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by Drake TaylorThe four hats is how leadership is dynamic and ever changing. That being said one must always switch between hats when engaging with their subordinates. This is a fresh approach which puts humanity back into leadership. In an ever changing world people are at the center of everything we do. So why not lead the best way possible. For those just starting out or those who have lost touch along the way. This book is aimed at helping someone become the best leader and person they can become.
by Ari Gerzon-KesslerMoneyFit aims to be as straightforward as possible, covering the core ingredients and habits required to cultivate financial prosperity. Maintain them and you’ll create life-changing opportunities and transform your relationship with money. Whether or not you have debt, developing and following a clear savings plan is the next step to cultivating greater financial well-being. By financial well-being, I mean a state defined by a sense of abundance and choice, rather than limitations, scarcity, an... more
by Maddison White
In the modern day and age there is only so much you can do to expand product awareness to the masses with billboards, posters and flyers. With the increasing influence of the virtual world in our day to day lives, it is important that you tap into that virtual world too, so as to make your footprint in the world where people spend most of their time in. However, it is not easy, since there are so many others who are doing the same thing that has made the virtual world a very saturated one, wh... more
by Jilli Rose
People and horses have worked together to achieve a variety of goals over the centuries. Farmers use horses for help around the farm, kids use horses to explore trails and some people ride horses for pleasure. However, if your main interest lies in horseback riding, might as well gear up.
A horse tack is a special type of equipment for horses. And they are kept in a room also known as the tack room so that the equipment stays nice and clean for longer periods of time. The tack... more
by jeeva babyThe main goal of ayurvedic treatment is to provide healthy treatment to the people without any side effects.It is mainly a part of our tradition,so that we are always using natural products for our treatment.It is far better than allopathy treatment and people can recover from the diseases easily.Ayurveda is the magic of natural healing.Many inborn diseases can be cured using this treatment.
by Dr. Tom DePaoliCan you become a great leader by storytelling? Unequivocally! Dr. Tom DePaoli wrote a book to prove it. With his book Leadership by Storytelling: The Best Way to Learn Good Leadership Principles, he reveals some authentic principles of great leadership. The principles are demonstrated with compelling leadership stories that support the beliefs. Dr. Tom provides twenty-six principles of successful leadership. He notes that the oldest methods of passing down knowledge was storytelling. A tribe st... more
by Lisa A. Holmes MSHRLearn the secrets of success in job hunting from Lisa A. Holmes, a human resources expert with more than thirty years’ experience. Her “soup-to-nuts” guide will help you hone your hunting skills, land and keep your desired job in an ever-changing market. This practical guide to the modern career search will help you better understand the emotional journey of the job search, how to create a stellar résumé and develop strong communication skills, and get insider knowledge of what HR and recruit... more
by Michael SwigunskiWhat if you could travel forever while radically advancing your career? College. Graduation. Work a 9 to 5 job, save up and retire on a pension. This isn’t the correct path for everyone. Nor should it be. Global Career: How to Work Anywhere and Travel Forever is a paperback for your backpack, a step-by-step blueprint to travel the world, build a successful career others wish they had, and build a life that most people only dream of. This comprehensive guide is filled with genuine stori... more
by extreem tacticalBuy tactical gear clothing that contains the seven layers of protective shield from the snow and cold. There is a bottom layer, an insulation coating, and additional layers that are widely known as shell layers. It is advisable to buy tactical clothing in a wise manner as these clothes are finished for training or multiple tactical operations, plus there are quite a bit lighter than other diverse sorts of milit... more
by Pearl Zhu
Quality Management is the capacity to improve business systems or processes consistently and inspire a culture of improvement to achieve business milestones and goals across the organization. Quality is defined by a number of factors, such as reliability, reusability, precision, proficiency, effectiveness, or efficiency, etc. In essence, quality is about meeting the needs and expectations of customers with consistency. To systematically lead an organization into good practices to focus on qua... more
by Rosa Ann CrowderEmbrace a “List Making” Lifestyle. Procrastination is our enemy. Don’t be controlled by fear! The way to a successful business is going after what you want? Your success is in your hands. Passion - Make a list of services or products that bring out your emotions. It all comes down to how you look at your talents and what you are passionate about and make it into a business. The solution is - to take control of that intelligent mind that is within you. And be the master of your domain. Trans... more
by Dr. Tom DePaoli
Have you endured awful leaders in your career? Dr. Tom DePaoli sure has. In his new book Boogeyman Leadership: How to Turn Your Employees into Listless Zombies, he showcases poor leaders and their tactics that inevitably failed. Dr. Tom believes it is very important to know what does not work first, so that an aspiring good leader does not waste time on such approaches. He does not pretend to offer any silver bullet solutions to these poor policies. Boogeyman Leadership recounts many bad lead... more
by Sharon E. Jones
There’s nothing more frustrating than playing a game without knowing all the rules. Lawyer and diversity consultant, Sharon E. Jones, can attest to this in her professional life. Jones demystifies ten "unwritten" rules of workplace culture and provides over 100 strategies to help women, people of color, millennials, and other professionals succeed.
by Aaron Abbott
by Spectrum Bundles DealsI am living in metropolitan, but I think, if I were not living, it doesn’t matter at all the reason is the world in contemporary times is like a global village. Internet is everywhere and now is the age of E-commerce means people are purchasing and prefer to purchase on the Internet. So now we don’t have those benefits of metropolitan that we used to have around ten years before. In fact, life in the metropolitans is so hectic and causing dementia. Where our dependency on the internet is incre... more
by Julie Tai
LED displays in public places play an important role in today's world of advertising, informing people and disseminating general awareness. Public spaces are perhaps one of the best places to create a digital LED display. LED screens are used for both the exterior and interior of public spaces. But each numeric character requires a slightly different environment so that it can realize its full potential. Here are some benefits of using LED screens in public places:
Manage an E... more