Let’s explore five of the best productivity books that can help. Each one covers a valuable perspective on how to produce better results. Their insights can transform the way you work so you can achieve more of what you want in life.
How to create a great product or service.
Let’s explore six of the best product development books. Each one covers practical insights for product teams of all sizes. While you don’t have to read all of them to be successful, I recommend that you take a few minutes to review the list, so you can identify the ones that are most relevant to you. Here are some of the key topics:
Each of the books in this list provides a valuable perspective. Some directly address the topic of advertising, while others cover complementary topics that help maximize the value of your ad spend. So, even if you’re eager to jump right into buying ads, I recommend that you carefully consider all five of the books on this list.
It’s important to note that this list is far from exhaustive. There are many great books on advertising, copywriting, and marketing in general. …
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Each of the books can be very helpful, but of course, some are going to be more urgent than others depending on your business’s needs today. So, I recommend that you take a few minutes to go through the entire list. That way, you’ll have an opportunity to identify the most critical and most relevant books for you.
Here are some of the key topics and themes that are covered:
None of these books relate directly to the topic of business. Instead, they address areas for self-improvement that can help entrepreneurs be more effective in their role. That’s why I consider them to be the best self-help books for entrepreneurs to read.
Many entrepreneurs fall into the trap of searching for the ‘one big thing’ that will lead to business success. So, they often jump from one promising opportunity to the next without creating meaningful momentum in any one direction.
However, great businesses aren’t built on a single idea or insight. Instead, they’re the result of a series of steps that compound over time. Each one builds upon previous work to create superior results while unlocking new opportunities for the future.
So, let’s explore how successful companies like Amazon, and popular podcasts like The Joe Rogan Experience, accelerated their growth by creating…
Good is often the enemy of great in business. The majority of companies never become great because they’re satisfied with good results. So, Good To Great aims to address the question, “How can a good company become a great company?”
Author Jim Collins and his team sought to identify organizations that had made the transition from good-to-great. …
Fortunately, startups tend to unfold in a predictable pattern. The more aware you are of this pattern, the better you’ll be able to capitalize on it. And, instead of feeling lost when you suffer inevitable setbacks, you’ll be able to put these problems in context.
In this book summary of The Start-Up J Curve, we’ll explore the six predictable phases of the startup journey, including Create, Release, Morph, Model, Scale, and Harvest. Each one requires a primary focus and poses specific challenges. …
This is a brutal time for many entrepreneurs as entire industries are being put on hold and, even if your industry hasn’t been affected yet, the uncertainty surrounding this situation is likely causing you a lot of stress and anxiety.
Now of course, central to all of this is the health impact of the virus. We all have friends and family members that are in at-risk groups, so we must do whatever it takes to protect them during this difficult time.
But this is not an article about the health impact, as I’m not qualified to address any of that…
Tesla did NOT set out to create an iconic new design with the Cybertruck.
In fact, I think it’s safe to say that the unique appearance was the biggest obstacle that came up during its development. It had to be creatively sold by the marketing team AFTER Tesla came up with the REAL breakthrough.
And that breakthrough is far more interesting than just a bold new look.
In short, Tesla’s Cybertruck is a picture perfect example of value innovation as described in Blue Ocean Strategy, a very popular business book written by W. Chan Kim and Renée A. Mauborgne.