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"Education is not filling a bucket ... but lighting a fire." — William Yeats

We're all aware that reading business and professional development books is an excellent method to 'stay on top of your game' and expand your intellectual capacity. Paradoxically, the number of people who read—even one book a year—is very small. The typical explanation for this? Time!

To counteract this dilemma (and help you with your learning), we've transcribed our handwritten notes from some of the more influential books we've read and placed them here for your review. While these notes will never replace reading the book yourself, they'll be an excellent source for the key concepts found in the book.

Here are the Learning Nuggets from some Seriously Good Books ...


The Art of Leading by Looking Ahead

Rob-Jan de Jong

If Aristotle Ran General Motors

The New Soul of Business

Tom Morris

Leadership the Hard Way

Why Leadership Can't Be Taught—and How You Can Learn it Anyway

Dov Frohman


The New Psychology of Success

Carol Dweck

The Fifth Discipline

The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization

Peter Senge

The One Thing

The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results

Gary Keller

The Power of a Positive No

Save the Deal. Save the Relationship—and Still Say No

William Ury


Get a Grip on Your Business

Gino Wickman