99% of good decision-making is knowing what is worth your time and focusing on that. And usually, what’s worth your time is less than 5% of all the things you are occupied by. Fix your goal & anything that doesn’t contribute to that goal long-term probably isn’t worth your time.
In my experience, the best business books are domain-specific.
(e.g. books on copywriting, email marketing, etc)
They're usually written by business builders and not by professional authors.
They don't have fancy titles, sexy covers, and they don't make the bestseller lists.
Interesting how I read both books growing up, and didn’t realize till today that both were written by the same author. Those times when I just read for reading sakes, without even caring who wrote the book. Fun times.