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Business and finance new titles

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​Want to be more successful at work and with your own finances? Our business and finance books cover everything from buying and selling tips, real estate, corporate survival and more. This list updates automatically with new titles.

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Excuse me  by Rosanne J. Thomas

Excuse me

Rosanne J. Thomas

Book

"In today's workplace, good manners matter more than ever. Blending different generations, genders, and cultures brings energy and fresh perspectives to the workplace. But the flip side is an environment ripe for confusion and social blunders. Mix in...

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Shortcut your startup  by Courtney Reum

Shortcut your startup

Courtney Reum

Book

"From the Reum brothers--former Goldman Sachs investment bankers, successful operators, and investors--comes Shortcut Your Startup, a practical playbook for both aspiring and seasoned entrepreneurs, filled with unconventional yet accessible advice for...

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Selling your value proposition  by Cindy Barnes

Selling your value proposition

Cindy Barnes

Book

"Businesses are losing customers to competitors because they are not engaging with customers effectively. The first step to resolving this problem is creating a customer-focused value proposition, but having a value proposition alone is not enough. There...

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Counter mentor leadership  by Kelly Riggs

Counter mentor leadership

Kelly Riggs

Book

"For the first time in history, the younger generation has something more to offer an employer than enthusiasm. In the past, a new employee was dependent upon years of service, but now digital technology and social media have exploded into the workplace....

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Screw work, break free  by John Williams

Screw work, break free

John Williams

Book

"One of the biggest hurdles people encounter when they want to break free from the 9-5 is what to do instead. Screw Work, Break Free! specifically focuses on getting readers past this obstacle by overturning the myth that you have to have a perfect business...

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Burn the business plan  by Carl J. Schramm

Burn the business plan

Carl J. Schramm

Book

"Carl Schramm, the man described by The Economist as 'the evangelist of Entrepreneurship', has written a myth-busting guide packed with tools and techniques to help you get your big idea off the ground. Carl believes that entrepreneurship has been completely...

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Great answers to tough interview questions  by Martin John Yate

Great answers to tough interview questions

Martin John Yate

Book

"Great Answers to Tough Interview Questions is the essential companion for all job-seekers. It takes you through the whole process; from composing your CV and preparing for interviews to interview techniques, answering tough questions and even negotiating...

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The death of homo economicus  by P. (Peter) Fleming

The death of homo economicus

P. (Peter) Fleming

Book

"For neoclassical economists, Homo economicus, or economic human, represents the ideal employee: an energetic worker bee that is a rational yet competitive decision-maker. Alternatively, one could view the concept as a cold and selfish workaholic endlessly...

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Good hustle  by Polly McGee

Good hustle

Polly McGee

Book

"A revelation and revolution, combining the ancient wisdom of yoga with contemporary business practice in a compelling blend of mindfulness, spirituality and entrepreneurial action."--

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How to be happy at work  by Annie McKee

How to be happy at work

Annie McKee

Book

"This book sheds new light on the powerful relationship of happiness to individual, team, and organizational success. McKee's research reveals that there are three essential elements that people must have in order to be happy at work: A sense of purpose...

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Marketing 4.0  by Philip Kotler

Marketing 4.0

Philip Kotler

Book

"This book answers the ultimate question in the minds of next-generation marketers: 'In a connected world, what are the new rules of marketing?' With increased mobility and connectivity, customers have shorter attention span to consider and evaluate brands....

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Big potential  by Shawn Achor

Big potential

Shawn Achor

Book

"The bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage reveals why our potential is not limited by what we on our own can achieve; rather, our success is amplified by the successes of those around us. He offers five strategies for exponentially raising our...

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Rise and grind  by Daymond John

Rise and grind

Daymond John

Book

"Daymond John has never been a stranger to hard work. And he also knows how spectacularly a killer work ethic can pay off. As a young man, he started a hip-hop inspired fashion brand on the streets of Queens, New York, with a $40 budget by hand-sewing...

