Books I Read in 2015

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Books I read in 2015

  1. Talk Like TED – Carmine Gallo
  2. Start With Why – Simon Sinek
  3. Gods & Warriors – Michelle Paver
  4. The Forgotten Legion – Ben Kane
  5. The Silver Eagle – Ben Kane
  6. Eat That Frog – Brian Tracy
  7. The Gifts of Imperfection – Brene Brown
  8. The Road To Rome – Ben Kane
  9. The 4 Hour Work Week – Tim Ferriss
  10. Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki
  11. The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts – Gary Chapman
  12. One Minute Millionaire
  13. The Motivation Manifesto – Brendan Burchard
  14. The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It –  Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.
  15. The New Psycho-Cybernetics – Maxwell Maltz edited by Dan S. Kennedy
  16. E-Myth – by Michael Gerber
  17. The Life-changing Art of Tidying – Marie Kondo

My reading list for 2016:

  1. Made To Stick – Chip Heath
  2. Scrum – Jeff Sutherland
  3. Lean In – Sheryl Sandberg
  4. Black Box Thinking – Matthew Syed
  5. Work Rules – Laszio Bock
  6. Extreme Ownership – Jocko Willink
  7. Tribes – Seth Godin
  8. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey
  9. The Success Principles – Jan Canfield
  10. Legally Branded – Shireen Smith
  11. Will It Make The Boat Go Faster – Harriet Beveridge
  12. Launch – Jeff Walker
  13. Virtual Freedom – Chris Ducker
  14. Brand Relevance – David Aaker
  15. Get Things Done – Robert Kelsey
  16. Rising Strong – Brene Brown
  17. Hooked – Nir Eyal
  18. Bones of the Hills – Conn Iggulden
  19. Dissolution: Shardlake, Book 1 –  C. J. Sansom
  20. Pour Your Heart Out – Howard Shultz
  21. The Chimp Paradox – Prof Steve Peters
  22. Quantum Creativity
  23. The Virgin Way – Richard Branson
  24. An Inspector Calls – by: J. B. Priestley
  25. The Cake Shop in the Garden – by Carole Matthews
  26. Becoming Steve Jobs-  by Brent Schlender
  27. Like a Virgin – Richard Branson
  28. How Brands Grow – Byron Sharp
  29. Sane New Word – Ruby Wax
  30. Brands Mean Business
  31. The One Thing – Gary Keller
  • AITCo Consulting

    Rich Dad, Poor Dad is a good book and one I would recommend too. There is one book that isn’t on your list that Is a must read…..The Inner Game of Golf By W.Timothey Gallwey. You are probably thinking what has Golf got to do with business and I thought exactly the same thing until I saw past the topic of golf, and used what was being said in to how I could improve my inner self belief and mind control. I’ve done it before, frozen on the 1st Tee praying that the ball isn’t going to go way off course and hit a guy on the head waiting to tee off on the 6th hole next to us!!!! lol

    • Sophie Jewry

      So many fab books. Psycho Cybernetics had a quite a few references to golf 🙂 So much learning to absorb! I’m on book 3 for this year now – on target or my 30 books! 😉