More … to read … and see
With a brief note about what I found compelling in each.
Necessary Endings… what to give up to go forward
by Henry Cloud – 2011
Pruning old relationships, projects, and problems frees up new energy for new successes.
by Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative – 2015
Compelling true stories about winning justice for people of color; even better than Grisham’s, The Guardians.
by Sonia Purnell – 2019
A great true story about one of the best resistance fighters of WW II.
by Tod Bolsinger – 2018
Draws parallels from Lewis and Clark (canoeing up to the Rocky Mountains) and what that means for us when we enter uncharted territory.
by Robert A. Caro – 2019
Biographer of LBJ and Robert Moses (NYC developer). Tells how deeply flawed and biased men helped make gains for civil rights and equity.
by The Arbinger Institute – 2018
Short novel that illustrates how we can ‘get out of the box’ of distorted thinking by seeing others as they are rather than objects.
by Kim Scott – 2019
In your face book about solid communication skills: radical candor without being rude. Lots of great HR ideas.
by Timothy Egan – 2019
Journalist tells of the pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome with lots of stories and history.
Promised freedom and then kept a slave. She escaped, and went back again and again, to rescue others. She was determined to ‘live free, or die.’ She lived an incredible life of purpose.