Michael Weiss - Entrepreneur

Here’s a list of the books, blogs/articles, case studies, podcasts and news I enjoy reading, listening and watching. I will add to this list frequently and send out an email each time I update it.

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Books:

Leadership/Self-Development

  1. The 48 Laws of Power – Robert Greene

  2. Never Eat Alone – Keith Ferrazzi 

  3. How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age – Dale Carnegie

  4. Strengths Finder 2.0 – Tom Rath

  5. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey

  6. Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill

  7. Crucial Conversations for Talking When Stakes Are High - Kerry Patterson

Economy / Markets / Investing

  1. Beating the Street – Peter Lynch

  2. Freakonomics – Levit & Dubner

  3. Naked Economics – Charles Wheelan

  4. The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham

  5. Option Volatility & Pricing: Advanced Trading Strategies and Techniques - Sheldon Natenburg

Business Creation

  1. Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits – Greg Crabtree

  2. Hitting the Curveballs – Jay Myers

Human Mind and Body

  1. Thinking, Fast & Slow – Daniel Kahneman 

  2. Peak Performance – Stulberg & Magness

  3. Born to Run – Christopher McDougall 

 

Recent Blogs & Articles:

  1. Going Public Circa 2020; Door 3: The SPAC

  2. 100 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Us After College And Before I Entered The Real World

Case Studies & Working Papers:

  1. Houlihan Lokey – Buying and Selling the Troubled Company

  2. Gamma and Convexity

 

Podcasts & Newsletters:

  1. Freakonomics Radio – Stephen Dubner

  2. Money Stuff with Bloomberg's Matt Levine

  3. Bloomberg Surveillance

  4. Bloomberg Masters in Business

  5. Mad Money –  Jim Cramer is on every weeknight at 6pm on CNBC 

  6. Real AF  - Andy Frisella (check out his “75 Hard” challenge)

 

News Outlets:

  1. Bloomberg or WSJ are my favorites

  2. Financial Times 

  3. CNBC

  4. Fortune Magazine

  5. Litquidity's ExecSum Newsletter is pithy and entertaining