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  • Image of The Recognition Book
    Image of The Recognition Book

    50 Ways to Step Up, Stand Out and Get Recognized

    by Paul F. Warriner

    No matter what industry or where you are in your career path, The Recognition Book will help you define your career goals and identify the character traits, behaviors, and skills to develop in order to reach them.

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  • Image of The Success Model
    Image of The Success Model

    Five Steps to Revolutionize Your Life

    by Sam Silverstein

    The Success Model provides a five-step system to overcome Fear and inhibition

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  • Image of Your Next Big Thing
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    Creating Successful Business Ideas from Scratch

    by Matthew Mockridge

    Author Matthew Mockridge offers tools and proven methods that will allow you to produce groundbreaking ideas and summon unexpected accomplishments – ones that may change your life forever.

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  • Image of Time Management Ninja
    Image of Time Management Ninja

    21 Rules for More Time and Less Stress in Your Life

    by Craig Jarrow

    Time Management Ninja teaches 21 essential principles for improving time management skills, covering everything from how to make time for what matters and the tools necessary to do it to making time for your passions and letting go of the things you can’t change.

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  • Image of The Breakthrough Company
    Image of The Breakthrough Company

    How Everyday Companies Become Extraordinary Performers

    by Keith McFarland

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    A number of small businesses stay small but not always by choice. Only one tenth of 1 percent is persistent enough to break through to sales above $250 million a year. McFarland points out in The Breakthrough Company that it doesn’t take luck to make your “everyday” company “extraordinary.” Instead, for a company to make it big it takes a specific set of skills and strategies that can be used by anyone, from a startup to major company.

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