The beginning of September marks a turning point. We are launched into autumn and back to school after a long and very warm summer. If you are struggling to get back into the rhythm of work these books will give you the kickstart and inspiration you need to succeed.
The Inspiratorium by Anthony ‘Tas’ Tasgal
This book is great to get your creative juices flowing. If you are a creative stuck in a rut and need some help getting your flow back, The Inspiratorium is perfect.
Richard Swaab, Deputy Chairman of AMV BBDO Agence, gave the book a glowing review.
“Take a wander through this eclectic and endlessly, ridiculously fascinat9ig labyrinth of ideas and brain-food. I promise you will come away equal parts amused, bemused and thought-provoked.”
The Inspiratorium is available to buy here.
Listen to Antony Tasgal’s interview of LID Radio podcast talking about the book.
Positive Nutrition by Kate Cook
If you need to reboot your productivity, energy, and wellbeing, Kate Cook’s latest book Positive Nutrition is a great starting point. This book is an educational tool with a sense of humour and down to earth approach. It explains what your body really needs, from balanced blood sugar levels to insulin, so that you can strategically eat. This improves your happiness and wellbeing, as well as your productivity and energy levels. Make September a fresh start with Positive Nutrition.
Positive Nutrition is available to buy here.
Listen to Kate Cook’s interview on LID Radio podcast talking about her book.
The Salesperson’s Secret Code by Ian Mills, Mark Ridley and Tim Chapman
This book is for any sales professional who wants to learn the secrets of successful selling. It is based on 20,000 hours of comparative analyses across the spectrum of performance and interviews with some of the world’s most iconic salespeople. The inspirational book presents the most rigorous global evaluation of how salespeople behave and how they are driven. In doing so, they reveal the secret code behind consistent, high-level success in sales.
The Salesperson’s Secret Code is available to buy here.
The Attitude Book by Simon Tyler
Discover how your attitude filters your approach and affects your stance, your reactions and your words. This book will enable you to tune into and turn your attitude around.
Dan Wilkinson, Transition Lead at Lloyds Banking Group reviewed the book:
“Simon’s ability to provoke a mindset and attitude shift in me has enabled me to choose who I will be every day ad not what others would choose. Enjoying what I do every day has resulted in others waning to get on the bandwagon too. Thank you, Simon”
The Attitude Book is available to buy here.
Listen to Simon’s interview on LID Radio Podcast where he speaks about the book.
The Art and Craft of PR by Sandra Stahl
This book is the PR professional’s manual for creating that specific type of mindset and building the necessary skills to meet today’s communications challenges, which include mastery of the fundamentals, cultivating unbridled curiosity and creativity, the art of listening, and never losing sight of business objectives.
Listen to Sandra’s interview on LID Radio podcast to hear more about the book.
The Art and Craft of PR is available to buy here.
Wake Up and Smell the Coffee by Simon Mac Rory
Are you a manager or team leader? If so, Simon’s new book gives the informative foundations of collaboration and teamwork. It puts the imperative of teams in context and is a call to action. It lays out the strengths, weaknesses and challenges for the basic team types, and provides a guide for leaders and members on how to drive team effectiveness for themselves.
Neil Ratcliffe, Director of Global People Team at McDonalds Restaurants Ltd praised the book:
“A no-nonsense, practical, go-to reference guide on the essentials of creatig the team-based organization of the future.”
Wake Up and Smell the Coffee is available to buy here.
Listen to Simon’s interview on LID Radio podcast where he discusses the book’s main themes.
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