The Reading Project

It started in 2017. Read 1 book per month.

I ended up reading 23 and a half. The most I’ve read in my entire life. By a mile!

When I document what I’ve read, it has a huge impact on my output. So, the reading project!

PS- Only real paper books for me. I love books weaved into aesthetic and design. Just looking at a book can remind me of lessons learned from it.

PPS- Twins girls Jan 2018 slowed me down but I’m still going!

2019

Sapiens- Yuval Noah Harari

Atomic Habits– James Clear

The Happiness Advantage– Shawn Achor

The Last Lecture– Randy Pausch

2018

Tribe of Mentors- Tim Ferries

Thinking Fast, and Slow- Daniel Kahneman

Insight- Tasha Eurich

Tipping Point– Malcolm Gladwell

Predictable Revenue– Aaron Ross

The Science of Selling– David Hoffeld

2017

Tools of Titans– Tim Ferris

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck– Mark Manson

Rich Dad, Poor Dad- Robert T. Kiyosaki

Liar’s Poker- Michael Lewis

The War of Art– Steven Pressfield

More Than Cashflow– Julie Broad

The Lean Startup– Eric Ries

Shoe Dog- Phil Knight

Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons- Ben Hogan

Things a little bird told me- Biz Stone

How will you measure your life- Clayton Christensen

The Checklist Manifesto- Atul Gawande

Originals– Adam Grant

Predictive Analytics– Eric Siegel

Zero to One– Peter Thiel

Storytelling with data– Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic

The $100 Startup– Chris Guillebeau

Grit– Angela Duckworth

The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho

Crossing the Chasm- Geoffrey A. Moore

The Challenger Sale– Matthew Dixon & Brent Adamson

Pitch Anything– Oren Klaff

The New Father– Armin Brott

2016

Outliers- Malcolm Gladwell

Start with Why- Simon Sinek

Give and Take- Adam Grant