Book Club Reading Group


Book Club Reading Group

Leaders are readers!

What are you reading right now that you'd like to discuss? What's on your reading list for 2012?

Members: 151
Latest Activity: Jun 13

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For the best experience in this group, take a look at this video from Kent Julian of the Write It Forward Group. If we all heed this advice, we'll have more cohesive conversations about each book or topic.


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Great Book

Started by Carl Marquardt Jun 13. 0 Replies

One of the books I am currently reading is Who We Are is How We Pray by Dr. Charles J. Keating.  This is the best book I have read on explaining your Myers-Briggs personality. It also explains how it…Continue

15-Invaluable Laws of Growth

Started by Leta Muncie. Last reply by Leta Muncie Apr 26. 1 Reply

Hi all,Are there any persons in this group who would be interested in doing a group read on the 15-Invaluable Laws of Growth; by John Maxwell? I've read through it a couple of times and would love to…Continue

Excited to find this group and my current read

Started by Andrew Palmer Jan 31. 0 Replies

I am so excited to find this group!!! I'm currently reading Dianna Booher's What More Can I Say? …Continue

Reading vs. Listening

Started by Jordan Peterson Jul 7, 2014. 0 Replies

So we've all heard how important it is to read books. Leaders are readers, right?Anyway, I think I've found that listening to them has really helped me listen to more books then I'd have ever read.…Continue

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Comment by DOUGLAS COLLIER on October 4, 2012 at 4:43pm

I often like to see personal development techniques in books that are...well, a little off the beaten path.  Don't get me wrong: I like Dale Carnegie as much as the next guy.  But I can only take so much Dale Carnegie.  I think we can learn these life lessons from a variety of literary genres - for me, most recently re-reading my all-time favorite novel, David Copperfield by Charles Dickens.  I wonder if others have learned many different lessons in development, personal finance, and other areas from even the most unexpected of genres.

Comment by Eric S. Mueller on August 28, 2012 at 4:53am

I recently finished Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. That was a very unique man. I would love to have his passion and ability to design great gadgets. 

When I finished that, I started "The Power of the Prophetic Blessing" by John Hagee. It's a review copy, and I need to post my review by the end of the week.

Comment by Kevin Lageer on June 9, 2012 at 6:41am

I just finished reading Bonhoeffer by Metaxis; Two things: really made me stop and think about what would I do if my national leadership went sideways; is our current "church" really about the gospel or about 'the mission'.

Comment by David Creel on June 3, 2012 at 5:20pm
Reading Platform now. 1/2 way through it. So far it's very good, and my take away is there's a ton on info!

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Comment by Rob Orr on June 3, 2012 at 7:02am

I'm reading it now Jonathan - I'm enjoying it quite a bit. The biggest thing for a book like this is to get solid take-aways and formulate next actions.

Comment by Jonathan Casillas on June 2, 2012 at 8:47pm

who here has read Platform by Michael Hyatt. I myself love the book wondering what others think....

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Comment by Rob Orr on April 26, 2012 at 11:22am

Hi Douglas - I created a thread for discussion on QBQ - I want to hear more about it, I've not read it yet myself.

Comment by DOUGLAS COLLIER on April 26, 2012 at 10:51am

Reading through QBQ.  Each chapter presents a lesson or words of advice.  I write each one down on a piece of paper and post it in my station at work.  I don't put up a new one until I feel like I have the current one licked.  Right now I'm on QBQ#10.

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Comment by Rob Orr on April 26, 2012 at 9:40am

Absolutely Chris! I've got a TON of books on audio book too, in addition to Kindle, regular books. So, start a thread on the book - or books - you'd like to talk about!

Comment by Tim Tindle on April 1, 2012 at 10:32am

Hi All,

I have just finished "The Transition"by Dennis Niewoehner. good read and short, two things I like :)

I am currently working on "Ideaspotting" by Sam Harrison another great one for design and creative types or wanta bes like me ;) 


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