Books and Products
Reviews of professional development books and other products to help you succeed not only in business but also in life.
Book Yourself Solid - A Review
Women in business, this one book could save you valuable marketing time and energy. Do you want to find your ideal target market? Are you ready to set some new marketing goals and develop a practical plan of action? If you answered “yes,” then you´ll want to read this article and watch the video.
Building A Powerful Vision Board by Tess Denton
I highly recommend this book for the beginner who is thinking about creating her first Vision Board or the pro who has Vision Boards all over her home and office. The author provides many creative exercises that will have you thinking about your life, goals and how to create a more empowered future.
Business Ethics for Dummies – A Review
When I think about ethics, I think about doing “unto to others as you would have others do unto you” and then doing the right thing with respect and integrity. Business Ethics for Dummies is written to show us how to consistently reinforce these ethical principles in our daily business dealings.
Fish! - A Review
A quick read parable about how an insightful manager took an emotionally toxic work environment and turned it into an award winning team of motivated employees. Fish! is a small book about leadership, motivation and team building – all vital elements to a healthy happy work environment.
How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months – A Review
Great marketing advice for the woman in business who wants to know how to write, market and sell successful eBooks. There is an “art” to producing a best selling eBook and John Locke has found the winning formula. I was so impressed with this book, it became the basis for marketing my own eBooks.
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!
Promise Me - Nancy G. Brinker - A Review
How far would you go to keep a promise? In 1980 as Nancy’s sister Suzy lay dying of breast cancer, Suzy asked her to promise to help women become more aware of the disease that was silently taking the lives of thousands of mothers, grandmothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, partners and friends.
Shark Tales – Barbara Corcoran – Review
The subtitle caught my attention – How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business. If you are looking for a good believable success story filled with business-building tips, then you’ll want to make time to read Shark Tales.
The Greatest Salesman in the World – A Review
I’ve had this book on my shelf for years and hadn’t gotten around to reading it – I thought it was just for people in sales. I was wrong! The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino is for everyone who wants to succeed not only in business but also in life.
The Millionaire Messenger - A Review
If you have been thinking about writing an information product this could be the book for you. You can read the written review and watch my video. The author doesn’t guarantee you’ll be a millionaire but does believe you’ll pick up good ideas for creating and selling advice products.
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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