Here’s the July New York Times Business Books Best Sellers List – Grit by Angela Duckworth still at #1


GritHere is the July Business Books Best Sellers list from the New York Times. For the second month in a row, Grit by Angela Duckworth sits at the top spot. My colleague Karl Krayer will present his synopsis of this book at the July 8 First Friday Book Synopsis. (Yes, the 2nd Friday of July, because of the holiday).

By the way, we have an author-autographed copy of Grit to give away on July 8. (Thanks, Ms. Duckworth).

There are some new books on this list this month, but we are still represented well with our First Friday Book Synopsis selections.   We’ve selected five of the 10 on this month’s list at our monthly event: I have presented synopses of Outliers, The Power of Habit, and Originals, and after next Friday, Karl will have presented synopses of Grit and Thinking, Fast and Slow.

maybe a future selection for the FFBS
maybe a future selection for the FFBS

I think I’ll take a good look at The Inevitable for a future session. The author’s current job is “Senior Maverick” of Wired, How cool is that?!

Here’s the list for July. Click on over the to the New York Times to read a little more about each of these books, with links to reviews for some of them.

#1 Grit by Angela Duckworth
#2 Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
#3 Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
#4 The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
#5 Self-Made by Nely Galán
#6 The Inevitable by Kevin Kelly
#7 The Rise and Fall of Nations by Ruchir Sharma
#8 Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
#9 Originals by Adam Grant
#10 The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishin Lakhiani

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