The New York Times has just published its list of best-selling business books for April, 2021.
Atomic Habits is back again at the top spot, after a one-month drop, behind the new Bill gates book. This month, Bill Gates is at #3.
Of the ten books, five are written by women authors. This may be the highest number of women authors I have seen in this top ten list. …Progress.
And, of the ten books, we have presented five of them at the First Friday Book Synopsis. At our monthly gatherings, now in our 24th year, we present two synopses each month. I have presented Atomic Habits, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, Dare to Lead, and Extreme Ownership. My former colleague, Karl Krayer, presented Thinking, Fast and Slow.
Here is this month’s list of best-selling business books from the New York Times. Click over to their site for a link to a review of one of these books.
#1 – Atomic Habits by James Clear
#2 – Everything Will Be Okay by Dana Perino
#3 – How to Avoid a Climate Disaster by Bill Gates
#4 – Nomadland by Jessica Bruder
#5 – Believe It by Jamie Kern
#6 – Dare to Lead by Brené Brown
#7 – Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
#8 – Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
#9 – A World Without Email by Cal Newport
#10 – Get Good with Money by Tiffany Aliche
Each synopsis comes with my comprehensive, multi-page synopsis handout, plus the audio recording of my presentation made at the First Friday Book Synopsis in Dallas.
Think Again by Adam Grant, and Business Made Simple by Donald Miller, the two books I presented at the March 5 session of our monthly event, are now available. The two books I presented in March, the Bill Gates book, and the book 2030, on trends, by Mauro Guillén, will be available soon.