Category: Books

Reading Intentionally: How Terry Moore chooses what to read

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Terry Moore, CCIM, has been one of the most successful commercial real estate agents in San Diego for more than twenty years. He has received many awards and published more than sixty articles on investment, leadership and legacy topics. Terry runs triathlons to keep in shape and is finishing his first book. He is flawed  »  Read More

Reading Intentionally: How Tanmay Vora chooses what to read

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Tanmay Vora is Country Head and Director (R&D) for Basware’s India operations. Hehas written two books on quality leadership and has contributed in several other eBooks and books including a full chapter in The ASTD Management Development Handbook . How Tanmay Vora chooses what to read They say you only learn  »  Read More

How Mike Figliuolo chooses what to read

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Mike Figliuolo is an honor graduate of the United States Military Academy, he’s also a McKinsey alum and former business executive who is currently the Managing Director of thoughtLEADERS LLC. That firm trains senior executives in critical business skills. Mike is the author of three books ­ One Piece of Paper: The  »  Read More

How Stephen Lynch chooses what to read

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Stephen Lynch is the Head of Strategy and Consulting for RESULTS.com and the author of Business Execution for Results. He was two other distinctions that are relevant here. First, he has the most interesting bio of anyone I know and, second, he is incredibly disciplined in his choices about everything, including what he  »  Read More

How Art Petty chooses what books to read

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Art Petty is an author, speaker, and management educator with a lot of real world experience. He writes the Management Excellence blog and is a member of our Intentional Reading Panel where you’ll find a full bio. I asked Art to tell you how he chooses what books to read among the gazillions of possibilities. Here’s  »  Read More

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