Glen's Recommendations

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Here's 13 other books that didn't quite make Glen's top ten, but are definitely worth the mention.

11. The One Minute Entrepreneur

A quick easy way to help you understand your role as a business owner.

12. It's Not the Big that Eat the Small... It's the FAST that Eat the Slow!

The title says it all. Quick, nimble businesses do better.

13. The Millionaire Next Door - William D. Danko, Thomas J. Stanley

A story of 100 millionaires and how they became wealthy. A bit text booky to read but worth the effort.

14. Who Moved My Cheese? Dr Spencer Johnson

A great read for businesses undergoing change.

15. Keeping Farming in the Family - Ian Blackman

A NZ outlook for succession for farmers.

16. The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Living on A Budget

Tools to help you live within your means. The first step in wealth creation.

17. Maverick - Ricardo Semler.

An alternative view on how to run a successful business. Great reading and some very interesting insights, especially around managing a team.

18. Nuts! - Kevin and Jackie Freiberg

The story of Southwest Airlines, valuable insights into growing a business and a fun book to read.

19. The Tipping Point - Malcolm Gladwell

Extremely useful. This story is about why things happen when they do. Malcolm Gladwell is a fantastic author, all of his books are worth reading.

20. Freakonomics - Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner

Another incredibly interesting book about why things happen in the world.

21. Getting a Grip on Time - Robyn Pearce

Simple tips and tricks to manage your time better, Robyn is Auckland based so this book is relevant to you.

22. The One Minute Manager - Kenneth H. Blanchard, Spencer Johnson

Take the first step in managing staff effectively. All of the One Minute books are simple, educating and very well written.

23. Whale Done! The Power of Positive Relationships - Ken Blanchard

Another powerful story about praising staff and getting the best out of your team.