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乔布斯最爱的几本书

作者:www.ruishiye.com  时间:2018-07-04

 
     
      "Atlas1 Shrugged2" by Ayn RandAyn Rand's novel, about the triumph of the individual over the tyranny of the collective, has sparked heated conversations and thoughtful dialogue for decades. Some of the celebrities3 characters ."Moby Dick" by Herman MelvilleMelville is a talented author whose masterpiece remains4 the story about an 5 whale, and its mad pursuer, Captain Ahab.The narrator is not the only character with an exotic Biblical name , and there are as many themes to be had as fish in the sea. Moby Dick is a strangely destructive whale, who seems to take delight in capsizing and destroying the life of whaling vessels6.Captain Ahab's thirst for avenging7 his lost leg and ship prove to be his undoing8. He makes a strange figure, teetering about his own ship on a leg made from a whale's jawbone, and seeking the prophetic mutterings of a harpoon9 crew member for clues on Moby Dick's location. Reading between the lines of whale oil and prophecy lies a fascinating tale of the nature of good and evil - and madness."1984" OrwellWinston and Julia are a young couple who meet under oppressive circumstances - he's an editor at the Ministry10 of Truth and she operates machines. Their habits of running away together, and thinking against the Party in the far-off land of Oceania, are noticed by the Thought Police. Throughout, history has no meaning except what the leaders give to it. This is one of the best books to read on the nature of totalitarian regimes, it's fiction, it has a ring of truth."The Innovator's Dilemma11" by Clayton M. Christensen book list -;"Be here now" by Ram12 DassThis 13 guide to Yoga was made popular in the 1970's, and truly lives up to its name. From psychedelic experimentation14, to the path of inner discipline, Ram Dass explains why living in the present moment is an all-powerful spiritual concept. Steve Jobs thought it a profound work."Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind" by Shunryu SuzukiHorse aficionados15 may be surprised that the Zen mind begins with types of horses and how they respond to the requests of the rider. The paradoxes16 of growth and appreciation17, struggle and enlightenment, situation 18 being, are scattered19 throughout this 1970's classic. Not surprisingly, Steve Jobs added Suzuki's work to his favorites list, along with Be Here Now."The Autobiography20 of Yogi" by Paramahansa Yogananda to Elvis Presley's former spiritual advisor21, Larry Geller, it apparently22 of the King of Swing. The author shows an appreciation for the Western mind's demand for verifiable detail, while offering insights from a long line of Hindu yogis practicing mindfulness for many centuries. One of the most on the subject of God's providence23 - a long trip would have to be made without provision for food and without dependence24 on begging."Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism25" by Chogyam TrungpaChogyam Trungpa's groundbreaking work on the dangers of spiritual materialism was presented originally in Colorado, as a series of short talks in the 1970's. Years later, the material was striking enough for Steve Jobs to add it to his extensive reading list. Calling the process of the spiritual walk a "subtle process", Trungpa outlines Buddhist26 philosophy and explains how spiritual growth is related to suffering,, and the discovery of enlightenment beyond the tyranny of the ego27."Only the Paranoid Survive" by Andrew S. Grove28 to the Wall Street Journal, this book is one of coach Jim Harbaugh's favorite manuals for his football team, the San Francisco 49ers. As CEO, Grove steered29 chips that control our digital world, qualifying him to speak about the necessity of adaptation to instant corporate30 change. The milestones31 of change contain an instructive pattern, some of Intel's challenges expansion: debate, anticipation

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