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  • Image of The 10X Rule
    Image of The 10X Rule

    The Only Difference Between Success and Failure

    by Grant Cardone

    Set the right goals, figure out how much effort will be needed to achieve them, how to put yourself in the best frame of mind for success, and how to take action in the most effective way.

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  • Image of Focus on This, Not That
    Image of Focus on This, Not That

    How to Engage Employees, Manage Performance, and Get Results

    by Kimberly Devlin

    Devlin shares the secrets to strategically and proactively embracing leadership roles in order to put out fewer fires, conduct fewer counseling conversations, and deal with fewer headaches.

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  • Image of Leading with Kindness
    Image of Leading with Kindness

    How Good People Consistently Get Superior Results

    by Michael O'Malley, William F. Baker

    Leading with Kindness identifies six ingredients of kindness - compassion, integrity, gratitude, authenticity, humility, and humor.

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  • Image of First, Fast, Fearless
    Image of First, Fast, Fearless

    How to Lead Like a Navy SEAL

    by Brian Hiner

    Brian "Iron Ed" Hiner tells what it’s like to be a SEAL and what shapes the intense sense of sacrifice, teamwork and mutual commitment they share. From his own 20-year career as a Navy SEAL and his hands-on experience of commanding hundreds of strategic combat missions and operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and across the globe, Hiner extracts business leadership lessons that can help leaders isolate what’s most important, especially in stressful times.

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  • Image of The Attention Economy
    Image of The Attention Economy

    Understanding the New Currency of Business

    by Thomas H. Davenport, John C. Beck

    In today’s information-rich business world, the scarcest resource is not talent or technology — it’s attention. Managers face a double challenge: to learn how to get and hold the attention of employees and consumers and to learn when to parcel out their own valuable attention. This summary shows how capturing, managing and holding attention is key to the success of your business.

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