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2012 What I read this year

Here’s a list of what I read this year.

    1. We Are All Weird by Seth Godin
    2. Free Prize Inside by Seth Godin
    3. Survival Is Not Enough by Seth Godin
    4. Poke The Box by Seth Godin
    5. All Marketers Are Story Tellers by Seth Godin
    6. How To Connect In Business by Nicholas Boothman
    7. Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude
    8. Napoleon Hills A Year Of Growing Rich by Napoleon Hill
    9. The Shadow Effect by Deepak Chopra
    10. Do You by Russell Simons
    11. Super Rich: A Guide to Having It All by Russell Simons
    12. Don’t Suck: How To Make Presentations That Rock by Slides That Rock
    13. News Jacking by David Meerman Scott
    14. The New Rules of Marketing and PR by David Meerman Scott
    15. The Skinny Rules by Bob Harper
    16. The Marketing Agency Blueprint by Paul Roetaer
    17. The Art of War by Sun Tzu
    18. 100 Quotations To Make You Think by Wolfgang Riebe
    19. Relativity: The Special and General Theory by Albert Einstein
    20. ZMOT by Google
    21. How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less by Nicholas Boothman
    22. How To Be A Great Professional Services Firm by Tom Peters
    23. All the training material I had to read to maintain my Google certification
    24. I subscribe to these magazines: Fast Company, Oprah, and Good House Keeping, I don’t have a subscription to GQ but I read it regularly.

Do you have an recommendations for 2013? If so list them in the comment section.

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