Steve Pollack Book Review | Man’s Search for Meaning

Man's Search for Meaning Book Review Viktor E. Frankl, the author of Man's Search for Meaning, was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist who survived the Holocaust. Along with his wife Tilly, Frankl was deported by the Nazis to the Auschwitz extermination camps in 1944 . Tilly died at the Bergen-Belsen labor camp, though Frankl did Read this Article »

Steve Pollack Book Review | The Leadership Mindset by Joe Calloway

The Leadership Mindset Book Review The single most important factor in the success or failure of a business is the mindset of its leadership. Even more than strategy or tactics, it's how leaders think that ultimately makes the difference. – Joe Calloway As a  business leadership and management consultant, Joe Calloway’s lengthy client list represents a wide range of businesses Read this Article »

Steve Pollack Book Review | Rebel Talent by Francesca Gino

Rebel talent Book Review  “When we challenge ourselves to move beyond what we know and can do well, we rebel against the comfortable cocoon of the status quo, improving ourselves and positioning ourselves to contribute more to our partners, coworkers, and organizations” ― Francesca Gino The author of Rebel Talent, Francesca Gino, is a behavioral Read this Article »

Steve Pollack Book Review | The Passion Economy by Adam Davidson

The Passion Economy Book Review Award-winning New Yorker staff writer and co-founder of NPR’s Planet Money podcast, Adam Davidson is a leading voice on issues related to 21st-century business and the economic landscape. "The identification of your unique passion is the single most crucial and often the hardest part of embracing the passion economy " -Adam Davidson Davidson’s Read this Article »

Steve Pollack Book Review | Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott

Fierce Conversations Book Review  The title of this book, Fierce Conversations, might give you the impression that the author is advising you to stubbornly and aggressively argue your point to get ahead in life, but Fierce Conversations is not that at all. This excellent book is a primer on how to bring your authentic self Read this Article »

“The Culture Code” by Daniel Coyle | Book Review by Steve Pollack

The Culture Code Book Review "…the number-one job is to take care of each other. I didn’t always know that, but I know it now.” - Daniel Coyle Daniel Coyle spent four years studying the group dynamics of successful companies and teams to learn everything he could about what binds high-achieving organizations together—and what must exist in Read this Article »

@StevePollackCEO 2020 Year of Books: “Start with Why” by Simon Sinek

  "Let us all choose to be the leaders we wish we had." -Simon Sinek Start with Why Book Review  Happy New Year! To kick off my @StevePollackCEO 2020 Year of Books, I am beginning with a review of this inspiring work of non-fiction by Simon Sinek, which I recently re-read due to the significant impact it Read this Article »

Reading a Book a Week | Steve Pollack’s 2020 Year of Books

Reading a Book a Week Among Strategies for Wealth Before his death in 2009, motivational author and speaker Jim Rohn (Keys to Success, 7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness, The Power of Ambition, Twelve Pillars, Take Charge of Your Life) encouraged his audiences all over the world to make reading a priority. "Build your library," Rohn told audiences who Read this Article »