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Business bullshit  by André Spicer

Business bullshit

André Spicer

Book

"Our organizations are flooded with empty talk. We are constantly going forward to lands of deliverables , stopping off on the journey to drill down into best practice . This book channels Harry Frankfurt to characterize such empty talk as bullshit which...

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Measuring tomorrow  by Éloi Laurent

Measuring tomorrow

Éloi Laurent

Book

"How moving beyond GDP will improve well-being and sustainability Never before in human history have we produced so much data, and this empirical revolution has shaped economic research and policy profoundly. But are we measuring, and thus managing, the...

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Energy and civilization  by Vaclav Smil

Energy and civilization

Vaclav Smil

Book

"Energy is the only universal currency; it is necessary for getting anything done. The conversion of energy on Earth ranges from terra-forming forces of plate tectonics to cumulative erosive effects of raindrops. Life on Earth depends on the photosynthetic...

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Faithful finance  by Emily G. Stroud

Faithful finance

Emily G. Stroud

Book

"Many of us feel overwhelmed and ill-equipped to deal with our personal finances. We wonder if we will ever experience financial freedom. We want to make wise decisions and spend money on what matters, but we just don't know how. Financial advisor Emily...

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Developing the leader within you 2.0  by John C. Maxwell

Developing the leader within you 2.0

John C. Maxwell

Book

"In this thoroughly revised and updated 25th-anniversary edition of his now-classic work, John C. Maxwell reveals how to develop the vision, value, influence, and motivation required of successful leaders. Twenty-five years ago, John Maxwell published...

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Why Wall Street matters  by William D. Cohan

Why Wall Street matters

William D. Cohan

Book

"If you like your smartphone or your widescreen TV, your car or your pension, then, whether you know it or not, you are a fan of Wall Street. William D. Cohan, bestselling author of House of Cards, has long been critical of the bad behaviour that plagued...

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Economyths  by David Orrell

Economyths

David Orrell

Book

"When Economyths was first published in 2010, David Orrell showed how mainstream economics is based on key myths such as fair competition, rational behaviour, stability and eternal growth - and how these myths lead paradoxically to their opposites: inequality,...

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The motivation myth  by Jeff Haden

The motivation myth

Jeff Haden

Book

From Inc.com's most popular columnist, a counterintuitive -- but highly practical -- guide to finding and maintaining the motivation to achieve great things. It's comforting to imagine that superstars in their fields were just born better equipped than...

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Done  by Jacques Peretti

Done

Jacques Peretti

Book

"What if the way we understand our world is wrong? What if it isn't politicians and events that shape our lives, but secret deals made by people you've never heard of? This book tells the story of the secret deals that are changing the world, and revolutionizing...

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Financial planning 3.0  by author Wagner Richard B

Financial planning 3.0

author Wagner Richard B

Book

"Money is weird stuff. We cannot avoid it but it terrifies and mystifies. Most folks need help relating to it--and lots of it. Most especially, they need their own financial planner, someone who thoroughly understands money, what it is and how it works....

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The Kinfolk entrepreneur  by Nathan Williams

The Kinfolk entrepreneur

Nathan Williams

Book

"In The Kinfolk Entrepreneur, author Nathan Williams introduces readers to 40 creative business owners around the globe, offering an inspiring, in-depth look behind the scenes of their lives and their companies. Pairing insightful interviews with striking...

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Digital marketing excellence  by Dave Chaffey

Digital marketing excellence

Dave Chaffey

Book

"Now in its fifth edition, the hugely popular Digital Marketing Excellence: Planning, Optimizing and Integrating Online Marketing is fully updated, keeping you in line with the changes in this dynamic and exciting field and helping you create effective...

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Step up  by Phanella Mayall Fine

Step up

Phanella Mayall Fine

Book

Perhaps you aspire to hold the top job? Or is it that you want to start your own business but struggle to make your voice heard in a sector dominated by men? Maybe the problem is that you are trudging slowly up the career ladder and want to learn how...

