You don't have time to read all the books you'd like to, and neither do I. These business book reviews can help you choose a good book fast. How? Because each book review is short, cutting, and to the point. No lofty analysis. No sales pitch. You get my straight opinions, pure and simple.
Here is my ranking system for each business book review :
A: Well worth the time investment
B: Many solid, useful tips.
C: You won't miss much if you skip it. Walk the dog instead.
Look, I'm busy like you; I don't even think about the price of the book, because the time invested to read it is worth so much more. So don't use these business book reviews just to identify the good books to read; use them to red flag the losers.
I help businesses sell more effectively, so the titles in these business book reviews are about stuff revenue-oriented businesspeople care about, and are heavily slanted toward sales and marketing.
The books I've included for business book review are mostly on these topics:
Revenue and top line growth
Strategy and leadership
Innovation processes and idea generation
If the book smells like an accounting manual I'm not going to appreciate it so, if you're a CPA, you'll probably disagree with my ratings. On the other hand, if the topics mentioned above are of primary interest to you, you'll likely find my opinion in a particular business book review closely aligned with yours. And therein lies the value for you.
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