Not Impossible: The Art and Joy of Doing What Couldn't Be Done by Mick Ebeling
Doing the Not Impossible is often the result of first saying "Yes."
There are many books about the role of failure in our lives and careers, but not one that prescribes a nuts-and-bolts formula to use it—until now.
This Week's Special Offers Are...
This week's special offers are Four Seconds, Intelligent Leadership, and Rebbe.
The High Speed Company by Jason Jennings with Laurence Haughton
Jason Jennings is one of our favorite authors, and he is back with a book about instilling a sense of urgency within your company culture.
Jeremy Gutsche on Business and Books
Jeremy Gutsche, author of Better and Faster, talks about the books that have influenced him and what he's reading now.
Pushkin Press and Yasushi Inoue's Life of a Counterfeiter
A peek at one of the UK's most outstanding small presses, and a review of a newly-reprinted classic of Japanese literature.
Becoming the Best: Build a World-Class Organization Through Values-Based Leadership
Harry Kramer, author of From Values to Action has a story in Becoming the Best that intimately illustrates "The Importance of Self-Reflection."