Here are the seven best books I read in 2015.
- The Wright Brothers. The Wright Brothers. It’s a story about creativity, business, determination and history from an author who knows how to write. You won’t be disappointed.
- The Martian. You know how they say the book is better than the movie. That’s true here for sure. I laughed out loud on an airplane more than one time reading this.
- The Quartet. American history might be my favorite subject and Joseph J. Ellis might be my favorite history writer.
- The Customer Rules. I launched a new company last year and I’m trying to build it the right way. Lots of great ideas came from this book. The guy was a Vice President at Disney so he knows a thing or two about exceptional service.
- The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. Rachel Joyce won a lot of awards for this novel. You’ll understand why when you read it.
- 5 Gears: How to Be Present and Productive When There’s Not Enough Time. Jeremie and Steve wrote an extremely practical book that can really change your life. That’s not hype.
- Revolutionary Summer. The summer of 1776 was like no other time in our history, but it reminds ms that our nation has been through much more trying times.
I highly recommend each of these books. In addition to reading the print versions, you might also want to check out the audio books. Audible.com will give you one for free when you use this link.