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Sam Horn book summary by Anne Day for actionablebooks.com I was excited to read Sam Horn’s new book Got Your Attention?: How to Create Intrigue and Connect with Anyone. I have been a fan and follower for years, after reading her book POP and with her latest book, she doesn’t disappoint. And full disclosure, she
FOUR SECONDS: All the Time You Need to Stop Counter-Productive Habits and Get the Results You Want Peter Bregman by Soundview Book reviews: SOLUTIONS TO FAMILIAR MISTAKES At a party in Greenwich Village, author and consultant Peter Bregman hears a yelp as one of the guests steps on the host’s dog. The guest yells at
The Creator’s Code The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs by Amy Wilkinson Soundview Book Reviews: Consultant and entrepreneur Amy Wilkinson’s book, The Creator’s Code, is a step-by-step guide on how to become a successful entrepreneur. It is based on 200 interviews with those who have achieved the heights of entrepreneurship — from well-known pioneers
by Soundview Book reviews: Consultant and author Paul Stoltz has previously written extensively on adversity, developing what he calls the “Adversity Quotient,” which measures the ability to leverage setbacks and failures into success. Stoltz has more recently discovered, however, that while AQ is essential to success, it is not sufficient. As he explains in his
Tom Rath’s book interview with Todd Henry of the Accidental Creative Tom Rath is the author of several books, including Strengths Finder 2.0, and Eat Move Sleep. His new book is called Are You Fully Charged?, and addresses the small actions that make a big difference in everyday effectiveness in life and work. Listen to
by Frances Cole Jones: In today’s fast-paced world, where an elevator ride with your CEO can turn into an impromptu meeting, your lunch date can become a job interview, and your conversation at a cocktail party may be a preamble to a potential business merger, knowing how to market yourself in any situation is vital.