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by Mike KowisIn this fun-filled trivia book, seasoned tax attorney Mike Kowis challenges readers to 250 questions about American taxation. This quiz book covers amusing tax quotes, history of U.S. taxation, the Internal Revenue Code, important case law, the Internal Revenue Service, tax forms, audits, politics, and much more! Plus you’ll learn interesting factoids, such as: •\tthe U.S. government hired Walt Disney in the 1940s to make cartoons encouraging citizens to pay income tax; •\tthe Tax Code has 4... more
by Bryan Smeltzer
What makes a brand truly Visionary?
Product, Innovation, Culture, Marketing?
It is a harmonious blending of product, marketing, and a passionate culture. Along with a visionary who establishes and commits themselves and the brand to ageless foundational principles. What formula has sustained iconic brands such as; Apple, Nike, adidas, and allowed them to maintain their vision and brand ETHOS for generations?
How does one brand lose its premium status, while others thrive gen... more
by Jacob SebastianThis book is a treasure trove of mathematical secrets that will enlighten and enable the reader to create many times more wealth than what is possible with only conventional knowledge. It analyzes and exposes the huge impact that the compounding of yield, initial investment, tax, and duration of any investment will have on the growth and size of an investor’s wealth. It provides valuable and startling insights into the incredible heights an investor’s wealth can reach, climbing the yield-time cu... more
by Susan M. BarberPeople believe that working hard is enough to have success without realizing they need to create personal visibility for themselves. A pivotal feedback conversation Susan M Barber had with a mentor led her to find a way to create authentic visibility for herself. Barber created a successful process that helped her build visibility for herself, her teams and now her clients. This process is broken down into easy to follow steps in her new book, The Visibility Factor, a guide to shape the visibili... more
by MM BarricelliThis book is a lifesaver for people strapped for cash and need ideas on different ways to build up their income and create second incomes. With 75 ideas for earning money on the side it demonstrates that anyone has the potential to create extra money because we all have skills that others lack and will pay for.
Be a J.E.D.I. Leader, Not a Boss: Leadership in the Era of Corporate Social Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusionby Omar L. HarrisFrom the Bestselling Author of The Servant Leader’s Manifesto with 20+ years of global pharmaceutical executive experience comes the most crucial and compelling business book of the year. Business Must Be More… There are dark forces at work breeding separation, disunity, disengagement, and denying their role in maintaining a status quo rife with injustices and inequities that keep them in power and everyone else subjugated. But there is an equally and opposite force for good pushing bac... more
by Frank Molinar, CFPFinancial Dominance is the most engaging finance training ever developed for the military and those who appreciate them. No boring jargon, disjointed "good ideas," gimmicks, or tired old adages. Leveraging military strategy, decades in business, thousands of 1:1 interactions, and the coolest full color illustrations you've ever seen on the subject, the author brings a fresh perspective and a clear sense of urgency to laser your efforts for maximum impact! This battle plan simplifies and prior... more
by Alex WrightMy book aims to help small businesses and professional services firms to improve their website and online content
by Elizabeth MinerEvery new venture is a thrill. With all the excitement, entrepreneurs who expect a sprint sometimes find themselves exhausted and overwhelmed. Elizabeth Miner shares tools to overcome the doubts, pitfalls, and fatigue that can torment even the most capable business owner.
by Shannon Byrne SuskoAs a business leader, you’ve read dozens of books by the top thought leaders, learning from their research, principles, and tools. Each book dives deep into a specific area of expertise—strategy, execution, cash, people, culture, and leadership. All share powerful concepts on what to do to grow your business. But how do you efficiently unite these tools into a regimen that works for not just one specific area of your business, but for your entire team, company, and life? Metronomics unites ... more
by Peri ScottCapitalism is amazing, but it is not perfect. What if we could tweak the system to allow everyone to prosper? Explore the concepts of "Hybrid Capitalism" and a "caring economy" and how we might just be able to think differently about money.
by David RasmussenThe stock market captures a snapshot of our shared evolutionary history, and transmits an ecstatic message with far reaching impact.
by Steve MarksIn The Muffin Man Chronicles: Recipes for Entrepreneurial Success, Steve Marks, co-founder of Main Street Gourmet, details the ups and downs of starting and running a successful food company in Akron, Ohio. He tells the story of Main Street Gourmet's early days, its growth into a nationally distributed brand, and the high-stakes world of acquisitions. Along the way, he offers crucial tips and insights for aspiring entrepreneurs who may be looking to start their own company as well as entrenched ... more
by JD FosterEver wonder what politicians and reporters mean when discussing economic policy, and then wish you understood them better? What do they mean by deficits, debt, and tax policy? What is monetary policy or income inequality? What are the economics of climate change?and its remedies? If you've asked such questions, then this book is for you. To make the matter more compelling, it puts you in the Oval Office as the incoming president and walks you through essential issues, presenting the information ... more
by Mike PattersonLife is about choices. Where you live, the schools you attend, your career path, who you marry – all affect your success and satisfaction. Many of these choices are dichotomous. If I live here, I can’t live there. If I attend this university, I can’t also go to that one. Leaders often see their workplace strategy as an equally “this or that” choice. Do I focus on accomplishing the mission and all of the tasks that support it? Or do I take care of my people, doing everything possible to help them... more