There have been several book list for Millennial college kids that are floating along on the internet. Many of them have a very left-wing perspective. I decided to do my own list of books based on my own experience. Here are twelve books every college kid should read.
- Winning With People by John Maxwell– Usually, Maxwell’s books focus on leadership, but this one specifically deals with the subject of team work. It talks about working with co-workers and partners.
- Crucial Conversation by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMilan, and Al Switzler– This book helps you develop quality communication skills. It discusses how to talk with people in a job and outside.
- Crucial Conversation by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMilan, and Al Switzler– This book gives you the skill to hold people accountable properly without hurting feelings.
- The Politically Incorrect Guide To Western Civilization by Anthony M. Esolen– There are those who have misplaced anger toward Western culture. This book breaks down the criticism and debunks it.
- Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain– The author breaks down the power and ability of some of our most underappreciated people in society. My wife recommends this one.
- A Patriot’s History of the United States: From Columbus’s Great Discovery to the War on Terror by Larry Schweikart and Michael Allen– This book shows the good that America has done in its lifetime as a nation.
- Race And Economics by Thomas Sowell– No one has a better understanding of race in America and impact better than Dr. Sowell. This book discusses how race has impacted certain communities, but especially the African-American community.
- What’s Race Got to Do with It? : Why It’s Time to Stop the Stupidest Argument in America by Larry Elder– He breaks down the cries of racism in a rational way and proposes how to fix it.
- The War Against Boys by Christina Hoff Sommers– Dr. Sommers is an “equity feminist” who explains how feminism is harming young males. It is a very interesting read to hear and here her perspective.
- Dreamers and Deceivers by Glenn Beck– I previously recommended this one. It tells the story of such great inventors like Walt Disney and Desi Arnaz while also telling about great tricksters like Charles Ponzi and Upton Sinclair.
- Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman– It is a collection of articles and essays that the great economist wrote during his lifetime covering capitalism, economics, and the free market.
- Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design by Stephen C. Meyer– This book breaks down the flaws in the evolutionary theory, specifically chemical evolution. He proposes intelligent design.
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