I recently realized that there are a few authors whom I read completely. If they write it — a book, a blog post, a tweet — I read it. I don’t necessarily agree with everything they write, but I certainly learn from it.
Here is my current list:
“…the New York Times Bestselling author of six books including his most recent Wall Street Journal #1 Bestseller, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done. For over 20 years he’s helped some of the biggest brands in the world tell their story…”
- Twitter: @JonAcuff
An American internet entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist. Co-founder of Salesforce.com, the world’s #1 CRM platform.
“Therapist, writer, TCK, formerly depressed missionary, mama bear & author of the memoir, As Soon As I Fell.” (And my wife’s cousin).
“I’m the author of Atomic Habits. I write about habits, decision making, and continuous improvement.”
- Twitter: @JamesClear
“I’ve been teaching, writing, and speaking about the Bible for over 20 years. I like to ask questions and I don’t like quick, safe answers to make the hard questions go away.”
- Twitter: @peteenns
- Twitter: @rachelheldevans
- Twitter: @BillGates
Founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. New York Times bestselling author.
- Twitter: @timkellernyc
“…a computer science professor who writes about the intersection of technology and society. [He’s] particularly interested in the impact of new technologies on our ability to perform productive work and lead satisfying lives.”
“…devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life.”
- Twitter: @farnamstreet
“Brain Pickings is my one-woman labor of love — a subjective lens on what matters in the world and why. Mostly, it’s a record of my own becoming as a person — intellectually, creatively, spiritually — and an inquiry into how to live and what it means to lead a good life.”
- Twitter: @brainpicker
“Flaneur: focus on probability (philosophy), probability (mathematics), probability (logic), probability (real life), deadlifts, Phoenician wine, dead languages.”
- Twitter: @nntaleb
I’m curious — who do you read completely? Let me know in the comments.