Welcome to our Recommended Reading section. We include business and thought leadership books that are inspirational and informative. We also include compelling novels, biographies and historical reads for your enjoyment.
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TRACTION – Gino Whitman. The best cookbook for getting any business on the right business operating system.
Ready to be a Thought Leader? – Denise Brosseau. Business guide book.
The Carrot Principle – Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton. Recognition and Reward business book.
Mastering the Rockefeller Habits – Verne Harnish. Bestselling business book.
Do Cool Sh*t – Miki Agrawal. Business book about how to start your own business.
Business Insights – David O’Neal, Steve Gerst PhD, Sharyl Prom. A retailer’s toolbox of data.
Thinking Styles – Robert Sternberg. Business book about how people learn.
Same Words, Different Language – Barbara Annis. Business book about gender styles.
Got Your Attention? – Sam Horn. Business book about Creating Intrigue to Connect with Anyone.
Contagious – Jonah Berger. Making content go viral.
Books for Pleasure:
The Underground Railroad – Colson Whitehead. On everyone’s top 10 list for 2016.
All the Names – Jose Saramago. A classic from a master story teller.
Provinces of Night – William Gay. William Faulkner would welcome Gay as his peer.
Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell. Inventive, great read.
The Romanovs – Simon Sebag Montefiore. Author of Jerusalem. Great read spanning 1613 – 1918.
The March – E. L. Doctorow. Sherman’s march at the end of the Civil War. A must read.
Bone by Bone – Peter Matthiessen. Among DW’s top 5 of all time.