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By Mark Manson Other than the obvious profanities in this book, the author does something, which is part of my everyday work, he challenges many commonly held philosophies that shape every aspect of human existence! He challenges many conscious and unconscious beliefs and assumptions that disempower people’s lives. Illustrating this point he eloquently states ….  [ Read More ]

By Mike Southon and Chris West I would estimate that around 90% of the thousands of entrepreneurs I have met (both of start-ups and established businesses) are NOT effective at the fundamentals spelled out in this book (and most probably have not read it), the 10% that are aware of these fundamentals usually have the  [ Read More ]

By Andrew Craig This book was recommended to me by a schoolteacher called Darren, who is well on the way to becoming financially independent. Darren was not exactly born with a silver spoon in his mouth and he has built up a significant diverse investment portfolio whilst earning a schoolteacher’s salary! The wisdom and knowledge  [ Read More ]

Many people are unaware of the recent rapid rise of the social enterprise sector – it is worth £60 Billion annually in the UK economy alone!  This book has been written to address the most prominent challenges the authors have found in their years of consulting and coaching the leaders of Social Enterprises of all sizes. Even if you  [ Read More ]

By Chris McChesney, Sean Covey & Jim Hurling Getting sh*t done!I have been blessed to work with many extremely successful entrepreneurs and if I was to observe one attribute, above all others that they all share it would be; ‘their consistent execution’. Or in more grounded language ‘they get sh*t done!’ What I love about  [ Read More ]

This book is the ultimate paradox as there will be some people who read this book and only give it a 1-star rating not the 5-stars I am giving it. The reason is that some people simply will not see the profound opportunity that the book itself presents because they don’t regularly practice the principles  [ Read More ]

‘On Time On Target – How teams and companies can cut through complexity and get things done…the fighter pilot way’. By James Murphy (Murf) & Christian Boucousis (Boo) Wow! I love this book, it’s so refreshing compared to your typical ‘How to do business leadership better books’.  Whilst categorizing this book as a must-read for  [ Read More ]

By Jeremy Heimens and Henry Timms Effective leadership in our new emerging world requires understanding it’s latest evolving power dynamics. This book provides a wonderfully insightful summary of the exponential transformation in how people are influenced to think, act and behave as our world becomes ever more hyperconnected.  The tone of the book is set  [ Read More ]

A children’s book is the Thought Leadership Book of the month! You may be curious as to why after 11 years of reviewing books relating to thought leadership, business & personal transformation that I am reviewing a ‘children’s book’!? Like no other books I have previously encountered, The Wise Bear Stories have engaged my own  [ Read More ]

By Verne Harnish Mastering the Rockefeller Habits 2.0 In the words of the character ‘Red’ (played by Morgan Freeman) in the film The Shawshank Redemption “You gotta make a choice, you either get busy living or you get busy dying!” In nature a plant that ‘has stopped growing’, ‘is dying’ or in the process of dying,  [ Read More ]

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