Are you doing what you're meant to do? It's a deep question. To get some help finding that answer, check out this title from author Chris Guillebeau.
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Small manufacturing companies probably dream of running the smoothest ship in the world. This title relays some expert tips on how you can realize that dream.Feb 20, 2016 236 Shares
There are numerous ways inequality can be measured but this year, you're bound to hear a lot more on economic inequality. This selection aims to define what economic inequality is and how policies shape it and the face of small business.Feb 14, 2016 69 Shares
Joelle Casteix says CEOs facing a dilemma about doing the right thing need to make a psychological switch so it's never a debate.Feb 13, 2016 224 Shares
Authors Dan Kennedy and Kim Walsh-Phillips explain how important it is for small businesses to actively engage potential leads on social media to turn them into sales.Feb 7, 2016 489 Shares
The authors of "On Purpose" discuss how to create an as-close-to-perfect customer experience at a time when customer loyalty seems to be a forgotten concept.Feb 6, 2016 280 Shares
"Small Data" explores the idea that even the tiniest bit of knowledge about customers could provide much larger insights on larger trends.Jan 31, 2016 302 Shares
What are the factors that make the most influential people in business that way? This book attempts to break it down for readers.Jan 30, 2016 134 Shares
Inventors and product managers need to read "One Simple Idea" as it guides each through the sometimes-tricky licensing and patent processes.Jan 24, 2016 304 Shares
How do you get your great ideas into action? Reading "Unquestioned Brilliance" will help get you that answer.Jan 23, 2016 266 Shares
As a small business owner, you're reminded constantly about the value of having a digital marketing campaign. But what if you honestly don't know the first thing about a digital marketing campaign?Jan 17, 2016 752 Shares
Being light in the loafers can be a powerful motivating factor for people with an entrepreneurial bent. "Shark Tank" personality and mogul Daymond John shares some of the stories of people, including himself, who've picked themselves up from literally having nothing.Jan 16, 2016 1.1k Shares