A Love Affair with Books 2007

This Month, Joyful Jubilant Learning presents A Love Affair with Books 2007.  Every day, a guest author will be posting his or her review on a book – new or old, business or not etc.

There are some great people involved, myself included, and there are going to be some AWESOME reviews.  Check out the line up:

3/1 Made to Stick, written by Chip and Dan Heath – Reviewed by Tim Milburn – (review already up here)

3/2: Setting the Table, written by Danny Meyer – Reviewed by Rosa Say

3/3: GRUB, written by Anna Lappe and Bryant Terry – Reviewed by Mary Hunt

3/4: Love is the Killer App, written by Tim Sanders – Reviewed by Benjamin Bach

3/5: Authentic Leadership, written by Bill George – Reviewed by Dean Boyer

3/6: Two Weeks to a Breakthrough: How to Zoom Toward Your Goal in 14 Days or Less, written by Lisa Haneberg – Reviewed by Dwayne Melancon

3/7: Do Less, Achieve More, written by Chin-Ning Chu – Reviewed by Karen Wallace

3/8: Your Brain on Music, written by Daniel Levitin – Reviewed by Steve Sherlock

3/9: The Zen of Groups, A Handbook for People Meeting With a Purpose, written by Dale Hunter, Anne Bailey and Bill Taylor – Reviewed by Lisa Haneberg

3/10: The Omnivore’s Dilemma, written by Michael Pollan – Reviewed by Bren Connelly

3/12: Wherever You Go There You Are, written by Jon Kabat-Zinn – Reviewed by Chris Owen

3/13: Move Closer Stay Longer, written by Dr. Stephanie Burns – Reviewed by Beth Robinson

3/14: Leaders’ Playbook, How to Apply Emotional Intelligence: Keys to Great Leadership, written by Reldan Nadler – Reviewed by Wayne Hurlbert

3/15: The Sundering, Banewreaker and Godslayer, a two-volume work written by Jacqueline Carey – Reviewed by EM Sky

3/16: The Audacity of Hope by Barack Obama – Reviewed by Nneka

3/17: Citizen Marketers by Ben McConnell and Jackie Huba – Reviewed by Phil Gerbyshak

3/19: How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less, written by Nicholas Boothman – Reviewed by John Richardson

3/20: Seeing David in the Stone, written by James B. Swartz and Joseph E. Swartz – Reviewed by Terry Starbucker

3/21: The Difference Maker, written by John C. Maxwell – Reviewed by Tim Draayer

3/22: Oh the Places You’ll Go!, written by Dr. Seuss – Reviewed by Dave Rothacker

3/27: StrengthsFinder 2.0, written by Tom Rath – Reviewed by David Zinger

3/28: One, written by Lance Secretan – Reviewed by Greg Balanko-Dickson

3/29: Think and Grow Rich, written by Napoleon Hill and newly edited by Ross Cornwell – Reviewed by Carolyn Manning

3/31: Go Put Your Strengths to Work, written by Marcus Buckingham – Reviewed by Blaine Collins

Benjamin Bach is a Sales Representative with Keller Williams Golden Triangle Realty in Kitchener Waterloo. He is passionate about building wealth for his clients, and loves nothing more than to help people start building equity and get on the road to financial freedom and abundance. He wakes up each morning excited to fulfill his mission of building wealth for his clients through comprehensive Real Estate investment planning, and helping people achieve success. If you are interested in how you can start your Real Estate portfolio, or have any questions about buying a home or selling a home, you can email Benjamin (benjamin AT benjaminbach.com) or reach him at 519 772 4376.

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4 responses to “A Love Affair with Books 2007

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  2. Aloha Benjamin,
    Thank you so much for getting this announcement up for us on our 3rd Annual A Love Affair with Books – a very important first for JJL in hosting it as the new home of the forum! We warmly invite all your readers, and we are thrilled that you will be a Guest Author there with a book review this month!
    Mahalo nui,

  3. Hi Benjamin. Thanks for the shout out. I’m looking forward to reading your review of Love is a Killer App. I’ve heard some good things about it.

  4. Great review today of Love Is The Killer App. Thank you for jumping into the fray with us over at JJL. I am glad you were able to contribute to this project. You have added a great deal of value!

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