Books We Recommend

Leadership and the One Minute Manager® teaches managers the art of Situational Leadership®–a simple system that refutes the conventional management mandate of treating all employees equally. With this book, you will learn why customizing management styles to individual employees is very important. Tailoring management styles to individual employees is important; when to delegate, support, or direct; how to identify the

In this book, Ron discusses how the financial wealth you leave behind could be the best thing that ever happened to your loved ones—or the worst. “Inheritance is risky business, often damaging lives, marriages and children. Few of us bring an eternal perspective to leaving money behind or to handling unearned wealth.” – Randy Alcorn.

This book is a collaborative approach to the most important document you will ever write: Your Will. “When you will with wisdom, it’s wisdom that you will – this is your greatest gift.” Thomas Deans . Tom Deans is a leading consultant to high net worth families and has revolutionized the thinking around family legacy and estate planning.

Gifting your business to your children can damage your business and undermine family relationships. He offers the compelling new perspective that it is, in fact, impossible to separate family and business. Touted as one of the 10 books every business should read by The New York Times.

Top financial philosopher and bestselling author Mitch ended up starting a revolution by showing us that everything we had read about retirement was wrong—we needed a “new retirementality.” Fast-forward to today, when most of us are facing a very different retirement: fewer pensions, escalating healthcare costs, and inadequate savings.

Midlife. It doesn’t need to be a time of crisis—turn it into a catalyst for change! Buford uses personal insights, true-life examples, and inspiring quotes to set you on a course from mere success to true significance. Bob Buford founded the Halftime Institute, an organization designed to teach, coach, and connect marketplace leaders to discover God’s calling in their lives.

Written from a Christian world view. Managing God’s Money is the perfect reference tool for anyone who is interested in gaining a solid biblical understanding of money, possessions, and eternity.

Discover joyful living and joyful giving. Written from a Christian worldview. Randy Alcorn invites you to partake in a revolution of radical generosity and freedom from materialism! “The Treasure Principle will change your life! This book is destined to become a classic.” -Howard Dayton

A Generous Life, in this book David guides you through 10 simple but life changing action steps to help you establish a generous mindset, determine where and how much to give, create a legacy plan, and more.

Green sees the life of giving as a life of adventure. But it’s a life that pays the best rewards personally, offers a powerful legacy to your family, and changes those you touch.

Most people want to prosper financially, and in their pursuit of material gain, they often sacrifice the greater goal of posterity. There is a better way to think about money, about one’s life work & legacy.

Written from a Christian worldview, this strategy-filled playbook walks you through what it takes to really win big at the game of life.

Essentialism isn’t about getting more done in less time. It’s about getting only the right things done. Reclaim control about where to spend your precious time & energy instead of giving others the implicit permission to choose for us.

Most of us believe that the best way to motive ourselves and others in with external rewards like money. That is a mistake. Learn the secret to performance and satisfaction at work and at home.

Managing energy, not time, is the key to enduring high performance as well as to health, happiness and life balance. This is a highly practical, scientifically based approach to managing your energy more skillfully.

When executed well, “necessary endings” allow us to proactively correct the bad & the broken in our lives to make room for the professional & personal growth we seek. “Necessary endings” for Employees, Businesses, and Relationships that all of us have to give up in order to move forward.

Learn how to hold effective crucial conversations when the stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong. Prepare for high-stakes situations. Transform anger and hurt feelings into powerful dialogue.

Why do some companies thrive in uncertainty, even chaos, and others do not? In “Great by Choice,” Collins and his colleague, Morten T. Hansen, enumerate the principles for building a truly great enterprise in unpredictable, tumultuous, and fast-moving times.

The authors expose the fascinating ways that we blind ourselves to our true motivations and unwittingly sabotage the effectiveness of our own efforts to achieve happiness and increase happiness. Learn how to dramatically improve all of your relationships.

Written from a Christian worldview, this book outlines the dynamics of family money & how to avoid the common pitfalls of wealth & inheritance. This is a thought-provoking book from 3 of the country’s leading experts on wealth transfer, David Wills, Terry Parker, and Greg Sperry.

We all have ideas we tell ourselves about God and how he works in our lives (or if he does). This book invites you to put your ideas to the test to see if they match up with what Jesus himself reveals about God.

This book exposes the lifestyle challenges and problems that face us in this age obsessed with noise, speed and perpetual activity. Are you ready to meet the-best-version-of-yourself?

This is an indispensable handbook of negotiation principles culled and perfected from Chris Voss’s remarkable career as a hostage negotiator. This book reveals the nine key principles that helped Voss and his colleagues succeed when it mattered the most – when people’s lives were at stake.

How to avoid the 11 Pitfalls is outlined, empowering readers to gain a stronger perspective of family wealth transfer. Written by Jerry Nuerge, Tom Collins, Ryan Zeeb, Steve Gardner, Tom Conway, William High.

Entrusted families have goals that are both deep & broad. They are less interested in preparing their families to be rich and more interested in preparing them to manage, sustain and carry on a rich legacy.