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In Radical Candor, author Kim Scott discusses changing the vocal tone of your leadership but also preparing for a change in tone from your employees.Oct 7, 2017 189 Shares
Becoming Facebook tells the story of the social giant's rise from an insider's perspective, and offers a peek into the mindset and mission behind it all.Oct 1, 2017 199 Shares
The authors of Venture Deals demystify the venture capital industry for startup businesses who want to understand term sheets and the legalities involved.Sep 30, 2017 337 Shares
High Velocity Hiring will help your business decrease uncertainty and increase the talent pipeline so it can find the right employees more quickly.Sep 24, 2017 229 Shares
The Myths of PR is here to set preconceptions straight and help anyone interested in the PR industry understand how the industry really works.Sep 23, 2017 211 Shares
Former actor, Isaac Lidsky, present his vision, something he calls "eyes wide open", on breaking free of the "blind spots" in your own life.Sep 17, 2017 221 Shares
The primary purpose of the book, Mobile Marketing, is to give small businesses a view of the potential using a broader scope of vision.Sep 16, 2017 347 Shares
The Ultimate Start-Up Guide is a different kind of business book. It's a guide to how startups can succeed by studying how most startups fail.Sep 10, 2017 263 Shares
Smart Collaboration explores the idea that collaborating gives you a business advantage.Sep 9, 2017 236 Shares
Outsmart Your Instincts details the many ways that are instincts fool us into thinking too quickly, too confidently, or with a very limited perspective.Sep 3, 2017 288 Shares
Meconomics 101 asks readers a very simple, but important, question, "Do business owners know what consumers really want?"Sep 2, 2017 237 Shares