Been very busy lately working on projects and ideas hence the lack of posts. Ive recently decided its time to hammer a few books as I havent read a thing since August. Heres whats currently sitting on my to read list. I will update this post as time goes on with new books and books I’ve previously read on to remind me of ideas from these books and to let you know if they are any good or not . If anyone has any suggestions let me know cheers.
A Book about how everything in life is connected to everything else. Classic book about Hub theory havent read this bad boy yet but its at the top of my list having ordered it twice and it not arriving. The book was recommended highly by @jameswelchseo hub theory evangelist.
Read this in August on the way to Rhodes. Its not really a how to book which is what I like, im a firm believer in reading real life examples and listening to stories of how business became successful and working out how to apply it to your own or just simply understand how they managed it. Examples and accounts in this book all boil down to network science and how people and their connections ultimately make you a success. Must read another recommended by @jameswelchseo
The Thank you Economy
Having seen a few talks online by Gary and appreciating his no nonsense be a bottom feeder just do it and work hard attitude (hard work is the only currency I buy into), I thought lets take the plunge and read one of his books. This book is a look into now and where things are going in the word of social media. Throwing social media out of the window its just obvious that relationships with your customers is going to become more and more important, thank your customers now and retain them. Another thing I like about this book is that it speaks in terms that business owners ( none techies understand which is useful)
Havent read this one yet its sitting on my table. By the sounds of it its gonna be a roll your sleeves up and get stuck in type of book. I will let you know if its worth getting.
Havent read this yet but looking forward to it having never read a Seth Godin book before. The one I really fancy reading is purple cow just from the mentions and buzz it created but hey this was thrown at me from a friends bookcase so Ill become a Linchpin first and worry about the purple cow later