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Smart couples finish rich  by David Bach

Smart couples finish rich

David Bach

Book

"America's favorite money book for couples, is back, completely revised and updated. Offers a nine-step program to help couples build and maintain their financial wealth through proven strategies for organization, communication, and smarter spending in...

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21 secrets of million-dollar sellers  by Stephen J. Harvill

21 secrets of million-dollar sellers

Stephen J. Harvill

Book

"In this sharp, invigorating read, Fortune 50 consultant Stephen Harvill discovers twenty-one common behaviors of top earners across seven major industries that set them apart. These are the secrets of the world s best salespeople who rake in at least...

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Million dollar agents  by Phil Hollander

Million dollar agents

Phil Hollander

Book

"Have you ever wished you had direct insight into how the top agents have successfully built a sustainable and prosperous real estate practice ... without overinvesting in lead generation and marketing? Have you ever wondered how million-dollar agents...

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Safe, debt-free, and rich!  by Andrew Packer

Safe, debt-free, and rich!

Andrew Packer

Book

"In this all-new book, Newsmax senior financial writer Andrew Packer is revealing his best - and worst -- investments through decades of investing and provides real-world examples of how to wade through the challenges of the investment world. That includes...

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Zero hour  by Harry S. Dent

Zero hour

Harry S. Dent

Book

"Will you be prepared to take advantage when the revolution comes or will you go down with the rest? Revolutions are cyclical. They run on a very specific timetable. You could be so much happier, healthier, and wealthier if you grasped the powerful cycles...

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The growth delusion  by David (Editor) author. Pilling

The growth delusion

David (Editor) author. Pilling

Book

"In The growth delusion, author and prize-winning journalist David Pilling explores how economists and their cult of growth have hijacked our policy-making and infiltrated our thinking about what makes societies work. Our policies are geared relentlessly...

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This is service design doing  by Mark Stickdorn

This is service design doing

Mark Stickdorn

Book

"How can you establish a customer-centric culture in an organization? This is the first comprehensive book on how to actually do service design to improve the quality and the interaction between service providers and customers. You'll learn specific facilitation...

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Rewriting the rules of the American economy  by Joseph E. Stiglitz

Rewriting the rules of the American economy

Joseph E. Stiglitz

Book

It’s time to rewrite the rules ― to curb the runaway flow of wealth to the top one percent, to restore security and opportunity for the middle class, and to foster stronger growth rooted in broadly shared prosperity. Inequality is a choice. The United...

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China's Asian dream  by Tom (Journalist) Miller

China's Asian dream

Tom (Journalist) Miller

Book

"'China,' Napoleon once remarked, 'is a sleeping lion. Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will shake the world.' In 2014, President Xi Jinping declared the lion had awakened. Under his leadership, China is pursuing a dream to restore its historical...

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When to jump  by Mike (Michael C.) Lewis

When to jump

Mike (Michael C.) Lewis

Book

"When Mike Lewis was twenty-four and working in a prestigious corporate job, he eagerly wanted to leave and pursue his dream of becoming a professional squash player. But he had questions: When is the right time to move from work that is comfortable to...

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The right--and wrong--stuff  by Carter Cast

The right--and wrong--stuff

Carter Cast

Book

"The Right--and Wrong--Stuff is a candid, unvarnished guide to the bumpy road to success. The shocking truth is that 98 percent of us have at least one career-derailment risk factor, and half to two-thirds actually go off the rails. And the reason why...

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The million-dollar, one-person business  by Elaine Pofeldt

The million-dollar, one-person business

Elaine Pofeldt

Book

"The rise of one-million-dollar, one-person businesses in the past five years is the biggest trend in employment today, offering the widest range of people the most ways to earn a living while having the lifestyles they want. In The Million-Dollar, One-Person...

