05 January 2018

Books I read in 2017

2017 has been a good year for me, in terms of advancing my learnings and spending some quality time with the books. This year, I have made a lot of travel happen, and some of that time has been spent with books.
One major change which happened initially was my switch to kindle. I began reading books on kindle and it is a fantastic medium to carry books in a small package. The most valued feature is being able to add notes to your books.

however, somewhere down the road, I also discovered that our library has the best set of books available and I ran my wishlist of books[maintained on Amazon list] through the library catalog and to my amazement, I started seeing those books in the library. Hence, a better part of the year has been spent picking these jewels from the library and using this excellent resource.

1.Stumbling on happiness by Gilbert, Daniel Todd
2.When breath becomes air by Kalanithi, Paul
3.Make your bed by McRaven, William H
4.Shoe Dog by Knight, Phil
5.High Profit Prospecting by Mark Hunter
6.First impressions by Demarais, Ann
7.Happy Money by Dunn Elizabeth
8.I cant make this up by Hart, Kevin
9.Sales Influence by Antonio, Victor
10.The Compound Effect by Hardy, Darren
11.What to do when you are struck and nothing seems to work by  Dotts, Richard
12.Impossible to ignore by Simon Carmen
13.Anything you want by Sivers, Derek
14.The One Thing by Keller, Gary
15.Khullam Khulla by Kapoor,rishi
16.The power of why by Weylman, C Richard
17.subtle art of not giving a fuck by Mark Manson
18.HBR's 10 Must Reads on Sales
19.the power of habit by charles duhigg
20.the daily stoic by Ryan holiday
21.Thinking fast & slow by daniel Kahneman
22.Yoga stress relief and forgiveness by lisa shea
23.Feeling good by david d durns
24.The science of team work- HBR

Keep watching this space for more as i add more books to this list. I am working on retrieving the list of books from my library as well.
Meanwhile, you can see the list of books I read last year for your reference. 

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