Frequently Asked Questions
I get a lot of questions via email and try to answer as many as I can. In the interest of being more efficient (such a geek) I've answered some common questions below…
Q: How do I know what book summaries are available?
A: There is a complete list of summaries available here. The list is updated weekly with new additions.
Q: What are the best business books for someone looking to start or grow their own business?
Q: How do I purchase the eBook Guidelines? And can I read a sample chapter?
A: To purchase Guidelines; go to this page, scroll down and click ‘BUY NOW' for either the eBook Only, eBook + audio book or eBook + audio + video summary versions. To read a sample chapter; go to this page, scroll down until you reach a grey box, enter your first name and email address, select ‘Get Sample'. You will be sent a sample chapter via email.
Q: How do I download the free PDF Book summaries?
A: Enter your first name and email address in the grey box at the top of this page. You will receive an email shortly with a link to a page with a complete list of available PDF downloads. You will also be redirected to the download page immediately after subscribing. Simply click the title of the book you wish to download in PDF format and it will automatically download onto your device.
Q: What is the best way to reduce stress?
A. Often we have too much on our plate and are constantly trying to do too much. Have a read of these book summaries for some inspiration on eliminating the non-essential and making time only on what's important: The Power of Less by Leo Babauta, Essentialism by Greg McKeown & The ONE Thing by Gary Keller.
Q: What is the best way to be more organised?
A: More often than not, time management is a big issue when it comes to being unorganised. Follow these three steps to get started: 1) Set a clear goal (which motivates you). 2) Dissect this goal into all of the small actionable steps you need to do. e.g. I want to make $5,000/month from my business, but first I should just focus on making $1,000/month. If my product is $250, that’s 1 sale a week and is far easier to visualise. 3) Schedule time to work on these tasks in your calendar. i.e. literally block out the time from 9–10am to show that you’re going to work on ABC task. This third part is key! I find that by planning when you’re going to do specific tasks and allocating an amount of time to it is super useful! By creating this plan it’s much easier to hold yourself accountable and actually get work done. You could also sign up to my Free 3-part video training.
Q: How do I get started with my own blog?
A: Check out my article all about how to get started with your own personal blog (even if you don't know what to write about).
Q: How do I stop procrastinating?
A: Procrastination is a common issue and I too struggle with this. You should have a read of this podcast for some advice.
Q: I am unhappy in my current job or am unsure about what to do for a job/career/studies.
A: A book that really helped me figure out what I wanted to do is Simon Sinek's book Start With Why.