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  • Image of No More Excuses
    Image of No More Excuses

    The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth

    by Sam Silverstein

    No More Excuses identifies the five accountabilities of successful people and organizations.

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    Image of Making Yourself Indispensable

    The Power of Personal Accountability

    by Mark Samuel

    According to Mark Samuel, who has helped thousands of people around the world get on the path to personal achievement and fulfillment, shows why the key to becoming indispensable is to embrace accountability rather than run from it in everything you do at work and in your personal life. Becoming indispensable doesn’t require a fancy degree, a senior management title or huge income. It’s a mind-set available to anyone.

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    A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose

    by Tony Hsieh

    In 1999, Tony Hsieh sold LinkExchange, the company he co-founded, to Microsoft for $265 million. He then joined Zappos as an adviser and investor, and eventually became CEO. In Delivering Happiness, Hsieh shares the different lessons he has learned in business and life, from starting a worm farm to running a pizza business, through LinkExchange, Zappos, and more.

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    Avoiding the Blunders and Traps That Lead to Debacles

    by Paul C. Nutt

    For more than 20 years, Ohio State University Professor Paul C. Nutt has studied how decisions are made and has written extensively about what works, what doesn’t and why. His key finding in all this work is startling: Decisions fail half of the time. Organizations spend vast sums of money and commit significant amounts of resources without realizing any benefits. Nutt writes that failures can be traced to three blunders and seven traps that ensnare decision makers; avoiding these blunders and t

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