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    When companies are laying off workers and the economy is going from bad to worse, no job is safe. People who want to survive need to have a Plan B. Having a small or home-based business can be an integral part of Plan B, but business owners must make sure all parts of their business are in balance. In "Plan B," longtime business coach Cesar V. Teague teaches how to take a holistic approach to business so beliefs, thoughts, and actions are all in alignment.

    Selling real estate isn’t about the agent but the customer. Old school selfish-selling styles, including chasing after strangers, spamming, and badgering friends, only give real estate agents a bad name. Ken Brand turns that situation around for agents who want to be successful, self-respecting, and deliver satisfaction to their customers in his new book "Less Blah Blah More Ah Ha." With thirty-three years of experience in the real estate business, Ken Brand has seen it all, from real estate bubbles bursting to worthy wins. He has been a top performing real estate agent, a new home salesperson, a marketing director, a brokerage company owner, a sales manager, and a writer, blogger, and speaker on real estate. Now he’s compiled his decades’ worth of wisdom and experience into a book that cuts to the chase about what real estate agents need to know in order to sell real estate successfully.

    "How to Interview Like a Pro" offers strategies and practical tips about the interview process. It is written by longtime human resources director and attorney, Mary Greenwood. "How to Interview Like a Pro" will prepare you for your next interview and offer strategies on how to answer the difficult questions that leave other candidates stuttering. Readers will also learn the forty-three rules that will help you get your next job.

    Book Review: A Survival Guide to Debt: How to Overcome Tough Times and Restore Your Financial Health Author: Mitchell Allen Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press ISBN: 978-1-929774-70-8

    "Da Vinci and the 40 Answers" by author Mark L. Fox, is based on the principles of TRIZ, the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. A Russian scientist, Genrikh Altshuller evaluated over 300,000 patents and found that all of them fit into just 40 solutions. "Da Vinci and the 40 Answers" teaches you these 40 universal answers and they don’t apply just to technical issues; the 40 answers can solve problems and opportunities in sales, marketing, and all business operations as well as your personal life. Also, these are the same tools and techniques used by NASA.

    Do we really know how to inspire? There is a huge difference in motivating and inspiring as you will learn from Barber. Do you think you motivate your employees and family members by being strong, assertive and setting a good example? Are you passionate and compassionate about your work? Barber will tell you that you may not be cutting it!

    The Potter's Keeper

    First of all, when I asked for this book to review I envisioned a chronological book about pottery, how ancient pottery was made, and historical facts about the society during that time. In a sense, this is what the book is about but more importantly there is an underlying message of how pottery and ceramics have shaped and changed economics. I had to step back and refocus on what I was going to get out of the book and I'm happy to say I wasn't disappointed.

    In the down turn of the economy as well as being on a budget most of us are wanting innovative ways to stretch that dollar because sometimes the month is just too darn long. Lisa Sims certainly understands our dilemma and is prepared to give us the way out.

    My Little Black Book to Success

    I immediately knew I was on the same page as Tom Marquardt when I got to Part I - Stop Biting Your Nails and Start Sharpening Your Claws.

    The Next Generation of Women Leaders

    History and information about women in management.

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