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What I Read In 2017

I am a big believer in the importance of reading. I like to mix reading fiction and nonfiction and I find that both help foster my own creativity. Here is my list of books that I finished in 2017.

If you have great recommendations from the books you read last year, send them my way. I am always interested in what others are reading too.

2017 Reading List.
1. Manitou Canyon, by William Kent Krueger
2. Night School, by Lee Child
3. The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin
4. 101 Things To Do Before You Die, by Richard Horne
5. Performing Under Pressure: The Science of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most, by Hendrie Weisinger and J.P. Pawliw-Fry
6. Face Off, edited by David Baldacci
7. Below The Belt, by Stuart Woods
8. Think And Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill
9. Silos, Politics, and Turf Wars: A Leadership Fable About Destroying the Barriers that Turn Colleagues Into Competitors, by Patrick Lencioni
10. The Big Thing: How To Complete Your Creative Project Even If You’re A Lazy, Self-Doubting Procrastinator Like Me, by Phyllis Korkki
11. Originals: How Non-Conformists Move The World, by Adam Grant
12. The Lost City of the Monkey God: A True Story, by Douglas Preston
13. Boards that Make a Difference: A New Design for Leadership in Nonprofit and Public Organizations, by John Carver
14. All The Gallant Men: The First Memoir By A USS Arizona Survivor, by Donald Stratton with Ken Gire
15. The Wisdom of the Enneagram, by Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson
16. Go Set A Watchman, by Harper Lee
17. The Opposable Mind: How Successful Leaders Win Through Integrative Thinking, by Roger Martin
18. Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior, by Ori and Rom Brafman
19. 15 Things You Should Give Up to Be Happy ,by Luminita Saviuc
20. The Lost Order, by Steve Berry
21. Norse Mythology, by Neil Gaiman
22. Heartbreak Hotel, by Jonathan Kellerman
23. Fast & Loose, by Stuart Woods
24. Total Wine & Spirits Complete Guide To Beer
25. Did Lincoln Own Slaves And Other Frequently Asked Questions About Abraham Lincoln, by Gerald J. Prokopowicz
26. Burial Hour, by Jeffery Deaver
27. That’s Why They Call It Practicing Law, by David Kempston
28. The Three Signs of a Miserable Job: A Fable for Managers (and Their Employees), by Patrick Lencioni
29. Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to be the Best…and Learn from the Worst, by Robert I. Sutton
30. Golden Prey, by John Sandford
31. Full Wolf Moon, by Lincoln Child
32. The Fix, by David Baldacci
33. No Middle Name, by Lee Child
34. A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life, by Brian Grazer and Charles Fishman
35. Dragon Teeth, by Michael Crichton
36. Indecent Exposure, by Stuart Woods
37. The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For, by David McCullough
38. The Five Dysfunctions Of A Team, by Patrick Lencioni
39. House of Spies, by Daniel Silva
40. The Wisdom of Crowds, by James Surowiecki
41. Barely Legal, by Stuart Woods
42. The Force, by Don Winslow
43. The Captain Class: The Hidden Force That Creates the World’s Greatest Teams, by Sam Walker
44. Use of Force, by Brad Thor
45. Matchup, edited by Lee Child
46. Born to Run, by Bruce Springsteen
47. The Most Dangerous Game, by Richard Connell (short story)(reread)
48. Deep Freeze, by John Sandford
49. Good To Great, by Jim Collins
50. Good To Great and The Social Sector, by Jim Collins
51. The Ethics of Coaching Sports: Moral, Social and Legal Issues, by Robert L. Simon
52. Unlocking the Keys to Creative Thinking, by Brad Withers
53. Most Dangerous Place, by James Grippando
54. Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, by Seth Godin
55. Sulfur Springs, by William Kent Krueger
56. End Game, by David Baldacci
57. Introduction to Sport Law (2nd ed.), by John Spengler, Paul Anderson, Daniel Connaughton, & Thomas Baker III
58. The Midnight Line, by Lee Child
59. Origin, by Dan Brown
60. Quick and Dirty, by Stuart Woods


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