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5 books that

5 Books That Will Help Your Business Succeed

Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt

Feeling stagnant in your business and/or financial goals? Hyatt’s research driven system for goal setting and achievement will help you design your best year ever. Discover how to react when you feel stuck, what you can do to quit-proof your goals, and simple steps you can take to triple the likelihood of achieving them. Hyatt, a New York Times bestselling author, is a guru when it comes to closing the gap between your reality and dreams, all while reaching your fullest potential. 

Learning to Lead by Ron Williams & Karl Weber

Business prosperity begins with good leadership. In Learning to Lead, Williams and Weber equip readers with steps and strategies they need to find success on their personal and professional leadership journeys. Uncover leadership methods that will help you drive a high performing team, master communication, solve problems from varying perspectives, and more. This is a must-read for anyone hoping to grow as a guide personally, interpersonally, or organizationally. 

Building a Story Brand by Donald Miller

“Branding.” The elusive term that lies somewhere between strategy and marketing, and one of the most important elements in attracting prospects. What does your brand communicate to potential customers, and how clear is it? Chances are it’s not as coherent as you think, and Miller will be the first to tell you. Building a Story Brand dives deep into creating and communicating a business story that will connect with and attract customers. 

The Creative Curve by Allen Gannett

Creativity isn’t luck, it’s science. Achieving success in creative endeavors is easier than we think, and Gannett flawlessly shows us how. By understanding and utilizing Gannett’s groundbreaking “Creative Curve,” we can achieve innovative success in all aspects of our life. 

Traction by Gino Wickman 

It’s rare to meet someone who hasn’t at least heard of the book Traction by Gino Wickman. The book describes the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) – a philosophy and method for running a small to medium sized business. Our favorite aspect of EOS? Offsite meetings. One of the system’s core arguments is that our best work happens when we break out of our offices to brainstorm, plan, and collaborate in fresh and inspiring environments. Are you looking for a place to host your next offsite? Inquire and book with us today!

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