- The Domino Project: Designed for organizations big and small, the ideas in The Domino Project will change things for the better.
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It's definitely a quick read if you want to get through the whole book in one sitting.
And most of the passages lacked insight, or were carelessly thrown together, or were purely theoretical with no evidence that this is what worked.
I find that it's not something you get once, but instead I need to keep feeding myself good advice.
did this first as a book on CD, many driveway moments. had to buy and share the book. Read it again before I gave it awayPublished 20 hours ago by Howard Spencer
Great book to start the new year. No need to wait to make resolutions just get started doing the good workPublished 11 months ago by kp
The Big Moo is a collection that could be used as a day calendar, or read at one sitting. I am seeing various uses for it after reading it one time.Published 15 months ago by Tom Mills
This book was not nearly as good as Purple Cow. Luckily I got it dirt cheap. I would recommend borrowing from a friend or your local public library.Published 17 months ago by Andrew J. Bronson
Fast & clean! I love the book and i'll certainly come back to your shop! Thanks again my friend! J.sPublished 21 months ago by Jakub Sz
Mindset is so important for entrepreneurs. I find that it's not something you get once, but instead I need to keep feeding myself good advice. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Susan Gregory
Inspirational, irreverent, insidious and irresistible, this is a very big moo in a very slim volume. Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by Rob Fitzgibbon
This book is terrible. Sure, there is some decent advice. "Look at me, I'm so quirky and innovative!"
That's the basic idea behind the book. Read more
This book was written by Seth Godin and thirty-two of the world's greatest thinkers. "The Group of 33," as they call themselves, has written a book that is both informative and... Read morePublished on April 18, 2012 by Chad Thiele