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The Successful Entrepreneur

The Successful Entrepreneur

The Successful Entrepreneur American Dream Done Right! Tom Anastasi Ph.D. Businesses that survive for five years have the best chance of success. Plan for sixty months right from the start. Some entrepreneurs empty their checking accounts, take on massive amounts of debt, risk their homes, and hope after two years their businesses will have the financial strength to continue. […]

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Selling Edge

Selling Edge

Winning over Today’s Business Customers Michael Levokove with Celeste Levokove  – The Selling Edge explores the changing business environment and identifies the tools and techniques required to make your salespeople more efficient, more responsive, and, as a result, more successful in this highly competitive sales environment. It focuses on business-to-business selling and takes a comprehensive look […]

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Flying the Stock Market

Flying the Stock Market

Pilot your Dollars to Success Franklin G. Reick with Bruce G. Siminoff  – As a longtime private pilot, Frank Reick believes that he has utilized the learned experiences of aviation to connect many other abilities, such as the skills necessary to perform successful investing.Flying The Stock Market contains investment strategies that are easy to learn, have worked […]

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Maximum Performance Management

Maximum Performance Management

How To Manage and Compensate People to Meet World Competition Joseph H. Boyett, Ph.D., and Henry P. Conn Second Edition – Boyett and Conn have created an important volume, a step by step guide to implementing current management practices. MPM is a “how to” book providing instruction on such topics as: defining and communicating company values, […]

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Crash Landing

Crash Landing

Surviving a Business Crisis Richard O. Jacobs – Crash Landing is about a business failure: specifically the 1986 collapse of Park Bank of Florida, the seventh largest bank failure in the United States at the time. But in a broader sense,Crash Landing is about leading a business during the most perilous of times — during crisis when there […]

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Whole Life

Whole Life

Looking Back While Looking Ahead David Douglas Ford – David Douglas Ford David Ford has been in the life insurance business for more than thirty years. It seemed natural. David’s father was in the life insurance business and his grandfather was in the life insurance business. The world needs insurance, and people in advanced societies particularly […]

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Grammar Gremlins

Grammar Gremlins

Don K. Ferguson – Syndicated columnist and grammarian, Don K. Ferguson is an inveterate note-taker, recording mistakes in grammar or word usage and when observing an incorrect punctuation mark. Accumulating a small mountain of short, cryptic notes, Ferguson wondered how they might be made useful. Out of these thoughts, Ferguson’s column “Grammar Gremlins” was born and […]

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Success, Happiness, Independence

Success, Happiness, Independence

Own Your Own Business Donald J. Phelan – Though other books have been written about the small business community and the struggle to succeed, few of the actual players have been consulted, those who have realized their cherished dreams and have succeeded in business. Phelan talked with and observed the owners of successful small businesses and […]

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Keeping America Competitive

Keeping America Competitive

Employment Policy for the Twenty-First Century Edward E. Potter & Judith A. Youngman – Potter and Youngman describe competitiveness as the ability of individual enterprises to sell goods and services profitably in both domestic and foreign markets. The nation’s continued prosperity now depends on the ability of U.S. companies to produce and market goods and services […]

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The Cost-Effective Organization

The Cost-Effective Organization

How to Create It, How to Maintain It James K. Hickel – The Cost-Effective Organization addresses two related subjects: how to conduct a thorough analysis of an organization to identify and eliminate unnecessary expenses and how to ensure that those expenses don’t creep back into the organization’s budget, once it has gone through the difficult and painful […]

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