2018 Great Books Reading List - PhillipAndrewLA
2018 Reading List
Education Never Ends.
Here are the books that I read in 2018. There are some others that were reviewed via YouTube breakdowns. Whether you read, listen, or recap...always be growing and learning.
37 Ways to Boost Your Coaching Practice
Mini-Review: Great reading for coaches
Mini-Review: Lots of solid advice.
Mini-Review: I love me some good Stoic Philosophy so this is definitely a top read of the year.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck
Mini-Review: Extremely popular so I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I enjoyed it. Lots of Self-Help stuff. Great for people new to the genre.
The Price of Privilege
Madeline Levine, Ph.D
Mini-Review: A+ *TOP PICK* To all my parents out there...this is solid. Every kid is now an At-Risk kid...especially those growing up in households of $125k income or higher. Don't believe it? Pick up this incredible Read
The Art of Worldly Wisdom
Mini-Review: Love reading things from 1400s and seeing how they are relevant today. People don't change. Learn from our history.
His Needs Her Needs
William F. Harley, Jr.
Mini-Review: Very powerful book for relationships. If you are married and/or thinking about it, this is a great read. Highly recommend.
The Best of Bill
Mini-Review: For all my sober peeps. Cool, fast read
The 48 Laws of Power
Mini-Review: On every "must read list for business." It is a lot of book to digest, will definitley need to revisit in future.
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
Carol S. Dweck
Mini-Review: Good Stuff. Cool stories. More advanced in Self-Help world.
Talk Like Ted
Mini-Review: Great reference for people that want to step on stage one day and give a presentation.
Mini-Review: Marketing and Branding is not a huge passion of mine. This book not only gave great insight but also had homework assignments that really helped me this year. Thank you Jeremy.
Mini-Review: Cool Read. Enjoyed the 21 Grams experiments.
The Art of Living
Mini-Review: More Stoicism...I loved it. Easy read too.
Damn Good Advice
Mini-Review: Super cool. Lots of design history and fascination from 60s, 70s. Loved it.
Harvard Business Review
Mini-Review: Good, easy, part of a series.
When Breath Becomes Air
Mini-Review: I have read a handful of "last book before someone died" books...they never disappoint for perspective into one of the great fears of life: Death.
Are You Up for The Challenge
Mini-Review: I really enjoyed this book that came from a recommendation from my cousin. I was able to get connected with Rod and am looking forward to working with him in the future.
Mini-Review: Jon spoke at the LA Mens Retreat which is a group I belong to. (LA Men's Group) He was a solid guy, really enjoyed his wisdom, and appreciate the way he bundles Motivation into a fictional story. I don't read much fiction, but if more was like this one, I could get behind them.
Men Explain Things to Me
Mini-Review: Rebecca is normally given the honor of coining the term "Mansplaining." Lots of Feminism talk rolling around out there and I thought it was important to know what I don't know. Glad I picked it up.
12 Rules for Life
Mini-Review: Almost comical that I have Peterson and Solnit back to back on this list. I am a Peterson guy. Honestly. I love a lot of what he has to say. I enjoy much of his thought process. Great book.
Books I’ve Previously Read that I watched recap videos on to get reacquainted with material.
Clark ‘Danger’ Kegley
both do a great job with these.
How to Win Friends and Influence People (Recap Video)
Mini-Review: Classic, Must Read
The Fountainhead (Recap Video)
Think and Grow Rich (Recap Video)
Mini-Review: Self-Help Classic
The 4-Hour Work Week (Recap Video)
Mini-Review: Very popular. I don't think I will ever work a 4-hour workweek...and neither does Tim. hahah.
The One Thing (recap video)