Books to Keep Your Eye On (Part II)
After years of journeying through the pages of development books from every major list you can name, I've rounded up some of my all-time favorite - both in business and in life. Below find the second installation of my "Books to Keep Your Eye On," or check out Part I here if you missed it!
The Talent Code
BY DANIEL COYLE
Using research and stories from all over the world, Coyle shows us how to grow and ultimately fulfill our full talent.
BY JOSEPH L. BADARACCO, JR.
While the loudest leaders are often the ones who make headlines, Badaracco gives us a much-needed reminder that it's those who lead quietly that tend to make the biggest differences in the end.
Tribe of Mentors
BY TIMOTHY FERRISS
This compilation of short profiles of the world's top performers across industries will help give you guidance, no matter your question.
Give and Take
BY ADAM GRANT
A manifesto for collaboration and how our willingness to put others before individualistic interests drives ultimate success.
Forces for Good
BY LESLIE R. CRUTCHFIELD & HEATHER MCLEOD GRANT
A non-profit management quick read that nicely distills the key things that make non-profits great.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
BY MARK MANSON
Mark Manson is not afraid to give it to you straight. All with an epic sense of humor, he'll flip your world upside down and make you take a hard look at what you really care about.
BY RAY DALIO
With so many unique principles and practices Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio personally developed and used over the course of his career, you're sure to come away with at least a few new ideas to try.
What Great Salespeople Do
BY MICHAEL BOSWORTH & BEN ZOLDAN
A great guide for using the power of stories to influence and persuade. Applicable across roles and organizations both in and outside of sales.
Books to make you a better human...
The Art of Possibility
BY ROSAMUND STONE ZANDER & BENJAMIN ZANDER
A masterful guide to unleashing your creativity, The Art of Possibility will teach you how to see possibility all around you.
Why Buddhism is True
BY ROBERT WRIGHT
Combining psychology, philosophy, and even evolutionary biology, Wright makes a compelling case for how a little bit of mindfulness can lead to a much more compassionate society as a whole.