Readers Respond: Which Book Has Been the Most Useful in Your Career?

WFB asked followers on Facebook and Instagram which book has been the most useful and inspiring in their careers. Here’s what they said:

Floor Master Co.

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind - Joseph Murphy

Sean Tupper

The California state contractor books. "Inspiring" is not the word I’d use. 🤪

Kyle Thompson

The Bible 🤙🏽

Oliver Flooring - Barry Oliver

The Scriptures. I owe all success to him.

Benny Powell

1 Powell

Tchardwood Floors

"Water and Wood" out of NWFA's manual.

Nicholas C Maxson

Little Red Book of Selling, Never Eat Alone, The Four Hour Work Week.

Bobby Lima

Atomic Habits.

Matt Sivley

Holy scripture.

Jason Carter

Traction & Start with Why.

Dave Mitchell Jr.

The 10x Rule ‐ Grant Cardone.

Shawn Myers

The Little Engine That Could. It's not a sprint, it's a marathon. 😉

Mark Dittmer

2 Dittmer

Daniel Antes

The Soul of a Tree: A Woodworker's Reflections – George Nakashima

Steve Ford

Oor Wullie — Scottish humor for kids.

Mike Somodean

Essentialism - Greg Mckeown

Upstream - Dan Heath

Spencer Trebluh

3 Spencertrebluh

Nathan Kelly

How to Win Friends & Influence People.

Sales EQ.


4 Hour Work Week.


Profit First.


48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene


Dr Jordan Peterson - 12 Rules for Life 🦞


Managerial Accounting.


The Bible.




Of Mice and Men, the only book I read cover to cover and a 10th grade education apparently is all you need to be a wood floor pro.

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