Every now and then, we could use a little help from our friends. This is one of those times.
I realize you’re busy and that it takes time to write up a review. So in return, I’d like thank you by sending one of the books from my personal library (listed below).
Once you write the review, just post a link to it on Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #EndofBusiness.
For example, “My review of #EndofBusiness is here: LINK”
@krystyl and I will be monitoring Twitter and Facebook and once we see your link, we’ll reach out to you directly to find out which book you’d like as well as where you’d like us to send it.
Here are the links…
Thank you for your time and help!
Choose a book
If it’s listed below…it’s still available
The Start-up of YOU - Reid Hoffman
The Loyalty Leap, Turning customer information into customer intimacy - Bryan Pearson
Love Works - seven timeless principles for effective leaders - Joel Manby
Happy Customers Everywhere - Bernd Schmitt
The Power of Habit, why we do what we do and how to change it - Charles Duhigg
Google+ for Dummies - Jesse Stay
Making News in the Digital Era - David Henderson
Social Marketing for Dummies - Shiv Singh, Stephanie Diamond
The Thank You Economy - Gary Vaynerchuk
Delivering Happiness - Tony Hsieh
The Zen of Steve Jobs - Forbes, JESS3
Likeable Social Media - Dave Kerpen
Life Kerning, Creative ways to fine tune your perspective on career and life - Justin Ahrens
Read This Before Our Next Meeting - Al Pittampalli
B - A poem by Sarah Kay
The Internet of Elsewhere, The emergent effects of a wired world - Cyrus Farivar
Crucial Conversations, tools for talking when stakes are high - Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler
Making Rumours, The inside story of the classic Fleetwood Mac album - Ken Caillat with Steven Stiefel
Sharkonomics, how to attack market leaders - Stefan Engeseth
We are All Weird - Seth Godin
Crush It, cash in on your passion - Gary Vaynerchuk
Facebook Application Development for Dummies - Jesse Stay
The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web - Tamar Weinberg
The Face-to-Face Book, why real relationships rule in a digital marketplace - Ed Keller and Brad Fay