Business Audiobooks for Your Commute

According to the most recent US Census, 66.2 percent of Westchester commuters spend 20 or more minutes traveling to work. Between the job and the commute, who’s got time to read? You do. Just consider listening to an audiobook. Patrick Corcoran, owner of Arcade Booksellers in Rye, gives us his recommendations for audiobooks business pros should read.

Steve Jobs
Walter Isaacson
Narrator: Dylan Baker
Length: 24 hrs
“Walter Isaacson lets you see into the mind of Jobs.”        

The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
Charles Duhigg
Narrator: Mike Chamberlain
Length: 10 hrs
“The author documents the different ways that habits shape our lives.”                                                                 

Thinking, Fast and Slow Daniel Kahneman
Narrator: Patrick Egan Length: 20 hrs
“The author is a Nobel laureate who specializes in behavioral economics. The book explores what drives how we think and how we make choices.”                          

Think and Grow Rich Napoleon Hill
Narrator: Joe Slattery Length: 8 hrs
“The point of Think and Grow Rich is to focus on your goals and, more important, to stay focused. Everyone in business should read this.”                                                 

How to Smell a Rat: The Five Signs of Financial Fraud
Ken Fisher with Lara Hoffmans
Narrator: Scott Thomsen Length: 6 hrs
“It’s sad that this is a book people should pay attention to. We all should be aware of this stuff.”


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