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It S Called Work For A Reason

Author : Larry Winget
ISBN : 1592402267
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Larry Winget hacks through the bad advice given in most business books. Some authors stroke your ego by reinforcing information you already know. Others get you lost in pages of boredom until you have no idea what the book is even about. Some authors exp
Category: Business & Economics

Summary The New Rules Of Marketing Pr

Author : BusinessNews Publishing
ISBN : 9782511021798
Genre : Business & Economics
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The must-read summary of David M. Scott's book: "The New Rules of Marketing and PR: How to Use News Releases, Blogs, Podcasting, Viral Marketing & Online Media to Reach Buyers Directly". This complete summary of the ideas from David M. Scott's book "The New Rules of Marketing and PR" describes how, at one time, the only realistic way you could reach potential customers was to use expensive advertising or try to get media publishers to pick up on material placed by your PR firm. Today, the internet has completely changed the rules of marketing and PR forever. In his book, the author predicts that the real marketing and PR challenges in the years ahead will be to stay at the cutting edge of the various internet-based ways of communicating with customers. This summary will teach you how to succeed in the future by harnessing the power of the internet in order to reach more customers than ever before. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your knowledge To learn more, read "The New Rules of Marketing and PR" and find out how you can keep up with the changes brought by the internet and use them to your advantage.
Category: Business & Economics

No B S Time Management For Entrepreneurs

Author : Dan S. Kennedy
ISBN : 9781613082454
Genre : Business & Economics
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In 2004, Kennedy took on the world of cell phones, PDAs, faxes, emails and every other communication device that pervade the lives of entrepreneurs and suggested when to tap it, and when to give it the heave-ho. He delivered a fresh take on the mantra “time is money” and showed entrepreneurs how to maximize their time to better manage their business. However, times have changed and so has the technology. In this latest edition, Kennedy tackles the technology of today and delivers new insights and tools for boosting personal productivity in keeping with his “less is more” approach. New material includes how to outsource, buying experts, expertise and time. Kennedy covers virtual assistants, errand-running services, and the far-reaching scope of activities and tasks people are paying others to do for them. Kennedy also adds two new chapters discussing how to get more accomplished by leveraging cooperative relationships, why goal setting (and New Year’s Resolutions) fails and how he manages achievement.
Category: Business & Economics

My Lemon Orchard Gets Fertilized

Author : Susan Hanf
ISBN : 9780595499021
Genre : Humor
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Instead of making lemonade from lemons when her life took an unexpected turn in 2005, author Susan Hanf instead planted an entire metaphorical lemon orchard. She's still tending her orchard in this follow-up to the entertaining "My Lemon Orchard." With the same sense of humor, this new collection of entertaining short stories, "My Lemon Orchard Gets Fertilized," describes some of the many misadventures Susan has experienced in her lifetime. From childhood to adulthood, Susans personal anecdotes provide a humorous look at life. From youthful adventures of finding a dead bullfrog in a creek, to being attacked by a three-inch long snake, or traversing a construction site fence only to be immersed in mounds of mud, Susan's stories remind us of our own early mischievousness. As adults, many of us can relate to her battles with a computer and other mechanical items, struggles with cooking, and challenges in tackling the ever elusive marathon. With self-effacing humor and frankness, Susan reminds us we're not the only ones who experience misadventure. Join her on a walk through her lemon'll leave with a laugh and a smile.
Category: Humor

The Idiot Factor

Author : Larry Winget
ISBN : 1592404677
Genre : Self-Help
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An irreverent guide to personal happiness argues that most people are unhappy because they are sabotaging themselves out of enjoying the things they already have, in a resource that recommends specific steps for achieving universal goals.
Category: Self-Help

Real Man S Handbook

Author : Larry Wingett
ISBN : 9781641463607
Genre : Self-Help
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There was a time when everyone knew what a real man was… now, with changing times, values and roles, many men struggle with what it means to be a “real man” in the 21st Century. What does a real man look like? How does he act? What are his values and morals? What role does a real man play in society? The 12 commitments that Chris and Larry share cover the gamut of life, from family, including your spouse and children, work, health, finances, service, and friendships. This little book is thought-provoking. It will both challenge you as well as encourage you. Most importantly, it will cause you to think about what kind of man you are and what kind of man you can become.
Category: Self-Help

Stuff Your Face Or Face Your Stuff

Author : Dorothy Breininger
ISBN : 9780757317385
Genre : Self-Help
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While organizing the lives of her many clients, Emmy-nominated organizing expert Dorothy Breininger learned to face her own stuff, and lost seventy-five pounds in the process. In this one-of-a-kind book she addresses weight loss from the much-needed perspective of what lies underneath our clutter—metaphorically, physically, and emotionally. Whether you're a packrat or a calorie-counter, a neat freak or a binge eater, Breininger reveals why, to be successful on the scale, you must first master the clutter within you and around you. With the same no-holds barred candor that resonates with TV viewers, she offers prescient advice to help anyone face their stuff, with an organized, step-by-step approach to either toss it, tame it, or tailor it to fit their lives. Filled with personal stories from clients, her own success story, and tips from fitness coaches and organizing experts, this imminently practical book gives everyone the tools to declutter their way to their dream size.
Category: Self-Help

Richard S Eleven

Author : Richard Segal
ISBN : 9781481796958
Genre : Fiction
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It is often said that childhood maketh the man. Maybe or maybe not, but it's definitely good source material for amusing stories. From characters such as pre-teen lumberjack in science class and aunt who doesn't believe she will age beyond 29, to Richard himself, an accidental insomniac, who was destined for a career as stand-up comic and newspaper humorist, after half a career gathering 'anecdotes' in a nine to five job. As could many of us, given the absurdities of it all, but there's plenty of time to think and compose when you're awake half the night. A short summer assignment brings him to London where he has to cope with, you guessed it, more freaks and despair, as he tries to escape into his local pub's paperback selection. However, he can't quite get comfortable in his own skin, at all. Was he born that way, or did something set him off? Richard's Eleven calls to mind top selling books dealing with depression, but this is how he'd have doodled one of them, shorter and to the point. This is a spiritual journey arguably better to watch than to live, but can mass transit be passive aggressive and can depressed people be funnier than normal people? Read on.
Category: Fiction

Size 0

Author : D. M. Paige
ISBN : 9781467733465
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Thea Roberts has loved making clothes ever since her grandmother taught her to sew. Now her designs have captured the attention of Harmon Holt, a wealthy alum from her high school. Before she knows it, Thea's landed an internship with a hot LA designer—and she's about to find out what lurks beneath all the glamour. Can she rise above and seize her opportunity?
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Soul Space

Author : Kevin Callahan
ISBN : 9780595484669
Genre : Architecture
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We worship a Christian God who came down from heaven, made himself human and participated in our humanity alongside us in his birth, life, death and resurrection. Yet every weekend millions of people gather in worship environments across this country that have a body language of performance that communicates "sit back, relax and enjoy the show". It hasn't always been this way; in fact it has only been this way in the relatively recent past 100 years of Christianity. When we started "plugging stuff in" we gradually lost our ability to use all our senses which resulted in these banal modern one-dimensional "concert hall" church spaces. Our soul space was sacrificed to the gods of modernity. What can we relearn from our forebears about this lost art of participation? As it turns out, it's not rocket science but it is rocket art! This book will begin with ministry, transition through philosophy, then research the worship environment and finally view the art and architecture. All this in pursuit of rocket art as we travel through time and space with the "three amigos" of the builders of Chartres Cathedral, the Anasazi of Chaco Canyon New Mexico and Grace Community Church in Indianapolis.
Category: Architecture