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Book Review: 5 Gears - How To Be Present And Productive When There Is Never Enough Time By Jeremie Kubicek And Steve Cockram

In a world full of constant distractions and time-consuming tasks, the authors believe we are experiencing not only technological advances but cultural upheaval.

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· 1 min read

Book Review: The Daily Edge By David Horsager

The Daily Edge is about workflow and productivity but if you take the time to go deeper and really implement the truly practical hints on a regular basis, you will see a change.

Amal Chaaban

· 1 min read

Book Review: How To Stand Out By Dr. Rob Yeung

Dr. Rob Yeung's How To Stand Out explores the tasks and ideas that push you out of your comfort zone.

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Book Review: Mindfulness Pocketbook: Little Exercises For A Calmer Life By Gill Hasson

Individuals with busy lives: the Mindfulness Pocketbook is a valuable tool with advice and exercises that will help you not only in your personal life, but your business one as well.

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· 1 min read

Book Review: The Gift Of Time By Gail Thomas

Author Gail Thomas aims to show you how one key item can both give you back valuable time to pursue new paths to grow your business, and to make your staff grow and expand in their roles

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· 1 min read

Book Review: Love Your Job By Kerry Hannon

Senior management and 'treps can use the book to help stagnant employees get motivated and productive again.

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Five Books For The Restaurateur

So you wanna be a restaurateur? Learn from the best with these books.

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· 5 min read

Book Review: The Real Life MBA: Your No-BS Guide To Winning The Game, Building A Team And Growing Your Career by Jack & Suzy Welch

A no-holds barred look at what you as an individual need to do to be able to work effectively in a team environment

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· 1 min read

Book Review: inGenius by Dr. Tina Seelig

When Dr. Tina Seelig, Professor of the Practice in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, writes a book about how creativity is a critical factor in business, you know it will be chock full of solid tools and implementation ideas.

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· 1 min read

Book Review: 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do By Amy Morin

At first glance, this is the farthest thing from a book that applies to corporate culture, but a deeper read shows that it is a great self-improvement tool.

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· 1 min read

Book Review: Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, And The Quest For A Fantastic Future By Ashlee Vance

Ashlee Vance explores Musk's beginnings, ventures, and most importantly his vision for the future of humankind.

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· 1 min read