I mostly dig into non fiction books, sometimes I choose based on Bill Gates notes site, Amazon, NYT Bestsellers or eye-catching ones I happen to find at Hispamer.
First try:

Shoe dogs refers to people who devoted themselves wholly to the making, selling, buying, or designing of shoes. Phil Knight doesn't appear to be the kind next door neighbor and makes that clear in his memoirs, but it is undeniable that he needed that mettle to skyrocketing his company to the top. Throughout the book you wonder the moment when Nike will go bankrupt at the peak of its sales. I was expecting to read references about the design creation processes and although there are well-written scenes of Bowerman's shoe sole design process, its in fact a story focused on the resilience of the company before going public.

Quote: “And those who urge entrepreneurs to never give up? Charlatans. Sometimes you have to give up. Sometimes knowing when to give up, when to try something else, is genius. Giving up doesn’t mean stopping. Don’t ever stop."

It's too late, I'll continue posting more recommendations tomorrow. Hope it is useful for someone who also enjoys books.
See you.