The Intellectual Toolkit of Geniuses: 40 Principles that Will Make You Smarter and Teach You to Think Like a Genius by I. C. Robledo
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, November 2, 2017
This book teaches you the intellectual principles that geniuses like Einstein, Darwin, and da Vinci established in their prime.
Solve It!: The Mindset and Tools of Smart Problem Solvers by Dietmar Sternad
econcise, November 15, 2021
Solve It! teaches you the background of problem solving, contains tips from problem solving experts, and teaches you the five-step approach to solving even the most complex problems.
Critical Thinking & Logic Mastery – 3 Books In 1: How To Make Smarter Decisions, Conquer Logical Fallacies And Sharpen Your Thinking by Thinknetic
Independently published, January 6, 2022
This all-encompassing guide is a wealth of knowledge that teaches you to harness your critical thinking and reasoning powers.
A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking
Bantam; 10th Anniversary edition, September 1, 1998
Written in an easy-to-digest format, the remarkable Stephen Hawking explains some of the most profound facts about the universe.
Do One Thing Every Day That Makes You Smarter by Robie Rogge and Dian G. Smith
Clarkson Potter, August 3, 2021
Fun and accessible, this book provides journal prompts and activities to stretch your learning muscles.
Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know by Adam Grant
Viking, February 2, 2021
Think Again challenges you to question what you know and never stop learning.
Think Like a Rocket Scientist: Simple Strategies You Can Use to Make Giant Leaps in Work and Life by Ozan Varol
PublicAffairs, April 14, 2020
Think Like a Rocket Scientist teaches you the tactics that rocket scientists use to think outside the box and shows how you can use those tactics in your everyday life.
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson
Crown; 1st edition, May 6, 2003
A Short History of Nearly Everything aims to provide answers to many of the common questions about the universe and life itself.