A review of Be More Kid by Ed James, Mark Taylor and Nicky Taylor. Learn about finding joy from embracing your inner child.
Book clubs generally work to a formula, but not the un-book group. It’s all about saving you the time it takes to read a book and yet still get all the value.
A review of “Content Fortress” – a content marketing book covering 8 pillars that support any business that needs to communicate to others.
Kate’s book is “the busy professional’s guide to authentic, enjoyable success”. It’s aimed squarely at business leaders who know that their success, whilst present today, will be greater in the future.
This is a book that invites you to be active; it invites you to undertake exercises as part of assignments (collections of actions that lead to a specific outcome) within its pages that you can work through.
Influence by Dr Robert Cialdini is a seminal work. It’s been cited by business people in the 40 or so years since it was originally published.
The subtitle of this book is “how to solve problems before they happen”, and the book is devoted to clarifying what we can each do to eliminate problems before they arise. It is a very thought-provoking work that provides many examples to draw insight and inspiration.
This month’s book review is written by Paul Laughlin and first appeared on Customer Insight Leader.
This book review will be particularly relevant for those running their own businesses, but developing intentional mastery can also be for all leaders.
Radical Candor is a strong, conceptually robust, idea. The purpose of the book is you demonstrate to people how to be both clear, direct and effective. The basic idea is relatively easy to grasp for anyone with experience in working with groups of people.