August 2017 Indie Business Book Club: The 5 Second Rule

To join the free Indie Business Book Club, click here. I am pleased to announce the August 2017 Indie Business Book Club pick: The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage, by Mel Robbins. If you're not familiar with the Indie Business Book Club, you can click here for more information. We start reading the book together on Monday, August 7. Click here … [Read more...]

Book Review: Live Your Best Day Ever

To join the free Indie Business Book Club, click here. For the July 2017 edition of the Indie Business Book Club, we read Live Your Best Day Ever: Thirty-Five Strategies For Daily Success by Anne-Marie Faiola. The book is a rundown of 35 succinct strategies you can use to improve your life, or, as the author would say, "live your best day ever -- every day." Many of you know Anne-Marie … [Read more...]

July 2017 Indie Business Book Club: Live Your Best Day Ever

To join the free Indie Business Book Club, click here. I am pleased to announce the July 2017 Indie Business Book Club pick: Live Your Best Day Ever, by Anne-Marie Faiola. In case you did not know, Anne-Marie Faiola is a member of the Indie Business Network through her Bramble Berry soapmaking supply business. She has also been a speaker on Indie Cruise, my annual Caribbean retreat for Makers … [Read more...]

Book Review: The Introvert Entrepreneur

To join the free Indie Business Book Club, click here. For the June 2017 edition of the Indie Business Book Club, we read The Introvert Entrepreneur by Beth Buelow, PCC. While the book is aimed at introverts, it is also a great book for any small business owner, solopreneurs in particular, who wants to improve their marketing, collaboration, and networking strategies. If you're not familiar … [Read more...]

Book Review: Blue Ocean Strategy

To join the free Indie Business Book Club, click here. This month, we read Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne in the Indie Business Book Club. While the book is aimed primarily at large, traditional businesses, our book club members managed to scale some of the advice to fit our needs. Before I get to the review, let me just encourage you not to automatically dismiss … [Read more...]