The 4 Disciplines of Execution (Free Press, 2012)

Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals.  This is a great business book.  You can have a magnificent strategy. But without execution, strategy never gets off the ground or out of the box.  The 4 D’s of Execution is a proven set of practices with these elements:

  1. Focusing on the Wildly Important
  2. Acting on Lead Measures
  3. Keeping a Compelling Scoreboard
  4. Creating a Cadence of Accountability

Built to Sell (Flip Jet Media Inc, 2010)

Creating a business that can thrive without you.  This is an awesome book that will guide a business owner in building value in their company for an option strategy rather than an exit strategy.

Platform Get Noticed in a Noisy World (Thomas Nelson, 2012)

Michael Hyatt’s Step by Step Guide for Anyone With Something to Say or Sell. This is THE book for you to follow as you setup your online business.  Chapter by chapter, Michael shows you the tools, the apps,  and his recommendations used to create his very successful blog.

Breaking Busy (Zondervan, 2016)

Alli Worthington certainly knows what busy can be. Five boys alone can keep a mom running. Her book, Breaking Busy, is an eye opener to the lies that working moms believe and permission to get off the fast track to enjoy life, family and faith.

One Thousand Gifts (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 2010)

If the Bible has changed your heart, this book changes your lense through which everything is viewed. Ann Voscamp accepts a dare from her firend to find 1000 things that she is grateful for; gifts from God.  The journey begins with counting her blessings and ends with the joy that comes from living daily in thankfulness and praise. Actually, the journey doesn’t end but continues in a lifestyle and perspective that keeps our focus on the gifts and blessings all around, if we only open our eyes and see them.