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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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The intelligent investor  by Benjamin Graham

The intelligent investor

Benjamin Graham

Book

Taking account of both the defensive and the enterprising investor, outlines the principles of stock selection, explains simple portfolio policy, and offers advice on a range of strategies.

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Beyond entrepreneurship 2.0  by James C. (James Charles) Collins

Beyond entrepreneurship 2.0

James C. (James Charles) Collins

Book

Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0, Collins re-shares the timeless insights in Beyond Entrepreneurship alongside new perspectives gleaned after decades of additional research into what makes great companies tick. In Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0, you'll learn...

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Post Corona  by Scott Galloway

Post Corona

Scott Galloway

Book

The Covid-19 outbreak has turned bedrooms into offices, pitted young against old and widened the gaps between rich and poor, red and blue, the mask-wearers and the mask-haters. Some businesses, like video conference software maker Zoom and Amazon, woke...

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The path  by Peter Mallouk

The path

Peter Mallouk

Book

Accelerate your journey to financial freedom with the tools, strategies, and mindset of money mastery. Regardless of your stage of life and your current financial picture, the quest for financial freedom can indeed be conquered. The journey will demand...

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Working from home  by Tara Powers

Working from home

Tara Powers

Book

Working from home was already on the rise, but when COVID-19 hijacked our reality, it became a way of life for many. Whether you're doing it one or two days a week or full-time, you'll appreciate the guidance in this book. Here are tried-and-true tips...

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Fooled by randomness  by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Fooled by randomness

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Book

This book is the word-of-mouth sensation that will change the way you think about business and the world. It is all about luck: more precisely, how we perceive luck in our personal and professional experiences. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the...

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The power of virtual distance  by Karen Sobel Lojeski

The power of virtual distance

Karen Sobel Lojeski

Book

This revised second edition presents 15 years of data on Virtual Distance metrics and their predictive impact on organizational success factors shedding new light on how to correct for communication challenges that often show up as a foggy set of dig...

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Entrepreneurial leadership  by Joel 1947- author. Peterson

Entrepreneurial leadership

Joel 1947- author. Peterson

Book

Make a lasting impact by launching new initiatives, inspiring others, and championing innovative approaches with this from-the-trenches guide by trusted executive mentor, entrepreneur, and leadership expert Joel Peterson.

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Beating the Street  by Peter (Peter S.) Lynch

Beating the Street

Peter (Peter S.) Lynch

Book

The author explains how to devise a mutual fund strategy, shows how to pick stocks and describes how the individual investor can improve his or her performance to rival that of the experts of the investment clubs.

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English pastoral  by James Rebanks

English pastoral

James Rebanks

Book

As a boy, James Rebanks's grandfather taught him to work the land the old way. Their family farm in the Lake District hills was part of an ancient landscape: a patchwork of crops and meadows, of pastures grazed with livestock, and hedgerows teeming w...

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Capitalist realism  by Mark Fisher

Capitalist realism

Mark Fisher

Book

"After 1989, capitalism has successfully presented itself as the only realistic political-economic system - a situation that the bank crisis of 2008, far from ending, actually compounded. The book analyses the development and principal features of th...

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How I built this  by Guy Raz

How I built this

Guy Raz

Book

Raz has interviewed highly successful entrepreneurs, and here he shares tips for every entrepreneur's journey. From the early days of formulating your idea, to raising money and recruiting employees, to fending off competitors, to finally paying yourself...

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Wilding  by Isabella Tree

Wilding

Isabella Tree

Book

Wilding tells the story of a remarkable experiment: the purposeful rewilding of the Knepp Estate in West Sussex, the revival of natural ecological processes, and the stunning recovery of flora and fauna.

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The essays of Warren Buffett  by Warren Buffett

The essays of Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett

Book

"A gold mine of investing advice from the most successful investor in history When Warren Buffett speaks, people around the world listen. And with good reason: Buffett, or "The Sage of Omaha" as he is popularly known, is arguably, the most successful...

