A Fortune 50 consultant, drawing on his over 30 years of experience and after spending a year interviewing 175 sales superstars from seven different industries, reveals the 21 common behaviors of top earners that will help you improve in every aspect of your job and rise to become one of the best.
Drawing on more than a decade of new work, the authors show you how to move beyond competing, inspire your people's confidence and seize new growth, guiding you step-by-step through how to take your organization into an uncontested market space.
The host of WNYC's "Note to Self" explains the connection between boredom and being unplugged from the constant presence of social networks, drawing on interviews with scientists, famous artists and everyday thinkers to explain how the idle mind can ignite original, highly creative thinking.
An economist and well-known movie and TV personality explains how the average American can make the system of stock market capitalism work for them to build financial security through buying the indexes and refutes the notion that the system is rigged against them.
A companion to Start With Why outlines strategies for incorporating the author's philosophies about identifying a business purpose and sharing aligned goals at a workplace while maintaining balance and fulfillment in one's personal life.
The best-selling author of Do Over shares strategic advice on how to achieve personal and professional goals while overcoming derailing obstacles, citing perfectionism as a primary reason why most ambitions fail.
The best-selling author of Fat Chance reveals how corporate neuromarketing is triggering imbalances in the body's dopamine and serotonin levels, causing addictions to sugar, social media and other consumer products in high-stress and otherwise susceptible customers.
Based on extensive research and decades of experience with leaders, this book reveals that people must have three essential elements in order to be happy at work: a sense of purpose and the chance to contribute to something bigger than themselves; a vision that is powerful and personal, creating a real sense of hope; and resonant, friendly relationships.
With Chavis’s modern take on real estate, you will learn the five phases of property management and the skills needed to successfully move through them—as well as the hacks and tricks to build your profitable business from the ground up.
The founder and co-chairman of the high-performing hedge fund Bridgewater Associates outlines the unconventional principles that he developed over four decades to create unique successes in his personal and professional arenas.
A guide to launching a profitable entrepreneurial venture in less than a month shares practical exercises and inspiring stories about how to plan, launch and refine a side business with minimal revenue and without having to quit a full-time job.
Women Rocking Business provides a revolutionary approach to building a business that honors innate feminine values. The book is full of practical “how-to’s” that will help women become thriving entrepreneurs from a place of empowering others rather than powering over them, a place of collaboration rather than competition and contribution rather than greed.