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Business and finance new titles

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Our business and finance books cover everything from buying and selling tips, real estate, corporate survival and more. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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Zucked  by Roger McNamee

Zucked

Roger McNamee

Book

If you had told Roger McNamee even three years ago that he would soon be devoting himself to stopping Facebook from destroying our democracy, he would have howled with laughter. He had mentored many tech leaders in his illustrious career as an investor,...

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The having  by Suh Yoon Lee

The having

Suh Yoon Lee

Book

Suh Yoon Lee was identified as a wealth guru at the age of six by her grandmother, and set off on a course of study--ranging from Asian classical texts to economics to an analysis of 100,000 case studies--to learn the methods for becoming truly rich....

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Illiberal reformers  by Thomas C. Leonard

Illiberal reformers

Thomas C. Leonard

Book

In Illiberal Reformers, Thomas Leonard reexamines the economic progressives whose ideas and reform agenda underwrote the Progressive Era dismantling of laissez-faire and the creation of the regulatory welfare state, which, they believed, would humanize...

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Divining desire  by Liza Featherstone

Divining desire

Liza Featherstone

Book

"The focus group, over the course of the last century, became an increasingly vital part of the way companies and politicians sold their products and policies with few areas of life, from salad dressing to health care legislation to our favorite TV shows,...

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Think and grow rich  by Napoleon Hill

Think and grow rich

Napoleon Hill

Book

Napoleon Hill, America's beloved motivational author, devoted 25 years to find how the wealthy became that way. This book offers 13 steps that constitute Hill's formula to: achieve your goals; change your life, and join the ranks of the rich and successful....

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The globotics upheaval  by Richard E. Baldwin

The globotics upheaval

Richard E. Baldwin

Book

The Rise of the Robots for the masses. How to survive in a world of virtual globalisation. Automation and robotics are changing our lives quickly - everyone knows that. But digital disruption goes much further. In The Globotics Upheaval, Richard Baldwin,...

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The joyful frugalista  by Serina Bird

The joyful frugalista

Serina Bird

Book

The essential handbook to living frugally, mindfully and with real joy on a budget. Who knew frugality could be so much fun? Australians are amongst the wealthiest people on the planet, but for some reason we don't like to think or talk about money. Once...

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Happy go money  by Melissa (Writer on personal finance) Leong

Happy go money

Melissa (Writer on personal finance)...

Book

The Social's finance expert connects money and happiness in this fresh, feel-good guide to financial well-being Everything tells us that what will make us happy can be bought, whether it's the latest gadgets, renovated kitchens, or luxury goods. But ...

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What we have lost  by James Hamilton-Paterson

What we have lost

James Hamilton-Paterson

Book

"James Hamilton-Paterson turns his literary and analytical skills to the wider picture of Britain's lost industrial and technological civilisation. Between 1939 and 1945, Britain produced around 125,000 aircraft – to take one example – and enormous numbers...

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Principles for navigating big debt crises. Part 3, Compendium of 48 case studies.  by Ray Dalio

Principles for navigating big debt crises. Part 3, Compendium of 48 case studies.

Ray Dalio

Book

"On the 10th anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, one of the world's most successful investors, Ray Dalio, shares his unique template for how debt crises work and principles for dealing with them well. This template allowed his firm, Bridgewater...

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Principles for navigating big debt crises. Part 2, Detailed case studies: German debt crisis and hyperinflation (1918-1924) ; US debt crisis and adjustment (1928-1937) ; US debt crisis and adjustment (2007-2011)  by Ray Dalio

Principles for navigating big debt crises. Part 2, Detailed case studies: German debt crisis and hyperinflation (1918-1924) ; US debt crisis and adjustment (1928-1937) ; US debt crisis and adjustment (2007-2011)

Ray Dalio

Book

"On the 10th anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, one of the world's most successful investors, Ray Dalio, shares his unique template for how debt crises work and principles for dealing with them well. This template allowed his firm, Bridgewater...

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The Marshall Plan  by Benn Steil

The Marshall Plan

Benn Steil

Book

Traces the history of the Marshall Plan and the efforts to reconstruct western Europe as a bulwark against communist authoritarianism during a two-year period that saw the collapse of postwar U.S.-Soviet relations and the beginning of the Cold War.

