2019 reading wrapped up

In 2019 I set a resolution to read 10 books. Unfortunately I only made it to 7, but I am trying again in 2020! I have 8 books already, anyone have any reading recommendations? Interested in leadership, computer science, psychology, mental health, and culture/anthropology! (2019 on the left, 2020 on the right) My 2019 list: - The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho - how to win friends & influence people, by Dale Carnegie - Idiot Brain, by Dean Burnett - Leadership, a practical guide, by Alison and David Price - The Five dysfunctions of a team, by Patrick Lencioni (for the second time) - Arduino workshop - Managing across cultures, by Solomon Schell 2020: - The little pocket book of mindfulness, by Anna Black - the 7 habits of highly effective people, by Steven R Covey - the blank slate, by Steven Pinker - Conscious business by Fred Kidman - Sapiens, a brief history of humankind, by Yuval Noah Harari - Homo Deus, a brief history of tomorrow, by Yuval Noah Harari - Winner’s dream, by Bill McDermott - The Imposter’s Handbook, by Rob Conery (not pictured)


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