Dan’s Business Book Review: Talent Tectonics

With all the challenges of finding, hiring, and keeping the right employees these days, it is important that you provide them an opportunity to develop a career path in your company and keep them engaged in and passionate about their work. This means walking in their shoes and looking at things from their point of […]

Dan’s Business Book Review: Leading In Tough Times

I am not unique in saying that John Maxwell is one of my favorite business authors—there are about 34 million people who share that opinion. Of all the Maxwell books I have read over the years, Leading in Tough Times is one of my favorites. This timely little book is focused on what a leader needs […]

Dan’s Business Book Review: Pick Up the Gum Wrapper

Pick Up the Gum Wrapper: How to Create a Workplace That Increases Performance While Improving Lives How do you promote an engaged workforce? How do make people feel excited about coming to work? How to you create an atmosphere of respect and cooperation in your company so you achieve “Worvana?” Keep reading to find out […]

Dan’s Business Book Review: Leading With Gratitude

Leading With Gratitude: Eight Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Business Results Gratitude is something I have always believed in, so it was fun for me to find a very good book that echoes my own feelings. I have always been confused and surprised by leaders who do not like to say thanks. I have never understood […]

Dan’s Book Review: Love as a Business Strategy

Love as a Business Strategy: Resilience, Belonging & Success Mohammad F. Anwar, Frank E. Danna, Jeffrey F. Ma, Christopher J. Pitre have written this interesting book, which has a simple message that’s perfect for the holidays: We are all better together. If we can look out for each other, and we keep one another’s interest […]

Dan’s Business Book Review: The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?

This is another worthy title by the great Seth Godin. I am often asked why I am so enamored of this writer. And my answer is always the same: He writes the best and most common-sense books on sales, marketing, and strategy, and everybody knows, I love common sense. First, let’s get this out of […]