These books are ideal reads for the small business owner or entrepreneur intent on being an innovator.
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The goal of the book, The Best Team Wins, is to help readers improve their hiring odds by closing in gaps and inconsistencies in the hiring process.Aug 27, 2017 300 Shares
Creative solutions are an important part of doing business. Any Ideas helps readers leverage idea generation into an individual and collective advantage.Aug 26, 2017 280 Shares
Ninja Selling helps sales professionals gain the mental discipline, focus, lead-generation techniques, and relationship-building skills they need.Aug 20, 2017 253 Shares
The Bully-Proof Workplace begins the discussion on a difficult topic that would might be ignored in a small business environment.Aug 19, 2017 271 Shares
The book Out Front helps readers (particularly women) learn why they need to speak boldly and authentically to get where they want to go as public speakers.Aug 18, 2017 333 Shares
Ego Free Leadership addresses the hidden (and often unintentional) ways that our ego sabotages our path to business success.Aug 13, 2017 454 Shares
Blue-Collar Gold contains the leadership, business development, and marketing lessons that one entrepreneur learned on his rise to million-dollar success.Aug 12, 2017 651 Shares
For professionals tired of networking events, Stand Out Networking offers a simple solution to the “I-hate-going-to-networking-events” problem: Don’t go.Aug 11, 2017 296 Shares
This list of digital marketing books covers almost every aspect of what you need to know in this area so you can prepare for your marketing future today.Aug 6, 2017 1.6k Shares
Dynamic Communication offers strategies to help business leaders present and deliver the best messages they can across a wide variety of situations.Aug 6, 2017 285 Shares
Manage-Lead-Transform may sound like the title of a yet another boring book for project managers, but this small book packs some very big insights.Aug 5, 2017 230 Shares