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The new map  by Daniel Yergin

The new map

Daniel Yergin

Book

A new type of Cold War is emerging between China and the West. . The global order is being simultaneously shaken by climate change and the shale revolution in oil and gas - and now by the coronavirus. Controversial fracking technology has given Ameri...

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Retirement made simple  by Noel Whittaker

Retirement made simple

Noel Whittaker

Book

The fastest growing demographic in Australia are retirees, with the number of people over 75 expected to double within 10 years. Retirement is often touted as a worry free time -- but it's also a time full of unique challenges. First is the money issue...

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The barefoot investor  by Scott Pape

The barefoot investor

Scott Pape

Book

This is the only money guide you'll ever need. That's a bold claim, given there are already thousands of finance books on the shelves. So what makes this one different? Well, you won't be overwhelmed with a bunch of 'tips' - or a strict budget (that you...

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Trust me, I'm lying  by Ryan Holiday

Trust me, I'm lying

Ryan Holiday

Book

In 2016, fake news became real news - as its consequences became crushingly obvious in a year of political upsets and global turmoil. But it's not new - you've seen it all before. A malicious online rumour costs a company millions. A political sideshow...

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Money  by Jacob (Cohost of Planet Money podcast) Goldstein

Money

Jacob (Cohost of Planet Money podcast)...

Book

Humans invented money from nothing, so why can't we live without it? And why does no one understand what it really is? In this lively tour through the centuries, Jacob Goldstein charts the story of this paradoxical commodity, exploring where money came...

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Growth hacking  by Anuj Adhiya

Growth hacking

Anuj Adhiya

Book

Airbnb. Uber. Spotify. To join the big fish in the disruptive digital shark tank you need to get beyond siloed sales and marketing approaches. You have to move ahead fast―with input from your whole organization - or die. Since the early 2010s, growth...

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F*ck being humble  by Stefanie Sword-Williams

F*ck being humble

Stefanie Sword-Williams

Book

It's time to f*ck being humble and start taking charge of your own success. Whether it is through our parents, our education, our bosses, our colleagues, or the media we consume, we are constantly told that being jumble is essential to our profession...

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Money basics for tough times  by David Koch

Money basics for tough times

David Koch

Book

Get the money basics right and get back on your feet after financial disaster. Australia hasn't had a recession in 30 years - so how can you recover from it? The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the global economy into chaos and stock market on a wild...

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Less is more  by Jason Hickel

Less is more

Jason Hickel

Book

The world has finally awoken to the reality of climate breakdown and ecological collapse. Now we must face up to its primary cause. Capitalism demands perpetual expansion, which is devastating the living world. There is only one solution that will lead...

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The mushroom at the end of the world  by Anna Lowenhaupt. Tsing

The mushroom at the end of the world

Anna Lowenhaupt. Tsing

Book

Matsutake is the most valuable mushroom in the world—and a weed that grows in human-disturbed forests across the northern hemisphere. Through its ability to nurture trees, matsutake helps forests to grow in daunting places. It is also an edible delicacy...

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Ultimate job search  by Lynn Williams

Ultimate job search

Lynn Williams

Book

"A 'one-stop shop' for all job hunters, Ultimate Job Search takes the stress out of job hunting and provides advice on all stages, from preparing a powerful CV; sample cover letters and emails; making a great impression at interviews; to dealing with...

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Naked economics  by Charles J. Wheelan

Naked economics

Charles J. Wheelan

Book

At last! A new edition of the economics book that won’t put you to sleep. In fact, you won’t be able to put this bestseller down. In our challenging economic climate, this perennial favorite of students and general readers is more than a good read, it’s...

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Money lessons for my younger self  by Nick. author. Carr

Money lessons for my younger self

Nick. author. Carr

Book

"Money lessons for my younger self is a series of 100 diary entries to my two kids and includes all the things I wished I knew in my teens and 20's in the hope they will make smarter decisions in their young adult lives than I did. Many young adults lack...

