Book reviews for the on-the-go
CYDCOR REVIEWS PROJECT
Finding the time to read and grow as a
professional businessperson isn’t the easiest
To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of books
that we find valuable, and have written up short
reviews to help you get started on seeing their
usefulness for you and your business.
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reviews of these books,
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CRITERIA FOR A REVIEW
Books we choose to review belong to one or more of the following
• Business Management
• Biographies and Autobiographies
• Leadership and Coaching
All of these book
reviews are written by
Cydcor executives or
team members. We
hope you enjoy them!
A T T I T U D E I S
E V E R Y T H I N G
B Y J E F F K E L L E R
Review by Miriam
By examining his attitude,
Jeff Keller discovered that
the key factor in happiness
is the way we look at life.
Check this book out if
you’re interested in
improving your outlook
when things get tough.
“You can’t always control circumstances.
But you can control your own thoughts.” –
Why Cydcor Leaders Recommend This Book:
Along with being an easy read, Keller does a fantastic job of examining
why attitude can affect our day-to-day life, both at work and at home. In
order to find happiness, an attitude is required that is open to new
circumstances and willing to change for the better
For a more in-depth review of
Attitude is Everything, check
out the complete Cydcor
by Michael E. Porter
To create and manage an
Michael Porter believes that
by studying strengths,
and threats, we can develop
the critical thinking that is
necessary for success.
This book is filled with real life examples of businesses that
failed or executed a strong “market signals” strategy. The
biggest or best idea may not be the best business strategy;
instead, it’s important to identify the business’s place in the
market, and stand out from the competition.
Want to read more? Check out the full
review at Cydcor Reviews.
The Good Listener:
By Hugh Mackay
LEADERSHIP AND COACHING
Everyone sees the world differently;
why don’t we take this into account
whenever we communicate?
THE GOOD LISTENER
A guide to communication within
relationships by social
researcher Hugh Mackay, The
Good Listener is an insightful
summary of why it’s difficult for
people to communicate ideas to
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