Carl Richards, The Behavior Gap, Portfolio/Penguin, 2012
Yes, this book is about money, but it is really about psychology. When it comes to money, people are notoriously bad in their decision-making. We do things we should know are illogical (i.e. becoming interested in stocks when they become expensive and then selling off when they become cheap). The media knows this and claims to know more about what is happening in the markets because they profit from it. The advice is worth reading because it tells you to ignore all the pundits and so-called experts and stick to your plan once you figure out your financial/life goals.