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Collectionselectronics and robotics (114), Sales, Marketing, Prospecting (579), Communications & Content (628), Business & Leadership (2,453), Christian & Philosophy (2,238), Your library (9,893), To read (141), Currently reading (44), Read but unowned (11), Design, Art, Creativity (268), Development & SysAdmin (1,181), Fiction (226), Health & Nutrition (168), History - Politics - Biographies (1,155), Personal Development & Thought (1,255), Survival (38), Investing, Finance, Real Estate (249), Science & Math (217), Wishlist (127), need to locate (1,094), Audio (62), Digital (3,929), Storage - closet (520), All collections (10,119)

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TagsEntrepreneurship (2,214), Digital (1,893), SC (1,150), HC (858), History (798), Kindle (779), Business (680), Christian (630), DJ (603), humble (572) — see all tags


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About meWeb Developer - see my webpage

"I admit I haven't read everything in my library, but I feel smarter just walking in it!" - Jim Rohn

"If you cannot read all your books, at any rate handle, or, as it were, fondle them–peer into them, let them fall open where they will, read from the first sentence that arrests the eye, set them back on their shelves with your own hands, arrange them on your own plan so that if you do not know what is in them, you will at least know where they are. Let them be your friends; let them at any rate be your acquaintances." - Winston Churchill

"I'm fortunate to know a lot of very rich entrepreneurs. I can't think of any who don't have piles of books they're always behind on while buying more, who aren't in constant pursuit of more information and ideas and inspiration." - Dan Kennedy

About my libraryI am working on expanding the tags to maximize their usefulness. I still have to specify where many of them are located. I also need to add a whole lot more tags, however I believe the existing tags are correct.

I do know that I did not select the correct edition for all of them.

As of December 2011 this is an almost complete list of my printed books and a significant part of my Digital as well. Still to go are my small electronics library, and the remainder of my digital library. I have found in re-indexing some of the boxes that I managed to overlook some titles so another dozen or so titles may possibly show up.

The wish-list is hardly comprehensive, it mainly consists of titles I want to check into further (not necessarily order).

One of my primary goals with this entire project is to take advantage of the social benefits of Library Thing for finding people with similar interests and for getting book recommendations.

I think that it is particularly interesting that the similar libraries tool shows my siblings and one 'real world' friend near the very top of its list. I guess great minds really do read alike. :)

While I have not read all the books in my library I have skimmed a large percentage of them and plan on bringing the details more fully up to date as I can find the time.

I have recently added a large number of digital titles to my collection. Many of these are business and software related in PDF format. The largest set are Business and Personal Development related Kindle titles.

Groups50 Book Challenge, All Things New England, Bloggers, Book Arts, BookMooching, Books that made me think, business ethics and leadership, Christian Apologetics, Christian Living Books, Christianityshow all groups

Favorite authorsFrank Bettger, Douglas Bond, Grady Booch, E. M. Bounds, Marcus Buckingham, Dale Carnegie, Steve Chandler, Henry Cloud, R. L. Dabney, Alfred Edersheim, Richard P. Feynman, Martin Fowler, Carmine Gallo, Michael E. Gerber, Jeffrey Gitomer, Seth Godin, George Grant, G. A. Henty, Guy Kawasaki, Robert T. Kiyosaki, Jim Kjelgaard, Michael A. Lechter, C. S. Lewis, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Michael Masterson, John C. Maxwell, Richard J. Maybury, Steve McConnell, Eric A. Meyer, Gary L. Moreau, Andrew Murray, Watchman Nee, J. I. Packer, Don Paul, Douglas W. Phillips, Elizabeth Beall Phillips, Arthur W. Pink, John Piper, Jeff Pollard, Jim Rohn, Steven K. Scott, Benson Smith, R. C. Sproul, R. C. Sproul, C. H. Spurgeon, Garrett Sutton, W. Ian Thomas, R. A. Torrey, John Sims Townsend, A. W. Tozer, Brian Tracy, Joanna Wiebe, Zig Ziglar (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresThe Book Barn

Favorite librariesOtis Library, Salem Free Public Library

Favorite listsA Brilliant List of Science Books for People Who Want Their Minds Blown


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Real nameJeremiah Stover

LocationConnecticut USA

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Member sinceJan 10, 2007

Currently readingConquering the Boundaries of Friendship: Making and Maintaining Meaningful Male Relationships by Mark Roman
Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything by BJ Fogg Ph.D
Fix This Next: Make the Vital Change That Will Level Up Your Business by Mike Michalowicz
Get Different: Marketing That Can't Be Ignored! by Mike Michalowicz
No Pain, No Gaines: The Good Stuff Doesn't Come Easy by Chip Gaines
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