You’re also committed to living at your highest potential and going full-out in this precious hero’s journey of ours. I get that, too.
The challenge is that when you put the two together, it can be tough to do all the studying/learning/reading you’d like to do?
Wouldn’t it be cool if, over the next year, you could get through the Big Ideas of 50 of the best self-development books in less than fifteen minutes of reading/listening a week? I thought so, too.
PhilosophersNotes are the answer to a question that I’ve been asking myself a lot lately: How do I find the time to read all of the books that I want to read and still live a productive life?
Think of these six page gems as movie trailers in the world of inspiring books, except that all of them are going to grab you.
Not only because the books that Brian picks are the best of the best, but because of his amazing ability to extract the big ideas of each book and break them down into powerful, efficient, fun to read summaries.
The ability to instantly apply this wisdom to my life coupled with the knowledge that makes it easy for me to decide what book I want to dive deeper into next makes PhilosophersNotes a priceless resource in my life.
As well… “Big Ideas” are the gems Brian Johnson has pulled out of his favorite books, seminars, life lessons. They’ve got 624 of them in there! You can hit refresh and get a new random 5 or search by topic or teacher.