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Covid schmovid  by Vaughn Davis

Covid schmovid

Vaughn Davis

Book

"Covid Schmovid is more than just a manual for businesses facing the pain and disruption of Covid-19 and its economic aftermath. It's a grab-bag of advice, inspiration, thought starters and practical tips for anyone wanting to grow or start a sustain...

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100% pure future

100% pure future

Book

"Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on New Zealand tourism, but the industry was already troubled by unchecked growth and questionable governance that has put pressure on the environment, infrastructure and communities. In this urgent collection of...

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On money  by Rick (Journalist) Morton

On money

Rick (Journalist) Morton

Book

Money makes the world go round, but does it make us happy? Money is one of the most fraught subjects; it raises powerful emotions in all of us. Too much money often corrupts people - too little can make people feel desperate.Growing up in rural Queen...

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The art of being indispensable at work  by Bruce Tulgan

The art of being indispensable at work

Bruce Tulgan

Book

What's the secret to being indispensable--being a true go-to person--in today's workplace? With new technology, flatter organizations, far-flung virtual teams, and constant change, getting things done at work is tougher and more complex than ever. We're...

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A life on our planet  by David Attenborough

A life on our planet

David Attenborough

Book

A legacy-defining book from Sir David Attenborough, reflecting on his life's work, the dramatic changes to the planet he has witnessed, and what we can do to make a better future. See the world. Then make it better. 'I am 93. I've had an extraordinary...

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Doing agile right  by Darrell Rigby

Doing agile right

Darrell Rigby

Book

Agile has the power to transform work--but only if it's implemented the right way. For decades business leaders have been painfully aware of the huge chasm between their aspiration for a nimble, flexible enterprise and the reality of silos, sluggishness,...

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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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Trade wars are class wars  by Matthew C. Klein

Trade wars are class wars

Matthew C. Klein

Book

Trade disputes are usually understood as conflicts between countries with competing national interests, but as Matthew C. Klein and Michael Pettis show in this book, they are often the unexpected result of domestic political choices to serve the interests...

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Work  by James Suzman

Work

James Suzman

Book

A revolutionary new history of humankind through the prism of work, from the origins of life on Earth to our ever-more automated present. he work we do brings us meaning, moulds our values, determines our social status and dictates how we spend most of...

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Double lives  by Helen McCarthy

Double lives

Helen McCarthy

Book

A groundbreaking history of mothers who worked for pay that will change the way we think about gender, work and equality in modern Britain. In Britain today, three-quarters of mothers are in employment and paid work is an unremarkable feature of women's...

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No rules rules  by Reed Hastings

No rules rules

Reed Hastings

Book

Trust your team. Be radically honest. And never, ever try to please your boss. These are some of the ground rules if you work at Netflix. They are part of a unique cultural experiment that explains how the company has transformed itself at lightning speed...

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How to listen and how to be heard  by Alissa Carpenter

How to listen and how to be heard

Alissa Carpenter

Book

Too often people avoid difficult conversations, but these discussions often need to happen to bring people together so we can all succeed. There's no denying that our workplaces are more diverse than ever. The best employees and leaders know that har...

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Teach yourself about shares  by Roger Kinsky

Teach yourself about shares

Roger Kinsky

Book

Have you been searching for a share investing book that enables you to learn at your own pace? Whether you're new to investing or ready to take your portfolio to the next level, Teach Yourself About Shares explains everything you need to know about i...

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Digital marketing  by Ryan Deiss

Digital marketing

Ryan Deiss

Book

The tools you need to step into the digital world and bring your marketing process up to date. In this book, you'll discover how digital tools can expand your brandl' reach and help you acquire new customers. Digital marketing is all about increasing...

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The obstacle is the way  by Ryan Holiday

The obstacle is the way

Ryan Holiday

Book

"With a simple change of attitude, what seem like insurmountable obstacles become once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Ryan Holiday, who dropped out of college at nineteen to serve as an apprentice to bestselling 'modern Machiavelli' Robert Greene and is...

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Railways studios  by Peter Alsop

Railways studios

Peter Alsop

Book

"For many decades the Railways Department's design studio, Railways Studios, was New Zealand's 'go-to' advertiser. Its tourism and product ads appeared on railway-station hoardings and billboards throughout the land, and it developed some of New Zealand's...

