2009 Reading List

A couple of days ago I posted a list of books that I completed in 2008.  Here’s the beginning of my reading list for 2009:

  • The Back of the Napkin – Dan Roam
  • Courageous Leadership – Bill Hybels
  • Axiom – Bill Hybels
  • Be Our Guest – The Disney Institute
  • Walking with God – John Eldredge
  • Sex:God – Rob Bell
  • First Impressions – Mark Waltz
  • The Deity Formerly Known as God – Jarret Stevens
  • Mavericks at Work – William Taylor & Polly Lebarre
  • The Truth About You – Marcus Buckingham
  • Why Work Sucks & How to Fix It – Cari Ressler & Jody Thompson
  • 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, updated edition – John C Maxwell
  • Communicating for a Change – Andy Stanley & Lane Jones
  • Tribes – Seth Godin
  • What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – Marshall Goldsmith
  • Uprising – Erwin McManus
  • Unleashing the Power of Rubber Bands – Nancy Ortberg
  • I am not but I know I AM – Louie Giglio
  • Blink – Malcolm Gladwell
  • Creating Community – Andy Stanley & Bill Willits
  • Fired Up or Burned Out – Michael Lee Stallard
  • The Encore Effect – Mark Sanborn

If you have some suggestions to help round out the list, please leave them in the comments section.

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2 Responses to “2009 Reading List”


  1. 1 Casey January 3, 2009 at 5:45 pm

    Hey Joey! I’m reading Axiom and Rubber Bands right now. Great reads! I’m moving quickly through Rubber Bands and really liking it. I’m moving slowly through Axiom. You can feel the wisdom oozing from it as you read. Let us know what you think of all these books as you read them.


  1. 1 Reading Update « Ever Heard of It? Trackback on December 28, 2009 at 7:35 am

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