I read because I just do. I read to be entertained, I read to become informed on matters where I have gaps in my thinking. During any given month, sometimes I strike gold or I lay a big goose egg. March 2019 was part gold, part goose egg.[Read more…] about Revisiting My March 2019 Reading List
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I started my print subscription to HBR in 2006 and I also have digital access too. I have no desire to drop either. But do options exist not counting Inc., Forbes, or Fortune? My crack staff of one did the research and the pickings are slim. Accordingly, don’t drop that subscription just yet.[Read more…] about Magazines Similar to Harvard Business Review
Some weeks, I write 1,000 words. Other weeks I write up to 10,000 words. I’m not counting email. The word meter would explode if I counted those words. I don’t love to write, I don’t hate to write. I just do. One thing I know about writing. Writing forces me to think clearly.[Read more…] about Writing – “I hate it, but I have/need to.”
Do you wish you had a list of every book you’ve ever read? I’m even talking about books you read back in high school. How I wish I could go back in time and tell my younger self to track the books I read. Ultimately, I started documenting the books I finished in 2009.[Read more…] about Do You Keep a List of the Books You’ve Read?
Imagine someone taps you on the shoulder, but you can’t see him or it. An authoritative voice you believe says there will be 7 years of prosperity in your business followed by 7 lean years of declining sales. What’s your next move? Calling your therapist is not an option.[Read more…] about Can God Forecast Accurately?
Are you a financial leader in a small business? Are you the controller? Or are you the small business tax firm who keeps more money in the pockets of the owners? Have you wondered what books these owners should be reading?[Read more…] about What Are the Best Business Books for Small Business Owners?
I’m going to go out on a limb and assume you probably don’t mind map any of the books you read. If you do, it’s probably a rare occurrence. I use mind mapping software regularly, and I can count on one hand the number of books I’ve mapped.[Read more…] about Mind Mapping Books
Some of the best advice I ever received on selling is something so few mid-sized sales departments ever do, and that’s to create a list of prospects they want to see. Dan Sullivan of the Strategic Coach teaches such a process.[Read more…] about The Most Self-Assured Comment I’ve Ever Read on Selling
If you’ve read Gerber’s The E-Myth Revisited, you are familiar with his mantra of working on the business instead of in the business. Even financial leaders should be working on their departments, not just in them. But is that the right or full message?[Read more…] about Michael Gerber is Partly Right, Partly Wrong