My 24 Books of 2019

In 2019 I set a goal to read 24 books in 12 months (largely in the self-development space) – and with the help of some recommendations from friends and experts, the list turned out some really amazing titles.

Some might argue 2 books a month is a lot of books, and some might argue it’s a tiny number. What were my thoughts on the experience? Check out my summary, What I Learned From Reading 2 Books a Month for 12 Months.

Without further ado, here’s my 2019 list, categorized by general subject. They are in no particular order; however I’ve starred ones I would highly recommend (amazingly, many of them).

Personal Growth / Self Help / Health

  1. *The Happiness Project – Gretchen Rubin
  2. *You Are a Badass – Jen Sincero
  3. *Intuitive Eating – Elyse Resch & Evelyn Tribole
  4. *Motivation Manifesto – Brendon Burchard
  5. *Playing Big – Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead – Tara Mohr
  6. *Girl Wash Your Face – Rachel Hollis
  7. The Magic of Believing – Claude M. Bristol
  8. *The Worry Cure: Seven Steps to Stop Worry from Stopping You – Robert L. Leary, Ph.D.
  9. *Supercoach – Michael Neill
  10. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck – Mark Manson
  11. How to Stop Feeling Like Shit – Andrea Owen
  12. The Gifts of Imperfection – Brené Brown, Ph.D., L.M.S.W.
  13. The One Thing – Gary Keller
  14. *Atomic Habits – James Clear
  15. What if it Does Work Out – Susie Moore
  16. *The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever – Michael Bungay Stanier
  17. The Myth of the Nice Girl: Achieving a Career you Love Without Becoming a Person you Hate – Fran Hauser
  18. You are a Badass With Money – Jen Sincero

Philosophy / History

  1. *Tao Te Ching
  2. *Lessons From History – Will Durant, Ariel Durant

Non-Fiction

  • *Talking with Strangers (audible version) – Malcom Gladwell

Business

  • *Building a Storybrand – Donald Miller (one of the best marketing books I’ve ever read)
  • This is Marketing – Seth Godin
  • Book Yourself Solid – Michael Port

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