Will Roney

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Book Review – Go Do! by Jeremy Harbour

In Non-Fiction Writing on September 12, 2012 at 21:20

Go Do!: For People Who Have Always Wanted to Start a Business

 

How do you get started with something as big as building a business? I mean, the more you think about it the more terrifying it seems. There are people that say you should break it down into manageable lumps, so that you don’t get over-awed by the task ahead. But then you might not finish this list of jobs, and you’ll never become that business-owner that you’ve set your vision on. Read the rest of this entry »

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Book Review – Advocates and Enemies by Colin Gautrey

In Non-Fiction Writing on September 11, 2012 at 10:50

Advocates & Enemies: How to Build Practical Strategies to Influence Your Stakeholders

The world that we live in is a smorgasbord of communication delights. We can converse with people all around the world in a variety of different ways, in real or snail-mail time. It is verging on a utopian dream where everyone is connected and contactable. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Stop Talking Start Doing by Shaa Wasmund

In Non-Fiction Writing on February 4, 2012 at 15:30

Stop Talking, Start Doing: : A Kick in the Pants in Six Parts

There are plenty of books telling you how to start a business. All have their particular unique selling points, but the assumption that they all make is that you as a prospective business owner possess certain qualities. You are expected to be positive and motivated, which is not possible all of the time. Sometimes a new entrepreneur feels sluggish and demotivated; not sure about what direction to take next. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – How to prosper without being top of the class by Cynthia Kocialski

In Non-Fiction Writing on January 28, 2012 at 16:35
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The story goes that Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister and wartime leader rose to the top despite having no formal qualifications at all. This was not a good move on my part when talking to my parents about what I wanted to do with my life and how school didn’t matter. It was a good line nevertheless, but it failed to recognise that his family had money and connections that no doubt assisted him on his way. But it doesn’t account for the fact that there was a time prior to 1940, when he became Prime Minister, that he was a nobody politically. He’d been to war himself, but his overall perception was that of someone who wasn’t likely to achieve the highest office in the land. That he did, is almost as amazing as the subsequent story of his career and his inspirational lead of Britain during some of its darkest days. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Play Your Brain by Annette Prehn and Kjeld Fredens

In Non-Fiction Writing on December 16, 2011 at 12:26

In the perpetual struggle between the Head and the Heart, there has always been a challenge in making the two combine. You have the cold, clinical, analytical Head against the warm, fuzzy and imprecise Heart. Music has often been seen as a bridge to the two, combining the scientific study of frequencies, harmonics and chords, with the ephemeral beauty of a piece of music that enables you to say what you want in a form that you can’t understand. Read the rest of this entry »