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Leading with HEART: A Remodeler’s Book on Leadership, Company

I am always interested in books and articles on LEADERSHIP so I guess a couple of weeks ago now I read this Pro Remodeler article and I ordered a copy of the book and I can heartily recommend it. To me it reads a like it’s Allison Iantosca’s version of the classic...

Mark Green On Leadership

My friend (we grew up in the same home town of Chappaqua NY)  and Business & Leadership Growth Coach Mark Green (we grew up in the same hometown a few years apart) back in 2019 wrote a great book called: Activators: A CEO’s Guide to Clearer Thinking and Getting...

Book: Never Split the Difference

A good book I will have to put on my list to read again. I listened to the audiobook the first time around with the book and while I like the content I didn’t necessarily appreciate the guy who read the book. Besides with a Kindle copy of the book I can highlight...
Psychologist Daniel Kahneman On The “Planning Fallacy”

Psychologist Daniel Kahneman On The “Planning Fallacy”

I am a huge “fan” of the work of psychologist and winner of the 2002 Nobel in economic science Daniel Kahneman and his book Thinking, Fast and Slow is arguably one of the most valuable books I have ever read. And for those that think 499 pages of...
We’re Building An App For That, A Tool That Contractors Can Give To Their Prospects And Leads To Track And Record Their Product & Design Ideas

We’re Building An App For That, A Tool That Contractors Can Give To Their Prospects And Leads To Track And Record Their Product & Design Ideas

In her book seminal book The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live Sarah Susanka writes: “In a three-ring binder, start to assemble data about the places in your life that make you feel comfortable and those that make you feel uncomfortable....

Maybe the Most Valuable Book Out There on Understanding People

So I am reading and listening to an updated revised version of marketing guru Michael Port’s excellent book “Book Yourself Solid Illustrated: The Fastest, Easiest, and Most Reliable System for Getting More Clients Than You Can Handle Even if You Hate Marketing...

‘How Much Should I Charge?’ & ‘Where Did The Money Go’ get a Facelift

Well it looks like Ellen Rohr’s two great books that I so often recommend , How Much Should I Charge? Pricing Basics For Making Money Doing What You Love and Where Did the Money Go?: Accounting Basics for the Business Owner Who Wants to Get Profitable, have...

“Advertising is the tax you pay for being unremarkable.”

— Seth Godin

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