Ron’s Short Review: The shift to technology-based work is pushing us beyond the information age. If you’ve been an “Information Worker” you should learn how to augment technology to keep yourself relevant.
Ron’s Short Review:You have to dig through this one a bit to find examples of how this works at work. Our author focuses a lot on home and school. But the bottom line is: collaborate, collaborate, collaborate. This is the power of Teams.
Ron’s Short Review: This book changed my habit of getting meaningful work done. I have carved out time every month to isolate myself and my thinking on particular projects. The productivity improvement has been astounding.
Ron’s Short Review:I think Bill takes the lessons from Strength Finders and puts them into a very practical format for taking your natural strengths and getting better at them but not allowing them to get in the way.
Ron’s Short Review:This is a solid Catholic-based book. I’m not Catholic but the principles are very sound and it helps explain why we resist the happiness that Shawn Achor (last month’s book) says leads to success.
Ron’s Short Review:This is the book to help you deal with Right vs Right decisions. Most business decisions are Right vs Right but we frame them as Right vs Wrong which makes them impossible to solve. This one should stay on the bookshelf.
Ron’s Short Review:Debunking the myth that creativity is somehow related to genius and comes to you in a flash. It doesn’t. Like anything else, it takes hard work, dedication and commitment. Ashton gives some great practical advice and stories.