This blog post is the newest in our monthly Book Review series. The following books reviewed are a collection of invaluable reads, topics include: marketing, medicine, leadership and women in business.
Platform… Get Noticed in a Noisy World by Michael Hyatt is a prodigious guide for helping to build a brand and identifies how to get your business’ message out there. I wish I had seen this book earlier in my business journey. I already practice several of Hyatt’s brand strategies, but the book taught me details and helped me refine the strategies I currently have in place. I highly recommend his book to anyone with a message to spread about their business. Hyatt’s guidance will help you touch more lives.
Athena Doctrine: How Women (and the Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future by John Gerzema and Michael D’Antonio. The book discusses a number of studies and projects worldwide. The personality characteristics profiled, as typically of being associated with females are deliberated. The authors argue that certain female characteristics can create better outcomes for groups. I agree that what females are typically better at can be used to benefit us all.
The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddahartha Mukherjee is an excellent read for understanding the history, progression and behind the scenes exploration in cancer research and current treatments. Mr. Mukherjee breaks down the knowledge known about cancer and breakthroughs. From a business standpoint, much of the information is transferrable. How do you conduct tests? When do you change direction? Is your timing, right? I couldn’t help but compare his insights on cancer to my client’s struggles to get their businesses just right. A great read if you want to take an outsider’s look at medicine and understand what is going on behind the scenes.
Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter by Liz Wisemen does a great job at helping leaders think about leadership – specifically how they are going to empower teams members to be better leaders. A lot of food for thought in here on how to delegate and how to build a culture of growth.
These books are available on Amazon.com. If you missed October’s Book Review post in this series, the following are books previously reviewed.
|Previous Book Reviews|
|10X Mind Expander||Dan Sullivan||September 2016|
|Amplify Your Business: Rock My Imagine||Jen DeVore Richter||August 2016|
|Discover True North||Anne Bruce||August 2016|
|Don’t Tank Your TED Talk||Hayley Foster||September 2016|
|Focus your Energy||Thom Hartmann||September 2016|
|God’s Business||Kurt Glacy||September 2016|
|How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling||Frank Bettger||September 2016|
|Mass Influence||Teresa de Grosbois||August 2016|
|Power through Partnership: How Women Lead Better Together||Betsy Polk & Maggie Ellis Chotas||September 2016|
|Stop Complainers and Energy Drainers||Linda Swindling||August 2016|
|The Hunger for Happiness||Kathy Brandon||August 2016|
|Trust Your Self||Marilyn Waller||September 2016|
|Unmarketing||Scott Stratten||August 2016|
|Wake Up! Break Rules!||Charlene Gilman||August 2016|
|You Were Born Rich||Bob Proctor||August 2016|
|Your Presentation Is a Joke||Marshall Chiles||September 2016|
|Nice Girls Still Don’t Get the Corner Office||Lois P. Frankel||October 2016|
|Red Notice||Bill Browder||October 2016|
|Learning How To Avoid The Gap||Dan Sullivan||October 2016|
|If You Want It Done Right, You Don’t Have to Do It Yourself||Donna M. Genett, Ph. D.||October 2016|
|The Inequality Equalizer||Jen Abernathy||October 2016|
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