Books you must read in 2019

Wow! It was a great year for the non-fiction books. We had a lot of new releases, and many of them became super popular. If you look at what people read in the last 2 months, most of the books were released in 2018.

I made a script to analyze the most popular, and highest rated books. What I did exactly was to take data from the most popular service for book readers — Then, I analyzed which books were most rated and commented on. Actually, the comments are the most important factor here. And the result was I got a list of the most popular books.

This list of books is curated by me. It contains the most popular ones, but only with a high rating (at least 4.2 stars on

Some of the positions in this list are obvious. However, there are a few surprises (at least to me).


HabitCoach — change your lifestyle

[The original article has been published on in Polish first. With permission of the service it has been translated into English and re-published]

Each of us has goals that we want or would like to achieve in life. Some are more approximate to our lives, simple to realize, others are more ambitious, which we want to implement in the long term. However, one or the other is always important to us. We manage to implement some of them and others we do not.


Ten habits to help make the best version of yourself

Among the best-selling books across the world, self-help books are some of the most popular types of reading materials out there. Everyone wants to be the best person they can, preferably without a lot of work and as quickly as possible. Here are some of the easy things you can do to become the best person you can be — with very little effort and time.


Book of the month: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

If the dirty old man of American literature, Charles Bukowski, decided to write a self-help book (and he wouldn’t), Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck would be a likely contender. Manson begins his New York Times bestseller with an epigraph of Bukowski’s literary journey, leaving his rags to riches tale behind, and focusing instead on the crux of the matter: Bukowski was a loser and he knew it. His literary genius lay in his pungent honesty, the key to his success in absolute refusal of redemption and unflinchingly honest portrayal of himself.


One Habit to Rule Them All

People have all kinds of habits: good, bad, and really bad. But what makes one habit better or worse than another? How can we form the best habits that will have real impacts on our lives and the way we live? If you’ve read The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg, then you already know what a “keystone habit” is and how to use one. If you haven’t, keep reading and find out how keystone habits can transform your life and change it for good every day.