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Pause Stop Reset

PauseStopReset

Pause Stop Reset

Pause Stop Reset™ is an incredible book.

Pause Stop Reset™ is the must read manual for entrepreneurs, business owners and everyone that wants to thrive over the next decade and beyond.

It was written by the award winning author, business man and philanthropist Simon Hedley (You can learn more about Simon here www.SimonHedley.com)

Simon has brought together a lot of the insights, distinctions and key wisdom that he’s learnt through experience and through working with some of the most creative and insightful minds of our times.

This is a very subtle and powerful book and one you’ll want to revisit.

We were very lucky to attend the prelaunch of the book in London at an amazing venue, where we got to meet Simon and some of his mentees and partners and were truly blown away.

Make sure to click through to the site to be in for a chance to win a 1-1 mentoring session with Simon and also to be part of what looks set to be an incredible movement of people that get this content and apply it.

Top 5 Books of the Month

July’s Top 5 Books of the Month

Here are the top 5 books of the month that are a must for your summer reading list. There are books here that make you think, better yourself and help you get what you want in life.

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Shaa Wasmund

Sháá Wasmund MBE

Shaa Wasmund

Sháá Wasmund MBE is one of the UK’s most prominent female entrepreneurs and a champion of small businesses. She is the author of the #1 bestselling book Stop Talking, Start Doing. Her second book Do Less, Get More is published by Penguin.

 

Sháá is the founder and driving force behind Smarta, the UK’s leading support platform for small business owners. In 2015 she was awarded an MBE for services to business and entrepreneurship, and the Institute of Directors named her as one of the best-connected people in the UK.

 

Sháá was educated at the London School of Economics, during which time she wrote for Cosmopolitan. After interviewing World Champion boxer Chris Eubank, he asked her to manage his PR – and while still at university she promoted Eubank’s second world title fight (with 18 million viewers).

 

In 1994 Sháá started her own PR firm, with Sir James Dyson as her first client, and helped build Dyson into a global leader. In 1998 she moved into the digital world, becoming a founding director alongside Sir Bob Geldof of the early travel site Deckchair.com. She went on to launch her own social networking site, Mykindaplace, selling it six years later to BSkyB, before setting up Smarta in 2009.

 

http://www.shaa.com

 

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