Tribe Of Mentors is a book written by Tim Ferriss. In it are short interviews with amazing people who are creative, smart, personable, focused or humorous. I recommend that you go out and buy this book. It’s one of those books that you keep around as a reference manual. One of the questions that Tim asks is “What purchase of $100 or less has most positively impacted your life in the last 6 months (or in recent memory)?” This page highlights the products or things that were mentioned in the book. To purchase at Amazon, just click here. Tim also asks what book people give the most as gifts. It’s one thing to recommend a book. It’s another thing to buy it and give it to someone. Some of those books mentioned are listed here as well. Enjoy.
Book: You Are Not So Smart – Terry Crews (pg. 19), the actor (the crazy original Old Spice commercials, and the Golden Globe Award-winning Fox sitcom “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” to name just a couple of things he’s done) recommends this book. To find out more about this book (it looks pretty interesting), just click here .
Samin is a teacher, writer and a chef. She writes “No matter how much I travel, how many hands I shake, or how exhausted I am, I don’t get sick as long as I take the supplement diligently.” To find out more about this supplement, click here.
Brain.fm – Turia Pitt (pg.167) has a pretty interesting resume: model, fitness junkie, mining engineer, burn victim (3rd degree burns over 64% of her body), completed Ironman World Championship (Kona, Hawaii) after being burned, author, and TEDx speaker “Unmask Your Potential “. She recommends the music app “Brain.fm“. She says “Really helps me to focus on my work. I use it every day.”
Sarah Elizabeth Lewis – (pg. 336) is a professor of history of art and architecture at Harvard University. She writes “I’m a sucker for a good, plain, no-lined notebook from Moleskine.”
Brian Koppelman (pg.328) is the co-creator of the hit tv show Billions. He’s written a lot of things, mainly scripts for movies. When asked about books that he gives as gifts, he mentions Haruki Murakami’s book “What I Talk About When I Talk About Running”. Brian says “Although the writer is writing about his running life….what he’s really talking about is how to strip away everything that you don’t need to achieve your purpose. It’s a rigorous, inspiring book that challenges the reader to step up.” Get more info about the book here.