If you haven't decided on a New Year's resolution for 2015, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has a suggestion - read, a lot. In a recent Facebook post, he said he wants to read a book every other week this year. Want to join him? No problem. Zuckerberg has set up a Facebook page where he'll post each new book he chooses.
If you decided to join in on the Facebook book club, you won't be alone. In fact, the Facebook page that Zuckerberg set up already has over 149,000 likes and the first book he chose has already sold out on Amazon.
The book is "The End of Power" by Moisés Naím, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and former Venezuelan minister of trade and industry. If you want to read it along with Zuckerberg, don't worry - there are other places you can find it.
The book is not a light read, so be prepared if you decide to dive in alongside Zuckerberg. In the book, Naím talks about how the balance of power and leadership is changing in everything from business to religion.
"The End of Power" is a study of how the meaning of leadership in business, politics, education, religion, and the family has undergone a dramatic change over the past century.
You can still order a physical copy of the book from the Barnes & Noble website. It's also available as an e-book on Amazon and in iTunes. If you want to read more this year but aren't interested in Zuckerberg's picks, click this link to find book suggestions tailored to your tastes.