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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
by James Tyler
by Gundi Gabrielle23 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.
by Antonio M ThewissenFunny 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 Mealby shelly longeneckerDinner 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.
by Robert CharltonWhat makes this book different from all the other books out there on early retirement? We think it's the amount of personal financial detail we provide. We don’t hold back! You can use this information as a kind of financial yardstick to measure what is possible in your own life. We retired from full-time work at the age of 43. In this book we share with you the roadmap we followed to get from full-time work to financial independence in less than 15 years. If we can do it, so can you! If we c... more
by Christopher KaelinFinally! The ultimate Bid and Proposal Compendium is the most comprehensive guide to winning bids, tenders and proposals. It's packed with lots of hands-on examples and best practice guidance to develop winning proposals. This well-structured and easy-to-read book shares insights to virtually all aspects of modern bid and proposal management. It explains how customers evaluate your bid document and how you trigger their 'yes'. It delivers step-by-step guidance through the entire proposal pro... more
by Jade Logan
Business OverheadsOverheads are the indirect costs which are the costs other than direct materials and direct labour. Overheads are also referred to as standard costs and are a theoretically calculated portion of other related costs that are not billed as a separate item to clients. They are an estimated addition to the base salary costs. The a... more
by David C. TiceTraces the evolution of the TV set and what this has meant to viewers, networks, advertisers, and the rest of the television industry
by Lucila ChavezAbout business and cryptocurrencies
by Vikki Walton
by Laura Ponticello“A must-read for anyone seeking to ignite their creative energy to dream big, visualize positive outcomes, and actualize their destiny.” – Mark C. Coleman, bestselling and award-winning author of Time To Trust: Mobilizing Humanity for a Sustainable Future What if starting today you embark upon a journey to live your truest, most passionate life as a successful entrepreneur? You already possess the vital navigational skills to attain a life of joy, prosperity, and balance. All that’s necessary i... more
by Keli Hammond
What does it take to stand out from the crowd? How do you build a brand people notice, connect with, and trust? Marketing pioneer Keli Hammond walks you through the ins and outs of building a brand that is not only noticed but also sought after and profitable. She uncovers the key elements needed to craft cohesive and clever marketing campaigns and demystifies the components needed to gain influence and be memorable. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been in for a while, ... more
by Rita P. MitchellReady to get what you want out of your life and your career, on your own terms? The comprehensive, go-to career guide is here to show you the way! In her forthcoming book, Own Your Phenomenal Self: A Guide on Character, Success, & Leadership, Rita P. Mitchell dishes on all secrets that will put you on a path toward success no matter your background, experience, education, or credentials.
by Emma MarieWith all the perks a mystery shopper enjoys, it is without a doubt the most attractive part-time job one could imagine. However, have you ever wondered why businesses hire mystery shoppers? Just like the secret shopper itself, business establishments also get a lot of benefits when they employ a mystery shopping company to evaluate their products and services. Here are the top 10 reasons why hiring a mystery shopper is essential in running a business.
Improves the Quality of Servic... more
by Kelly Brogdon GeyerNobody likes to fail especially when it comes to an enterprise-wide change. Failing at Agile Transformation describes the numerous things people do that sabotage an organization's efforts to change. The number of practices you can test out to assist you in your Agile journey are limitless. Unfortunately, the number of counterproductive assaults people perform during the journey are just as limitless. There are countless books, websites and blogs that will describe dozens and even hundreds of dif... more