Featured: Audiobooks

These aren’t “get rich quick” books…just good, solid advice on leadership, finance, and making things happen.

Crisis Economics: A Crash Course in the Future of Finance

by Nouriel Roubini

This myth-shattering book reveals the methods Roubini used to foretell the current crisis before other economists saw it coming and shows how those methods can help to make sense of the present and prepare for the future.

The Millionaire Messenger: Make a Difference and a Fortune Sharing Your Advice

by Brendon Burchard

Explains how to make an individual’s life experiences the basis of a successful consulting business, and provides advice on setting up the business, finding clients, and other issues.

The Leader Who Had No Title

by Robin S. Sharma

Leadership expert Shirma offers insights on: how to influence people; how to recognize and seize opportunities in times of change; the secrets of innovation; how to build teams and win over customers; how to gain strength so as to become a leader in a given field; how to defeat stress, build an “unbeatable mindset,” unleash energy, and create balance.

Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders: The Three Essential Principles You Need to Become an Extraordinary Leader

by Rajeev Peshawaria

Rajeev Peshawaria tackles the question of what separates extraordinary leaders from ordinary bosses and details his unique and proven program for achieving leadership excellence.

The Steve Jobs Way: Leadership for a New Generation

by Jay Elliot

From product development meetings to design labs, through executive boardroom showdowns to the world outside of Silicon Valley, this is the real Steve Jobs: the true story of the ‘Boy Genius’ who transformed technology and the world.

 

 

The Idea Hunter: How to Find the Best Ideas and Make Them Happen

by Andrew C. Boynton

People often struggle for ideas because they are under the impression that a good idea has to be original. To the contrary, many of the world’s great innovators learned their ideas elsewhere. Here, listeners will discover how to cultivate ideas fromothers and make them their own, just as many others, including Thomas Edison, Mary Kay Ash, Twitter, Pixar Animation Studios, and the Boston Beer Company, have done before them.

Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose

by Tony Hsieh

The CEO of the successful online shoe retailer Zappos explains how he used the science of happiness to deliver contentment to his employees, customers, investors and vendors; how this led to stellar sales; and how his principles can be applied to other companies and entrepreneurs

 

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