Audiobook Month: Our Most Popular Book Reviews

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In honour of Audiobook Month this June we thought we would take a look back at our 5 most popular book reviews from the last 2 years.

Reports have shown that audio is one of the fastest growing segments of publishing.

1. The Infinite Games by Simon Sinek

This one will have you questioning whether as a business owner or leader you’re living in an infinite or finite mindset. It helps you consider your own business leadership, and put what works for you into play.

2. Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio

Have you been searching for guidance and a set of principles that can be applied to business and personal life? ⠀
Dalio gives away his principles that every business owner can use.

3. Good to Great by Jim Collins

This book looks at how great companies get great and stay great. The book is for good companies because it answers the question: how did the great companies go from good to great and maintain it.

4. Think Like a Rocket Scientist by Ozan Varol

Think Like a Rocket Scientist presents problem-solving & task achievement strategies that are counter-intuitive. Written by a rocket scientist it is a compelling, engaging, & practical read.

5. Mindset by Carol Dweck

This book is an important book for anyone who manages a work place, parents a child, coaches a team, or plays any role in the learning and development of others.

 

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