It's hard enough to find the time to sit down and read, let alone the time to sift through books to find something worth reading. So let's save each other some time and share our "good reads." What animal- or career-rel
Edited by khillard, 6 years ago
This isn't career-rel
In the Company of Animals by James Serpell is fascinating. No other history book will give you as much insight into the history and motivations of Western society's relationships to its pets.
I'm reading While You're Here, Doc: Farmyard Adventures
There's a really funny story in there about a client's cat named Bugs who goes everywhere
I'm reading Dewey: The Small-Town
Over the past five years my life has changed significantly and for the better! The journey started with Louis Richmond and Mark Epstein and has been enlightening each step of the way since. I invite you to pick up any one of these books and see if they touch your life too. If I was in charge each one of these books would be on the curriculum in every public and private school. If we all learned these lessons as developing adults our world would be a better place. It may be late for "our" generation but not for the next one!
Personal Development and Communications:
Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD - Non Violent Communication
Eckhart Tolle - A New Earth
Don Miguel Ruiz - The Four Agreements
Louis Richmond - Work as a Spiritual Practice
A few quick reads for work and life!
John G. Miller - QBQ! The Question Behind The Question
and last but NOT least;
Roger Fisher and William Ury - Getting to Yes
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