Coming for the June 3 First Friday Book Synopsis – Park City Club and Zoom– CEO Excellence by Dewar, Keller, & Malhotra; and Brief by Joseph McCormack

In our 25th YEAR of the First Friday Book Synopsis  First Friday Book Synopses Friday, June 3, 2022 7:00 am, (Central Time) Randy Mayeux provides thorough synopses of the content of useful, best-selling business books. He provides a comprehensive, multi-page synopsis handout, that concludes with his own lessons and takeaways from each book he presents. “I love good Read More

Here is the May, 2022 New York Times List of Best-selling Business Books – Yes, Atomic Habits by James Clear is again/still at the #1 spot

Here is the May, 2022 New York Times List of Best-selling Business Books – Yes, Atomic Habits by James Clear is again/still at the #1 spot. Yes, Atomic Habits by James Clear is still/again/seemingly always at the #1 spot on the New York Times list of best-selling business books.  I really have never seen anything Read More

Download the two Synopses Handouts for the Friday, May 6, 2022 First Friday Book Synopsis (over Zoom) — Imaginable by Jane McGonigal and Competing in the NEW World of Work by Keith Ferrazzi

In our 25th year! You are invitedFirst Friday Book Synopsis,Friday, May 6, 2022, 7:25 am (Central Time), on Zoom.I hope you can join us! Meeting On Zoom Well over 100 people (in our combined in-person and Zoom participants) have been joining us for our First Friday Book Synopsis gatherings. We have had participants from all over the country. Please share Read More

Tomorrow will be different than yesterday – the May 6 First Friday Book Synopsis will help you get ready

If you think that tomorrow will be just like yesterday and today, then skip this. But, if you think that tomorrow will be different than yesterday and today, then I have a strong recommendation:  attend the May 6 First Friday Book Synopsis. — (In-person, or Zoom in). Both books that I have selected present tangible lessons Read More

Radical Adaptability is a Modern Moment Survival Skill — Insight from Keith Ferrazzi (and his co-authors)

Adaptation happens to be the one thing that human beings do better than any other animal on the planet. We’re not the biggest, we’re not the fastest, and we don’t have the sharpest teeth or the strongest claws, yet we are the dominant species on earth, thanks to our extreme and relentless adaptability to change. Read More

The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee – Here are my five lessons and takeaways

On June 21, two hundred white residents surrounded the pool with “bats, clubs, bricks and knives” to menace the first thirty or so black swimmers. Over the course of the day, a white mob that grew to five thousand attacked every black person in sight around the Fairground Park. On the first day of integrated Read More