Great Books


I am a book lover, in technical terms I'm a bibliophile. It means I love books...when I'm not doing something else I'm probably reading a book, and if you stop me on the street I usually have one or more books in my satchel.

I've created this page for you because I know that some of you don't get out to the bookstore often, and I know that everybody is always looking for a good book to read.

These are some of my personal recommendations. I own most of them, but not all of them, I've read a few from front to back, and some are shelved for reference.

I like to feed my mind with knowledge, wide and varied. I read everything from street signs, to medical fine print on the back of medical advertisements in magazines.

I'm a voracious reader, because I read somewhere that's one of the ways to become a better writer.

If you want to know more about how my mind works, and what I think, and what type of person I am am, just look at the sampling of books below. This is what I feed my mind when it's hungry for knowledge.

Rework by Jason Fried



No: The Only Negotiating System You Need For Work And Home By Jim Camp



How to Hire A-Players: Finding the Top People for Your Team - Even if You Don't Have a Recruiting Department By Eric Herronkohl

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change By Stephen R. Covey

Good to Great By Jim Collins

Developing the Leader Within You By John C. Maxwell

Linchpin: Are you indispensable? By Seth Godin


Come back often more great book recommendations are added all the time!


How to Become a Great Boss; The rules for getting and keeping the Best Employees by Jeffrey J. Fox



The Brand Called You: Create a personal brand that wins attention and grows your business By Peter Montoya with Tim Vandehey



The Talent Code: Unlocking the secret of skill in sports, art, music, math and just about anything By Daniel Coyle



The Learning Paradox: Gaining success and security in a world of change By Jim Harris



Influencing Powerful People: Engage and Command The Attention of  the Decision Makers to Get What You Need to Succeed By Dirk Schlimm