Three Tier Books: The One For Thought Leaders

When I read a nonfiction book it gets mentally shelved—in terms of how well it engages me from page one—as “truly dreadful,” “worthy but boring,” or “absorbing: do not disturb.” These are what I call my “three tiers.” Tier three typically is populated by self-published “go it alone” authors whose books are little more thanRead the Rest…

Are You Overlooking This Authoring Skill?

  As challenging as it might seem to first-time authors to write a book, you can simplify the process by thinking of it as just another form of project management. To show you what I mean, I selected my favorites among the 140 bite-sized insights found in THINKaha’s #Project Management Tweet, written by Himanshu Jhamb andRead the Rest…