Our Summaries

Crossing The Chasm
There's a chasm between selling in an early market and a mature market that the most successful companies understand. Join the club.
Nine Lies About Work
What if "the way you've always done it" isn't working any more? Join us as we explore the Nine Lies About Work, and what you can do to replace them with practices that actually work.
Topgrading
Topgrading is the most thorough strategy available for hiring, coaching and keeping A Players. Get started Topgrading your organization today.
Best Self
Are you thriving? Is this life you are living the best possible version? Sometimes, all it takes is a little tough love and sensible redirection to change everything, forever. Your transformation starts here...
Factfulness
The world isn't getting worse. Life isn't getting harder. Opportunity isn't drying up. In fact, the facts tell the opposite story. This fascinating book reveals why we often believe a false narrative, and what you can do to live with clarity.
Willpower Doesn
You've got goals. Some lofty, some more achievable. But how do you get there? Old school thinking says to buckle down, resist temptation and just get it done. This summary suggests a more realistic, direct route.
Thinking Fast and Slow
How do you put your pants on? How do you make a business decision? Our brains use different methods to make these two very different decisions. And if you know how those methods work, you can make better decisions.
Multipliers
Some leaders destroy talent in their blind rush to succeed. Smarter leaders seek to multiply talent within their employees and companies. This summary can show you how to instigate growth by fostering talent.
The Daily Stoic
This fascinating book presents 366 new interpretations of quotes from popular Stoic philosophers (Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetu and more) that bring new meaning to the modern world.
Be Fearless
When the Chairperson of National Geographic explored what enabled some people to create extraordinary change in the world while others couldn't, she found five common threads. Here they are...
What Got You Here Won
School, successes, failures, theories, experiences... they have all been useful stepping stones to get you to where you are today in your life. But here's the bad news: they probably aren't useful in showing you how to get to the next level. But help is just a click away...
Sprint
Lace up. This summary will show you how to solve all your big problems and test new ideas in only 5 days. On your marks...
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
A place for everything and everything in its place. These are not just words for household order, but a more powerful reminder that your life itself can be more structured, focussed and effective. Read on to find out how.
Leadership in Turbulent Times
It's often thought that true leaders are forged in the fires of crisis and chaos. These are the moments that separate the great from the ordinary. Read on to find out how you can rise above.
Necessary Endings
Sometimes, you have to let go. Relationships, businesses, employees are often the obstacle that stands between you and a more successful future. It's difficult. It's painful. And it's necessary. Find out how to take this step effectively in our summary.
Sapiens
This groundbreaking and entertaining book explains how our species became the planet's dominant lifeform through cooperation and the power of imagination.
The Formula
Albert-László Barabási is a physicist and professor of Network Science... and has an uncanny insight into how success can be engineered. Read this summary to discover the profound secrets that you can tap into.
Can
David Goggins is the only man ever to train as an Army Ranger, Navy SEAL and Air Force Tactical Air Controller. His life experiences have helped him understand that most people only use about 40% of their abilities. This summary explores how you can unlock the other 60%.
This is Marketing
The inimitable Seth Godin, marketing guru, author and power-blogger succinctly collects all his years of marketing insights, ideas and wisdom into one terrific book. It's everything you need to know, and we've got it summarized right here.
The Power of Now
We all know that living in the present leads to a healthier, much happier and more fulfilling life. This summary shows us exactly how to get to and stay within the present amid the bustle of our daily grind.
Becoming
An extraordinary book of stories, insights and inspirations from Michelle Obama, former First Lady of the United States.
Atomic Habits
Change your trajectory with small consistent steps. James Clear shows you how to get just 1% better every single day in this eye-opening summary.
The Laws of Human Nature
Read this summary to find out how to separate yourself from your own emotions, master self-control, develop more empathy and resist conformity.
The Dichotomy of Leadership
In order to be a good leader, you must also be a good follower. Learn why and how here.
Dare to Lead
Learn now to become a more courageous leader in this practical and insightful guide by best-selling author Brene Brown.
High-Profit Prospecting
Prospecting is the most critical element of any sales funnel. Without prospects, even the world's best closer will have nothing to work with. This summary busts the myths and shares terrific advice for powering up your prospecting.
Asking Questions The Sandler Way
A good salesperson is like a petulant child: always asking questions. The trick is to ask the right questions at the right time. This summary gives us all the answers...
The Best Team Wins
Up to 80 percent of all work is now done in teams. Yet, the vast majority of teams underperform. This book shows you how to solve that problem so you can unlock the very best from your people.
Who
The average hiring mistake costs companies $1.5 million. This book will help you avoid that mistake, and finally hire the best people for the right roles.
The Carrot Principle
Simply put, when employees know that their strengths and potential will be praised and recognized, they are significantly more likely to produce value.
Generations At Work
Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials each have unique work ethics, management perspectives, idiosyncratic styles, and different ways of viewing their role in the world. Assembling an effective team built with this mosaic of individuals can be challenging and rewarding. Here's how...
Build an A Team
It's simple: your business will never grow without a team working together. How far and fast that growth will occur is based entirely on the quality of your team. So don't settle for mediocre employees. Aim higher - aim to build an A team. Read on to learn how.
The Culture Code
Company culture can be one of the most misunderstood and under-appreciated elements of success. In this terrific book, Danial Coyle reveals what's really important, and how to foster a culture that helps your team thrive.
Gen Z at Work
Kids these days... Whatever you think you know about Generation Z is most likely wrong. This insightful summary will take you deeper into their psyche, motivations and expectations. Which will help reveal new ways to connect, manage and work with this empowered tribe.
The Speed of Trust
Steven Covey believes that trust is "the one thing that changes everything” in both business and life. Our summary reveals the steps you can take to foster this powerful force in all of your relationships.
