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?

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Latest Activity: Feb 12

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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

Have you read Wisdom Meets Passion?

Started by Jason Pockrandt. Last reply by Jordan Peterson Jul 7, 2014. 1 Reply

I am working through it currently and would like to share some ideas on the material. Let me know who is with me. Continue

Anyone reading or have read John Maxwell?

Started by Leta Muncie. Last reply by Jordan Peterson Jul 7, 2014. 2 Replies

Hi all,I just joined this group.  Leaders are Readers.  Have any of you read John Maxwell?  He has authored and or co-authored 79+ books.  Awesome writer and leader in business and personal…Continue

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Comment by Darren Everett on February 3, 2014 at 1:24am
Quick reminder-if you send a blank email to:
Reading@48days.com you will receive an auto response containing a link to Dan's reading list.

Another dynamite resource is Glenn Beck's Book list. Little less on the self help side and more aimed towards history and current events.
Comment by Darren Everett on February 3, 2014 at 1:21am
One of my goals for 2014 is to read 50 books. That's one a week, which sounds like a lot but I am a professional truck driver and have the advantage of being able to listen to Audiobooks frequently.

Currently I am reading "How to think like Leonardo Da Vinci" by Gelb. For the year so far I have also read/listened to:

Shop Class as Soulcraft
Wake Up and Live by Dorothea Brand
No More Mondays... By some guy we all know

How many of you have perused Dan's recommended reading list? Between his list and Dave Ramsey's list there is enough knowledge to give anyone an enormous boost.

Read on!

Comment by Ricky Richardson on November 1, 2013 at 9:42am

Just finished reading Andy Andrews book "The Travellers Gift".  Great book.  Good leadership and success principles.


Comment by Tim Geisinger on March 26, 2013 at 12:55am
I'm on page 95 of "Ender's Game", a science fiction hit, in my opinion. I'm also re-reading "Time management for unmanageable people"--a book written for more right brained thinkers.
Comment by DD Booth on December 10, 2012 at 5:31pm

I love to stop by here and pick up ideas my next book to read.  I just completed How To Live on 24 Hours a Day by Arnold Bennett.  I'm a time management fanatic so this provided a good kick in the pants.  This is an old book in the Public Domain, a short easy read.  I downloaded the audio on Librivox.  If you are not familiar with Librivox this is a project to transform all the books in the public domain into audio.  Lots of good stuff out there!

Comment by Tim Geisinger on December 8, 2012 at 9:48am

I'm reading Jeff Olson's e-book (after listening to the abridged version on CD) "THE SLIGHT EDGE." Every decision we make is a slight edge decision, for good or ill/bad. Ex. If I choose to do the uncomfortable of jogging today, instead of no exercise, I have made a slight edge decision for good. Tomorrow, if I choose not to exercise I have made a slight edge decision for ill/bad.

Comment by David Creel on October 9, 2012 at 9:34pm
I'm going to reread The magic of thinking big again.
Comment by Mary Lawson on October 8, 2012 at 9:07pm

Is anyone going to re-read a book from their 2012 list before the year is over?  I will read the Travelers Gift  again before the end of 2012. 

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Comment by Rob Orr on October 6, 2012 at 9:35am

Good question Doug!

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.


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