Here is the New York Times list of best-selling business books for November, 2021 – Atomic Habits by James Clear is back at the #1 spot

Atomic HabitsThe New York Times has (finally; the latest in the month I’ve seen) published its list of best-selling business books for November, 2021.

Atomic Habits by James Clear is back at the top of the list.  I have followed this list for many years, and there has never been a book at, or near, the top as long as Atomic Habits has been throughout the pandemic month.  Maybe presonal habits and work habits have been a big concern during the COVID era.

Of the ten books on this month’s list, we have presented synopses of five of them at our First Friday Book Synopsis events.  I have presented Atomic Habits, Dare to Lead, and Extreme Ownership.  My former colleague, Karl Krayer, presented his synopses of Thinking, Fast and Slow and Grit.

In addition, I presented my synopsis of Maid at the Urban Engagement Book Club, sponsored by CitySquare.  This monthly book gathering focuses on books dealing with issues of social justice (racial equality; poverty; homelessness…).

I presented my synopsis of this book early in 2019

I presented my synopsis of this book early in 2019

The Brené Brown has been on this list for quite a long time.  And the Daniel Kahneman book has been on the best-sellers list since Abraham Lincoln was president. (OK – not quite that long…).  It is, by the way, quoted in many, many other business books; this has been a very influential book.

Here is this month’s list of best-selling business books.  Click over to the New York Times site for links to reviews of a few of these books.

 

 

 

#1 – Atomic Habits by James Clear
#2 – Vanderbilt by Anderson Cooper and Katherine Howe
#3 – Maid by Stephanie Land
#4 – The Daily Laws by Robert Green
#5 – Dare to Lead by Brené Brown
#6 – Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahnman
#7 – The Perfect Day to Boss Up – by Rick Ross with Neil Martiez-Belkin
#8 – Grit by Angela Duckworth
#9 – I Will Teach You to be Rich, Second Edition by Ramit Sethi
#10 – Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

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