Rules permeate our existence. We accept them and adhere to them, even while we don’t necessarily acknowledge and recognize where they come from. Exploring where they come from and how to manage them is a fundamental skill.
What were the books that made a difference this year? In our end-of-year round-up, Peter and Mark explore their favourite books of they year. More than a few might become your favourites as well.
Our third annual exploration of our best books from the previous year takes a deep dive into the books that meant the most to Peter and Mark.
All of us have to present. Given the choice, though, many of us would rather not. Some presentations and presenters are exceptional; many, though, are not. Here are insights into presenting well.
Our second end-of-year exploration examines the books of 2013 that Mark and Peter found most meaningful, relevant and valuable. Some were new, some were new to us, and some were old favourites newly revisited.
This is the very first of our end-of-year wrap-up sessions, exploring the best books that both Peter and Mark read during the 2012 year. Building on and expanding our domains of focus, these books also expanded our understanding and knowledge. We think you will enjoy them as well.