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.
This is Jeff Goins book chat challenges the narrative that artists must “starve” to be true to their art.
This is Brad Lomenick walking us through the 20 habits that he feels build a good leader and solid organizations. He groups them into three areas. Humble – who you are Hungry – where you want to go Hustle – how you’ll get there
Using a diagram similar to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Lencioni, walks us through the ways a team can malfunction and how to start at the bottom and build up to an effective team.
This is Steven Pressfield’s book that is going to help us write with better structure. He’s trying to help us produce better work.
If you’re looking for a book to help inspire you as you’re planning for the future, this is the book you should be looking at.
If you’ve been searching for a great book on what it takes to be an amazing content marketer, then this is one to read. While it’s a bit of a sales message for their product (CoSchedule) that fits directly in with their advice on content marketing so you can’t really fault them. And really only […]
Instead of just doing yearly reviews of employees, this book encourages you to make a regular practice of coaching your team so that they can develop on their own.
This is Morten Hansen’s book looking at how you can excel at work. He has performed lots of research and is bringing that performance research to us.