Career & Self Development

Soundview Executive Book Summaries® publishes summaries of the best business books of each year on career and self-development subjects including business communication, time management, public speaking, motivation, goals, negotiation, work-life balance, emotional intelligence, presentation skills, decision-making and more. Browse our list of summary titles to find those that will move your career and life forward.

  • Image of Business Made Simple
    Image of Business Made Simple

    60 Days to Master Leadership, Sales, Marketing, Execution, Management, Personal Productivity and More

    by Donald Miller

    This is the must-have guide for anyone who feels lost or overwhelmed by the modern business climate, even if they attended business school.

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    Image of The Power of Reputation

    Strengthen the Asset that Will Make or Break Your Career

    by Chris Komisarjevsky

    Learn how to be authentic, open to ideas, a strong communicator, and by your actions, demonstrate that you are a person of character.

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  • Image of The Power of Professionalism
    Image of The Power of Professionalism

    The Seven Mind-Sets that Drive Performance and Build Trust

    by Bill Wiersma

    In this groundbreaking book, Wiersma outlines the seven key mind-sets of trusted professionals, offering a blueprint for both individuals and organizations interested in fostering a culture of professionalism. Professionalism is the ladder upon which all other organizational virtues rest. That's why organizations whose members view themselves as professionals will outperform, outsmart, and outlast organizations that don't.

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  • Image of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
    Image of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

    How Successful People Become Even More Successful

    by Marshall Goldsmith

    The corporate world is full of intelligent and skilled executives, but few will ever reach the top and, according to Goldsmith, subtle nuances make the difference.

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