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The Maui Ceo

Author : John Tennant
ISBN : 0595604226
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Having a successful small business requires the right business model, online strategy and supply chain. "The Maui CEO," updated in 2008, provides the most relevant and timely advice on topics like finding the right sellers in China and promoting your business virally. Other covered topics include Google (organic and paid search, and AdWords); how to utilize customs brokers and international letters of credit; and differentiating yourself on eBay. Written for today's generation, "The Maui CEO" is your guide to small business success in today's global economy. This hardback edition is limited to 100 Artist Proof copies. -John Tennant
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Ceo Guide To Doing Business In New Zealand

Author : Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
ISBN : 9781291663808
Genre : Business & Economics
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New Zealand continues to lead the rankings for the Ease of Doing Business and for Starting a Business respectively. New Zealand has an open-market economy, a stable political system, and has been recognized as one of the world’s least-corrupt countries. This allows businesses to operate with confidence in New Zealand. Exporters to New Zealand should be prepared to adapt their business model to suit the nation’s small population and geographic isolation. New Zealand consists of several islands. The North Island and South Island, and a number of smaller islands with the capital and Government based in Wellington in the North Island. The resident population is approximately 4.4 million. New Zealand has an efficient market driven economy capable of delivering benefits to investors including business stability, extensive free trade agreements and active government support for investment. Investors can take advantage of a business environment consistently rated on many measures as one of the best in the world an environment where it is easy to commence business, where capital flows freely across borders and the quality of life is superb.
Category: Business & Economics

Here Today Gone To Maui

Author : Carol Snow
ISBN : 9781440660313
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of the "delightful"( Booklist) Getting Warmer, a comedy about what happens when the best lei'd plans go awry. When Jane Shea's boyfriend, Jimmy, invites her to spend a week at a swanky resort in Maui, she's thrilled-of course-but nervous, too. She worries about missing their flight. She worries about losing her luggage. It never even occurs to her that she might misplace Jimmy. But paradise has a way of attracting trouble, and Jane hasn't even managed to learn the hula or paddle under a waterfall before Jimmy disappears. When the police suggest that Jimmy has drowned, Jane thinks things can't get any worse-but her troubles have just begun. This is one vacation the guidebooks never prepared her for.
Category: Fiction

Loving Allie

Author : Dayle E. Spencer
ISBN : 9781452521947
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A TRANSFORMATIONAL LOOK AT LOSS For some, the death of a child is a crippling loss. After Mark Twain's daughter, Susan, died at age twenty four, he famously said, "It is one of the mysteries of our nature, that a man, all unprepared, can receive a thunder-stroke like that and live." In Loving Allie, Transforming the Journey of Loss, Dayle E. Spencer chronicles how she received such heartbreaking news and how she survived. Part mythological, part autobiographical, part how-to-manual, this little book has invaluable insights for anyone who has loved and lost. "It's not just a 'mother's journey'. It's everyone's journey." --Louie Anderson, New York Times Bestselling Author "In this deeply moving remembrance of her daughter, Allie, Dayle Spencer helps heal herself and illuminate us all with the power of memory and love. A privilege to read!" --William L. Ury, PhD. Global Bestselling Author "Straight from the heart and from the soul of a mother grappling with the unthinkable--Dayle Spencer tells her story of "Loving Allie" with generosity and courage, leaving the reader with the transcendent power of love." --Beth M. Karassik, PhD., Clinical Psychologist
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Murder In Maui Leila Kahana Mysteries Book 1

Author : R. Barri Flowers
ISBN : 9781465958013
Genre : Fiction
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MURDER IN MAUI: A Leila Kahana Mystery is a police procedural medical mystery novel set in the lush, deceptively idyllic tropical paradise of Hawaii. Maui County homicide detective and composite sketch artist Leila Kahana is the protagonist. A Hawaiian native, Leila follows in the footsteps of her grandfather who was the County of Maui police chief. She is tough, smart, sexy, and outspoken. Leila’s partner is Detective Sergeant Blake Seymour, separated from his wife and pushing to make lieutenant. Leila and Seymour investigate the execution-style murder of two prominent doctors in an upscale condominium. Larry Nagasaka and Elizabeth Racine are found lying naked in bed in a pool of their own blood. It is learned that they are married, but not to each other, and that the doctors belong to a prestigious medical association. Assisting the detectives in the case are fellow members of the homicide squad, Detectives Trent Ferguson and Rachel Lancaster, run by Lieutenant Paul Ortega who is contemplating retirement. As they interview suspects and collect evidence, more doctors belonging to the medical association are murdered, making it clear to all that they have a ruthless and determined serial killer on their hands. Leila, attempting to step out of the shadow of her grandfather and prove her worth to a skeptical Polynesian mother, is determined to solve this case, made more difficult as all the victims have skeletons in their closets. Leila’s romantic involvement with Seymour, in spite of her conservative upbringing and the fact that he still pines for his soon-to-be ex-wife, complicates matters. What sets this series apart--aside from the lush setting of Maui and its distinct areas that are prominent in the book such as Wailuku, Lahaina, Kihei, and Napili--is the colorful main characters as they painstakingly go through the process of stopping a ruthless killer, with everyone a suspect. PRAISE FOR MURDER IN MAUI FROM BESTSELLING MYSTERY AND THRILLER WRITERS “Flowers delivers the goods. An exotic setting, winning characters, and realistic procedural details make MURDER IN MAUI a sure hit with crime-fiction readers.” -- Bill Crider, Edgar winner and author of MURDER IN THE AIR and MURDER IN FOUR PARTS “A page-turning mystery featuring the debut of a fascinating character, Detective Leila Kahana. Flowers weaves in the professional and private lives of the detectives in the CID as they go about their business of catching a killer.” -- Jan Grape, Anthony & McCavity winner and author of WHAT DOESN’T KILL YOU and co-editor of MURDER PAST, MURDER PRESENT “MURDER IN MAUI is terrific. Gripping writing, wonderfully rounded characters you really care about, and vivid locations--this novel is a real and rare treat.” -- Peter James, international bestselling author of DEAD SIMPLE and DEAD LIKE YOU “MURDER IN MAUI by R. Barri Flowers starts with a bang--literally--and drops you right into the deep end of murder. A by-the-book mystery that keeps the suspense taut and edgy.” -- Joe Moore, international bestselling co-author of THE 731 LEGACY “MURDER IN MAUI launches a series detective in a beautiful setting with a thoroughly puzzling mystery to solve. If you love Hawaii or a good head-scratching mystery, you’ll enjoy this book. Very entertaining.” -- William Bernhardt, author of CAPITOL BETRAYAL and CAPITOL OFFENSE
Category: Fiction

Ceo Of Self

Author : Herman Cain
ISBN : 1930819048
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leadership is the consistent 'harvesting' of opportunities in order to succeed. 'The Leadership Zone' happens in a business when every person in every job feels fully empowered to be the best leader they can be in their respective roles. When everyone in the business feels that they are truly the CEO of their job and understand what part they play in the overall mission and goals of the business, the organisation will succeed and the culture will change to one of success.
Category: Business & Economics