Speakership is Matt Church's book which is a practical 'how to' - it builds your competence and confidence to speak publicly - the strength which most people say they wish they had or would rather die than have! If you're a leader, then you need to read this book.Read More
Here's a subject which I didn't think I knew about - Customer Centricity by Peter Fader. If you have customers then I suggest you read the debate which Peter hosts within his book. If you ever wondered what your hairdresser does with those little cards - then Customer Centricity will make sense!Read More
Soozey Johnstone is generous in her book, I AM THE PROBLEM, with addressing the obstacles which get in our way running our businesses. You can have a workshop with yourself answering all the questions which Soozey asks to help you reflect and become more effective doing what she recommends.Read More
Book Review: Think One Team is your tool to change things in your organisation. Graham Winter is very smart in writing and producing this book which is essentially a large brochure and 'how to' make and create change. I really enjoyed the read and have already shared this process with clients.Read More
Angela Pippos exposes the continuing unfairness associated with women in sport in Australia in her book, Breaking The Mould - Taking A Hammer to Sexism In Sport.
Teachers, Students, Parents of Students involved in sport and anyone passionate about equality should read this book.
In my review, I have highlighted some key text and recommending your read.Read More
Book Review: 365 Thank Yous - The Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life
We don't write thank you cards any more. Maybe parents did and grandparents more likely. Sadly, we might send a quick text rather than select a card, write a thoughtful note, and post it.
We rarely experience the delight of opening a card which say's "thank you".
John Kralik takes us on a journey over a year: from a sad unthankful life to a life of happinesss. It's a page turner and I highly recommend you read it.Read More
We spend too much time analysing and debating if we're right or wrong - when research tells us that our gut instinct or that thinking in the first two seconds is probably sound judgement.Read More
The Boomerang Effect takes us to modern-day marketing - the type which is full of content, helpful and quick. Gone are the days of just advertising - it's time to solve problems. It's about jumping on social media and sharing your talent, experience and products. And there's a benefit - if you do it, especially with YouTube, Google will reward you.Read More
An excellent source of important 'obvious' points to make your business successful. A fun and simple read.Read More
Book Review: This Year I Will break a habit! Yes, this book will guide you to break a habit or build a new 'positive' habit.Read More
This is a great read - What The Most Successful People Do On The Weekend by Laura Vanderkam. The key message is that successful people are always planning and in particular, planning so that they can enjoy their weekend. Their planning is so vital that they thrive on the anticipation of the what they have planned.Read More
Rising Strong is by one of our favourite writers, Brene Brown. You know, the TED talk which took off, went viral as she ventured into the territory we don't discuss - vulnerability. Rising Strong is how to actually do that 'rise' if you've fallen. It's a tough book but well worth the read.Read More