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  • How to start your first business

    by Osman Gulum
    ‘How to Start Your First Business’ tells the unique and inspirational story of Osman Gulum, who left his native Turkey with nothing, to start a new life as a successful businessman and entrepreneur in Warrington, England. Osman’s journey was full of ups and downs, hence the original title of his book "Climbing Mountains". His autobiography, now entitled ‘How to Start Your First Business’ has gone international and been translated into Turkish making him somewhat of a media celebrity back i... more
  • Why Talk Is Cheap: Employee Engagement and the Bottom Line

    by Karen Horn
    Comprehensive, strategic yet practical review of communication within organizations. Connects communication messaging, channels & surveys to create employee engagement and business results. Includes frameworks, templates & step-by-step guides. Useful for C-suite, managers & communication professionals. Will become a go-to reference for communication.
  • Social Media Is The New Revolution In Global Marketing

    by Elanora Brown
    The digital revolution has enormously affected each facet of the business zone—specifically, marketing. The internet has radically changed the way shoppers search for and buy their goods. Where once coordinate marketing strategies, for example, billboards, flyers and TV advertisements were best, cultivating an expansive online presence is presently key. A clear marketing campaign is not enough anymore. As Mark Randall, Director of Marketing and Salesat Bulletproof, notes, 'promoting is not a... more
  • Secrets of a Digital Marketing Ninja

    by Daniel Rosenfeld
    A unique view into the world of Digital Marketing full of insights and tips for building powerful online strategies with the goal of truly sustainable business growth
  • Just Common Sense

    by Mark E. Frels
    This book deals with the author?s opinions and experiences regarding fundamental association management techniques for staff. These management techniques are both different from and similar to traditional corporate management techniques. Some of the differences focus on the dynamics of working with both staff and volunteer leaders and understanding the important differences in effectively working with those two groups. This book includes commentary pertaining to the motivation, supervision, and ... more
  • The Proverbs Management Handbook

    by John A. Guderian

    King Solomon was the wisest, richest man who ever lived. He was also an extraordinary manager. Under his direction, Israel experienced its greatest period of peace and prosperity. Solomon documented his timeless management secrets in the Book of Proverbs, providing guidance on

    • strategy and leadership

    • conflict management and teamwork

    • self-improvement and communication

    • hiring and firing

    • rewards and recognition

    ... more
  • Taxes Made Happy

    by Mario Costanz
    The challenges in operating a successful tax practice have been steadily increasing with stiff competition and new technology making it more difficult than ever to achieve profits and life balance. If you don’t have today’s knowledge to navigate the ever-changing tax preparation industry, you may be on the path to frustration and stagnation. Whether your dream is to make some extra money doing taxes seasonally, own a lifestyle business where your employees will run the show for you seamlessly, o... more
  • Digital Fit: Manifest Future of Business with Multidimensional Fit

    by Pearl Zhu

    The multidimensional digital transformation provides impressive advantages in terms of the speed of delivering business solutions and the ability to adapt to changes. Either be a disrupter or being disrupted, the effects of an increasingly digitalized world are now reaching into every corner of the organization and making significant impacts on every aspect of the business from people, processes, to technology and capability both horizontally and vertically. Digital Fit doesn't mean that ... more

  • A Manager's Guide to Unleashing the Intrapreneur

    by Debbie Wooldridge
    Millennials desire to be autonomous, be creative, and live meaningful lives. But because current company landscapes impede on that, their career is driven elsewhere, to companies that support their priorities. Companies that welcome and provide Millennials intrapreneurial opportunities entice employees to stay and help the company move forward. Millennials will dedicate futures to companies that stake their confidence in and allocate resources to them. The future of corporate America belongs to ... more
  • 5 Steps to Take Before Your Next Job Interview

    by Lawrence OLeary, Ph.D.
    Lawrence OLeary, PhD, found through his research that up to 90 percent of Fortune 1000 organizations use very similar formats for employment interviews. He reveals that format and draws upon his more than thirty-five years of experience conducting employment interviews to help job seekers get the positions they?re targeting. Learn how to: Identify what the interviewers are after in your specific interview, well before you participate in the interview Develop an awareness of the types of quest... more
  • Money Is for Giving

    by Krasimir Karamfilov
    Most of us believe that money should be earned, saved, and invested, so we can use it in the future when we retire. While this is true, very few people know that the most meaningful reason for earning, saving, and investing money is to give it away. Giving away money is not only a generous gesture, but an act rooted in abundance -- the abundance we are all fortunate to share. When we believe that "My money is only my money," we are self-centered and become a closed system. In such a state, ... more
  • THE 12% SOLUTION

    by David Alan Carter

    Build long-term wealth in the stock market, while reducing risk and volatility, with a simple ETF strategy that delivers a 12% average annual return.

    Former day trader David Alan Carter leads readers through a simple ETF trading strategy that automates decision making, reduces risk and volatility in your portfolio, and produces a 12% average annual return. A strategy that’s not pie-in-the-sky and not just a bunch of theory, but rather a systematic plan that is bac... more

  • The Bad Redhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge

    by Rachel Thompson
    *2017 Readers' Favorite Silver Award Winner (Non-Fiction)! *5/5 STARS, Readers Favorite! *4/4 STARS, IndieReader! *"Amazing compilation of data and resources" *"Get this book and start this challenge RIGHT NOW!" *"Incredibly helpful for all writers!" This book is THE SINGLE BEST TOOL every writer needs NOW to build, boost, and grow their author platform. Are you unsure how to market your book? Do you feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of author platform options out there (or not even sure wha... more
  • BREAK FREE: And Live Your UnLived Life

    by Abhijeet Shukla
    This book will help to acquire the right mindset and provide enough knowledge and motivation, to get you started in your own entrepreneurial pursuit. This book : - Helps to understand how making a life is so much more important than just making a living and by making a life one can add more value to their family and also the society as a whole, thereby living a fulfilled life with prosperity and abundance. - Helps to develop an understanding about how easy it can be to start something of y... more
  • What Is a Stump Jumper and How Is It Used?

    by Mike Langer
    A stump jumper, also often referred to as a blade pan, is indispensable for protecting your rotary mower parts when tearing through thick terrain. As tough as rotary mower blades are intended to be, everything from stubborn tree roots to jagged rocks can cause damage to rotary parts. With the blades spinning around a pan-shaped central stump jumper, your mower can move over these impediments without being damaged beyond repair.

    When considering the catalog of available rotary parts an... more

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