We almost had an entirely new lineup for October! But I guess the number one book just shows how much we like to stay in our comfort zones.
- Who Moved My Cheese?
by Spencer Johnson
Jumping Jarlsberg! It's moved back into the Top 5 again! The book that "shows how to anticipate change, adapt quickly" and "enjoy the change". The only thing that doesn't seem to be changing much is the popularity of this book.
- John Ilhan: A Crazy Life
by Dubkowski and Reed
Started prior to his untimely death in 2007, A Crazy Life provides insights on the founder of the successful mobile telephone company Crazy John's. Completed with cooperation from John's family and friends, it's billed as a blueprint for professional and personal success.
- $21 Challenge
by Fiona Lippey and Jackie Gower
After hearing on today's news that Sydney has some of the most expensive groceries in the world, feeding your family on $21 a week seems even more incredible. Filled with recipes, menu plans and tips, $21 Challenge just might help you save money, get through a
rough patch, or cope with unexpected bills.
- Think One Team
by Graham Winter
There is no "i" in "team". But if you turn the "m" upside down, add the "e" ... oh, never mind. Told as a leadership fable, Think One Team takes you through the process of turning silos of workers in an organisation into a functioning team.
- Marcus Padley: Stock Market Secrets
by Marcus Padley
From the publisher's description: "With global markets crumbling, and many of the world's leading markets entering into depression" ... you'd think people would have learned! Padley's secrets are secrets no longer.