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by Bud LeedomSupply and Demand Investing explains the process of using imbalances of supply and demand to discover the best performing stocks in the market. This book offers readers a never before seen window into the secretive buying and selling activity of fund managers and institutional investors. For the first time investors can actually “see” the underlying forces influencing stock prices through basic imbalances of supply and demand as found on LSIcharts.com. A landmark achievement that is sure to alte... more
Hire Train Monitor Motivate: Build an Organization, Team, or Career of Distinction in the Transformational Workplaceby David J. Waldron
The transformational workplace of the twenty-first century is front and center. Are you ready to navigate its twists and turns toward reaching your career goals and dreams?
In "Hire ▪ Train ▪ Monitor ▪ Motivate," author and veteran organizational leader, David J. Waldron, offers powerful, yet simple techniques that can dramatically improve your organization, team, or individual career achievements in today’s hyper-competitive local and global marketplaces.
This pra... more
by Stephen MettlingPrinciples of Real Estate Practice in North Carolina contains the essentials of the national and North Carolina real estate law, principles, and practices necessary for basic competence as a real estate professional and as mandated by North Carolina license law. It is based on our highly successful and popular national publication, Principles of Real Estate Practice, which is in use in real estate schools nationwide. The text is tailored to the needs of the pre-license student. It is designed... more
by Jane Moyer
This powerful guide will teach you how to increase your influence, build and engage high-performing teams, and anticipate and successfully navigate change. Moyer tackles the biggest challenges in leadership and breaks them down into five sections: learning and change; strategic productivity; creativity and innovation; communications, collaboration and influence; and developing teams and talent. Each section answers questions such as how to move from arguments to dialogue and be a more product... more
by Phil Ford; Michael Blisko“The unexamined life is not worth living.” Ford and Blisko share Socrates' quote in their offering of The Root Cause Analysis of A Balanced Leader. I believe the timing is right, in our business world, for this treatise which guides the Leader through a Root Cause Analysis process designed for discovery – the discovery of the reader's Balanced Leader within. The illustrated process models Ford and Blisko have designed are both enlightening and practical. They work to highlight the need and provi... more
by Jukka BlombergHow to Profit from China is the only book you need to start investing profitably in Chinese stocks. Today, with the negative news around the Chinese economy, it is easy to forget there are several sectors in China that will outperform most other investment opportunities globally for decades to come. As investors, we want to be in those sectors and get our fair share of the growth. If you are new to investing in Chinese stocks, this book will cover all you need to know. Equally important, i... more
Arizona Real Estate License Exam Prep: All-In-One Review and Testing to Pass Arizona's Pearson Vue Real Estate Examby Ryan MettlingFeatures of Arizona Real Estate License Exam Prep (AZ-RELEP): National Principles & Law Key Point Review Real Estate Math Key Formula Review & Practice Arizona-Specific Laws and Practices National Practice Tests (500 questions) Arizona Practice Tests (100 questions) Arizona Sample Exam (125 questions)
Texas Real Estate License Exam Prep: All-In-One Review and Testing to Pass Texas' Pearson Vue Real Estate Examby Ryan MettlingFeatures of Texas Real Estate License Exam Prep (TX-RELEP): National Principles & Law Key Point Review (45 pages) Real Estate Math Key Formula Review & Practice (17 pages) Texas-Specific Laws and Practices (36 pages) National Practice Tests (500 questions) Texas Practice Tests (125 questions) Texas Sample Exam (100 questions)
Pick the Right Fight: The Entrepreneur's Little Book on Thinking Up the Next Winning New Business Ideaby Jonathan Pan
Unlike most business books that tell you how to run your business better, this book tells you how to come up with an idea in the first place. Discover the five pathways that will lead you towards the creation of your winning idea. At just over 100 pages, this book is a quick, easy, succinct read with all meat and no filler. Finish the book in a few hours and be ready to help yourself or your friends when it comes to new business idea formation.
If you have ever thought ... more
by Massimo MoruzziThis is a book about advertising, social media and Howard Luck Gossage. What has “display advertising”, on the web become, if not the reign of large-scale, low-quality direct response? What about our current obsession with social media? Do consumers really want to have “conversations” with brands? What are social networks if not private enclosures of the web and advertising platforms?
by Karen Dimmick & Steve Dimmick
New clients, consistent income or happy customers – this book will help you no matter how you define success for your WordPress business. In this collection of inspiring interviews with some of the really successful people in the WordPress space, you’ll get to see how and why they started and what they’ve learned along the way. Each one also gives you, the reader, a piece of advice that will speed you on towards your own success
Whether you’re a freelancer workin... more
by Rosemary CoatesGlobal supply chain operations are critically important to business performance and success. Supply chains have grown longer, more complex, and more international, and as a consequence, have become increasingly stretched, brittle, and thin. Although modern companies acknowledge the strategic importance of supply chains, they rarely dedicate sufficient legal and executive resources to ensure that supply chains are effective and protect company interests. Legal Blacksmith: How to Avoid and Defend ... more
by Phil DemuthTaxes Come First Every year, Congress used to paste together a mismash of temporary tax rules. Then the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 rocked this world, making long-range tax planning possible for the first time in a decade. Because tax rates skyrocketed, it also became necessary. Being tax-smart is now more important than ever. In our low-return environment, high taxes on investments gnaw like rats on your profits. Taxes need to be the first thing an investor considers, not an afte... more
by Arnold S. JudsonWhether you work for a business, nonprofit or governmental organization, you’ll find ways to boost organizational performance with this guide that reveals fundamental but often uncomfortable truths about the forces that impact any organization’s performance, and how this can be improved. Arnold S. Judson, who has been helping organizations of all types for almost seventy years, reveals what makes an organization truly successful. He describes how to: • define what success means for any organizat... more
by RadioGuestList.comHow to Get Radio Interviews is the #1 guide to self-publicity for authors interested in getting radio (and podcast) interviews to promote their books "on the air". Based on years of personal radio publicity experience from both sides of the microphone, this steo-by-step guide from the Founder of RadioGuestList.com can help anyone get more publicity, easily and inexpensively.
by Rosemary CoatesDoing business in China is tougher than you think. Not only is the culture vastly different, but China’s experience in manufacturing is still developing. It will be a few years before the majority of manufacturers are up to world standards. In the meantime, quality, contract laws, schedules and logistics must be closely monitored. As a result, the things Westerners must do to be successful are far different from dealing with American or European manufacturers. The best way to quickly come up to ... more