You are a Badass
As the subtitle to this book says, it's time to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life.
Servant Leadership In Action
When you become a leader, you give up your right to think of yourself first. Servant leadership is a behavioural model about always putting others first.
On Becoming a Leader
Warren Bennis believes that leadership is a dance between knowing who you are as a person, and knowing the world and people around you. Get your dance instructions here...
Leadership & Self Deception
There's one specific thing that is holding us all back from becoming better leaders - and it starts with getting out of "the box."
Venture Deals
If you are considering raising money from a venture capital firm, this book is a must read.
Girl, Wash Your Face
If you've ever suspected that everyone else has life figured out but you don't, Rachel Hollis has a secret for us: nobody does. Learn the 20 lies and misconceptions that hold us back from living a joyful and productive life.
21 Lessons For The 21st Century
In his previous best-seller, Sapiens, he explored the past. Now Yuval Noah Harari explores 21 pressing issues that will define our future, including whether or not computers and robots change the meaning of being human.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a &%$#
Is it possible that in order to find happiness we need to stop being so positive all the time? Mark Manson answers that question and shows us a new way in this best-selling book.
Rethinking Positive Thinking
Here's something fascinating: the obstacles that we believe get in our way from achieving our greatest goals can actually help us accomplish them faster. Read our summary to find out why.
The Art of Possibility
The only thing you can control in any situation is yourself. Eliminate the automatic focussing on things and people outside your control and new possibilities will open up.
The 1% Windfall
Raising your prices by just 1% can increase your profits, overnight. Learn how to do it right with The 1% Windfall.
PsychoCybernetics
Maxwell Maltz has lifted the lid on why so many people struggle to believe in their ability to succeed, both personally and professionally.
12 Rules For Life
In order to help us better deal with the realities of the world we live in, Jordan Peterson gives us his 12 Rules For Life.
Daring Greatly
Brené Brown has written a refreshing take on modern courage, vulnerability and personal effectiveness. Our summary captures its true essence.
Man
Viktor Frankl used "the will to meaning" to survive the Nazi concentration camps. What can you learn from him? Everything.
Authentic Happiness
Science has a lot to say about what makes us happy, including how we think about our past, present and future. Learn it all here.
10% Happier
If finding bliss and nirvana has failed you, maybe finding the secrets to becoming 10% happier is the path to fulfilment. Find out how to do it here.
How Will You Measure Your Life
How can you be successful in your career AND your relationships with your friends and family? Find your roadmap here.
Radical Candor
What's radical about candor? This summary defines a new leadership style as "Care Personally" + "Challenge Directly." Learn how you can do it right.
The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing
Your complete guide to the strategy and tactics of setting price to optimize profits.
Confessions of The Pricing Man
Setting prices is one of the most important (and most ignored) profit levers in your business. Here's how to get it right.
Creating Great Choices
Learn how to create great choices instead of choosing the "least worst" option.
Performing Under Pressure
Feeling the pressure? You can still perform at your highest level with these fascinating tips based on scientific insights.
Principles
Learn the principles the founder of the largest hedge fund on the planet uses to run his business and life. This is a game-changer.
The Organized Mind
This book teaches you how to use your mind - the most powerful tool you have - to focus on the work that's most important to your success.
Stumbling Upon Happiness
What will truly make you happy? This summary will give you the answer, but be warned, it may not be what you are expecting!
They Ask, You Answer
This is the most straightforward social media and content marketing strategy ever created.
How To Win Friends and Influence People
This is the book that started the personal development revolution.
Unlimited Power
This personal development classic launched Tony Robbins career.
Brief
Learn how to communicate your message briefly and powerfully. It's like Six Sigma for your mouth.
Building A Story Brand
Here's a 7-step process to clarify your message so customers will listen.
The Cilantro Diaries
Most of what makes you successful in your career you don't learn at school. Lorenzo Gomez sets the record straight.
Focus
Learn how to develop the three types of focus you need in order to thrive.
The Upside of Stress
As it turns out, whether or not stress is harmful has a lot to do with how you view it.
Mastery
This book is about creating the life you want through the pursuit of mastery.
The Obstacle Is The Way
Your life and business are full of obstacles. Get three new strategies to deal with them once and for all.
Rising Strong
If you are playing a big game, you are going to fail. How you get back up again matters. Learn how to do it right.
The Language of Emotional Intelligence
Learn the 5 critical skills you need to become an emotional intelligence powerhouse.
Emotional Intelligence 2.0
Emotional intelligence is critical to your success. Here's how to level yourself up.
Answering The Ultimate Question
You learned about Net Promoter Score from The Ultimate Question 2.0. Now learn how to implement and use it successfully.
The Power of Habit
Charles Duhigg teaches us how habits are formed, how you can change them, and how you can make the change last.
The Checklist Manifesto
Atul Gawande has a startling idea: that many of the problems that we face today can be solved by the simple, humble checklist.
The Referral Engine
Great referrals create great business. The Referral Engine by John Jantsch offers a systematic approach to establishing word of mouth as a comprehensive marketing strategy.
Peer Coaching At Work
When it comes to learning, one of the most overlooked, low-cost and under-utilized methods is peer coaching. Here's how to do it right.
Go Put Your Strengths To Work
You get peak performance by focusing on your strengths and minimizing your weaknesses. Here's how.
The Effortless Experience
What is creating customer loyalty wasn't about providing exceptional service? What if it was about creating an Effortless Experience?
The Ultimate Question 2.0
There is one question that can help you define a great customer experience, leading to more customer loyalty and profits. Learn what it is and start using it today.
E-Myth Revisited
This business classic tells us how to treat our business as a franchise, and flourish as a result.
Traction
Remove the roadblocks to growth and profit by learning and applying the Traction system for the 6 main components to your business.
