Each year I look back on the books I've read and highlight a few of my favorites. I read some wonderful books this year, and I'd like to share them with you, in the hopes that you'll love them as well. I usually read books in specific areas in which I hope to grow — and this year was no exception. I read books on faith, business strategy, leadership, people skills, and spiritual renewal.
CXO Favorite Books of 2010
Ordering Your Private World - Gordon MacDonald
-Excellent book focused on maintaining a 'spiritual center' in a world of chaos.
The Old Man and The Sea - Ernest Hemingway
-My favorite book of all-time. I read it every year.
The Treasure Principle - Randy Alcorn
-Awesome book that discusses how your heart follows your money.
On The Edge - F. Parker Hudson
-Life-changing fiction novel about spiritual warfare.
Who: The "A" Method for Hiring - Geoff Smart and Randy Street
-A 360-degree perspective on recruiting "A" players.
Crazy Love - Francis Chan
-Dynamic stand against religious complacency.
Love and Respect - Dr. Emerson Eggerichs
-My favorite marriage book of all-time.
About My Father's Business - Regi Campbell
-Practical book about how a Christian can live an integrated life and bringing faith to work.
Bo's Cafe - John Lynch, Bill Thrall, and Bruce McNicol
-Engaging fiction novel about moving from control to trust and from blame to forgiveness.
How to Really Love Your Child - Dr. Ross Campbell
-Preparation for Baby Butler, expected April, 2011.