Business book club hosting February event

January 17, 2012 by  

The New York City Reading Optional Business Book Club is holding its next meet-up February 8th, 2012 at 7:00 pm.

Based within reasonable distance of Mamaroneck in New York City, business owners and other professionals are invited to come together and discuss assigned reading with a catch: nobody has to read the book.

Starting with a short summary of the book, group attendees will then talk about how the concepts presented can make a difference in the day-to-day running of a company. With many of the individuals at these meetings being experienced entrepreneurs, this is going to be a unique opportunity to gain additional insights while learning from the experiences of others. After the worksheets have been filled out, members will then vote on which book will be done next.

Just some of the books being considered are Simon Sinek’s “Start With Why” and Walter Isaacson’s bestselling “Steve Jobs”.

According to the group organizer, the New York City Reading Optional Business Book Club is:

“Open to anyone who’d like to learn more strategies for improving their business skills. Whether you are starting a business, manage a work team, or just want to better manage yourself, the same lessons apply. ”

With more than 100 members and 60 confirmed members for this booked up event, those present will likely have every opportunity to network and exchange a few pieces of business card printing in the process. Spots go quickly at these meetings, however, so those who want a seat have no choice but to move fast.