Questions That Sell
Some questions sell more than others. Paul Cherry knows which ones do, and now you can too.
Start Thinking Like a Buyer
You can sell a lot more if you start thinking like a buyer, and stop acting like a seller. Details inside.
How The Mighty Fall
There are 5 stages of decline in once great companies. Learn what they are so you don't fall victim to them in your own business.
Difficult Conversations
What are the 3 conversations inside every difficult conversation? What are the 5 steps to having a difficult conversation? The answers are, surprisingly, NOT difficult. Learn why and how in this very practical summary.
Crucial Conversations
Most human problems lie in how people behave when others disagree with them about important and emotional issues. Here's how to do it well.
Fierce Conversations
Having real conversations where real and previously unspoken issues get resolved is at the heart of this fantastic book.
Mastering The Rockefeller Habits
Learn the habits that highly successful, fast growing companies embed in their business.
Bridging The Soft Skills Gap
Do you find that members on your team lack critical soft-skills? This book will help you bridge those gaps.
Small Giants
You don't have to build a billion dollar business to claim victory. You can have a huge impact by building a Small Giant.
Getting Things Done
It is possible to have an overwhelming number of things to do and still feel in command of every situation you find yourself in. Here's how...
Make It Stick
Making learning stick is a difficult task. This book shows you exactly how to do just that.
Deep Work
The key to success in the new economy is Deep Work. Find out what it means for you, right now.
Zag
Building a brand is hard. But not if you learn the 17 steps that Marty Neumeier teaches us in Zag.
Think And Grow Rich
This is the book that started the personal development revolution. Learn it again for the first time.
The Ultimate Sales Machine
What do you need to focus on for sales mastery? The 12 things that are inside Chet Holmes' Ultimate Sales Machine.
The 5 Dysfunctions Of A Team
There are 5 dysfunctions that plague every team. But fear not, they're rarely terminal. In this summary, you'll discover what they are and how to eliminate them, forever.
Making Ideas Happen
As Thomas Edison said: “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration”. This is a book about the 99% - about making your ideas happen.
Built To Last
Some companies are built to be very successful for a very long time. Jim Collins and Jerry Porras teach us how to do it.
Purple Cow
If there was a one sentence summary of this book, it would be the subtitle: transform your business by being remarkable.
The Greatest Salesman In The World
How do you become the greatest salesman in the world? Learn the ten lessons you need to learn to get there.
Work Rules
Learn now Lazlo Bock led people operations at Google during its time of greatest growth, and how he helped created one of the most unique corporate cultures on the planet.
Free
Free. It's a magical price, and it's reshaping business as we know it. Learn what to do about it in this summary by the same name.
You Can
Take control of the sales process with the Sandler Training 7-Step System for Successful Selling.
True North
Old school leadership is on the way out. On the way in? Being authentic and finding your True North.
Tribes
Seth Godin tells us that Tribes are more important than ever. This is your field guide for creating one that sparks a movement.
The Happiness Advantage
Shawn Achor is here to tell us how being happy is the prescursor to your success, not the result of it. Truly illuminating.
Positioning
Positioning is how you reach your target customers in a crowded marketplace. This marketing classic teaches you how.
The Relationship Edge
This book is a reminder that business always has, and always will be, about building relationships. Here's how to build them powerfully.
Primal Leadership
What is emotional intelligence and how will it make you a better, more effective leader? Find out inside.
The Fifth Discipline
What is a learning organization and why does it matter? Learn the 5 disciplines required to get there with Peter Senge's classic.
Creativity, Inc.
Pixar is a juggernaut of innovation and creativity. Learn how they continue to churn out world class work, year after year.
Leaders Eat Last
In the Marines, the leaders eat last. Simon Sinek makes the convincing argument that we should follow their lead if we want our organizations to thrive.
The Micro-Script Rules
It’s rare that a book title says it all, but if there was ever a book to do it, it’s this one. The Micro-Script Rules: It's not what people hear. It's what they repeat...
Predictable Prospecting
To get predictability in revenue, you need to have predictable lead generation. This book is your guidebook with the formulas you need to get there.
Everybody Matters
Making a difference in the lives of your people is not only more important than the bottom line, but can help drive it. Learn how Bob Chapman puts this into practice at a $2.4 billion company.
Motivational Management
People come to work for their own reasons. Your job as a manager is to figure out what those reasons are. This book will help you get there.
Your Exit Map
Selling your business might be harder than you think. Here's why you should start your exit planning today.
The Fish That Ate The Whale
Sam Zemurray - The Banana Man - represents the best and worst of the American dream. He's also one of the greatest entrepreneurs you've never heard of.
Talent Is Overrated
Geoff Colvin teaches us that the only path to greatness is through "deliberate practice." Learn what it is, and how you can use it to reach the pinnacle of your field.
Lean Branding
Can you build a brand using the scientific method? Laura Busche thinks so, and she wrote Lean Branding to show you how.
Selling To Big Companies
Selling to big companies can transform your business, if you do it the right way. Here's how.
Bold
This is the first time in history that you have access to everything you need to take on any challenge. As long as you are passionate and committed, you have access to the technology, minds and capital to literally change the world.
Zero To One
Peter Thiel happens to know the secret question that could make you the next Mark Zuckerberg or Jeff Bezos. Learn what it is - and how to answer it - now.
Willpower
Willpower is an elusive thing. Somedays you feel like you have it, other days you don't. Here's how to build your willpower muscle so you can accomplish your biggest goals.
Value Proposition Design
Understanding the core problems that are facing your customers and communicating that clearly to your customers is critical. Learn how to do it here.
The Psychology of Selling
You are about to learn the 11 customer needs that you can appeal to in order to become a better sales person. Sound good?
