Blog Update: Reading Lists

February 1, 2011

[] 2011 Reading List

There are fun things happening behind the scenes here at [], and I can’t wait to show you what we’re working on. Until then, I wanted to point out a small thing you might have already noticed – reading lists!

As you’ve probably realized from my extreme book geekery, reading and learning new things is my biggest passion. And inspiring someone else – namely, you – to learn something new? Or to pick up a book, perhaps? Even better.

I know it doesn’t include the blog articles or magazine features or ebooks that I read, but I did keep track of all of the ‘book’ books I read throughout 2010. It started as a way for me to remember and look back upon what I had read and learned, but as time went on it turned into more. It led to your suggestions of related books I might enjoy. It sparked discussions. It provided value to me, and provided me a way to give value to you. It built up relationships.

Basically, it rocked. Keeping track of and publicizing my reading list will now forever be something I take the time to do.

There is now a permanent link at the top of this site to my 2011 Reading List. At the bottom of that page is the archived 2010 Reading List, if you’re interested in taking a peek.

I hope you enjoy it. I hope you find, upon glancing through it, at least a smidgen of something that helps.

And then I hope you come back here and let me know what I am always interested to know – what are YOU reading?


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  • Danny King

    Right now I am reading “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking when Stakes are High” by Kerry Patterson. One reason is I am looking into being more involved in my community politics and I want to be able to clearly communicate in those “crucial conversations” that may come up along the way. I am learning a lot and hopefully can practice and get better at this skill.

    • Annie Sorensen

      Danny, high-five for your discipline, Crucial Conversations isn't the most entertaining of books. :) Thanks for stopping by and sharing, I appreciate it!

  • jorgstyle

    Currently reading Tribal Leadership by Dave Logan – amazing book on leadership and cultures.

    • Annie Sorensen

      Cool, Jorg. Read any great fiction lately?

      • tylerjorgenson

        I just finished reading The Catcher in the Rye. I've been reading a lot of classic fiction. Here's a link to my 2010 reading list.…/

  • Daniel Decker

    I'm currently reading “Necessary Endings” by Henry Cloud (about things we have to give up in order to move forward). Very good.

    • Annie Sorensen

      Not familiar with that one, Daniel, will have to check it out. Thanks!

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