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Sivers' book(s) have been on my list for awhile now, and you've officially summoned me to read them!

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Dec 9, 2022·edited Dec 9, 2022Author

Woot! I bought all four hardcovers a while back but have only ready HYON so far. Excited to move on to the others soon.

P.S. I got an email from Sivers where he shared a link to buy all four paperbacks at a special discount, if that's of interest: https://sivers.com/m/9

P.P.S. If you end up reading the others and wanna chat about them / share notes, let me know!

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Thank you, just ordered!

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🙌🏽 Enjoy!

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I currently have hell yeah or no but not started yet. I’d definitely check out some of these books. Thanks for sharing, Salman.

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I, too, had the book for a while before I finally got around to it. I think you'll love it!

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I love reading, but I don't like buying books. Luckily my local library is great at stocking good books! However, like you, I do have a hard copy of Derek Siver's Hell Yeah Or No as well as How to Live. The linen bound book feels so nice. I'm going to check on Annie Dillard's book. Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks Laila! I really love Sivers book print editions! In fact I am going to work with the producer of his books to help with publishing my own 😀

Also, I totally get it re: not wanting to but books. I use the libraries a ton for digital books, but I have a hard time borrowing physical books and finishing in time for the return 😅 That said, I’ve been buying a lot more used books lately, which has been nice (several on the list came used.) Especially for books like Zen Inklings, and the many fable and folklore books I read, which are no longer in print.

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Looking forward to when yours comes out!

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