This is one of those classic books that is very polarizing. Some people rave about it, some people think it is a manipulation handbook. In this episode, Joe and I get to bottom of what this book is really all about. Click here for what might be favorite episode of Bookworm to date.
I love Patrick Lencioni, but I had mixed feelings about this book. There’s some great stuff here to be sure, but I feel like it could have been a lot better. Click here for my complete audio thoughts.
I was pleasantly surprised by this listener recommendation. This book is a great blend of entertainment, science, and story. If you want a fresh take on the “I’m too busy” theme, click here.
A book about Gospel-driven productivity? Sounds right in my wheelhouse. Unfortunately, I had a couple of major issues with this book. If you want to hear my rants, click here.
This book impacted me deeply. It’s not an easy book to read, but some books are worth the struggle. This is one of those. I highly encourage you to read it yourself, but if you want the cliffnotes version, click here.
I’ve lost count of the number of times the books I’ve read have referred to Flow. This is a landmark book in the productivity space, and it’s about time we covered it for Bookworm. If you want to learn more about how to “get in the zone,” click here.
Don’t be fooled by the title, this book is deep. It was written a long time ago, but there’s a lot of practical information here on how to get the most out of the time you spend reading. For the full shownotes, click here.