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Your Business Bookshelf

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​Pick your poison!



Thought Leaders

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​Money Mindset Books

Get Rich Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas

What a book!  If you want to change your money mindset with actionable tasks, you'll love this.

If you're into manifestation, this complements it perfectly.  But even if you're not, this book will sort you out!

The most insightful thing is her deep-dive into 'blockers' -  mindsets we're surrounded by that limit our beliefs.  Importantly, she teaches us how to unblock them to welcome money without burning out.

PS. Despite the title, it isn't just for women!

​Handbooks To Dip In & Out Of

The Copywriter's Handbook by Robert W Bly

A go-to if you want to know how to write content that has the exact impact you want.  Accompanied by tonnes of examples, you'll want this within hand's reach at all times!

Virtually all of my clients have bought this!  

This is a go-to to write content in a way that is digestable, connects with your reader and has impact.  When you write for social media, to sell, for your website etc. you have to break the rules we're used to!  Seriously, buy this.  Packed full of examples, you can flick through and quickly get inspired.  Tip: go for the hard copy so you can bookmark pages.

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

A thought-provoking book for people who want actionable and realistic ways to achieve what they want in life and business.

Do a little bit every day and the results will build.  

The concept isn't new BUT as business owners, we wait for the big results.

We often forget that big results are made up of smaller steps.  Hardy's deep-dive has helped me save money, lose weight and make big things happen for my business, faster, and more importantly, sustainably.  

​Thought Leadership

E-Myth Revisited by Michael E Gerber

A classic book that ALL business owners should read.

Gerber walks us through the different phases of a business and how to transition between them.  One of my biggest takeaways from this book was to make your business 'franchise-able' as much as possible.

It's something I've implemented and has directly led to business growth and efficiency.

If you don't read anything else for your business, read this!

Blink by Malcolm Gladwell

A fascinating read for people who want to tune into their gut instinct and develop advanced communication techniques.  A true game-changer.

This changed my life!  

Gladwell grips you from page 1 by honing in on the power of your gut instinct.  He elaborates into social experiments that demonstrate the impact language can have with communication.  Just through his book, I've transformed reluctant students into keen ones, and made better business decisions.

The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier

When we listen, how often do we really listen?  This eye-opening book is ideal for educators and coaches who want to inspire particular behaviour and actions from clients.

"Say Less.  Ask More & Change The Way You Lead Forever"

Although this book is marketed at leaders, it's invaluable for communication techniques that get the most out of people, makes you really listen and stop going into advice-mode.