Carl Reader

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (68 of 75)
Location: United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 868,264 - Total Helpful Votes: 68 of 75
Life. Business: Just Got Easier by Brad Burton
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
What a great book! If you've read Brad's books before, you'll know that he is straight talking and tells it how it is. Simply put, this book has refocused me at a great time, and I can relate to so many of the experiences in here. I've spent tens of thousands on consultants and trainers before - some great, some good, some appalling - this book, used correctly, covers exactly the same ground and basic principles. Any business owner will get their money (and time) invested in this book back, several times over, provided they take action.
The Ultimate Small Business Marketing Book by Dee Blick
I was recommended this book by two people I know, who had read the book and believed it had transformed their business. I often take these claims with a pinch of salt, but having read - and acted on - the contents of the book, I can assure you that it transforms your way of thinking about how to market your business. Dee proves that it is not about flashy marketing departments - instead she looks at practical ways of evaluating who you are, what you've done so far, and then takes you through how to promote your business. I'd wholeheartedly recommend this book, and indeed have recommended other contacts to speak to Dee about helping their business.
The Art of Exceptional Living by Jim Rohn
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
If you work hard on your job, you will have a career. If you work hard on your life, you will have a fortune...

They are the words that come through from the CD set "The Art of Exceptional Living" by Jim Rohn. This two CD set is a fantastic way to introduce yourself to the work of Rohn, and to learn from the lessons that he had learned himself.

Much of the work is autobiographical, however this is no bad thing. Rohn talks about the difficult times in his life, earning $57 and there being more month than money at the age of twenty five. He then shows the main change that was required to break free from this vicious cycle - the change in blame - moving from an external… Read more

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