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  • The Startup Survivor: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting, Building and Succeeding in Business

    by Michael Maloof
    Have you always had a dream of owning your own successful business? Is the reality of having a startup turning your dream into a nightmare? Successful serial entrepreneur and angel investor Michael Maloof has spent decades helping business owners achieve financial freedom. In his landmark book, he’ll help you transform your fledgling startup into a success story. Through fast-read chapters, real-world techniques, and innovative strategies, The Startup Survivor shows you how to build a better bus... more
  • Digital Boardroom: 100 Q&As

    by Pearl Zhu

    The board of directors as the de facto guardian of modern organizations has an important role to play in steering the organization toward the uncharted water and blurring business territories because they oversee strategy management and set the policy for driving changes. With more and more organizations are on the journey of the digital transformation, from the board composition perspective, which challenges do you face, when and how do you tackle the issue of change in the boardroom? How sh... more

  • My 10 SEO-related Resolutions

    by Mike Langer
    I think New Year’s resolutions are stupid. Usually, they are to lose weight, quit smoking, or do some other major lifestyle change. I’m not one for sticking to those. What about learning? I can resolve to learn more this next year. That’s something I can stick to. The more we learn in this business, the better our bank accounts look. Here is my rough list of 10 SEO-related resolutions for 2017.

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  • Authors Digital Enterprise: A Master Guide for Amazon book sellers

    by Malini Chaudhri
    Authors Digital Enterprise, is a kaleidoscope view of the new internet in its relevance to authors, authors enterprise and digital scalers. It has covered over 100 books on the new internet in its data, and shows, with illustrations, the end product and customer experience. It conveys the great potential of the new digital revolution. The account, with screenshots and images conveys the authors personal experience with levels of artificial intelligence not yet known to many.
  • Secrets Behind Things that Look Good: How Small Changes in Design Lead to a Big Jump in Sales

    by Claire Langju Lee
    If something looks good, there's a good reason why. Secrets behind Things that Look Good presents nine rules captivate consumers the instant they see your product.
  • Take Charge of Your VIEW: Career Advice You Won’t Get From Your Boss

    by Lisa Prior
    Lisa Prior, a 20-year veteran leadership coach and change consultant, is on a mission to help people build the career of their dreams. Unlike most self-help books that tell people to quit their jobs and follow a “do what you love and the money will follow” theory, Lisa challenges you to dig deep to develop yourself, your career and your organization in your current role, whether you work for yourself or someone else. When you take this six-week journey, you will discover your VIEW, Lisa’s fr... more
  • Internet Business Insights: Lessons Learned and Strategies Used by 101 Successful Internet-Based Entrepreneurs (Internet Busines

    by Chris Naish
    Want to succeed as an entrepreneur? Try to get hold of 100+ business people who've made it and pick their brains! Not too easy, is it? Well, luckily it's all been done for you and delivered on a silver platter! Chris Naish and Buck Flogging achieved a remarkable feat by sharing their business wisdom and getting 100 other successful entrepreneurs to reveal their best kept secrets.
  • The Workplace Writer's Process: A Guide to Getting the Job Done

    by Anne Janzer
    The Secrets of Business Writing Success If writing is any part of your job, you owe it to yourself to figure out how to get it done consistently, efficiently, and successfully. This book covers the business communication skills no one teaches you in writing class: What the “curse of knowledge” is and how to avoid it How to streamline collaboration with simple checklists Why the style guide is your friend, and how to create one for your business The most efficient way to approach revisi... more
  • Fitness Powered Brains: Optimize Your Productivity, Leadership And Performance

    by Chong Chen
    The world of business is changing. Productivity and effective leadership are precious commodities. The right strategies for achieving optimal performance are essential. In this new book, neuroscientist presents groundbreaking findings: fitness training increases the number of neurons in our brains; boosts brain efficiency; improves productivity; reduces stress; and more…
  • Custom Logo Designing

    by Sarah Emi
    This book covers from the basics of logo designing to advance level studies, researches, and surveys upon logo designing, branding, and marketing strategies. It also covers the history of logo designing and branding from ancient times.
  • Stretch for Change

    by Gustavo Razzetti
    Discover how to thrive in our unpredictable world. Re-engage with your passions and unleash your true potential by stretching your mindset and ability to adapt. Change is threatening for most of us. The good news is that we can prepare for it. Just as we train our bodies to be fitter, we can train our mindsets and creativity to thrive in change.
  • Rule #1: Don't Be #2

    by Daniel Milstein

    Best-selling author, motivational speaker and business executive Dan Milstein has just written a new book to help you reach your highest potential. \t A man known for motivating others and overcoming his own challenges to create the Gold Star Family of Companies, specializing in Financial Services, Sports Management, Publishing and Film Production, and also the nation’s #1 mortgage lender, shares what has inspired him and how he inspires others in his new book Rule #1 Don’t Be #2 - You Get Wh... more

  • The World's Greatest Salesman: An IBM Caretaker's Perspective: Looking Back

    by Peter E. Greulich
    The New York Times and Time Magazine called Thomas J. Watson Sr., the founder of IBM, the "World's Greatest Salesman." Newsweek wrote that he was a philanthropist, where "none gained more from his beneficence than his own employees." President Eisenhower said he was a man "marked by a deep-seated concern for people." The World's Greatest Salesman is an IBM employee's perspective of Tom Watson Sr.'s leadership during the Great Depression, starting the day after Black Tuesday and ending three days... more
  • THINK Again: IBM CAN Maximize Shareholder Value

    by Peter E. Greulich

    THINK Again is about IBM, its leaders, its employees, its shareholders, its customers, its supportive societies, and one-hundred years of their unique interactions. IBM has had its great, good, and bad moments; and, in this century, some of its ugliest. But there is still hope.

    THINK Again is about IBM, but it IS NOT a technical book; “mainframe” is the most technical term used. THINK Again discusses IBM’s finances, but it IS NOT a fin... more

  • Crushing It in Apartments and Commercial Real Estate: How a Small Investor Can Make It Big

    by Brian H. Murray
    Think apartments and commercial real estate are just for the big boys? Think again. Brian Murray was not an investment pro when he bought his first commercial property. He was a teacher looking to build some side income. Armed with his passion for business and a lot of common sense, he developed a simple yet highly effective approach to investing that he still uses today at his multimillion-dollar real estate company. Crushing It in Apartments and Commercial Real Estate is a beginner's gui... more
  • The Business of Gratitude: Abundance through gratitude and the handwritten thank you note

    by Steven A. Littlefield
    When I finished school it wasn't medical school, so I had to find a way to make my way in the business world and Dale Carnegie stated that it takes 8 to 10 contacts to make a sale. The Business of Gratitude teaches our reader how to implement the handwritten thank you note system to bridge the gap between meeting someone for the first time and developing a deeper business relationship. It is a step by step system allowing you to be in more places more often. Which increases your visibility and ... more