Category Archives: Leadership

Decisive – A New Perspective to Aid Decision-Making

Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath, encourages us to change how we make decisions.  Although this book is primarily written from a business perspective, many of the principles can be applied to personal decisions as well. The Heath brothers teach … Continue reading

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Fascinating Biography of a Modern American Hero

Fearless is the fascinating biography of Adam Brown, a proud member of US Navy Seal Team Six who lost his life in Afghanistan.  Adam is a true American hero.  Yet what makes Eric Blehm’s biography interesting is not Adam’s military … Continue reading

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Quiet – the Power of Introverts

Quiet, by Susan Cain, is subtitled “The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.”  Cain has written a well-researched tome on why some of us are introverted, the varying degrees of introversion, and why having introverts on … Continue reading

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A Leader Who Grew Amid Controversy

Called to Controversy, by Ruth Rosen, is an excellent biography of her father, Moishe Rosen, the founder of Jews for Jesus.  Moishe were born into a non-observant Jewish family, and he and his wife Ceil converted to Christianity soon after … Continue reading

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The Final Summit by Andy Andrews

David Ponder, the protagonist from Andy Andrews’ The Traveler’s Gift, is back for another inspirational story in The Final Summit.  David has been given a challenge; to come up with a solution to the decline of civilization in just two … Continue reading

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Jolt by Phil Cooke – a Guide for Change

Jolt, by Phil Cooke, is more than a book about adapting to change.  It is a book about embracing change and using it to improve our lives.  Cooke’s premise is that in this electronic age, our lives are disrupted almost … Continue reading

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Jungle Warfare Book Review

Jungle Warfare by Christopher Cunningham is subtitled “A Basic Field Manual for Christians in Sales”. It is modeled after a World War II US Army manual. Cunningham’s premise is that as a Christian in the workplace, we are waging spiritual … Continue reading

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Networking for People Who Hate Networking by Devora Zack

I have to admit, the title of this book caught my attention when I saw it reviewed in the Forbes Woman digital newsletter. I hate the thought of networking. I think of being at a large party with a room … Continue reading

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