2020 Reading Archive

Top 10 books that were new to me in 2020

  1. The choice by Edith Eger
  2. Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
  3. Norwegian wood by Haruki Murakami
  4. The midnight library by Matt Haig
  5. The coddling of the American mind by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt
  6. Big fish by Daniel Wallace
  7. Lives of the stoics by Ryan Holiday
  8. Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey
  9. Humankind by Rutger Bregman
  10. Leadership in turbulent times by Doris Kearns Goodwin

What I read in 2020

  1. Daring greatly by Brené Brown
  2. How to think about God by Cicero
  3. Man’s search for meaning by Viktor E. Frankl [/r]
  4. Rising strong by Brené Brown
  5. The coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier [/r]
  6. Stillness is the key by Ryan Holiday [/r]
  7. The obstacle is the way by Ryan Holiday [/r]
  8. The choice by Edith Eger
  9. Sales management simplified by Mike Weinberg
  10. Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
  11. How to be a leader by Plutarch
  12. Lessons in stoicism by John Sellars
  13. Reasons to stay alive by Matt Haig [/r]
  14. Notes on a nervous planet by Matt Haig [/r]
  15. Waiting for sunrise by William Boyd
  16. Atomic Habits by James Clear [/r]
  17. White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
  18. The Accidental Universe by Alan Lightman
  19. The Second Mountain by David Brooks
  20. The Road to Character by David Brooks
  21. The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge [/r]
  22. The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer
  23. Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath
  24. Secrets of closing the sale by Zig Ziglar
  25. Norwegian wood by Haruki Murakami
  26. The midnight library by Matt Haig
  27. The challenger sale by Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson
  28. The coddling of the American mind by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt
  29. The bullet journal method by Ryder Carroll [/r]
  30. The art of exceptional living by Jim Rohn [/r]
  31. When awareness becomes natural by Sayadaw U. Tejaniya
  32. Six thinking hats by Edward de Bono
  33. Big fish by Daniel Wallace
  34. A guide to the good life by William B. Irvine
  35. Lives of the stoics by Ryan Holiday
  36. The leadership gap by Lolly Daskal
  37. No more champagne by David Lough
  38. How to be a friend by Marcus Tullius Cicero [/r]
  39. A life on our planet by David Attenborough
  40. The family board meeting by Jim Sheils [/r]
  41. The gift by Edith Eger
  42. No rules rules by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer
  43. Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey
  44. Is this anything by Jerry Seinfeld
  45. Yes to life by Viktor E. Frankl
  46. The fearless organisation by Amy C. Edmondson
  47. Lowborn by Kerry Hudson
  48. In praise of wasting time by Alan Lightman [/r]
  49. Humankind by Rutger Bregman
  50. Wolfpack by Abby Wambach
  51. Dare to lead by Brené Brown [/r]
  52. The little prince by Antoine de Saint
  53. Einstein’s dreams by Alan Lightman [/r]
  54. Blue ocean strategy by W. Chan Kim
  55. Letter from a stoic by Seneca [/r]
  56. The war of art by Steven Pressfield [r/]
  57. Leadership in turbulent times by Doris Kearns Goodwin
  58. The four agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz [/r]
  59. Ego is the enemy by Ryan Holiday [/r]

What I re-read in 2020

  1. The war of art by Steven Pressfield [/r]
  2. Einstein’s Dreams by Alan Lightman [/r]
  3. The four agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz [/r]
  4. Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday [/r]
  5. The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday [/r]
  6. Stillness is the key by Ryan Holiday [/r]
  7. Man’s search for meaning by Viktor E. Frankl [/r]
  8. Dare to lead by Brené Brown [/r]
  9. In praise of wasting time by Alan Lightman [/r]
  10. The family board meeting by Jim Sheils [/r]
  11. How to be a friend by Marcus Tullius Cicero [/r]
  12. The bullet journal method by Ryder Carroll [/r]
  13. The art of exceptional living by Jim Rohn [/r]
  14. The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge [/r]
  15. Reasons to stay alive by Matt Haig [/r]
  16. Notes on a nervous planet by Matt Haig [/r]
  17. The coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier [/r]
  18. Atomic Habits by James Clear [/r]