Ice Breaker – 5 Books
Fridays are Ice Breaker days here on The Stretched Blog. Before we get to this week’s question, I want to ask you to help me out by answering five questions related to short-term missions. The survey was initially presented on the blog last week, but I understand some had trouble completing the survey on the blog. After answering the Ice Breaker below, please click here to go directly to the survey. It will only take a minute (I promise).
Each week on The Stretched Blog, I ask an ice breaker question. The questions are designed to help us get to know each other here in The Stretched Community. I’ll provide my answer to the question here in the post, and then you can leave your response in the comments. While you’re in the comments section, see how others answered the ice breaker question.
(I’m always looking for Ice Breaker question ideas. If you have an idea, send me an email at email@example.com. If I use your question, I’ll give you credit and share your links.)
With the start of a new year comes a renewed desire to read some books. I love hearing about books that other people are reading, and today’s question provides an opportunity to get up to speed on the latest reading trends or plans of The Stretched Community.
Question: Name the five books you read most recently or the five books you plan to read in 2015.
- Rich Kids: How to Raise Our Children to Be Happy and Successful in Life by Tom Corley (Read my review by clicking here.)
- Redefine Rich: A New Perspective on the Good Life by Matt Ham
- The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future by Chris Guillebeau
- Moment Maker: You Can Live Your Life or It Will Live You by Carlos Whittaker
- Fairness Is Overrated: And 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace by Tim Stevens
Answer this week’s ice breaker question by leaving a comment. I look forward to reading your response! (As always, feel free to share links.) And keep Stretching!
As a reminder, please take a minute to fill out the short-term missions survey. To get to the survey, click here.