I am an avid reader, and make time nearly every morning to read while the house is quiet and the wife & kids are still sleeping. In 2019, I read 41 books, and when I use the word “read” I mean I physically held the book in my hand and turned the pages. I do applaud all of those who listen to books on audio, but there’s nothing like sitting in quiet and reading. Plus, I use my drive time to listen to my favorite podcasts. In fact, as I write these notes at the beginning of the week of this episode’s release, I’ve already finished five books in 2020, with a goal of 45 books this year.
Episode 175 was the Crushing Debt Book report where I reviewed the last five books I read. I thought I would expand on that premise and discuss the books I read this past year. I do not discuss all 41, but do talk about the different books or authors that stood out, key points I learned, and which books really impacted with me throughout the year and still do today.
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Also, long time listeners and fellow podcasters know that I attend Podfest Multimedia Expo each year, including this year, March 6 - 8 in Orlando Florida. As a speaker for the third year in a row, Podfest has given me a special coupon code to give to two listeners who want FREE tickets to Podfest to meet me in person, together with nearly 2,000 other podcasters. The first two to email me (Shawn@YesnerLaw.com) with their favorite book of 2019 will win those coupon codes!