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Oops... 1000 Books
Oops… I’ve done it. I have reached 1000 books on my “Want to Read”-list. What have I done? What is on there? And most important… Why???
I started adding books to this list in September of 2014. The oldest book that’s still there, is Cell from Stephen King. I’ve started it a few times, but never got to finishing it. Mostly because I hadn’t taken books as seriously as I’ve had this year. Maybe next time, things will be different!
Over the years, what I added to the list has changed. In the beginning I added almost every book I found interesting. This day, what I found interesting has changed a lot. And I mostly have a slight look at the rating and reviews of the book. Unless someone told me to read it, then I just add it.
The last book I added is Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders, Managers, and Facilitators by Patrick Lencioni. I’ve read some of his books already, and this one might help me get better as a facilitator in both my personal as my professional life.
There’s a lot of series that I want to read. So much non-fiction that can help me in my professional career. A lot of stand-alone books that I came across over the years. And so much more to come… But I want to read them all. It has become a hobby that I don’t think I’ll give up any time soon!
What’s up with your list? How much books are on it? And which ones? Let me know in the comments section below!