The Origins of Political Order and its sequel Political Order and Political Decay by Francis Fukuyama are two highly fascinating (if incredibly nerdy sounding) books that does a great job of synthesising how different political systems grow and evolve throughout history, including contributing influences on everything from agriculture, geography, religion, and more. For those who appreciate deep systemic thinking, this is a great book.
This Is Water is a commencement speech delivered by David Foster Wallace to a college of graduating liberal arts students at Kenyon College in 2005. I thought this was a great speech with a poignant story on self-awareness and critical thinking.
Another interesting article by Tiago Forte on concept of Building A Second Brain, which is the process of looking at how to approach knowledge management
Tiago Forte does a great job presenting a novel methodology for how we structure projects across multiple domains
Roam is my knowledge management platform. It's where I capture notes for books and articles that I've read, ideas and concepts, as well as where I draft all my articles and newsletters. Where as Evernote is like a librarian's approach to knowledge management, Roam is like a gardener's approach.
I use WebFlow for my personal website. It's a powerful platform that is basically the new WordPress, is better from an SEO perspective (for people who care about that) which is why I wanted to use this for my primary website. That said, it's somewhat more complex to use than something like SquareSpace or Wix, so buyer beware.
GetResponse is an all-in-one marketing funnel platform. Imagine combining SquareSpace, Unbounce, and ActiveCampaign into one account. It's my primary platform for managing all of my mailing lists, email and newsletter management, and landing page testing.