Good Reads: What We’re Reading This Summer

June 26, 2017 Monday Morning Wake Up Tips

Ahhhh! The sweet promise of summertime. The longer days and summer vacation offers us a little more space to help us change our pace and catch our breath. This summer, in lieu of your typical screen time, we encourage you to read a book.

June 21 marks the official kickoff of summer… and marks the kickoff of our summer reading extravaganza! So, pick your first-round book(s) and settle into your favorite spot – a chair out on your deck or patio, a bench at a local park or any comfortable spot by the pool, beach or lake – and then, “dive in” to one or all of the top notch books we’ll be sharing with you this summer.

Regardless of whether you feel pulled towards a compelling classic, a page-turning mystery, a light easy read or a growth minded work of nonfiction – or all of the above – we hope you will join us on this summertime reading adventure.

Here’s our first three books to kick off our summer reading list!

Abide With Me
By Elizabeth Strout
In prose incandescent and artful, Elizabeth Strout draws readers into the details of ordinary life in a way that makes it extraordinary.

“Superb . . . a shimmering tale of loss, faith, and human fallibility . . . You feel yourself in the hands of a master storyteller.”
-O: The Oprah Magazine

Life of the Party: The Remarkable Story of How Brownie Wise Built, and Lost, a Tupperware Party Empire
By Bob Kealing
The incredible story of Brownie Wise, the Southern single mother-and postwar #Girlboss – who built, and lost, a Tupperware home-party empire.”This is the riveting and unaccountably forgotten story of Brownie Wise, the single mom and 1950s Tupperware saleswoman extraordinaire who captivated the heart of everyone in postwar America-everyone, that is, except her boss, Earl Tupper. The drama that ensued is ‘must read’ business history.”

“This is the riveting and unaccountably forgotten story of Brownie Wise, the single mom and 1950s Tupperware saleswoman extraordinaire who captivated the heart of everyone in postwar America-everyone, that is, except her boss, Earl Tupper. The drama that ensued is ‘must read’ business history.”
-Tilar J. Mazzeo, New York Times bestselling author of The Widow Clicquot

An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization
By Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey with Matthew L Miller, Andy Fleming, and Deborah Helsing
This book demonstrates a whole new way of being at work. It suggests the culture you create is your strategy and that the key to success is developing everyone.

“Some fascinating ideas about how to create an organizational culture that fits the 21st century.”
-Inc.

Stay tuned to hear our thoughts on these terrific reads and be sure to share your opinion on these enriching books via our Facebook page.

Happy Reading!

Do you have a title you think would be perfect for our Good Reads list? Let us know! We’d love to hear what’s on your summer reading list.