Summaries, Notes, and Reviews from Books I’ve Read
Most of the important things I’ve learned have come from books, articles, speeches, and other media.
This page shares a full list of book summaries I have compiled during my reading.
If a particular book sounds interesting to you, click on the full book summary and you can browse all of my notes on it.
The notes and summaries are meant to be concise, reminding me of high-level concepts and not trying to recreate the whole book. You can use them to remind yourself of something you read or to decide on something new to read.
These book summaries are not organized by category, so you might find a self-help book followed by a business book followed by a psychology book. If you would like to browse my book suggestions for a particular category, then check out my reading list instead.
Book Summaries by Title
This is a complete list of my book summaries in no particular order.
Steal Like an Artist
The Book in Three Sentences: Kleon says there is nothing new under the sun, and your creative work isn’t new or unique either, and that’s a good thing. It means you can learn from those who have come before you, those you respect, and choose how you then want to express your own creative ideas. It’s practical and refreshing take on the life of a creator.
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