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by Fabi W. PreslarWhen Fabi Preslar entered the world of business ownership, she never knew how powerful F words could be. Twenty years later, she's sharing what she's learned in "Fabulous F Words of Business Ownership: Redefining Choice Words to Fuel Your Small Business." Throughout the book, we journey along with Fabi through her forefather's lessons in business ownership to the fear and facade we all experience as business owners and finally into flourishing in the spaces we have built. With probing questions ... more
by Pearl Zhu
The purpose of the book “Digital Hybridity: How to Strike the Right Balance for Digital Paradigm Shift” is to shed some light on how to strike the right balance of stability and changes; being transactional to keep spinning and being transformational to leap forward for making a seamless digital paradigm shift. Digital organizations should apply the hybrid management approach, focus on building a diverse, networked, and extended modern working environment in which the powerful dig... more
by Mike LangerPeople with low income or those who are unemployed often have various benefit packages which help them to stay solvent in life. One of the essential schemes which allow such people to receive a remuneration is the universal credit. Most people have no idea about universal credit how to appeal or what this is in general. So, first, we will check out what universal credit refers to and then move onto the appealing of this benefit... more
by Elanora BrownTrying to build a replica of a Chinese bot Xiaolce, built in 2014, moreby Tashema LindseyAmazon! The world's most innovative company is bigger than just the shopping portal Amazon.com. The Amazon Effect makes moves in many industries. And within this ecosystem contains 50 Ways for Everyone to Make Money Regardless of Skill, Age, or Location. There are 12-year-old kids selling on the Amazon platform, there are kids of every age streaming and playing video games on the platform while making money. There are also adults earning money creating skills and flash briefings for Alexa bra... moreby Elanora BrownAlthough we’ve all been raving about the iPad for quite some time now, there are surprisingly few really good quality sites that have been optimized for iPad use. Most sites simply present their traditional generic desktop browser version- which works well enough, but misses the opportunity to really tailor user experience to this format, and utilize the specific features the iPad offers.
In late 2010, theVictorian Government Department of Education & ... moreby Elanora BrownDo you know how to make the most of your resources? You may know all about the best solutions for your customers or how to make the most of what you have, but have you thought about how to make the most out of your digital resources? A great digital agency like Magento can make a huge difference to the way that you interact with the world, but before you do, you must think about what areas you want it to cover.
For example, how do you feel about social networking platforms like Twitte... moreby John O’DuinnWhat if you could have a meaningful, well-paid career without a daily commute to a physical office? What if your team or organization could work well together even when physically apart? What if your organization's "work from home" policy was a competitive advantage, while also helping address important social, diversity, urban planning and environmental issues? If you are working in, joining, or starting a distributed team, this book is for you. This easy-to-read book has short chapter... moreby Nkosinathi Kinqa
This is the latest and easy to apply facebook remarketing training designed to take you by the hand and walk you through the process of getting the most out of facebook as a marketing machine for your business. This book explains what remarketing and pixels are and how to make them work for you. The book also talks about how to leverage facebook platform as a business marketing tool to promote and grow your own business. This book effectively demystifies the remarketing process and shows... moreby Nkosinathi Kinqa
This is the latest and very easy to apply facebook ads training, designed to take you by the hand and walk you through the process of getting the most out of facebook ads for your business. This is an easy-to-use introduction to the world of facebook advertising and remarketing and is created with a relative beginner in mind. This book enables the reader to understand the facebook ads basics, how to set them up step by step and have creative strategies. This book has go... moreby Ron Priceby Michele Ryan
Oh, the allure of Passive Income! The mere idea of financial freedom turns a millionaire wannabe into an entrepreneur grasping for niche sites, drop shippers, affiliate marketing partners, and investment property for house flipping. It also attracts scam artists, flim-flammers and snake oil salesmen. These charlatans prey on hard-working, wealth-building people. They make promises of lavish lifestyles with little effort. They insist they are not get-rich-quick schemes. But they are designed t... more
The Truth about Passive Income: Real Opportunities or Snake Oil Scams?: How to Build Your Own Strategy for Achieving Financial Fby Michele RyanOh, the allure of Passive Income! The mere idea of financial freedom turns a millionaire wannabe into an entrepreneur grasping for niche sites, drop shippers, affiliate marketing partners, and investment property for house flipping. It also attracts scam artists, flim-flammers and snake oil salesmen. These charlatans preying on hard-working, wealth building people. They make promises of lavish lifestyles with little effort. They insist they are not get-rich-quick schemes. But they are desig... moreby Dave BookbinderAs someone who's regularly involved in the valuation of intangible assets, I'm often asked which intangible asset is the most valuable to a company. I've always believed that it's the people. But sometimes it's just hard to quantify exactly what that value is. And as someone who has tried to quantify the value of people for a large part of my career, I can tell you it's usually the other intangibles, like patents or trademarks that mathematically wind up proving to be more valuable assets. W... moreby Danny Kuykendall
Doctor of Psychology and consummate pool player Danny Kuykendall is best known as the entrepreneur behind Danny K’s Billiards & Sports Bar in Orange County, CA.
In OPEN BAR, he explores the complicated personal journey that led him to open Danny K’s, and how his unique life path and background in psychology inform his approach to business, management, and customer service. From navigating initial bureaucratic setbacks while turning an abandoned Gold’s Gym into a bar, t... more