Bookshelf

I often challenge myself to read a few books yearly; surrounding topics such as health, mindset, finance, fiction, and more. My favorite reads are listed below, but sometimes listening to a book is easier when multitasking 📚


Finished Books

Reading has been a big reason for helping me grow over the years and has guided me to develop a stronger interest in learning new things.

The following is a list of books that I’ve read previously.

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Finished & Completed Books

Mindset:
Atomic Habits – James Clear
Awaken The Giant Within – Tony Robbins
12 Rules For Life – Jordan B. Peterson
Feel Good Productivity – Ali Abdaal
Make Your Bed – William H. McRaven
Notes From A Friend – Tony Robbins
Show Your Work! – Austin Kleon
The Five Second Rule – Mel Robbins
The High 5 Habit – Mel Robbins
The Power Of Now – Eckhart Tolle
The Secret – Rhonda Bryne
Unlimited Power – Tony Robbins.

Finance:
Money Master The Game – Tony Robbins
Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki

Fiction:
1984 – George Orwell
Harry Potter: The Chamber Of Secrets – J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows – J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter: The Goblet Of Fire – J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter: The Half-Blood Prince – J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter: The Order Of The Phoenix – J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter: The Prisoner Of Azkaban – J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter: The Sorcerer’s Stone – J.K. Rowling
Percy Jackson: The Battle Of The Labyrinth – Rick Riordan
Percy Jackson: The Last Olympian – Rick Riordan
Percy Jackson: The Titans Curse – Rick Riordan
Percy Jackson: The Lightening Thief – Rick Riordan
Percy Jackson: The Sea Of Monsters – Rick Riordan
Shogun – James Clavell
The Atlas Six – Olivie Blake
The Hobbit – J.R.R Tolkien
The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King – J.R.R Tolkien
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring – J.R.R Tolkien
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers – J.R.R Tolkien

Autobiography:
Abroad In Japan – Chris Broad

Screenplay:
The Writer’s Journey – Christopher Vogler

Japanese:
Genki 1: Part 1 – Eri Banno
JLPT N5 1000 Vocabulary – Arc Academy
Nihongo Fun & Easy: Part 1 – Yukiko Ogata

Upcoming Books

Unfortunately, there’s never enough time to read all the books I want, but that hasn’t stopped my peers from recommending their favorites.

The following is a list of books that I plan to read later.

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Upcoming & Expected Books

Mindset:
Die With Zero – Austin Kleon
Digital Minimalism – Cal Newport
Eight Rules Of Love – Jay Shetty
Happy – Derren Brown
How To Take Smart Notes – Soenke Ahrens
How Will You Measure Life – Clayton M. Christensen
It’s Not You – Ramani Durvasula
Outliers: The Story Of Success – Gladwell Malcolm
Pocket Full Of Do – Chris Do
Protect Your Piece – Trent Shelton
The 12 Week Year – Michael Lennington
The 5AM Club – Robin Sharma
The Courage To Be Disliked – Ichiro Kishimi
The Creative Act – Rick Ruben
The Diary Of A CEO – Steven Bartlet
The Gifts Of Imperfection – Brene Brown
The Magic Of Thinking Big – David Schwartz
The Mamba Mentality – Kobe Bryant
The Psychology Of Money – Morgan Housel
The School Of Greatness – Lewis Howes
The Subtle Act Of Not Giving A F*ck – Mark Manson
Think Like A Monk – Jay Shetty
Why We Sleep – Matthew Walker
Worthy – Jamie Kern Lima

Finance:
The Holy Grail Of Investing – Tony Robbins
Unshakable – Tony Robbins
Your Money Or Your Life – Vicki Robin

Fiction:
A Song Of Ice And Fire – George R.R. Martin
Dune – Frank Herbert
The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
The Atlas Saga – Olivie Blake
The Chronicles Of Narnia – C.S. Lewis

Autobiography:
Storyworthy – Matthew Dicks
Straight Shooter – Stephen A. Smith

Screenplay:
The Nutshell Technique – Jill Chamberlain

Japanese:
Genki: Part 2 – Eri Banno
JLPT N4 1000 Vocabulary – Arc Academy
Nihongo Fun & Easy: Part 2 – Yukiko Ogata
Remembering The Kanji 1 – James W. Heisig
Remembering The Kanji 2 – James W. Heisig

Final Takeaways

I was never much of a reader until adulthood, but since making it a part of my daily routine, starting a new book has become something I look forward to.

Reading has done so much for my well-being, confidence, and relationships, that it’s hard to imagine a time when I wasn’t doing it.

These lists have been put together to track my personal progress but feel free to use them as a guide for creating your own bookshelf if needed.

You can also find them on GoodReads or Audible if you’re a member.

Lastly, if you found this information helpful, I invite you to read more about my profile and how I got to where I am today.

Thanks for reading,
William