In looking back on this past year and setting goals (and getting excited) for 2010, I wanted to share with y’all some of the best books I’ve read in 2009. There have been many that came close to this list, but I wanted to keep it short and sweet, and only share the 4 that I think are “game changers” for 2010. If you haven’t had a chance to read any of these books, click the links below to get yourself a copy. You won’t regret it. Cheers to 2009, and to a happy and blessed 2010!
“Organize Shmorganize” by Amy Kauffman
“I Will Teach You To Be Rich” by Ramit Sethi
“Crush It!” by Gary Vaynerchuk
“The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss
“All A Twitter” by Tee Morris – Still don’t understand what Twitter is? This is the book for you! Tee Morris (@teemonster), is an avid Twitter user who is simply just excited about Twitter and wants to tell you about it. Take a few minutes a day to laugh with him about his hilarious observations of how folks can correctly (and sometimes incorrectly) conduct themselves online. He also goes into a little technical detail that is helpful for the more “advanced” Twitter users out there.
“Better Dads, Stronger Sons” by Rick Johnson – Like most good books I’ve read this past year, this book was recommended to me by a friend. Written for fathers of sons (obviously), this book is very applicable for fathers of daughters (like myself, hence the reason I liked it so much). It reads like a conversation, in which Rick gives examples and details of how daddy’s can be more involved in the lives of their children, and the positive impact that it has both on the children, and on the parents. I am just now getting into reading parenting books, and I strongly recommend this book for fathers of any age, regardless of how old your children are.