Reading

Uriah’s Reading List: 2020

 August 7, 2020

By  Uriah Guilford, MFT

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This is every book that I read in 2020!

I read 3 fewer books than last year, but still there are so many good ones to share!

Reading continues to be one of my secrets to success and growth.

It provides me with inspiration, motivation, tons of ideas and proven paths to reach my goals.

I have enjoyed knocking out 3 to 4 books (mostly audiobooks) per month the last few years. However, next year I might change that up and focus on fewer books, but more implementation.

It seems to me that if I only read one or two books every three months, but really apply the info that it could be much more beneficial.

That is one of the reasons I have been re-reading certain books, like Profit First and Virtual Culture.

However, you don’t even need to be a reader to be a life long learner. You could rely on YouTube views, online courses, talking to smart people, etc.

Also, I will toss in a recommendation to Blinkist if you want to consume more content in less time.

Whatever source you choose, my encouragement is to seek continual growth and learning. 

Ok, here is the list of books so far . . .

  1. The Proximity Principle – Ken Coleman
  2. Profit First – Mike Michalowicz (second time)
  3. The Magic of Thinking Big – Dr. David Schwartz
  4. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media – Jaron Lanier
  5. Acid for the Children – Flea
  6. Purple Cow – Seth Godin
  7. Iconic – Scott McKain
  8. Delivering Happiness – Tony Hsieh
  9. Good to Great – Jim Collins
  10. Vagabonding – Rolf Potts
  11. Vision Driven Leader – Michael Hyatt
  12. For Small Creatures Such as We – Sasha Sagan
  13. Your World-Class Assistant – Michael Hyatt
  14. Stillness is the Key – Ryan Holiday
  15. Bluefishing – Steve Sims
  16. Never Split the Difference – Chris Voss
  17. Fix This Next – Mike Michalowicz
  18. Entrepreneurial You – Dorie Clark
  19. Me & White Supremacy – Layla Saad
  20. Superfans – Pat Flynn
  21. Dream Big – Bob Goff
  22. The Alter Ego Effect – Todd Herman
  23. Marketing Made Simple – Don Miller
  24. Sweetspot – Andy Clayton
  25. Hell Yeah or No – Derek Sivers
  26. The 4 Hour Work Week – Tim Ferriss (second time)
  27. The 4 Tendencies – Gretchen Rubin
  28. Your Music & People – Derek Sivers
  29. The Long Distance Leader – Kevin Eikenberry & Wayne Turmel
  30. Everything is Spiritual – Rob Bell
  31. The Magnolia Story – Chip & Joanna Gaines
  32. Infinite Game – Simon Sinek
  33. Greenlights – Matthew McConaughey
  34. No Fail Communication – Michael Hyatt
  35. Time Off – John Fitch

As always, I would love to hear in the comments what books you are reading or have enjoyed in 2020.

Uriah Guilford, MFT


Uriah is a group practice owner and the creator of Productive Therapist. He is a technology nerd, a minimalist travel packer, a rock drummer and business development enthusiast.

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