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5 Books You Simply Must Read Right Now

Books Must Read

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We’ve all found ourselves with more free time on our hands than ever before, and a great way to pass the time is by reading and expanding your own knowledge. With traditional book clubs out of commission during quarantine, Christian Business Men’s Connections has collected a list of the best books to read while quarantine continues.

1. No-Fail Communication: 13 Workplace Communication Problems and How to Fix Them by Michael Hyatt
Communication in the workplace can easily falter, which creates a domino effect of frustration and confusion for future projects and tasks. Make discussions and understanding clear and precise with this book from Michael Hyatt. We’ve found this book particularly helpful during our remote work as we adjust to communicating without face-to-face contact.

2. Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders
J.Oswald Sanders outlines the classic and timeless principles of leadership through His teachings with examples from men of God, such as Moses, Nehemiah, Paul, David Livingstone, and Charles Spurgeon. Sanders posts that natural leadership abilities are God-given, and those with promising skills will only reach their full potential with His teachings.

3. The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
Gladwell’s debut book explains the science behind the magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior reaches the threshold to exploding into a phenomena and spreading across the world. Rethink the way you view viral trends, business, marketing, and human behavior.

4. The 21 Most Powerful Minutes in a Leader’s Day by John Maxwell
Not every man is born a leader, but every man can become a leader by learning and sharpening a collection of skills. Maxwell’s book provides a daily plan to help you nurture those skills to better your life spiritually, personally and professionally.

5. Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us by Seth Godin
It’s human nature to seek out groups of those who share our beliefs, be they religious, ethnic, economic, political, or even musical. These tribes we long to be a part of don’t come with leadership naturally, so it’s up to the people with a passion to make a difference and lead. Godin’s book demystifies the process of rallying employees, customers, investors, and more around an idea.

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