Read (and Think) Like Bill Gates With His 5 Summer Book Picks

Every year the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist shares a summer reading list on his blog. For admirers hoping to emulate even a fraction of the man’s success, Gates’ book recommendations offer a window into what he’s been thinking about, if not the secret to becoming a billionaire.

5 Books and Stories Jason Feifer Says You Need to Read in May

Here are five awesome reading recommendations from Entrepreneur Magazine's editor-in-chief.

The 5 Books Billionaire Bill Gates Recommends for Summer Reading

The Microsoft co-founder's 2018 picks 'wrestle with big questions.'

The Handmaid’s Tale Author Reminds You That You’ll Never Please Everyone, and That’s OK

Margaret Atwood put off writing "The Handmaid’s Tale" because "it seemed like such a far-fetched idea and likely to get me in trouble. Some people wouldn’t love it." Though it’s rare to write a book as influential and controversial as Atwood did, that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from her decision.

How Sexism Has (and Hasn’t) Changed Since 1995, According to Cosmo’s Former Editor-in-Chief

Kate White wrote "Why Good Girls Don’t Get Ahead But Gutsy Girls Do: 9 Secrets Every Working Woman Must Know" in 1995. She published a new version, "The Gutsy Girl Handbook: Your Manifesto for Success," in 2018. Sexism hasn't disappeared from the office, but it's changed, and so has White's advice.

I Published a Book 5 Years Ago and I’m Still Getting Paid. Here’s How to Take Your Book From an Idea to a Source of Passive Income.

Jeff Rose lays out his personal learning curve with the book publishing world.

The Recap Shelf: “How to Win Friends and Influence People”

Here’s the deal: The Muse is reading some classic and influential career books for you. We’ll pull out some of the highlights so you can put the advice into action right away and help you pick which titles to read in full. First up is Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People."

You Can Read and Eat Great Food at This Chicago Culinary Bookstore

Esther Dairiam originally just wanted to run a normal bookstore. Here's why she didn't.

You Can Read and Eat Great Food at This Chicago Culinary Bookstore

Esther Dairiam originally just wanted to run a normal bookstore. Here's why she didn't.

13 Superstitions of Extraordinary People

Check out these rituals from the new book 'Recipes for Good Luck.'