My Reading & Review List for 2018 Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

I started my reading journey at the beginning of 2017.

Before then, I could have counted the number of books that I had read from beginning to end on one hand.

But in 2017 I managed to read and reviewed 32 books (!) – which is a huge accomplishment for me. However, in 2018, I plan to top that!

To help keep me focused, I have listed 35 books that I aim to read and review before the end of 2018.

Although 35 seems like a lot, it was a lot harder than you think to condense my Amazon Wish List into just 35 books. Hopefully, I can squeeze in a few extra reads throughout the year.

Once I have read and reviewed a book from this list, I’ll come back to this page to let you know my thoughts and provide a link to my full review and book score.

If you have read any of these books, please do let me know what you thought of them in the comments below. Also, I’d love to hear what is on your reading list for 2018.

Ready? Here goes…in no particular order…

1) The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell 

The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

You cannot go wrong with one of Malcolm Gladwell’s books. You will always find them to be thought-provoking, interesting, and a joy to read. But if you are a marketer, I would recommend that you pick this book over his other published reads. I believe that you will find this book far more useful and more practical.

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2) Life. Business: Just Got Easier by Brad Burton

Life. Business Just Got Easier by Brad Burton Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

I’ll be completed honest and admit that this book isn’t up there with my top 10 business reads.

However, I still think it’s going to be valuable to the right person, and it was an enjoyable and funny read (which is a common lacking trait in non-fiction business books).

Overall, it’s an entertaining business read that is going to be most useful to those that are just getting started.

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3) Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World by Timothy Ferriss

Tribe of Mentors by Timothy Ferriss Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews[Still to read]

4) Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals by Thomas C Corley

Rich Habits by Thomas C Corley Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

I was very disappointed with this book. There is nothing new in here and it didn’t provide me with much value (practically zero). 

In my opinion, this should not be a book, it should be a blog post.

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5) Money: Know More, Make More, Give More by Rob Moore

Money by Rob Moore Book Reviews Roseanna Sunley

As the title suggests, this book is all about money. The author, Rob Moore, leaves no stone unturned and covers everything you could possibly wish to know (and more!) on the subject.

I listened to the audiobook version due to it providing the listener with an extra 5 hours’ worth of content.

The audiobook is narrated by the author himself and he does a very good job of it. He keeps you engaged and entertained with his witty comments and expressive voice. However, if I was to revisit this book again, I think I would prefer a physical copy.

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6) Entrepreneur Revolution: How to Develop Your Entrepreneurial Mindset and Start a Business That Works by Daniel Priestley

Entrepreneur Revolution by Daniel Priestley Book Reviews Roseanna Sunley

The Entrepreneur Revolution is a motivational book that is great for new entrepreneurs.

I have read a lot of books that are targeted towards this audience, but I believe that this one is one of the most valuable, providing you with “the yellow brick road” to becoming an entrepreneur.

A highly recommended read for those who are ready to step into the world of entrepreneurship. 

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7) The 33 Strategies Of War by Robert Greene

The 33 Strategies Of War by Robert Greene Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews
[Still to read]

8) The Lean Startup: How Constant Innovation Creates Radically Successful Businesses by Eric Ries

The Lean Startup by Eric Ries Roseanna Sunley Book Review

This book is insanely valuable and even though I sometimes found it boring and difficult to re-open, the time that I did spend reading the book was well worth it!

It’s a must-have for any serious business owner, entrepreneur, intrapreneur, and innovator.

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9) Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant by W. Chan Kim and Renée A. Mauborgne

Blue Ocean Strategy Book Review Roseanna Sunley

This book thoroughly deserves to be a 10/10 book!

Blue Ocean Strategy is insanely valuable and, for the right person, it could potentially be worth a lot of money to their business in the long-term. However, the book is a hard-hitting, strictly business-oriented read and some other people have noted that they found it a bit ‘dry’.

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10) The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less by Barry Schwartz 

The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews[Still to read]

11) Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong by Eric Barker

Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

This book is an entertaining and insightful read.

The author, Eric Barker, not only examines why everything we thought we knew about success is (mostly) wrong, he does so in a humorous way with the use of scientific research, studies, and people’s life experiences.

Using all the information that he has gathered, he then follows up each chapter with actionable content detailing how you can apply those lessons to your own life. I highly recommend it.

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12) 6 Months to 6 Figures by Peter Voogd

6 Months to 6 Figures by Peter Voogd Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

Even though it seems as though I gave this book a rather negative review, in truth, it wasn’t that bad – it just doesn’t deliver on the title.

