Quick Business Book Reviews

I read a lot of books but don’t always have the time to do a full business book review. Here’s a quick glance at books I’m reading or have read and what I think:

Thoughts on Business Books Read

Bottom Line: If you are an author or thinking about writing a book, then APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book is a must read for you. Tons of step-by-step tips and tactics for writing, publishing, and marketing your book.

Bottom Line: Accelerate! offers good ideas on how to improve and expand your online presence through content marketing.

Bottom Line: Are you an introvert? Do you live with or work with introverts? Quiet will help you make the most of yourself and your interpersonal relationships. Read full book review

Bottom Line: Kill the Company forces you to ask the questions you’re afraid to ask about your company. Read full book review

Bottom Line: Regardless of your company’s size or business model, Roadmap to Revenue delivers exactly what the title promises: a roadmap. You’ll find detailed steps to better understand your customer and match their buying process so they buy more from you.

Bottom Line: Running Lean is very practical, and step-by-step. I’m currently using it in my business development.

Bottom Line: Brainfluence is a quick, easy, and insightful read. If you love understanding how your customers’ brains work, this book is for you.

Bottom Line: Lean Startup offers a new way of thinking about customer-centric product development. If you sell anything to customers, you should read this book.