With the economy acting all crazy (for lack of a better word), books are now hitting the shelves (or your Kindle) at record speeds, contemplating what went wrong, how to fix the situation, ways to keep your job and anything else you can think of that has to do with money, leadership and how to not make the same economic mistakes again. I spoke with a sampling of these authors on my radio show and compiled them in this post.
Dave Hitz is the co-founder of NetApp. He knows a lot about success during the Internet boom and shares what he learned during the dot-com downturn. His new book is How to Castrate a Bull: Unexpected Lessons on Risk, Growth, and Success in Business. LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE.
John Talbott, a former investment banker for Goldman Sachs, talks about the housing crisis in Contagion: The Financial Epidemic That is Sweeping the Global Economy...and How to Protect Yourself from It. LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE.
Jeffrey Fox is the founder and president of Fox & Company, Inc., a marketing consulting firm. He wrote Rain: What a Paperboy Learned About Business, a fictional book about a newspaper boy named Rain. Yet, what Rain learns on the job is invaluable to his later success. LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE.
Allan Roth is the founder of Wealth Logic, LLC, an hourly based financial planning and investment advisory firm. His book, How a Second Grader Beats Wall Street: Golden Rules Any Investor Can Learn, is about a 6-year-old boy who invests smarter than any adult. LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE.
John Eckberg has been a business reporter and columnist for The Cincinnati Enquirer for more than a decade. During his career, he has interviewed leaders in all fields and reports in The Success Effect why these people are successful and what you can learn from "America's business trailblazers." LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE.