Three More Good Books


The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery- by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile

The enneagram is 9 point personality model. In this book, the author goes through the motivations, wants, needs, fears, and actions of the 9 different personality types and how to best proceed to get enjoyment and fulfillment in life based off of your number. This book is pretty eye opening as it will reveal some your true motivations, the ones you keep hidden even from yourself. But in doing so it allows you to know yourself better and through that be aware of what positive attributes you can maximize and what negative ones you need to be aware of and mitigate. Great read for anyone looking for some self discovery and/or anyone looking to improve their relationships with others.

TheThe Case for Christ: A Journalist’s Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus- by Lee Strobel

In this book, the author travels the country interviewing some of the leading experts across a broad range of theological and scientific fields, seeking the truth about Jesus Christ. He goes at it from the perspective of an investigative journalist, demanding evidence to back up claims. The author asks questions and makes counter points from the perspective of a skeptic, so for anyone who is curious about the Christian faith, anyone who is asking questions about their faith, or anyone looking to solidify their faith, the credibility beyond the process of this book should be comforting.


Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It- by Christopher Voss and Tahl Raz

This book is written by a FBI hostage negotiator who goes in depth into the psychological process that occur in people’s subconscious during negotiations. Whether it be talking down a terrorist, negotiating with a car salesman, or having a discussion with your significant other, Chris Voss lays out a very complete toolbox to use during the process. In a situation where winning a negotiating can mean life or death, this book gives solid, effective advice on how to communicate with those around you.


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