Business books reviews

Review of Will It Fly? by Patt Flynn

Introduction to the review of Will It Fly? Will It Fly is a book written by entrepreneur and author Pat Flynn. His works range from online businesses like Smart Passes Income, online courses, podcasts, affiliate marketing, and books like To the Light and Superfans. Despite writing fictional stories, Pat Flynn

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Review of The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber

The E-Myth Revisited, is a book written by Michael E. Gerber with the goal of helping small business owners achieve success, and to help beginners in the necessary start-up phase. The book in its entirety highlights the process and procedures small business owners should follow, as well as the state

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Review of “Good to Great” by Jim Collins

Jim Collins’ “Good to Great” from 2001 stays as one of the classic business books. This is a research-founded study about how companies transition into a better place than they are in the present. The 5 years’ worth of findings is incorporated in a 300-page hardcover. The book mainly talked

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Review of Business Model Generation by Alexander Osterwalder

Suppose you want to learn more about how the business operates, Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, Hoboken, John Wiley, and Johns. This business book is a grand entrance to know the different kinds of business schemes you ought to know when you start a small business and want to grow

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Review of Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport

Summary of Digital Minimalism Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport describes how our lives are being dominated by constant digital distractions. Newport believes that we have to digitally declutter our lives to get back to our better sense of self and understand those around us. To do this, Newport suggests a

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Review of This Is Not a T-Shirt by Bobby Hundreds

Bobby Hundreds has yet again made a prominent book about the streetwear fashion that encapsulated so many hearts in the 21st century, and he is here to do all that again in this business book: This Is Not a T-Shirt. Just like his previous novels that depict his life and

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Review of “Working Backwards” by Colin Bryar and Bill Carr

“Working Backwards” by Colin Bryar and Bill Carr is a business book brought to us by two Amazon executives. Both long-serving, their careers have witnessed the launch and success of many Amazon revolutionary services such as Amazon Prime and Kindle. Their business book is both a guidebook for success and

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Business Book Review: Thinking, Fast and Slow By Daniel Kahneman

In “Thinking, Fast and Slow” psychologist, and Nobel prize winner, Daniel Kahneman, explores the theory that there are two separate systems that control decision-making within the human brain. The business book moves on to explore how these two systems often do battle in our minds, and how this can lead

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