Super Chill Book Club
What good is knowledge that isn't shared?
We want people to connect and discuss literature to expand each other's perspectives, seek new ideas and learn to agree or disagree respectfully.
Our book club is commitment-free and pressure-free; you don't even have to read the book! You are still welcome to join the discourse to listen and learn or provide input on topics.
We are all-inclusive; anyone can join as long as you are kind and respectful.
If you have already read one of the books we choose, that's great! We would love to have you join in the discussion and hear your opinions.
Listening to the audiobook is a fantastic option and allowed, of course.
You will be encouraged but never required to participate in discussions or meetings.
We will aim for 1 book a month.
Given the current situation of the world regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, we are ONLY operating via email and Zoom until further notice. This means you can join, no matter where you are!
Below is an ever-growing list of books we want to explore. We are always open to suggestions and recommendations! Click the link below to be added to our email list.
Can't Hurt Me - David Goggins
Good To Great - Jim Collins
Out Of Your Mind - Alan Watts
The Circadian Code - Satchin Panda, PhD
The Celestine Prophecy - James Redfield
The Autobiography of Malcolm X (As Told to Alex Haley)
Walden - Henry David Theoreu
1984 - George Orwell
Civilized To Death - Christopher Ryan
Eat Smarter - Shawn Stevenson
Breath - James Nestor
Bad As I Wanna Be - Dennis Rodman
King, Warrior, Magician, Lover - Douglas Gillette & Robert Moore
The Happiness Trap - Russ Harris
Meditations - Marcus Aurelius
Born A Crime - Trevor Noah
Shoe Dog - Phil Knight
Code Talker - Chester Nez
Modern Man In Search of a Soul - C. G. Jung
The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
The Tao of Pooh - Benjamin Hoff
Think & Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill
The Road Less Traveled - M. Scott Peck, M.D.
The Untethered Soul - Michael Alan Singer
Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk
Born To Run - Christopher McDougall
Think Like A Monk - Jay Shetty