book review

Favorite Books From 2016

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If you’re looking to 2017 and need ideas for new year’s resolutions, I post ten career-related resolutions in my Forbes column. One of these encourages more reading. I read 36 books in 2016. Some were books I already read but wanted to review – they’re that good. I read only three fiction books, and I [...]

Recommended Reading: 5 Leadership Books I Love

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Leading virtually (e.g., Skype, Instant Message) is one example of how leadership has changed for this generation. This is one of the insights in my Forbes Leadership post on Millennials and leadership, where I interviewed NY Times best-selling author Lindsey Pollak. http://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecenizalevine/2014/10/29/leadership-for-the-millennial-generation-an-interview-with-lindsey-pollak/ Pollak is the author of Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next [...]

7 Reasons Why All Employees Need To Be ‘Suitcase Entrepreneurs’ – Forbes

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This post originally appears in my Work In Progress blog for Forbes.com: I was excited to read Natalie Sisson’s new Amazon bestseller, The Suitcase Entrepreneur: Create freedom in business and adventure in life, which outlines her best strategies, tips and hacks on building a location-independent business. Sisson is a fellow Forbes contributor and writes exhaustively [...]

How To Avoid The Entrepreneur’s Trap (Even As An Employee)

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I see too many entrepreneurs working way too hard. Working evenings and weekends, never taking time off or having a real vacation….Their operations, systems and team – all essential for their growth – are either lacking or just patched together… which leaves them in a place of chaos and overwhelm. They are trying to hold [...]