Setting The Table
Learn how Danny Meyer created an empire in an industry that has the highest failure rate on the planet - the restaurant business.
Youtility
Marketing has changed a bit in the last 5 years. According to Jay Baer, in order to succeed we need to stop trying to be amazing, and start being useful. Learn how inside.
Flow
One of the keys to creativity is to be in a state of flow. This book based on the seminal work of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi teaches you how to get there.
Essentialism
Saying no to seemingly great opportunities is one of the most underrated skills in business today. Learn how to do it well so you can focus on your most essential tasks and strategies.
Growth Hacker Marketing
Just imagine your company going from a dead stop to 8.5 million subscribers in one year. Go ahead, actually imagine it. Now learn what it takes to get there.
When Buyers Say No
Learn the 8 reasons prospects say no and what you can do about it, and you’ll be on your way to making more sales than you ever thought possible.
The Leadership Gap
In her book The Leadership Gap, Lolly Daskal introduces us to a system of seven archetypes that will help view yourself objectively so that you can identify the gaps you face as you work towards greatness.
Never Split The Difference
Learn the negotiation tactics Chris Voss mastered negotiating with terrorists while at the FBI. You'll never negotiate the same way again.
Getting To Yes
Negotiation is never easy, because almost nobody likes conflict. But you can find a better path to getting what you want while retaining a working relationship with the other side: principled negotiation.
The Progress Principle
The secret to great culture and performance is to create the conditions for great inner work life - empowering talented people to succeed at meaningful work. Find out how with the Progress Principle.
Playing To Win
If you are going to play, play to win. In this summary, you’ll learn what strategy really is (and what it isn't), and the 5 choices you need to make in order to bring it to life.
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs was one-of-a-kind. As an innovator and product visionary, he was unmatched. As a leader, he was often misunderstood. Learn what made this man tick in this great book.
The Coaching Habit
The Coaching Habit covers seven questions that will break you out of the vicious circles of over-dependent teammates, overwhelming amounts of work, and disconnection from the work that matters.
Evolved Enterprise
Can you make a bigger profit by making a bigger difference in the world? Yanik Silver thinks so, and you might too after watching or listening to this summary.
The Network Always Wins
Markets are disappearing and are becoming networks of information. The customer is at the heart. If you understand networks, you will understand the future.
Rethink
Innovation doesn’t always require the invention of new ideas. Sometimes all it takes is a fresh look at old ideas and making them new again. Let this book be your guide.
Emotional Agility
The hardest thing to manage in business? Your emotions. Susan David is our guide on how to do it well, so we can create a better business and a better life.
Messy
Efficiency in all things was designed for an era that has long since left us. Embrace the power of Messy to open up new worlds of creativity and innovation.
Payoff
In Payoff, Dan Ariely examines the true nature of motivation and what really motivates us to do what we do. Knowing what drives others is the key to our success in business, and in life.
Choose Yourself
In today's world, you have the ability to do work you love, make millions of dollars, and change the world. All without "help." James Altucher tells us how and why to do it.
The Inevitable
Change is inevitable. Author Kevin Kelly lists the 12 “inevitable” forces that he believes will shape our future. Learn them now before your competition does.
Customer Loyalty Loop
The Customer Loyalty Loop looks at the psychology of customer experience and what you can do to influence your customer to continue to do business with you over and over again.
Grow Regardless
In a hostile business environment, some companies have managed to grow regardless. But how? In this summary you’ll learn about the eQ Growth Methodology.
The Significance Factor
The Significance Factor examines and highlights six essential elements foundational for the leader in each of us, with steps to become more solid within your self, stronger in your relationships, and more present and influential as an authentic leader.
Presuasion
One of the most effective persuasion strategies is to put the person you are trying to persuade in a receptive state. Learn how to do it with Robert Cialdini's Presuasion.
Simply Brilliant
Bill Taylor tells us that the most successful organizations are the ones that champion the most original ideas, and do things other organisations can’t or won’t do.
Evergreen
Noah Fleming tells us that a good business is like an evergreen tree. It can grow to be a giant over time. It can be unwavering and can weather most storms.
21 Days To A Big Idea
Linus Pauling famously said that "The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas." In this book you'll learn creative thinking techniques you can employ for 21 days in a row to get "lots of ideas", so you can find your best idea.
The Miracle Morning
How you start your day sets the tone for your day. The tone for your day sets the trajectory of your life. Find out how the magic of The Miracle Morning can work for you.
The Perfect Day Formula
The subtitle to Craig Ballantyne's book The Perfect Day Formula says it all - how to own the day and control your life. We could all use a little more of that these days.
Will It Fly
Pat Flynn - the creator of the popular Smart Passive Income Podcast - teaches us how to test our next business idea so that we don't waste time and money.
Giftology
Learn all about the power of Giftology - strategic gift giving that opens up doors that would otherwise have remained closed - to dramatically increase your sales.
Hustle
Hustle is decisive movement toward a goal by which the motion itself manufactures luck, surfaces hidden opportunities, and charges our lives with more money, meaning and momentum.
Make It Big
How did Frank McKinney go from a broke 18-year-old to a millionaire and philanthro-capitalist? Learn from his 49 Principles and maybe you can do it too.
Buy Buttons
The next few years represent either the biggest opportunity or the biggest threat to your livelihood that you’ll experience in your lifetime. Buy Buttons helps you start generating a side income today, so that you can generate a full-time income when you must.
The End Of Jobs
A century-long growth in wages came to a halt in 2000. For people wanting safe, secure jobs, it's only going to get worse from here. The answer? 21st century entrepreneurship.
When Millennials Take Over
Millennials are revolutionizing the way we view business. The social internet is powerful, but it was never going to revolutionize management on its own. And that’s where the Millennial steps in.
