by Philip Raby
This book will change the way you think about car ownership. It includes the following: • The difference between foolish and clever car buyers. • A Porsche can be less expensive to own than a modern saloon car. • Porsches are environmentally friendly. • A gentle introduction to the many models of Porsche • Which… [Read More]
There is a simple science of managing money correctly that increases profits. Very rich people know this science. It is an old-school science that is based on common sense, discipline and constant vigilance in handling money. Your grandparents probably used this science back in the days before credit cards existed. This Business Checklist for Increasing… [Read More]
How is it that some businesses manage to flourish and become financially successful, and yet many do not? How do they accomplish what seems to be magical success? It is a matter of viewing cash flow management with a bit of a different viewpoint, learning that the old tools, while useful for certain things, are… [Read More]
After more than eight years as a part time entrepreneur, Dannie Fountain has experienced just about every success and failure in entrepreneurship, along with everything in between. She’s worked professionally for companies like Whirlpool, H&R Block, and Mr. Kate as well as in an entrepreneurial capacity for large public school systems, tv and radio stations,… [Read More]
by Jan Porter
“Spiritual Biz, passion, purpose and fulfillment in a changing global community” What was once old time community mindedness and sharing cooperation is the emerging future of sustainable business and right livelihood. Harness the best of your Ancestors, ancient prophecies, the magic of the cosmos and practical wisdom bridging traditional and alternative resource tools. Hone your… [Read More]
Are you Awkward? Uncertain? Even jittery at networking events? Author Gail Tolstoi Miller, an award-winning entrepreneur and successful CEO, feels your pain. In fact, she spent years experiencing the same emotions when networking. An avowed introvert, Gail discovered a powerful and universal law of connecting, she calls Networking Karma. And when she embraced it, Gail… [Read More]
Song One- THE LOST ONES, by LAURYN HILL, taken from THE MISEDUCATION OF LAURYN HILL album. The song is 5:33 long, but only USE first 2:03 of the song. a.picture of a child protege, born May 26th 1975. Lauryn progressing- a black child playing the piano; a black child doing gymnastics/winning. A teenager (sample Lauryn)… [Read More]
Everything you do communicates something, whether you intend to or not. The most effective leaders choose to make the most of their communications, and recognize that virtually all problems in business today lie in the absence of effective communication. These leadercommunicators – who are differentiating themselves and driving business success – know effective communication is… [Read More]
In No Cape Needed, Grossman shares years of insights as an executive coach and communications strategist to help all leaders see how communication is truly a superpower in today’s business and financial environment. Through this engaging book, you’ll find the simplest, smartest, fastest steps to improve how you communicate by leaps and bounds.
You Can’t NOT Communicate is now in its Second Edition – David Grossman is back with a new version of the book that started it all-the second edition of “You Can’t NOT Communicate: Proven Communication Solutions that Power the Fortune 100”. For corporate communicators and leaders across all industries who value communication as a key… [Read More]
In spite of heavy investments, development has failed to alleviate poverty and inequality, achieve environmental sustainability and deliver happiness to humanity. In his revolutionary book, Rohana Ulluwishewa shows that the root-cause of the failure lies within us. It is our self-centeredness and greed for material wealth. Conventional development ignores this truth, and attempts to change… [Read More]
A retranslation of the master work on strategy by the master ronin and kensei (sword saint) Miyamoto Musashi; containing principles which can be applied to the battlefield, gaming, and the boardroom. This book also includes a biography of Musashi and essays on history and the martial arts traditions of Japan, as well as a gallery… [Read More]
Life & Debt is not your typical “get debt free” book. It’s about learning to love and embrace your debt because in today’s world, it is practically impossible to be debt free. Life & Debt is not about teaching life without debt, or to be free of debt, but learning to live with debt and… [Read More]
Are you a woman ready to take the leap and start your own business? Or have you been in business for a while and need a refresher? This book will give you basic guidance through the steps involved in starting, running and exiting your business. Along the way you will read real life anecdotes, case… [Read More]
SALES CATEGORIES: PUBLISHING & BOOKS; BUSINESS & MONEY; MARKETING From The Introduction: A book’s sell sheet is a key component of a well-thought-out and complete marketing plan. And by utilizing a professional looking sell sheet, together with a complete media kit, and a great website, you will be able to distinguish you and your book… [Read More]
Do you want to increase your audience for your audio, podcasts, videos, live events? Check the book, Sound Is Not Enough: Captioning as Universal Design. Businesses, media owners and producers, event organizers, educators, employers, those considering careers in captioning and interpreting, and anyone interested in improving communication and information access will find this book useful… [Read More]
by Manuel Mata
Saca al coach que llevas dentro es un manual para aprender Coaching y sacar tu Talento, que pone a la mano del lector una serie de recursos para saber todo sobre la profesión del Coaching, cómo ser coach, qué lo diferencia de otras disciplinas, qué beneficios aporta, qué habilidades y herramientas debe tener un coach,… [Read More]
Project Management is, in many ways, like flying a kite.
