CMSAF Leadership Library: February 2022 Published Feb. 1, 2022 Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs Teammates, As our Air Force accelerates change, and evolves, so must we evolve as lifelong learners. And as I constantly look for new ways to help me grow into the best version of myself, I’m excited to share two new books that I believe will help you grow into your best version. Our people remain our most competitive advantage, and I couldn’t be more proud to serve alongside you. Aim High - JOANNE S. BASS Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Recommendations Limitless The amount of information we are exposed to all day every day is not reducing, or slowing down. But, even with this “digital deluge,” Jim Kwik finds a way to teach us how to improve our memory and apply what we learn to really improve ourselves. Leadership and the Art of Struggle Leadership is a privilege, and at the same time, can be a struggle. The challenges, pitfalls and issues that come with leadership can take a toll on even the strongest of leaders. However, it doesn’t have to. Leadership and the Art of Struggle teaches us to embrace the adversity, and let it make us stronger. Darkest Hour: How Churchill Brought England Back from the Brink We either learn from the lessons of history, or we will find ourselves reliving them. How Winston Churchill managed to inspire and empower a nation in the face of such overwhelming adversity is truly a lesson we should all take to heart.