Best Books I Read in 2020

Best Books I Read in 2020

In 2020, society experienced a lot of change in a short amount of time. A combination of the Coronavirus, political unrest and social issues caused many of us to rethink our perception of reality. Most of the books I read in 2020 were related to understanding how to act in a fast-changing world and understanding how other humans act in such situations.


Simple Crypto Playbook for Canadians

By: Tomiwa Ademidun (Twitter: @tomiwa1a)

Getting started with crypto can be confusing. I’m publicly sharing my crypto playbook in case others find it useful. See bottom for important disclaimer. Summary: Don’t listen to me, do your own research.

  1. Make an account on Newton and Shakepay.

Tesla: The Solar City Acquisition

Excited to share that I’m officially a published author of an Ivey Business School Case.

I wrote a case with the help of Professor Frank Li on Elon Musk and Tesla’s acquisition of Solar City.

The story of how this happened is quite interesting.


If you’re reading this, you’re probably not racist, but you might be complicit in racism.

If you’re reading this, you’re probably not racist. But you might be complicit in racism.

I’m not saying this to judge anyone because:

  1. I myself have been complicit in racism before so I don’t want to be a hypocrite. (hence why I deleted my old tweets, you live and you learn)
  2. Nagging, lecturing and virtue signalling people rarely gets them to change their behavior

The Atila Schools and Jobs Guide

The Atila team and I wrote an ebook about the best Canadian Universities for getting jobs at Goldman Sachs, Google, McKinsey, Pfizer and more. It's called The Atila Schools and Jobs Guide. You know how people say that you should go to university so you can get a good job? But then no one can actually tell you objectively and using data which schools actually help you get a good job? I'm super excited to share a project me and a couple friends have been working on. We created the Atila Schools and Jobs Guide, the first ever guide to help students figure out what are the best universities for getting a good job.

Hate Inc. Book Notes: Political Media’s Business Model involves Manipulating your Emotions

Hate Inc by Matt Taibi

Your anger is the media’s opportunity

(My riff on Jeff Bezos’ famous aphorism: “Your margin is my opportunity”)

  • Hate Inc by Matt Taibi is about how media companies, particulary, political media companies have a business model that is designed to get you angry and hate the other side.
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