Following the success of his international bestseller, 100 Things Successful People Do, which has been translated into over 25 languages, Nigel turns his attention to leadership.
100 Things Successful Leaders Do distills all the wisdom and knowledge of a lifetime of coaching great leaders into 100 short chapters showing you how to build your own leadership skills quickly and confidently.
Great book! I can imagine being able to apply the author's tips and advice to allow my working life to become more successful, while also achieving my balance in all others areas of my busy life.
An honestly refreshing book filled with the author's real life and personal advice from the author is clearly coaching all manner of people.
I challenge anyone to find something that is missed out in Nigel Cumberland's new book - the author has covered just about everything that one could possibly think of as tips, guidance and direction that can help readers across the world to become more successful.
I LOVED THIS CUTE LITTLE BOOK! Not only are the contents fantastic and useful for anyone to flip through a thousand times as they progress in their life, but the size and look of the book is perfect and quaint, making it a nice coffee table book packed with useful knowledge.
Easy to read yet very interesting. It helps remind what is really important in our lives and how we should take actions.
This is a great guide to live a fulfilling life and I hope to achieve habits of maybe 70% of these before I die. (I’m setting realistic goals here lol 100% is too overwhelming, don’t judge me.)
What a great book that one of my girlfriends gave me at New Year. I had assumed it would be a typical corny list of ideal things to do in life - instead it is a really well thought out selection of everything we should all do to have fulfilling, enriched and meaningful lives.
Lovely book covering so many aspects of what it takes to succeed in life - to achieve all the different kinds of life goals.
Mohamed Al Thani
I can understand why the person who wrote the foreword, Marshall Goldsmith, would say the book is inspiring and practical. My challenge is to encourage my teenage daughter to leaf through it to learn from its words of wisdom? :)