Independent in All Things, Neutral in Nothing
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Before we completely leave 2010 behind, I wanted to take a retrospective look at my year in reading. I started tracking the books I read in 2009, after reading Louis L’Amour’s Education of a Wandering Man. Read the rest of this entry »
Written by Russell S.
January 2, 2011 at 7:59 pm
Posted in Education
Tagged with Peter Drucker, Plato, Charles Dickens, Christmas Carol, Colleen DeBaise, Life of the Mind, John Keegan, George Washington, Rules of Civility, Paul Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Steve Leveen, James Schall, Louis L'Amour, Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life, Education of a Wandering Man, Gorgias, Hamlet, C.S. Lewis, Churchill, Hondo, Valley of the Sun, Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook, American Civil War, To Build a Fire, Jack London, Personal Memoirs, As a Man Thinketh, Jams Allen, World of Keys, Dave Ingram K4TWJ, 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John C. Maxwell, Walk in the Woods, Bill Bryson, Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid, Art of Thinking, Ernest Dimnet, Millionaire Mind, Thomas Stanley, Iron Will, Orison Swett Marden, Low Profile Amateur Radio, Al Brogdon, W1AB, Riders of the Purple Sage, Zane Grey, Case for Greatness, Robert Faulkner, Your Brain at Work, David Rock, Never Eat Alone, Keith Ferrazzi, Soul of the Firm, William Pollard, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, John Muir, Story of My Boyhood and Youth, Stories of the Sea, Diana Secker Tesdell, Joan of Arc, Mary Gordon, Combat Conditioning, Matt Furey, Swim With the Sharks, Harvey Mackay, Autobiography, Theodore Roosevelt, Believe, Dan Zadra, Kobi Yamada, Kristel Wills, Jessica Phoenix, Management Cases, Manhunt, James L. Swanson, Influence, Robert Cialdini, Art of Manliness, Brett McKay, Kata McKay, SuperPuppy, Peter Vollmer, Revelation of St. John the Divine, Winning, Jack Welch, Getting to Plan B, John Mullins, Randy Komisar, Beyond the Great Snow Mountains
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