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Article: The Last Personal Finance Book You’ll Need

There are some unfortunate genres, such as self-help books, that are littered with crap. Personal finance books are another field of dreck. Let’s not name names.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-last-personal-finance-book-you-8217-ll-need

Article: 2012 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards Shortlist: Personal Development

Over the course of this week, we have posted the shortlist selections in the General Business, Leadership, Management, Innovation & Creativity, Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Marketing & Sales, Personal Development, and Finance & Economics categories. Just one last category left: Personal Development. Stay tuned, because on Monday, December 17th, we'll announce the category winners, and, on Wednesday, December 19th, we'll celebrate the overall winner of the 2012 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards!

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/2012-800-ceo-read-business-book-awards-shortlist-personal-development

Article: Addressing The Behavior Gap in the New Year

We don't recommend too many personal finance titles around here. The last one I can remember us being really excited about was Lee Eisenberg's The Number, which came out in 2006 and didn't do as well with the general readership as we thought and hoped it would. Financial literacy is a immensely important topic, but most personal finance books are rather dense—as well-written, easy-to-understand and exciting to read as the assembly instructions to the bar stool you just got for Christmas.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/addressing-the-behavior-gap-in-the-new-year

Article: 2012 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards Shortlist: Finance & Economics

Over the course of this week, we will be posting the shortlist selections for our 8 business book categories: General Business, Leadership, Management, Innovation/Creativity, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Sales, Personal Development, Finance. On Monday, December 17th, we'll announce the category winners, and, on Wednesday, December 19th, we'll celebrate the overall winner of the 2012 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards! Stay tuned.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/2012-800-ceo-read-business-book-awards-shortlist-finance-economics

Article: Go Green, Live Rich: An Interview with David Bach

In today's podcast, we speak with David Bach, author of the popular Finish Rich series of personal finance books and the man who coined the term Latte Factor. His latest book, entitled Go Green, Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth and Get Rich Trying, is a quick and interesting read, filled with a sense of purpose and easy steps that one can take to become a smarter consumer and live a greener lifestyle. We spoke last month about why he chose to write this book, and how--contrary to popular misconceptions--going green can actually save you money.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/go-green-live-rich-an-interview-with-david-bach

Article: Todd's Best of 2005

It has been an incredible year. I know it sounds like a big echo here on the blog, but we are so happy and want to thank everyone who has help make this year such a success. Like the awards shows, there are too many names to list.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/todd-039-s-best-of-2005

Article: 168 Hours and All the Money in the World

Robert Benchley’s Law of Distinction states that “There are two kinds of people in the world: those who believe there are two kinds of people in the world, and those who don’t. ” If that statement made any logical sense, I would count myself among the latter. Yet I do think it's a rare mind that is both expansive and practical at the same time, and that is what makes Laura Vanderkam so special.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/168-hours-and-all-the-money-in-the-world

Article: Go Green, Live Rich

David Bach--author of the popular Finish Rich series of personal finance books and the man who coined the term Latte Factor--has penned a new book entitled Go Green, Live Rich: 50 Simple Ways to Save the Earth and Get Rich Trying. It is a quick and interesting read, filled with a sense of purpose as well as easy steps that one can take to become a smarter consumer and live a greener lifestyle. There is a widely held view out there that greening your lifestyle is an expensive and painful process.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/go-green-live-rich

Article: Tess Vigeland

Tess Vigeland talks about he leap she made, and how to know when it's time for you to make yours.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/tess-vigeland

Article: Jack Covert Selects - New Sales Speak

New Sales Speak: The 9 Biggest Sales Presentation Mistakes & How to Avoid Them by Terri L. Sjodin, CSP, John Wiley & Son, Inc. , 230 Pages, $18,95 Paperback, November 2000, ISBN 0471395706 As Ive discussed in previous JCS reviews, certain publishers can be counted on to do a certain kind of book very well.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/jack-covert-selects-new-sales-speak

Article: The Books of William Bernstein

In the area of personal finance, there are two types of books How do I get out of debt What do I do with all my extra money now that I am out of debt. The books of William Bernstein are for those who have extra money and are trying to figure out a way of investing it for the long-term. He believe in index funds and asset-based investing as the best path to success.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-books-of-william-bernstein