Business Stripped Bare
Richard Branson is one of the most referred and successful business people of the last 100 years. Learn what makes him and Virgin tick.
Peak
Why are some people so good at what they do? Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool say that no matter what field, improving is the direct result of “deliberate practice.
Dealstorming
Tim Sanders wrote Dealstroming to help crack the toughest sales accounts with a combination of dealmaking and brainstorming. Close your biggest sale ever this month with this technique.
Reality In Advertising
Learn to master the USP (Unique Selling Proposition) from the Rosser Reeves - the man they modelled Mad Men's Don Draper after. You and your marketing campaigns can thank me later.
From Impossible To Inevitable
Building a business that goes from zero to $100 million per year might seem like an impossible task. Follow the advice in this summary though, and it just might start to seem inevitable.
Grit
What do the world's most successful people have in common? Grit. Find out exactly what it is and how you can start cultivating it in your business and life.
Find Your Extraordinary
If you are looking for a roadmap to create the business and life of your dreams, Jessica Herrin (the CEO of Stella and Dot) has you covered.
Simplifying Innovation
It doesn’t matter if you work at a Fortune 500 company or a small startup - innovating new products is probably the most difficult task you’ll ever face. Here's how to do it right.
Exponential Organizations
The world's most innovative companies are disrupting entire industries, and yours could be next. Find out what it takes to be an Exponential Organization and grow 10x faster than your competition.
Rumsfeld
Donald Rumsfeld has seen it all when it comes to crisis situations - most notably on the front lines of the 9/11 response. Learn his 5 rules for leading in a crisis.
Grouped
According to Paul Adams - who was instrumental in the growth of both Google+ and Facebook - the key to influence on the social web is small groups of friends. Find out why with this Book Brief.
The Winner
Jeff Brown and Mark Fenske wrote The Winner’s Brain to teach us the 8 strategies that great minds use to achieve success. Here’s what they do differently than the rest of us.
Viral Loop
Adam Penenberg wrote the book Viral Loop to help us understand why things go viral, and how you can do it for your business.
#AskGaryVee
Learn the biggest lessons from entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk's journey building not one, but two $100 million businesses from scratch.
Hooked
Learn the secret psychology used by companies like Facebook and Instagram to get you addicted (yes, addicted) to their products. Then, use it in your own business to boost engagement and profits.
To Sell Is Human
ABC used to stand for Always Be Closing. Dan Pink tells us that we are all salespeople know, and there are some new ABCs in town. Learn what they are, and ramp up your sales results today.
Extreme Ownership
What if leadership were literally life and death? Find out how the Navy SEALs lead to keep their teams alive, and how you can apply Extreme Ownership to your business as well.
Stand Out
It's both harder and easier than ever to become a thought-leader in your industry. Learn how to do it the right way from Dorie Clark and her book, Stand Out.
Fanatical Prospecting
The world's best salespeople know that consistent prospecting is the key to a healthy pipeline, and thus, a healthy commission cheque. Learn how the to it with Jeb Blount's book, Fanatical Prospecting.
A More Beautiful Question
Would the world be better off if we asked more and better questions? This is something that Warren Berger sets out to answer is his great book, A More Beautiful Question.
Content Inc.
If content marketing is on your todo list this year, and you don't know where to start, follow this roadmap by Joe Pulizzi - one of the world's foremost experts on the subject.
The Sales Acceleration Formula
Mark Roberge took Hubspot from $0 to well over $100 million in annual revenue, with the four specific strategies we uncover in this summary.
Originals
Are you destined to do something truly great with your business and life? Adam Grant has written Originals so you can follow in the footsteps of those who've blazed the trails before you.
Predictable Revenue
Aaron Ross believes that building a sales machine to create ongoing, predictable revenue takes predictable lead generation, a team that connects marketing and sales, and a sales system. Here’s how.
Predictive Analytics
We are surrounded by data. But what can we learn from it? In business, data collation is everywhere. We have an information gold rush – but where’s the gold? Let's explore...
Convert Every Click
Website optimization is critical. But author Benji Rabhan believes that page-by-page optimization is where companies go wrong. He says to take a holistic approach, considering the sum of the parts.
Wooden on Leadership
Legendary basketball coach John Wooden says that how we run the race of life and business — our planning, preparation, practice, and performance - count for everything. Winning is an after effect.
Duct Tape Marketing
The world is full of businesses of all sizes, large and small. Having scale lets you invest in growth. John Jantsch says to work in a systematic way and that’s what he covers in Duct Tape Marketing.
Buyology
If marketers could uncover what makes us choose one brand over another, then they would have identified the secret to success. This is what Martin Lindstrom calls our Buyology. Let's find out more.
Decisive
Chip & Dan Heath believe we need a process to help us make decisions and be more decisive. Join us to find out exactly what that process is and how it can help us make better life and work choices.
Onward
Howard Schultz wanted to build a great, enduring company: a balance between revenues and relationships. The result was Starbucks. Join us to find out what we can learn from the Starbucks story.
The Prince
The description "Machiavellian" conjures up unscrupulous, opportunistic, amoral characteristics. But can we apply any of Niccolo Machiavelli's lessons in today's business world? We think so!
Never Eat Alone
Keith Ferrazzi believes real networking is about finding ways to make other people more successful. His book Never Eat Alone is a full course banquet of advice on the subject. Let's tuck in!
Sales Growth
Marc Benioff of salesforce.com is amazed that "MBA students can graduate without attending a class in sales." McKinsey sets this right with Sales Growth, a look at the discipline of sales management.
The Leader Who Had No Title
This book's core message is: Growing and developing the leadership talent of everyone in your organization faster than the competition is the only way for companies to avoid getting eaten alive.
