We see red hot books constantly on social media.
I should know, since I’m constantly seeing posts about the books below. Jason Feifer is an editor and podcaster who has taken over my LinkedIn feed. You can also check out Twitter. I’ve seen chatterA book called Give upTim Keller, and another on the birth YouTube.
If you’re a fan of these authors and have read (or plan to read) these titles, join the discussion online or on my Twitter feed.
1. The Chaos Machine: How Social Media has Rewired Our Worlds and Our Minds
Scientists can provide insight into the social media phenomenon, including our addictive tendencies. Max Fisher, an author, delves deep into the mechanics of social media and the algorithms that govern what you post, who views your thoughts, and why.
2. Create for Tomorrow: Your Action Plan for Empowering Change, Adapting Fast and Future-Proofing Your Work Career
Jason Feifer, a podcast host and magazine editor is Jason Feifer. With great insight, this book covers the difficulties of starting a business and how to overcome them. His examples of once taboo subjects (like reading books) that have become increasingly popular are a delight to me. (Personal Disclosure: Feifer used to be an editor for mine. We still communicate by email on occasion, and he also endorsed my book.
3. Forgiveness: What Should I Do and How Can You?
The book is valuable for all walks and levels of society. Keller, an author and pastor of repute, will ignite discussion and inspire action. The bottom line is that forgiveness takes hard work. For a complete column, stay tuned.
4. Spark: From child prodigies to late bloomers, how genius ignites
The anthology is a great page turner. This author profiled luminaries such as Sara Blakely or Bill Gates and decoded their genius and how they tick. Gates was particularly insightful in the stories he told during his childhood.
5. Born to Be Handled: The Epic Story Of the Gentlemen Pirates That Raided South Seas, Saved a Princess and Stole a Fortune
The book is worth reading The Born to Be HungeredKeith Thomson makes it seem like you’re on an island, storming beaches and looting villages. These pirate tales are brought to life by the author, down to the ales they consumed and the turbulent seas they traversed.
6. YouTube’s Chaotic Rise To World Domination: Like, Comment and Subscribe
My favorite nonfiction genre is the birth stories for famous tech companies such as Google and Facebook. This time, it’s YouTube.com in all of its sordid and alluring detail. The inside baseball conversations between the top executives, viral videos moments that helped grow the platform and all the rest are my favorite.
7. American Demon Eliot Ness and the Hunt For America’s Jack the Ripper
Keep reading to enjoy the ride American Demon. It’s told in a way that places you right on the scene, describing the ghastly horrors of Jack the Ripper while also recounting how crime fighter Eliot Ness started piecing the investigation together, one puzzle piece at a time.