Category: Knowledge

Content & Knowledge for the Business Travel Lifestyle: My recommendation for books, audio & content to feed your brain when you’re on the go!

02 Aug

It’s Official: My Latest Business Book On Nearshore Site Selection Is An Amazon Bestseller! THANK YOU

The Bahamas deserves close consideration for specialty & high value BPO and nearshore service delivery site selection, as well as consideration by remote worker professionals, digital nomads, and lifestyle entrepreneurs....

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28 Jul

Two New Books I’ve Edited Have Been Published: Intelligent Automation + Nearshore Site Selection

Though I had a mishap that set me back a few weeks, I want to share 2 of my latest works covering Intelligent Automation & Nearshore site selection!

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02 Oct

The Viva Effect: How A Scrappy 3-Plane Startup Discombobulated The Latin American Airline Sector

I highly recommend this book if you are interested in Colombia, Commercial Aviation (especially the new low-cost model pioneered by Ryanair & Southwest), entrepreneurship—especially outside of the tech/software sector,...

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02 Oct

I feel I finally understand who Rockefeller was

Rockefeller was a complex person, who was amazingly generous and amazingly stingy at the same time. He was in some ways progressive (for his time) and reactionary at the...

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02 Oct

Jordan B. Peterson Offers Wise Advice For Life, But Take It Directly From Him & Avoid The Hijackers

There is nothing remotely controversial in the book, just great observation from a mix of Dr. Peterson's own personal and professional experience as a clinical psychologist in Canada and...

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02 Oct

Short, Profound & Deeply Moving: Man’s Search For Meaning

Dr. Frankl first explains his experiences, and then what he was able to take from them and formulate into an intellectual and therapeutic framework, with many examples from life...

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02 Oct

A Great Introduction To Jung’s Thought, Work & Life

This to my knowledge was the only English-language survey of Jung's work approved by the professor in his lifetime. I am glad I read it, I have a...

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20 May

Ignore Your Customers And They’ll Go Away

I just finished a great new book by Customer Experience expert Micah Solomon called Ignore Your Customers (And They’ll Go Away): The Simple Playbook for Delivering the Ultimate Customer...

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27 Mar

3+ Great Reads / Listens While You’re Contemplating The Pandemic

Here are a few book recommendations to read or listen to while you have downtime during the Coronavirus pandemic. These are some of my personal favorites that I think...

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04 Jan

Hernando De Soto’s “The Mystery of Capital” Answers Why Markets Seem to Work in Some Places But Not Others

Much of Latin America is essentially where we were 120 or so years ago according to his research. Mr. DeSoto's point is that there is nothing wrong with Capitalism,...

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30 Dec

Branding Is Dead, At Least That’s What Ex Saatchi Chairman Kevin Roberts Tells Me In Our Recent Chat

I was fortunate enough to catch up with Kevin Roberts when he was in Colombia for the WOBI World Leadership Forum last month. Kevin is the former Chairman of...

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31 Oct

Dan Carlin’s First Book Is An Enjoyable Tour Through The Collapse of History

Dan Carlin’s eagerly anticipated first book “The End is Always Near” doesn’t disappoint. In his freshman treatise, the journalist offers us a loosely threaded anthology of essays on past...

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04 Jan

The Marketing Audit: A Concise Overview

I purchased the audio version of this book several years ago, and find myself re-listening to it again, every few months. To get the checklist and have the book...

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05 Dec

Retired McKinsey & BCG Partner Bill Matassoni’s Memoir is an Insightful, Entertaining Read

Loren Moss just finished the recently released  “Marketing Saves The World by Bill Matassoni, a retired executive who made partner at both McKinsey Consulting and Boston Consulting Group (BCG).

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15 Jun

The Book “Extreme Ownership” Offers Great Lessons For Business, or Any Team Environment

I was afraid this book was going to be hokey and a bunch of "rah-rah-rah" but it was really good. I will share or gift copies to my management...

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16 Aug

A Good Primer On The City of Bucharest And Its Surroundings

This is a nice basic documentary, better produced than I thought it would be. It is a good introduction to the potential traveler or someone who wants to learn...

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14 Aug

A Good Video Documentary on Transylvania

I enjoyed this documentary and learned about the Transylvania region of Romania. I would recommend it for potential tourists or anyone looking for a primer on the region.

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07 Apr

Thomas Paine’s “The Age Of Reason” Is An Iconoclastic Classic

Thomas Paine, a deist and one of the American founding revolutionaries after Ben Franklin invited him to immigrate to the restive colonies, in this book pillories organized religion. He...

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