The Four Agreements
Thousands of years ago, the Toltec were known throughout southern Mexico as people of knowledge and Ruiz believes if we follow their advice we can attain "personal freedom". Here's how...
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
John Maxwell has come up with 21 irrefutable laws of leadership, laws which if applied, can make us all more effective, more efficient and more successful leaders.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
The Wall Street Journal called this "the most influential business book of the century" and it's certainly one of the most recognised. It remains an insightful reference for today's leaders.
Permission Marketing
In 1999, Seth Godin estimated that the average consumer sees about one million marketing messages a year. Today that number is likely to have doubled. How do you get your customers to pay attention to yours? Read on...
Great Business Teams
Great teams make great organizations. Average teams maintain the status quo, making average organizations. So what makes great business teams stand apart? Howard Guttman has the answers.
Give and Take
People can give or take. Takers put their interests ahead of others. Givers put others first, giving more than they get. Adam Grant says your success depends on how you interact with other people.
The Unstoppables
Authors Bill Schley and Graham Weston believe the difference between entrepreneurs and everybody else is that entrepreneurs are the ones that step up to the plate and just keep swinging for success.
The One Thing
What's the one thing you can do right now to change your life? The authors suggest that successful people go small. They don't try to do everything, just the 1 activity that brings the most reward.
Make Your Idea Matter
In her book Make Your Idea Matter, Bernadette Jiwa says the path to success is littered with great ideas poorly marketed. She suggests we need to make them matter for them to flourish.
Talk Less, Say More
Connie Dieken says that face-to-face communication skills are plummeting in the 21st century. She believes we need to embrace 3 key habits to learn how to talk less, and still make things happen.
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
According to Dr. Joseph Murphy, when we control our thought processes, we can apply the power of our subconscious to any problem. In other words, it's the world within that makes our world without.
Flux
The landscape of customer interaction is in a state of flux. Customer data costs are dropping, and deep dive segmentation is easier than ever. We need tools and techniques to address this flux.
The Advantage
Patrick Lencioni, says that the biggest opportunity for competitive advantage is not about strategy, finance or marketing. It's about how we manage our organizations.
The Tipping Point
How do you go viral with an idea, product or business? Malcolm Gladwell's groundbreaking classic - The Tipping Point - tells some great stories and dispenses invaluable advice.
Contagious
Why do some things 'catch on'? Marketing plays a role, but sometimes it just doesn't explain viral success. Jonah Berger has come up with a smart structure for runaway contagious success.
The Character Based Leader
When we show up for work and for our leadership roles, we bring our full self: principles, strengths, weaknesses and fears. Here's how to embrace our humanity and truly lead with character.
Now, Discover Your Strengths
Markus Buckingham and Donald O Clifton claim that rather than focus on addressing the weaknesses of our teams, we need to exploit their talents and turn them into strengths.
Spin Selling
Neil Rackham warns "Don't trust what top performers tell you." He then goes on to explain exactly how Top Performers manage to outsell their peers. Read on for his secret sauce...
Bringing Out the Best in Others!
Whether as a manager, parent, coach or teacher, we all hope to improve performance. Thomas K. Connellan has the research and ideas to help us make ourselves and colleagues perform better.
Who Are You Meant To Be?
Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard align personality theories with current brain science in their new book, to help you truly define who you really are meant to be!
First, Break All The Rules
How does a team manager attract and retain the most talented employees? According to Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman you must First, Break All the Rules. Have courage and watch this episode!
Happy Hour is 9 to 5
We all know that happy employees, managers, customers and suppliers make the best team. Alexander Kjerulf, a Chief Happiness Officer, reveals why in his new book: Happy hour is 9 to 5.
Selling To The C-Suite
Selling to senior-level, or 'C-Suite', executives requires different skills and strategies from departmental-level sales pitches. It's all about timing. Learn how in our summary of Selling to the C-Suite.
Deep Dive
Do you have the strategic chops to make it in today's ever-changing business battle? If not, it's time to catch up with Rich Horwath's invaluable, and possibly career-saving book Deep Dive.
The Motivation Myth
You're wasting your time motivating with praise and compliments. This provocative idea is the basis of Jonathan Manske and Mattison Grey's new book The Motivation Myth. It's a must-read...
Extreme Productivity
At some point, we've all asked ourselves "Where can I get more time to do the things I want to do?" The answer, from Robert C. Pozen, is found in his fascinating new book Extreme Productivity.
How to Make Maximum Money with Minimum Customers
There is no easy (and legal!) way to make big money. It takes serious planning and lots of thinking. But luckily, Craig Garber has some tips in How to Make Maximum Money with Minimum Customers.
The Culture Game
Daniel Mezick believes that organizations that learn fast can outflank their competitors. Teams that learn quickly are more adaptive...and adaptability gets better results by responding to change.
The Challenger Sale
Want to be a more valuable salesperson? Want to be respected and admired by your customers? You want to be a Challenger, and Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson can show you how, right now.
Winning Body Language For Sales Professionals
We all know that body language is a critical part of our conversations. In Mark Bowden's new book you'll learn why your movements and body actions speak much louder than your words.
11 Rules for Creating Value in the #SocialEra
Traditional strategy is dead, thanks to a new 'social' workforce. Nilofer Merchant describes an intriguing plan for using social media to win the hearts and minds of our employees and customers.
The Connected Company
The ivory tower is crumbling. Customers want a say in product development. Authors Dave Gray and Thomas Vander Wal introduce 8 ways to harness the expertise of your most important constituent.
Likeable Business
How do you make your business more likeable? In this revealing book by social entrepreneur Kerpen, you'll unlock 11 simple strategies that help leaders deliver more to customers that demand more.
Today We Are Rich
How do you create and live a richer, more meaningful and effective life? You begin by watching this fascinating video summary of the new book by Tim Sanders.
