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How To Lead
In How to Lead, David Rubenstein interviews some of the world’s most influential people to find out what makes a great leader. Read leadership philosophies from Bill Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, and more.
In Atomic Habits, author James Clear offers practical strategies for achieving our goals by helping us focus on making small improvements each day. Clear advises not to think about that huge goal; but instead to focus on getting just 1% better each day.
The Five-Minute Journal
It’s easy to get caught up in life’s demands and overlook the little things we should take time to be thankful for. Enter The Five-Minute Journal. In just five minutes a day you can eliminate stress and anxiety by focusing on the things that are truly important to you.
This book laid out the foundation for our hiring process and guided us away from posting standard job descriptions and toward using scorecards to define the role each person has in our company. It has played a tremendous role in helping us build our team.
Toughness was a great combination of Jay Bilas’s real-life experiences with insight from some of the greatest minds in collegiate and professional athletics. If you are looking for an inspirational read that has input from some of the biggest names in sports, this book is it.
The Ideal Team Player
This is an excellent book for leaders trying to build a team of employees who share a common vision. Lencioni lays out what he considers to be the three virtues of the ideal team player in the form of a fable. Those virtues are: be humble, be hungry, and be smart.