The End of Business As Usual

I’m a bit late in reviewing Brian Solis’s great book, The End of Business As Usual: Rewire the Way You Work to Succeed in the Consumer Revolution (amazon affiliate link). He’s done a good job in this book of being pretty thorough, of having some deep thoughts, and illustrating them both with words plus, well, good illustrations. I find the book useful, engaging, and definitely worth checking out. Here’s a video review:


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    Brian Solis is a great guy and his book will be great as he is…

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    Each and every book of Solis teach something extra ordinary to each person related to market and business. The book which share listen first , sell later was also very nice sharing. Again thanks for sharing this updation with us.

  • Krad RTN @Google+

    So much data Chris, does anyone really have the time to plow through all your recommendations ?

    In a way, it’s like the Winchester house full of mysteries and countless doors, which door / book / suggestion do we choose ?

    neuroconniption fit anyone?  (HAL2011) emitting smoke and crazed random numbers . INFINITE LOOPS !

    • Anonymous

      I have read more books since the Kindle came out than my whole college career. I tend to average about 2-3 books a week depending on how much documentation I need to read at work. Considering I have 2 young children and a full time job I think I am doing a pretty good job at quickly absorbing content.

       If you ever want to discuss/brainstorm how you can do this just drop me a line. I am sure brainstorming it a little might help me improve as well.

  • http://dewanemutunga.com Dewane Mutunga

    Chris,

    I’m notorious for note taking when reading book. It helps me absorb the book better. I can’t say I’m a huge fan of Brian Solis but he’s definitely someone I pay some attention to. I think I’ll pick this book up and give him and honest try.

    Thanks for the info!

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  • http://thewisdomguy.com/ Hank Wasiak

    Great review Chris and thanks for sharing. I’m always interested in what Brian has to say. I was fortunate to receive a copy of the book at the Pivot Conference. Reading it now!
    Hope all is well.

    Hank Wasiak

  • http://www.bizworks360.com Mary Ann Halford

    Chris – thanks for the review – I will be downloading on my ipad and highlighting as you recommend.  I have learned a lot from reading Brian’s posts as I learn from you

    Hope all is well with you.  Best, MA

  • Matt

    Hey Chris,

    Looks like an interesting book. I’ll check it out ;)

    Cheers,
    Matt

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