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  • Stories of the Indebted

    by Jorge P. Newbery
    Millions of Americans today are mired in unaffordable debt. While breaking the chains of debt may feel like an insurmountable problem, a debt-free life is not out of reach. Jorge Newbery was once $26 million in debt. Today, he is the founder and CEO of American Homeowner Preservation and, both dedicated to helping debtors escape from the financial nightmares he faced. In Stories of the Indebted, Jorge imparts strategies, tools, and techniques to settle debts at big discount... more
  • Building a Showcase Culture, Powerful and Practical Keys for Manufacturing

    by Mark Lado
    A comprehensive manufacturing operations excellence book for building a factory showcase culture. The elements apply to all manufacturing processes including advanced technologies. The 4th industrial revolution introduces more innovation and digital technology, but the lessons in this book will stand the test of time.
  • The Blockchain You Don't Know (The Decentralisation Trilogy Book 1)

    by Daniel Mark Harrison
    The Blockchain You Don't Know is the most authoritative book there is on financial innovation on Blockchain. Written by well-regarded and controversial innovator Daniel Mark Harrison, the book takes you to places no other comparable technical or financial text book will do today.
  • What Should You Expect of Your Farm Equipment Supplier?

    by Mike Langer
    If you’re thinking about purchasing new farm equipment for sale, you know it’s a big investment and you hope it’s going to last you for years. Does that mean you simply run to the closest farm and garden store, hoping for the best? Knowing the importance of the purchase, clearly not. Proximity alone definitely shouldn’t determine your choice of farm equipment supplier. In fact, there are far more important factors to consider when it comes to farm and tractor stores.

    Firstly, what do ot... more
  • Book Smart: The Ninety-Day Guide to Writing and Self-Publishing for Busy Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and Corporate Professio

    by Linda Griffin
    Do you want to write a book but aren’t interested in becoming a professional writer? In the past it would take months or years to be published by one of the big New York publishing houses. In these pages you’ll learn how to write, self-publish, and launch a book that teaches or inspires. Based on the same process Linda uses with her private coaching clients, Book Smart includes: •\tHow to avoid common self-publishing pitfalls and produce a well-written, beautifully designed book •\tHow to e... more
  • Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind for Business Success

    by Odille Remmert
    No matter what is going on in your business right now - whether you're trying to improve the results of your existing business, are starting a new business, or are struggling to take the leap from full-time employment to earning a living from doing what you love - the results you're experiencing are coming from references in your subconscious. This book will give you the details on how your subconscious is programmed, how it is controlling every aspect of your life, and how to change it. Fol... more
  • Delivering Successful Megaprojects - Key Factors and Toolkit for the Project Manager

    by clement Kwegyir-Afful
    ‘The book combines project management, leadership and motivational techniques that will help the project leader achieve their definition of success. The book explores what success really means. Several projects, like the Sydney Opera House, Channel Tunnel Link, and Jubilee line extension, were considered a failure, but can now be considered as huge successes. Are we accurately tailoring the right criteria to define the success of large infrastructure projects, or are we just sticking to the ... more
  • Financial Guide to Life: Managing, Saving, Investing, and Spending Your Money

    by John Kimball

    This book is better than free – it will pay for itself many times over. Get money-saving tips, easy-to-read examples, step-by-step explanations, practical checklists, and hard-learned advice to improve your financial future. Additionally, get links to the best internet sites, tools, calculators, comparison aids, databases, smartphone apps, and resources that will make it easier to manage, save, invest, and spend your money.

    The Financial Guide to Life covers the key things you nee... more

  • Bank Magic: Financial Literacy for Young People

    by K Samuel Murray
    Bank Magic began as Murray’s response to the questions and conversations that came from his clients. He was inspired to provide his clients and in particular, their children, with sound advice on managing their finances. He often heard his clients say, “No one ever taught me about this" or "This is the stuff I wish they taught me in school."
  • Reverse Mortgage 360: A New Perspective

    by Jim Hostler
    Reverse mortgages aren’t what they were only a few years ago! Subsequently, there are many myths, misconceptions, and just plain wrong information prevailing today. This book was written to dispel those myths and misconceptions while sharing how today’s reverse mortgage works, along with its many features. New and accurate knowledge of how they work gives a new perspective of them. Now, a reverse mortgage can be used to provide peace of mind and quality of life in a senior’s golden years. Rever... more
  • The Perils of Real Estate

    by Property Phase LLC
    This book warns investors, homeowners, and tenants of most of the scams in the real estate marketplace.
  • The Stepford Employee Fallacy: The Truth About Employee Engagement in the Modern Workplace

    by Jonathan D. Villaire
    Employee engagement has become the hot topic in business circles over the past several years. Although many leaders have a basic understanding of what it is and how it affects business outcomes, they rely on a set of faulty assumptions about how to create an engaged workforce. These assumptions—mostly carry overs from an old-school management mindset—distort the true meaning of employee engagement. The Stepford Employee Fallacy tells leaders what they need to hear and what employees are too afra... more
  • Wired to Resist: The Brain Science of Why Change Fails and a New Model for Driving Success

    by Britt Andreatta, PhD
    Every year failed change costs billions of dollars. We are biologically wired to resist change: it’s the key to our survival and the obstacle that often gets in the way of us fulfilling our potential. Wired to Resist provides a new understanding of our biology and why change fails, despite our best plans. Dr. Andreatta synthesizes the latest research into a new model for change that harnesses the power of neuroscience and shows you how to thrive and lead through all kinds of change.
  • Wired to Connect: The Brain Science of Teams and a New Model for Creating Collaboration and Inclusion

    by Britt Andreatta, PhD
    Teams power the majority of work around the world, yet lack of effective collaboration is a leading cause of workplace failure. Dr. Britt Andreatta synthesizes the latest findings from neuroscience and what differentiates high-performing teams from the rest. Wired to Connect provides a new understanding of how unconscious bias, inclusion, trust, and purpose impact teams and how you can create the necessary conditions for true collaboration and team excellence. Whether you’re a team member or lea... more
  • Jesus & Co.

    by Bruce L Hartman
    Many Christians in the workforce, over 120 million Americans, desire to know Jesus more deeply and expand their faith lives. Our Vision of Jesus has been skewed by the dogma and polity of our religious institutions, the fringe element of religious thought and a decline in the institutional church. Jesus has become less relatable, and the forces of our contemporary society have hidden Jesus away in a dark closet. Jesus & Co. is a non-dogmatic and disruptive voice that retells the purpose and stor... more
  • Bray Makes Money and Buys a Toy

    by Ken Moultrie
    Bray and his Dad finds a business adventure that allows Bray to raise money and purchase the toy he has always wanted. Dad takes Bray through some basic lessons on business so that he can find success.