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Digital marketing for businesses in easy steps  by Jon Smith

Digital marketing for businesses in easy steps

Jon Smith

Book

Digital Marketing for Businesses in Easy Steps guides you through the essential steps you need to take to set your digital strategy and get it right first time. It covers all the key digital marketing channels you should consider deploying to generate...

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Great pajama jobs  by Kerry Hannon

Great pajama jobs

Kerry Hannon

Book

Many people spend hours a week commuting into work. Some arrive to an office that is uninspiring or chaotic and wonder, "Why did I come in at all?" They spend all day answering emails and fiddling with computer systems, which they could easily do from...

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Love your career from the start  by Caroline Sandford

Love your career from the start

Caroline Sandford

Book

"This practical book for 15-25-year-olds introduces the four key stages involved in making good decisions for your future. It contains easy exercises that will help you: understand who you are and who you want to become, explore the options that are right...

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Overbooked  by Elizabeth Becker

Overbooked

Elizabeth Becker

Book

"Travel is no longer a past-time but a colossal industry, arguably one of the biggest in the world and second only to oil in importance for many poor countries. One out of 12 people in the world are employed by the tourism industry which contributes ...

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The 4-hour workweek  by Timothy Ferriss

The 4-hour workweek

Timothy Ferriss

Book

The international bestseller on escaping the 9-5 and finding a new way of living. Forget the old concept of retirement and the rest of the deferred-life plan - there is no need to wait and every reason not to, especially in unpredictable economic tim...

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Billion dollar loser  by Reeves Wiedeman

Billion dollar loser

Reeves Wiedeman

Book

The inside story of the rise and fall of WeWork, showing how the excesses of its founder shaped a corporate culture unlike any other. Christened a potential savior of Silicon Valley's startup culture, Adam Neumann was set to take WeWork, his office s...

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Mentor to millions  by Kevin Harrington

Mentor to millions

Kevin Harrington

Book

It can be lonely as an entrepreneur-but if you surround yourself with mentors and advocates, you greatly increase your odds of fantastic success. Serial entrepreneur Mark Timm offers readers a glimpse behind the curtain by sharing intimate conversations...

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Shoemaker  by Joe Foster

Shoemaker

Joe Foster

Book

The remarkable story of how Joe Foster developed Reebok into one of the world's most famous sports brands, having started from a small factory in Bolton. Since the late 19th century, the Foster family had been hand-making running shoes, supplying the...

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Dark towers  by David Enrich

Dark towers

David Enrich

Book

A searing exposé of the most scandalous bank in the world, including its shadowy ties to Donald Trump's business empire. On a rainy Sunday in 2014, a senior executive at Deutsche Bank was found hanging in his London apartment. Bill Broeksmit had helped...

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You've got this  by Bec Brown

You've got this

Bec Brown

Book

Want to flourish in a creative industry such as entertainment, marketing, advertising, PR, design, photography, media or the arts? Would you love to score your dream job or start a business doing something you love and be earning a great income - but...

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Big enough  by Lee LeFever

Big enough

Lee LeFever

Book

In this illuminating book, entrepreneur Lee LeFever gives an inside view of building a scalable, product-focused business, while never compromising on quality of life. Lee and his wife, Sachi, responded to the promise of the internet by building a ho...

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Time rich  by Steve Glaveski

Time rich

Steve Glaveski

Book

Business and creative professionals often dedicate long hours to their work, with limited rewards. This book can help you see where you might be sabotaging your own goals. Time Rich helps you identify where you're losing personal time and mismanaging...

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Bookkeeping  by Veechi Curtis

Bookkeeping

Veechi Curtis

Book

Be confident about your bookkeeping knowledge! If you're not sure you know your assets from your equity, this is the book for you! But whether you're a small business owner confronting bookkeeping for the first time or a bookkeeping pro who wants to learn...

