Tanya Syed The best way to predict the future is to create it.
The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul, by Douglas Adams:
This book is a gift from a great friend, who always supports me and makes me smile when times get tough. He knew that I loved the Hitchhiker’s Trilogy and wanted to surprise me with some new books. I received this book (and another one) by mail a few months ago, but started reading it properly only a few weeks ago. Adams has always had a querky way of describing life that is relatable and thought-provoking. I can say the same thing about my friend.
The Four-Hour Workweek, by Timothy Ferriss:
I am not convinced that this will be the miracle remedy that everyone in the media builds it up to be. My boss at Hjärna.Hjärta.Cash is the only one so far in my immediate proximity that has openly warned people about forgetting their critical thinking with regards to the Four-Hour Workweek. Although I will be intentionally skeptical, I would be more than glad if this book proved me wrong about my hesitation.