The books I read in 2020.

The Secret — Rhonda Byrne

The Second Half — Roy Keane

That Will Never Work — Marc Randolph

Break Point — Ollie Ollerton

Grinding It Out — Ray Kroc

Behind The Mask — Tyson Fury

Mythos — Stephen Fry

The Book Of Five Rings — Miyamoto Musashi

Not A Diet Book — James Smith

How To Be F*cking Awesome — Dan Meredith

Crushing It! — Gary Vaynerchuk

Contagious — How to Build Word Of Mouth — Jonah Berger

Cilka’s Journey — Heather Morris

The Communication Book — Mikael Krogerus & Roman Tschäppeler

Money -Know More, Make More, Give More — Rob Moore

Suddenly A Footballer — Juan Mata

Legacy — James Kerr

Athletes Are Brands Too — Jeremy Darlow

108 Rules — Rhay.

Creativity Inc. — Ed Catmull

Good Vibes, Good Life — Vex King

Homage to Catalonia — George Orwell

The Lombardi Rules — Vince Lombardi, jr.

Superior — The Return of Race Science — Angela Saini

Quitters Never Win — Michael Bisping

Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter — Curtis Jackson

The Lessons of History — Will & Ariel Durant

The Deal — Jon Smith

52 Times Britain Was A B*llend — James Felton

How to Think Like Sir Alex Ferguson — Damian Hughes

We Should All Be Feminists — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

As A Man Thinketh — James Allen

The Dichotomy Of Leadership — Jocko Willink & Leif Babin

The Descent of Man — Grayson Perry

The Ultimate Jim Rohn Library — Jim Rohn (Audiobook only)

How To Deal With Difficult People — Gill Hasson

Drive — Daniel Pink

Oversubscribed — Daniel Priestley

Find Out Anything From Anyone, Anytime — James Pyle & Maryann Karinch

Peak Performance — Brad Stulberg & Steve Magness

Shoe Maker — Joe Foster

On the Path to Enlightenment — Matthieu Ricard

Ready Player One — Ernest Cline

Not A Life Coach — James Smith

Discipline Equals Freedom — Jocko Willink

The Unexpected Joy of Being Single — Catherine Gray

The Richest Man in Babylon — George S. Clason

Zero Negativity — Ant Middleton

The Art of War — Sun Tzu

The Lost Boys — Inside Football’s Slave Trade — Ed Hawkins

Soldier — Jay Morton

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck — Mark Manson



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