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by Anthony C. PattonDeveloping a spy mindset is your best defense against corporate espionage and insider threats but it's also your best offense for succeeding in business today. With lessons and case studies from the U.S. Intelligence Community, Spy Mindset defines intelligence and covers the five steps of the Intelligence Cycle to help you navigate the Seven Seas of information: 1. Planning & Direction, 2. Collection, 3. Processing, 4. Analysis & Production, and 5. Dissemination. Spy Mindset also includes deep d... more
by Edmund YeungThis book is suitable for but not limited to the following industries: insurance, real estate, software, cloud, hardware, aircraft, automobile, luxury goods, mortgage, financial, professional services, and consulting. It is also for anyone who wants to become wildly successful in business and make money beyond their wildest dreams. Are you looking for a breakthrough in your career and earnings? You will learn: •\tThree powerful and proven techniques to formulate strategies you can use for a... more
by Liz H Kelly8-Second PR – 2nd Edition (2022) is a New Public Relations Crash Course with 20 New Strategies for a Post-Pandemic World! Learn PR Secrets to get national media interviews, and increase sales using the power of publicity! With the average attention span of an adult now being 8 seconds (less than a goldfish), you can learn how to be clear, concise and compelling in all your marketing messages, media pitches and interviews. You will learn how to take your brand to the next level using the power of... more
by Barbara Leist NelsonIn today’s world, many women often feel guilty about holding a full-time job while also balancing being a good wife and mother. With Women in the Job Market, the modern woman will find information on everything from resume building to scheduling to work-from-home life as well as a guide on navigating the post-Covid-19 job market. Nelson delivers real stories from real women in their day-to-day juggling of career and family along with detailed facts and figures to provide additional insight on th... more
by Jeff 'Vegas' HowardDoes the mere thought of negotiating make you cringe? Are you afraid to seem greedy, aggressive, or demanding? Are you sick of being too shy or too scared to ask for what you want and deserve? You can still get more of what you want, more often… I promise! This is not a business book… it’s really for people who would rather not negotiate!
by FAISAL KHANNinety million people have a Coinbase account, each one hoping to strike it big. But could we actually use this technology to make the world a better place? That was the challenge Joe Lubin, dubbed by the Financial Times as the "crypto whisperer" to Wall Street, posed to Faisal Khan across a cafe table in early 2017. Worth more than $30 billion at its peak, Joe founded his company ConsenSys with the aim to do nothing less than to rewire the Internet itself. Within weeks of accepting the jo... more
by Eugene Kelly19 rules for accumulating wealth and keeping it instead of losing it.
by Craig FreshleyDoes your group need help making good decisions? All groups―teams, boards, nonprofits, businesses, governments―must make decisions to make forward progress. In organizations large and small, simple and complex, public and private, people need to decide things together. With tips, principles, examples, and stories, Craig Freshley shares the essentials that groups need to make decisions that provide lasting benefits. Practical and authoritative, this friendly guide from a veteran group facil... more
by Gena Cox, Ph.D.Organizational psychologist and executive coach Gena Cox asserts that although human variation is normal, true inclusion that embraces these variations is elusive in the workplace. Leading Inclusion, a “how-to-be” book, educates, challenges, and empowers the C-suite and board to lead inclusion from the top of the organization. It’s the only way employees will see the changes they deserve.
by Sara Roach LewisIn She Rules, Sara Roach Lewis rewrites the rules for women in business and is on a mission to help you: - double your revenues - outline a plan to up-level your business - achieve a laser-focus while moving through resistance - rebrand self-care as an important business practice - turn your imposter syndrome into 7-figure confidence With decades of experience as a feminist business strategist, Sara has supported thousands of women to shed society's expectations and create new pathways for... more
by Laura Shanae Crenshaw
An energetic speaker paced on stage.
"We're hardwired for ape-like, power-grabbing social patterns," she continued, "because it worked. In the Dark Ages when information moved slowly, traditional leadership SAVED us. You could either follow the strongest and smartest, or you died. Problem is, workers aren't ignorant any more. They want to use their brains."
A leadership coach makes a bet with a billionaire: She'll take a failing ... more
by Benjamin L. VidmarThinking of starting up your own business? You need to read this book first! Starting a business can be filled with unexpected pitfalls—one author seeks to offer advice for any fledging entrepreneur. When author Benjamin L. Vidmar wanted to start up a permaculture business near the North Pole, he was met with assurances that he was going to fail. After all, he was attempting the impossible. Or was he? His business boomed until COVID-19. Now he’s here to share the 10 steps he used to do the... more
by Robin LandaThe secret weapon for business experts to ensure strategically creative results, this is an indispensable field guide to evaluating creative advertising, branding, and design ideas and solutions, and to working with creatives. Strategic Creativity is a fundamental resource that enables business professionals to stand out amongst their colleagues and enhance their ability to communicate the creative "why" throughout their organizations, and it covers what every business expert should fully com... more
by Joe PardavilaThey say talk is cheap—but podcasting is currently a billion-dollar business. Now Joe Pardavila reveals how you can create the kind of conversations that draw both audiences and applause. Drawing on his many years as a radio host on a top-rated radio show in the New York City area, Joe shares a bevy of illuminating anecdotes featuring such superstars as Taylor Swift,Russell Crowe, Jennifer Aniston, John Mayer, and Chris Martin that demonstrate how the right communication skills can create ma... more
by Sarah Noll WilsonYou see the giant footprints the moment you walk through the door. The conference room is a swirling mess of tension, heaviness, anxiety, and peanut shells. Something is very wrong with your team. Everybody knows it, but nobody is talking about it. It’s obvious there’s an elephant in the room. Is it an Avoidephant, feeding off the fears of retaliation and exclusion? Perhaps it’s a Blamephant—whom we love to feed because it makes us feel better about ourselves. Or is it one of the other five t... more
by Greg MillsI investigated the human language translation industry. It is a very tough racket, best avoided at all cost. Then I discovered breakthrough technological solutions. Using SuperComputers to translate books and avoid poor translations is now possible. Previously troublesome translation errors can now be virtually eliminated. We cross-check translations, ordering a translation back to English from a second SuperComputer. You can now compare original manuscripts with test files. That is all explaine... more