Tag Archives: strategy

Book Review: Crossing The Chasm

Crossing The Chasm:  Marketing And Selling High-Tech Products To Mainstream Customers, by Geoffrey A. Moore One of the more common issues I have faced in life regarding technology is that people tend to assume I am far more ahead of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Console Wars

Console Wars:  Sega, Nintendo, And The Battle That Defined A Generation, by Blake J. Harris Like many children who grew up in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, I remember the console wars between Sega and Nintendo.  I tended to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Retail Disruptors

Retail Disruptors:  The Spectacular Rise And Impact Of The Hard Discounters, by Jan-Benedict Steenkamp with Laurens Sloot While I must admit that I did not know the precise definition of a hard discounter when I started this book, it did … Continue reading

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Book Review: Secrets Of Professional Poker: Volume 1

Secrets Of Professional Poker:  Volume 1:  Winning Strategies For Limit Hold’em, No-Limit Hold’em, And Omaha, by Rolf Slotboom I have to admit I have a great deal of fondness for reading books about poker and poker strategies by professional poker … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Full Tilt Poker Strategy Guide: Tournament Edition

The Full Tilt Poker Strategy Guide:  Tournament Edition, edited by Michael Craig If you want a massive and detailed guide on poker strategy, I can scarcely think of a larger or more appropriate volume than this one, although my own … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Basics Of Winning Poker

The Basics Of Winning Poker, by Avery Cardoza When this book considers itself a work on the basics of winning poker, the writer really does mean the basics.  It is hard to imagine a book on poker strategy being both … Continue reading

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Book Review: Winner’s Guide To Texas Hold ‘Em

Winner’s Guide To Texas Hold ‘Em, by Ken Warren When reading a book about poker, it is worthwhile if the author has both a great deal of insight about the game as well as a sense of humor, and that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bogle On Mutual Funds

Bogle On Mutual Funds:  New Perspectives For The Intelligent Investor, by John C. Bogle As someone who is pretty familiar with the author’s books [1], this book was a pretty obvious choice to read.  As someone who enjoys Bogle’s perspective, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Momentum

Momentum:  How To Propel Your Marketing + Transform Your Brand In The Digital Age, by Shama Hyder If you are amused by books that relate to marketing, as I am, you will likely appreciate what this book has to offer.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Great Strategic Rivalries

Great Strategic Rivalries From The Classical World To The Cold War, edited by James Lacey As someone who greatly enjoys the study of strategy, there was a great deal that I found enjoyable in these essays.  This is by no … Continue reading

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