I've just finished a fascinating read: 'The Art of Thinking Clearly' written by Rolf Dobelli. It covers 99 thinking shortcuts (biases, fallacies and illusions) that pose a threat to your decision-making. In this post, I share the key points that stood out to me and explain why this is a must-read for all professionals who want to make more conscious decisions.
Yay! My first real book is finally published! In this final book update post, I talk about the final weeks leading to launch, how I'm going to celebrate, and what I'm going to do next.
In this book update, I finally share the title of the book and its launch date! I also touch on the intimidating final steps in preparation of selling a book and what motivated me to work through the intimidation anyway.
Whoop! I've finished the first draft of my book! In this post, I talk about the last hurdles I had to jump, how formatting the manuscript is a lot more faffy than applying Arial 12pt to all text, and a hint of when to expect the book to hit the shelves.
With 21,000 words fired out and seven chapters in the bag, I've just gone over the half-way mark. In this post I talk about what this has taught me as a writer and what's going to happen in the second half of the book.
In this update, I talk about the new exciting step in the writing process (spoiler: I’m actually writing!) and my thoughts on coming up with a title for the book.
In my new book update, I talk about where I'm at in the process of putting my book together, and how it's unexpectedly taken a new direction and grown into something bigger!
Book update! In this first book update, I share how I've got on with the first steps of putting together my book on career management.
In this post, I share a link to a book review I've just written on HR Zone for 'Mind Flip' by Zena Everett. The book promises to be 'The new manual for career shifters and job seekers'. But did it live up to it's promise?...
Books are usually cheaper than courses but is this the only reason to choose them over courses to expand your knowledge? Or are the additional benefits of a course proportionate to the increase in cost?