RSD BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
“I think it is insane that most people don’t read books… people don’t believe that millions of dollars of wisdom could be contained in a $12 softcover book. You’re fucking wrong. People who have been through a lifetime of struggle and lessons offer the very best pearls of what they learned and will sit down for a year or two with other writers to help them to jot that down so that in a week, you can learn what they learned.” – RSD Tyler in “The Truth About Success 2 — Execution, Learning From Failure, Not Being A Lazy Slug”
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Way of the Superior Man by David Deida
If RSD were a religion, this would be its Bible. This is a pillar self-development roadmap for any man looking to discover his purpose and how to fulfill it. Deida has a unique ability to ground seemingly "woo-woo" concepts in practicality. He first connects with you and your need to become the man you've always wanted to be, then he gives you the strategy on how you can DO IT.
Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday
A complete mindfuck of a book that will make you question every thought you have ever had and every motivation you thought was authentic. A must-read for anyone looking to clear their mind of social conditioning and strip away the unimportant. Chapter by chapter, this book systematically removes your bullshit belief systems and twisted thought processes. Essentially, Holiday is going to perform an exorcism of your EGO.
Influence by Robert Cialdini
An absolute masterpiece that dissects HOW influential people work their magic. Cialdini breaks down influence into its six most powerful components and dissects each concept by first laying the psychological groundwork and then hammering the lesson home with real-world case studies (gained from his first-hand experience shadowing high producing salesmen, realtors, waiters, and others influence professionals.)