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by James LangeThere were two married couples, the Rushers and the Planners, with identical earnings records and investments. The Rushers didn't read this book and during retirement, they ran out of money. Bad news. The Planners, however, took the time to read this short little book, implemented the recommended strategies, and when the Rushers were barely scraping by, the Planners were living comfortable in retirement. If you want to be a Planner and not a Rusher, please read this book. Why? Because a... more
by Luke ArnceThe Scholarship Game is a guide to the college application and scholarship selection processes written from the perspective of someone who just finished them. The book provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the application process beginning with developing a resume and deciding where to apply, and ending with negotiating with colleges and making a final decision. It covers how to approach every aspect of a college application as well as tips for writing scholarship applications and breakdowns of... more
by Pearl Zhu
Modern corporate boards play significant roles in guiding businesses in the right direction and achieve expected business results. Due to the “VUCA” characteristics -Complexity, Uncertainty, Ambiguity, and Velocity of the Digital Era, the directorship in any organization must have the agility to adapt to changes and build abilities to advise, inspire and motivate a group of people toward accomplishing shared visions and goals. If a Board is to fulfill its fiduciary responsibilitie... more
by Pearl Zhu
We have moved into the new digital age when information is abundant and where creativity becomes a baseline competence. The race of human against machine is ongoing. The knowledge life cycle is significantly shortened, and the pace of information technology is so rapid that no one can rest on a static mindset, past accomplishments, or the wishful thought that everything is perfect the way it is. Indeed, mindset is far more important than talent. Talent can always be developed by those who kee... more
Baby Boomer Entrepreneur: Implementing the Boomer Business Success System ®: The Complete and Proven Guide to Starting a Succeby Oreste J. DAversaBoomer Business Success System ® is a simple, easy to understand and implement “business in a book” to creating and operating your own business in a relatively short amount of time. You being the boss and controlling you own destiny to create unlimited income! Whether you’re thinking about retirement, re-inventing yourself or starting a new business, with the right planning, methods and techniques you can take charge of your financial life once and for all and it’s all here with the Boomer Bu... more
by Rochelle Carter
Seven revolutionary steps to selling more books & becoming the Authorpreneur you are meant to be
Congratulations, you've finished the first draft. Your next challenge? Creating a business that generates regular income while allowing you to do what you love. Authors have unlimited resources, opportunity and potential to cultivate a successful writing life, break out, and find an audience for their work. Yet so many still find their careers stuck in neutral.... more
by Robert BrownThe HST Model for Change strips away much of the modern complications of Organizational Development, such as psychological inventories, the bull elephant of culture, and the always feared resistance to change. “HST” stands for “Harnessing the Speed of Thought.” The model begins the change process where it actually starts, in the human brain, then expands outwards through teams and leaders to move the entire organization forward. By beginning with the basics, how the human brain works, this ... more
by Doctor Raam
Why Leadership Sucks: Volume 2: Senior Servant Leadership Fundamentals and the Pain, Pitfalls, and Challengesby Miles Anthony Smith
In this day and age, we talk about leadership and more and more books are available on the subject than ever before. The single keyword ‘leadership’ offers up more than 640 million search results on Google alone, and via the internet we can access leadership courses (like mine on Udemy.com) and online information more quickly and easily than ever before. We have more management consultants than ever before in the history of the world. Yet we have a severe lack of leadership in most areas of g... more
by Julie Benezet
The Journey of Not Knowing is a fast paced, entertaining read that gets to the heart of a critical state in today’s business climate and society overall: the constantly changing, ambiguous 21st Century and the uncharted waters ahead. This book will inspire leaders of any size organization to come to grips with the scariness of the unknown while it advances a new approach to leadership that leverages the discomfort of the new as a powerful source of inspiration rather than a deterrent to... more
by Merlon Harper
Written in straightforward lanage, this guidebook helps you understand money, gives you the tools and insight you need to:
- navigate college without taking out too many loans;
- pay off debt you've already acquired;
- use credit cards and bank accounts responsibly;
- boost a lagging credit score;
- get the best deal on a car, invest, plan for retirment and much more.
Filled with charts, graphs and examples of how managing money right can ... more
by Joseph C NewtzImagine how much money you could make if you could apply the strategies that an accomplished financial advisor uses with his multi-million dollar clients! MoneyRx: Your Prescription for Financial Success is a book that you MUST READ before you purchase any financial product. Joseph C. Newtz breaks down complicated financial topics into simple, actionable, and manageable concepts that anyone can use and put into practice.
by info MozzoBusiness without Information technology is the thing of yester years. Every business – small or large has to resort to information technology in one way or the other for survival in the competitive market.
by Dominik Imseng
IT WASN'T GERMAN ENGINEERING ONLY THAT MADE THE VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE AN ICON. IT WAS A MANHATTAN ADVERTISING AGENCY, TOO. Created in 1959 by Doyle Dane Bernbach and continued through the '60s and early '70s, the campaign for the Volkswagen Beetle is considered the best of all time. More than just promoting a car, it promoted a new kind of advertising: simple, charming, intelligent and, most of all, honest.