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  • Tomato Economics

    by Olivia Saunders
    The power of dominant economic systems over time have subjugated people, communities, governments, countries and the natural environment to satisfy their biddings. The execution of economic laws and dogma have usurped the sovereignty of people and is chipping away our humanity. It is a perverted paradigm. The shift that is suggested in this book is a shift towards an assumption of abundance and a shift to designing systems and structures particularly those related to the economy to serving human... more
  • Jumping the Queue

    by Michelle Turman, MA, CFRE
    Millennial women are living in a time when career opportunities have never been better—if you want them, that is. In the past, most people accepted the necessity of “putting in the time.” You had to hope you would be in the right place when the next opportunity presented itself, waiting for your turn in a slow, steady queue. This book is about how to seize those opportunities, achieve great things, and get what you want. The first step toward getting what you want is knowing what you want, an... more
  • Beyond the Sale--for Real Estate Agents--How to Create a Great Business and a Life You Love

    by Jerri Udelson
    This is the book that you didn’t know you’ve been waiting for! "Beyond the Sale is a comprehensive guide that will tell you exactly what you need to do to not only build a solid, referral-generated business, but to create a fulfilling and satisfying personal life…” writes Cheryl Richardson, NY Times bestselling author of Take Time for Your Life. Written by a master business/real estate coach and the accomplished manager of two top residential brokerage offices in Boston, Beyond the Sal... more
  • SCRAMBLE

    by Marty Neumeier
    SCRAMBLE is a hybrid business book and fast-paced thriller. One rainy night in December, young CEO David Stone is inexplicably called back to the office. The company's chairman tells him that the board members have reached the end of their patience. If David can't produce a viable turnaround plan in five weeks, he's out of a job. The problem is, he's already used every trick in the book and nothing has worked. His only hope is to try something new. But what? \t The powerful tools at the ce... more
  • Budgeting: A Practical Financial Guide for Millennials and Grads Vol. 1 Get Your Budget on Point (Student Loan Debt, Debt, Save

    by Michael Lawton
    Use These Particle Budgeting Methods To Get Your Budget on Point! To a millennial, someone who actively seeks freedom and autonomy, the idea of creating a budget is not very appealing. In fact, the thought of creating something that seems as a restriction is perhaps why so many Grad students and already-in-the-workforce millennial's are unwilling to budget or even think about the idea of budgeting. The reality is, though, without a budget, your spending choices are unclear, which means you... more
  • Leadership for Colonels and Business Managers

    by Colonel Alok Asthana
    A collection of techniques and related knowledge necessary for middle managers in military and business alike, in order to get more out of their men. Grounded in organizational behavior and psychology, it brings together all aspects of daily leadership, rather than just conceptual points. In addition to being highly informative, the book is also very readable. Written in short self-contained chapters, it is full of anecdotes, personal examples and quotes from military and business leaders. Comin... more
  • Big Boys and Girls Play Hardball: What Consulting for Fortune 500 is Really Like

    by Barbara Roy
    New business eBook for the contractor, consultant, business entrepreneur, new graduate or remote worker entering the workforce who wants to know the inside scoop on what it's like consulting for Fortune 500 companies. Also talks about what it's like working with recruiters, managers, leadership, navigating internal politics, what to watch out for, protecting and positioning yourself, growing your career, how to fill employment gaps, retirement and tips for success. Author anecdotes from personal... more
  • The Intelligent Exit: The Business Owner's Guide To A Winning Strategy For Selling Your Business

    by Mark Carmichael
    Business owners possess an undeniable expertise about their business and the industry within which they operate, yet this knowledge seldom translates into a clear, executable strategy for selling that business. For most, the task of selling a business is an issue they have little experience with, often culminating in an ineffective selling strategy. In The Intelligent Exit, Mark Carmichael distills and shares the wisdom and experience gained during a 25+ year career as a serial entrepreneur ... more
  • Islam in the Workplace: Moslems in the Workplace

    by James E. Horn
    Many companies have lost huge sums of money because they did not handle demands from Moslem employees well. This guideline is a counter to the Council on Islamic Relations (CAIR)' biased, one-sided so-called guideline telling employers how to bow down in supplication to demands of islamist/Moslem workers. This guideline fairly, and with balance addresses those anti-employer efforts at intimidation. Islam in the Workplace points out fallacies and erroneous Islamist claims. This guidel... more
  • Product Launch - A real story from the trenches of corporate America

    by David Jablonski
    Business and love are just two sides of the same emotionally raw coin. My company, like so many others, nearly tore itself apart launching a new product recently. I’m not talking about a bad quarter or lower bonuses, but an existential threat to the entire business and the careers of a huge team that sacrificed thousands of hours with their families. If you want to keep the same disaster from striking your own team, then skip the overpaid motivational speakers and chuck your Six Sigma certific... more
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Obvious: How Obviousness Can Ensure Prosperity For You and Your Organization

    by Dr. Dennis A. White
    In my book you'll learn how a short story written in a popular magazine more than 100 years ago can benefit you and your organization today. You'll learn the difference between innovation and creativity - and why one is the key to organizational success. You 'll learn why failure to identify and execute certain tasks may be dooming your organization. Finally, you'll learn the leadership failure that is the Achilles' heel of most organizations, and why simple solutions are the best approach to so... more
  • SPEAKING Like a Leader

    by Peter Jeff
    It’s not what you say that counts. It’s what they hear. And believe. Earning credibility on the podium and beyond is the thrust behind the third book in The Leadership Mints Series: SPEAKING Like a Leader. The 270 page book will be released on September 25, 2018. Stop talking. Anyone can give a talk. No listeners required. But speech making demands the audience be fully engaged in the process, especially disgruntled employees, disengaged team members and carping customers, note... more
  • Hike A Thosand Miles

    by mark stevens
    To lead people in business or elsewhere, you must first inspire them. This requires taking real or metaphorical hikes to find breakthrough thinking that prompts others to want to join you in achieving moon shots. This book serves as your compass.
  • When A Customer Wins, Nobody Loses!: A winning formula for building lasting customer relationships

    by Gerry Brown
    Bad customer service affects us all every day and it can cost companies millions in lost revenue and ruined reputations. Most companies tell us how important we are and that “Customers are at the heart of everything they do.” Unfortunately for many of us that remains a slick, meaningless, marketing slogan, that is rarely delivered and the outcome is a very different mantra ; “They win, we lose.” But a customer winning? How does that work? Gerry Brown takes us on a journey featuring sto... more
  • A Brand Strategist's Note: Brand and communication concepts easily explained with drawings

    by Sophia Ahn
    A Brand Strategist's Note is an easy-read book of 70 things explained with the casual illustrations for brand strategists and brand marketers. Branding is tricky and complex in many ways and requires lots of theoretical works and deep thinkings. The author intends to provide only short propositions and leave the readers with questions so that they can research more on the interested topics and further develop their own thinkings. . / . "As a brand strategist and marketer, I face tricky chall... more
  • The Money Deception - What Banks & Governments Don't Want You to Know

    by THOMAS HEROLD
    This book unveils over 20 secret methods used by banks, governments and cooperations to legally steal 90% of your income. Brilliantly written and astoundingly easy to understand, this book is an eye-popping exposure of the most sophisticated fraud in the history of mankind.

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