Recommended Business Books
Note: These are business books I recommend as an NLP trainer and NLP coach trainer, they are not NLP Books as such.
(See recommended NLP Books, Coaching Books, Sales Books)
Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio
Hedge Fund billionaire Ray Dalio, shares his principles for life and work success. Highly recommended.
Principles for Success by Ray Dalio
This is an extract from Principals (above), summarising Ray’s principles with some great illustrations. Hedge Fund billionaire Ray Dalio, shares his principles for life and work success. Highly recommended.
Getting Results the Agile Way: A Personal Results System for Work and Life by J. D. Meier
In today’s world, change happens quickly; learn how to be flexible and responsive to new opportunities. This book explains how and most important, how to make best use of the time you have.
Atomic Habits: The life-changing million copy bestseller by James Clear
A practical way of changing habits.
Ready For Anything: 52 productivity principles for work and life by David Allen
David shows readers how to make things happen with less effort, stress and inefficiency, and lots more energy, creativity and clarity.
The Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-by-Step Guide for Building a Great Company
How to develop an effective business plan for a scalable business in 2019. The new approach to starting a scalable business.
What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How successful people become even more successful by Marshall Goldsmith
Marshall Goldsmith’s expertise is in helping global leaders overcome their unconscious annoying habits and become more successful. His one-on-one coaching comes with a six-figure price tag – but in this book you get his great advice for much less. How he uses feedback and feedforward.
Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–becoming the Person You Want to Be by Marshall Goldsmith
Triggers confronts head-on the challenges of behaviour and change, looking at the external factors (or ‘triggers’) – both negative and positive – that affect our behaviours, our awareness of when we need to change, our willingness (or otherwise) to do so and our ability to see the change through. Includes how Marshall uses ‘daily questions’.