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by Phil Simon
"Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by ignorance."
Over the past five years, organizations adopted Slack, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams in droves. Think of COVID-19 as pouring gasoline on the fire. The pandemic didn't start a trend as much as it accelerated an existing one.
Unfortunately, far too many of us mistakenly view these applications as Email 2.0. As a result, we are missing out on extraordinary o... more
by Mark A. Herschberg
Networking, negotiating, communicating, leading, career planning—all skills critical to your career success. But did anyone ever teach you these skills?
The Career Toolkit will help you master these vital skills and yield outsized returns for your career and your income. Every chapter is packed with dozens of actionable principles, exercises, and practices that will accelerate your success. It’s a multivitamin for your career!
by Paddy HayesFrom Penguins to Paradise: My Life as an Advertising Man invites the reader to laugh at and learn about the ad industry in equal measure. It charts the career of a young advertising agency trainee, from his initial struggles as a trainee Account Executive to his appointment as Managing Director (Thailand), and eventually Senior Vice President (International). His insightful and often hilarious experiences range from the pitfalls of trying to make penguins perform for a TV commercial in London to... more
by Derrick JordanBusiness Character Matters: The Ten Habits of Highly Successful Managers embodies several fundamental principles of character development and self-improvement. The habits are basic and represent the internalization of correct principles upon which lasting business success is based. This is a must read book about character—how changing your unsuccessful habits can bring success in every area of your business career and life. The main idea of the book is to develop yourself and grow as a person an... more
by Jay Gordon Cone
The Surprising Power of Not Knowing What to Do helps organizational leaders and teams who feel stuck or overwhelmed by uncertainty and complexity. Readers learn to use four thinking disciplines that turn the discomfort of not knowing what to do into creative insights and options.
by Michael KouiroukidisGrowing on Instagram is a very complex and work intensive process. It can be compared to the launch of a spacecraft into outer space. This book teaches you the fundamentals of how to lift off into the Instagram universe. You will learn about how the algorithm works and how you can use this knowledge with the help of detailed step-by-step instructions. This book is structured around different strategies that can all help you grow your Instagram account. After learning about them all, you will kno... more
by Samuel SandersThe goal of "Your Next Big Idea - Improve Your Creativity and Problem-Solving" is to help the reader develop innovative ideas. Whether those ideas are giant multi-million-dollar businesses or simply ways to improve everyday activities, this book describes a process that can be used to help the reader originate and cultivate ideas that can change their life. It is styled as an interactive workbook where the main character is the reader, with each section featuring exercises that will challenge th... more
7 Unicorn Drive: From Startup to A Billion Dollar Sale in 7 Years – The Adventure of Iza and Samo Loginby Dani Polajnar
In 2009 the Slovenian tech entrepreneurs Iza and Samo Login set out with the goal of creating a new startup that they would build into a successful business and sell in order to dedicate all their time to philanthropic pursuits. In just 7 years, the Login's sold their $250,000 startup for $1 Billion to a Chinese investment group, catapulting them among the wealthiest Europeans and making them the richest Slovenes.
They founded Outfit7 and created the Talking Tom app&mdash... more
by Andrew Frazier, MBA, CFAA common sense guide for learning how to run your business as a professional enterprise. It provides a fundamental understanding of the challenges small businesses face with real-world solutions that drive results. It also introduces tools and techniques that any business in any sector can easily deploy to achieve long term stability.