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by Jessica BantomDesign is expression, a service, an act of creativity. But if designers design for everyone, how can there be so little diversity in the profession? In this book, Jessica Bantom examines the implications of design in everyday life, from spaces and products to images and the fashion industry. Too often design concepts are based on assumptions and stereotypes that don’t necessarily reflect customers’ lives and values. Certain company symbols and brands, such as the image of Aunt Jemima, have stirr... more
by Tim CastleThis book will teach you how to create an unstoppable wave of momentum in your business through sales and business development.
by Angie McCourtAuthentic Leadership: Embracing Your Archetypal Gifts introduces 11 authentic leadership archetypal gifts and guidance on how to clear behavior patterns of outdated leadership styles. Authored by Angie McCourt founder, Authentic Me Revolution, tech exec, podcast host and app curator. Do you find it challenging to lead others in a way that meets them where they are? Has it been difficult to navigate goal achievement? Are the old ways of getting things done not working anymore? Join the auth... more
by Jen EsparzaThis easy-to-follow book offers simple steps and solutions that will help you make sense of marketing and what you need for your business. This book will help you: Define your business and your goals Explore free and paid marketing options Understand the pillars of a great website Decipher how to choose what is best for your business Learn how to use social media for your business with step-by-step instructions.
by Cleveland Justis and Daniel Student
Think. Act. Lead. It seems simple enough. But understanding your desired impact and how it fits into a larger picture, connecting your work to others and finding new collaborators, and bringing those collaborators together and moving them in a unified direction is never easy. Governments, businesses, and nonprofits all have unique approaches and ideas that many of us learn through our work. Yet, we rarely consider the skills needed to create and maintain the partnerships between them. Most of... more
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by Sheila Searcy
You do not have to be super rich to live comfortably, so why not manage the money you have? Are you starting your financial journey or contemplating how to manage debt and build wealth? The relatable personal stories and multiple tips in the 9 Strategies to Manage Your Money will help you attain the financial wellness you seek. Learn how to stop living paycheck to paycheck, pay off debt(s), build your credit, save an emergency fund, and start your stock portfolio. The easy-to-follow step... more
by Stenell MyersHas something or someone ever made you feel anger, frustration, and rage that you wanted nothing other than to put your hands on them? This is what debt did to me. I was not getting anywhere. Just living check to check with no budget, no plan, and no financial future. You are about to read my financial perspective on finances and the steps I took to not only get and stay out of debt but help others do the same. Are you ready to apply the tools I am sharing with you so you can whip debt's ... more
by Margaret Graziano
Sometimes corporate leaders forget that businesses are human systems. Revenue, innovation, and growth are all generated by human beings. Employees left Corporate America in droves during The Great Resignation of 2021 and 2022-an important wakeup call. But even when companies try to "fix" or improve their culture, a whopping 85% of these efforts fail. Why is this statistic so dismal? Because you can't put a bandage on a broken culture.
As human systems, companies must heal ... more
by Rafael Moscatel
Build a career for tomorrow with wisdom from today’s thought leaders!
In Tomorrow’s Jobs Today, you’ll learn career tips, leadership secrets, and strategies from today’s most innovative business minds and renowned brands across the globe, including Paramount Pictures, State Farm Insurance, and PwC. You’ll discover exciting careers in emerging fields and find the unique toolset and education to land your dream job!
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by Laura Darrell - MA LeadershipIn her new book, The Promotability Gap: The REAL Reasons You're Not Advancing in Your Career, and What YOU Can Do About It, Laura Darrell applies her 25 years of leadership experience developing people and teams at some of the most beloved companies of our time to help people understand why they aren’t advancing in their careers and how they can take charge of their own professional development. She shares insights from her research conducted with senior executives across the retail, hospitality... more
Wall Street's Grand Deception: Why Your Financial Advisor Might be Hazardous to Your Wealth and What You Can Do About Itby Norman D. PappousFinancial industry veteran Norman Pappous wants to pull back the curtain on how wealth management firms actually work. An insider's account of Wall Street's billion-dollar marketing-machine scams, Wall Street's Grand Deception will arm you with the knowledge to spot high-quality portfolio advice and avoid falling for the fake narratives of Wall Street's marketing machine. You'll discover: How firms evaluate their financial advisors' performances, beginning with sales quotas. Examples of h... more
by Alex GardenerA thorough financial guide sprinkled with light-hearted stories in the spirit of Rich Dad Poor Dad, What I Wish I Knew About Money at 25 is the missing instruction manual for mastering personal finance and achieving financial freedom. What I Wish I Knew About Money at 25 goes beyond the typical personal finance advice of “budget until it hurts” and gives you concrete, realistic ways that any average person can achieve financial independence. This book is about achieving financial freedom by grow... more
by David Muchow
The 7 Secret Keys to Startup Success is a new kind of business book: It takes you step-by-step through all the critical business and legal information startups and growing businesses need, and provides charts, tips, and model forms you can’t get anywhere else. It’s fun, like a Rich Dad, Poor Dad for startups and growing businesses.
It covers all the basic information and much more, like having an expert lawyer and business consultant by your side at every step. It Inclu... more
by Dan Albaum
Be an Impact Maker! In business, it’s all about making a positive impact every day. Be inspired by the voices of more than 75 leaders from around the world sharing key learnings from their journey to exceptional leadership, including: building vibrant cultures of innovation, developing authentic relationships, embracing diversity, improving strategic decision-making by leveraging data, demonstrating leadership behaviors that generate exceptional results and t... more
by Pierce Brantley
#1 best-selling author Pierce Brantley is back with a new way for entrepreneurs to save time, avoid burnout, and discover a proven path to stress-free people management.
Do you know why most entrepreneurs never see their business grow to its fullest potential? It’s not their talent or work ethic that stops them. It’s not even the quality of the product or service. Even the best small businesses will fail if the owner never discovers how to leverage the time an... more