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SmallBizLady’s Summer Reading List 2018

As you know by now, summertime is when I catch up on my business book reading. Every year, I take a look at all the books I’ve been sent in the last six months to see what’s worth a good read. There are some gems that have been released this year in entrepreneurship, marketing, and productivity, and these picks are already making me itch to grab a cold glass of lemonade and curl up on my favorite beach to read them. Check out my Summer reading list for 2018. 1. Off The Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done by Laura Vanderkam If you feel a lot of busyness even when you’re not working on your business, this book is for you. Laura Vanderkam, a time-management expert, gives you seven counterintuitive principles you need to adhere to in order to feel like you have all the time in the world, as well as attitudes to help you remain calm even when you feel overwhelmed. 2. Boss Bride: The Powerful Woman’s Playbook for Love and Success by Charreah K. Jackson Just a few decades ago, women had to choose between having a serious relationship and their careers or a business. Now you can have both and excel. An international love and success coach, as well as Senior Editor at Essence Magazine, Charreah Jackson shares tips and strategies on how to be a powerful woman who refuses to sacrifice either her career or her love life, this book will help you have it all. 3. Attention Pays: How to Drive Profitability, Productivity and Accountability by Neen James Do you ever feel like you’re capable of more than you’re actually achieving? It might simply be a matter of knowing what to put your attention on. In this book, author Neen James helps you cut through the noise to put your focus on the right things to increase profitability, get better results, and improve your attention on the right things.   4. The Parker Principles: 10 Leadership Force Multipliers by Mel Parker Mel Parker knows a thing or two about leadership. Once an…

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