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  • Tariff Classification using the Harmonized Tariff Schedule

    by Jan Seal
    •\tBackground and History of Harmonized Tariff Schedule •\tHarmonized System Structure •\tGeneral Rules of Interpretation (GRIs) •\tAdditional U.S. Rule of Interpretation (1a through 1d) •\tGeneral Notes •\tClassification Ruling Requests •\tList of Countries Using the Schedule •\tGlossary •\tClassification Exercises •\tResources
  • Simple, Smart Investing: A How-To Investment Guide for Everyone

    by Ian Kennedy
    Most savers simply don’t know enough about investing to protect themselves from financial advisers who earn their living selling products and services that cost a lot and generate inferior returns. A double whammy. In fact, investors are spoon fed a steady diet of falsehoods and delusions by financial service firms intent on making money from them rather than for them. Then the sellers report their investment returns in such a way as to obscure the damage they’ve done to their customers’ w... more
  • The Beginner's Guide to Facebook Timeline for Business

    by Tim Priebe
    Worried about getting started with Facebook's Timeline for Pages? Then this is the book for you. Author Tim Priebe gives straight-forward, beginner level directions on how to start out with Timeline. Complete with screen shots of the entire process.
  • 102 Tweets

    by Tim Priebe
    Don't let writer's block stop you from being consistent in your social media marketing! This book contains 102 ideas for social media updates. Whether you manage social media for a business or nonprofit, this book can help you come up with ideas.
  • Thrive: Surviving in a Corporate Jungle

    by Mark Barnes
    Thrive uses the Jungle as an analogy to look at life in the Corporate World. It is entirely based on real life observations and simply tries to inject a bit of humour into common scenarios witnessed in the corporate grind. It certainly isn't formulaic or stuffy. Oh, and did I mention it is beautifully illustrated :)
  • Anatomy of Project Management

    by Jim Mackay
    Competence in project management is acquired through a combination of knowledge and experience, and competency enables the effective application of theory for each individual project. The purpose of this book is to illustrate how the theory of project management can be applied in a practical way in order to achieve project success. It is intended for anyone considering a career in project management and for those who already have some experience and want to gain further insights. It also provide... more
  • Principles of Real Estate Practice

    by Ryan Mettling

    Principles of Real Estate Practice is a modern learning tool for the student preparing to enter the real estate business as a licensed professional. It contains the essentials of real estate law, principles, and practices taught in real estate schools and colleges across the country, including all those fundamentals that real estate educators, practicing professionals, national testing services, and state licensing officials agree are necessary for basic competence. Principles of Real Estate ... more

  • Startups and Entrepreneurs: Mistakes to Avoid For Success

    by Atticus Aristotle
    Everyone makes mistakes, from the novice to the professional. Many of the most successful entrepreneurs endured at least one failure before finding success. Startups and Entrepreneurs: Mistakes to Avoid For Success contains the most common lessons learned by many of the most successful entrepreneurs. These are entrepreneurs who've done everything right, but made one mistake costing them the startup. Startups and Entrepreneurs: Mistakes to Avoid For Success contains mistakes these successful... more
  • The 7-Step Guide to Authorpreneurship (Plan. Write. Publish!)

    by Rochelle Carter
    You've written a book, now what? These 7 Steps are the guide to approaching your writing career like a business. Whether you are writing fiction or non-fiction, multi-published or aspiring to publication, independently published or contracted with a publishing house, you need The 7-Step Guide to Authorpreneurship. This how-to handbook will guide you through each phase of your writing career to create a business that generates regular income while allowing you to do what you love. Loaded with w... more
  • Every Landlord's Property Protection Guide: 10 Ways to Cut Your Risk Now [With CDROM]

    by Ron Leshnower
    Written for owners and managers of residential rental property, Every Landlord's Property Protection Guide identifies common risky situations and practices and offers specific, practical advice for dealing with them. Instead of an encyclopedic manual of how to be a landlord, the book zeroes in on specific problems faced by thousands of landlords and property managers in every state - problems ranging from accessibility issues to mold.
  • Making Stone Soup: How to Jumpstart Innovation Teams

    by Jeff DeGraff
    Making Stone Soup is an interactive experience. It's about assembling a diverse group of thinkers and leaders and figuring out how to benefit from the respective strengths of each individual. Innovation is collaborative. It happens when people come together.
  • Fair Housing Helper for Apartment Professionals

    by Ron Leshnower
    If you're a landlord, property manager, or other housing professional who interacts with tenants and prospects, then this book is for you. Find out what you need to know about fair housing compliance through an engaging, interactive format that encourages lasting comprehension. After finishing the book once, you'll immediately gain the confidence of knowing how to handle common situations that could lead to costly liability, plus earn your designation as a Gold Professional... more
  • A View from Beneath the Dancing Elephant

    by Peter E. Greulich

    Many IBMers see Louis V. Gerstner as the savior of their company—indeed, Gerstner sees himself that way. Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance? expresses this perspective quite well. What Gerstner never realized is that much of his success came from accidentally tapping into an eighty-year-old culture that he never understood.

    IBM’s founders, the Watsons, created this culture in the 1910s, and then codified it in the 1950s with the creation of three Basic Beliefs: Re... more

  • Employment Opportunities in Hospital Facility Emr Implementations

    by Colenso Evelyn
    Health care in the United States is currently undergoing drastic changes. A U.S. Government mandate states that all hospitals and health care organizations must convert current paper medical records and patient documentation charting to an "EMR" (electronic medical record system) by the year 2016. Hospitals are primarily budgeted for three types of personnel, doctors, nurses and patients. With this knowledge exposed, a number of lucrative employment opportunities currently exist for educated p... more
  • BUILD WEALTH & Spend It All

    by Stanley Riggs, MD
    Dr. Riggs has been building wealth for over fifty years through several very different and very successful careers, each of which made him a multimillionaire. In this book he explains the three basic and easy to understand financial concepts anyone can use to both build and protect their wealth. But it was only during this past year, while he was visiting his 96 yr. old mother in a nursing home, he gained insight into what awaits most of our retirement savings. The money his mother had ear... more
  • Manage Your Job Search

    by Johanna Rothman
    Not sure where to start with your job search? Treat it like the project it is. Full of tips, stories, and humor, Johanna Rothman will help you apply pragmatic project management techniques to your job search so that you take control and find fulfilling work.