The New York Times has published its list of best-selling business books for November, 2022. Though Atomic Habits is still at the top spot — it pretty much has been since Abraham Lincoln was president, at this point — there are some new titles on this month’s list.
At the First Friday Book Synopsis, where I present synopses of two books each month (now in our 25th year), we have presented synopses of four of these five, and one more is scheduled for December.
I have presented my synopses of Atomic Habits, Dare to Lead, and Extreme Ownership. And I have scheduled Adrift for presenting at the December 2 First Friday Book Synopsis. In addition, my former colleague, Karl Krayer, presented his synopsis of Thinking, Fast and Slow.
I am probably going to select When McKenzie Comes to Town for a month fairly early in 2023.
Here is the list of best-selling business books for November, 2022, from the New York Times. Click over to their web site for a review of one of these books.
#1 – Atomic Habits by James Clear
#2 – Adrift by Scott Galloway
#3 – The Book of Boundaries by Melissa Urban
#4 – If You Want Something Done by Nikki Haley
#5 – Dare to Lead by Brené Brown
#6 – When McKenzie Comes to Town by Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe
#7 – Chip War by Chris Miller
#8 – Like a Rolling Stone by Jann S. Wenner
#9 – Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babib
#10 – Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Each synopsis comes with my comprehensive, multi-page synopsis handout, plus the audio recording of my presentation delivered at the First Friday Book Synopsis in Dallas.