Curiosity is the instinct that prompts us to act, so a book about curiosity should tell us how to act. This is the first to do so with its 12 rules for life.
Tobacco stocks are like the movie "Indecent Proposal": A million dollars to do something that some, perhaps even you, find morally objectionable. Worth it? As Redford's character says: "Think of it. A lifetime of security... for one night."
"Best Cocktail Recipes" is subjective of course; for instance, this list doesn't include "Sex on the Beach" or "Sex in the Jungle" because we're trying to act somewhat mature. (But we do include a link to "Dirty, Sexual Cocktails" from Pinterest, just in case you need it.)
A true story: Sigmund Freud's nephew fought discrimination against women by their husbands in 1929; he organized an Easter Sunday protest to force husbands to allow women to smoke. His protest went viral overnight, and soon women could smoke just about any damn place they wanted.
Willink’s book, “Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win,” offers readers training to take absolute ownership (or “Extreme Ownership,” as he calls it) of their lives—meaning they cast no blame and make no excuses as leaders of a team on a mission.