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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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Stock investing  by Paul J. Mladjenovic

Stock investing

Paul J. Mladjenovic

Book

This new edition of Stock Investing for Dummies gives you proven strategies for selecting the stock of solid, winning companies and help you build your portfolio for either growth, cashflow (dividends) or both. Long-term stock investing has been a reliable...

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Starting an online business all-in-one  by Shannon Belew

Starting an online business all-in-one

Shannon Belew

Book

The tools you need to follow your dream of starting and running an online business! With the right knowledge and resources, you can take action to start the online business you've been dreaming of. This comprehensive guide provides tips and tricks for...

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The most powerful you  by Kathy Caprino

The most powerful you

Kathy Caprino

Book

The business world has been forever changed by the progress women have made. Yet, with only 38% of manager roles and 25% of C-suite positions being held by women, we continue to struggle to achieve the reward, respect and authority we deserve. In The...

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The power of not thinking  by Simon Roberts

The power of not thinking

Simon Roberts

Book

Have you ever relied on your hand to remember your pin rather than your memory? Or acted out a golf stroke before going for it? Or listened to your gut on a big decision? In this insightful new book, leading business anthropologist Simon Roberts breaks...

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The new rules of marketing & PR  by David Meerman Scott

The new rules of marketing & PR

David Meerman Scott

Book

The seventh edition of the pioneering guide to generating attention for your idea or business, packed with new and updated information In the Digital Age, marketing tactics seem to change on a day-to-day basis. As the ways we communicate continue to ...

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Urgent!  by Dermot Crowley

Urgent!

Dermot Crowley

Book

One of the most destructive forces for professionals today is dealing with urgency. Some urgency is necessary to drive action and momentum and get stuff done. However, it is the unnecessary urgency that can be the most toxic, causing stress and burnout...

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Your second act  by Patricia Heaton

Your second act

Patricia Heaton

Book

Patricia Heaton knows what it's like to stage a second act and navigate pivotal transitions in life. When Heaton's children left the nest, she found herself in a new and unfamiliar stage of life, compelling her to evaluate which direction to take next....

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Everyday creative  by Mykel Dixon

Everyday creative

Mykel Dixon

Book

Everyday Creative is a book about Creative Leadership and the courage to seek, nurture and liberate original thinking. If we are to succeed in the current economic climate we need to rethink our approach to team and talent development and find more e...

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Negotiate, influence, persuade  by Michael Yardney

Negotiate, influence, persuade

Michael Yardney

Book

Life is one negotiation after another, at home, at work, with family, with customers. Understanding the principles of negotiation, influence and persuasion will help readers get the best deal every time, whether they are buying or selling. While plenty...

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Global energy politics  by Thijs van de Graaf

Global energy politics

Thijs van de Graaf

Book

Ever since the Industrial Revolution energy has been a key driver of world politics. From the oil crises of the 1970s to today's rapid expansion of renewable energy sources, every shift in global energy patterns has important repercussions for intern...

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Seize the yay  by Sarah Davidson

Seize the yay

Sarah Davidson

Book

Kick goals in your business or career and find happiness and fulfilment in the process - Seize The Yay shows you how to do both. There are so many wellness and business titles on the market focusing on success and productivity, but not many which encourage...

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Crisis ahead  by Edward Segal

Crisis ahead

Edward Segal

Book

How many splashy scandals and crisis situations have befallen companies and public figures just in the past week? How did the organizations and people at the center of those crises manage the situation? Did they survive with their reputations intact or...

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Expert secrets  by Russell Brunson

Expert secrets

Russell Brunson

Book

"Your business is a calling. You've been called to serve a group of people with the products, services, and offers that you've created. The impact that the right message can have on someone at the right time in their life is immeasurable. Your message...

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Cracking the code to a successful interview  by Evan Pellett

Cracking the code to a successful interview

Evan Pellett

Book

Cracking the Code to a Successful Interview: 15 Insider Secrets from a Top-Level Recruiter is a groundbreaking new scientific, proactive, cutting-edge, hands-on, proven approach to job interviews by an award-winning, highly decorated recruiter. This ...

