To inspire and to be inspired, to learn and to teach, to surprise and to be surprised, to broaden ones mind and to gain that sparkling new energy for our upcoming adventures in the Business LaLa Wonderland.
Based on the most photographed slide of my keynotes: the inspirational booklist, frequently asked and even more often shared. Alternating between business and inspirational motivational titles.
Books appear in random order.
‘Start with Why’ by Simon Sinek
‘Get Your Sh*t Together’ by Sarah Knight
‘How not to Plan: 66 ways to screw it up’ by Les Binet and Sarah Carter
‘Copywriting Secrets’ by Alan Sharpe
‘Eat your Greens’ by Wiemer Snijders
‘Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day’ by Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky
“The ONE Thing” by Gary Kelly and Jay Papasan
‘Let my people go surfing’ by Yvon Chouinard
‘Chasing Excellence: A Story About Building the World’s Fittest Athletes’ by Ben Bergeron
‘Life Scale’ by Brian Solis
‘Thrive’ by Arianna Huffington
‘TED Talks Storytelling: 23 Storytelling Techniques from the Best TED Talks’ by Akash Karia
‘Good Strategy, bad strategy’ by Richard P. Rumelt
“7 Times Burger King Wickedly Trolled McDonald’s, and How It’s Boosting Sales. Grilling the Golden Arches has become BK’s signature move”
“Many of our ideas have been incredibly effective at building brand love and driving business results,” Machado tells Adweek. “It’s all about the tone of the brand. Our tone is fun, lighthearted and self-deprecating. We like having fun, and we can take a joke at the same time. That in my view is a condition for you to be able to poke fun at others. We don’t do things that are mean-spirited or that can come across as bullying. Fast food is a fun occasion. And as a challenger brand, we try to be the fun brand in a fun product category.”
“We can’t help but put all of our eggs into the one platform that shows clear results,” said one retailer. But the cost of doing #business on #Facebook is #unpredictable at best, and #unsustainable at worst.”