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This is SummarySaturdays.com, a podcast for entrepreneurs, sales people and small business owners and managers. Monday to Friday you work in your business, Saturdays work on your business. Enhance your career by reading concise summaries of today's latest business books. Read Less, Do More.

Latest Episodes

Episode 4 -- Are business plans dead?

Rob Belbin, Editor of Summaries.Com, tackles the question: "Are business plans dead?" Author Jim Horan thinks the traditional long form business plan is dead and we tend to agree. In Jim Horan's book THE ONE PAGE BUSINESS PLAN -- Start with a Vision, Build a Company! -- he suggests that today you're better off summarizing your business plan in a one-page document that people will actually read and use. All you really need to cover is your Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies and Plans. Everything else is just fluff. Listen in to learn more.

27 MINFEB 16
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Episode 4 -- Are business plans dead?

Episode 3 -- Is an MBA from a university worth the money?

Rob Belbin, editor of Summaries.Com, talks about the key takeaways and ideas from the book: THE PERSONAL MBA -- A World-Class Business Education in a Single Volume -- by Josh Kaufman who is an educational activist and independent business professor. This book makes the case that instead of spending two years of your life and $150,000 to graduate from an MBA program at a top university, you might be better off self-educating yourself with business books and getting hands-on experience instead. This concept is supported by popular author Set Godin who said: "It's hard for me to understand why getting an MBA is a better use of time and money than actual experience combined with a dedicated reading of 30 or 40 books." Listen in to learn more.

24 MINFEB 16
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Episode 3 -- Is an MBA from a university worth the money?

Episode 2 -- The Culture Code

Rob Belbin, editor of Summaries.Com, talks about the key takeaways and ideas from the book THE CULTURE CODE -- The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel Coyle. In this book, the author answers the question: "Why is it some teams excel but most struggle to gel and be productive?" Daniel Coyle makes the case it always comes down to the group culture that prevails within the team. An exhaustive 4-year study found great team cultures are built on three skills: (1) Build safety and inclusiveness. (2) Share vulnerability. (3) Establish a strong purpose which unites everyone. Apply those skills and you can build a team that excels.

27 MINFEB 16
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Episode 2 -- The Culture Code

Latest Episodes

Episode 4 -- Are business plans dead?

Rob Belbin, Editor of Summaries.Com, tackles the question: "Are business plans dead?" Author Jim Horan thinks the traditional long form business plan is dead and we tend to agree. In Jim Horan's book THE ONE PAGE BUSINESS PLAN -- Start with a Vision, Build a Company! -- he suggests that today you're better off summarizing your business plan in a one-page document that people will actually read and use. All you really need to cover is your Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies and Plans. Everything else is just fluff. Listen in to learn more.

27 MINFEB 16
Comments
Episode 4 -- Are business plans dead?

Episode 3 -- Is an MBA from a university worth the money?

Rob Belbin, editor of Summaries.Com, talks about the key takeaways and ideas from the book: THE PERSONAL MBA -- A World-Class Business Education in a Single Volume -- by Josh Kaufman who is an educational activist and independent business professor. This book makes the case that instead of spending two years of your life and $150,000 to graduate from an MBA program at a top university, you might be better off self-educating yourself with business books and getting hands-on experience instead. This concept is supported by popular author Set Godin who said: "It's hard for me to understand why getting an MBA is a better use of time and money than actual experience combined with a dedicated reading of 30 or 40 books." Listen in to learn more.

24 MINFEB 16
Comments
Episode 3 -- Is an MBA from a university worth the money?

Episode 2 -- The Culture Code

Rob Belbin, editor of Summaries.Com, talks about the key takeaways and ideas from the book THE CULTURE CODE -- The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel Coyle. In this book, the author answers the question: "Why is it some teams excel but most struggle to gel and be productive?" Daniel Coyle makes the case it always comes down to the group culture that prevails within the team. An exhaustive 4-year study found great team cultures are built on three skills: (1) Build safety and inclusiveness. (2) Share vulnerability. (3) Establish a strong purpose which unites everyone. Apply those skills and you can build a team that excels.

27 MINFEB 16
Comments
Episode 2 -- The Culture Code

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