BOB KNIGHT

Interesting read on a life in spent coaching basketball from Coach Knight. As you might expect, Coach Knight holds nothing back. Great read for all coaches and fans of basketball.
*4 STARS

ERIK LARSON

One of my favorite authors. This book details the events taking place in Hitler’s Germany in the early 1930’s and is seen through the lens of an American Ambassador’s family. Great read for all those who love history.
*4 STARS

MIKE KRZYZEWSKI

An excellent read and resource for all coaches and people in leadership positions. Highly recommend this book as it provides numerous strategies to achieve success in sports, business, and life.
*5 STARS

ADRIAN WOJNAROWSKI

This book chronicles a championship season for legendary high school basketball coach, Bob Hurley, and his St. Anthony Friars. Great read for all basketball junkies.
*4 STARS

JON GORDON

by Jon Gordon—One of my favorites. Excellent book that teaches us 10 rules that will help us build positive relationship at home, at the office, and with our teams by using positive energy. Another must read.
*5 STARS

JON GORDON

An excellent book that tells the tell of an undrafted football player trying to find his way in life and onto the team. This is a must read for all coaches, leaders, and anyone wanting to become the best.
*5 STARS

EBEN ALEXANDER

In this book the author discusses with the reader his near-death experience and how it turned him from a non-believer to a believer. It is especially interesting given his background and life’s work as a neurosurgeon.
*3 STARS

STEVE SIEBOLD

An absolute must read. Should be required reading for high school students. This book helped me realize what separates the middle class and the world-class. One of my favorite books I’ve read this year.
*5 STARS

JON GORDON, DAN BRITTON & JIMMY PAGE

Inspiring book on how one simple word can change your life. This book is a great and quick read. The authors teach you how to choose your “one word” and how it will change your life.
*4 STARS

CHRIS HERREN

A very honest and often brutal account of how a top recruit & NBA talent wound up addicted to drugs. Interesting and inspiring read.
*4 STARS

DEL HARRIS

Good, quick read on how to help individuals and teams maximize leadership potential. The book includes numerous examples from Del’s legendary coaching career as well as practical examples for all walks of life.
*3 STARS

JON KRAKAUER

Phenomenal account of Pat Tillman’s life, decision to enlist, tragic death, and the stunning actions of the Bush Administration and Military. Favorite book of the year so far. Left me deeply impressed with who the real Pat Tillman was.
*5 STARS

KEN SEGALL

Fascinating look at Steve Jobs and how his philosophy of simple revolutionized the world. The ideas presented in this book are applicable to all walks of life. Definitely recommended reading. Does get dry at some points but overall a good read.
*3 1/2 STARS

MAX BROOKS

I am a huge fan of The Walking Dead, so this is something I had to read. For all of you zombie fans, it is worth reading. I found some of the stories to be a bit boring, but overall it was a fun read.
*3 STARS

RALPH HELFER

I recently read this for the 2nd time while on vacation. My favorite animal book by far. Better than Marley and Me. If you’re an animal lover, especially elephants, this is a must read. Highly recommend this for vacation or travel reading.
*5 STARS