The 80/20 Principle
How you choose to spend your time has an enormous impact on your success. Learn the secrets to becoming more productive with the time you already have.
Instant Influence
There are 6 scientifically proven steps to influencing the people in your life - in 7 minutes or less! Come learn what a Yale scientist has discovered about the science of influence.
Succeed
Setting goals is the easy part, but often the part we get wrong. Learn the scientifically proven way to set your goals so that you actually achieve them. Start by watching this video now!
Pitch Anything
If you don't understand exactly what "frame control" means, you are leaving opportunity and money on the table every time you pitch your ideas. Get that opportunity and money back right now!
Managing (Right) For The First Time
Woken up and found yourself as a leader, or worse, in middle management? Yikes. Luckily David Baker has some great advice to help you make it through the rest of the day doing more good than damage.
Influence
We all want it: that secret power to be able to influence anyone to do any thing. Now, Dr. Robert Cialdini shows you how to harness this power for good business. You're [not] getting sleepy.
The Innovator
Were you born this way? Were you born to CEO, to lead, to marshall spreadsheets? Nope. But that shouldn't stop you learning from the best and grafting innovation genius into your very own DNA.
Good Strategy Bad Strategy
You're the head honcho, the big brain. Now that you've got 'strategy' in your job description it's time to figure out what's good, what's bad, and what to leave for your retirement novel.
Predictably Irrational
There's just no rhyme or reason. Why do we splurge on an expensive meal but cut coupons to save pennies on a can of discount tuna? Something's fishy here. Something irrational. Let's find out why.
Cause Marketing for Nonprofits
Corporate meets Caring. Profit meets non-profit. There's hope for a new fusion of missions, and this book can guide you to developing mutually beneficial strategies and tactics.
The Flinch
Do you flinch? Do you duck, avoid, cower or hide from difficulty or danger? It's no shame, but it's a problem if you start flinching when you should be fighting. Let's find out how.
The Ultimate Sales Letter
We all know how to write. Sort of. Kind of. Not really. Very few people can write effectively. And a powerful sales letter can be a very effective tool for your business. Your lesson begins here...
The Slight Edge
Sometimes, it's the slightest thing that spells the difference between success and failure. A webpage, an email, a note, or a phone call. It's time for you to get that slight edge.
Synergist
Synergy is no 4-letter word. It's not an overhyped concept. It's the rarest of qualities in truly effective managers. Author Les McKeown details how this rare breed can bring out the best in teams.
Disciplined Dreaming
Jazz is famously all about creativity and flow. In Josh Linkner's inspiring book, you'll learn how to harness music theory to create new ideas and inspired employees. Do more than just dream.
Read this Before our Next Meeting
Meetings suck. They can drain energy, money and passion from any company. But there is hope. Watch this summary to put a new form of meeting on your agenda. It will transform your workplace.
Winning With Customers
How valuable is your company to your customers? Why? How did it achieve that value? If you don't know the answers, you can't increase the value. Get a better playbook by watching this summary.
8 Profit Activators
There's a lot of passion in these pages. And a lot of great advice, too. Dean Jackson and Joe Polish take an irreverent, insightful and unorthodox view on marketing. You'll love it.
Obliquity
What is obliquity? Economist John Kay argues that being different, paradoxical and counter-intuitive, often yields surprising results. Do a George Costanza, try an Opposite Day. See what happens!
Little Bets
Steve Jobs, Chris Rock, Frank Gehry, Pixar films and an Army Chief all know that small discoveries and insights can be the fuel that transforms an era. So start small, think small, and aim big.
Start With Why
Why am I doing this? Why are others more successful? Why is that company getting so much more attention? Starting with the right question will lead you to the right answer. So start right here.
Peak
Chip Conley has found that people with creativity, flexibility, courage, willingness to make mistakes, openness, collegiality and humility are the driving force behind successful businesses.
Mindset
Change your mindset and you will see the world differently, and help yourself make positive changes in your life. True transformation really is all above your eyebrows.
Great by Choice
Jim Collins has studied great companies that have beaten their industry indexes at least 10 times over 15 years. You are going to be shocked at what he has uncovered.
Moneyball
Sorry, no Brad Pitt here. Just the remarkable story of Billy Beane, and his goal to win in baseball's Major League with one of the smallest payrolls. His solution? Stats! Ready to play some ball?
The Lean Startup
Just about every startup, doesn't. They fail, implode, bankrupt and shatter dreams. But all is not lost. Follow Eric Ries theory and your startup may be one of the few to wildly succeed.
Blue Ocean Strategy
Zig when others zag is business lore. But, of course, it's much easier said than done. Blue Ocean Strategy brings you the step-by-step processes to find your own open space to thrive.
Gamestorming
Play some games to succeed? Seems wildly improbable. But Dave Grey's fascinating book shows how creating an environment for creative thinking and innovation can unlock new levels of success.
Do The Work
Are you your own worst enemy when it comes to work and deadlines? Ever started a project but never finished? Find out how to get out of your own way and simply Do The Work in this video.
4 Hour Body
Thinner, bigger, faster, stronger...all in 4 hours a week? Is it possible to: Reach your genetic potential in 6 months? Sleep 2 hours per day and perform better than on 8 hours? Yep! Read on.
Exceptional Service, Exceptional Profit
One in the hand is worth two in the bush. Unforgettable Customer recognition builds powerful customer loyalty habits. And it all begins with a smile. Find out how in this fascinating video.
Influencer
Everyone wants more influence. Whether as a CEO, a dad, a friend, or employee, we all want the ability to convince other people to do what we want. And this superpower can be within your reach.
Multimedia Learning
Dry texts, chalky blackboards and 2 dimensional tables are old school. Literally. Richard E.Mayer makes the case for a new style of learning, using new tools, new modes and at last...creativity!
