What are the best books you’ve read in 2014?
Each year for the past 12 years I’ve read between 40-50 books a year (except one year when I only read 30+ books). So far this year I’ve read 49 books. And, this sparks the obvious question: which ones are the best books I’ve read in 2014?
In this Podcast Episode
Here’s the top ten best books I’ve read during 2014:
- A book on reciprocity styles as the key to success
- A book on creating happiness through working on your strengths
- A book on the gamification of motivation
- A book on presenting yourself through infographics
- A book on how to create meaning through your work
- A book on vulnerability
- A book about one person’s wild adventures to fulfill their bucket list
- A book on why design thinking is needed in the boardroom
- A book that rewrites sales in the age of digital media
- A book by a writer about being a writer – and producing results in life.
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A number of these books have been reviewed elsewhere in my other blog posts. Here’s the links to those reviews, podcasts and other discussions:
- Todd Henry – Die Empty
- Three Kinds of Work
- A podcast interview with Dr Jason Fox: Design Your Motivation Strategy
- A review of The Game Changer by Dr Jason Fox
- Strengths Finder: What are you great at?
- The Infographic Resume
- Brene Brown on TED
- 100 Things by Sebastian Terry
- Adam Grant – Give and Take Podcast episode