It has been awhile since I have passed on my reading list. I have completed most of the books on the last “nightstand’ list and completed a few new ones that I will talk about in my next post.

Here is a list of what is on the nightstand right now starting with a few that have been there a few months. Remember, I normally am reading from 4-6 books at a time. Right now it is a much longer list. I am committed to finishing several of these books before starting another.

Here we go in no particular order:

1) People are Idiots and I can Prove It-Larry Winget-Sorry Larry, I may be one of the idiots. A bunch of good information but the flow just isn’t there for me. I’m not hanging onto the edge of my seat.

2) Beautiful Outlaw-John Eldredge. John is one of my favorite spiritual authors but this book is “deeper” than other books and is more theory and has less real life experiences. So far a little disappointed in this one but a good half book left.

3) I Am-Dr Wayne Dyer. This one just got lost in the shuffle. It is a children’s book and a great read for your children or grandchildren.

4) The Birth Order-Why You Are the Way You Are-Dr. Kevin Leman-good book and I am a student of birth order and psychology of how we think and act. Looking forward to finishing this one.

5) 52 Mondays-The One Year Path to Outrageous Success and Lifetime Happiness-Vic Johnson. I have been a student of Vic’s for years and this is another big hit. Loving reading some fantastic weekly advice. Don’t miss this one.

6) Best Practices are Stupid-Stephen Shapiro. Stephen is a leadership expert especially in the corporate world. So much information, it is not a quick read.

7) Creating Magic-Lee Cockerell. Walt Disney is a hero of mine and when I found a book from the former V.P. of Operations discussing leadership Disney strategies, I had to check it out. So far, so good . Only a few chapters in.

8) Power Thoughts-12 Strategies to Win the Battle of the Mind-Joyce Meyer. I have only read the first 50 pages but this may turn out to be my favorite Joyce Meyer book.

Grab some, grab ’em all but get reading !