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My 2022 Reading Challenge

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In 2021, I set a goal to read 15 books. And I did it! But to be honest, I felt it was a little too much.

The reason why I created a reading challenge was to better split my time between books and podcasts, but it didn’t quite work as I expected. I was now spending most of my time listening to books and very little to podcasts. Back to the drawing board!

For this year, I cut the number of books to 12, one per month. I figure that I take about two weeks to listen to most books, leaving me another two weeks for podcasts.

The List

Without further ado, below is the list of books I picked for 2021, in no particular order.

I’m trying to focus more on personal development, rather than just business and finances. I even added a couple of parenthood books to the list in an effort to become a better father for my two children.

What books are you planning on reading this year? Let me know in the comments below!

Carlos Barros
I'm a Brazil native that immigrated to the United States in 2012 and is currently living in Tampa, FL. Software Engineer by trade, my close relationship with numbers led me to develop a passion for Personal Finances, particularly the topics of Investing and Taxes, with a special interest in taxation of foreign financial affairs.