Read a Book

Jamie Fleetwood Uncategorized 2 Comments



After years of force feeding your brain information from books assigned by your professors, the last thing you’re probably wanting to do is indulge in a paperback on your spare time – I’ve been there.

When I finished college, picking up a book was the furthest thing from my mind, but lucky for me, I quickly came to the realization that reading was the key. I needed to keep reading and continually educating myself to end up exactly where I am. From expanding my knowledge of investing, to self-improvement books – I truly believe reading is one of the most important aspects to leading a successful life. Never stop learning and never stop seeking, there’s always more to learn and more room to grow. So do yourself a favor, and read a book…

If you’re looking for a new read, here’s what’s on my current reading list:

–  Tribal Leadership:
Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization
By: Dave Logan

–  The End of Power:
From Boardrooms to Battlefields and Churches to States,
Why Being In Charge Isn’t What It Used To Be
By: Professor Moises Naim

–  Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success
By: Hugh Delehanty and Phil Jackson

Do you have any favorite books you’ve read recently?

Comments 2

  1. Martin

    ‘Brains versus Capital’ changed my view on entrepreneurship. It showed my that most of us have the potential to be an entrepreneur. Even if you are not seen as entrepreneur material.

  2. Jeff Stephens

    Thanks for the tips on these three books! I am getting ready to go back and re-read Dale Carnegie’s classic, “How To Win Friends and Influence People.” I think there are so many great principles and tips in there about human relations in general, that apply nicely in real estate and business in general.

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