BUSINESS DISCOVERY: While not for everyone, this easy read is filled with entertaining stories and quick exercises to assess and address areas in your life that are holding you back from making the desired income you seek.
BUSINESS DISCOVERY: Through modern examples and thorough research, Brown addresses vulnerability and how to harness it for improved relationships with families, coworkers, and just about everyone you encounter.
TO HOLD OR TO HEAR? Either! This book contains no visuals (charts or graphs). ‘Hold’ is encouraged for note taking, especially since her research and lectures, mentioned throughout the book, can be found in the appendix.
BUSINESS DISCOVERY: Godin Recognizes that brands needs move beyond the 'p's' of marketing to be truly noticeable. Unlike his other books, this is less of an "instructional guide" and more of an "introspective reset".
BUSINESS DISCOVERY: Hsieh, founder of Zappos, tells the tale of achieving a $1B brand in 10 years while maintaining culture. Intropsective for readers trying to find their 'environment' or leaders trying to create a better one.
BUSINESS DISCOVERY: From leaders, to hiring, to strategy, Collins's 21-person research team explored what makes companies great. With easy to apply concepts, this has remained the 'golden standard' for managers to read.
BUSINESS DISCOVERY: Easy to read humorous guide to the vital importance of being able to deal with unexpected change. While occasionally oversimplified throughout the book, the concept is paramount for all levels of an organization.
BUSINESS DISCOVERY: A recount of human history, peppered with dry humor, Harari provides historical and modern day comparisons on our thoughts, actions, power, and ultimately, our future. Currently considered a 'must read' by Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates.