Suggested Reading

Because we believe education is an on-going process that should never stop while you are breathing,  our staff spends hours in reading books, articles, etc. in order to keep up-to-date on issues and trends that impact the business world.  We are using this page to share resources that have an impact on us.  Please feel free to submit any literature that you would like to share along with your comments on the publication to Angie.  Our office has an extensive lending library, so feel free to contact us if you would like to borrow from our library.


Johnson, Kevin D.,  The Entrepreneur Mind: 100 Essential Beliefs, Characteristics, and Habits of Elite Entrepreneurs
         Atlanta, GA.  Johnson Media Inc, 2013.  Print.

“This was the most inspiring book I have read in a long time!  Great for the tired, beat down business owner needing a kick in the can.   Fast Read too!”  - Kimberly S. Manrow, EA April 2015

Connors, Roger, Tom Smith and Craig Hickman, The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability
New York, NY.  Penguin Publishing Group, 2010.  Print.

“The Oz Principle is an interesting take on personal accountability in the workplace.  The 'Wizard of Oz' is great metaphor because, as we know, all the characters had it in themselves to succeed but used "if only I had" as an excuse throughout the movie.  The book focuses on getting beyond the excuses and get to that place of personal accountability as well as personal empowerment.  'See it, own it, solve it, do it.'”  - Chris Gordon, June 2015