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You ever go to a conference and hear about some books that you must read? They sound amazing! So write the name down. And never buy them.

Me, too. So here’s a book list (in no particular order) in case you’ve misplaced yours:

Chamber Of Commerce Book Recommendations

General Leadership

Business Books

As a chamber of commerce, your members/clients/customers/investors are businesses. If you want them to come for you for advice, then I recommend these books to become a better business resource.

Other Personal Growth Books I liked

  • The Coming Jobs War by Jim Clifton, Chairman of Gallup – while it may not be as timely now that it’s here, I found this book to be really interesting as I didn’t previously understand how jobs affect our country’s GDP, and just how vital small businesses are for creating local jobs.
  • The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin – a powerful letter to help you understand the history & culture of black individuals in the 60s.
  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki – a staple in the financial industry, I think it’s so popular because he was able to do a good job of sharing great life advice while still telling a story.
  • Financial Freedom: A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need by Grant Sabatier – Frankly, retirement books will likely start to sound repetitive the more you read them, but this one just really resonated with me.
  • 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran & Michael Lennington
  • Stress Free Retirement – Patrick Kelly
Love to read? I’d like to start a page of “book summaries” so we don’t all have to read all the books! Click here to contribute a short book summary.
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