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With so many new business books and titles published each year, where do C-Suite business leaders begin to find which ones are worth the read? Best Seller Podcast sits down with the authors of the world's leading business books to get it straight from the source as to what makes their books stand out from the crowd. Learn how the business books featured here can help business owners and executives and why you should go out to buy them today.

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With so many new business books and titles published each year, where do C-Suite business leaders begin to find which ones are worth the read? Best Seller Podcast sits down with the authors of the world's leading business books to get it straight from the source as to what makes their books stand out from the crowd. Learn how the business books featured here can help business owners and executives and why you should go out to buy them today.

    The Future of Men: Masculinity by Jack Myers

    The Future of Men: Masculinity by Jack Myers

    Jack Myers, author of The Future of Men: Masculinity in the 21st Century, Men on Trial, talks about the challenges men are facing as a result of bad behavior by men in positions of power. Myers says that young men are “confused, conflicted, and confronted by the shift” because, as members of Gen Z, they consider themselves to be feminists. Having been raised in homes where women are equal, they still see distorted images in the media relating to women. Readers can take away how the next generation of men can learn to become better fathers, husbands, friends, and colleagues as the book presents solutions about giving men “better role models.”
    Watch the video: https://c-suitenetwork.com/tv/video/jack-myers-future-men/
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    • 23 min
    The Seven Laws of Guaranteed Growth: BITSING: The World’s First Business Management Model that Guarantees Success with Frans de Groot

    The Seven Laws of Guaranteed Growth: BITSING: The World’s First Business Management Model that Guarantees Success with Frans de Groot

    Frans de Groot, author of The Seven Laws of Guaranteed Growth: BITSING: The World’s First Business Management Model that Guarantees Success, talks about a management model he created that seamlessly helps people reach their goals – personally or professionally. The book is about profitability, growth, and for anyone looking to increase their bottom line results. de Groot is a strong believer in the power of communications and how it is capable of making or breaking things. He reveals his ‘secret sauce’ by defining “BITSING” and the big companies who have used his methodology to increase their profits and margins.
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    • 20 min
    The Crucible’s Gift: 5 Lessons from Authentic Leaders who Thrive in Adversity by Dr. James Kelley

    The Crucible’s Gift: 5 Lessons from Authentic Leaders who Thrive in Adversity by Dr. James Kelley

    Dr. James Kelley, author of The Crucible’s Gift: 5 Lessons from Authentic Leaders who Thrive in Adversity, defines ‘crucible’ as micromoments — “small moments that create meaning,” positive or negative. Kelley says each crucible is an opportunity to learn about who we are because knowing who we are as people helps us get out of our own way and thrive. Knowing who people are is crucial because, he says, “I don’t care what you do. I care who you are because who you are defines what you do.” Kelley wrote the book for aspiring managers who want to move to the next level and for leaders at the top who aren’t as self-aware as they should be or aware of their weaknesses.
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    • 19 min
    Volatile State: Iran in the Nuclear Age by Dr. David Oualaalou

    Volatile State: Iran in the Nuclear Age by Dr. David Oualaalou

    Dr. David Oualaalou, author of Volatile State: Iran in the Nuclear Age, wrote the book to help business leaders understand the current geopolitical climate in Iran after the lifting of sanctions. He adds that the business community needs to understand the landscape in the region before they can engage in any economic ventures. Despite the current administration’s stance on the nuclear deal with Iran, Oualaalou warns that we need to be careful with the rhetoric used as “words tend to turn to policy when it comes to international relations.”
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    • 18 min
    The Essential Sales Guide for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

    The Essential Sales Guide for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

    Beverly Flaxington, author of The Essential Sales Guide for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners, wrote the book because of her interest, from a human behavior perspective, on what holds people back, why some succeed, and why some don’t. Flaxington says the book reflects on a common theme: the misconception that the sales process is always about talking when, in fact, it’s about listening and understanding people. Listening, she says, is paramount in order to know what you need to say because if you’re not listening, you don’t know what you should be talking about with potential customers.
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    • 20 min
    Peernovation by Leo Bottary

    Peernovation by Leo Bottary

    Leo Bottary, author of Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High Performing Teams, discovered the concept of group learning during graduate school. While in a room with mid-to-senior level executives, he realized everyone had amassed a wealth of knowledge that was there for the taking. That scenario became a catapult for the power of collective learning, writing several books about the importance of peers, and even starting a podcast.
    Peers, he says, are important to assess and develop high-performing teams within any organization and he discusses the 5 factors that are common to that type of team. Bottary says that “the five factors are a framework, not a prescription” and advises that every leader should know their organizations better and identify what will work well within their culture. As a sports fan, Bottary cites an example of knowing what works for the organization by mentioning the famed head coach of the University of Connecticut’s women’s basketball team, Geno Auriemma. As one of the most successful sports programs in the country, men’s or women’s, Coach Auriemma credits the team’s success with finding those players who are great teammates, not just talented, and creating a culture of accountability.
    The same principle should apply to corporations everywhere. Every organization needs to determine what the “it” factor is and what creates success. Bottary encourages leaders struggling to find the “it” factor to use their biggest asset: current team members. Once they ask their teams, Bottary says, leaders experience one of the biggest learning moments as a result.
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    • 20 min

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