Although the book has nothing to do with increasing your earnings by six figures, it is a good personal development book for entrepreneurs.

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13) Everybody Writes: Your Go-to Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content by Ann Handley

Everybody Writes by Ann Handley Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews[Still to read]

14) Contagious: How to Build Word of Mouth in the Digital Age Paperback by Jonah Berger

Contagious by Jonah Berger Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

Contagious is the result of years of research and study, breaking down the principles of contagiousness and how you can create valuable virality within your business.

The author, Jonah Berger, has spent over a decade researching why some things catch on and why other things don’t.

Contagious is a first-class book that any business owner or marketer should definitely have on their shelf and re-visit regularly.

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15) The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fck by Mark Manson Roseanna Sunley Book ReviewsThis New York Times Bestseller is a modern-day self-help guide.

Admittedly, this book won’t tick everyone’s boxes (and you should definitely avoid it if you don’t like profanity in books) but underneath the sometimes aggressive and sarcastic tone are some important real-life lessons.

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16) 24 Assets: Create a Digital, Scalable, Valuable and Fun Business That Will Thrive in a Fast Changing World by Daniel Priestley

24 Assets by Daniel Priestley Roseanna Sunley Book Review

In this book, Daniel has identified 24 critical areas that you should concentrate on in your business, each of these areas being called an “asset.” The more assets that you have, the better your business will be, and the more success you will enjoy.

This is a great book, and anybody at any stage of their business development will get value from it. It’s a totally practical book with lots of ideas that anyone can implement, no matter what kind of business they have.

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17) Mindset With Muscle: Proven Strategies to Build Up Your Brain, Body and Business by Jamie Alderton

Mindset With Muscle by Jamie Alderton Roseanna Sunley Book ReviewThe main bulk of the content in Mindset with Muscle was about the importance of forming habits. That’s great! I agree with everything that the author said. But for a book that contains the word ‘Muscle’ in the title, the content was very weak and rather basic.

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18) Fail, Fail Again, Fail Better: Wise Advice for Leaning into the Unknown by Pema Chodron

Fail, Fail Again, Fail Better by Pema Chodron Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

This book is a transcription from a commencement speech and podcast interview.

Overall, I was disappointed due to the fact that the transcription is word-for-word and has not been edited for a reader. It becomes difficult to digest, hard to find key points and takeaways, and not very enjoyable to read.

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19) ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever by David Heinemeier Hansson and‎ Jason Fried

ReWork Change the Way You Work Forever Roseanna Sunley Book ReviewIf you are a brand new entrepreneur and taking your first steps in business, this would be a great place for you to start.

Rework contains small steps, which are very easy to implement, that will make a big difference in the way that you do business and to the results that you achieve.

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20) Oversubscribed: How to Get People Lining Up to Do Business with You by Daniel Priestley 

Oversubscribed by Daniel Priestley Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

This book teaches you how to create your own ecosystem that allows you to operate in a market of one, create your own dedicated following, and be able to generate more business demand that what you are able to fulfill.

Oversubscribed has everything in it that I love to get from a non-fiction book. It’s simple, easy to read and digest, and it’s got actionable content that people can follow and implement in their businesses straight away.

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21) I Don’t Work Fridays – Proven Strategies to Scale Your Business And Not Be A Slave To It by Martin NorburyI Don't Work Fridays by Martin Norbury Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

I Don’t Work Friday’s is less of a business book and more of the author’s autobiography. There is useful and actionable content in this book, and it comes in the form of The Scale Model, but it doesn’t start until Chapter 12 on page 117!

Overall, I was thoroughly disappointed by the little amount of business content.

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22) So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love by Cal Newport

So Good They Can't Ignore You by Cal Newport Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

I started reading this book, but sadly after 26 pages, it ended up in the DNF pile. Click here to find out why. 

*DNF = Did not finish

23) Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers by Timothy Ferriss

Tools of Titans by Timothy Ferriss Roseanna Sunley Book ReviewsTools of Titans is packed with lots of helpful advice! You can pretty much open the book on any page and find something useful.

This book is similar to an entrepreneurial encyclopedia that you can dip into when you want. A great reference book to have within reach when you need a bit of guidance.

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24) Growth Hacker Marketing: A Primer on the Future of PR, Marketing and Advertising by Ryan Holiday

Growth Hacker Marketing by Ryan Holiday Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

Growth Hacker Marketing gives you a 4-step plan on how to build a growth hack into your own product or service.

