Join The 52 Books In 52 Weeks Challenge!

On September 20th, 2011 I decided to take on the challenge of reading 52 books in 52 weeks! Obviously this is a difficult task, but one worth undertaking and definitely capable of accomplishment with just a little dedication. I encourage all of you to take on this challenge with me expand your horizons.

Each week I will post my thoughts on the book of the previous week, and also state the next book I will be reading. I hope some of you will find these books worth your time and pick up some of them. And if you are so inclined, maybe you will even read the same books as I am during this time!

The books will generally be geared towards professional development, business, or finance. For more information, click the tab in the header, or click here.

Here’s a review/preview of the first three weeks.

Week 1: First Job, First Paycheck by Jeff Lehman
Week 2: Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell (review coming shortly)
Week 3: The Checklist Mainfesto by Atu Gawande

Check back often for updates on the challenge, new recommended reading, and my thoughts on the books I’m reading.


About Jason Willis
Jason graduated from the University of Central Florida in the fall of 2011 with a B.S.B.A. in Finance. He currently works at The Newport Group as an Investment Analyst on the Asset & Liability Management Team working with Non Qualified Deferred Compensation Plans. In his spare time he continues to give back to AKPsi by assisting with the CFAC and NX Chapter at UCF. He also currently operates his own blog entitled Professional Hedging, and is also preparing to acquire his Series 7 and 66 Certifications.

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