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Seth Godin

Entrepreneur, Squidoo


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What's the overlooked gem, the book I haven't read that I must?

Every reader has at least one, that book that never caught on, or is out of print, but that resonates so much with people that they can't forget it. I still remember reading "The Republic of Tea" on the Sunday it came out years ago. And of course, Steve Pressfield's "The War of Art" which I've purchased and handed out a dozen times so far...


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    Feb 14 2011: Two books.
    1. "Dibs in Search of Self" by Virginia Axline - the first book that I read that made me aware of children with special needs.
    2. "Gandhi is Gone. Who will guide us now?" - Minutes of a meeting held in March 1948. The meeting was planned by Mahatma Gandhi who unfortunately did not live to attend it. Nearly every major national leader attended the meeting. Many of the issues remain relevant today but more importantly, the quality of informed discussion and debate is outstanding and rarely seen anywhere today. For Indophiles or anyone interested in parliamentary democracy and social change.

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