50 Books Have Been Read in 2017

Setelah selesai membaca 49 buku di tahun 2015 dan 45 buku di tahun 2016, nah tahun ini saya berhasil selesai membaca 50 buku. 15 buku diantaranya buku berbahasa Jepang.

Berikut daftar 50 buku yang telah selesai saya baca di tahun 2017 ini:

  1. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
  2. The Aspirational Investor by Ashvin B. Chhabra
  3. Enchantment by Guy Kawasaki
  4. God’s Story Your Story by Max Lucado
  5. The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey
  6. Born for This by Chris Guillebeau
  7. Living with Purpose by Dr. Myles Munroe
  8. Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend
  9. My Warren Buffett Bible by Robert L. Bloch
  10. The Lexus and The Olive Tree by Thomas L. Friedman
  11. How to Worry Less about Money by John Armstrong
  12. The Return of George Washington by Edward J. Larson
  13. The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach
  14. Napoleon Hill is on The Air
  15. Go Rin No Sho by Miyamoto Musashi (Japanese)
  16. They Were Christian by Cristobal Krusen
  17. Bushido: The Soul of Japan by Nitobe Inazo (Japanese)
  18. Unlocking the Bible by David Pawson
  19. Bible NKJV
  20. Warren Buffett Ground Rules by Jeremy C. Miller
  21. What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami
  22. The Book of Five Rings by Miyamoto Musashi
  23. Secrets of The Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker
  24. The Happiness of Pursuit by Chris Guillebeau
  25. How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt, and Live Prosperously by Jerrold Mundis
  26. The Lost History of Christianity by Phillip Jenkins
  27. Nihon Marugoto by Abe Naobumi & Michael Braser (Japanese)
  28. Mengenal Moster Pribadi by Dr. Julianto Simanjuntak
  29. Has Christianity Failed You by Ravi Zacharias
  30. On Calvary’s Hill by Max Lucado
  31. Be All You Can Be by John C. Maxwell
  32. Mendidik Anak Tangguh Menuai Keluarga Utuh by Dr. Julianto Simanjuntak
  33. The List by Yuval Abramovitz
  34. The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey
  35. Kanarazu Kueru 1% No Hito Ni Naru by Fujihara Kazuhiro (Japanese)
  36. Speedo Shigotojutsu by Nendo Ooki (Japanese)
  37. 40 Ju Dai Kara No Seikou Tetsugaku by Aoki Satoshi (Japanese)
  38. Work Life Balance by Yoshie Komuro (Japanese)
  39. Okane No Tetsugaku by Kazumasa Tomita (Japanese)
  40. Dekiru Hito No Jinsei No Ru-ru by Richard Templar (Japanese)
  41. Yudaya-shiki WHY Shikou-hou by Kani Ishizumi (Japanese)
  42. Work Shift by Lynda Gratton (Japanese)
  43. How to Work with Angels in Your Life by Kevin Basconi
  44. Prevail by Cindy Trimm
  45. High Output Management by Andrew S. Groove (Japanese)
  46. Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  47. The One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen & Robert G. Allen
  48. Ichi Nichi 500 Yen No Chisa Na Shunkan by Mitsuaki Yokoyama (Japanese)
  49. Hajimete No Hito No Tame No 3000 Yen Tohyou Seikatsu by Yokoyama Mitsuaki (Japanese)
  50. The Zero Marginal Cost Society by Jeremy Rifkin (Japanese)

Rencana saya di tahun 2018 ingin bisa selesai membaca 50 buku berbahasa Jepang.

Berapa buku yang telah bisa kita baca tahun ini?

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My 2015 Annual Review: Lessons What Went Well and What Needs Improvement

Chris Guillebeau on his blog “The Art of Non-Conformity” every end of year will write his Annual Review.

Follow good things Chris has done, every year I set aside a long block of time, typically the better part of the week, to look back at the year that’s ending and look ahead to the next.

And so we begin the 2015 Annual Review

I try to live an active life and pursue a lot of different challenges and adventures. Pretty much every time I begin the review, I think, “What a crazy year it’s been!” J

In year 2015, I set with a big optimistic mental note, even tough there was still a noisy sound in my head that said I was worry to face the year.

While I was sitting down in a bus commuting from home to my office writing this notes, I want to share that I am feeling super excited. I am thinking of all the good things happened in my life with all the achievements. As usual, negative noise in my head also came, saying that I wasn’t really fulfilled my target achievement this year.

What Went Well in 2015

This year, I managed to finished my first Full Marathon by conquering the super hot The Jakarta Marathon 2015. Even tough I passed the cut off time by 38 minutes, luckily Iwas still registered as the Full Marathon finisher at the official web site of the race.

I also managed to complete reading 49 books in one year. I was following Seth Godin advise that “if you read book 20 minutes per day, every day without skipping a day, you can finished 52 books in a year.” And I have proofing that this advise to be true.

On 28 February 2015, while treated as a newbie in running community, EID Runners, an official running community in EID, which just founded in 30 May 2014, has managed to held a fun run race event sponsored by Pocari Sweat.

One year after its establishments, EID Runners members reached 130+ hence treated as the biggest sport community in EID.

On 29 October 2015, again, EID Runners, as the newly established sports community in EID, obtained an honor from EID Sports Competition 2015 committee to held men and women estafet running race.

What Needs Improvement in 2015

While participating for a Full Marathon race, I need to finish before the cut off time hence I can be treated as an official Full Marathon finisher.

On reading books, I need to make summary and review of the book I just finished reading.

For EID Runners, with big members (130+), we hope most of our members will spare his/her time to be active in participating EID Runners events.

Thank you All for the big achievement in 2015 and lets plan more success in 2016.

What is our 2015 review?

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