Jeff Lilley recommends 10!
Jeff Lilley's Ideal Bookshelf
Whew! What a great list. Thanks, Jeff! Thanks for introducing me to Humility.
Jason Pearson's picks for his ideal bookshelf:
Jason Pearson's Ideal Bookshelf
My son, Jason, posted his Top-11 books, including several he has created for clients (cover design, layout, branding, etc.) through CrossSection. His latest (the thin red one) is by Doug Fields and Jonathan McKee, with the hilarious title, Should I Just SMASH My Kid's Phone?
David Curry's Ideal Bookshelf
Notes on David Curry's top picks: "The Road Less Traveled has been a pivotal book in my life, I've read it over 20 times, and was the book that helped me begin to understand some of the pain and dysfunction in the world and how to deal with it. Theodore Rex is a wonderful and well written biography but also represents all the free life lessons I've gleaned from reading biographies of consequential men and women. Now Discover Your Strengths was a book the helped me find the language to explain why and how my gifts/talents/perspective are unique...in a good way. There aren't many more important issues than figuring out how you're wired and the context where you are best suited. Good to Great is another classic that represents a type of book that has helped me steer a more strategic and healthy path for those I lead. The Tipping Point was a book that really spoke to me, as much for the interesting use of story to bring facts to life as for it's main point - explaining how trends and social epidemics happen."
Paul Thompson's Ideal Bookshelf
Greg Anderson's Ideal Bookshelf
Ken Sutterfield's Ideal Bookshelf