Wall Street Journal BestsellerHow many times have you heard someone say, "it’s not what you know, it’s who you know"?We all know the importance of relationships in creating and growing a business, and yet most of us don’t know exactly what to do about it. We go to networking events, meet associates for coffee, or maybe even email prospective clients, but it’s never quite enough.The challenge t... read more
Is life insurance a bad investment? Don’t I lose all my cash value when I die? Shouldn’t I just make a bundle and invest it instead? What about my spouse or my kids—do they need life insurance? Can I borrow money from (or is it against?) a life insurance policy? My insurance advisor told me one thing about insurance, but my financial planner gave me different advice, and an expert on TV said s... read more
Have you been frustrated by ineffective tactics for marketing & growing your business?Do you ever feel like you’ve wasted your money (or even worse, your time) pursuing a strategy that failed to bear fruit in the form of increased profits?You’re not alone. In fact, almost every entrepreneur & business owner at some point or another has fallen into the trap of investing themselves into a comple... read more
Empowered, Sexy, and Free is a book for the woman who is ready for something new. She knows there is a better way than riding on the mainstream struggle bus. She’s ready to reclaim her feminine power, her inner confidence, and her magical creating powers that she has had glimpses of at some points in her life. Now, she is ready to unleash it. Maybe she feeling some resistance in life, but she ... read more
Bringing a new dog into the household should be one of life’s happiest events. The process always starts with excitement and high expectations. Too often, though, it ends in disappointment. The new puppy wakes everyone three times a night, gnaws on furniture, piddles everywhere, knocks the children down. The new adolescent dog is too wild. The new adult dog growls at your neighbors. And where ... read more
It's All About Your PeopleOver the years, there has been a significant shift in priorities when it comesto the hospitality industry. With every business seeming to focus only onprofitability, hotel managers have forgotten about their biggest assets andliabilities―their people.Hotel operators must treat their teams like the great assets they are to thecompany―not like commodities. In The People... read more
In this simple yet important book, Noah Rasheta takes profound Buddhist concepts and makes them easy to understand for anyone trying to become a better whatever-they-already-are.
According to the American Psychological Association’s Stress in America Survey, a majority of people cite lack of “willpower” as the No. 1 reason for the inability to make the changes needed to achieve their desired outcomes in life. Who hasn’t chickened out on getting something they wanted or needed? This book is about willpower. It offers strategies to tap into self-discipline, allowing for ... read more
In today’s disconnected, distracted world, it seems like deep love gets harder to maintain every day. We spend more time looking at screens than at each other, cycle through new partners every time the spark starts to fade, and wall away our feelings until we become strangers who share a house and kids. But underneath all this, our souls long for an unbreakable love which deepens over time and... read more
Stop making costly author mistakes you don't even know you're making!A great book can launch your business into the stratosphere. Unfortunately, most self-published business books rank somewhere between “meh” and “flaming pile of crap.” But your book doesn’t have to suck!In Don’t Write a Crappy Book! editor and entrepreneur James Ranson unpacks the most common–and toxic–mistakes that first-tim... read more
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