Recommended Reading

"Drink deeply from good books."

-John Wooden

Here you can find the books that I'm currently reading, in addition to what I'd recommend to any young leader. If you have any questions or want to discuss any of the titles here, feel free to write to me.

What I'm currently reading:

Tim Ferriss, Tools of Titans

Daniel Shapiro, Negotiating the Nonnegotiable

Manfred Kets de Vries, Mindful Leadership Coaching

Here's what I'd recommend you read:

My Most Recommended Books:

Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich

Robin Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Leadership Development:

Marshall Goldsmith, What Got You Here, Won't Get You There

Bruce D. Schneider, Energy Leadership

John C. Maxwell, The Five Levels of Leadership

Robin Sharma, Le Leader Sans Titre (Original English version: The Leader Who Had No Title)

John C. Maxwell, Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Team Building:

Michael Holley, War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team

James Kerr, Legacy

John Calipari and Michael Sokolove, Players First: Coaching From the Inside Out

Entrepreneurship & Business Development:

Alan Weiss, Million Dollar Coaching

Michael Port, Book Yourself Solid

C.J. Hayden, Get Clients Now!

Gary Vaynerchuk, Crushing It!

Steven Pressfield, The War of Art

Steve Chandler and Rich Litvin, The Prosperous Coach

Philip Delves Broughton, The Art of the Sale

Josh Kaufman, The Personal MBA


Michael Bungay Stanier, The Coaching Habit

Michael Neill, Supercoach: 10 Secrets to Transform Anyone's Life

Dr. Peter Jensen, Igniting the Third Factor

David Logan & John King, The Coaching Revolution


Justin Champion, Inbound Content

Seth Godin, This Is Marketing

John Jantsch, The Referral Engine

Miscellaneous Habits & Skills:

Doug Lemov, Erica Woolway & Katie Yezzi, Practice Perfect

David Allen, Getting Things Done

Elizabeth Grace Saunders, The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

David Chilton, The Wealthy Barber Returns

Doesn't Really Fit Anywhere Else, But Still A Great Read:

Viktor Frankl, Man's Search For Meaning

Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

Geoff Colvin, Talent Is Overrated

Michael Lewis, Moneyball