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Ripple  by Jez Groom

Ripple

Jez Groom

Book

How do you get people who work in pig abattoirs to wash their hands? How does painting the walls of a canteen pink make construction workers behave more safely? And how can baby faces spray painted onto shop shutters reduce anti-social behaviour? Ripple...

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Dotcom secrets  by Russell Brunson

Dotcom secrets

Russell Brunson

Book

If you are currently struggling with getting traffic to your website, or converting that traffic when it shows up, you may think you've got a traffic or conversion problem. In Russell Brunson's experience, after working with thousands of businesses, he...

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Be your own boss and succeed  by John Angell

Be your own boss and succeed

John Angell

Book

The book is based on the author's experience working with small businesses and aims to highlight to potential and current small business owners the critical factors that will determine whether or not the business will succeed. The book is simply written...

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Microsoft Teams  by Rosemarie Withee

Microsoft Teams

Rosemarie Withee

Book

Millions of people access Microsoft Teams every day to assist with the collaboration it takes to get work done. That number continues to grow thanks to the countless communication tools for working with associates inside and outside your organization...

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The little book of economics

The little book of economics

Book

This book is the perfect introduction to the subject of economics and economic ideas through history. From the earliest forms of currency to the Industrial Revolution, and from the birth of the stock market to free-market capitalism and globalized trade,...

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Ecotourism  by Maddalena Stendardi

Ecotourism

Maddalena Stendardi

Book

Developed in the late 80's, the eco-tourist approach is characterised by a twofold concern for the places visited and the well-being of the people who live there. The means of eco-sustainable transport can be diverse: a canoe or kayak, a bicycle, a horse...

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Bad boss  by Michelle Gibbings

Bad boss

Michelle Gibbings

Book

At one time or another we’ve all had a bad boss – from bullying and intimidation, to unfair feedback and unrealistic workloads. Contrary to popular belief, most bosses don’t set out to be a bad boss, and yet they are. A bad boss’s behaviour sets the tone...

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Capitalism at risk  by Joseph L. Bower

Capitalism at risk

Joseph L. Bower

Book

Q. Who should take the lead in fixing market capitalism? A. Business--not government alone. The spread of capitalism worldwide has made people wealthier than ever before. But capitalism's future is far from assured. Income inequality, resource depletion,...

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Work wellbeing  by Mark McCrindle

Work wellbeing

Mark McCrindle

Book

Eighty-three per cent of employees say it is up to the employer to facilitate well-being in the workplace. Well-being at work is a key priority for employees. Over the last decade our world has increased its focus on individual well-being. There is a...

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The soul of an entrepreneur  by David Sax

The soul of an entrepreneur

David Sax

Book

We all know the story of the latest version of the American Dream: a young innovator drops out of college and creates the next big thing, remaking both business and culture in one fell swoop. We are told these stories constantly, always with the idea...

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Cohousing for life  by Robin Allison

Cohousing for life

Robin Allison

Book

"In Cohousing for Life , architect Robin Allison describes her journey from lonely mother of two in the suburbs to determined driver of the development of New Zealand's first cohousing community. It is a very personal story of a collective endeavour,...

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Feeding Britain  by Tim Lang

Feeding Britain

Tim Lang

Book

How does Britain get its food? Why is our current system at breaking point? How can we fix it before it is too late? British food has changed remarkably in the last half century. As we have become wealthier and more discerning, our food has Europeanized...

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Billion dollar burger  by Chase Purdy

Billion dollar burger

Chase Purdy

Book

The trillion-dollar meat industry is one of our greatest environmental hazards; it pollutes more than all the world's fossil-fuel-powered cars. Global animal agriculture is responsible for deforestation, soil erosion, and more emissions than air travel,...

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The resilient leader  by Christine Perakis

The resilient leader

Christine Perakis

Book

Everyone has encountered their own version of a Category 5 storm--whether it's the coronavirus pandemic, launching a new business, drowning in debt, enduring an emotional crisis, or actual flooding in the streets. But events that would normally incap...

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HBR's 10 must reads on managing risk.

HBR's 10 must reads on managing risk.

Book

Is your business playing it safe--or taking the right risks? Risk is a regular part of business, but knowing which risks to take and when to step back is often unclear. Whether you're assessing a new opportunity for innovation or thinking about your ...

