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Book Yourself Solid

Create Your Brand and Live It You’ll be hard pressed to find a better example than this book provides of creating and living your brand. From start to finish, Book Yourself Solid concept delivers on its inherent promise—it shows you what to do to get more clients until you are in fact booked solid. Though […]

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One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way

Take Small, Comfortable Steps Toward Improvement It seems that everyone talks constantly about the need to innovate to put your business on the path to long-term success. But innovation often requires radical changes that take time to produce results. And if the direction chosen is the wrong one, the costs in terms of cash flow, […]

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

The Mindset Paradox This book is a lot like the book The Secret. It has the capacity to give hope to people who may have lost hope, or to those who never had hope to begin with. And hope (aka optimism) is a good thing — in the proper measure. But if there’s a credible complaint […]

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Who Moved My Cheese?

Find a Need and Fill It What need does this book fill? It fills the need of big-business managers who are about to ram some change down the throats of their employees. It makes things much easier on everyone if the employees are trained, or better-yet, brainwashed, into believing that all change is good, and […]

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Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations

Understand Your Competitive Edge In our ever-changing economic market, with unlimited resources available to people all around the globe, you’ve got to have the edge. Intellectual capital provides the competitive edge and leads to innovation. Think of intellectual capital as the grand total of everything that everybody in a company knows that gives the company a […]

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