Our Favorite Books of 2020

We asked our contributors to tell us the best book they have read this year. Here are their answers.

Dare to Fight by Brené Brown

“This book provides practical strategies and tools which help me enable my staff to talk about their thoughts, to risk, and to provide feedback — all to become stronger as a company. Our companies function best when we as leaders are vulnerable, function from our values, and build trust with our employees. ‘Dare to Lead’ has helped me professionally and personally to be my very best self and also to create an environment for my group to do the same.” — Lori McDonald, CEO Brilliance Business Solutions

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“The is the book that most impressed me. It is about Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of Theranos, and the way she duped so many smart men and women, leaders in their fields. Theranos never had a viable product. Yet for decades Holmes was lauded by the tech press and brought hundreds of millions of dollars from investors. 1 afternoon Theranos was worth $9 billion and it was worth virtually nothing.” — Marcia Kaplan, Writer, Researcher, Financial Advisor

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Sapiens: A Short History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari

“In 2020, I was most influenced by’Sapiens.’ It is about the history of man. Consider it as a Ted Talk about people given by a kindly Martian. Harari concludes that Sapiens (people ) are basically gods at this time. He asks,’Is there anything more dangerous than dissatisfied and reckless gods who do not know what they want?'” Peter Keller, CEO Fringe Sport

Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everybody to Take Action by Simon Sinek

“Successful brands specify why they exist for their clients. After a new can answer’the why,’ its messaging will stream. If you can’t answer why your company is different and the problem it solves, you want to rethink your version.” — Phil Masiello, Creator CrunchGrowth Revenue Acceleration Agency

Traction: Get A Grip On Your Company by Gino Wickman

“I’ve read a great deal of publications in 2020. This one is my favorite. ‘Traction’ describes the entrepreneurial operating system — a simple and direct way for small and midsize companies to handle their businesses for success. It offers a framework for decision-making, problem-solving, and expansion.” — Armando Roggio, PEC Senior Contributor, Consultant, Developer

Atomic Habits by James Clear

“`Atomic Habits’ is my favourite book in 2020. It describes how tiny changes in our lives can have a transformational impact. It gives a step-by-step manual for changing routines and becoming successful. The challenge for me is putting into practice what’s described in the publication. That’s what I have attempted to do this season.” — Gagan Mehra, Managing Director Deloitte Digital

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Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day,” by Jay Shetty

“Purpose coach Jay Shetty sheds light on the need to connect more deeply in every sort of relationship. The former monk shares eye-opening experiences — shattering many myths about how monks live — and explains how to apply them in all aspects of life and work. The audiobook is read by Shetty himself, whose soothing and persuasive voice makes listeners feel like they’re having a private conversation with him. Rarely do I read a book that addresses everybody . This one ranks near the top of my all-time favorites. ‘Think Like a Monk’ will instruct you how to best connect with everyone you encounter.” — Pamela Hazelton, Consultant, Author, Speaker

The End Is Always Near: Apocalyptic Moments, from the Bronze Age Collapse to Atomic Near Misses by Dan Carlin

“This book is by my favorite podcaster, Dan Carlin, the founder of’Hardcore History.’ He wrote the book before Covid-19. Still, it’s helped me place the pandemic in perspective and understand its place in history. After reading it, I’m better prepared to continue despite the doom and gloom.” — Mike Eckler, Writer, Fintech Consultant

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Produced a Crime by Trevor Noah

“`Produced a Crime’ is the heartfelt yet frequently shocking autobiography of Trevor Noah, who was born and raised in South Africa before coming to America, where he’s found fame as the host of The Daily Show. The publication is a movie-like journey. It’s also hilarious. However, it opened my eyes into the psychological turmoil of somebody raised during apartheid in South Africa and dealing with race in America. To develop into a better world, we will need to hear more stories like this!” Kaleena Stroud, Writer, Consultant

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