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by John PabonThe Great Greenwashing will help readers understand what they read and hear when it comes to saving the Earth. Words should never be taken at face value. After all, they only tell part of a story. We’re going to take you from being a passive observer to someone who can push for change. To get there, you’re going to have to learn to read between the lines. Like a good journalist, it’ll be your job to get to the true heart of a matter. Now’s not the time to take prisoners or pussyfoot around the i... more
by Gary Shorter
Avoid the Rising Costs and Fears of Inflation! Be a Smarter Investor with These SAFE (8%-13%) Funds to Protect Your Money’s Value!
If you want to gain a better financial understanding in these areas:
What is the best investment platform?
Which is better, Mutual Funds or ETFs and why?
What’s a better investment, individual stocks or these funds?
Then you need to read this book and save it for future reference.
by Dr. Stephanie Krol
2022 INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD (IPA), Distinguished Favorite - Animals -Pets
2022 INDEPENDENT BOOK PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION (IBPA), Benjamin Franklin Award - Animal & Pet- Silver Medal Winner
2021& 2022 NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL Best Seller Amazon
WINNER 2022 LIVING NOW BOOK AWARDS (IPPY), Gold Medal Winner- Animal/Pets
WINNER 2022 NYC BIG BOOK AWARD (GABBY Book Awards), Animals-Pets Nonfiction, Gold Medal Winner
NYC 2022 BIG BOOK AWARD, Distinguished Favorite ... more
by Timothy Mwololo Waema, Ron Price, Evans BaiyaFrom foundation to fully optimized Every executive acknowledges the importance of having a business strategy, but when it comes to creating and implementing a strategy for their organization, the “how” and “what” of strategic planning becomes elusive. In their manuscript, Optimizing Strategy for Results, authors Waema, Price, and Baiya give leaders the tools, processes, and step-by-step instructions to establish a proven framework for creating a strategy that can be dynamic and responsive, ad... more
by Sean Casterline
A comprehensive guide to international investing. Opportunities to tap into foreign markets and, in turn, entirely new investment universes-that have traditionally been accessible only to hedge fund managers-are at hand, and this book offers you the straight story on how to look abroad for the next addition to your portfolio.
by Phil Simon
𝗕𝗼𝗼𝗸 𝗜𝗜: 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗙𝘂𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗪𝗼𝗿𝗸
For decades, organizations of all sizes and in all industries have struggled at managing projects. Even though employees primarily worked together in physical offices, rare was the project that came in on time and on budget and delivered what stakeholders expected.
The M-F/9-5 in-person world of work is gone forever. Depending on the country, more than nine in ten people would rather quit their jobs than return to the office fi... more
by Renee Rose
Are you tired of the grind?
Sick of the agony, constant striving, and disappointment of your author career? Are you ready to transform it into something that matches your dreams? Do you want to: Attract raving fans Have your books go viral Hit bestseller lists Feel inspired, and love both your books and your process Create wealth beyond what you’ve imagined from your books? Write to Riches will teach you the power of abundance mindset, manifesting your d... more
by Amber RoseEver wondered how to build good credit? Unsure where to start? Confused by all the contradictory information out there? Find the notion of reading a long, dry “How-To” book unappealing? Here is the solution. Within these pages, you will find a short but comprehensive guide to building good credit, what to consider when applying for a loan, and common mistakes to avoid. In a simple Q&A format, Amber Rose will teach you everything she learned from working in the banking industry for fifteen yea... more
by P.W. IrvineWhat are the simple things you need to do to be a better manager? How do you go about having more time and less stress in your work life? In return for a little of your time, The Hour Guide to Management will give you the tools you need to be a confident, effective manager. In straightforward terms, with practical easy to follow steps, the book explores and answers the questions that challenge new as well as experienced managers: • The things you need to do to get people to follow you. • How ... more
by Gregory V. DiehlWesterners today grow up with abundant opportunities to determine their own values, identities, and roles in society. But for generations, millions who lived under Soviet rule in the USSR had these essential freedoms withheld, determined instead by a central authority that claimed the right to choose for them and enforce their compliance. Thirty years after the Soviet Union’s decisive collapse, the old communist paradigm continues to limit those who come of age in a post-Soviet world. Everyon... more
by Kurt AmentThis hands-on guide shows you how to use levels of edit to turn dysfunctional documents into healthy documents. It provides a flexible 12-step process to diagnose problems, develop treatments, and prevent relapses. And it explains how to create, maintain, enforce, and even automate consensual writing guidelines to keep your documents healthy. Each step identifies the roles of writers, editors, and managers. You can customize the process, as needed.
by Cherry-Ann Carmelia CraigwellA literature piece that identifies the different transitions a business must experience and what is required by the business owner to ensure success and preparation for the next phase of growth. Recovery methods is inherently necessary for an organization to adopt to ensure sustainability in harsh environments when disaster occurs.
by Cherry-Ann Carmelia CraigwellA careful look at the Human Resource in a business environment and how the energy of this resouce can be changed from an asset to a liability. As a business owner adopting the right principles through the business culture will assure the development of the human capital.
by Cherry-Ann Carmelia Craigwell
by Cherry-Ann Carmelia CraigwellA comparison between the two personalities of the Hustler and the Manager in engaging the business journey, analyzed with the famous fable of the tortoise and the Hare. The literature piece highlights the challenges and opportunities of the personalities and the success of the business owner in adopting both energies in their business venture. The presentation is easy to read and adaptable for any SME business owner schedule.
by Kelly LeeHank the hamster had a few things he was looking to buy. He wanted to get his mom a cake for her birthday, a pair of new shoes, and a few other items. However, he didn’t have enough money in his “spend” piggy bank for everything. What should he do?