LP Book Club – January

Suzy Sofer ‘15

With conflict dominating every news cycle and invading our relationships, I recently read The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict, a best-seller by The Arbinger Institute published in 2015. The book tells a quick-to-read story that unfolds the methodology the Institute uses to uncover ways we deceive ourselves and therefore contribute to conflict. The goal of the book is to help the reader approach the world with a heart at peace, rather than at war. If the world followed the advice in this book, imagine the possibilities. Next on my shelf are its “sequel,” which many may have read, another leadership best-seller originally published in 2000, Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting out of the Box, followed by The Outward Mindset:  Seeing Beyond Ourselves, published in 2016

Dane Heptner ’16

A Farewell to Arms, Earnest Hemingway. Great characters; awesome writing; wonderful love story.

Cyndee Haydon

Dr. Berg’s New Body Type Guide by Dr. Berg – This is the book and the information that started my health transformation with eating. Following the KETO lifestyle gave me a better understanding of how different foods impacted my cravings, body, weight loss, and health.