Why I Review Books

Why I Review Books

NetGalley, a service to promote and publicize forthcoming titles to readers of influence, launched #reviewathon this month and this encouraged me to pause and observe why I review books. NetGalley is an incredible platform that is designed to promote authors and their...
Book Review: Juliet’s School of Possibilities by Laura Vanderkam

Book Review: Juliet’s School of Possibilities by Laura Vanderkam

Understanding the power of prioritising is a world where a quick response is the order of the day can seem both challenging and counter intuitive. Many of the books dealing with the issue are detailed and for some could be overwhelming. This fable keeps it simple. If...
Book Review: Design Thinking At Work by David Dunne

Book Review: Design Thinking At Work by David Dunne

The focus is on making design thinking work in large organisations. What is design thinking? The author describes it as, “…an integrated and disciplined innovation process that builds creative insight from deep knowledge.” “The idea is to think carefully about the...
Book Review: Cadence by Pete Williams

Book Review: Cadence by Pete Williams

Easy to read with a powerful story about making changes in your business  The combination of clear principles and a story make the ideas easier to take in. By pairing up a highly successful businessman/coach who wants help to complete the IRONMAN with the...
Book Review: Work Stronger by Pete Leibman

Book Review: Work Stronger by Pete Leibman

This book is about improving your performance by changing your behaviour. The author suggests that at times we are successful despite some of the habits we have picked up along the way. He recommends making simple, small changes at an individual level before looking...