If you are completely at a loss as to how to laser-point your business toward customers, or if you want to consider a new angle on an old idea, this might be your book.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to accept a job, author Tiffany Pham explains, but you should also know when to ask for more and when to take less.
Is jail a place to rehabilitate, or a place to please investors? Can it be both? Or neither?
Call it manipulation, call it nudging or guiding, call it common-sense, but there are things in this book that can enhance your day-to-day and give you the edge.
If you want to be entertained with the possibility of learning, here’s your book. If you want straight info, though, “Dream Teams” will drive you to distraction.
For anyone who’s stuffed envelopes for pennies, or wondered if there’s real cash to be made gigging, this book sets it straight.
In “Rebel Talent”, you’ll read anecdote after example of small businesses and national corporations that turned around, grew, or reinvigorated after doing things that counteracted conventional wisdom.
Readers without a plan will get the most out of “Retirement Reinvention” but there’s really something for everyone here. It’s easy to understand, quick to read, entertaining, and even forty-somethings will find useful info here.