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The financial diet  by Chelsea Fagan

The financial diet

Chelsea Fagan

Book

"The Financial Diet is the personal finance book for people who don't care about personal finance. Whether you're in need of an overspending detox, buried under student debt, or just trying to figure out how to live on an entry-level salary, The Financial...

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Cryptoassets  by Chris Burniske

Cryptoassets

Chris Burniske

Book

"The innovative investor's guide to an entirely new asset class--from two experts on the cutting edgeOne of the fastest growing investment opportunities in the world today, blockchain assets such as bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are changing the...

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Double your business  by Cassie Parks

Double your business

Cassie Parks

Book

"Some people would say starting their own business from scratch and building it up to a comfortable income is the hardest part. However, many realize that doubling their business is the bigger task and often wonder how they can accomplish this while still...

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Wobblies of the world

Wobblies of the world

Book

"The Industrial Workers of the World is a union unlike any other. Founded in 1905 in Chicago, it rapidly gained members across the world thanks to its revolutionary, internationalist outlook. By using powerful organising methods including direct-action...

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Capitalism without capital  by Jonathan Haskel

Capitalism without capital

Jonathan Haskel

Book

"Early in the twenty-first century, a quiet revolution occurred. For the first time, the major developed economies began to invest more in intangible assets, like design, branding, R&D, and software, than in tangible assets, like machinery, buildings,...

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Reputation game  by David Waller

Reputation game

David Waller

Book

"Through pioneering research and interviews with a host of major figures ranging from Jay-Z and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman to Bernie Madoff and Man Booker prize-winning Hilary Mantel, Waller and Younger reveal the key mechanisms that make and remake...

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One mission  by Chris Fussell

One mission

Chris Fussell

Book

"In One Mission, former Navy SEAL Chris Fussell draws on his extensive experience of high-pressure teamwork to show how organizations can successfully transform their way of doing business - become flatter, quicker and much more collaborative across departments...

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Project management for dummies  by Stanley E. (Stanley Erwin) Portny

Project management for dummies

Stanley E. (Stanley Erwin) Portny

Book

"This latest edition of TK's bestselling "bible" of project management maintains featuring 25 percent new and updated content, includes information on measuring project management ROI (Return on Investment) and value to the organization and customers....

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The ultimate sales letter  by Dan S. Kennedy

The ultimate sales letter

Dan S. Kennedy

Book

A 28-step system for crafting sales letters, complete with examples of highly successful letters written for very visible companies, often by the author. Of broad interest for sales reps, business owners, and advertising people.

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Meaningful work  by Shawn Askinosie

Meaningful work

Shawn Askinosie

Book

"The founder of award-winning chocolatier Askinosie Chocolate shows readers how he discovered the secret to purposeful work--and how we can too, no matter what work we do. Askinosie Chocolate is a small batch, award-winning chocolate manufacturer with...

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Smart collaboration  by Heidi K. Gardner

Smart collaboration

Heidi K. Gardner

Book

"Many professional service firms today face a serious dilemma. Clients are demanding more sophisticated service for complex problems that can only be delivered by interdisciplinary teams of experts. No one consultant or lawyer--or even one functional...

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50 economics classics  by Tom Butler-Bowdon

50 economics classics

Tom Butler-Bowdon

Book

Economics drives the modern world and shapes our lives, but few of us feel we have time to engage with the breadth of ideas in the subject. 50 Economics Classics is a guide to two centuries of discussion of finance, capitalism and the global economy....

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Globalization and its discontents revisited  by Joseph E. Stiglitz

Globalization and its discontents revisited

Joseph E. Stiglitz

Book

"In this crucial expansion and update of his landmark bestseller, renowned economist and Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz addresses globalization’s new discontents in the United States and Europe. Immediately upon publication, Globalization and Its...

