Here are a few of the books I enjoyed and recommend wholeheartedly.

steve jobs by walter isaacson

"Steve Jobs" is well-written and engaging, drawing on extensive research and interviews with Jobs' family, friends, and colleagues to create a detailed and nuanced portrait of the man behind Apple. Isaacson does an excellent job of capturing Jobs' personality, both the good and the bad, and presents a balanced and honest portrayal of his life and work. The book is full of interesting anecdotes and behind-the-scenes stories of Apple's most iconic products, making it a compelling read for anyone interested in technology or entrepreneurship. 

Losing my virginity by richard branson

"Losing My Virginity" by Richard Branson is an engaging autobiography that provides an insightful and candid look into the life of one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our time. Branson takes readers on a journey from his early days as a struggling student to the founding and growth of his multi-billion-dollar Virgin Group. Along the way, he shares his triumphs and failures, his personal struggles, and his unorthodox approach to business. The book is full of colorful stories, witty anecdotes, and valuable lessons for anyone interested in entrepreneurship or leadership. Branson's writing style is engaging and humorous, making for an enjoyable and easy read. Overall, "Losing My Virginity" is a must-read for anyone looking for inspiration, insight, or just a good story. 

The 4-hour work week    by timothy ferriss

"The 4-Hour Work Week" by Timothy Ferriss is a motivational book that challenges traditional work and productivity models, advocating for a lifestyle of remote work, outsourcing, and passive income. The book provides practical tips and strategies for achieving this lifestyle, as well as emphasizing the importance of pursuing one's passions and interests outside of work. It's a must-read for anyone looking to achieve a more balanced and fulfilling life.