Written by entrepreneur and performance psychology expert Joshua Medcalf, Chop Wood, Carry Water is a short and easy read with great lessons and examples. “For me, it was much more effective to read and learn from the boy’s experiences than to just read about the lesson and what needs to be done to improve,” explains Daryl. “I like seeing the application and learning the ‘why’ behind the principle.”
“Make Your Bed” shares ten principles, each illustrated through a story. The book stresses accomplishment, teamwork, leadership, kindness, and inspiration.
We’ve all heard the adage “the best way to get somewhere is a straight line,” but author Rich Christiansen suggests otherwise. Christiansen is an entrepreneur who has founded or cofounded more than 30 businesses. Some of them were colossal failures, others were multi-million-dollar successes.
Julie Ertz, a member of the USWNT’s back-to-back World Cup-winning teams, shares her experiences from chasing her dream of being a professional soccer player, and the themes translate for all goal-pursuers – soccer and otherwise.
Whether a first date, a parent-teacher conference or a meeting with a potential client, the time you spend engaging with people can be intimidating and leave you wondering about the type of impression you make. Vanessa Van Edwards takes the guesswork out of such interactions
AEC Marketing Fundamentals | Your Keys to Success is part of the recommended reading for the SMPS Certified Professional Services Marketer exam. The book overlays emerging innovations in marketing with fundamental concepts around AEC marketing.
Mary Abbajay's Managing Up: How to Move up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss offers practical tips and real-life examples readers can apply to manage up, down or sideways.
Business leaders who'd like to move from good to great will find inspiration in Jim Collins’ famous book, Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't.
Harvey MacKay’s timeless book, Swim With The Sharks, provides many practical solutions for the potentially dangerous waters of the business world.
Focus Engineering & Surveying’s company culture embraces and encourages continuing education. Owner Ron Paul selected Extreme Ownership based on its principles and concepts, and the entire company is now reading it together.
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