“The Original MBA”–My 100th Book Review for Amazon

This week I reached a milestone–posting my 100th book review for Amazon. Initially, my reviews were text only. But after I learned video production, I started providing video reviews. It’s more enjoyable to talk about a book I like than to write about it. Also, Amazon visitors welcome the break from written reviews.

Above, you’ll see the cover of The Original MBA, the book I chose for the 100th review. The cover features a little girl in her mother’s shoes–reflecting the book’s central theme, how a girl learned valuable lessons from her mother.

Here’s the link to my Amazon review of Sandy Weaver Carman’s book:
http://amzn.to/SZTxnP

You’ll note that I gave a 5-star rating, and recommended that you get your own copy and copies for your work colleagues.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sandy Weaver Carman has achieved leadership roles in two highly competitive professions, radio broadcasting and audio production. Here’s her Website, describing her experiences and services, and giving her contact information:

http://www.voiceworkondemand.com

MY OTHER 99 REVIEWS
I invite you to check the other 99 reviews I’ve done for Amazon. You’ll see a wide range of topics–communication, business, sales, customer service, motivation, sports, biography, and more:
http://amzn.to/LHxI7m

You might wonder why I give high ratings to practically all of these books. The answer is simple. I wouldn’t spend my time reading a book, much less reviewing it, if I didn’t consider the book worthwhile. In most cases I don’t know the authors personally. Yet when I do, that doesn’t influence my evaluation. In fact–to maintain my professional ethics standards–I have politely declined to submit reviews of books that didn’t appeal to me.

RESPOND WITH YOUR COMMENTS
Sandy and I will welcome your response. Did you learn valuable lessons from your mother, that led to permanent improvements in your life and business? What were they?

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