Breaking Down Business Book Wisdom into 250 Words

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250words.com is a site that debuted this year that provides book lists, interviews, novel advice, and opinions on the wisdom of business books. As described in their introductory post, “The main component of 250 Words is an original daily essay—250 words long. These pieces are not summaries or reviews but intended to excavate useful anecdotes and interesting ideas from books on management, leadership, investing, finance, marketing, psychology, and any other topic that touches on business—no matter how tangentially. The emphasis is on wisdom and practical advice. We want to provide ideas that will help you rethink the world and your work within it.”

If you sign up like I did, you are eligible to receive a free ebook from Bookshout.com.

What books do you want to learn more about in 250 words or less?

A few of the books on my reading list have been broken down into sizable chunks of wisdom:

Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All by Tom Kelley & David Kelley

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

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