Internal eBooks

Download some of our eBooks for free. 

 

By downloading the  free eBooks you agree and understand that the information contained in the eBooks is general information and may not be used as a substitute for advice on specific legal questions.

Playing To Win

(2012)

 

This brief eBooks discusses the common legal considerations when starting a business.

Winning Contractor Teams

(2015)

 

Grow your government contract business through subcontracts, joint ventures and other teaming arrangements.

Construction Contract

Boot Camp

(2016)

 

Slide Deck on winning, managing and profiting from construction and government contracts.

OB's Recommended Reading

The books below are not recommended as legal advice.  You should only get legal advice from a lawyer, and only after sharing the specifics of your situation.

These books are just great books that I think every business leader should read.  I read 1 to 2 new books per month, so if you have a recommendation for me, or if you'd like a recommendation please email me.

Good To Great
Good To Great

Jim Collins (2001) This book is a must read it uses almost a full century of verifiable data from publicly traded companies to distill certain key principles that are present in companies that sustain success. I first read Good to Great in 2003 and I reread it about every couple years. It is also a useful bookshelf reference.

Radical Candor
Radical Candor

Kim Scott (2017) Radical Candor is important "read through" book as well as a "bookshelf" book. It is an engaging read and the concepts are presented in such a straightforward way that you could buy it today to prepare for a discussion tomorrow.

Traction
Traction

Gino Wickman (2007) This book took more than 5 years to become part of the public consciousness. I discovered it in 2016. It teaches what the author calls the "Entrepreneurial Operating System." The concepts are presented in such an easy to understand manner, that it can cause the reader to overlook the profound significance. Results oriented!

Good To Great
Good To Great

Jim Collins (2001) This book is a must read it uses almost a full century of verifiable data from publicly traded companies to distill certain key principles that are present in companies that sustain success. I first read Good to Great in 2003 and I reread it about every couple years. It is also a useful bookshelf reference.

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