52 Books

1 Book a Week 2011

Goal: Read at least 52 books in 2011.

Progress:

  1. “Trading for a Living” – Dr. Alexander Elder
  2. “The Virtue of Selfishness: A New Concept of Egoism” – Ayn Rand
  3. “Red Means Go” – Carl Taylor (audio)
  4. “The New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crisis of 2008 and What It Means” – George Soros
  5. “Teejuht inimliku suuruse juurde” – Robin Sharma
  6. “Völsungite veri. Segadus ja varajane valu” – Thomas Mann
  7. “The Leader’s Way” – Dalai Lama
  8. “The Power of Nice: How to Conquer the World With Kindness” – Linda Kaplan Thaler & Robin Koval
  9. “Making Money From CFD Trading” – Catherine Davey
  10. “It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be” – Paul Arden
  11. “Poke the Box” – Seth Godin
  12. “When I Grow Up” – Al Yankovic (audio)
  13. “Rework” – Jason Fried & David Hansson
  14. “The Sailing Handbook. A Complete Guide for Beginners” – Halsey Herreshoff
  15. “The 4-Hour Body” – Tim Ferriss
  16. “23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism” – Ha-Joon Chang
  17. “Meditations” – Marcus Aurelius
  18. “Options for the Beginner and Beyond” – Edward Olmstead
  19. “Economic Implications of Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Investments” – Cristiana Manescu (doktoritöö)
  20. “Trade My Way” – Alan Hull
  21. “The Alchemy of Finance” – George Soros
  22. “The Problems of Philosophy” – Bertrand Russell
  23. “Essays” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
  24. “Understanding Kants Concepts and Intuitions” – Hercules Bantas
  25. “All Employees are Marketers” – Richard Parkes Cordock
  26. “Moral Philosophy” – Joseph Rickaby
  27. “Wealth of Nations” – Adam Smith
  28. “The Prince” – Niccolo Machiavelli
  29. “A Taste of Irrationality” – Dan Ariely
  30. “Superheroes. The Best of Philosophy and Pop Culture” – William Irwin
  31. “Beyond Good and Evil” – Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
  32. “Tell No One” – Harlan Coben
  33. “Generate Thousands” – Dr. Samir Elias
  34. “Fame, Fortune and Ambition” – Osho
  35. “Lonely for My Land” – Tish Lees
  36. “Esta Es Venezuela”
  37. “The Male Brain” – Louann Brizendine
  38. “Queensland & the Great Barrier Reef” – Lonely Planet
  39. “Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography” – Walter Isaacson
  40. “Bali: Sekala & Niskala” – Fred Eiseman
  41. “Drive” – Daniel Pink
  42. “History’s Worst Decisions” – Stephen Weir
  43. “Red Dog” – Louis De Bernieres
  44. “MasterChef Australia. The cookbook”
  45. “True Spirit” – Jessica Watson
  46. “Fame, Fortune, and ambition” – Osho
  47. “Onu Remuse Jõulueri” (audio)
  48. “The Wolf of Wall Street” – Jordan Belfort
  49. “Emotional Intelligence: What Makes a Leader” – Daniel Goleman
  50. “Fast, Flat and Free: How the Internet Has Changed Your Business” – Gihan Perera
  51. “Captain Cook: His Life, Voyages, and Discoveries” – William Henry Giles Kingston
  52. “How I Became a Famous Novelist” – Steve Hely

Mission Complete :)