I read a select few business management books, and this one was certainly a change from the norm. I absolutely loved the humor! It was right on point with poking fun at the methods currently out there.
This framework helps any novice online business owner to quickly become acquainted with marketing ideas that top successful online businesses seemed to have mastered.
This book has so much to offer to figure out how to use digital technology successfully for a business.
The insights offered into the psychology of consumers and their journey when making a purchase are particularly useful.
A must-read for business owners or anyone just wanting to learn cyber stuff and how it works.
In the noise of the digital space this pinpoints what business leaders need to be paying attention to – I FEEL MORE PRODUCTIVE ALREADY!
It is a must-read for anyone that is serious about reaching their audience or customer.
I was tired of playing catchup, so I bought this book and it really made a difference in my work performance. Very impressed.
I must say, this book is not only practical and chock full of digital wisdom, it is also highly inspiring and clears your mind to focus on the nitty-gritties of the digital revolution.
You want a secret weapon? Use Mr. Wood’s “Think Digital Leadership Wheel” to check your own company. You may be working for the wrong company!
By the time I was done, I knew the direction I needed to take with my own efforts in branding, messaging, and making content for my target audience. Some great examples throw in as well.
Clever, insightful and laugh out loud funny. It eerily mirrors many aspects of the Trump Administration.
A no-nonsense corrective to some of the woolly-minded, over-optimistic, orthodox wisdom of business & management gurus.
The wisdom of Sun Tzu, but more engaging with its modern wit and unique take on business culture.
In the present political climate in the United States, this reads almost like the biography of Trump’s rules of dictatorship.
Most books teach you to keep quiet, follow the heard and climb the ladder. This book is the opposite. It teaches you to be a leader’s leader.
I found myself laughing so hard at this ‘management’ book packed so full of truth bombs that I nearly fell off my chair