You are what you read
I prefer - 'you are what you do' and that 'reading can help you improve, expand, shift, upgrade, change.'
Unless I am reading a book for pure entertainment, I am always thinking about applying what I'm reading to improve my mental, physical, or emotional well-being.
The long and short of it: Taking care of your needs and remembering you are a human being is the first step to being a better leader, and books can help you not forget that.
My top three books from 2020 are about:
- How a talented comedian grew up in a complicated world
- How to make the most of natural cycles
- How to make the most of your emotions
Any suggestions on what I should read this year?
Watch me talk through my favorite books of 2020 below:
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