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  • How To Win Every Battle In Life: The RHHHK Methodology

    by Anshuman Patro
    The book “How To Win Everything In Life” is an explanation of the “RHHHK methodology” - a tried and tested formula curated by Anshuman Patro. RHHHK can be applied across various areas like Sales, Marketing, Technology, Self Help, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship. RHHHK methodology has 5 action points: Raise your guards and try to diffuse Hit first Hit fast Hit hard KO Who should read this book? Entrepreneurs, Leaders, and Managers who want to boost the productivity of the... more
  • Management and Leadership: What Can MBA Do in My Workday?

    by Alex Stajkovic

    The book is aimed at helping managers and leaders move the needle by transforming disengaged workers to motivated employees, shifting doubt into confidence, and progressing from management to leadership.

    Management and Leadership are taught in almost all MBA programs. Many schools require these topics in an opening class. Paraphrasing a renowned physicist, Robert Oppenheimer, physics would be really hard if particles could talk.

    In the study of Management and Leadership, we focus ... more

  • Clickr

    by Aima khan
    Clickr.com.pk is the free classified platform in Pakistan for Mobile Phones, Jobs, vehicles, Property for sale, property for rent and much more at Clickr – No Fiker Only Clickr!
  • 99 Financial Terms Every Beginner, Entrepreneur & Business Should Know (Financial IQ Series Book 1)

    by THOMAS HEROLD
    Make Financial Terms Less of a Mystery. In order to become savvy about your own finances, you need to understand a few useful financial definitions. This compilation of financial terms is a comprehensive list of various financial words or concepts that you are likely to come across in your financial expedition.
  • Team Quotient: High-Performance Leadership Teams that Win Every Time

    by Douglas R. Gerber
    In business and in sports, successful teams are fundamentally different from ordinary teams. They vary in their composition, their values, and their behavior, and they don't come about just by chance. High-performance teams possess certain traits or attributes that make them excel. In TEAM QUOTIENT: HIGH-PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP TEAMS THAT WIN EVERY TIME, Douglas Gerber illustrates the accomplishments of these teams at well-known companies and presents an Operating Manual or workbook that teaches ... more
  • The Employee Millionaire - Personal Workbook: How to Use Your Day Job to Become a Millionaire with Rental Properties

    by H. J. Chammas
    A No-nonsense real estate investment workbook for the employee side hustler tired of the 9-5 looking for a practical step-by-step process to build wealth while they work An A to Z guide on how to acquire a portfolio of rental properties that will build wealth with every month that passes. Anyone considering investing in rental properties should begin by reading this book." - RICHARD DUNCAN, Author, Economist a and Publisher of Macro Watch. "To help you obtain financial freedom while reduc... more
  • Escaping Oz: Protecting your wealth during the financial crisis

    by Jim Mosquera
    The financial shocks to our economy left the public dazed and confused. How could this have happened? Can’t the Federal Government and the Federal Reserve fix this? Who is responsible for this mess? What can I do to help myself and the country? The answers to these questions are revealed inside. These answers are important not just for your family’s welfare but for the broader goal of our country’s future – both political and economic. Politics and economics will become inseparable in the yea... more
  • Escaping Oz: Navigating the Crisis

    by Jim Mosquera
    After what seemed like a bad dream, the country woke up to find themselves in the Financial Land of Oz. The housing market cratered, stocks fell, and once venerable financial institutions were on life support. The economy struggled. The Wizards stepped in with their own rescue. The economy recovered, but not for everyone. The social fabric tore in Ferguson and Baltimore. The 2016 presidential election split the country even more. The economy and our social fabric can recover, though our... more
  • The New Rules of Consumer Privacy: Building Loyalty with Connected Consumers in the Age of Face Recognition and AI

    by Peter Trepp
    What does it take for companies to survive in today’s fast-changing landscape? The secret: balancing consumers’ often competing desire for privacy, security and convenience. That’s no easy task. Technological innovations have now made it possible to keep consumers safer than ever before, while offering brands never-imagined insight into consumer behavior. And yet, data breaches and privacy scandals undermine consumer confidence on a daily basis. It’s time for a new model. In The New Rules of ... more
  • Web Design & Development Services Dubai

    by Mark Smith
    Wisdom IT Solutions, a multifaceted team of passionate web developers, website designers, marketers, producing brainy & persuasive, the bottom line is driven results. Whether you are a small or large corporation, or a striving Entrepreneur, online or in the real world, our distinct creative services & wide-ranged expertise are what you're looking for. We stimulate brands, focus on strategy, do website design & development, provide digital marketing solutions, and make award-winning mobile apps f... more
  • The Five Year Mark

    by Mike Saunders
    The Five Year Mark is collection of personal stories and lessons I have learnt , while building a business. In short, easy to read chapters, I cover a range of principles and lessons learnt during our company’s first five years, including: vision; leadership; operations; personal development; culture and more. In many ways, this book is something I wish I could have read during the early years of my entrepreneurial journey. It would have saved me some time and money, and I would be further al... more
  • Better Allies: Everyday Actions to Create Inclusive, Engaging Workplaces

    by Karen Catlin

    Are you looking to build a workplace culture with a certain buzz about it? Where employees are thriving and engagement survey scores are through the roof. Where people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, ages, and abilities are hired and set up for success--and they all want their friends to work there too, because it's so awesome.

    One secret to creating this kind of workplace is allyship. And it's something anyone can do.

    In Better Allie... more

  • Dominate Real Estate

    by James Tyler
  • Passive Income Freedom

    by Gundi Gabrielle
    23 proven passive income blueprints with step-by-step instructions and feedback on difficulty, potential pitfalls and earning potential. All presented in fun, breezy SassyZenGirl style with lots of additional resources for further study.
  • Bill Wants a Boat: A Modern Family Journey Through the Perils of Personal Finance

    by Antonio M Thewissen
    Funny and relatable short stories with personal finance lessons. The Shillington Family's anecdotes use an engaging storytelling technique to teach and amuse. Bill is clueless with money but can't wait to retire. His wife, Penny, has a plan but needs to keep cleaning Bill's financial mess. Their millennial son, Florin, has his own fresh take.
  • Dinner for a Dollar: How I Feed My Family a Simple, Allergy-Friendly, Whole Food Diet for One Dollar Per Person Per Meal

    by shelly longenecker
    Dinner for a Dollar walks the reader through the 11-step system Shelly uses to feed her family a simple, allergy-friendly whole food diet with lots of fruits and veggies for $1 per person per meal. Dinner for a Dollar is interactive - complete with concrete, practical action steps that help you slash the amount of time, money, and energy you spend on a whole food diet.

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