My Top 5 (perspective-changing) Books from 2020

I just published a post on my top 5 books from 2020. They shifted my world-view in some way, convinced me to start writing, and took me on adventures. Hopefully this post convinces you to check these amazing books out!
> I usually read nonfiction books related to productivity, leadership, or engineering. But this year, for whatever reason, I found myself drawn to fiction. I grew tired of “learning,” and just wanted to be someone else and go on adventures from the comfort of my couch. I was so wrong in thinking that I couldn’t learn from fiction. Some of my deepest insights from this year were inspired by concepts I discovered in the fictional stories I read. This really resonated with me! I read A LOT of non fiction and I have a very drawn out note-taking process when I read, so while extremely great for learning, a lot of times it feels like homework to me. And meanwhile my favourite books this year were both memoirs. 🥰