Tools Of Titans by Tim Ferriss: A book review for EHS professionals

I was a slow learner. In my first few decades of life, I felt I should learn by my own experience, rather than by the wisdom and experiences of others. I’d be a fool to think this tendency is fully resolved.

For EHS professionals who do learn from others, and those still trying, “Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers” by Tim Ferriss is a book like no other. At 673 pages, a full summary would take up more space than my self-imposed limit of 1,000 characters, so here are a few must-reads for safety pros (and why they’re important).

Brené Brown: pg 586. Vulnerability is key to changing behavior

How to Say “No”: pg 384. Because EHS can overwhelm if not structured

17 Questions that Changed My Life: pg 594. Great for an end-of-year review

James Altucher: pg 247. Idea generation techniques

Tony Robbins: pg 210. On morning “priming”

What’s your favorite part?

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