via Ricardo Siri

Yea, Lindy. From the term popularised in Taleb’s Antifragile.
That is how most of the folks I learn from, read.

Shane Parrish uses it as a guide to choose a book.
As do the readers of his blog at Farnam Street.

Vishal Khandelwal writes about it on his awesome blog.
And also uses it as a guide to reading for investors.

So these, are my Lindy books.
The ones I cherish and have read ragged and have gifted and own multiple formats of.
The ones I reread every, single, year.

  1. The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  2. The Song of the Bird, Anthony de Mello
  3. Meditations, Marcus Aurelius
  4. The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas
  5. Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder, Nassim Nicholas Taleb (one of the few books that changed my life … and made me fall in love with reading all over again)
  6. Atomic Habits, James Clear
  7. So Good They Can’t Ignore You, Cal Newport
  8. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World, Cal Newport
  9. The Great Mental Models (Vols I & II), Shane Parrish
  10. Bird by Bird, Anne Lamott
  11. Morgan’s Run, Colleen McCullough
  12. The Overstory, Richard Powers
  13. Brave Enough, Cheryl Strayed
  14. Discipline Equals Freedom, Jocko Willink