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Unleashed  by Frances Frei

Unleashed

Frances Frei

Book

Authors Frances Frei and Anne Morriss champion a bold redefinition of leadership and offer a real-world guide for unleashing greatness in other people and, ultimately, yourself. When leaders want to improve, they find an abundance of ideas to help bu...

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Work your money, not your life  by Roger Ma

Work your money, not your life

Roger Ma

Book

When the life people are living and the life people want to live don't match up, they may feel stressed or off-balance. People naturally try to solve the immediate issue they think is causing this uneasiness. If they're stressed about money and falling...

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The little book of common sense investing  by John C. Bogle

The little book of common sense investing

John C. Bogle

Book

The Little Book of Common Sense Investing is the classic guide to getting smart about the market. Legendary mutual fund pioneer John C. Bogle reveals his key to getting more out of investing: low-cost index funds. Bogle describes the simplest and mos...

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Passion. Purpose. Profit.  by Fiona Killackey

Passion. Purpose. Profit.

Fiona Killackey

Book

The must-have book for anyone starting a business or looking to fall in love with their business again. It's one thing to have a business idea, or even to start a creative business. It's quite another to scale it sustainably without increasing your f...

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Take your space  by Jo Cribb

Take your space

Jo Cribb

Book

"Never has there been a better time in history for women to come together as we learn to live, work and respond in our new world order. Take Your Space is an essential resource drawn from 16 diverse and successful women who want to help you to take one...

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Stop worrying about money  by Baubre Murray

Stop worrying about money

Baubre Murray

Book

"This book is for anyone who looks at their bank balance each week and wonders... where has all the money gone? Few of us take the time and trouble to think about our finances, but a little planning now can reap big rewards later. This book explains how...

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Dark emu  by Bruce Pascoe

Dark emu

Bruce Pascoe

Book

Dark Emu argues for a reconsideration of the 'hunter-gatherer' tag for pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians and attempts to rebut the colonial myths that have worked to justify dispossession. Accomplished author Bruce Pascoe provides compelling evidence...

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Just money  by Royce Kurmelovs

Just money

Royce Kurmelovs

Book

The debt business is booming. Millions of Australians grapple with credit cards, mortgages and student debt repayments each day. As the result of a car crash without insurance, investigative journalist Royce Kurmelovs finds himself among them. When a...

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Breaking the gender code  by Danielle Dobson

Breaking the gender code

Danielle Dobson

Book

The myths around career and motherhood have fed into the illusion of having it all. The reality is, these Gender Code myths are a barrier to us reaching our potential. This book puts the Gender Code under the microscope. It scrutinises the equation o...

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The personal MBA  by Josh Kaufman

The personal MBA

Josh Kaufman

Book

Provides a comprehensive overview of every major business topic: entrepreneurship, product development, marketing, sales, negotiation, accounting, finance, productivity, communication, psychology, leadership, management, systems design, analysis, and...

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Into the spotlight  by Nicola Moras

Into the spotlight

Nicola Moras

Book

The quickest way to get your business back on track in these COVID-19 times is to make it more visible online in the digital world. To do this, YOU, the business owner, leader or entrepreneur have to get comfortable stepping in the spotlight. Digital...

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The double X economy  by Linda M. Scott

The double X economy

Linda M. Scott

Book

An urgent analysis of global gender inequality and a passionately argued case for change by a pioneer in the movement for women's economic empowerment. Women's economic development expert Linda Scott coined the paradigm-shifting concept of the 'double...

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Half lives  by Lucy Jane Santos

Half lives

Lucy Jane Santos

Book

Of all the radioactive elements discovered at the end of the 19th century, it was radium that became the focus of both public fascination and entrepreneurial zeal. Half Lives tells the fascinating, curious, sometimes macabre story of the element through...

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Coffeeland  by Augustine Sedgewick

Coffeeland

Augustine Sedgewick

Book

Once drunk only as part of an obscure Islamic custom, coffee is now an indispensible part of daily life for billions of people around the world. It is one of the most valuable commodities in the history of the global economy and the world's most popular...

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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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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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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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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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