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Dumb energy  by Norman Rogers

Dumb energy

Norman Rogers

Book

Wind and solar energy have negative economic value. An objective analysis of the economics involved show that wind and solar are heavily subsidized. Some of the subsidies are open, but much of the subsidy is hidden from the public. There are special tax...

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Principles for navigating big debt crises. Part 1, The archetypal big debt cycle  by Ray Dalio

Principles for navigating big debt crises. Part 1, The archetypal big debt cycle

Ray Dalio

Book

"On the 10th anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, one of the world's most successful investors, Ray Dalio, shares his unique template for how debt crises work and principles for dealing with them well. This template allowed his firm, Bridgewater...

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... And forgive them their debts  by Michael Hudson

... And forgive them their debts

Michael Hudson

Book

"Aothor takes us on an epic journey through the economies of ancient civilizations and reveals their relevance for us today. For the past 40 years, in conjunction with Harvard's Peabody Museum, he and his colleagues have documented how interest-bearing...

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The future of shopping  by Jorg Snoeck

The future of shopping

Jorg Snoeck

Book

"Traditional retail is no more. It has been rendered obsolete by developments in economy, demography, and technology in particular. The Internet has taken over the role of retail in its massive possibilities in distribution of products. Anyone can open...

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Customers the day after tomorrow  by Steven Van Belleghem

Customers the day after tomorrow

Steven Van Belleghem

Book

"Phase 3 of digitalisation has started. A phase of artificial intelligence has revolutionised the buying behavior of customers: collecting information, the buying process and customer service have changed dramatically. This book explains the impact of...

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Blitzscaling  by Reid Hoffman

Blitzscaling

Reid Hoffman

Book

"Silicon Valley is renowned for its striking number of businesses which have grown from garage start-ups into global giants; Apple, Cisco, Google, HP and Intel to name a few. But what is the secret to their outstanding success? Hoffman and Yeh explain...

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Manufactured insecurity  by Esther Sullivan

Manufactured insecurity

Esther Sullivan

Book

"Manufactured Insecurity is the first book to document the sociolegal and geospatial forces that shape life in the mobile home park, as well as the catalytic moments of upheaval that occur when mobile home parks are redeveloped and entire communities...

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The one-minute money mentor for women  by Deborah Smith Pegues

The one-minute money mentor for women

Deborah Smith Pegues

Book

"Money--and all the fears that come with it--can easily consume your days. That's why Deborah Smith Pegues, a certified public accountant and bestselling author, wants to give you the financial know-how and insider secrets that will set you free. No ...

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Back to human  by Dan Schawbel

Back to human

Dan Schawbel

Book

"Back to Human explains how a more socially connected workforce creates greater fulfillment, productivity, and engagement while preventing burnout and turnover."--Provided by publisher.

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Laugh out loud  by Barbara Plester

Laugh out loud

Barbara Plester

Book

"Humor is part and parcel of every workplace. However, while it usually demonstrates and fosters a united, happy workforce, it can at times be deeply damaging and divisive. This book is the first-ever authoritative work on the use and management of humor...

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Sugar daddy capitalism  by P. (Peter) Fleming

Sugar daddy capitalism

P. (Peter) Fleming

Book

Introduction: the economics of sleaze -- Uberfamiliar -- Sugar daddy capitalism -- Wiki-feudalism -- The human : all too human workplace -- No more buddy buddy -- Conclusion: less human

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The gift of global talent  by William R. (William Robert) Kerr

The gift of global talent

William R. (William Robert) Kerr

Book

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Why women have better sex under socialism and other arguments for economic independence  by Kristen Ghodsee

Why women have better sex under socialism and other arguments for economic independence

Kristen Ghodsee

Book

Introduction: you might be suffering from capitalism -- Women: like men, but cheaper : on work -- What to expect when you're expecting exploitation: on motherhood -- Pantsuits are not enough : on leadership -- Capitalism between the sheets : on sex (Part...

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Crazy busy  by Kevin DeYoung

Crazy busy

Kevin DeYoung

Book

"I'm too busy. We've all heard it, we've all said it. Sometimes being busy seems like the theme of our lives. Yet this frenetic pace poses a serious threat to our physical, social, and even spiritual well-being. In this mercifully short book about a really...

