Business & Economics

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    Making It in Manhattan
    The Beginner's Guide to Surviving & Thriving in the World of Fashion
    By Caroline Vazzana
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    From a young age, fashion editor, stylist, and writer Caroline Vazzana knew the fashion industry was where she belonged—but gaining access to the amazing and mysterious world of fashion in the city that never sleeps takes countless hours of hard work and dedication. After making it to some of fashion’s... [READ MORE]
    Robert's Rules of Order
    The Original Manual for Assembly Rules, Business Etiquette, and Conduct
    By Henry Robert, Foreword by Chris MacDonald
    (Clydesdale Press)
    Robert’s Rules of Order was originally published in 1876, as a guide for groups when they met to maximize the efficiency of their meetings and conduct their business in an orderly fashion. The book highlights how to properly motion for an argument or change, and the subsequent steps required for a motion... [READ MORE]
    Work Stronger
    Habits for More Energy, Less Stress, and Higher Performance at Work
    By Pete Leibman
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The World Health Organization estimates that American businesses lose more than $300 billion a year due to stress experienced by employees, and recent research by Harvard Medical School found that more than 95 percent of leaders felt at least somewhat burnt-out. For individuals and organizations who... [READ MORE]
    Feng Shui and Money
    A Nine-Week Program for Creating Wealth Using Ancient Principles and Techniques (Second Edition)
    By Eric Shaffert
    (Allworth Press)
    "Eric has brightly lit each step of the path to abundance. Take a nine-week walk with him—you won't regret it!" —Karen Rauch Carter, author of the bestselling Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life In Feng Shui and Money, Second Edition, Eric Shaffert divulges the secrets to creating wealth using the principles... [READ MORE]
    Fund Your Dreams Like a Creative Genius
    A Guide for Artists, Entrepreneurs, Inventors, and Kindred Spirits
    By Brainard Carey
    (Allworth Press)
    How to Get Others to Support Your Vision If you have a dream that needs backing, be it an art project, an invention, or even a business, this is the book for you. Brainard Carey offers advice with solid examples of how building relationships with sponsors, investors, grant-makers, and patrons is something... [READ MORE]
    The New Email Revolution
    Save Time, Make Money, and Write Emails People Actually Want to Read!
    By Robert W. Bly
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Practices, strategies, and templates for optimizing your email use. The average business employee spends more than thirteen hours a week reading and responding to email. That’s 675 or more hours—over 28 days a year—spent on email. Wouldn’t it be nice to get some of that time back? In The New Email Revolution,... [READ MORE]
    Service Leadership
    How Having a Calling Makes the Workplace More Effective
    By Richard J. Goossen, By Theodore Malloch
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    What will motivate an organization’s employees to be fully engaged in the corporate purpose? How can a company be less “Big Brother knows best” and more supportive of individual employees’ pursuit of workplace meaning? Pioneer business strategist Theodore Roosevelt Malloch’s Service Leadership answers... [READ MORE]
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