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Map it  by Cathy Moore

Map it

Cathy Moore

Book

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The 25 biblical laws of success  by William Douglas

The 25 biblical laws of success

William Douglas

Book

"The Bible provides ancient wisdom and values that can lead to a life of great success today. After years of biblical study and personal experience, William Douglas and Rubens Teixeira have identified twenty-five key principles that are of central importance...

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The art of business  by Greg Clydesdale

The art of business

Greg Clydesdale

Book

"China is on track to become the world's largest economy, yet the West still has a poor unerstanding of this economic giant. Greg Clydesdale looks beyond the standard Western conception of Chinese business - the Silk Road, Marco Polo and the opium trade...

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Typewriters  by Anthony Casillo

Typewriters

Anthony Casillo

Book

"From the creation of the QWERTY keyboard to the world's first portable typing machine, this handsome collection is a visual homage to the golden age of the typewriter. From the world's first commercially successful typewriter—the Sholes & Glidden Type...

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Talking to my daughter about the economy  by Yanis Varoufakis

Talking to my daughter about the economy

Yanis Varoufakis

Book

In this letter to his teenage daughter, one of the world's most famous economists uses vivid stories to explain what economics is and why it is so dangerous. What is money and why does debt exist? Where do wealth and inequality come from? How come economics...

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Brilliant budgets and despicable debt. Book 1  by Heidi Farrelly

Brilliant budgets and despicable debt. Book 1

Heidi Farrelly

Book

Do you struggle to make ends meet? Do you see others taking amazing vacations and wish you could afford to do the same? Does debt leave you feeling depressed, worried or angry? If you have ever tried and failed at budgeting, if you want to rid yourself...

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The city is the factory

The city is the factory

Book

"Urban public spaces, from the streets and squares of Buenos Aires to Zuccotti Park in New York City, have become the emblematic sites of contentious politics in the twenty-first century. As the contributors to The City Is the Factory argue, this resurgent...

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So you think you are ready to retire? [New Zealand edition]  by Barry LaValley

So you think you are ready to retire? [New Zealand edition]

Barry LaValley

Book

This book focuses on both the financial and non-financial aspects of retirement. It can be used by anyone contemplating retirement or already retired. The book is full of exercises that will help the reader to view retirement holistically, rather than...

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A precautionary tale  by Philip Ackerman-Leist

A precautionary tale

Philip Ackerman-Leist

Book

Mals, Italy, has long been known as the breadbasket of the Tyrol. But recently the tiny town became known for something else entirely. A Precautionary Tale tells us why, introducing readers to an unlikely group of activists and a forward-thinking mayor...

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Fit matters  by Moe Carrick

Fit matters

Moe Carrick

Book

"When you're looking for a job, how can you find one that fits your needs, a job that provides meaning and joy? Carrick and Dunaway help you evaluate the fit between your needs and the culture of your current or prospective employer, so you can assess...

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Dollars and sense  by Dan Ariely

Dollars and sense

Dan Ariely

Book

"Blending humor and behavioral economics, the New York Times bestselling author of Predictably Irrational delves into the truly illogical world of personal finance to help people better understand why they make bad financial decisions, and gives them...

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A uterus is a feature, not a bug  by Sarah Lacy

A uterus is a feature, not a bug

Sarah Lacy

Book

Seeks to reverse negative stereotypes about how female employees with families are weak, emotional, or distracted, counseling women to rethink their identities after giving birth while arguing in favor of fairer wages, equal opportunities, and more flexible...

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Managing millennials  by Hannah L. Ubl

Managing millennials

Hannah L. Ubl

Book

"Managing Millennials For Dummies provides managers (large and small companies) of all ages with hands-on advice and tools for engaging this burgeoning demographic. Chock full of hands-on information, advice, and personal anecdotes, this essential guide...

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High performance habits  by Brendon Burchard

High performance habits

Brendon Burchard

Book

"THESE HABITS WILL MAKE YOU EXTRAORDINARY. It turns out that just six deliberate habits give you the edge. Anyone can practice these habits and, when they do, extraordinary things happen in their lives, relationships, and careers. Which habits can help...

