Wally Bock

Three questions to ask if you want to write a book

If you want to write a book, ask these questions. Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the three most important questions you should ask yourself if you decide to write a book.

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Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on the book, “Moments of Truth” which is about the moment when a customer makes the decision to stay or go, and what you have to do for your company to pass this test.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to introduce the book, “Orignials” by Adam Grant, that reveals how certain individuals, many without advantages and education, have made significant impacts and success.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to introduce lessons you can learn from the book, Plain Talk, about the history of Nucor.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to review the book, “The Coaching Habit,” which proposes that leaders don’t drive, they inspire through coaching.
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to review the book, “Winning Well,” by Karin Hurt and David Nye, which is about how to be successful and still recognize the human factor in business.