Books

From Zero To Bestseller In 9 Weeks

*** UPDATE*** The Calorie Myth is officially a NY Times Bestseller! *** We began working with Jonathan Bailor at the end of October through our friends at Digipowers. His new book was released today and we are proud to have helped with the process. As of last night his new book The Calorie Myth was the […]

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Information Overload Tips from Bob O’Hare

Bob O’Hare saw the email and information overload problems firsthand as a change agent and executive coach. His quest is for people and companies to re-think email communications, change email management behavior, get the benefits from email, unload the overload and save precious time. His book, Unload Email Overload, is full of great ideas for doing just […]

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Another Free Book: ROAR

While there is still time to win a copy of Leadership Conversations, our friends as Aveus are offering a copy of  ROAR: Strengthening business performance through speed, predictability, flexibility, and leverage. Partner Chris LaVictoire Mahai wrote a terrific business book and for the next week (till March 1st 2013) you can download the Kindle version through this […]

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The Tipping Point of New Tech

The title of this blog was adopted from a book written about a dozen years ago called The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference.  The book by Malcolm Gladwell was first published in 2000. He defines a tipping point as “the moment of critical mass, the threshold, and the boiling point.” […]

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Free book Giveaway!

Happy Valentine’s Day! We’re celebrating by giving away a free book. Four free books actually. We recently reviewed the book Leadership Conversations by Alan Berson and Richard Stieglitz and now have four copies to give away. All you have to do to enter is head to our contact page and tell us why you want […]

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Are You Having Leadership Conversations?

Leadership Conversations by Alan Berson and Richard Stieglitz is the ultimate guide to thriving as a high-potential manager and climbing the ladder to become a top organizational leader. Rather than engaging in an ongoing race to be heard and/or produce results, leaders of any level must learn how to ask great questions and listen to […]

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