The Way Back by Phil Cooke & Jonathan Bock is a call to reexamine our attitudes and actions as believers, and reengage in ways that can truly transform our culture.
The Science of Selling by David Hoffeld draws upon thousands of studies in psychology and neuroscience to give you a blueprint for getting inside your buyer's head.
Bill Burnett & Dave Evans apply product design principles taught at Stanford University to life design in their helpful new book, "Designing Your Life." Here's my review.
In the "Art of Thinking Clearly," Rolf Dobelli has complied a list of 99 cognitive errors we often make. It's a helpful resource for those important decisions in your life.
The Startup Checklist captures the essentials of starting a new business from one of the foremost authorities on startups. It's like having a mini-roadmap from someone who's been down that road often enough to tell you where and when ...
"The Net may well be the single most powerful mind-altering technology that has ever come into general use," asserts Nicholas Carr in his book, "The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains."
In "Smarter Faster Better," Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Duhigg presents eight solid productivity principles in an engaging way.
Roger Thompson's book, "Do the Next Right Thing," is a guidebook to steer your perplexed heart through the hard choices and challenges you face.
The creativity classic, "The Path of Least Resistance" by Robert Fritz will help you identify the structures you need to create the outcomes you desire for your life and business. Here's my review.
“The ability to concentrate intensely is a skill that must be trained.” Georgetown University professor Cal Newport’s simple observation has never been more urgent. Never before have there been so many distractions vying for our attention. Social media and ...