Roy Kessel’s Miscellaneous Reading Recommendations for July through December 2016

Here are my best reading recommendations for July through December 2016 in the Miscellaneous category.

  1. Long Walk to Freedom–Nelson Mandela
  2. The Forgotten Trials of the Holocaust–Bazyler/Tuerkheimer
  3. Born a Crime–Trevor Noah
  4. Hurricane (Rubin Carter)–James Hirsch
  5. We Can All Do Better–Bill Bradley
  6. Everything Everything–Nicola Yoon
  7. The Power of One–Bryce Courtenay
  8. The Girl From Human Street–Roger Cohen
  9. Here’s The Deal:  Don’t Touch Me–Howie Mandel
  10. Official Book Club Selection–Kathy Griffin
  11. 700 Saturdays–Billy Crystal
  12. What the Dog Saw–Malcolm Gladwell
  13. Hot House: Life Inside Leavenworth–Pete Earley
  14. It’s Not Easy Being Me–Rodney Dangerfield

Roy Kessel’s Business/Leadership Reading Recommendations for January to June 2016

Here are my best reading recommendations for January to June 2016 in the Business/Leadership category.

  1. Crucial Accountability–Grenny, Patterson, Maxfield, McMillan and Switzler
  2. Blink–Malcolm Gladwell
  3. Influencer: The New Science of Leading Change–Grenny, Patterson, Maxfield, McMillan and Switzler
  4. David and Goliath–Malcolm Gladwell
  5. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People–Stephen Covey
  6. Tipping Point–Malcolm Gladwell
  7. Smarter, Better, Faster–Charles Duhigg
  8. Extreme Ownership–Jocko Willink/Leif Babin
  9. Outliers–Malcolm Gladwell
  10. Ben & Jerry’s: The Inside Scoop
  11. The Why Axis–Uri Gneezy/John List
  12. Amazon–One Click
  13. Excellence–John Gardner
  14. Internet of Things–Samuel Greengard