February 11, 2021




Both successful entrepreneurs and chess grandmasters have the vision to look at the pieces in front of them and anticipate their next five moves. In this book, Patrick Bet-David translates this skill into a valuable methodology that applies to high performers at all levels of business.

Whether you feel like you’ve hit a wall, lost your fire, or are looking for innovative strategies to take your business to the next level, Your Next Five Moves has the answers.

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This book is for those who have a desire to achieve greatness and are ready to take the steps to turn that desire into a reality. At one point or another in this book, you will experience several different reactions – excitement, curiosity, joy, laughter, or even tears – but the ultimate goal is to encourage and challenge you to make a decision to do the impossible. That may have a totally different meaning to you than it did to Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, or any of the other role models we will look at; but whatever Doing the Impossible means to you, the goal of this book is to help you realize that you have the capacity to do what the critics think is impossible. Doing the Impossible is a roadmap for those who want to do something big with their lives. The book goes over 25 steps that the reader should take to re-create themselves, identify their cause, and make history. Patrick Bet-David shares his own impossible crusade and gives key principles for anyone looking to do the same


Education is broken and most graduates are broke. The purpose of this book is to start an important dialogue about college education. I will make the case for why I believe 70% of college students should drop out. The concept of giving our trust to the educational system without accountability has not worked. I believe it’s time to ask serious questions: Why do we go to college in the first place? – Who should go to college and who shouldn’t? – Can I succeed and do great things without college? – Why do tuition and textbooks cost as much as they do? – Have colleges simply become a big business (with tax-free status)? – Are the subjects taught in college sufficient for life or do we need an upgrade? Let me clarify something: this is NOT a book that declares that higher education is a terrible thing. Many professions require it, but I believe education can and does take place in many forms.


#1 Blue Ocean Strategy

#2 Principles

#3 The Five Temptations of a CEO

#4 Build to Sell

#5 Competitive Strategy

#6 Multipliers

#7 Only the Paranoid Survive

#8 Positioning: The Battle of your Mind

#9 The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

#17 The Lean Startup

#11 The One Thing

#12 Mastery

#13 12 Rules for Life

#14 Mastering Rockefeller Habits

#15 The 33 Strategies of War

#16 Meditations

#17 Sam Walton Made in America

#18 Essential Drucker

#19 Tribal Leadership

#20 Trillion Dollar Coach

#21 Zero to One

#22 The Power of Ethical Management

#23 Made to Stick

#24 The Art of War

#25 The Founder's Dilemmas

#26 Innovation and Entrepreneurship

#27 The Accidental Millionaire

#28 Built to Last

#29 Traction

#30 Up the Organization

#31 Business Model Generation

#32 Growing Pains

#33 High Output Management

#34 Rich Dad Poor Dad

#35 The Art of the Deal

#36 The Hard Thing About Hard Things

#37 The Hypomanic Edge

#38 The Laws of Success

#39 The E-Myth

#40 Originals

#41 Poor Charlie's Almanack

#42 Decisive

#43 Ego is the Enemy

#44 Elon Musk

#45 Lincoln on Leadership

#46 Michael Jordan: The Life

#47 The CEO Next Door

#48 Power vs. Force

#49 The 48 Laws of Power

#50 I Love Capitalism!

#51 Barbarians to Bureaucrats

#52 How to Win Friends and Influence People