One of the best new leadership books I’m reading now is Triple Crown Leadership: Building Excellent, Ethical, and Enduring Organizations, by Bob Vanourek and Gregg Vanourek. It was submitted to me for review, but I agreed to write about it only if I found it useful for readers of Sources of Insight. And I did. It’s a powerful book on the new breed of leadership and how to create a sustainable organization with skill.
One of the books I’m reading now is, Change Your Life, Not Your Wife: Marriage Saving Advice for Success Driven People, by Dr. Tony Ferretti and Dr. Peter Weiss. It was submitted to me for review, but I agreed to write about it only if I found it useful for readers of Sources of Insight. And I did. It’s an empowering book I think you’ll enjoy, no matter your relationship status.
One of the books I’ve been recommending to friends, family, and colleague is The Six Figure Second Income: How To Start and Grow a Successful Online Business without Quitting Your Day Job, by David Lindahl and Jonathan Rozek. It’s a great guide for how to make money on the Web. It’s for anybody who wants to make a living in today’s digital economy, or turn their passions and talent into profit.
One of the books I'm reading now is, The Non Nonprofit: For-Profit Thinking for Nonprofit Success, by Steve Rothschild. The heart of the book revolves around seven principles. The seven principles represent "proven for-profit thinking that an help any enterprise, for-profit or non-profit, improve its results and achieve its purpose."
What can we learn from financial advisors about retirement? Can you afford to retire? Do you build the habits that make retirement feasible? The last thing you want to do is be surprised by the realities of retirement. I'm working my way through the book, The 7% Solution: You Can Afford a Comfortable Retirement, by John H. Graves. John has a 30 year track record of planning successful retirements. He's got a lot to share.