Category Archive: Book Reviews

The Little Ebook By Rachel Rofé That Overdelivers

BOOK REVIEW: Make Life Easier: 23 Life-Changing Tools To Help With Your Productivity, Healthiness, and Overall Happiness by Rachel Rofé Nonfiction book descriptions often contain so much hype, we’ve come to have low expectations. When I heard Rachel Rofé had a new ebook out called Make Life Easier: 23 Life-Changing Tools To Help With Your Productivity, Healthiness, and …

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Book Review: It’s Your Business; It’s Your Future

It’s Your Business It’s Your Future: Success Can be Yours!  A business reference guide by Judy Day Wilfong If ever there were a primer for small business owners to beef up their customer relations and business development skills, this is it. Refreshingly honest and chock full of useful and practical examples to illustrate every point, …

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Book Review: SUCCESS USING SOCIAL MEDIA by Teddy Burriss

Book Cover Social Media Success by Teddy Burriss

Success Using Social Media is a valuable “how-to” companion for any small business owner or entrepreneur who feels overwhelmed or confused by how to use social media tools in a way that is both reasonable in terms of the time it takes and effective in terms of the results. It is an easy, quick read …

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Book Review: The 4-Hour Work Week

Hot and cold That about characterizes my reaction to The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss…I’ll hit the downside first, but there’s lots to appreciate here too. I found this author’s voice extremely annoying and cocky. I don’t think there are many people manic enough to completely do what he says he did in terms …

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Power Up For Profits: The Smart Woman’s Guide To Online Marketing By Kathleen Gage

Book Launch from Kathleen Gage I have long been impressed that Kathleen Gage is an authentic, heart-centered, and highly successful business woman. She has a gift for sharing her own winding road to success —and what she’s learned—in a way that is both informative and empowering. I have taken several courses and seminars from her, …

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The Ultimate Guide To LinkedIn From Wayne Breitbarth

A cut above the others Every week I read a tremendous volume of material about social media tools, primarily the current Big Three: LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.  Much of it is helpful, interesting, and informative, but I’ve just finished a book about LinkedIn that is all of that and so much more: The Power Formula …

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Evernote: The Game-Changing Tool For Handling Information

Information overload is my worst enemy The term “game-changing” turns some people off because it smacks of hype. But when a product really revolutionizes the way I handle—save and retrieve—the ridiculous amount of information that comes in and goes out of my life on a regular basis, “game-changing” is the right term. Evernote is a …

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