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by Dionne FieldsSextillion Dollar Rain is an inspirational novel about a little boy, raised by a single mom. Rain has big dreams one day of being a sextillionaire to help his mom. And other kids all around the world, through his organization some day.
by Erwee CoetzeeA Beginners Guide to Making Money Online is a step-by-step guide that shows you exactly how to get started with making money online. Among other things we show you how to do effective keyword research, how to set-up the different Google products you will need as well as tips on writing SEO friendly content that gets high rankings on search engines like Google
by Howard B. Hill
As a Wall Street professional for over 25 years, Howard B. Hill was one of the key individuals responsible for building the mortgage securitization market, and he understands it the way few do.
In Finance Monsters, he analyzes the securitization market from its inception through its glory years through its disastrous legacy. He takes you onto the trading floors, to meet the people who made the market boom...and bust. You'll get to know the people who drove the business, and what dro... more
by Lisa DellarossaAn inspiring story of Lisa Dellarossa's journey to pay off credit card debt in a short amount of time, and still maintain her career as a full time vocalist. Lisa shares with us her heart warming, encouraging and sometimes comical stories and insightful views on how to live frugally and stretch hard earned dollars. She shares her secrets on how to uncover those extra 'pennies from heaven' while still enjoying living the 'simple life'. She proves in any fickle industry, as long as one lives be... more
by Svetlana Kouznetsova
Do you want to increase your audience for your podcasts, videos, live events? Website owners, audio and video producers, event organizers, employers, educational institutions, those considering careers in captioning and interpreting, and anyone interested in improving communication and information access will find this book useful and enlightening. It dispels common myths about deaf and hard-of-hearing people, describes author's personal experiences with deafness, and shares some examples... more
by Sara E. Benson
Today, four out of five real estate sales are in condominium or homeowners association communities. There are lots of great communities out there, but you need to know that there are some very real horror stories, too. A big shocker: Most homeowner associations are run by unpaid, untrained volunteers who are managing their share of an annual $90-billion industry. That’s your real-estate investment and your money!
Co-authors, Sara E. Benson and Don DeBat, have made real estate the ... more
by Eddie Flores, Jr. & Elisia Flores
This fun and informative book is unlike any book on Chinese business etiquette and culture. It is written in a style that in Hawaii, we call "talk-story." The book gives tips, suggestions and lessons through the author's personal stories as well as comics drawn by one of the most well-known graphic artists in Hawaii.
by Christine SparacinoNewly Retired or Thinking About It and Wondering “Now What?” Energize Your Retirement: Stories of Passionate Pursuits presents retirees (ages 59 through 84) across the United States who found their passion in fun, meaningful, and stimulating activities. Enjoy entertaining personal stories, fascinating facts, and multiple resources to help you begin your new chapter in life. Meet Harriet, the mushroom hunter from Oregon; Kevin, the woodturner from Massachusetts; Voni and her husband, Paul w... more
by RP DahlkeWhy should you read THIS book on promoting for your book? Because these ideas are the result of my own 4 years of selling my books on Amazon. My ideas are short, concise, and you should be able to find enough gems in it to feel that it's worth it--if not, you have 7 days to get your 99cents back from Amazon!
by James P. MoorheadA real estate lease agreement is one of the biggest financial obligations of any company. The tenant must review the lease to make sure it is sound from both business and legal perspectives. Written in a conversational style for the non-lawyer business executive, Tenant Leasing 101 offers companies the essential strategies and tips to help simplify the negotiation of their next lease.
by Robert MacArthurIn 1998 I was involved in a government action that closed a large for-profit education company. I spent the next 15 years hunting that industry, which is composed of 12 public companies. The book is 320 pages, which largely targets the criminal behavior of University of Phoenix. Packed with lawsuits and government reports, this book will be highly controversial. Not since Madoff has the world seen so much fraud. All the chatter about rising student debt is a function of for-profit education. ... more
by Jeff ResnickThe Secrets of Successful Advertising eagerly await your discovery, not merely through Art or Science, but as a reflection of the People involved in the very process of rising above the many obstacles they encounter in their daily quest for the esirable but elusive end result: Successful Advertising. Enjoy a sometimes humorous, always heartfelt revelation of Real stories about Real people making Real decisions in Real business situations. Author/Producer Jeff Resnick shares decades of common sen... more
by Jeff ResnickPeople often ask how to travel the road I have traveled. And still travel every day with a big smile on my face for the realization of my innermost need to maintain control over every aspect of the creative process. That’s just who I am. And always will be. My goal is to walk you down a narrow country road. Not a metropolitan super-highway. I’ll do my best to cut to the chase. Get straight to every point. Are you ready?
by Robert T. KiyosakiFew would argue with the fact that, on many fronts, we are a world in crisis. And there are two sides to every crisis, be it a leadership crisis, an economic crisis, an education crisis or a moral crisis. The two side to crisis are danger and opportunity. Robert Kiyosaki’s new book, Second Chance…for Your Money and Your Life, uses the lessons from the past and a brutal assessment of the present to prepare readers to see—–and seize–—the future. If readers can train their minds to see what their e... more
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by Chip MendezThe Millionaire in the Next Cubicle is a definitive guide to maximizing personal wealth generation in Corporate America. While an abundance of wealth-generation options uniquely exist for the corporate workforce; many employees simply don’t know how to properly access, maximize, and utilize these opportunities in context of a larger financial plan. No wonder the Cambridge Human Resources Group called the financial illiteracy of workers “the most critical unaddressed workplace issue” of our ti... more