The Grass Is Browner on the Other Side was written to squash excuses and dispel myths about becoming a high-achieving sales professional.
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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 175 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 242 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 184 Shares
There are work projects and then there are projects that transform everything. Discover what your business can gain from The Moonshot Effect.Feb 5, 2017 215 Shares
My Underground American Dream is Julissa Arce's personal story about creating prosperity against insurmountable obstacles.Feb 4, 2017 206 Shares
Businesses now know more about their customers but are they missing something deeper? The author of The Customer Experience Book believes that we are.Jan 29, 2017 211 Shares
The purpose of the book, Jobs To Be Done, is to help businesses put customers at the center of innovation instead of merely paying lip service to customersJan 28, 2017 227 Shares
Coach! should be read by those that need coaching and by those who are giving coaching.Jan 22, 2017 342 Shares
The Relationship Engine helps leaders understand the impact of not taking the "human" part of the business equation into account.Jan 21, 2017 272 Shares
The book Simplify contends that the best businesses, even those that seem complex, are really good at competing on just two things, price or offering.Jan 15, 2017 818 Shares
The book Ignite encourages you to look for untapped and innovative talent among your current team rather than looking outside.Jan 14, 2017 224 Shares