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Cult status  by Tim Duggan

Cult status

Tim Duggan

Book

Enough has been written about huge cult brands founded last century - Nike, Apple, Red Bull. What will the cult companies of tomorrow look like? Who is amassing the kind of passionate community that makes a brand a massive, longterm, cult success? Tim...

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Budgets don't work (but this does)  by Melissa Browne

Budgets don't work (but this does)

Melissa Browne

Book

If you've ever tried to budget but found it just doesn't work, you need to read this book. When it comes to saving and spending money, we're not all the same. Yet for too long, the financial advice world has treated us as if we are. This book will give...

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Who stole my pension?  by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Who stole my pension?

Robert T. Kiyosaki

Book

It's estimated that there are over 50 million pensioners in the United States alone. Like the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Italy, Germany and many other countries around the world are all in big trouble when it comes to the solvency of t...

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The age of influence  by Neal Schaffer

The age of influence

Neal Schaffer

Book

If today's brands want to succeed, they have to be in the conversation, and influencers make that happen. The Age of Influence is an essential guide for marketing professionals and business owners who want to create and implement a highly effective a...

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Designing your work life  by William (Consulting professor of design) Burnett

Designing your work life

William (Consulting professor of design)...

Book

We will spend up to 120,000 hours at work in our lifetimes. But how best to use those hours is one of our most challenging questions. We all want to find meaning at work, but our managers can't get it for us. And as companies work to be more nimble and...

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How management works

How management works

Book

Discover everything you need to know to improve your management skills, and understand key management and business theories with this unique graphic guide. Combining clear, jargon-free language and bold, eye-catching graphics, How Management Works is...

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Financial autonomy  by Paul Benson

Financial autonomy

Paul Benson

Book

Financial Autonomy, by Melbourne financial planning expert Paul Benson is about money. But, unlike most money books, it's not focused on making you the richest person in your street, or worse, the richest person in the cemetery. Instead, the focus of...

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Unreasonable success and how to achieve it  by Richard Koch

Unreasonable success and how to achieve it

Richard Koch

Book

How do people of seemingly ordinary talent go on to achieve unexpected results? What can we learn from them? What are the ingredients for unreasonable success and how is it achieved? In this ground-breaking book, bestselling author Richard Koch charts...

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Beyond the 80/20 principle  by Richard Koch

Beyond the 80/20 principle

Richard Koch

Book

Millions of highly effective people around the world have read Richard Koch's global bestseller THE 80/20 PRINCIPLE and enjoyed a serious advantage in the pursuit of success. Now, BEYOND THE 80/20 PRINCIPLE (previously published as The 80/20 Principle...

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The rare metals war  by Guillaume Pitron

The rare metals war

Guillaume Pitron

Book

Is the shift to renewable energy and digital devices going to free us from severe pollution, material shortages, and military tensions? Rare metals are essential to electric vehicles, fighter jets, wind turbines, and solar panels, and also to our sma...

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The millennial whisperer  by Chris Tuff

The millennial whisperer

Chris Tuff

Book

Chris Tuff puts into context the ways Millennials differ from previous generations and shares practical steps companies and leaders can take to immediately boost productivity withour building an office full of ping pong tables, beer kegs, and partici...

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The Buddha and the Badass  by Vishen Lakhiani

The Buddha and the Badass

Vishen Lakhiani

Book

The New York Times bestselling author of The Code of the Extraordinary Mind challenges everything you thought you knew about work, showing how aligning with your core values and fostering personal growth will lead to unimaginable success with a sense...

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Crisis communication strategies  by Amanda Coleman

Crisis communication strategies

Amanda Coleman

Book

Crisis communication is high stakes work. For communications managers and PR professionals, it's likely to be the most stressful time of their working life. Crisis Communication Strategies is a must-have handbook for laying the groundwork before a crisis...

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Real life money  by Clare Seal

Real life money

Clare Seal

Book

Part memoir, part guide, Real Life Money takes the reader on a journey that can be adapted to their own pace and circumstances. It will cover everything from how to negotiate repayment terms with creditors and setting realistic budgets without punish...

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Coaching winning sales teams  by Tim (Lecturer in behavioural economics and international sales management) Chapman

Coaching winning sales teams

Tim (Lecturer in behavioural economics...

