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Cracking the Networking Code: 4 Steps to Priceless Business Relationships Dean Lindsay

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

"I know what your parents said, but you must talk to strangers."

What's the last book you've read on networking? As a six-year member of Business…

How to Lie with Charts Gerald Jones

Reviewed by Bob Pike, CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fam
Chairman/CEO - The Bob Pike Group, Founder/Editor of The CTT Newsletter

When is the last time you sat in a meeting and wondered if the…

Presentation S.O.S. Mark Wiskup

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

Fear of speaking in front of a group is the third greatest fear of Americans, according to the book of lists -- preceded only by death by…

The Ape in the Corner Office Richard Conniff

Reviewed by Cheryl Hiltibran

The Ape in the Corner Office is an interesting, entertaining and often too truthful a read. It appears we cannot divest ourselves fully from our instinctual…

Wealth Odyssey : The Essential Road Map For Your Financial Journey Where Is It You Are Really Trying To Go With Money? Larry Sr.

Reviewed by Jeff Foster

First let me tell you Larry Franks knows his stuff. He has a procedure that many will find worth taking the time to implement. It is obvious that the methods and ideas…

Leadership Wipeout: The Story of an Executive's Crash and Rescue Chuck Bolton

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fame

Can leaders learn to listen? Does there come a point where executives feel there is nothing more to learn, that they've been at it too…

Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People Jane Quinn

Reviewed by Kim Hill

Ms. Bryant is really not saying anything in this book that hasn't been said before but she is saying it in a language that anyone can understand.

Yes, they are smart…

What Your Lawyer May Not Tell You About Your Family's Will Kaja Whitehouse

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

Many of us spend so much time living, we don't make it a priority (or we fear) planning the right way for the time when our life ends.

Our daughter works at a law…

Latino Boom! Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Business in the U.S. Hispanic Market Chiqui Cartagena

Reviewed by Celia Renteria Szelwach, Creative Collaborations Consulting

The title of this book grabbed my attention. Skeptically, I thought, "How can a 232-page book tell me everything I need…

Money and the People You Love: Money and the People You Love: A new approach to financial planning based on what matters to you most Bruce Helmer

Reviewed by Kathy Perschmann

Helmer, the host of Minnesota's popular WCCO radio program "Your Money," has produced a clearly written, easily understood book explaining finance and financial…

The 100 Greatest Sales Tips of All Time Leslie Pockell

Reviewed by Bob Pike, CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

This book won't teach you to sell, but will inspire those who sell for a living. About half the book is really quotes about selling--one…

I'm All In: High Stakes, Big Business, and the Birth of the World Poker Tour Lyle Berman

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

Lyle Berman was born into a family that had moderate success in a very niche market: leather products, especially coats. He learned the…

Running a 21st Century Small Business Randy Kirk

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

This is a revised and updated edition of a book previously published as When Friday Isn't Payday. It could also be titled How to Start…

What You Don't Know And Your Boss Won't Tell You Pamela Lenehan

Reviewed by Celia Renteria Szelwach, DBA (ABD)

Drawing from her 30 years of business experience and personal interviews with 35 women executives, Pamela Lenehan offers a practical perspective…

Generation Debt Carmen Ulrich

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

-- Why does Ulrich refer to those aged 18-34 as Generation Debt?
-- Why do the minimums of a college education, cell phone, good car, and…


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