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Attract Money Now is one of the many law of attraction books written by Joe Vitale, who some of you will know from the film the secret. The book is aimed at helping it's readers to use the law of attraction to attract more money into their lives, but is it any good and does it really ...
This article is a review of a great book on negotiating Negotiation is a form of communication. It requires certain skills, diplomacy, patience, concentration, awareness, even self-discipline, mixed in with a type of inspiration. I do not necessarily agree with some of its tactics, ...
A short review and analysis of the business owners in Atlas Shrugged
The goal of Lynn Serafinn insightful guide-book is to educate Writers, Social Entrepreneurs, and Changemakers in social media, so they can acquire the proper set of skills to market their business effectively.
Studying to pass CPA for the first time is difficult and tough. It requires lots of commitment and hours of studying and practice to prepare yourself for taking exam. With right CPA review course you can shorten your CPA preparation time and pass your CPA with flying colors
Fancy a cool insight into economy mechanisms with lots of fun and unusual stories? This might be the book for you then!
There are many ways to learn the language of business, its definitions and other accounting terms such as by reading books and other accounting modules, by attending to some training and seminars about personal finance and other business opportunities aside from attending school. All ...
Aside from being the 15th president of LDS church, Gordon B. Hinckley was a remarkable writer and author too. He was the author of a national bestseller book called Standing for Something which was originally published in hardcover by Times Book in 2000 and by Three Rivers Press, New ...
When in the business of selling, you need strategies that work.Strategies to move your business from where it is now to where you want it to be.
The following text is a summary of George S. Clason's book "The Richest Man in Babylon"
Think you'd like to be a mystery shopper? Cathy Stucker's book is a good starting point.
Words can kill and words can heal. How we use words and phrases can determine if we are likely to make the world better, and in return our own life easier. This is a superb book to consider if you work alot with people.
I enjoyed reading Malcolm Gladwell's books "Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking" and "Outliers: The Story of Success". I was disappointed at criticism of these books and felt the need to defend them.
I have read the book called "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert T. Kiyoski. I am going to do review on it.
This article looks at Paul O'Connor's book on wealth, property, investing and business.
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