The holidays – and vacation trips after the new year - can be times to slow the pace and do some extra reading.
What to read? Here are some ideas – an eclectic list from which you might find one or two that tickle your fancy:
FOR BUSINESS OWNERS
E-MYTH REVISITED by Michael Gerber
A ‘must read’ for every business owner who wants to rethink their role and streamline their life.
BUILT TO SELL by John Warrilow
A parable about a business owner who restructures his business and sells it. A good guide for you if want to sell your business and move on with your life.
FOR ALL LEADERS
START WITH WHY by Simon Simek
Those who lead us inspire us. They lead by creating connections between our goals and the ‘why’ of those goals.
DRIVE by Daniel Pink
The three keys to motivating people – a very different, eye opening approach.
FOR OBSERVERS OF THE POLITICAL SCENE
THE BATTLE by Arthur Brooks
I, a ‘flaming moderate’ who is square in the middle between the left and right, found this short book to be a thoughtful and useful presentation of the conservative point of view. By the President of the American Enterprise Institute.
FOR BASEBALL FANS
HIGH HEAT by Tim Wendel
“The secret history of the fast ball and the improbable search for the fastest pitcher of all time.’
(Full disclosure – made with great pride! Tim is our oldest son!)
What have you read that you recommend? Tell us in the comments section.