Here is the New York Times list of Best-selling business books for March, 2023 – Atomic Habits #1, with some new books on this month’s list
The New York Times has published it’s list of best-selling business books for March, 2023. Though Atomic Habits is still at the top spot, as it has been since George Washington crossed the Delaware River, a number of new books have landed on this month’s list.
Occasionally, this monthly list has books that maybe do not quite make sense being on a list of best-selling “business” books. Sometimes, because their connection to “business” is not very obvious. At other times, maybe the books might better fit on a list of “political” best-sellers, or maybe other lists. This month’s list includes some books that might be considered a little out of place.
Of the ten books on this month’s list, we have presented four of them at our monthly First Friday Book Synopsis events in Dallas. I have presented my synopsis of Atomic Habits, Dare to Lead, and The End of the World is Just the Beginning. My former colleague, Karl Krayer, presented his synopsis of 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 the books.
#1 – Atomic Habits by James Clear
#2 – The Creative Act by Rick Rubin with Neil Strauss
#3 – Unscripted by James B. Stewart and Rachel Abrams
#4 – It’s OK to be Angry about Capitalism by Bernie Sanders with John Nichols
#5 – Dare to Lead by Brené Brown
#6 – The Climate Book byt Greta Thunberg
#7 – Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
#8 – Bad Mormon by Heather Gay
#9 – Cobalt Red by Siddharth Kara
#10 – The End of the World is Just the Beginning by Peter Zeihan
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