Book

Great sales coaching positively impacts individual, team and organisational sales performance. However, in today's results-driven and time-poor business world, the embedding of sales coaching into everyday practice is often overlooked. This guide utilises...

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Fix this next  by Mike Michalowicz

Fix this next

Mike Michalowicz

Book

The biggest problem entrepreneurs have is that they don't know what their biggest problem is. If you find yourself trapped between stagnating sales, staff turnover, and unhappy customers, what do you fix first? Every issue seems urgent -- but there's...

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Rich dad, poor dad  by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Rich dad, poor dad

Robert T. Kiyosaki

Book

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Low rates high returns  by Pete Wargent

Low rates high returns

Pete Wargent

Book

Low Rates High Returns breaks down the complex world of investing and shows that with an understanding of a few crucial concepts you can gain a good understanding of how the stock market works and, more importantly, how you can safely increase your wealth...

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Gearing up  by Darl Kolb

Gearing up

Darl Kolb

Book

Published a decade ago and reprinted multiple times, the authors' Changing Gears: How to Take Your Kiwi Business from the Kitchen Table to the Board Room was the first book that enabled Kiwi-sized firms to integrate business-school wisdom into their ...

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Monopolized  by David Dayen

Monopolized

David Dayen

Book

Over the last forty years our choices have narrowed, our opportunities have shrunk, and our lives have become governed by a handful of very large and very powerful corporations. Today, practically everything we buy, everywhere we shop, and every service...

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Digital trust  by Barry Connolly

Digital trust

Barry Connolly

Book

Consumer trust is more important than ever, as digital platforms and social media have redefined the relationship between businesses and consumers. In this new and disruptive commercial environment, consumers have developed an expectancy of direct, t...

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I will teach you to be rich  by Ramit Sethi

I will teach you to be rich

Ramit Sethi

Book

If you think financial health is beyond your reach, think again. I Will Teach You To Be Rich is the modern money classic that has revolutionised the lives of countless people all over the world, teaching them how to effectively manage their finances,...

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Billion dollar brand club  by Lawrence Ingrassia

Billion dollar brand club

Lawrence Ingrassia

Book

A leading business journalist takes us inside a business revolution: the upstart brands taking on the empires that long dominated the trillion-dollar consumer economy. Dollar Shave Club and its hilarious marketing. Casper mattresses popping out of a box....

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Mastering the hire  by Chaka Booker

Mastering the hire

Chaka Booker

Book

Research shows you have a 50% chance of hiring the right employee... and a 50% chance of hiring the wrong one. It's a toss up, but it doesn't have to be. Mis-hires siphon your energy and erode team culture. Replacing them is stressful and can cost over...

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Rules of belonging  by Fiona Robertson

Rules of belonging

Fiona Robertson

Book

Culture is the rules of belonging. Change those rules and you'll change your culture. Change your culture and you'll change your results. A quick, entertaining read with practical advice for busy leaders and all employees dreading to go to work each day...

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Catch and kill  by Ronan Farrow

Catch and kill

Ronan Farrow

Book

In a dramatic account of violence and espionage, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Ronan Farrow exposes serial abusers and a cabal of powerful interests hell-bent on covering up the truth, at any cost. In 2017, a routine network televisio...

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Marketing made simple  by Donald Miller

Marketing made simple

Donald Miller

Book

Based on Building a StoryBrand by New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller, this checklist is a strategic and actionable guide to applying the StoryBrand framework to any brand and an essential part of any marketing professional's tool kit. Every...

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Lead any team to win  by Jason Selk

Lead any team to win

Jason Selk

Book

In Lead Any Team to Win, Selk and Bartow show how it takes collective mental toughness to win, developed only through a clear understanding of the goals, limitations, roles and personalities on your team. Great leaders respect and embrace channel cap...

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Arguing with socialists  by Glenn Beck

Arguing with socialists

Glenn Beck

Book

In Arguing With Socialists, New York Times bestselling author Glenn Beck arms readers to the teeth with information necessary to debunk the socialist arguments that have once again become popular, and proves that the free market is the only way to go...

