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Tim Elmore’s Favorite Books from 2019

Leading the Next Generation with Tim Elmore
Leading the Next Generation with Tim Elmore
Tim Elmore's Favorite Books from 2019

Every year, Tim Elmore shares a handful of his favorite books he read the previous year. This year’s list is heavily weighted with leadership books, not just organizational, but personal leadership. The styles vary, and so do the authors. These are the eight books he was able to “eat the fish and spit out the bones”—and enjoy far more “fish” than “bones.”

Bonus Book: Generation Z Unfiltered by Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak
Blog Post: “My Favorite Books I Read Last Year” by Tim Elmore
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  1. dencox on February 9, 2021 at 5:43 am

    I enjoy reading nonfiction books with a scientific context. It reminds me of reports for educational content lovers. I recommend checking out these examples. Publicistic literature helps to understand reality through the mirror of the scientific world. This is not a distortion, it is a prism.

  2. Ellie Harper on July 6, 2022 at 7:27 am

    I love Tim Elmore’s Favorite Books from 2019. I have a lot of bookshelf on my home. My shelves are filled with books; I love to read. Things like free nicotine in dip can be used as recreational items. I have been reading for a long time and it has helped me gain knowledge about different topics. In my opinion, reading is an essential part of life.

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