WE
Companies with high levels of engagement produce 5x the shareholder value than those with lower levels. 'WE' by Karsan and Kruse bring us some wisdom from some of the world's best companies.
Switch
Do you find that creating change is hard, both in yourself and in others? You aren't alone. Luckily, the Heath Brothers have written the ultimate "how-to" book on creating change when it's hard.
Breakthrough Rapid Reading
It's time to turn your 'books per month' stat into 'pages per minute'. The faster you can consume and understand what you are reading, the more you can learn. Get your finger out and go.
Brains on Fire
Despite your worst efforts there are communities of people already talking about your product. This book debuts some simple, practical ways to harness that multitude of goodness.
The Art of Choosing
The choices we make create the life we live. In that context, we could all use a little help in making the right decisions, and defining what's most important. This book can help.
The Thank You Economy
Are you struggling to figure out exactly how the social media revolution applies to your business? Learn the skills necessary to guide your business into the Thank You Economy with this workshop.
Unmarketing
Why do we continue to market to others in ways that we hate being marketed to? Does anyone really love telemarketing? Direct Mail? Intrusive TV ads? Time to break the cycle with Scott Stratten.
Winning Body Language
Hands, face, arms, elbows, hips. They all speak volumes as you speak promises. Now, you can take control of all your signals by watching this summary video.
Winning
General Electric would probably be unplugged without Jack Welch. He turned the company into one of the 20th century's biggest corporate success stories. What can you learn from Jack?
Whale Hunting
Today's Inuit still hunt whales the old fashioned way. Using tools at hand they set out to land the big fish. You can too, without getting wet, by following the 9 principles in this book.
Tribal Leadership
Every company is made up of tribes of people - groups of between 20 - 150 people. This book is all about identifying, developing and leading those groups that can help drive your success.
Three Laws of Performance
When work isn't working, some managers struggle with motivating and leading their teams to greater performance. This book can help show you how.
Think Better
It all starts with your brain. If you can't think clearly, creatively and critically, your team and organization will flounder. The rules inside this book will help you find that neural nirvana.
The Shift
Scott Davis has mined a treasure trove of corporate experience and trench stories to bring us this fascinating new book on the fundamental changes your business world faces.
The New Social Learning
Social media: it's not just for teens and coffeeshop hipsters anymore. As the medium evolves it's creating opportunities for organizations large and small to reinvent themselves.
The New How
Just like your hairstyle, how you 'do' what you do needs to change with the times, and there's no better guide to business reinvention than Nilofer Merchant's provocative tome.
The Design of Business
Saying you want to be innovative is about as effective as sleeping on your homework. It takes 'design thinking' to really create true change. learn how right here with Roger Martin.
The Blue Sweater
What drives a woman to leave a career in international finance to work in the developing world to understand the underpinnings of poverty? This inspiring story has some amazing answers.
The 8th Habit
Got time for one more habit? The world has evolved since the international bestseller "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" was published. High time for another habit, don't you think?
Rework
Contrarians rejoice: we've found your rulebook. From the makers of Basecamp and Highrise, comes a new kind of manifesto. Settle in for an infectious dose of radical reimagining.
Results Rule
It's all about the numbers. At the end of the day every gee-whiz strategy, marketing tactic or pricing shenanigans are only in the service of results. So, your results better drive decisions.
Practically Radical
Got your change pants on today? You need to get radical to survive in this innovation-fuelled economy. The co-founder of Fast Company magazine guides your way in this book.
Neuromarketing
Understand your neurons and you can conquer all. Patrick Renvoise and Christophe Morin go deep into brain science to devise a cunning formula for marketing success.
Made to Stick
What are the S.U.C.C.E.S. sercrets of the world's best storytellers? Find out how you can harness these secrets to help your message break through the noise in the marketplace today.
Good to Great
This book is a masterclass in business innovation. It defines why only some companies can make the leap from good to great. Required reading for this generation's aspirationals.
Flip the Funnel
It's 2013. Retention is the new acquisition. Loyalty is the new currency. Black is the new black.... whatever the advice, traditional is out and opposites are in. Joe Jaffe has the lowdown.
Fierce Leadership
Leaders aren't born. They're epic mistake-makers who happen to learn and adapt faster than us slow mortals. Fortunately Susan Scott has a book overflowing with lessons for us.
Fascinate
Ideas, people, technology, and yes, even companies can be fascinating. But how? what defines this sometimes irrational frenzy of interest? Sally unlocks the secrets.
Drive
Most everything you know about what motivates you is just plain wrong. Dan Pink goes scientific on the brain to reveal what we really know about motivation.
Different
You've heard it before: to succeed you need to stand out, to be different, to be unique. Frankly, it's exhausting hearing all these rules. What we need is a little more meat on the advice bone.
Delivering Happiness
Culture is everything. As the visionary Zappos CEO Tony Hseih preaches, you should make customer service the entire company, not just a department. Here's how...
Crush It
Gary V. raises a glass to the fine art of turning your passions into a business. He's brilliant, he's brash, he's relentlessly inspiring. Time for a little Vay-Ner-Chuk!
Change by Design
Brilliant ideas are born in a flash of insight. Sorry. They are the result of process, of hard work, by design. And this is your guidebook to that process.
Brain Rules
Multitasking is a lie. A devious devil of mistruth. The reality is that your brain cannot biologically multitask...it can only unitask. But you can learn to think more efficiently and effectively.
Awesomely Simple
The six core strategies to elevate any business-and how to implement them-made simple
7 Lessons For Leading In A Crisis
Times are tough. They always have been (despite what we think), and always will be (despite what we wish). But Bill George has some great advice on how to get ahead and build success anyway.

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