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Bad men  by Bob Hoffman

Bad men

Bob Hoffman

Book

"A frightening and highly entertaining look into the hidden, corrupt, and dangerous world of online advertising where billions of dollars are being stolen; personal information about us is being collected and sold 24-hours a day; and important principles...

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How to raise your own salary  by Napoleon Hill

How to raise your own salary

Napoleon Hill

Book

"This new edition of 'How to Raise Your Own Salary' is filled with foolproof techniques for acquiring the knowledge and skills for increasing your share of life's riches. The detailed dialog between Andrew Carnegie and Napoleon Hill will mesmerize you...

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The new wild west  by Blaire Briody

The new wild west

Blaire Briody

Book

"The oil companies moved into Williston, overtaking the town and setting off a boom taht America hadn't seen since the Gold Rush. Workers from all over the country descended, chasing jobs that promised them six-figure salaries and required no prior experience....

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Ramp Hollow  by Steven Stoll

Ramp Hollow

Steven Stoll

Book

How the United States underdeveloped AppalachiaAppalachia among the most storied and yet least understood regions in America has long been associated with poverty and backwardness. But how did this image arise and what exactly does it mean? In Ramp Hollow,...

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The game changers  by Samantha Brett

The game changers

Samantha Brett

Book

"Ever wondered how the world's most successful women in the worlds of fashion, beauty, philanthropy, entertainment, social media and politics became seemingly overnight sensations? This book features first-hand exclusive essays from the women you know...

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Interview strategy  by Jim Finucan

Interview strategy

Jim Finucan

Book

"An interview is like buying a lottery ticket. It gives you a seat at the table where you get dealt a hand of cards and anything can happen. Your life can change in a moment, provided that you are prepared to express yourself effectively. If you can make...

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A world of three zeroes  by Muhammad Yunus

A world of three zeroes

Muhammad Yunus

Book

"Muhammad Yunus, who created microcredit, invented social business, and earned a Nobel Peace Prize for his work in alleviating poverty, is one of today's most trenchant social critics. Now he declares it's time to admit that the capitalist engine is broken--that...

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The taste of empire  by E. M. (Elizabeth M.) Collingham

The taste of empire

E. M. (Elizabeth M.) Collingham

Book

"...in twenty meals, The taste of Empire tells the story of how the British created a global food trade that moved people and plants across countries...Taking us on a wide-ranging culinary journey from the American frontier to the Far East, from sixteenth-century...

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Retrotopia  by Zygmunt Bauman

Retrotopia

Zygmunt Bauman

Book

"We have long since lost our faith in the idea that human beings could achieve human happiness in some future ideal state, a state that Thomas More, writing five centuries ago, tied to a topos, a fixed place, a land, an island, a sovereign state under...

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Marx, capital and the madness of economic reason  by David Harvey

Marx, capital and the madness of economic reason

David Harvey

Book

"In Marx and Capital, David Harvey introduces and explains the architecture of capital as expounded by Marx in the three volumes of Capital, published between 1867 and 1883. He places Marx's observations and arguments in the context of capitalism in the...

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How to lead  by Jo Owen

How to lead

Jo Owen

Book

"Based on original research into some of the world's best organisations, How to Lead cuts right through all the myths and mysteries to get straight to the heart of what it really takes to motivate, inspire and deliver results."--Publisher description...

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The Richer way  by Julian Richer

The Richer way

Julian Richer

Book

"In 1978 Julian Richer, then aged just 19, opened his first shop near London Bridge. For over twenty years this shop has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the highest sales per square foot of any retail outlet in the world, and the...

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Innovate!  by Richard Bentley

Innovate!

Richard Bentley

Book

"In Innovate! Richard Bentley reviews our technology-based business sectors and finds that they are fragmented and that key sectors are threatened by emerging technologies and innovative competitors who are smarter, faster and cheaper. He also finds that...

