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TD’s Top 32 Reads of All-Time

“TD’s Top 32 Reads of All-Time”

By Todd Durkin, MA, CSCS

Today, I want to answer another very simple question that came up recently. And it comes up often from many different people:

What are the top books you have read on business & leadership and would recommend that we read?”

And instead of just answering this question as it pertains to business and leadership, I also included some other favorites as they relate to “personal & spiritual development.”  They are all connected, right?

So here are my Top 32 books read of all time:

  • Hard Hat (Jon Gordon)
  • Traction (Gino Whitman)
  • High-Performance Habits (Brendan Bouchard)
  • Relax into Wealth (Alan Cohen)
  • Pyramid of Success (John Wooden)
  • Think & Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)
  • How to Win Friends & Influence People (Dale Carnegie)
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Stephen Covey)
  • The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (Robin Sharma)
  • The Greatness Guide (Sharma)
  • The Four Agreements (Dom Miguel Ruiz)
  • The Power of Attitude (Mac Anderson)
  • Winning  (Jack Welsh)
  • The Bible
  • Start with the WHY (Simon Sinek)
  • One Minute Entrepreneur (Ken Blanchard)
  • The E-Myth (Michael Gerber)
  • Tribes (Seth Godin)
  • The Power of Full Engagement (Loehr & Schwartz)
  • Good To Great (Jim Collins)
  • The Speed of Trust (Stephen M.R. Covey)
  • Book Yourself Solid (Michael Port)
  • The Leader Without a Title (Sharma)
  • Training Camp (Jon Gordon)
  • The Seed (Jon Gordon)
  • Sun Tzu for Execution (Steven Michaelson)
  • The Four Hour Work Week (Timothy Ferriss)
  • The 10 X Rule (Grant Cardone)
  • Onward (Howard Schultz)
  • Delivering Happiness (Tony Hsieh)
  • The Little Book of Leadership (Gitomer)
  • The Compound Effect (Darren Hardy)

Not quite sure WHY 32. I just know these are my tops of all time. So choose one that you haven’t read yet and get reading. Or listening.

One great book per month. Or maybe even a book a week for the super motivated. But keep filling that mind with great information. You only need one game-changing idea a day to create powerful change in your life.

Happy Reading!


PS: If your favorite book is not on this list, feel free to post your favorite book in the comments below.


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