3 Books Worth Reading

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

We have more choices then ever to continue our learning.
From the daily tweets we read, the facebook updates that we skim, and the many blog post we read. Options are not limited when it comes to our ongoing education.

But, all the options listed above, feel like the fast food of learning. Quick and cheap seems good at the time but is not a plan for sustainability.

The constant in my path learning continuos to be books.
They seem to be the feast that I am looking for.

Books provide the sustainability of learning.
Just like our favorite meals cooked by our favorite cooks, books have been well thought out, prepared, and given enough time to cook.
Let’s eat!

Here are 3 books worth reading:

1. David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell

David and Goliath (10/1/13) By Malcolm Gladwell
Sometimes the greatest advantage seems to be your greatest weakness.

This book will challenge you to think about how much is too much and how the things that we think hinder us can propel us to our greatest victories.

2. I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi


A 6-week personal finance program for 20-to-35-year-olds.

3. The Willpower Instinct


This book is referenced upon the strong recommendation of Shaun King. He has mentioned it several times which means it is worth our time. I am a couple of chapters in and I have to agree with him.

What books have you been reading to continue learning?



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Kyle Reed

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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • brianfalexander

    Right now i’m reading, “The Screwtape Letters” by C.S. Lewis, “Who Do You Think You Are” by Mark Driscoll, and “Generous Justice” by Tim Keller.