My Fav Books in 2020 (Business & Self-Improvement)

My goal was to read 100 books in 2020. I read 17. Yikes. For reference, I read 32 in 2018 and 42 in 2019, so this was pretty out of the norm for me.



It could have been the global pandemic, focusing on social media, or publishing a book that contributed to my failed 2020 goal. But in reality, it was one thing and one thing only-- I didn’t make reading a priority this year.


It’s tempting to chalk our failed goals up one excuse or another, making us feel better about not following through on what we set out to achieve. Even if those 'excuses' actually did happen, why bother wasting your time? Take responsibility. Figure out the real reason you didn’t achieve it, and here’s the most important part: MOVE ON.



Learn the lesson and set the next goal.



If reading is one of your priorities in 2021, this might help-- here are the 17 books I read arranged from favorite to least favorite. Don’t be deterred by their place on the list, they are all worth reading, as I don’t always recommend every book I read, as you can see in my 2018 and 2019 lists.



Top books I read in 2020 I Would recommend:


  1. The Day that Turns Your Life Around by Jim Rohn (re-read)

  2. The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy (re-read)

  3. As a Man Thinketh by James Allen (re-read)

  4. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E Frankl

  5. The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida

  6. Don’t Burn this Book by Dave Rubin

  7. Einstein and the Rabbi by Naomi Levi

  8. Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins

  9. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

  10. The Millions Within by David Neagle

  11. The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

  12. The Memo by John Hope Bryant

  13. Little Black Stretchy Pants by Chip Wilson

  14. Jeffrey Gitomer’s Little Red Book of Selling

  15. My Philosophy for Successful Living by Jim Rohn

  16. Landlord Pennies to Banker Dollars by John Lee


And I can't leave out the book that I read the most this year, my very first published book: It's the Depression for Me by Maeve Ronan.


“If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.” – Haruki Murakami


To all of you in school that only read the books your teacher asigns you:

Do you want to pass the test or do you want to excel in life?

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