Audible is an Amazon owned company specializing in high-quality audiobooks, if you don’t already know. And, we can give you two free audiobooks by using this link.
Audible is a subscription service. You pay $15 a month to get one credit a month that can be redeemed for any audiobook. It’s a good deal for a membership service and audiobooks are a great value.
You can read anywhere with audiobooks.
You can listen to audiobooks while you work. Sitting at a desk, in a dreary cube that clearly resembles a part-time jail cell, you don’t have to suffer. You can grow.
A job isn’t the only place to listen to an audiobook. The gym, while on the train to work, commuting in your car, listening to audiobooks is found time so you can learn anywhere.
The Audible High-Five Sale
Audible is having a sale and select audiobooks are $5–a steep discount than retail price as many long, greater than 24 hours of content audiobooks can cost upwards of $40.
The Sale ends March 31st.
If you sign up for audible using our link, you’ll get two free books and eligibility to load-up on audiobooks with the $5 sale ending soon.
We listed the best books to pick up in the sale below. Removed are the nonsense, fake guru, empty self help titles that preach about secrets & empty you-can-do-it masturbatory feel-good trash.
The sale is only available to members.
Recommended books from the Audible sale ending 03/31/2019
The Great Courses presents in lecture format, fails from wars & battles and what we can learn from them.
Masters of War covers the strategy of various military commanders from Napoleon, all the way to present day leaders and strategists. Even if you aren’t a warrior, these great thinkers will improve your critical thinking.
A war story from World War two in the pacific. Tom Hanks reads the opening and the narrator after him delivers this gruesome story in a memorable, yet saddening way.
On Combat investigates what humans go through when at war. Lt. Col. David Grossman wrote the book, and it is a required reading for many in the armed forces. On Combat is another level special due to Grossman himself narrating his work.
1491 is an epic study challenging what was previously understood about Columbus and the discovery of America, including the notion that more people lived in America than Europe at the time.
Dead Wake is the story of a passenger boat traveling through a war-declared ocean zone, full of women and children. The captain believing they were safe because “gentlemen don’t conduct war with civilians.” He was wrong.
The Right Stuff by Tom Wolf is a classic piece of journalism which explains how Americans first got to space and the challenges they faced in doing so.
43 hours of American history, for $5 presented by three different professors. it’s worth it.
This audiobook may be a bit dry; unless you like finance. Learning about economics from previous societies will interest the numbers man.
The Creature from Jekyll Island is a must read. One of the best entries from the list. The book covers what the Federal Reserve actually is, and how it disguises it’self.
Never Split the Difference is a book on negotiating when your life depends on it, from former FBI negotiator, Chris Voss. A negotiation book in audiobook form is an improved medium compared to text format.
Philosophy & Self Improvement
A guide to the good life is a guidebook on how to live as a stoic, presented for the modern man. The narrator has a voice that matches the topic–stoic.
How Josh Waiitzkin, the chess prodigy who won the national chess championship at the age of nine, learns. Written by Josh himself. He is also a BJJ blackbelt.
The Obstacle is the Way, is written by Ryan Holiday, former apprentice to Robert Green and author of numerous other books in the business sector. He become enthralled with Stoicism and now milks it because Stoicism became popularized by Tim Ferriss. What he doesn’t understand, is the true nature of the stoics–aggressive but fair masculine virtue–as opposed to a gentle framework for tech-nerds to discuss over chai tea.
The Science of energy is a lecture course without politics, unraveling the truth behind different energy sources, what makes them great, and what makes them disastrous.
Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
A Brief History of tomorrow by Yuval Noah Harari is the follow up to his wildly popular book Sapiens. A Brief History of tomorrow attempts to determine what the future will be for humanity.