Eat That Frog!

Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy has all the answers to overcoming procrastination simplified and compiled into one book that is very quick to read, and you’ll immediately thank yourself for having read it. Take on your big future projects with grace and ease after having formed better working habits.

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Thinking in Bets

What do poker and business strategy have in common? More than you may think. Many people refer to life and all its challenges as being like a game of chess, but that is a flawed analogy. In chess, nothing is random. Every element of the game is public knowledge. Poker is part skill, part luck. In a world where we never have complete information in any decision we have to make, how are we supposed to be confident about any of our choices?

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They Ask You Answer

Many businesses are stuck in very old ways of thinking about how sales happen. They Ask You Answer details the way cultural attitudes have changed and typical sales strategies are becoming less and less effective. Marketing now sells way more than direct sales efforts. Crazy to think about, but it’s true. Most people now make buying decisions before they talk to a single person.

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How to Invent Everything

Eisner and Harvey Award winning author Ryan North has brought a combination of humor and genius into the world in his latest book How to Invent Everything. The premise being that you rented a time machine which promptly malfunctioned. The book includes guides to discovering what time period you’ve landed in and how you can build human society similar to, or better than, how we know it today. Think you can reinvent the modern world from scratch?

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Dream Teams: Working Together Without Falling Apart

Author Shane Snow doesn’t try to tell us that teamwork is always preferable, but instead sends a clear message that the point of the book “Dream Teams” is to make the most of the times when teamwork is the only option. It is completely possible to hit that perfect team dynamic where our togetherness equals more than the sum of our parts.

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How to Write a Good Advertisement: A Short Course in Copywriting

Every business and depends on creating words that have impact.How to Write a Good Advertisement gets you quickly up to speed by combining explanations of why certain headlines create examples of powerful profitable business play.

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Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

Quiet by Susan Cain illustrates the point that while 1/3 of all people are introverts, workplaces in the United States are increasingly designed with only one personality type in mind: extroverts. Open floor plans, team brainstorming sessions, meetings dominated by the loudest voice. How did we get here and is there no room at the table for the more tranquil among us?

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