A look at how we should be learning in corporate culture in today’s fast moving landscape.
This is a short book looking at why we don’t always need to make the next idea more complex. Instead of focus groups, ask your frontline sales staff for the biggest hurdles to making a purchase and fix those.
Mike Michalowicz uses this book to help you build a business that doesn’t need you. One that runs and grows while you do what you want in it.
The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker asks us to be more thoughtful about every portion of gathering with others. How do we invite them? How do we transition from invite to the event? How do we fulfill the purpose of the event? How do we end well, because events don’t last forever.
This book introduces us to the “bullseye” method of finding the best traction channel for our business. Start by testing all 19 methods. Take the 2 or 3 that look most promising and test them more specifically. Stick with the single one that achieves your single metric that matters.
This is a book that is designed to help you succeed with people in a bunch of scenarios. Edwards specifically targets three areas: 1. The First Five Minutes as in how do you make a great first impression that stands out 2. The First Five Hours how to you stay memorable 3. The First Five […]
This is Ted Dekker’s exploration of his faith journey. You can feel the pain in so many pages as he searches for what he knows Jesus can be.
This is a classic book by Dale Carnegie detailing many steps and practices you can take to do relationships better. While it is an old book and does have some very dated thoughts on marriage roles, the principles are all great.
This is Bernadette Jiwa’s look at what it means to live yourself authentically. She develops a “story driven” process to help us tell our story so that we can live up to the ideals we want in our work and life.
If you’ve ever wondered why you see some success and then failure, it may be because of your Upper Limit Challenge. Dr Gay Hendricks addresses this in The Big Leap.