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Best Business Book Reviews By Paul Simister

Below you will see in reverse chronological order (the most recent first), the best of the business books I’ve read and reviewed.

The first thing you’ll notice when you click through is that they are all ranked with Four or Five Stars. This doesn’t mean I’m a nice, kind reviewer. Far from it in fact but I’m only bringing you the best of the business books.

You’ll see my name attached to three stars and two stars books on Amazon.co.uk and occasionally I’ll think a book is so bad that it’s worthy of one star humiliation.

The second thing you’ll notice if you scan through enough pages, is that there are far more Four Stars reviews than books worthy of Five Stars. The truth is that it’s much easier to be Good than to be Excellent.

You can just see the Five Stars Business Books.

The third thing you’ll notice is that my interests are wide ranging. I have split the books into smaller categories using tags and I’ll add links that let you jump straight to the particular type of business book you’re after.

I suggest to you that using these tags make it much easier to find the book(s) you want unless you fall on the right place through Google.

Business Books For WomenBusiness NovelsBusiness PlanningBusiness Start-UpBusiness StrategyBusiness TurnaroundCoachingCopywritingCustomer ServiceDifferentiation StrategyEconomicsEnergy & EnvironmentalFinanceGetting UnstuckInner GameInternet MarketingInvestmentKPI & Performance MeasurementLeading Your TeamMarketingMarketing PsychologyPersuasionPricingProfit ImprovementProject ManagementRecessionRetail BusinessSales TrainingSocial MediaSpecific Niche MarketSystemsTheory Of ConstraintsThinking – Understanding Buyers

I also have links by pages after this first one – page 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10. 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. 30, 31, 32, 33,

The Architecture of Persuasion by Michael Masterson

Viable Vision by Gerald Kendall

Get Out of Your Rut Now by Willem Gous

Radical Focus by Christina Wodtke

Corporate Turnaround by Michael Teng

Offensive Marketing by Hugh Davidson