Book Reviews

Ownership Thinking by Brad Hams

Ownership Thinking by Brad Hams

There are a handful of business books I’ve read over the years that have made a tremendous impact on how I lead and coach. These have included The E-Myth Revisited, First Break All the Rules, Built to Sell and How Full is Your Bucket, among others. A new one has... continue

Do You Want to Sell your Business Someday?

Do You Want to Sell your Business Someday?

Built To Sell by John Warrillow is a must read for any small business owner who wants to have an exit strategy. Whether you want to sell your business or not, if you follow the authors strategy, you'll have the freedom to sell it or receive a salary well into... continue

7 Habits

7 Habits

I have to believe that the 7 Habits is one of the most influential business books every written. Covey uncovers concepts deeply integral to life fulfillment and lasting joy. LIfe without them is a life less lived. - Andrew Amrhein, Associate Coach, Nolan Consulting Group, Inc

hug your customers

hug your customers

I would highly recommend reading the book, "Hug Your Customers." It has great ideas on how we can create an environment of individuals who are team players and help YOU run a successful business by loving customers. Most of the things mentioned in the book are things we are probably... continue

little voice mastery

little voice mastery

One of the best books I have ever read. Every page holds gems that can be implemented immediately. It will help clear your head trash!   - Tom Van Der Kolk, Van Der Kolk Painting, Summit Member

Question Behind the Question

Question Behind the Question

QBQ- When you're frustrated with someone or something and you think why is this happening to me? Step back and ask The Question Before the Question. What can I do about it? Or How can I affect a positive outcome. QBQ helps us understand the dynamics of Personal Accountability and... continue

The Entrepreneurial Myth (E-Myth)

The Entrepreneurial Myth (E-Myth)

E-Myth- Business is about systems. People run the systems the systems runs the business. There are so many great concepts in the E_Myth: "Work on your business not in it," "Quantify, Orchestrate, Innovate," "Once a week have a meeting about the rules of the game," that it is impossible to... continue

The 4-Hour Workweek Book Review

The 4-Hour Workweek Book Review

I reviewed the first edition of The Four Hour Workweek and was surprised by the content, it was a fresh look at a new idea (Lifestyle Design) and it offered some really practical, useful advice that virtually anyone could implement. I recommended the book to many people - most liked... continue