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  • Image of The Art of Selling Your Business
    Image of The Art of Selling Your Business

    Winning Strategies & Secret Hacks for Exiting on Top

    by John Warrillow

    There is an art to selling a business well. It comes down to how you package it, the story an owner tells about it, and the feeling it gives potential buyers.

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  • Image of Rich Dad Poor Dad
    Image of Rich Dad Poor Dad

    What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

    by Robert T. Kiyosaki

    Kiyosaki presents six main lessons he learned from Rich Dad that will help people, their children, and their families “grow wealthier no matter what happens in a world of increasing change and uncertainty.”

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  • Image of The Total Money Makeover
    Image of The Total Money Makeover

    A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness

    by Dave Ramsey

    Dave Ramsey’s The Total Money Makeover is the tool a person of any income level can use to realize financial health and wellbeing and, perhaps most importantly, it gives these exhausted families hope for a strong financial future.

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  • Image of Profit First
    Image of Profit First

    Transform Your Business from a Cash-Eating Monster to a Money-Making Machine

    by Mike Michalowicz

    Mike Michalowicz shows how to take profit first and spend only what remains on expenses. With this one change you will instantly transform your business from a cash-eating monster to a profitable cash cow.

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  • Image of Profit or Growth?
    Image of Profit or Growth?

    Why You Don't Have to Choose

    by Bala Chakravarthy, Peter Lorange

    Chakravarthy and Lorange have teamed up to give readers proven strategies to protect and extend core businesses, capture new opportunities that seem to be distant, and then bridge those strategies with two others to move towards profitable diversification. The authors also provide real-world case studies from which the reader can learn how to execute these strategies to the fullest advantage –– achieving growth and profitability.

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    Image of Intelligent M&A

    Navigating the Mergers and Acquisitions Minefield

    by Scott Moeller, Chris Brady

    Mergers and acquisitions have played a dominant role in shaping and reshaping the global corporate landscape in the last century. If the sheer numbers of deals aren’t grabbing headlines, the size and scope of the deals that are made cannot help but command the attention of investors world over. In Intelligent M&A, Moeller and Brady set forth a solid strategy for thriving in the high-stakes, high-stress environment for corporate mergers and acquisitions.

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  • Image of The Art of Profitability
    Image of The Art of Profitability

    by Adrian J. Slywotzky

    From the author of The Profit Zone comes a new guide to success. With careful pace, Slywotzky takes readers through 23 business lessons. Similar to a Zen koan, The Art of Profitability mixes Eastern philosophy with practical business takeaways. It will help executives fire an arrow directly to the bullseye of their companies' profit target.

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  • Image of The Dollarization Discipline
    Image of The Dollarization Discipline

    How Smart Companies Create Customer Value... and Profit from It

    by Richard Gregory, Jeffrey Fox

    In The Dollarization Discipline, marketing guru Jeffrey J. Fox and management consultant Richard C. Gregory describe how organizations can measure and explain the financial impact of noncost benefits, including increased market share, increased sales volume, and increased pricing power. The authors explain that “dollarization” should be a discipline that businesses apply across a broad set of sales, marketing and management activities, forcing organizations to be customer-focused and cu

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  • Image of Building Public Trust
    Image of Building Public Trust

    The Future of Corporate Reporting

    by Robert G. Eccles, Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr.

    DiPiazza, the CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Eccles, a former Harvard Business School professor, offer a three-tier model of corporate transparency to fix the current crisis in corporate reporting. The three tiers are: global generally accepted accounting principles, industry- based standards and company-specific information.

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