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A Book Called Beyond Bullets

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 26, 2004, at 7:02 PM in News & Opinion

Cliff Atkinson of Beyond Bullets announced Tuesday there will be a book published under the same name. It is be released by Microsoft Press and will ship February 2005. If you haven't been to Cliff's blog, you should go check it out.

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David Allen on Unstuck

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 26, 2004, at 6:51 PM in News & Opinion

David Allen of Getting Things Done fame gives his friend Keith Yamashita a plug on his blog. We've talked about Yamashita's new book Unstuck a number of times here on this blog.

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Creating Your Own Luck

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 18, 2004, at 4:23 PM in News & Opinion

The name I affectionately gave those who seize serendipity and capture coincidence is You Never Know It Alls. Having heard the phrase 'you never know' all of my life and having said it more ofter than I can remember, it continues to have impact on creating luck. You Never Know It Alls dont conform to the Keep it to yourself, play your cards close to your chest school.

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THE EIGHT TRAITS of People Who Turn Random Chance into Runaway Success

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 17, 2004, at 2:14 PM in News & Opinion

What is it about some people that make them successful? Are they born under a lucky star? Do they get all the breaks?

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Lots of Luck

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 16, 2004, at 4:39 PM in News & Opinion

There are three books coming out in the next few months that deal with the topic of luck. The first is Good Luck: Create the Conditions for Success in Life and Business by Alex Rovira and Fernando Trias de Bas. Jack wrote a review and posted already this month.

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Spooky Action

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 16, 2004, at 3:39 PM in News & Opinion

Mike DeWitt at Spooky Action is a pretty big fan of Jay Abraham's book Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got.

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Jack Covert Selects--Good Luck

By Jack, published August 10, 2004, at 9:23 PM in Jack Covert Selects

Good Luck: Create the Conditions for Success in Life & Business by Alex Rovira & Fernando Trias de Bes, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 143 Pages, Hardcover, August 2004, ISBN 0787976075 How many times have we heard or felt that luck played a significant part in something? The authors of Good Luck have quite an unusual and unique perspective on luck. They believe that good luck needs to be invited in, and that it is entirely up to people to create the conditions for their own good luck.

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I Smell a Rat

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 10, 2004, at 9:15 PM in News & Opinion

Jack found this review from the Telegraph (UK) about a book called The Way of the Rat: A Survival Guide to Office Politics by Joep P M Schrijvers. This is book from Cyan Books. Last week, Evelyn wrote a post referencing My Sister is a Barista by John Simmons.

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Big Ideas

By 800-CEO-READ, published August 6, 2004, at 8:13 PM in News & Opinion

Most business books bug me. And not because I dont like business books, but in fact the very opposite. Speak of me as one that loved not wisely but too well.

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Book Excerpt Blog

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 6, 2004, at 2:14 PM in News & Opinion

We are on day five of running our first book excerpt over on the new Book Excerpt Blog. We are featuring Who Are "They" Anyway? by BJ Gallagher and Steve Ventura.

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Biz Books in Berkeley

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 5, 2004, at 1:28 PM in News & Opinion

I have one story left from my trip to San Francisco that I thought to share. I was staying in Berkeley, just south of the UC campus. I had some extra time on the first night, so I went into one of the new/used bookstores on Telegraph St.

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Awareness: A Prerequisite to Effective Action

By Dylan Schleicher, published August 2, 2004, at 2:16 PM in News & Opinion

I haven't been drawn to read a purely business book lately. And I've felt a bit in a stress-induced creative slump and was hoping to read a different type of book - one that would challenge me, prime my creative juices, and reinvigorate me. Tall order.