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The ancient code  by Michael Feeley

The ancient code

Michael Feeley

Book

"Michael Feeley is a former UK police officer and expert witness who uses 17 years of evidence gathering and investigative experience to decipher a secret and complex world of coded messages and languages used by the chosen initiates who hold the key...

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Insane mode  by Hamish McKenzie

Insane mode

Hamish McKenzie

Book

Tells the story of Tesla and argues that, under Elon Musk's "insane mode" leadership, the company is bringing an end to the era of gasoline-powered transportation.

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Women who dig  by Trina Moyles

Women who dig

Trina Moyles

Book

"Weaving together the narratives of female farmers from across three continents, Women Who Dig offers a critical look at how women are responding to and increasingly rising up against the injustices of the global food system. Beautifully written with...

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Fight for the forests  by Paul Bensemann

Fight for the forests

Paul Bensemann

Book

"The greatest success story of New Zealand’s modern environmental movement were the pivotal campaigns between 1970 and 2000 that stopped the destruction of our native forest. They began with the battle to save Lake Manapōuri from being flooded,...

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New Zealand's rivers  by Catherine Knight

New Zealand's rivers

Catherine Knight

Book

"'New Zealand's Rivers: An environmental history' explores the relationship between New Zealanders and their rivers, explaining how they have arrived at a crisis point, where fresh water has become their most contested resource and many rivers are too...

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Austral ark

Austral ark

Book

"Australia and New Zealand are home to a remarkable and unique assemblage of flora and fauna. Sadly though, by virtue of their long isolation, and a naive and vulnerable biota, both countries have suffered substantial losses to biodiversity since Eur...

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Ready set grow  by Leonie (Businesswomen) Freeman

Ready set grow

Leonie (Businesswomen) Freeman

Book

"Many small business owners start with great enthusiasm for their new business, but after a few years give up due to frustration, staffing issues, bureaucratic nonsense, or running out of funds to keep going. It's not all a bed of roses for sure, but...

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Chief joy officer  by Richard Sheridan

Chief joy officer

Richard Sheridan

Book

"Rich Sheridan's Joy, Inc told the story of how his tiny software company in Ann Arbor, Michigan achieved success and renown by embracing offbeat culture and human-centered values. In this book, he turns his attention from culture to leadership, and draws...

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Rich enough?  by Mary Holm

Rich enough?

Mary Holm

Book

"A one-stop-shop for making the most of what you have ... Mary Holm is the most trusted writer and reliable long-term adviser on money matters in New Zealand ... Better than anyone else, she knows what worries New Zealanders about money, what they...

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Six batteries of change  by Peter De Prins

Six batteries of change

Peter De Prins

Book

"The book identifies six batteries of change that organisations and managers need to charge for change to become effective, and offers insights in how to charge each of the six batteries. The role of a change manager is to ensure that all six batteries...

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World's most endangered  by Sophie McCallum

World's most endangered

Sophie McCallum

Book

"World's Most Endangered offers a fascinating facts and mind-blowing information on some of the world's rarest creatures. It focuses on 25 species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians which are classified as Critically Endangered by the WWF and...

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Digital transformation from the inside out  by Marcus Dervin

Digital transformation from the inside out

Marcus Dervin

Book

"On this digital age, it's crucial to leverage the latest technologies to give your organisation the edge. With Digital Transformation your organisation can: Become more competitive, through innovation and collaboration; Get work done faster and better...

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Mastering your inner critic and 7 other high hurdles to advancement  by Susan (Susan McKenty) Brady

Mastering your inner critic and 7 other high hurdles to advancement

Susan (Susan McKenty) Brady

Book

"How many times did your inner critic pop up and talk you down today? Or, tell you someone else wasn’t good enough? Is your inner critic running rampant, thwarting your advancement as a leader? You may have never called your inner critic out or confronted...

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How to be successful without hurting men's feelings  by Sarah Cooper

How to be successful without hurting men's feelings

Sarah Cooper

Book

"Ambitious women are so scary. In this fast-paced business world, female leaders need to make sure they're not perceived as pushy, aggressive, or competent. In How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men's Feelings, Sarah Cooper, author of the bestselling...

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Exponential transformation  by Francisco Palao

Exponential transformation

Francisco Palao

Book

"Today’s top business challenge is adapting to accelerating technological change. We are in the early stages of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, characterized by the convergence of new exponentially advancing technologies that blur the lines between...

