The Book Readers Appreciation Group (B.R.A.G.), an “independent, broad-based and reader-centric source to advise the public which books merit the investment of their time and money,” is a company dedicated to the advancement of self-published digital books.
As B.R.A.G. explains, industry experts believe that up to 95% of indie books are poorly written. B.R.A.G. has made it their mission to discover and honour the most talented authors whose works truly warrant readers’ attention.
Recently, this group awarded the B.R.A.G. Medallion to herBusiness blogger Alison Vidotto’s book: 22 Leadership Fundamentals. The medal signifies that B.R.A.G. recognises Alison Vidotto as a talented, captivating writer whose book passed a rigorous selection process. Only 10% of considered books are presented this award. This assessment includes not only the B.R.A.G. team’s screening, but also the judgment of a group of international readers. The selection process includes systematic analysis of content, writing style, copy editing, cover/interior layout, and whether the reader would recommend it to his or her best friend. 22 Leadership Fundamentals greatly impressed readers and passed these tests with flying colors.
Alison’s charitable and entrepreneurial background, combined with her experience as a C-level business leader, has prompted her to share her insight in 22 Leadership Fundamentals. In this book, Alison discusses how you can clarify your vision, take advantage of change, make tough calls without guilt, and be a conscious, authentic leader.
Alison’s track record centers on leadership; from raising a strong, close family to running an international charity and building a business, strong leadership skills are necessary in every situation. In her writing, Alison presents in-depth knowledge on the foundation and implementation of these skills. As of late, B.R.A.G. recognises the value of Alison’s wise words in 22 Leadership Fundamentals and, with this award, wishes to convey to potential readers that their attention is truly warranted. As Alison’s work attests, it’s never too late to be the leader you were born to be. Learn more about 22 Leadership Fundamentals, here. Read more about Alison Vidotto’s B.R.A.G medal, here