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Posted on 09 April 2010 by Phillipa Mitchell

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9 Comments For This Post

  1. Phillipa Mitchell Says:

    I am listening to the audio book “The E-Myth Revisited” by Michael Gerber. Every person who has their own business- no matter how small or how large – should read this book.

    I always thought that the book had something to do with e-commerce because of the “E” in “E-Myth”, but upon reading the book I realised that the “E” stands for “Entrepreneur”. The book is all about the myths surrounding what is really involved when you start your own business, and the pitfalls that every entrepreneur is going to encounter if they don’t set their business up with the correct structures from day zero.

    Every business can learn from the author’s pearls of wisdom and make the changes they need within their business – so that they have the time to work ON their business. A fabulous read and highly recommended.

  2. Carol Corbett Says:

    I’m reading ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND: STICKFIGURATIVELY SPEAKING by Jamison Odone. The stick figure illustrations rock and bring a brand new feel to this classic. I’m really excited to see the movie!

  3. Neel Says:

    Finished Part of the Pride – My Life among the Big cats of Africa, Afrika – Dispatches from the Outside Edge and Cooked in Africa over the Christmas holidays.

    Am currently busy with The Snowball – Warren Buffet and the Business of Life and Warren Buffet’s Management Secrets

  4. Angelique Says:

    I have just completed Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers and am now busy with Business Stripped Bare – Adventures of Global Entrepeneur (Richard Branson)

  5. Marwaan Beck Says:

    Finally got round to reading the Twilight saga - reaffirms my view that the books are ALWAYS better to read than the movies – they left so much out in the movie. Stephanie Meyer just brings the characters to life and gives a whole different picture and feel to that of the movies.

    Also reading “Treasured Writings of Kahlil Gibran” excellent….and of course still getting through “The Discourses of Rumi” seriously heavy reading but the philosophies still apply even in this day and age and comforts me that wisdom can still be found in the most obscure places in this insane world.

  6. glinstergogga Says:

    I have started Third Degree by Greg Iles, after finishing Sisters by Danielle Steel.

  7. Roane Says:

    I’m actually trying to get through Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkein. I only say trying because I find myself without enough time in the day, or over weekends! Perhaps I’ll be able to concentrate on it this weekend! :)

  8. Cindy Says:

    In the last two weeks I have reread the whole Twilight saga, read all the House of Night books and currently reading The Host, also by Stephenie Meyer, so far so good.

  9. paige Says:

    I’m going through a Jim Crace stage. Reading everything by him that I can get my hands on. What a genius. Just finished Genesis, and just started Signals of Distress. I should probably stagger him and read something in between, but I can’t help myself.

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