How do you design and construct it so that it’s lifted high and strong by the wind? What do you do when it gets snagged in a tree, lands on the roof of a house, or is tangled on electrical wire? How do you retrieve it while keeping it intact?
Similar elements come into play when executing a project. Successful delivery may be affected by obstacles such as erroneous engineering, defective equipment, late arrival of materials, personnel turnover, among others. While prior planning does indeed help, it takes a skilled pilot to build, fly, rescue, and bring down the kite safely throughout the course of its journey, just like it takes a skilled Project Manager to successfully deliver his (her) project.
Like flying a kite, effective project management requires technique, experience and skill to finish the project on good terms. With a combination of practical wisdom borne of decades of experience in international engineering and project management, Why Is It That My Kite Won’t Fly? offers a wealth of research and results-based suggestions for optimizing your approach to project management in a wide variety of sectors.
101 Strategic, Job Search Marketing Steps is a job readiness guide that attempts to assist the Baby-boomer, Generation X, and the Millennial job seeker with a plan to assess career and personal strengths, weaknesses, and barriers with the use of Digital Technology and Social Media. The author believes that changing your mindset to market oneself… [Read More]
USE PROTECTION is an essential guide to advancement in the workplace. To protect yourself, you need to understand the rules of the game. Don’t rely on the HR Department to protect you. Be your own advocate. Learn the key points about job interviews, offer letters, background investigations, mentoring, performance evaluations, overtime pay, medical leave, disabilities,… [Read More]
by Lynda Brown
According to Publishers Weekly, in 2009 over 100,000 books were published however, only 5,000 of those books were also available as audiobooks. Reach more readers and increase your income by publishing your book as an audio book! Millions of readers actually listen to books on CD and now digital downloads every day and now you… [Read More]
by Dan Barnabic
The Ten Commandments of Condo Buying is a 30 page guide for those thinking about buying a condo. Dan S. Barnabic, a noted consumer advocate and former real estate agent, broker, property manager, and condominium developer, gives condo buyers ten essential tips every condo buyer must know before purchasing a unit, including invaluable information on: –When to buy –Hidden pitfalls to avoid… [Read More]
by Debbi King
If you are living paycheck to paycheck, fighting with your spouse about money, unemployed or always stressed about how to pay your bills, this book is for you. If you do not have any peace when it comes to money, this book is for you. If you believe that you are doing everything right, but… [Read More]
by Tom Evans
We know intuitively when we are in The Zone. We know all too frustratingly when we are out of The Zone. What we don’t know where this mythical zone is for sure. Sometimes we end up there more by accident than design. When we’re out of it, there’s no map to get us back there…. [Read More]
What 12+ years of schooling never provided is located within this amazing literature. From basic instructions on saving to the reason for America’s current financial dilemma, we receive great advice in the world of finance. People across the globe are crying for relief that will never come. In EXIT, we learn that financial strain is… [Read More]