interesting Business Books

Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me) – Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs Bad Decisions and Hurtful Acts by Carol Tavris – Easy read that brings to light not only the dreaded beam in your own blind eye but helps you discern an alternate path for others through this vexing interpersonal behaviour.

Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You by John Warrillow – So much more than just applying a valuation formula! Engaging read with great supporting tools; You don't have to read this to understand "selling your business" but also how to work "ON" your business

The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It.  Kindle version by Michael E. Gerber – What a revelation! The miracle is that "our" small business survived while making ALL these errors!

Drive (2009) The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink – Reading it electronically because I'm surfing airports! Seems easy enough to read, about a very detailed and complex subject; great motivational and "people analysis" ideas; ever thought of NOT paying salespeople commission?

Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle by Jim Rohn – Why can't we "easily" read about lives that went wrong and the decisions that led to their moment of truth; Hard read but very thought provoking.

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy – Excellent read motivated me to use the free resources to build and follow my own development path!

Wealth Through Workshops – by Callan Rush – A compelling read bringing a well researched view to many gut-felt methods; Following a step-by-step way to increase attendance and retained learning! She writes like she comes across in her videos veracious knowledgable and convincing!

The Funnel Principle: What Every Salesperson Must Know About Selling by Mark Sellers – Very easy read of a central principle and crucial management tool to ensure a critical business process can be monitored innovated and orchestrated.

Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine – reading and assimilating for the second time. Not the easiest of reads but definitely not an academic approach. Great teaching about the negative and positive voices we hear as we strive to be better. I think an absolute necessity for self-improvement but also if you are in the business of motivating others to achieve.