What a delightful read. I’ve been a fan of Neville’s writing for a while and wandered onto this book via Amazon. Really enjoyed this experiment. It helped shed some light on homeless issues and culture.
by Peter Thiel
The best book I’ve ever read on business. All of his ideas are so contrarian but they make you think and at the end you realize he’s right. Peter Thiel is one of the brightest minds in business.
by Jim Gilliam
What a story! I would have thought this was fiction if I didn’t know better. Incredibly inspiring.
Fascinating behind the scenes of the 2012 Presidential election. Spoiler: Obama wins.
Daniel Pink is a mastermind. He gives countless examples of how selling is tied to the very fabric of who we are. Whether you are a professional salesman or not you are selling. Lots of great exercises in this book as well.
by Jay Baer
Really framed the way I currently think about marketing. He takes the example of a pool company’s winning clients through content marketing and expands it to show how any company can integrate “youtility”.
This started me down the track of economics books. Not heavy on math or anything. just theoretical. Pretty controversial arguments
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