This is a great book that I would recommend to all marketers – especially those that are trying to market a product or service with an extremely tight, if not zero, marketing budget.

It’s a quick read that you can complete in one sitting.

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25) Grit: Why Passion and Resilience are the Secrets to Success by Angela Duckworth

Grit by Angela Duckworth Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

This book is Duckworth’s discovery of grit.

It’s an entertaining read because you follow along with her, almost like a story, as she carries out extra research and recalls her findings. She also details ways in which you can improve your own grit, determination, focus, and goal setting.

Overall, a very valuable read.

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26) Deep Work: Rules For Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport

Deep Work by Cal Newport Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

The best (and probably the simplest) way of describing Deep Work is being in ‘the zone’.

You are in a distraction-free environment and you are left to simply work.

Although this concept sounds very simple, and in some sense it is, it’s the simplicity of it that makes it brilliant.

Newport covers a whole range of varying factors throughout the book, along with actionable content, hints, and tips on how you practice Deep Work to improve your own chances of success.

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26) Outliners: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell

Outliners by Malcolm Gladwell Roseanna Sunley Book Review

In this book, Malcolm Gladwell looks at the lives of extraordinary people – those that have achieved so much more than everyone else – and he calls these people Outliers.

He delves deep into their life story to try and understand what is it that made them so successful and what allowed them to reach such high levels in their field of expertise.

It’s an interesting book that makes you look at successful people differently and if you have read and enjoyed one of Malcolm Gladwell’s other books, then you are going to enjoy this book also.

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27) David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants by Malcolm Gladwell

David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell Roseanna Sunley Book reviews

In a nutshell, this book is all about how advantages can be disadvantages, and disadvantages can be advantages.

It is an engaging read that makes you re-think your situation.

The downside to this book is that there is no real actionable content. Instead, Gladwell takes you through real-life examples, experiments and results to demonstrate the reasons why underdogs can (and do) succeed – even though everything is against them and they should fail hands down.

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28) Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman Book Reviews Roseanna Sunley[Still to read]

29) How To Be F*cking Awesome by Dan Meredith

How To Be Fcking Awesome by Dan Meredith Roseanna Sunley Book Review

How to be F*cking Awesome is a basic personal development book.

As you may have guessed from the title, it does contain profanity and the author can come across as quite immature and laddish. However, if that doesn’t bother you, the audiobook is a short and easy listen which would make a great introduction for those who are new to personal development and/or audiobooks.

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30) Disrupt Yourself: Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation by Jay Samit

Disrupt Yourself by Jay Samit Roseanna Sunley Book Review

Reading this book isn’t going to guarantee that you’ll be able to think up and create the next earth-shattering product to disrupt the world.

But it will show you where disruptive ideas come from and help you notice the opportunities within disruption when they arise.

It’s a great book for the creative and innovative entrepreneur.

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31) The Million Dollar Blog by Natasha Courtenay-Smith

The Million Dollar Blog by Natasha Courtenay-Smith Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

Considering the size of this book (it’s about 260 pages) I flew through it rather quickly.

It’s written in a simple and easy-digestible manner, which I just love.

As far as books on blogging go, this is a great book and ideal for those who have just started blogging or are thinking about doing it in the near future. However, it’s probably not the best book for seasoned bloggers.

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32) Create Or Hate: Successful People Make Things by Dan Norris

Create Or Hate by Dan Norris Roseanna Suney Book Reviews

Create or Hate is a good book, but it’s not a great book.

The book is based on the one simple principle that in order to be successful you must be constantly creating things.

What stops most people from creating and ‘putting things out there’ is the fear of failure, but in this book, this force is called Hate.

Create or Hate is designed to help you control and overcome Hate, freeing you up to nurture and grow your creative side.

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33) Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action by Simon Sinek

Start With Why by Simon Sinek Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

Simon Sinek teaches an important lesson that all business owners, marketers, and team leaders need to know.

However, the book could have been sorter and more to the point. At times it felt repetitive and a bit drawn out.

Rather than reading the book, you may also get the same value from simply watching the author’s TED Talk which covers the same principles.

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34) Zero to One: Notes on Start-Ups, or How to Build the Future by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel

Zero to One Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

There are a lot of people who are not going to get that much practical value out of this book because it is so unique.

It’s ideally suited to a small percentage of entrepreneurs (the 1% of the 1%) who have the potential, skills, creativity, drive, and determination to go from 0 to 1 – AND have a business idea that they think could change the world.

