Book Recommendations I read 50+ non-fiction books a year -- it's where I find ideas to help my clients grow their business. I get them (free!) out of my local library. Below are the ones I read this past month. (Note: To comply with FTC regulations, as an Amazon Associate I earn a commission if you order any from the links below.)
Untapped Talent: How Second Chance Hiring Works for Your Business and The Community There is a labor shortage in the US. Author Jeffrey Korzenik makes a compelling case for how certain people with criminal records can fill the gap.
Why Motivating People Doesn't Work ... And What Does My job as a coach is to help people discover their own motivation. This book lets leaders know how do this on an organizational level by promoting Choice, Connection and Competence.
The Watchmaker's Daughter: The True Story of World War II Heroine Corrie ten Boom Corrie ten Boom literally saved many lives through her WW2 Dutch resistance and subsequent efforts, which she attributed all to her unshakable Christian faith.
How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question Need a discourse on philosophical approaches to problems? Comedy writer Michael Schur (who created a show I admit I have never watched called The Good Place) will have you ponder right vs. wrong thoughts and actions while having you laugh out loud in the process.
Never Finished: Unshackle Your Mind and Win the War Within Need a boost to your self-motivation? David Goggins, author of the best-seller Can't Hurt Me, has completed astounding physical achievements that may inspire you to take on more.