Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Suggested Books from Leadership & Liberty

The Leadership & Liberty books contains blog posts from Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward. It's an okay book but what I like the most about the authors is that they are providing a list of suggested readings. The book they suggests are among the bests I have ever read and thought I would share it with you guys.

Attitude and Success
  • See You at the Top, Zig Zigglar
  • The Greatest Salesman in the World, Og Mandino
  • Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations On and Off the Cour, John Wooden
  • The Psychology of Winning, Dennis Waitley
  • Life is Temendous, Charlie "Tremendous" Jones
People Skills and Principles
  • How to Have Power and Confidence in Dealing With People, Les Giblin
  • How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie
  • Personality Plus, Florence Littaeur
  • Bringing Out the Best in People, Alan Lloyd McGinnis
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covery
  • It's Your Ship, Captain D. Michael Abrashoff
  • The Cycle of Leadership, Noel Tichy
  • The World's Most Powerful Leadership Principle, James C. Hunter
  • The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John C. Maxwell
  • Launching a Leadership Revolution, Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward
Historical Leadership Illustrations
  • The Founding Fathers on Leadership, Don T. Phillips
  • Scuttle your Ships Before Advancing, Richard Luecke
  • Churchill on Leadership, Steven Hayward
  • Character Counts, Os Guiness
  • The American Leadership Tradition, Marvin Olasky
The History of Liberty
  • The Future of Freedom, Fareed Zakaria
  • The 5000 Year Leap: The Miracle That Changed the World, W. Cleon Skousen
  • How the West was Lost, Alexander Boot
  • The Conservative Mind, Russell Kirk
  • The Passion of the Western Mind, Richard Tarnas
  • The Economy in Mind, Warren T. Brookes
  • Economics in one Lesson, Henry Hazlitt
  • The Making of Modern Economics, Mark Skousen
  • Human Action, Ludwig von Mises
  • Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand
Politics and Governance
  • Politics: Easy as P.I.E., Bob McEwen
  • The Revolt of the Masses, Jose Ortega y Gasset
  • The Road to Serfdom, F.A. Hayek
  • The Creature from Jekyll Island, G. Edward Griffin
  • Slouching Towards Gomorrah, Robert H. Bork
I have only read but a few of the books mentioned above. This list is for my own safekeeping as I'll be sure to pick those up and read them. How many of those books have you read?

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