Books We Like

We suggest you borrow these from your local library, and hope you find them interesting.

Chestnuts

Be My Guest – Conrad Hilton
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living – Dale Carnegie
How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie
The Power of Positive Thinking -- Norman Vincent Peale
Who Moved My Cheese – Spencer Johnson

Financial & Life Planning

Make Money, Not Excuses – Jean Chatzky
Small Change: It’s the little things in life that make a big difference -- Susan and Larry Terkel
The Number -- Lee Eisenberg
The Overspent American – Juliet Schor
The Pig and the Python -- David Cork
Values Based Financial Planning -- Bill Bachrach
Millionaire Next Door--Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko

Personal Development, Career & Health

Healthy Aging, Andrew Weil, M.D.
In Praise of Slowness -- Carl Honore
Is It Too Late To Run Away And Join The Circus? -- Marti Smye
Learned Optimism -- Martin Seligman
Now, Discover Your Strengths – Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D.
Organizing From the Inside Out -- Julie Morgenstern
The Divided Mind – The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders – John E. Sarno, M.D.
A Whole New Mind--Daniel H. Pink; The Ultimate Gift--Jim Stovall

Business, Economics, Sociology

Freakonomics -- Steven Levitt
Generation Debt: why now is a terrible time to be young -- Anya Kamenetz
Supercapitalism: the transformatin of business, democracy and everyday life -- Robert Reich
The Culture Code -- Clotaire Rapaille
The e-Myth Revisited -- Michael Gerber
The Great Risk Shift – The Assault on American Jobs, Families, Health Care, and Retirement --And How You Can Fight Back -- Jacob S. Hacker
The Next Great Bubble Boom -- Harry Dent
The Tipping Point -- Michael Gladwell
The Treasure Hunt – Michael J. Silverstein
The World is Flat -- Thomas Friedman
War on the Middle Class -- Lou Dobbs
Winning – Jack Welch (with Suzy Welch)

Please feel free to let us know your own favorites! Maybe we can add some to the list.