Best Business Books That Make a Difference

December 18, 2008 at 5:43 pm Leave a comment

Take a look at my Squidoo lens.

You can vote for your favourite books or add the business books that made a difference to you.

While you are there, think about making your own lens. It’s an easy way to aggregate information that’s important to you and that you want to share. I’ve set mine up to pay out to the charity of my choice – Grameen Bank.

You’ll get to:

  1. check out another web application
  2. find out about good business books
  3. share information
  4. help out Grameen Bank.

Good all around


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