Business Book Club - Personal Development
Book Club selections that will help us grow ourselves so we can grow our businesses.
John C. Maxwell – Put Your Dream To The Test
Books written by John C. Maxwell are generally informational, inspirational and motivational. When I looked at the title of his new book, Put Your Dream To The Test: 10 Questions to Help You See It and Seize It, I decided this was one I wanted to study cover to cover - I’m glad I did.
Napoleon Hill – Think and Grow Rich
Published in 1937, Think and Grow Rich has become a “must read” book for those of us who are determined to succeed and thrive personally and professionally. 15 million copies have been sold and for good reason, it delivers solid and sound advice for achieving success. A classic for good reason!
Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office – Review
The subtitle of Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office by Lois Frankel caught my attention: 101 Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers. I am sure most of us will discover at least one “unconscious mistake” we can identify with and to which we can relate.
Practical Intuition For Success – A Review
I believe author Laura Day hits the intuitive nail on the head as she shows us how to fine-tune and use our intuition to not only succeed in business but create our ideal career. Here is a practical guide for tapping into our natural intuitive instincts to become more successful as businesswomen.
The Happiness Project - A Review
I truly enjoyed this book! I am generally a positive and optimistic person and yet, it seems like I attracted the right book at the right time. If you are looking for an uplifting yet practical book to help keep you focused on the positives of life, this is the book for you.
Who Moved My Cheese? – A Review Business Coach Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Business Coach Site Map
This classic book by Spencer Johnson is about the ability to change as our personal and professional world keeps changing. Change is inevitable. Change isn’t always fun and often not easy but in life, and in business, change is necessary. We have choices; we can embrace change or fight it.
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