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Charles Franklin is a Book Reviewer for Small Business Trends. He has a background as a professional reviewer, and is also a content provider and customer relations professional.
Charles loves books! Books have helped him from the age of 5 all the way to now. He has used books to escape, to build new careers, to deepen his faith, to laugh, and to get healthy.
In addition to that, Charles worked for 5 years in libraries and stalked libraries for more years than he can count.
On top of that, books actually are his job now. When he moved to the Atlanta area, he started freelancing and was offered a small book marketing gig that turned into a 3-year freelancing career. He was already a supporter of indie authors and this allowed him to delve even further into the whole eBook and publishing industry.
In short, Charles love books. He’s surrounded by books, so it was only natural that he review them.
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Launching a startup? These titles provide some expert guidance to get your business off the ground.Mar 18, 2017 452 Shares
The book Why Aren't They Shouting? provides a truly insightful look into the history of technology and what it could mean for banking's future.Mar 12, 2017 181 Shares
The book Bringing Out the Best in People promises to offer the simple question, "What can I do to help my employees reach their potential at work?"Mar 11, 2017 188 Shares
The Social Leadership Handbook ushers in a new era of leadership that is based on collaboration, agility, and experimentation: the Social Age.Mar 5, 2017 221 Shares
What transforms a hotel from a temporary location away from home into a five-star experience? This book claims it's having the heart of hospitality.Mar 4, 2017 274 Shares
As Bob Kulhan points out in his book Getting to "Yes And", busy executives are turning to the most unlikely sources to gain a competitive advantage.Feb 26, 2017 215 Shares
It may take some time to successfully implement the concepts discussed in Leadsology, but it can have a long-term impact on your bottom line.Feb 25, 2017 188 Shares
The Grass Is Browner on the Other Side was written to squash excuses and dispel myths about becoming a high-achieving sales professional.Feb 19, 2017 184 Shares
The Pie Life focuses squarely on work-life balance from a women's perspective, although the principles can be applied to anyone.Feb 18, 2017 190 Shares
If You're in a Dogfight, Become a Cat is a guide for small businesses to break out of the pack and differentiate themselves from their competitors.Feb 12, 2017 275 Shares
Small business owners who are missing that bit of ambition to take things to the proverbial next level should add iCompete to their reading list.Feb 11, 2017 186 Shares