Article: The 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards Shortlist: Management

Over the course of this week, we will be posting the shortlist selections for our 8 business book categories: General Business, Leadership, Management, Innovation/Creativity, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Sales, Personal Development, Finance. Then on Monday, December 16th, we'll announce the 8 category winners! In early January, the overall winner of the 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards will be awarded, so stay tuned to The Daily Blog for all the good news.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-2013-800-ceo-read-business-book-awards-shortlist-management

Article: The 2014 800-CEO-READ Business Book of the Year and Jack Covert Awards

We went to NYC last week to announce the 2014 Business Book of the Year and inaugural Jack Covert Award.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-2014-800-ceo-read-business-book-of-the-year-and-jack-covert-award

Article: The 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards Shortlist: Marketing & Sales

Over the course of this week, we will be posting the shortlist selections for our 8 business book categories: General Business, Leadership, Management, Innovation/Creativity, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Sales, Personal Development, Finance. On Monday, December 16th, we'll announce the 8 category winners! In early January, the overall winner of the 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards will be awarded, so stay tuned to The Daily Blog for all the good news.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-2013-800-ceo-read-business-book-awards-shortlist-marketing-sales

Article: The 2014 Business Book Awards: Submissions Are Open

We are now accepting submissions for the 2014 Business Book Awards. Thousands of business books are published each year, each with the potential to promote change and enlighten the way people think about business. We began recognizing these efforts in 2007 with the 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards, highlighting the best works in a number of categories.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-2014-business-book-awards-submissions-are-open

Article: January's Top Books on Compact Disc

We know that you all have been waiting for this ALL month, so here it is! ! Our Top 25 Books from last month that are available in audio format!

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/january-039-s-top-books-on-compact-disc

Article: Follow-up to "Read the Number"

Yesterday, Todd encouraged you to read The Number. Last week, Jack posted his review of it. And it's not just us that are recommending the book.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/follow-up-to-quot-read-the-numberquot-

Article: In the Books - Off to the Printers XI

After an always busy year-end of hosting our Author Pow-Wow, reading and judging books for our 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards, producing our annual review of business books, planning our Book Awards Party in New York City, trying to keep up with our more mundane and unsung daily tasks, and working on our secret, obviously unannounced plans of world-domination, we're beginning to see the light here in the New Year. One big recent step was sending our annual review off to the printers*, and in a tradition I started last year to wrap up the project, I'd like to share with you here some of what we have written in previous issues. (I've also put links to previous entries in this series at the end of this post.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/in-the-books-off-to-the-printers-xi

Article: Go Read The Number

I have a simple request: go read The Number, now. We have seen this book coming ever since this summer. Free Press has gone to extreme lengths to make this a big book.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/go-read-the-number

Article: THE 2006 FINANCIAL TIMES AND GOLDMAN SACHS BOOK AWARD

The shortlist for the 2006 FT/Goldman Sachs book award has been announced. Here are the award criteria: THE MISSION "To identify the book that provides the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues, including management, finance and economics. " What I personally like about the mission statement is the use of the word enjoyable That term is missing from far too many business books.

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/the-2006-financial-times-and-goldman-sachs-book-award

Article: In the Books - Off to the Printers XII

In another installment from the annual review of business books we produced last year, we have an article from friend and former president of the company, Todd Sattersten. In it, he discusses the meta-themes in business thought that he and Jack uncovered as they spent 18 months compiling, reading, choosing and writing The 100 Best Business Books of All Time. ◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊◊ The Five Universal Themes in Business BY TODD SATTERSTEN What happens when you spend 18 months reading the best in business literature?

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/in-the-books-off-to-the-printers-xii

Article: Swiped: How to Protect Yourself in a World Full of Scammers, Phishers, and Identity Thieves

In Chapter 7 of his new book on protecting yourself from identity theft, Adam Levin describes Ann Cavoukian’s seven principles of privacy by design

https://inthebooks.800ceoread.com/articles/swiped-how-to-protect-yourself-in-a-world-full-of-scammers-phishers-and-identity-thieves