Patrick Lencioni: Death by Meeting and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

In the past two days, I read two books by Patrick Lencioni: and . The books are quick reads — obviously. What might not be so obvious is the books are also entertaining, teaching in a form their author calls “a leadership fable.” In case you miss something along the way (not likely), the books … Continue reading “Patrick Lencioni: Death by Meeting and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team”

The Books I Read in 2012

I have a tradition of tracking the books I read. I also track the books I’m currently reading and books that I’ve discovered throughout the year that I’d like to read. This year I read a lot of novels. I also experimented with graphic novels and manga. I found one graphic novel that I absolutely … Continue reading “The Books I Read in 2012”

Sunriver Summer Vacation 2012, Day 4

Ashley and I biked to Bellatazza’s Caffe for morning coffee. Ashley completed her job training while I read more of Patrick Lencioni’s . I questioned whether I should be reading a management book on vacation, but maybe that’s the trade-off for not checking my work email today. After so much bicycling already this week, we … Continue reading “Sunriver Summer Vacation 2012, Day 4”

The Books I Read in 2011

These are the books I finished, started, put on my shelf, and found interesting in 2011. Read Books These are the books I finished reading in 2011. 33 David Brown recommended a video by Chris Martenson. Because of that, I found Martenson’s book, — it was the first book I bought after getting a Nook … Continue reading “The Books I Read in 2011”

The Books I Read in 2010

Finished Books These are the books I finished reading in 2010. Looks like I averaged one book every other week. 26 Brandie Kajino recommended reading something by Marcus Borg. looks like an interesting place to start. I bought this book December 12 and finished it three days later. When done, I felt dissatisfied that I … Continue reading “The Books I Read in 2010”

New Book Day

Today is a good day. I bought three books and discovered another. I started reading by Seth Godin, but quit because I was getting frustrated. Not because I didn’t like the book, but because I’d borrowed it from the library. Getting books from the library is a good way to save money, but I don’t … Continue reading “New Book Day”

Read Books

These are the books I finished reading in 2017: 8 , by Art Spiegelman. 7 , by Patrick Lencioni. 6 , by Rob Bell. 5 , by Patrick Lencioni. 4 , by Patrick Lencioni. 3 Continuing my Pat Lencioni reading binge, I read , by Patrick Lencioni. Books like this remind me why I enjoy … Continue reading “Read Books”