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This is marketing  by Seth Godin

This is marketing

Seth Godin

Book

"Over the past quarter century, Seth Godin has taught and inspired millions of entrepreneurs, marketers, leaders, and fans from all walks of life, via his blog, online courses, lectures, and bestselling books. He is the inventor of countless ideas and...

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Lessons in leadership  by Ann Andrews

Lessons in leadership

Ann Andrews

Book

"Lessons in Leadership explores the chaotic first 230 days of Donald Trump’s presidency and turns each blunder; gaff and tweet into real life lessons that anyone in a leadership role can learn from. Ann Andrews challenges: Trump’s ‘Make America Great...

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Profitable podcasting  by Stephen Woessner

Profitable podcasting

Stephen Woessner

Book

"Podcasting offers rich opportunities, especially if you do it right. Lays out a precise formula for creating, launching, marketing and monetizing podcasts in any industry."--Publisher's description.

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Moonshots  by Naveen Jain

Moonshots

Naveen Jain

Book

"Learn how curiosity, imagination, and exponential innovation are creating life without limits Naveen Jain is leading disruptions today that will reshape the world--and beyond. From redefining civilian space exploration to creating a path to free energy...

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Storytelling for the revolution  by Mitchell Lewis Ditkoff

Storytelling for the revolution

Mitchell Lewis Ditkoff

Book

"If you are wondering why I chose to call my book: Story for the revolution: the ultimate uprising of insight, wisdom, and love - a title some people might think is incendiary, inflated, or overly dramatic, here's why: We need a revolution. We do. But...

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Work like a woman  by Mary Portas

Work like a woman

Mary Portas

Book

Women today are working in a man's culture - and it's holding us back. [Here], Mary Portas examines the world of employment, how it works against women and what needs to change, as she tells the story of her career - and learning to rewrite the rules....

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You, incorporated  by Ines Temple

You, incorporated

Ines Temple

Book

"A no-nonsense guide for those new to the workforce, looking for a job, career-changers and career builders. Organized into five direct and digestible chapters, You, Incorporated, is the ultimate practical guide to career success that zeros in on the...

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Prosperity  by C. P. (Colin P.) Mayer

Prosperity

C. P. (Colin P.) Mayer

Book

"What is business for? Day one of a business course will tell you: it is to maximise shareholder profit. This single idea pervades all our thinking and teaching about business around the world but it is fundamentally wrong, Colin Mayer argues. It has...

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The snowball system  by Mo Bunnell

The snowball system

Mo Bunnell

Book

"Learn how to sell yourself without selling your soul in Mo Bunnell's comprehensive program that helps you win more clients, build stronger relationships, and do more business."--Provided by publisher.

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Writing for social media  by Carrie Marshall

Writing for social media

Carrie Marshall

Book

"Engaging and interacting through social media is essential for businesses in this day and age. Writing for social media can be difficult to get right and even big brands can get it wrong. This book walks you through how to write effectively for social...

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Lead yourself first  by Raymond Michael Kethledge

Lead yourself first

Raymond Michael Kethledge

Book

"Cites examples from great leaders in politics, business, sports, and the military to argue that leaders should unplug from daily life and spend time alone to improve clarity and creativity, balance their emotions, and sustain certainty."--Provided b...

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The unrules  by Igor Tulchinsky

The unrules

Igor Tulchinsky

Book

"The UnRules presents the dynamic rules for success in the age of exponential information. Written by Igor Tulchinsky, it is a prescriptive, inspirational book for everyone navigating the tidal waves of the information age. Data is everywhere, coming...

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Broke millenial  by Erin Lowry

Broke millenial

Erin Lowry

Book

Based on the successful blog, a smart guide that uses wry humor and real-life examples to demystify the basics of money for Millennials. 27-year-old personal finance expert Erin Lowry is the cash-savvy friend every 20- and 30-something needs. Instead...

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We are all weird  by Seth Godin

We are all weird

Seth Godin

Book

We Are All Weird is Seth Godin's cult classic on celebrating (and marketing to) the individual, now repackaged and relaunched. It is suitable for generations, marketers, industrialists and politicians have tried to tell consumers what they should buy,...

