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Books Every Executive Should Read
What are the best business books of 2019? Rhett Power, Forbes contributor and founder of Power Coaching and Consulting, recommends several titles that may provide association leaders with valuable insights from some of the thought leaders in the business world. The first is "Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up." Author Jerry Colonna takes a Jungian approach mixed with Buddhist philosophies to help decision-makers achieve the "real you." The second is "Unstoppable: A 90-Day Plan to Biohack Your Mind and Body for Success" by Ben Angel. If you are eager to learn if nootropics and supplements will give you more energy and improve your everyday output, Power believes you'll find this book an interesting read.
 
Third, there is "Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley's Bill Campbell." Written by three authors, it details Campbell's principles for producing high-performing teams and changing lives. A fourth Power recommendation is "Dare to Lead" by Brené Brown. Power describes Brown's book as "an honest look at what it takes to lead with unrepentant authority, bravery, and integrity." Finally, there is Robert Glazer's "Elevate: Push Beyond Your Limits and Unlock Success in Yourself and Others." This book is for any leader who has been feeling stuck in his/her role and routines. "Elevate" aims to help the executive shed those feelings by honing their emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical capacities.
Forbes (08/01/19) Power, Rhett
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