Second, it could be of use to large investors who are on the lookout for the next big thing (Facebook, Uber etc.) This book will help illustrate what qualities in a start-up they should be looking for.

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35) #AskGaryVee: One Entrepreneur’s Take on Leadership, Social Media and Self-Awareness by Gary Vaynerchuk

AskGaryVee by Gary Vaynerchuk Roseanna Sunley Book Reviews

This book has been created by re-purposing the content from the #AskGaryVee Show on YouTube.

The content is very diverse and it covers a multitude of business-related topics.

If you are an entrepreneur, then I highly recommend that you pick this book up and give it a read. I’m sure you’ll find at least once nugget or piece of information valuable.

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Other books that I have read in 2018

Aside from the books listed above, which is my own personal reading list, I do also read and review books from authors, publicists and PR companies that have got in touch with me.

…and sometimes I ‘accidentally’ sneak a few other books into my Amazon shopping cart that have caught my eye.

Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRavenmake your bed book review

A truly inspiring book. I loved every page of it and only wished that there were more.

Following on from a speech that he gave at the University of Texas, McRaven details 10 basic lessons that will encourage you to change yourself – and the world – for the better.

Click here to check out my full review.

The Impact Equation by Chris Brogan and Julien Smithimpact equation book review

This book helps to teach you how to build a brand online.

In the introduction, the authors mention that they’re not interested in likes, followers, or share counts, they’re more interested in teaching you how to build a connection with your audience.

Click here to check out my full review.

The Invisible Revolution: Join the Empowered Mumpreneurs by Nicola Huelininvisible revolution book review

This book is targeted towards mums who want to become entrepreneurs.

I have to be honest and admit that this book is not for me and that it doesn’t suit me as a person – it just doesn’t give me what I want to get out of an entrepreneurial book.

Although I do have to subjective because I understand that not everyone is like me and there are people who this book will suit perfectly.

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How to Make a Living with Your Writing: Books, Blogging and More by Joanna Pennhow ot make a living with your writing book review

This book is a little gem for anyone who is wanting to learn how to make money from their writing.

It covers not only traditional and online publishing but other ways that you can earn such as blogging, affiliate marketing, freelancing, and much more.

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DotCom Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Growing Your Company Online by Russell Brunsondot com secrets book review

Russell has done a great job of taking a complicated subject and making it easy to understand.

If you sell anything online – product, service, or software – then you need to have this book and you need to understand these principles.

I enjoyed DotCom Secrets because it is a very practical book – it gives you the tools and information that you need to get started straight away.

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The Strengths Book: Discover How to be Fulfilled in Your Work and in Life by Sally Bibbthe strengths book book review

The first thing that I noticed about this book was that it’s not really like a book at all – it’s more like a workbook.

I do think that it’s an interesting find and it’s going to be very useful to people who are trying to find out what it is that they want to do in life.

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Faster than Lightning: My Autobiography by Usain Boltusain bolt faster than lightning book review

Athletes and entrepreneurs often share the same stage, as within the athlete’s road to success you can often find some entrepreneurial and business lessons.

However, with this book, I was actually really disappointed. I don’t think that I got any of that type of value out of it.

Yes, it was interesting to know a little bit more about the sport and his story, but overall, I don’t feel as though it gave me much value compared to the time I invested in reading it.

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Single-Minded: My Life in Business by Claude Littnersingle minded book review

Claude Littner is the right-hand man of Alan Sugar and also stars in the UK TV show The Apprentice.

You can extrapolate a lot of business lessons from this book, and because it is an autobiography, I found it a lot more entertaining to read compared to a generic business book that just goes over business concepts and theories.

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haThe Happiness Track by Emma Seppälä PhDhappiness track book review

I found The Happiness Track to be very well written – it’s concise, straight to the point, it moves from concept to concept very quickly, it flows nicely, and it is backed up really well with case studies, research and evidence.

Not only do I feel as though I got a lot of value out of it, but I also enjoyed the time I spent reading it. 

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Life Leverage by Rob Moorelife leverage book review

As business owners and entrepreneurs, we know that time is our most valuable resource. We all get 24 hours in a day and our success is determined by what we do within those 24 hours.

Life Leverage shows you how to manage your time and do the right things so that you can have the greatest impact and highest output.

