I like finding obscure business books, biographies, and well-written historical pieces that read like narratives. I’m also constantly watching upcoming releases that fit these criteria. The list below is in release date order.
InteGRITy: My Slow and Painful Journey to Success
The wildly successful entrepreneur and the star of Undercover Billionaire has a book coming out in May. According to the sales page, Glenn Stearns will share many memorable anecdotes from his roller coaster life and career. The release date is May 23rd.
The subtitle provides a good hook; an unstoppable force has changed how we work and live. Gallup’s solution to the biggest leadership issue of our time. Jim Clifton is one of the authors, and I’m sure it’s well-researched.
Both authors will answer one of the questions: “How will you maintain your customers’ commitment when you’re struggling to create a culture of dedicated employees who build and strengthen relationships with those customers?” The release date is May 30th.
The Song of Significance: A New Manifesto for Teams
Is this the first book not focused on marketing by Seth Godin? This one will be released on May 30th.
The Butcher, the Embezzler, and the Fall Guy
My favorite book genre is narrative non-fiction, and some of my favorite titles include American Kingpin, (certainly) Bad Blood, Educated, Extraordinary Circumstances, and many others. I usually wait to push Buy Now, but I couldn’t help it. The release date is June 6th.
The Experience Mindset
Tiffani Bova has name clout and is the global growth evangelist at Salesforce. I’m intrigued to read what she says in her new June 6th book.
Billionaires’ Row: Tycoons, High Rollers, and the Epic Race to Build the World’s Most Exclusive Skyscrapers
“Deeply informative, delightfully entertaining, and addictively readable,” according to the author of Wizard of Lies. the release date is June 13th, 2023.
Rewired: The McKinsey Guide to Outcompeting in the Age of Digital and AI
I already have my hands on an advanced media copy of this title, as we’ll have one of the authors on the podcast to talk about this book. Its release date is June 20th.
Never Lose an Employee Again
This book on finding, getting, and keeping top talent will be released on June 27th.
The Mistakes That Make Us: Cultivating a Culture of Learning and Innovation
I’m a big Mark Graban fan, and I’ve already pre-ordered this title. Its release date is June 27th.
I predict this will be a best-selling book by the author of Steve Jobs, Leonardo da Vinci, and Benjamin Franklin. Isaacson’s book will be released on September 12th.
Astor: The Rise and Fall of an American Fortune
Katherine Howe is the co-author of Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty. We also had Katherine on the podcast to talk about this book. She’s teaming up again with Anderson Cooper with this title to be released on September 21st.
Same as Ever: A Guide to What Never Changes
This is the book I’m most anticipating. Morgan Housel is the author, and you’ve probably read his best-selling, The Psychology of Money. Morgan’s new book will be released on November 7th.
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