The Lists Go On: More Summer Reading Lists

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I published my list of summer reading lists on June 7, 2021. Since then I’ve discovered four more great summer reading list. Before we get to them, though, here’s a pointer to Michael McKinney’s list of leadership books being released this month.

From Michael McKinney: First Look: Leadership Books for July 2021

“Here’s a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in July 2021. Don’t miss out on other great new and future releases not listed here.”

Michael also published a summer reading list.

From Michael McKinney: 10 Books You Should Read This Summer

“With a few extra hours of daylight, the summer is an ideal time to relax and read. Listed below are ten books released this year that will entertain, make you think, and improve your leadership. Pick at least three and take some time to make yourself better this summer.”

Bruce Rosenstein continues to amaze me with the depth and range of his lists of lists. Here’s his list of summer reading lists. If you can’t find something among them, you’re either not trying or overwhelmed by the number of possibilities.

From Bruce Rosenstein: 21 Curated Summer Book Lists for 2021

“So far, Summer 2021 thankfully looks different from this time last year. One similarity, though, is the prevalence of summer books lists. Continuing my tradition from last year and previous years, I’ve curated 21 of this year’s best summer books lists:”

Adam Grant’s list concentrates on new releases this summer.

From Adam Grant: The 12 New Leadership Books to Read This Summer

“Reading a great book is a great investment: in two hours, you can soak up the lessons that it took the authors at least two years to digest and distill. Here are some of the exciting new books to kick off the summer:”

Last, but definitely not least, that ole Leadership Freak offers a list of books to read this summer.

From Dan Rockwell: Summer Reading for Leadership Freaks

“I’ve read all the books on this list. Enjoy!”

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