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Marketing: A Love Story: How to Matter to Your Customers by Bernadette Jiwamarketing a love story book review

This book has been created by re-purposing numerous blog posts from the author’s website. This is a very clever thing to do to maximize a piece of content, however, a lot of the material is regurgitated due to the fact that some of the content overlaps.

Even though I have read the book, understood it, and enjoyed it, due to the ‘bittiness’ of it caused by the many short posts, I can’t really remember any specific points that were raised. It’s very forgetful. 

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What You See Is What You Get: My Autobiography by Alan Sugaralan sugar book review

The full life story of the businessman and star of the TV series The Apprentice, Alan Sugar.

It’s his version of events with no frills and no fluff.

With over 650 pages, it’s a big read and a big time commitment, but I do think that it’s worth it. It is very entertaining, and you can learn a lot from his experiences.

Click here to see my full review.

Beautiful: A Beautiful Girl. An Evil Man. One Inspiring True Story of Courage by Katie Piperbeautiful book review

A touching true story of how Katie Piper, the victim of an acid attack, overcame such a horrific event and got her life back.

An easy-to-read book with photographic inserts.

Be prepared to be shocked, humbled, and inspired. Although this is not a business book, there are still life lessons here for all of us.

Click here to check out my full review.

Scale Up Millionaire by Gordon McAlpine

scale up millionaire book review

There is a lot to like about the Scale Up Millionaire and in the right hands this book will deliver on its promise of teaching you how to scale your business and yourself to millionaire status.

Although this book is suited to business owners and CEO’s I believe that it would also be useful to individual sales representatives, sales managers and directors, and those within a business development sales role – it’s a book that all the members of your sales team would be able to use to help them improve their performance.

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The Power of Breaking Fear by Tim S Marshall

the power of breaking fear book review

As a standard sit-down-and-read book, I would rate this book as pretty average.

However, if you read it as a breakfast book (as I describe in my full review), then this book completely comes into its own and, I believe, becomes a lot more valuable.

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Celebrity Service by Geoff Ramm

celebrity service by geoff ramm roseanna sunley book review

This book is as much about branding as it is customer service (after all, the level of service you deliver impacts your brand).

Celebrity Service is full of stories, testimonials, examples, pictures, and experiences that Geoff has had (good and bad) with various companies.

It’s these examples that you can use, learn from, and possibly implement into your own business to help improve the service and experience that your customer receives from each touchpoint that they have with your organization.

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The Marshmallow Test by Walter Mischel

the marshmallow test by walter mischel roseanna sunley book reviews

To sum this book up, I would say that it is fascinating and valuable, yet boring.

The Marshmallow Test covers the research that was done by Walter Mischel on delayed gratification.

It’s a great book for parents has a lot of interesting information in it, it’s just written in a boring manner meaning that you can easily switch off.

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Mindset by Dr. Carol S. Dwek

mindset by dr dweck roseanna sunley book reviews

This is a great book and an essential read if you are a parent or teacher.

It clearly demonstrates how the correct mindset is key to achieving our goals along with motivating our children to fulfill their own potential.

The TED Talks and YouTube videos on the subject of mindset are great, but they only scratch the surface of the subject.

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Cadence: A Tale of Fast Business Growth by Pete Williams

cadence by pete williams roseanna sunley business book reviews

This was a super easy book to review. There was no way that I was going to give it less than 10/10!

Cadence is a very valuable and entertaining read. Even better, it’s concise and straight to the point! At only 120 pages, you can read it in a few hours and get implementing straight away.

A must-read for anyone who wants to increase sales, increase profitability, and drive business growth.

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The End 

…and that bring us to the end of my reading and review list for 2018!

As you can see, there are still some books that I need to read, however, my TBR piles just keeps getting bigger and bigger! (You know the struggle is real.) But once I have read them, I will make sure to come back and update this post.

Roseanna x

P.S. Let me know if you have read any of the books on this list 🙂

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  1. Now that’s an amazing list! I’ve read 6 of the books on your list and especially loved Start With Why and The Million Dollar Blog! I hope you love them too.

    All of the others are on my list but I’m not sure exactly which ones I’ll read. Let me know which ones you like the best. I think I’ll most definitely read Deep Work, The Subtle Art if Not Giving a F*ck, and Tribe of Mentors. Let me know.

    1. I’m interested in Start With Why, but in all honesty, I’m not the biggest fan of Simon Sinek, I’m a bit indifferent towards him which makes me more curious to read his book. I’ll definitely let you know what I think of all the books and my most recommended 🙂 Thanks for the comment!

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