Corporate Superpower: Cultivating A Winning Culture For Your Business by Oleg Kanovalov

“Culture reveals the true nature of an organization, whether it is a positive one which encourages people to perform at their best, or a negative one, destructive towards their efforts and desires.” Continue reading “Corporate Superpower: Cultivating A Winning Culture For Your Business by Oleg Kanovalov”

Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work by Halimah Bellows

Career counselor and coach, Halimah Bellows, delivers an insightful guide designed to help lead readers through the process of both choosing and pursuing a career that is the right fit for them. Uniquely combining career coaching with career counseling, the book presents readers with intensive questions designed to help them discover their individual skills, talents, goals, and passions- showing them how they can use that knowledge to select a personally fulfilling career- along with supplying innumerable tools and strategies to then acquire a position in their desired field. Continue reading “Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work by Halimah Bellows”

Don’t by Bob Selden


ebq4stDon’t offers readers a fascinating look at the way words impact our behavior, as well as the behavior of those around us.

Utilizing numerous studies and research findings, Bob Selden delves deeply into the reasons why the words we choose matter, and how simply re-shaping statements from negatives to positives can make a world of difference in communication and leadership abilities.

Full of real-life examples and practical exercises to help hone your skills, Don’t explains which words to use, which to avoid, and the correct way to use words to diffuse conflict in difficult situations -all the while helping readers develop a more positive outlook through using more positive language.

Don’t is a fascinating book that will inspire you to take a deeper look at how you communicate -revealing just how impactful words can be, and how changing our words can actually change how we think and interact with others.
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How To Be a Real Estate Investor by Phil Pustejovsky

How to be a Real Estate Investor


Ever wonder what it takes to become a successful real estate investor?

To the inexperienced, it  can be a risky business fraught with dangers. But for those in the know, real estate can be a quick ticket to financial freedom and security, and it’s certainly no coincidence that many self-made millionaires acquire their wealth through real estate investment.

As a young man working at a Fortune 500 company, Pustejovsky quickly tired of the 9-5 grind and determined to make his money in real estate. But without the proper guidance, things quickly hit a wall and he soon found himself homeless. After giving his life to Christ, Pustejovsky met a seasoned real estate investor who became his mentor, showing him the ropes and giving him the tools and knowledge he needed to succeed and achieve his goal of financial freedom. With a new dream of expanding nation-wide, he created a successful mentoring program, after years of crafting a system for teaching others how to become successful real estate investors.
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The Conscious Leader: Nine Principles and Practices to Create a Wide-Awake and Productive Workplace by Shelley Reciniello

Corporate psychologist Shelley Reciniello reveals the top nine most important psychological issues that undermine companies and leadership today.

What are the most common causes behind failed leadership?

What hinders talented employees from reaching their fullest potential?

More often than not, the root cause behind these issues exists beneath the surface as individual underlying psychological issues that “unconsciously” lead to problems in the company.

The Conscious Leader offers a fascinating look into the psychology of good (as well as bad) leadership. Shelley Reciniello examines these issues with a Freudian approach, sharing unique insight and experiences from her career as a Corporate Psychologist through amusing anecdotes and real-life examples.
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The Old Rush: Marketing for Gold in the Age of Aging by Peter B. Hubbell


From the founder and CEO of BoomAgers, (a modern communications company dedicated to Baby Boomers and aging), comes this timely and insightful primer on marketing to the largest, wealthiest generation in history- the Baby Boomers.

In less than five years, half of the United States adult population will be 50 years old or older, spending up to $3 Trillion dollars a year. 80 Million strong, Boomers are clearly the single most impactful generation of consumers in US history.

Surprisingly, Hubbell shows how many businesses are missing out on this “marketing gold mine” by adhering to the antiquated “18-49” target demographic, rather than remaining loyal to this Most Valuable Generation(TM).

In The Old Rush, Peter Hubbell explores the history and values of the Boomer generation, as well as valuable and relevant lessons to be learned from the Gold Rush and how they might be applied to the marketing world in the age of aging Boomers.
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Thrive: Surviving In a Corporate Jungle by Mark Barnes


Think corporate life is boring? Thinkebq4star again!

In this refreshingly unique book, Mark Barnes takes a humorous look at the inner goings-on of the corporate world, offering insightful views and helpful advice with a light-hearted approach.

With the aid of wonderfully illustrative (not to mention funny) artwork by Greg Clifton, Barnes takes you through the ins-and-outs of the corporate jungle, demystifying it all through the use of his brilliant analogies.
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