Book Review

Rethink Creativity: How to Innovate and Thrive at...

Rethink Creativity really does help you learn how to innovate. I got Rethink Creativity through a fellow Bookstagrammer, booksonthegoidn (someone who posts photos of books on Instagram) who got it directly from...More...

Building a StoryBrand – Let Your Customers be...

Building a StoryBrand helps you to clarify your message so your customers will listen. I held off on buying Building a StoryBrand when it came out. However, the concept of...More...

The New Space Race – Will SpaceX Always...

Who is leading the New Space Race, SpaceX, Blue Origin, or Virgin Galactic? The Space Barons by Christian Davenport is about the new race to space lead not by the...More...

The Power of Now – Live in the...

The Power of Now means to live in the now. It’s a must-read book for everyone. Calling all of the human race. The Power of Now is an eye-opening and meticulous...More...

Secrets of the Chandrian Uncovered in The Wise...

Secrets of the Chandrian Uncovered in The Wise Man’s Fear Kvothe (Kote), the Bloodless, the Arcane, Taborlin the Great. He has been called many things before, but can he actually...More...

Pre-suasion – 8 Takeaways to Get Your Way

Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade by Robert Cialdini Pre-suasion is about giving you the tools to persuade your customers ethically before you even lead them into the sale. This...More...

Norse Mythology Neil Gaiman Review – Five Great...

Norse Mythology Neil Gaiman Review The book, Norse Mythology Neil Gaiman review is exactly like the title says it’s about. Norse mythology. Have you heard of it? You probably have...More...

Tiny Business: 7 Steps to Growing Your Own...

The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living by Sharon Rowe Barrett-Koehler Publishers asked me to give an honest review of this...More...

Successful Entrepreneurs Use Stories to Stand Out

Successful Entrepreneurs Use Stories to Stand Out – The Storyteller’s Secret by Carmine Gallo I’ve always been a fan of reading stories. When I was younger those stories were mainly...More...