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To Sell is Human

Daniel Pink has written another thought provoking business book. His past efforts include Free Agent Nation, Drive and A Whole New Mind. Pink and Malcolm Gladwell seem to have the Midas touch as authors. Both make a point with their books that is backed up with research to support that point. Plus, both are master […]

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Steve Jobs

This official biography of Steve Jobs isn’t a new book; it was published in 2011. I finally got around to reading it after an associate gave it a high recommendation. Being a couple of years old, used copies are readily available. I went to the most efficient market I know of, eBay, and found a […]

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Getting Naked

Getting Naked by Patrick Lencioni was recommended to me by a business associate. Lencioni is one of the most popular authors of business books. I had previously read just one of his books, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. While the book was well written, I wasn’t a fan. Perhaps because I read the book […]

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People–Revisiting a Classic

Stephen R. Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is, without a doubt, one of the classics of business literature. But it is also widely used by non-profit organizations, government and, really, every type of organization and by anyone who wants to be more effective. The teachings can help anyone. Let’s review Covey’s Seven Habits: […]

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