Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Review: Nice Bike by Mark Sharenbroich

Nice Bike is a collection of stories based on making meaningful connections with others in both your work and in your life. It's about being a part of a community, knowing that contributions matter and experiencing a greater affiliation with others. The premise begins at the 2003 Harley- Davidson Motorcycle company's 100 year anniversary celebration. Thousands and thousands of bikers throughout the world attended the event. As a Harley owner stood proudly by his bike at that event, what two words from a passerby would have made their weekend? "Nice Bike." "Nice Bike" is more than a casual compliment. It's the engine that is fueled with the three actions of acknowledging, honoring and connecting with others. Nice Bike can help you with your daily interactions, create more meaningful relationships and add more joy in your journey on the road of life. Acknowledge, honor, and connect and you will change the world, one person at a time.

Received for review.

This slim volume is clearly not for everyone but it is a fast, informative, and amusing read for those interested in connecting to others on a human level.  It was well written for a business book and communicates the themes in a new way.

If you're looking for a business communication book you may want to give this one a try.

★★★★ = Really Liked It


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