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Stack silver, get gold  by Hunter Riley

Stack silver, get gold

Hunter Riley

Book

"You know buying silver and gold is smart & you're ready to buy gold and silver bullion before the uninformed public catches on. But you aren't exactly sure where to start or you have questions like? How do you buy gold or buy silver without getting ripped...

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QuickBooks 2019 for dummies  by Stephen L. Nelson

QuickBooks 2019 for dummies

Stephen L. Nelson

Book

"QuickBooks 2019 For Dummies is here to make it easier than ever to familiarize yourself with the latest version of the software. It shows you step by step how to build the perfect budget, simplify tax return preparation, manage inventory, track job ...

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The crypto book  by Siam Kidd

The crypto book

Siam Kidd

Book

"The future of money is digital currency. Bitcoin is a technological tour de force. Bill Gates, Founder of Microsoft Blockchain technology and the cryptocurrencies it enables are being described by some people as the biggest thing since the internet,...

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Stay hungry & kick burnout in the butt  by Steven Berglas

Stay hungry & kick burnout in the butt

Steven Berglas

Book

"In Stay hungry & kick burnout in the butt, Berglas explores what causes people to suffer psychological burnout, and how to prevent it. Specifically, Berglas walks you through a program that enables you to identify passions and harness the energy (al...

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Breaking bad habits  by Freek Vermeulen

Breaking bad habits

Freek Vermeulen

Book

"It's very likely that best practices--ideas, processes, and strategies that are commonplace in your industry--are actually hurting your business. Although best practices can help businesses operate more competitively and efficiently, they are often ...

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Leadership skills that inspire incredible results  by Fred Halstead

Leadership skills that inspire incredible results

Fred Halstead

Book

"In Leadership Skills That Inspire Incredible Results, Halstead gives you the same advice, guidance, and techniques he offers his clients. He outlines the skills needed to be an effective leader and provides techniques augmented by real-world examples....

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Budgeting 101  by Michele Cagan

Budgeting 101

Michele Cagan

Book

"Don't break the bank--learn to create and stick to a budget with this comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide to saving money sensibly in this edition of the popular 101 series. Sometimes, it can seem like saving money is impossible. With everyday e...

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New Zealand's changing biodiversity  by Jim Hilton

New Zealand's changing biodiversity

Jim Hilton

Book

When New Zealand broke away from the continent of Gondwana its unique birds, fish, reptiles, insects and plants developed and evolved in isolation. Without humans these living things still faced major challenges to their survival but much survived intact....

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Scenic playground  by Peter Alsop

Scenic playground

Peter Alsop

Book

"This lavish book explores the story behind the promotion of New Zealand's mountains - through posters, advertisements, hand-coloured photos and more. It explains how the country built its reputation as an alpine playground and, alongside, how mountains...

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It doesn't have to be crazy at work  by Jason (Business writer) Fried

It doesn't have to be crazy at work

Jason (Business writer) Fried

Book

"It is a direct attack on the chaos, anxiety and stress that plagues millions of workplaces and billions of people working their day jobs. Working to breaking point with long hours, excessive workload, and a lack of sleep have become a badge of honour...

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Leading from your best self  by Rob Salafia

Leading from your best self

Rob Salafia

Book

"Proven techniques for building self-confidence, making personal connections, and developing a professional presence that's powerful, authentic, and effective. Great leaders connect with others while always staying true to themselves. The exercises a...

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201 knockout answers to tough interview questions  by Linda Matias

201 knockout answers to tough interview questions

Linda Matias

Book

"Increasingly, employers today are using a tough new kind of interview to evaluate candidates and determine how well they think on their feet. To be successful in these new competency-based interviews, job seekers must be prepared with situation-spec...

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Better business relationships  by Kim Tasso

Better business relationships

Kim Tasso

Book

"Business success is usually reliant on being able to get along with people. Better Business Relationships brings together a wealth of knowledge and practical advice, from psychology to communications and sales, to provide insight and guidance to both...

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How to get to great ideas  by Dave Birss

How to get to great ideas

Dave Birss

Book

"A tangible approach to building the intangible skill of creativity, offering a simple new theory about how to have original and valuable ideas. The highly practical lessons in How to Get to Great Ideas are based on neuroscience, psychology and socio...

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The million dollar handshake  by Catherine Molloy

The million dollar handshake

Catherine Molloy

Book

"First impressions do count and few have as much impact as your handshake. This book shows you how to create a great first impression; offers advice on how to let the other person see that you are interested in them, that they can trust and depend on...

