Meet The Key Master & Unlock 107 Ways to Get More Done!

In a world where you have to think fast and get results even faster, time is everything. The key is to master it. Think of Gavin Preston as your locksmith. His new book “Time Tactics That Work: 107 Ways to Get More Done” will have its Kindle debut on 29th [...]

2017-09-03T14:03:59+00:00 By |iRead, iRecommend|0 Comments

On Becoming Fearless by Ariana Huffington

I stumbled across this book on a blog forum in which I participate.  It looks very interesting - I just ordered my copy.  Will have my personal review once I've read it but for the moment, here's the book description that sold me: A manifesto for women on how to [...]

2017-09-03T14:05:05+00:00 By |iRead|0 Comments

The eMyth By Michael Gerber

Believe it or not, The E-Myth was the first business book I read and I read it at a critical time in my business - months before I needed to know the difference between working in my business and working on my business. Many entrepreneurs consider The E-Myth a guide [...]

2017-09-03T14:05:10+00:00 By |iRead|0 Comments

E-mail Unplugged

Discover the freedom of reading emails periodically throughout the day with Tim Ferris' The 4-Hour Workweek and Send: The Essential Guide to Email for Office and Home.

2017-09-03T14:06:07+00:00 By |iRead|0 Comments

Small Is The New Big

Seth Godin, author of the new book Small is the New Big, has a mission—to help business people realize how smart they already are. He's focused on getting people to do what they know is right, instead of settling for the status quo. He writes and talks relentlessly about the [...]

2017-09-03T14:06:08+00:00 By |iRead|0 Comments

There’s A Customer Born Every Minute

The infamous showman P.T. Barnum is perhaps best known for having said "There's a sucker born every minute." However, Barnum never said or wrote the line at all. Actually, Barnum believed that a customer is born every minute, and it was this respect for the customer that drove his success. [...]

2017-09-03T14:06:09+00:00 By |iRead|0 Comments