Blogging and blog hosting

Siteground – It’s one of the best hosting site providers and I happily use it along years for all my websites. Just 5 minutes and your WordPress blog will be up & running. Great Live Assistance.

NameSilo – Easy and cheap domain name registrar. I use it for all my websites. Very good assistance.

Aweber – Maybe the leader about the email marketing. I use it for the funnel of all my websites.



Programmare con C# (Antonio Pelleriti) – It’s an italian book about C#. The author covers all the aspects of this language, from base to advanced level. If you are italian, that’s the definitive C# book.

Syncfusion ebooks – Developers have little time, and so much skills to learn. So these ebooks are the solution for this problem: the essence of the topic concentrated in around 100 pages. Amazing!


Crush It (Gary Vaynerchuk) – this book sends out energy, and what an energy! Gary Vaynerchuk gives us the importance of the work,  and I can’t help but agree.

The 4 Hour Workweek (Tim Ferriss) – Ferriss is the master of process automation and delegation. The new rich concept is enlighting.

The E-Myth Revisited (Michael E. Gerber) – This is the book every entrepreneur should read before start his own business. To be good to make cakes != To start a pastry shop business.

The Lean Startup (Eric Ries) – The smart way of doing business. Build a Minimum Viable Product, and fail fast to learn quickly

Personal Finance

Rich Dad, Poor Dad (Robert T. Kiyosaki) – The fundamentals about cashflow and money management. The author talks about the opposite view that rich and poor people have about the money.

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind (T. Harv Eker) – This book is about the wealth mindset of the rich people. After you’ll read it, your money vision will never be the same.

Richest Man In Babylon (George S Clason) – Pay yourself first is the best teaching I got into this book. Although set in ancient Babylon, the book is very topical to the issues of today. Many lessons on money management.

Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill) – Napoleon Hill spent more than 20 years interviewing successful people of his time, and in this book he put together all their winning habits.



How to Win Friends & Influence People (Dale Carnegie) – Tips to help you to relate better with people and to create interpersonal relationships with good quality.

Unlimited Power (Anthony Robbins) – Tony Robbins is the undisputed number one trainer in the world, and this work is undoubtedly the bible of personal growth manuals.
To implement any advice it would take a life, but fortunately you can just apply a few points to get great improvements yet.
To read, sooner or later,  in life.

The Four Agreements (Don Miguel Ruiz) – Small and few rules, which if put into practice, every day, we would be at peace with ourselves and with others, and would be a much better world.


Getting Things Done (David Allen) – The Getting Things Done method helps me every day to organize my todo lists for work, my private tasks, my side projects and my websites.
Ever since I learned it, I have not given up it. Learn it too!

Making It All Work (David Allen) – integrative strategy for the Getting Things Done method, to have a short, medium and long-term vision of your projects. Very interesting.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Stephen R. Covey) – The author explains important concepts in an easy way. The most helpful stuff I used in my job are the proactivity and win-win ideas.