From the publisher:
Business books get gobbled up by hungry souls who desperately want to gain whatever advantage is possible. Sadly, many business books contain strategies which are naïve at best and dangerous at worst.
Pooping Elephants, Mowing Weeds is a quick read which will increase one's discernment on how to better read all types of books, especially business books.
Challenging the Pursuit of Greatness...a Closer Look at Jim Collins' Good to Great
Stephen Covey's Approach to the Life of Business and Business of Life
Limitations of Résumés
When to Bunt
How to Evaluate Business Books
I have personally benefited from Dave's counsel. His wisdom emanates in part from being firmly rooted in eternal truth, while also being a keen observer and student of modern culture. He is thoughtful, extraordinarily well read, and of the highest integrity. I count him as a trusted advisor, guide, and friend.
Founder and General Partner
Blue Sage Capital
Dave Moore is able to ask all the right questions and, using the best guidance system known to man, help people to come to the answers that are right for them. His insights are deep, and his perspective is powerfully practical. I heartily recommend him as an unusually wise guide to personal growth and noble service!
Author of True Success
If Aristotle Ran General Motors
The San Francisco 49'ers enjoyed great success in the 80's and 90's: Ten NFC Championship games and winning five Super Bowls. Much of the underpinning of the team's success came from faith, trust and extraordinary relationships.
Dave Moore was a contributor to this foundation by his insightful messages delivered at several pre-game chapels for our players and coaches. As the chaplain of those successful teams, and a public speaker myself, I recommend Dave as a speaker at your next event. His scholarly wisdom is never off-putting. He uses wisdom, wit and practicality to deliver important messages; so profound theologians consult him, so useful even football guys understand him!
Team Chaplain, San Francisco 49ers, 1981-1998