Favorite Books and Quotes

A Coach’s Life – Dean Smith
A Man In Full – Tom Wolfe
A Personal History – Katherine Graham
A Tiger In A Land of Bulls and Bears – Daniel Strachman
Adventure Capitalist – Jim Rogers
Be Quick But Don’t Hurry – John Wooden and Andy Hill
Blink – Malcolm Gladwell
Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist – by Roger Lowenstein
Disney War – James Stewart
Dr. Folkman’s War – Robert Cooke
Every Second Counts – Lance Armstrong
Faith of My Fathers – John McCain and Mark Salter
Four Trials – John Edwards
Freakonomics – Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner
From Worst To First – Gordon Bethune
Harry Potter Series – J.K. Rowling
In An Uncertain World – Robert Rubin
Inside The House of Money – Steven Drobny
Investment Biker – Jim Rogers
It’s Not About The Bike – Lance Armstrong
Money Dynamics For The New Economy – Venita Van Caspel
Mr. China – Tim Clissold
My American Journey – Colin Powell
My Personal Best – John Wooden and Steve Jamison
Poor Charlie’s Almanack
Pour Your Heart Into It – Howard Schultz
Power Plays – John O. Whitney and Tina Packer
Raid On The Sun – Rodger Claire
Sacred Hoops – Phil Jackson
See No Evil – Robert Baer
Success Is A Choice – Rick Pitino
The Contrarian Manager – Richard Jenrette
The Daily Drucker
The Dhandho Investor – Mohnish Pabrai
The Emperor’s General – James Webb
The Emperor’s New Clothes
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen R. Covey
The Lexus and The Olive Tree – Thomas L. Friedman
The Operator – Thomas R. King
The Profit Zone – Adrian Slywotzky
The Russia Hand – Strobe Talbott
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success – Deepak Chopra
The Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell
Turnarond – William Bratton
When Genius Failed – Roger Lowenstein
Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance? – Louis V. Gerstner, Jr.
Winning Every Day – Lou Holtz
Work Hard, Study, and Stay Out of Politics – James A. Baker, III
Worth The Fighting For – John McCain and Mark Salter

“If We Stand Still And Do Nothing, We Are Doomed. I Can’t Close It. I’ve Tried To Sell It, Believe Me There Are No Buyers. The Only Way Out Is To Build It.”

– Sergio Marchione, Upon Taking The Helm At Chrysler.