Review: Everybody Writes
Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content by Ann Handley My rating: 5 of 5 stars Writing[...]
Review: Rework
Rework by Jason Fried My rating: 5 of 5 stars I honestly don't think there was much in this book[...]
Review: To Sell Is Human
I was experimenting with listening to this book on Spotify, which was wonderful in some ways (I enjoyed having Dan[...]
Review: Superfast
Before the 20th century, no human ever experienced speed. By the end of it, it seemed we couldn’t get enough[...]
Review: Key Person of Influence
This year I've committed to reading 100 business books - my to-read pile was becoming dangerously high with so many[...]
The Extraordinary Business Book Club Summer Reading List!
The summer is a great time to catch up with some reading, but put the chick-lit and the crime thrillers[...]
100 episodes young!
*cue fanfare and firework noises* This week is the 100th episode of The Extraordinary Business Book Club! I've seen this coming[...]
The Extraordinary Business Book Newsletter No.1
So blogging every day was a fascinating experiment, but by the end I was ready for a slower-paced, more thoughtful[...]
The reinvention of storytelling
Today's blog is over at BookMachine, and was inspired by my podcast interview with Matt Locke, founder of Storythings and[...]
You see? I stop with the having-to-post-every-day thing and suddenly I don't post for a month! But here's a wonderful[...]
The Good Stuff
Yesterday I promised you a post about all the GOOD things that came out of my 365-day running streak. Yesterday[...]
The 365-day experiment
On 11 September 2016, I accidentally committed to running and blogging every day, with no end date. (You can read[...]
Surfing the (Design)Crowd
Although I had the cover for This Book Means Business designed some time ago, once I'd finished the book I[...]
Mickey and Minnie – for real
I've just discovered something that pleases me enormously. Apparently Wayne Anthony Allwine, the voice of Mickey Mouse for 32 years,[...]
Literacy – the currency of the knowledge economy
It's International Literacy Day today, as it has been every 8 September since UNESCO established it in 1965. We've come[...]
Lessons from Disney No.3: someone’s always watching
The last lesson I'm going to share with you/burden you with from our Disney experience is this: there's always someone[...]
Lessons from Disney No.2: keep moving
You'd think if any company had reached a point where it could rest on its laurels, it would be Disney.[...]
Lessons from Disney No.1: scale your ideas
I said yesterday I'd learned a few things about business in those few crazy family days at Disneyland Paris -[...]