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My favorite books (all categories)



The Tao of Pooh : Benjamin Hoff

I read this book when I was 18 years old and it has remained one of my favorite books. It's the first time I remember thinking - "wow! there's so much I don't know about life." This book is still in print 40 years later. It uses the characters of the Winnie the Pooh stories to explain important lessons from the Eastern philosophy Taoism



The World According to Garp : John Irving

This is my favorite fiction book of all time. This is the great american novel that makes me want to be a writer. The movie was good but only covered 30% of what makes this book read. This is only one of two fiction books that I've read multiple times.


The Fountainhead : Ayn Rand

My other favorite fiction read. Though I do not subscribe to most of Ayn Rand's philosophies, this epic book really challenges accepted social norms, altruism, capitalism and was my first introduction to the concept of living true to principles and values.


Think and Grow Rich : Napoleon Hill

This timeless business classic, recently updated, is a core philosophy that should be read by all business owners. You may have to see past some antiquated sexism but the theories and concepts are timeless.


Thinking Fast and Slow : Daniel Kahneman

Reads like a great story but is more a textbook about how the human brain thinks and processes data. Kahneman makes the science fun and accessable. His findings and scholarship can be "blamed" for today annoying marketing techniques.


Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin and Free : Susan Pierce Thompson

I've had a weight problem my whole life. This book gave a me a new perspective on eating and food addiction and introduced me to a sustainable, new, and healthy lifestyle. Read from the beginning. When I first heard the diet, I had no interest. Then I read the book from the beginning, focused on the science and the eating program is surprisingly EASY.

Business Mindset



Extreme Ownership (How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win) : Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

Responsibility in leadership can make the difference in the success or failure of any enterprise. This book breaks down what that looks like in real life. Written by former Navy Seals, the is a fun and earth shifting book.


Think and Grow Rich : Napoleon Hill

This timeless business classic, recently updated, is a core philosophy that should be read by all business owners. You may have to see past some antiquated sexism but the theories and concepts are timeless.



The Three Laws of Performance: Rewriting the Future of Your Organization and Your Life : Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan

This book is written from a big business/team point of view but it's message of building systems and managing environments has a tremendous impact on performance. A must read.



The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership : John Maxwell

One of the best book on leadership and developing leadership skills.


Start With Why : Simon Sinek

START WITH WHY shows that the leaders who've had the greatest influence in the world all think, act, and communicate the same way -- and it's the opposite of what everyone else does. Watch the YouTube Video, then read the book.


Black Box Thinking : Matthew Syed

Why do the number of airline fatalities fall year over year but medical fatalities have been increasing at an alarming rate? Personal biases, ego and identity can derail any business. Syed can help reqire your thinking to help produce new levels of success.


The Tipping Point : Malcolm Gladwell

I remember loving this book when I first read it. Some of Gladwell's interpretations have been proven wrong, but it's a great study in looking at data from different perspectives. Balance out this book with a reading of Freakonomics


Thinking Fast and Slow : Daniel Kahneman

Reads like a great story but is more a textbook about how the human brain thinks and processes data. Kahneman makes the science fun and accessable. His findings and scholarship can be "blamed" for today annoying marketing techniques.


The War of Art : Steven Pressfield

In The War of Art screenwriter Stephen Pressfield breaks down the creative process and how our thinking, ego and identity get in the way of creation. Not just for artists and creatives.


The Greatest Salesman in the World - Og Mandino

If a service mindset is the goal, this book is the roadmap. A business classic.


Made to Stick : Chip and Dan Heath

Communication can be tricky. How do you get the right message to the right audience and spur action? This book offers great advice and tools to make your ideas "stickier."


The Go-Giver : Bob Burg and John David Mann

The "old style" of selling truly can crush the soul. The Go-Giver is a classic bestseller that enlivens and brings to life the old proverb “Give and you shall receive.”


Cenversation for Action : Fernando Flores

This book is a world shifter. It's dense and full of mind shifting, transformational ideas that are actionable to produce new levels of performance, communication and results. Worth the time to read, savor and act upon.


Power vs. Force | David R Hawkins

Another powerful exploration of the human brain and the traps of default thinking.

Business Networking



Networking is Not Working : Derek Coburn

Coburn takes a transformational view of business networking that dramatically can improve your results. And if you hate to network, this book might just change your mind.


Bob Burg is a master of relationship building techniques and creating win-win partnerships. Again, if you hate to network this book can provide a new perspective.

Enlightened Transformation



Being You, Changing the World : Dane Heer

Why do so many of us struggling owning our power, our assets and our flaws? In this book Dr. Heer offers questions and perspectives that allow you to live authentically, with ease and power.


Money isn't the Problem, You are : Dane Heer and Gary Douglas

Sometimes a small shift in perspectives can bring about massive results. If you struggle with money or a scarcity conversation ("There's never enough", "I can't afford it", etc) this book is for you. Gary Douglas is the founder of Access Consciousness, an energetic, transformational education.


The Gifts of Imperfection : Brene Brown

What if you were perfect in your imperfection? What if the best version of you includes flaws that empower you rather than cause shame or embarassment. Brene Brown speak to little child inside of us.


The Success Principles : Jack Canfield

A transformation classic. Change your thinking. Change your speaking. Change the world.

Spiritual Reading



The Tao of Pooh : Benjamin Hoff

I read this book when I was 18 years old and it has remained one of my favorite books. It's the first time I remember thinking - "wow! there's so much I don't know about life." This book is still in print 40 years later. It uses the characters of the Winnie the Pooh stories to explain important lessons from the Eastern philosophy Taoism



A Year of Miracles : Marianne Williamson

Daily prayers and meditations to shift your energy and focus.


The Book of Joy : The Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu

A great conversation for lightening your heart.


I am That : Nisargadatta Maharaj

An inquiry into the question "who am I?"


Ask and it is Given : Esther and Jerry Hicks

Manifesting your dreams and the secret to fulfilling your dreams.


Lamb : Christopher Moore

This book is fiction and is profound (and profane). The subtitle says it all: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal. A fun, inspiring and though provoking, laugh out loud read.

Fiction



This Pulitzer Prize winning book is a great read. It begins with a number of seemingly unrelated stories that move into a plot where they all coalesce into an inspiring yet cautionary tale.


This is my favorite fiction book of all time. This is the great american novel that makes me want to be a writer. The movie was good but only covered 30% of what makes this book read. This is only one of two fiction books that I've read multiple times.


If I had to pick a favorite author, Richard Russo is at the top of my list. I love all of his books and this Pulitzer Prize winner is a tour-de-force.


Magic. Revenge. Nicolai Tesla. This book is awesome. The movie is quite faithful and fixes the ending. A great read you won't want to put down.