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    Question What Business and People Skill Books Do You Read?

    What business,people skill, and human networking books do read or recommend?

    I’m Currently, listening to how to win friends and influence people. I heard never eat alone is a good bok
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    Foundationally, I like The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey.
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    To try to understand others, I'm a fan of MBTI so Type Talk by Otto Kroeger. David Keirsey's Please Understand Me II is a good follow-on.
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    Good to great is a decent one I can think of off hand. However, I'd like to say meetups are a great way for networking as well, and it doesn't require a book! All improv .
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    Although not a book, a good podcast is by Andy Frisella. Good to listen to on your commute. He is working on some books too. Warning, his language is a bit strong.
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