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The 2-hour job search  by Steve Dalton

The 2-hour job search

Steve Dalton

Book

Use the latest technology to target potential employers and secure the first interview, no matter your experience, education, or network with these revised and updated tools and recommendations.

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Start from zero  by Dane Maxwell

Start from zero

Dane Maxwell

Book

Embark on 7 Learning Adventures to Create a Business From Scratch. This book includes research on "who" is most likely to be successful in entrepreneurship across 26 different personality factors. No hype. No BS. No fluff. This is a comprehensive book...

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The future leader  by Jacob Morgan

The future leader

Jacob Morgan

Book

A research based book to help organizations understand what they need to do now in order to build the leader of the future. There are many great leadership books which deal with the present day, but organizations around the world are changing quickly...

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I know this to be true  by Geoff Blackwell

I know this to be true

Geoff Blackwell

Book

'I Know This to Be True' is a global five-year project founded on original interviews to inspire a new generation of leaders. Truth, wisdom, inspiration and what really matters for the most inspiring leaders of our time. Still a teenager, Greta Thunberg...

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Shareplicity  by Danielle Ecuyer

Shareplicity

Danielle Ecuyer

Book

Danielle Ecuyer has distilled her four-decades of global share market experience into this handy guide to investing in the share market. In SHAREPLICITY, she takes the complexity out of share investing, explains concepts simply and in plain English, ...

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Wild kinship  by Monique Hemmingson

Wild kinship

Monique Hemmingson

Book

"Wild Kinship features 28 creative entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries across Australasia who have environmental sustainability at their core. Meet the industry leaders who are foraging a new path and changing the world in their wake. From tiny...

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Not in narrow seas  by B. H. Easton

Not in narrow seas

B. H. Easton

Book

Not in Narrow Seas is a major contribution to the history of Aotearoa New Zealand. It covers everything from the traditional gift-based Maori economy to the Ardern government's attempt to deal with the economic challenges of global warming, and is the...

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Dark emu  by Bruce Pascoe

Dark emu

Bruce Pascoe

Book

In this seminal book, Bruce Pascoe uncovers evidence that long before the arrival of white men, Aboriginal people across the continent were building dams and wells; planting, irrigating, and harvesting seeds, and then preserving the surplus and storing...

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Flash crash  by Liam Vaughan

Flash crash

Liam Vaughan

Book

The riveting story of a trading prodigy who amassed $70 million from his childhood bedroom--until the US government accused him of helping trigger an unprecedented market collapse On May 6, 2010, financial markets around the world tumbled simultaneously...

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We're all in this together  by Mike Robbins

We're all in this together

Mike Robbins

Book

Have you ever been on a team where the talent was strong, but the team wasn't very good? On the flip side, have you ever been on a team where not every single member was a rock star, but something about the team just worked? We've all had these types...

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Dont't buy this book  by Anne Sophie de Bruijn

Dont't buy this book

Anne Sophie de Bruijn

Book

The sequel to the highly successful Don't Read This Book, Time Management for Creative People. Like its predecessor, it uses the "To Don't List" method to help you make the right choices, choices that help you achieve your goals as a creative entrepr...

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Traffic secrets  by Russell Brunson

Traffic secrets

Russell Brunson

Book

The biggest problem that most entrepreneurs have isn't creating an amazing product or service; it's getting their future customers to discover that they even exist. Every year, tens of thousands of businesses start and fail because the entrepreneurs ...

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Transition engineering  by Susan Krumdieck

Transition engineering

Susan Krumdieck

Book

Transition Engineering: Building a Sustainable Future examines new strategies emerging in response to the mega-issues of global climate change, decline in world oil supply, scarcity of key industrial minerals, and local environmental constraints. These...

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Pitching ideas  by Jeroen van Geel

Pitching ideas

Jeroen van Geel

Book

We are good at designing beautiful products and we offer good services. We always know exactly what the user wants and we know dozens of methodologies. However, if we have to convince our customers and colleagues, we find it very hard. For one reason...

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Brand new brand you  by Garry Browne

Brand new brand you

Garry Browne

Book

Brand New Brand You explores your personal branding, how you can improve it, and the intersection between reputation, recognition and relevance. This book will show you how and why your personal brand is the key to your success and how to actively manage...

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