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  • David Bloomfield

The Books That I Have Read In 2018

Every year I set myself a challenge to read a broad range of books which help me to grow, gain fresh perspectives, challenge my ideals, and gather interesting information and different approaches.

I hope that by sharing the books that I've read in 2018 - it might offer some inspiration...

Firstly if you're looking for some recommendations my top 5 of 2018 are as follows (the rest of my 2018 reads are below):

1) This is Marketing - Seth Godin (see my notes)

2) When - Daniel Pink

3) 21 Lessons for the 21st Century - Yuval Noah's Harari

4) Essentialism - Greg McKeown (see my notes)

5) Shoe Dog - Phil Knight (see my notes)

Here's the rest of my 2018 reads (in no particular order)

  • Execution - Larry Bossidy & Ram Charan (see my notes)

  • Never Stop Learning - Bradley Staats

  • How to Stop Worrying and start living - Dale Carnegie

  • New Power - Jeremy Helmans and Henry Tims (see my notes)

  • The CEO Next Door - Eleena Bothelo & Kim Powell

  • Blitzscaling - Reed Hoffman and Chris Yeh

  • The Third door - Alex Banayan (see my notes)

  • Radical Acceptance - Tara Brach

  • Uncensored - Zachary Wood

  • The Urban Monk - Pedram Sholjai

  • The Love Languages - Gary Chapman

  • As a Man Thinketh - James Allen

  • Originals - Adam Grant

  • Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill

  • The art of Stopping Time - Pedram Shojai

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