One Book You Need to Dust Off and Give it a Go

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

There are books that sit on my shelf that I always look at and want to read again. I have decided to dust them off and give them a go again. First up, Malcom Gladwell’s book Tipping Point.

What is one book that you need to dust off and give it a read again?


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Kyle Reed is a connector looking to connect with others. A 20 Something that is blogging his way through life and looking to connect through community. Also a team member of the 8BIT Network and brand evangelist. Find me on twitter: @kylelreed, lets chat.
  • Laura anne

    The Irresistible Revolution by Shane Claiborne…

    • Kyle Reed

      Oh ya, that is a great great book.

  • Dustin

    Read The Tipping Point in January. Loved it!

    I need dust off Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters. A while back it got a hearty recommendation from Dave Ramsey.

    • Kyle Reed

      Interesting. I have not heard of that one.

  • Ben

    Almost finished with that one and then moving onto Outliers, currently reading “The Facebook Effect” which really explains how Facebook came to be.

    • Kyle Reed

      Who wrote the Facebook Effect?
      Not Jesse Rice book is it.

  • Aaron Shaver

    I really should re-read Mere Christianity by CS Lewis again. I’ve read it a half a dozen times already. But, the last time was about 5 years ago.

    I wonder if the first three chapters are still just as strong in light of the post-modern mindset of our culture now?

    • Kyle Reed

      Oh Mere Christianity is always a good read.
      Same with me, it has been about 5 years

  • austinklee

    I dust off “How to Win Friends and Influence People” about 3 times a year. Always a good reminder.