Books I Read in 2015
You all know we well enough to know that reading is a huge value to me. My family gets annoyed by the stacks of books that are piled up in my office and on my nightstand. I just can’t get enough. I buy books faster than I can read them.
Today I’m in Wisconsin visiting my sister and nephew. We got 8 1/2 inches of snow last night which is keeping us in for the day and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Piles of white outside the window, fireplace roaring, tea steaming in my mug and a good book in hand – rather idyllic!
But before I get lost in a book today, I thought I would share my favorite books from 2015. Here are my top 3 by category.
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
by Greg McKeown
A Failure of Nerve: Leadership in the Age of the Quick Fix
by Edwin Friedman
Managing Corporate Lifecycles Hardcover – September 14, 1999
by Ichak Adizes
Humility by Andrew Murray
by Brene Brown
Spiritual Growth/Christian Living
Overwhelmed: Winning the War against Worry
by Perry Noble
Breaking Busy: How to Find Peace and Purpose in a World of Crazy
by Alli Worthington
My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer
by Christian Wiman
The Complete Anne of Green Gables Boxed Set 8 Volumes
by Lucy Maud Montgomery
The Paris Wife
by Paula McLain
All the Light We Cannot See
by Anthony Doerrr
What are some of your favorite reads from this past year? Share with us!
What is your reading goal for 2016?
My goal every year is to read 52 books – one book a week and I like to read a variety of different categories. If you’ve never set a reading goal before, I encourage you to set one for this year and share it with us!
Let’s encourage each other to keep reading, learning and growing! Leaders are readers!