101 Compelling Books to Ponder

Today I came across an interesting list that I think is worthy of at least a quick look.  It can be found on an unusual site: 

101 Best Books to Learn From


Book fallOne of the most interesting things about the list of 101 books is that it includes both  great classics as well as other lesser known books. On the classics side, they include—Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, Amy Shlaes’ The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, and Peters and Waterman’s In Search of Excellence.

Lesser know titles include:  Suzy Welch’s 10/10/10, Seth Godin’s Tribes and W.J. King’s The Unwritten Laws of Business.

Lastly, they divide the list for reader’s ease of use, under these nine sub-categories (which all  have links to Amazon):  The Top Twenty, Management Skills, Effective Communication, Smart Investing, Professional Writing, Personal Finance, Negotiation, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.


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