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  • Every Word Counts - The Easy Way To Win More Customers Online

    by Alex Wright
    My book aims to help small businesses and professional services firms to improve their website and online content
  • The Entrepreneur Advantage: Emotional Intelligence for Building and Growing Your Business

    by Elizabeth Miner
    Every 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.
  • How Social Media Benefits the Business World?

    by Nisha Gupta
    How to use social media effectively to grow the business in positive direction
  • Metronomics

    by Shannon Byrne Susko
    As 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
  • Grow Your Leadership

    by Candace Gish
    The twin visions behind this anthology are inspiration and engagement. Read it to be inspired by other entrepreneurial women who share experiences that taught valuable business lessons and a successful mindset. Discover how you can "pay it forward" by using your own business success to make positive changes in the world around you. Let's develop a community of committed women working together to make the world a better place, not just for ourselves but also for future generations.
  • Journeys of Discovery

    by Candace Gish
    20 Motivational Journeys by Female Entrepreneurs on Life, Business, and Happiness JOURNEYS OF DISCOVERY is a compilation of short stories from women entrepreneurs, who have overcome obstacles to achieve their dreams. Read and be inspired by these amazing Divas as they share their personal stories of the good, bad and the ugly, with a little helpful advice on the side.
  • We Can Save The World: ..but there's no money in it

    by Peri Scott
    Capitalism 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.
  • For A Good Cause

    by Diane Lebson
    Through her work with countless female philanthropists, Diane Lebson discovered that there was no definitive guide volunteers and activists could turn to for guidance in navigating the day-to-day activities associated with doing good in the world—so she wrote one. Leveraging the skills and experiences she cultivated over more than twenty-five years as a nonprofit executive, board member, and consultant, For A Good Cause offers practical tips on how to “do” philanthropy. In chapters divided up by... more
  • Useful CAD tips for your architectural projects

    by Marie-Lara Wietch
    CAD design

    CAD is an acronym you will most definitely come across in case you are carrying out any investigation into architecture for home renovations or new builds. What is CAD and why is it so useful for your architectural project? First of all, let’s break down the acronym. In fact, CAD stands for Computer Aided Design. This actually means rendering what in the past would have been created by hand o... more

  • The Ecstatic Stock Market

    by David Rasmussen
    The stock market captures a snapshot of our shared evolutionary history, and transmits an ecstatic message with far reaching impact.
  • The Muffin Man Chronicles: Recipes for Entrepreneurial Success

    by Steve Marks
    In The Muffin Man Chronicles: Recipes for Entrepreneurial Success, Steve Marks, cofounder 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 b... more
  • The Muffin Man Chronicles: Recipes for Entrepreneurial Success

    by Steve Marks
    In 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
  • The Culture of Money

    by De'Andre Salter
    The Culture of Money is an idealogy for creating sustainable Black wealth. Never losing sight of his relentless passion for faith, family, and economic empowerment, Salter is focused on what he calls one of the great civil rights issues of our day- the overwhelming racial wealth gap. The Culture of Money aims to build a Black Wealth movement through the adoption of three community shared values: Know More, Own More, Pass Down More. Using the power of the Black family, Black Churches and communit... more
  • Economic Policy for Future Presidents

    by JD Foster
    Ever 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
  • We embroider on the atlas

    by Sole Digitizing
    We embroider on the atlas For some reason, synthetic satin (polyester or acetate) is considered not the easiest material for embroidery digitizing, prone to shrinkage and other deformation, and generally not forgiving of mistakes. So I decided to check whether this is so and why there is such an opinion about this fabric, because, at first glance, and even to the touch, the fabric is quite stable and there should not be any special problems with it... more

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