Resources

Over the years, I’ve received hundreds of e-mails asking for book and product recommendations. I thought it would be valuable to create a constantly updated page where I share the items that have helped me most. I hope they do the same for you, too.

Disclosure: Please note that the links below are affiliate links. I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase. But understand that I personally read and use all of these products. I would never recommend something that I wasn’t 100% satisfied with myself.


Table of Contents

Books

Fashion and Grooming

Health and Fitness

Web Entrepreneurship


Books

kinoKinowear Fashion Bible by Benoit Wotjenka & Geoffrey Bruyère: Everything you need to know about fashion and looking stylish. Read my full review here.
  • Daring Greatly by Dr. Brene Brown: The definitive book on vulnerability, overcoming shame, and learning to be genuinely confident. Her TED talk is amazing.
  • Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff by Dr. Richard Carlson: A practical how-to on managing the daily stresses of life.
  • How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie: The required read for developing your social skills in life.
  • The Charisma Myth by Olivia Fox Cabane: How to inspire and captivate people. She breaks down the science behind charismatic eye contact and strong body language. Tons of applicable exercises.
  • Intimate Communion by David Deida: A guide to embracing your sexuality as a man and taking charge. Teaches you to create powerful, mutually-fufilling sexual relationships.
  • No More Mr. Nice Guy by Dr. Robert Glover: A must read for overcoming nice guy syndrome. Learn to assert yourself, set your boundaries, and show your intentions.
  • The Art of Manliness by Brett and Kate McKay: A wide variety of skills that every man should learn in his life.
  • The Definitive Book of Body Language by Allan and Barbara Pease: A full break down of body language signals and what they mean.
  • The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz: Four simple rules for happiness in life.

Fashion and Grooming

Health and Fitness

Web Entrepreneurship

Many readers have asked me how to start their own web-based business. I recommend WordPress to build your site, especially if you’re not a developer. Below are the only three tools needed to get your page running.

  • Namecheap: Register your domain name. They’re cheap and have great customer support.
  • BlueHost: Get reliable web hosting. I’ve used them for 10 years and they have an intuitive control panel. A shared plan at $6-7 per month is all you need to begin.
  • StudioPress: Pick a gorgeous WordPress theme. They provide an easy to use framework to create professional looking websites.