Looking back to 2009: Books I recommend

Here is a list of some of the best books I read this year, there’s no particular order and I like all the books and this are very different books.

book shelf project 1 by striatic

Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion’ by Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee)

This book was allover the internet, and it’s very popular. This is a good read, is short, fun and direct to the point, putting all that together with all the videos that Gary have in his website makes this guy a most follow if you want to get tips all the time. All the things Gary do online can be reduced to one word “hustle“. Very nice book to give as a gift even for people that don’t read too often will read it with no problems. I had five books in my hands unfortunately none was signed by Gary. I bought three books (I got a wristband), I won the other two in couple of online contest, I gave it to my sisters and I’ll send one to Germany to a friend.

Who’s Got Your Back The Breakthrough Program to Build Deep, Trusting Relationships That Create Success–and Won’t Let You Fail by Keith Ferrazzi (@KeithFerrazzi)

Keith Ferrazzi The master of networking and the author of “Never Eat Alone“. He explains in this book the idea of finding three people in your life that can push, help and will give you advise that will help you succeed, base in a trusted relationship. I like the concept and is good read.
Fact: I created my twitter account earlier this year, but I was inactive until I assisted to conference with Keith Ferrazzi and he was tweeting in the conference and he recommended twitter, after that day my use of twitter was increasing every day, and I kinda annoying everybody 24/7.

So, what do you think? any books you have read this year that you can recommend to me?

Disclaimer: I’m using Amazon affiliates links, if you buy a book I’ll make few coins to throw into a Wishing Well.

7 responses to “Looking back to 2009: Books I recommend”

  1. karlaporter says:

    This is a really nice candid short review of each read. The list is completely doable with a book a quarter it should be a nice comfortable pace for anyone. I really like the pic you selected too Ricardo, it looks like my bookshelf. Have you been spying on my?

  2. Thank you, this are well known books (imo) I though just to give a little information and show few of the books I read during this year.
    Spying? only if you have a web cam live 🙂

    I added a question, there's any book you recommend?

  3. karlaporter says:

    This is a really nice candid short review of each read. The list is completely doable with a book a quarter it should be a nice comfortable pace for anyone. I really like the pic you selected too Ricardo, it looks like my bookshelf. Have you been spying on my?

  4. Thank you, this are well known books (imo) I though just to give a little information and show few of the books I read during this year.
    Spying? only if you have a web cam live 🙂

    I added a question, there's any book you recommend?

  5. Hey Ric!! thanks for sharing these with us! I want to read a couple of them now! This year I got the audiobooks of 2 books from Neil Gaiman, I really like how he writes, also Dan Brown's and Malcolm Gladwell, the last heard really great reviews for “Outliers” and the “Tipping Point”, havent started them yet but they're highly recommended so I pass the info to you 🙂
    Best wishes for 2010, xoxo

  6. Thank you for the comment.
    Last time I red a Dan Brown's book was a long time ago, was Angels and Demon and I didn't finished. I'll check does books
    Best wishes to you too

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