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Shift ahead  by Allen P. Adamson

Shift ahead

Allen P. Adamson

Book

"In a world that's changing faster and more furiously than ever, the ability to shift focus is critical. Why is it that some organizations can continually evolve to meet the times and the marketplace, and others can't? How do some businesses recognize...

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Leaders like you  by Nick Sceats

Leaders like you

Nick Sceats

Book

"Through candid interviews, Leaders Like You reveals what makes New Zealand leaders tick. In doing so it debunks many myths about leadership, not the least being that leaders are super heroes. Leaders Like You shows that leaders are everyday Kiwis."-...

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Reach out  by Molly Beck

Reach out

Molly Beck

Book

"A practical guide to building valuable career connections -- through tools you already have and people you already know Success in life is more than having goals and skills. You need connections. And to get connections, you need to Reach Out -- fearlessly,...

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A world of three zeros  by Muhammad Yunus

A world of three zeros

Muhammad Yunus

Book

"Muhammad Yunus, who created microcredit, invented social business, and earned a Nobel Peace Prize for his work in alleviating poverty, is one of today's most trenchant social critics. Now he declares it's time to admit that the capitalist engine is broken--that...

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The voice of leadership  by Sally Mabelle

The voice of leadership

Sally Mabelle

Book

"Would you like to present yourself more powerfully and handle challenging conversations with greater confidence? Whether in team meetings, interviews and performance reviews, or board presentations, sales calls and customer service conversations, this...

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Good money  by Jonathan Self

Good money

Jonathan Self

Book

"Ethical and socially responsible businesses have made a significant impact over the past decade, social entrepreneurs and others being drawn by the bigger profits and greater robustness that ethical businesses offer during times of economic downturn....

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Entrepreneurial you  by Dorie Clark

Entrepreneurial you

Dorie Clark

Book

"What does it take to create the career you want? It's no secret that the world of work has changed, and we're shifting toward an ever more entrepreneurial, self-reliant, work-from-wherever-you-are economy. That can be a liberating force, and many professionals...

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You can retire early!  by Deacon Hayes

You can retire early!

Deacon Hayes

Book

With proper planning, we can all retire at a younger age than we ever dreamed. Hayes explains the practical, concrete steps you can take to start your retirement when you're young enough to thoroughly enjoy it. He covers the development of a personalized...

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Troublemakers  by Leslie Berlin

Troublemakers

Leslie Berlin

Book

A narrative history of the Silicon Valley generation that launched five major high-tech industries in seven years details the specific contributions of seven technical pioneers and how they established the foundation for today's tech-driven world.

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Friction  by Jeff Rosenblum

Friction

Jeff Rosenblum

Book

"This book explains how to create a passion brand. A brand that breaks its addiction to traditional advertising. A brand that cuts through the hype of the latest media technology. A brand that focuses on behaviors over messaging. A brand that empowers...

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Permission to screw up  by Kristen Hadeed

Permission to screw up

Kristen Hadeed

Book

"The inspiring, unlikely, laugh-out-loud story of how one woman learned to lead-and how she ultimately succeeded, not despite her many mistakes, but because of them. This is the story of how Kristen Hadeed built Student Maid, a cleaning company where...

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Win bigly  by Scott Adams

Win bigly

Scott Adams

Book

Scott Adams, the world-famous comic strip artist (Dilbert) and trained hypnotist, recognized Donald Trump's powers of persuasion before nearly anyone else. Now he's expanding his controversial blog posts into a fascinating book about master persuaders...

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Cracking economics  by Tejvan Pettinger

Cracking economics

Tejvan Pettinger

Book

"Crack the world of money and understand the economic theory that has shaped nations and influenced the way you live now. From Keynesian models to how inflation affects interest rates, Cracking Economics will make the seemingly complex world of global...

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