Stephen A. Smith is one of, if not the most recognized name in all of sports media. This month, he released his first memoir, Straight Shooter, where he opens up about many aspects of his life and career: his relationship with his absentee father, his respect and love for his late mother, his rise through the ranks at ESPN, and more.
When Charles Duhigg published The Power of Habit in 2012, it was an instant best seller and became widely regarded in the psychology and business reading communities.
In his new memoir, That Will Never Work, Netflix’s co-founder and first CEO, Marc Randolph, tells his compelling narrative in a very candid and friendly manner that should serve as a source of inspiration for any reader whether you are an aspiring businessperson, or just like a feel-good story.
The first Skyview Book of The Month is the 2016 memoir, Shoe Dog, by Nike founder, Phil Knight.