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25 Reads for 2018


Ever been to the gym in the first week of January? Standing room only. How about the first week in February? Back to the regulars. Instead of making unrealistic New Year’s resolutions that are doomed to fail, a better strategy is to make smaller, more incremental changes that will stick. The goal is to be a better version of yourself today than yesterday, and be better tomorrow than yourself today.

One of my personal strategies to improve over time is to read – our brains have a near-limitless capacity to learn new things – and the knowledge you can gain by reading is limited only by the time it takes. For the past several weeks, I’ve been asking for recommendations from my network for great books (both new, and old) that have made an impact on their life. I’ve compiled a list of books that have either been on my list in the past or that will be on my nightstand in the next year:

  1. Tools of Titans - Tim Ferriss

  2. Tribe of Mentors - Tim Ferriss

  3. Twelve Pillars - Jim Rohn

  4. The Compound Effect - Darren Hardy

  5. The Go-Giver - Bob Burg

  6. The Dream Manager - Matthew Kelly

  7. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team – Patrick Lencioni

  8. Start with Why – Simon Sinek

On this list are many of my favorite authors, like Gladwell and Lencioni, and new to me, like Jon Gordon. Some are academics, or are writing from their experience. I hope you find some that can help you be a better version of yourself.

Do you have any titles you’d like to share? What are your goals? Feel free to leave comments below or message us offline.

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