Author Shomari Wills offers interesting, thoughtful tales that show readers how past Black entrepreneurs - some of whom could barely read or write - changed U.S. economics and paved the way for later wealth-builders.
Though it’s quite simplistic, “The Self-Discipline Handbook” surely could be of some help to anyone for whom procrastination is the default position.
Author Joanne Lipman absolutely is not laying blame anywhere in this book; if nothing, any blame can go on the brains of all employees, collectively.
Author Jen Welter speaks to businesspeople and their teams, both on and off the field, and to women, with a personal story that’s timely and powerfully unforgettable.
Research, says author Claudia Chan, shows that there’s a “competitive edge” for businesses that utilize a female workforce to its utmost. Doing so will not only help the individual, but it will resonate socially and culturally.
“Once you realize how important moments can be,” say the authors, “it’s easy to spot opportunities to shape them.”
Do you own the ideas you concoct on your own time? Or can your employer take them for free? Those are just two of the intriguing questions inside “You Don’t Own Me.”
Be ready to survive disaster, both personal and in business. Groom a good support network and be a mentor. Lean toward other women, but don’t make a “gender divide.” And finally, never run away from a job.
If you have anything to protect, or if you merely live and operate in today’s world, here’s your next book. “Rossen to the Rescue” does double-duty: it keeps you safe, and it makes you chuckle.