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Day trading 101  by David Borman

Day trading 101

David Borman

Book

"A comprehensive guide to day trading, with prescriptive information and actionable advice to help you achieve financial success. It may seem that day trading is only for savvy investors who know the ins and outs of the marketplace--but it doesn't have...

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AngloArabia  by David Wearing

AngloArabia

David Wearing

Book

Huge controversy surrounds Britain's alliances with deeply repressive Gulf monarchies, and the UK's key supporting role in the disastrous Saudi-led intervention in Yemen has lent added urgency to the debate. As these stories continue to make the head...

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#Stand out online  by Natasha Courtenay-Smith

#Stand out online

Natasha Courtenay-Smith

Book

"The inspirational new book from the author of The Million Dollar Blog: discover how to build an authoritative and authentic personal brand that will change your life. If you google yourself, what do you see? Do you blend in with the masses or stand out...

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The formula  by Albert-László Barabási

The formula

Albert-László Barabási

Book

"The ground-breaking book that reveals the indisputable scientific laws that can turn your achievements into success and how to use them to your own advantage. In The Formula, Barabási, one of the world's leading experts on the science of networks, reveals...

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You are a mogul  by Tiffany Pham

You are a mogul

Tiffany Pham

Book

"How to do the impossible, do it yourself, and do it now. Tiffany Pham was born in France to Vietnamese parents. Moving to Texas without speaking a word of English, she founded her own company, Mogul, from her laptop, having taught herself how to code....

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Bring your whole self to work  by Mike Robbins

Bring your whole self to work

Mike Robbins

Book

"In today's work environment, the lines between our professional and personal lives are blurred more than ever before. Whatever is happening to us outside of our workplace--whether stressful, painful, or joyful--follows us into work as well. We may think...

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Leaders  by Stanley A. McChrystal

Leaders

Stanley A. McChrystal

Book

"In Leaders, retired four-star General Stanley McChrystal has written a passionate call to arms, looking to redefine what it means to be a successful leader in today's world. The bestselling author dismantles the outdated Great Man theory of leadersh...

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Compassion Inc.  by Gaurav Sinha

Compassion Inc.

Gaurav Sinha

Book

"Be inspired to transform your business to change the world. Do you ever wonder how successful businesses can be used as a force for good? Do you sometimes feel conflicted by the principles of capitalism? Do you wish to change the world around you whilst...

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The messy middle  by Scott Belsky

The messy middle

Scott Belsky

Book

Silicon Valley is full of start-up success stories--every day stories emerge of a new company with the potential for a billion-dollar valuation and plans for global domination. But what can we really learn from these stories? While most books and press...

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Connecting the dots  by John Chambers

Connecting the dots

John Chambers

Book

"Legendary Silicon Valley visionary and one of the world's greatest business leaders, John Chambers shares the playbook and philosophy that transformed Cisco into a global tech titan and now inspire a new generation of leaders. With numerous start-ups...

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The new biological economy  by Eric Pawson

The new biological economy

Eric Pawson

Book

"For over a century, New Zealand has built its economy through a series of commodity-based booms - from wood and wool to beef and butter. Now the country faces new challenges. By doubling down on dairy farms, aren't New Zealanders destroying the clean...

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Prosperity without growth  by Tim Jackson

Prosperity without growth

Tim Jackson

Book

"The publication of Prosperity without Growth was a landmark in the sustainability debate. Tim Jackson’s piercing challenge to conventional economics openly questioned the most highly prized goal of politicians and economists alike: the continued pursuit...

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The invading sea  by Neville Peat

The invading sea

Neville Peat

Book

Low-lying coast is a chronically grim frontline of climate change, socially and economically, and the frontline with the most to lose.’New Zealand’s coastline is under attack. When cyclones and king tides coincide, there is double trouble...

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#Maxout your life  by Ed Mylett

#Maxout your life

Ed Mylett

Book

"Ed Mylett is one of the best business leaders, peak performance experts, and motivational speakers in the world. Ed has a passion for mentoring and coaching others on what it takes to become a champion in all areas of life. #Maxout your life is for those...

