Books on Beth’s Bookshelves
By Spencer Johnson
Although this book was published over 20 years ago, it is a reminder that to get ahead, you need to embrace change if you are ever going to grow as a person and succeed in business.
By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen & Les Hewitt
Although this book was originally published over 15 years ago, it provides a treasure trove of ideas and examples on how to stay focused, so that you feel more accomplished and fulfilled – both personally and professionally.
By Daymond John
For anyone considering starting a business or a business owner who feels that they are stuck right now, this book gives practical advice to have the success you crave. Through compelling stories, the author gives sound advice and makes one obtain or get back that hunger feeling that drives a business forward.
By Jeffrey J. Fox
Jeffrey Fox has written a book that will please some people immensely, but will intensely annoy others. “How to Become a CEO” is a short and easy to read book. Each chapter is a 2-page piece of advice that is “crisp, blunt, frank, generally judgemental and very, very easy to digest.”
By Michael Roberto
Throughout Roberto’s lively narrative, there is a strong recurring theme: “leaders must strive for a delicate balance of assertiveness and restraint.” In this book, he explains, “I argue that leaders must become hunters who venture out in search of the problems that might lead to disaster” for their organizations.
By Eckhart Tolle
Tolle’s message is simple: living in the now is the truest path to happiness and enlightenment. And while this message may not seem stunningly original or fresh, Tolle’s clear writing, supportive voice, and enthusiasm make this an excellent manual for anyone who has ever wondered what exactly “living in the now” means.
By Eckhart Tolle
Tolle’s second book. Both are also available on audio.
By Stephen Covey
A step-by-step guide that presents a holistic, integrated, principle-centered approach for solving personal and professional problems.
By Timothy Ferriss
This book describes a new way of solving a very old problem: just how can we work to live and prevent our lives from being all about work?
By Thomas J. Stanley Ph.D.
Besides offering insights into millionaire’s penny pinching ways, pleasing quips (“big brain, no bucks”), and 46 statistical charts with catchy titles, Stanley’s book booms with human-potential pep talk and bristles with anecdotes.
By Richard Nelson Bolles
This book provides a practical guide for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers.