That's right, it's that time again...yep, when I post my currently reading list so you can get a closer look at my thought process.  Here are the books in no particular order:

The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership - John C. Maxwell

The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leader Ship by John C. Maxwell

One of my friends from work let me borrow this book from him so I get more acquinted with the qualities of a leader.  I'm at chapter 8 and it's pretty takes me a while to go through the book since I have to pause and re-think of the different times when I had such "leader" experience...whether if it was me or my manager at the time.  It's a nice break from the technical books.

How to Win Friends & Influence People - Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends and Influence People

I was first told about this book from Nick to help me deal with some of the non-techinal problems I had at work (getting my ideas through with some members of the team).   I'm in chapter 6 right now and I must say, that the book takes "common sense" and puts nice examples around it.  In particular I find it interesting the prose for the book ... the language and style used is reminescent of its time (the book was first published in 1936).  I find this a great companion for Maxwell's reading.

Winning - Jack Welch


Well, I'm not reading this book per-se but I'm actually listening to it ... yes, I bought the audio book.  I must say this is my first audio book and I'm pretty happy with it.  The only thing that sucked is that when I ripped the CD into MP3s (it was cheaper than buying the whole MP3 from iTunes) some of the files didn't have the ID3 tag information.  So I had to use ID3-TagIT to update the information so it can be pulled correctly on my Zune.  Pretty good stuff!