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The Pomodoro Technique®  by Francesco Cirillo

The Pomodoro Technique®

Francesco Cirillo

Book

"Italian business consultant Francesco Cirillo has devised a deceptively simple time-management method, based on more than two decades of refinement and thinking. Easy to understand and highly adaptable, you'll learn how to work with time, eliminate ...

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The finance curse  by Nicholas Shaxson

The finance curse

Nicholas Shaxson

Book

We need finance - but when finance grows too big it becomes a curse. Far from being the geese that lay the golden eggs, Wall Street and the City of London have become cuckoos in the nest. The City of London is the single biggest drain on our resources;...

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Know your value  by Mika Brzezinski

Know your value

Mika Brzezinski

Book

"Prompted by her own experience as cohost of Morning Joe, Mika Brzezinski asked a wide range of successful women to share the critical lessons they learned while moving up in their fields. Power players such as Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, Senator Eli...

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Kindness in leadership

Kindness in leadership

Book

"Kindness in Leadership is one of the first books to explore both the concept and practice of kindness in leadership and consider them in different societal and organisational settings. Its uniqueness lies in combining an innovative mix of personal views...

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Why businesses fail...  by Bob Weir

Why businesses fail...

Bob Weir

Book

"What was the real reason for the failure of South Canterbury Finance and could it have been saved? Was it really the fall in coal prices that sank Solid Energy? Why did Pumpkin Patch collapse? Why do over 2000 small businesses go into liquidation every...

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Sell it like Serhant  by Ryan Serhant

Sell it like Serhant

Ryan Serhant

Book

"Ryan Serhant was a shy, jobless hand model when he entered the real estate business in 2008, at a time the country was on the verge of economic collapse. Just nine years later, he has emerged as one of the top realtors in the world and an authority on...

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Unleash different  by Rich Donovan

Unleash different

Rich Donovan

Book

"If you discovered a new market comprising 53% of the world's population, would you act to invest in it? There are 1.3 billion people around the world who identify as having a disability. When you include friends and family, the disability market touches...

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Living the savvy life  by Melissa Tosetti

Living the savvy life

Melissa Tosetti

Book

"Money affects every aspect of our lives. It affects how we dress, where we live, what we eat and how we spend our free time. It affects our emotions and enhances or detracts from our enjoyment of life. Effective money management is about so much more...

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Measure what matters  by John E. Doerr

Measure what matters

John E. Doerr

Book

"In the fall of 1999, John Doerr met with the founders of a start-up he'd just given nearly $12 million, the biggest investment of his career. Larry Page and Sergey Brin had amazing technology, entrepreneurial energy, and sky-high ambitions, but no r...

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The dichotomy of leadership  by Jocko Willink

The dichotomy of leadership

Jocko Willink

Book

"With their first book, Extreme Ownership (published in October 2015), Jocko Willink and Leif Babin set a new standard for leadership, challenging readers to become better leaders, better followers, and better people, in both their professional and p...

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Lab rats  by Daniel Lyons

Lab rats

Daniel Lyons

Book

"Examines how the ideas of Silicon Valley and its "new oligarchs" have changed work culture, making employees subject to constant change, dehumanizing technologies, and even health risks, and discusses how to restore the social contract between employers...

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Losing military supremacy  by Andrei Martyanov

Losing military supremacy

Andrei Martyanov

Book

"American exceptionalist culture has deep roots in the American founding, which even Alexis De Tocqueville observed in his seminal work in 1837. While exceptionalism is not unique to America, the intensity of their conviction and its global rami...

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Maserati at heart  by Ermanno Cozza

Maserati at heart

Ermanno Cozza

Book

"In this book Ermanno Cozza, the true historic memory of Maserati, passionately tells a story packed with behind the scenes truths - right up to today - that have never before been published. He covers half a century of the company's life, which he lived...

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Higher status  by Jason Capital

Higher status

Jason Capital

Book

When he was twenty-three, Jason Capital woke up one morning with only twenty-three dollars to his name, feeling stuck and overwhelmed. He realized that he wasn't going to win the game of life based on what he learned at school and from his parents. But...

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The compass and the radar  by Paolo Gallo

The compass and the radar

Paolo Gallo

Book

"Paolo Gallo offers a unique pathway toward identifying the right career, finding the ideal job and developing a moral compass--the solid value system that will then anchor the reader in their professional lives. With a creative and engaging mix of ...

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