When a book should have just been an article: The Barticle

Have you ever purchased a business book and twenty pages into reading it, you realized that it should have been an article instead? I call these barticles (pronounced bart-ick-elz). You know, the authors took a 4000 word article and spread it out to 180 pages in large type and sold it to you for twenty …

Don’t write War and Peace over email.

More than ever, less is more when it comes to words in our email Inbox. Did you know that the average information worker (like you and me) reads the equivalent of a novel every two days? And we read it at lightening speed, scanning it in from a computer screen. Sometimes it is not the …

Readers Are Leaders

A recent book seller survey of American business people indicates that the average respondant reads .7 business books every three years! In sharp contrast, respondants that are executives at Fortune 1000 companies read 6.7 books per year. Readers are leaders. Why? Because most business books reflect current business trends and the everchanging leadership landscape. If …

Welcome to Sanders Says

This is the first post for my first blog. Finally. Sanders Says will distribute my advice and opinions about Culture, Business and Spirit. These are three areas I am very focused on as an author, speaker and human being. You can learn more about my work at www.timsanders.com Business Advice: Most advice will be about …