How to be Great By Choice (Jim Collins’ Way)

Jim Collins is one of my all-time favorite authors. He wrote (with the help of a research team) the bestselling books Good to Great, Great by Choice, Built to Last, and How the Mighty Fall. He constructs his books in an easy-to-understand way and makes the topic of business incredibly interesting. For today's Resource Friday, … Continue reading How to be Great By Choice (Jim Collins’ Way)

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5 Negotiation Strategies from an FBI Negotiator

This post contains affiliate links. Happy Resource Friday! Last year, I listened to an interview with a former FBI hostage negotiator. I heard who the interview was with and my attention was immediately piqued. It proved to be one of those holy-crap-I-forgot-I-was-driving types of interviews. I was completely engrossed and got his book. The book … Continue reading 5 Negotiation Strategies from an FBI Negotiator

How to Live Forward Everyday (Book Review)

This blog post contains affiliate links. Happy Resource Friday! I'm excited to share a book with you all that I loved (and happens to be an easy read). It's called Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy. I like Hyatt because of … Continue reading How to Live Forward Everyday (Book Review)

The Culture Code (Book Review)

Last August, my boss gave me a performance review where we went over professional goals for the coming year. One of my goals was to read two books on company culture and make four suggestions to my boss for ways we could improve our own company culture. Based on a reading list from Entreleadership, this … Continue reading The Culture Code (Book Review)

Linchpin: Are you Indispensable? (Book Review)

Since last August, I've been reading a lot. Like, way¬†(yeah, italicized and underlined) more than I've ever read before. Given that I am a recent college grad, I chose to start reading a lot more in areas that interested me to help myself continue to learn and grow intentionally. Consequently, I have read 11 books … Continue reading Linchpin: Are you Indispensable? (Book Review)