Jay Onrait

I read because as much as I love film and television, and documentaries, and Facebook, and Twitter and Snapchat, and my abacus . . . More

Dan Harris

I used to read to lead a lot of fiction, mostly for the escape—to be transported to other places and times. More

Freakonomics

Multimillion-copy bestseller that helped launch a wave of interest in behavioral economics and statistics. More

Dave Ramsey

When young leaders in my organization ask me what they can do to grow, my first response is always pretty obvious: read! More

Kitchen Confidential

New York Times bestseller that helped launch a wave of interest in chefs and the culinary arts. More

Barbarians at the Gate

Considered one of the best business narratives ever written, it changed the way business stories are told. More

Flow

The psychology classic that explored creativity and happiness. More

Good to Great

One of the most influential management bestsellers; explores how companies transition from average to extraordinary. More

Longitude

Story of an epic scientific quest, which won British Book of the Year in 1997. More