I am currently helping growth companies in Birmingham - mostly issues on the financial side. My path to this point has included Lehman Brothers (NYC) in Tech M&A and a 14-yr run at Daxko from startup to recap by a PE group. I am interested in *not* doing things the way they've always been done!
What's the most useful business-related book you've ever read?
"Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel" by Rolf Potts. I know it is not a business book, but it changed my frame of reference for business and life in general. The world is a messy and wonderful place.