Business Books:

Talk is going to host a recommended reading list.  If you are interested in suggesting a book for the list submit the title, author and three to six sentences as to why you think the book belongs on the list to Suzan David at  We aren’t linking these books – please go to your favorite place to purchase books to get one or all!

Navigate Selling The Way People Like To Buy by Dustin Hillis. This gives great examples of different sales approaches to four different personality types. Good insights into psychology of the sale and good sample scripts to use.

Jo Garner,

Made to Stick by Chip Heath and Dan Heath really helps you formulate promotions and messages that help people remember your message. -Jo Garner,

The E Myth Revisited ; Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About it  by Michael E. Gerber.  This book tells business owners how to systematize their businesses in order to save resources and give customers the exact same experience every time. I love this book! – Suzan David,

Develop the Leader Within 2.0 by John C. Maxwell
If you’re looking to grow as a leader or just influence those around you in a more impactful way, there is no better investment than spending time developing the leader within. The world needs leaders and influencers that are committed to being better on the inside than on the outside! Building a solid foundation in your leadership and influence skills will positively impact your ability to influence and lead others well. John C. Maxwell gives you everything you need to take a significant step in your journey. And if you do everything he suggests in the application sections at the end of each chapter, your will be amazed how much your influence, your effectiveness and your overall impact will increase in a short period of time. -Tim Flesner,