Reading is important. It teaches you to focus, pay attention, put away your phone, and can expose you to new ideas, get you to think, or entertain you in ways that engage your brain.
All good stuff.
I have consistently been an inconsistent reader throughout my life. I go through phases where I read every day and phases where I don’t read for months on end. So this list comes with no guarantees.
Below is a list of books I’ve read, or am actively reading. This is not an exhaustive list of all books I’ve ever read. It only includes books I’ve read (or am currently reading) beginning May 2020. My most recent reads are listed first and older reads are listed last:
- Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin (September 2020-in process)
- Into the Furnace by Cory Reese with Luke Thoreson (September-October 2020)
- Ultramarathon Man by Dean Karnazes (September 2020)
- Nowhere Near First by Cory Reese (September 2020)
- Breathe by James Nestor (August 2020-September 2020)
- The Room Where It Happened by John Bolton (June-August 2020), quit approximately 350 pages in.
- Both Feet on the Ground by Marshall Ulrich (July 2020)
- Why Buddhism is True by Robert Wright (July 2020)
- Running on Empty by Marshall Ulrich (June 2020)
- Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins (June 2020)
- Run Less Run Faster by Bill Pierce, Scott Murr, and Ray Moss (June 2020)
- What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami (June 2020)
- Deep Work by Cal Newport (May-June 2020)
- Waking Up by Sam Harris (May 2020)
- Free Will by Sam Harris (May 2020)
- Measure What Matters by John Doerr (April-May 2020)