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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?
by Tracy KawaIf we were already invented—perfect, whole, and complete—then why do we fight so darn hard to change who we are? Each person on this earth was born with a set of talents and abilities. So could you imagine what life on this planet would look like if each and every one of us actually tapped into these unique talents and abilities? Think about it . . . we’d have this place running like clockwork! What if you could wake up every day feeling energized and enthusiastic about going to work? What w... more
by Jokpeme OmodeThis book is written to change a lot of young people's lives and encourage them to pursue their walk towards their destiny. It talks about the great knowledge we have about our destiny, each and every one of us is purposed for success. Many circumstances may attempt to delay our destiny, but it is rest assured that it will never be denied. We bring on board the issue of life and the journey towards our destiny. It will enlighten and educate a lot of people who wishes to pursue their purpose in ... more
by Robb WagnerHow can you live your best creative work-life by embracing a hybrid model? That's the question innovator-turned author Robb Wagner answers in "The Stimulated Method," a playbook boiling down 10 years of knowledge, insights, rules and counterintuitive mindset shifts gained through his own hybrid experience working on real-world, seven-figure creative projects. This step-by-step guide teaches in-house creative, marketing, brand and communications teams at global companies how to scale their ani... more
by Mohsen EstesnaeiA very practical rule Destroying is always easier than creating. Tearing is simpler than swinging. It takes years to construct a building but it can be destroyed in the blink of an eye. Now, let's see how we can make use of this practical rule. Is it possible to take advantage of destroying poverty instead of making wealth? Doubtlessly, both will lead to the same result. According to the rule I mentioned earlier, destroying is always easier than creating. Hence, theoretically, if we intend to ... more
by Cyndi ThomasonMoms often face the choice between continuing to work or staying home with their children. They believe they must separate their business and personal worlds. Either choice leaves a part of their heart behind. It doesn’t have to be this way! In Motherhood, Apple Pie, and All That Happy Horseshit, bestselling author and seven-figure entrepreneur Cyndi Thomason shows you how to use your personal values to create the business of your dreams, one that supports your family without sacrificing yo... more
by Rob PhelanRaise your hand if you have ever felt embarrassed, guilty, awkward, or uncomfortable talking to someone about money? I know my hand is raised! We live in a society where money is placed alongside politics and religion when it comes to the level of appropriateness to bring up in conversation. This is why many adults report feeling shame or embarrassment around their finances, and don't ask questions or seek help when they don't understand something or need help. M is for Money is changing that... more
by Edward A. ValaitisThis book is designed to help entrepreneurs with one of the most difficult decisions they will ever face which are when and how to sell their businesses. The author is vulnerable and innovative in his approach as it requires left and right brain thinking to make a great decision on something as personal as their business, their life, and their finances which are intertwined in the most valuable asset they own. Often overcoming denial is the biggest obstacle to making a sound decision and this ... more
by Samuel HalpernSubtitled, “Surprising Sources of Meaning and Motivation in Work,” the book uses episodes from my nearly 50-year career— dealing with Warren Buffett and Bernie Madoff, and investment funds for everyone from pro athletes (baseball, hockey, tennis) to Inupiat Eskimos to hundreds of millions in China— as springboards for larger ideas about fulfilling work, across many fields.
by Narinder MehtaLearn how to get job offers in a radically changed work environment. Those changes are still evolving and will coninue to have a profound impact on the workplace. People need to evaluate how their skills match what the new jobs require and learn to navigate the changing workplace. The road to a happy career starts with a job you love. When you get a job that matches your skills and job interests, you are well on your way to a successful career. This book shows how to identify the skills you woul... more
by Antwan WilliamsChildren learn about financial literacy, wealth creation, and money management in this easy-to-follow workbook developed as a second step to Mansa’s Little Reminders book. In this workbook, children will learn the tools to normalize wealth and financial freedom. Learning is easy and long-lasting through the use of interactive exercises and fun assignments. Parents, families, and educators can support their children in developing foundational skills to responsibly earn and retain money. Toget... more
by Peter DockerEveryone is capable of accomplishing extraordinary things. If you share this belief, then this book was written for you. In business and in life, handing over the reins to others is inevitable. Everyone will eventually leave their team, retire from being the CEO, or see their kids leave home and lead their own lives. Leading from the Jumpseat enables us to embrace this inevitability. Leading from the Jumpseat is a metaphor for how we can choose to lead. It's about the journey we take so we ca... more
by Linda UgelowYes, you can learn to love the spotlight. Why do some of us gladly step forward while others shy away from the camera or public speaking, despite having something to say? If you’ve ever watched others take the stage—on video, at conferences, in meetings, or even at your sister’s wedding—and yearned for the confidence to do the same—you can. In this transformational guide, speaking coach Linda Ugelow delivers a holistic methodology that gets to the root of what’s stopping you from sharing y... more
by Darcy EikenbergWhat if you didn’t have to change everything in your career to change your life at work? When hard things happen in our fast-moving careers, conventional wisdom offers 2 options: A) go find a new job, or B) stay put and “be grateful you have a job.” But job hunting is exhausting and complex, and workplace change often disrupts parts of our lives that were going just fine. And staying where we are, without change? That’s soul-sucking and quickly impacts our mental health, physical well-bein... more