The books on this list are focused on helping you improve your business strategy and build great relationships with both your colleagues and your clients. So put the kettle on and start reading!
The Millionaire Real Estate Agent not only helps you plot out your course to your first million, but what to do once that goal is achieved.
Gary Keller's book describes what's the market shift, how you should react and 12 tactics you can use to negotiate your way through the turmoil.
This book takes a look at dozens of locations around Toronto that have been used in specific films in the form of mini essays.
It's a definite read about how Howard Schultz turned around the company that was headed in the wrong direction.
The Go Giver is one of the JKT's favorite office reads in awhile! Its more of a parable than is a business help book. We loved it!
This memoir had my jaw on the ground for about 80% of the book. I highly recommend this book. Its a good quick read and unforgettable!
We help you determine the level of trust in your current relationships and show you how to be more worthy of trust!
The nirvana for British book lovers is inconspicuously located at 45 Front Street East with a British country-house library design.
I loved this book and strongly feel that it’s a must read for anyone who owns a dog! I will never look at my dog the same way again.
Overall, it's a really interesting read, but unless you are interested in starting your own business, there really is no point in reading it.
This is the second book by Audrey Niffenegger, the bestselling author of "The Time Traveler's Wife".
I absolutely loved this book. It is more of a cottage read than a book club read, and utterly delicious in its action and suspense.
If you need help identifying your key results areas, a bit on goal setting, concentration, focus, then this might be right up your alley.
This book review is a bit of a spoiler as it gives some examples of the author's most amazing stories of how some people become successful.
As a former high school student in a Canadian Boarding school, I truly identified with the midnight capers and loneliness that plague the characters.
This book is not as predictable as you might expect. The characters are rich in their development and the story is laugh-out-loud funny!
It's a riveting and inspiring read not just for cycling fans, but anyone who loves to see the underdog triumph.
It is written in a fable – and a really nice easy read – story like, and enjoyable, rather than some dryer type business books.
I first read this book many years ago when I first got into business in 1992. Since then many of the important points have stayed with me.
This book cannot be digested in just one reading. You will appreciate re-visiting this book and use it as a reference throughout your life.