Do you read books? I do. Books are the closest thing I have to friends.

Join me in thoughtcrime. Read the books that helped me the most, categorized below for your convenience.

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Social Awareness

The Rational Male by Rollo Tomassi

Every man should read this book. This is the essential primer on male-female relationship dynamics.

The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

If you’re interested in moving up in the workplace, you need this book. Learn how to play the power game like the pros.

How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie’s book on communication has stood the test of time for a good reason. It’s still as poignant as ever, and it contains real-life applicable advice to transform the way we interact.


The Mystery Method

Mystery’s book outlining his method of seduction was one of the first books on modern pickup artistry. While some of his material seems old-hat now, his work laid the foundation for everything we know today about the game. This is worth checking out for the insight into how the original grandmaster of game set the evolution of the art in motion.

The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists

Neil Strauss tells of his experience learning the Game from Mystery and his cohorts. His story is as fascinating as it is entertaining.

Bang by Roosh V

Roosh V, the genius blogger behind Return of Kings, covers all the basics of picking up girls at clubs. There exists no better guide on night game than this one.


MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom

Tony Robbins is the most inspirational speaker I’ve heard. Many of his lectures are available on Youtube, and one such talk, Hour of Power, helped me fundamentally improve my daily routine. His book on personal finance is well worth the read if you can stomach the sheer length of it.

Rich Dad Poor Dad

This is the best examination of the differences between the way middle-class and rich people think. If you’re interested in personal finance, this book will entertain you with anecdotes of Robert Kiyosaki’s childhood while simultaneously teaching you how rich people separate themselves from the pack.


The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century

This book measurably improved my writing after reading only the first few chapters. Steven Pinker’s simple explanations of complex facets of writing are themselves beautiful examples of the prose he describes. I cannot recommend this book highly enough.


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