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Letter Writing: Suggestions, Precepts and Examples for the Conduct of Business and Social Correspondence (Revised Edition 1911)
1 Letter Writing: Suggestions, Precepts and Examples for the Conduct of Business and Social Correspondence (Revised Edition 1911)
Penn Publishing CO. 1911-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1902 by Penn Publishing CO. with 224 pages. The text has about 25 pages with scattered notations. The pages are toned. The pages are moderately foxed especially along the edges. The corners are bumped. Previous owners name present. The binding is weak as the hinges are weakened. There is heavy shelf and edgewear. The spine panel above the rear gutter has a 3 inch closed tear. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Inscribed How to Tell What You Know A Handbook for Management Men Arthur Secord, Arthur Secord
2 Arthur Secord Inscribed How to Tell What You Know A Handbook for Management Men Arthur Secord
New York, NY The American Press 1956 5th Printing Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This Inscribed hardcover book is the 5th printing of the First Edition published in 1956 by The American Press with 72 pages. Inscribed by the author to Lawrence Actor on 1-12-70. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is heavily worn around the edges with several closed tears, chips, scuffing and creasing. The inside flaps of the dust jacket are corner clipped. The page edges are toned. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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SIGNED Face to Face Selling Bart Breighner the art of creative confrontation first printing 1985 hardback, Bart Breighner
3 Bart Breighner SIGNED Face to Face Selling Bart Breighner the art of creative confrontation first printing 1985 hardback
Arden Glen Press 1985-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the STATED FIRST PRINTING that was published in 1985 by the Arden Glen Press with 176 pages. Signed with a general inscription on the front free endpaper. The text has 15 pages with some faint highlighting. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears and some creasing. The front cover has a few small dampstains on it. The bottom page edges are dampstained at the corner. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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The Keynesian System Millar Lectures No4 David McCord Wright Economics HB 2ndPRT, David McCord Wright
4 David McCord Wright The Keynesian System Millar Lectures No4 David McCord Wright Economics HB 2ndPRT
Fordham University Press 1964 First Edition Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the SECOND PRINTING of the FIRST EDITION that was published in 1964 by the Fordham University Press with 104 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. The covers are sunned around the edges. No dust jacket. The rear top corner is bumped. The spine panel near the rear hinge has a one inch closed tear. CONTEMPORARY ECONOMISTS, when handling problems of income determination, economic fluctuations and economic growth, almost exclusively treat those problems within the Keynesian income-ex-penditure analytical framework. Even those economists who reject many of the Keynesian hypotheses concerning income determination, nevertheless use the Keynesian framework as a tool of analysis......Keynes, writing in the mid-1930's, rewrote the right-hand side of the equation of exchange, breaking down PQ into its expenditures components: consumption and investment. By so doing Keynes was able to focus our attention upon some of the underlying causes of the depression of the 1930's, namely, consumption and investment demand insufficient to maintain full employment. The postwar world, however, is not that of the mid-1930's. The economic problems of our generation are those of inflation and economic growth. These problems, while discussed within a Keynesian framework of analysis, call for economic models having assumptions different from those of Keynes and his followers......The basic Keynesian model states that output in the economy will be determined by consumption, investment and government demand for goods and services. Consumption is a function of output. Government expenditures are autonomous. Investment demand is a function of the rate of interest and the marginal efficiency of capital. The rate of interest is determined by the demand for and supply of speculative cash balances. Since consumption is determined by the level of output, and the investment schedule is relatively interest-inelastic, output and employment will not be affected significantly by monetary policy. Fiscal policy is therefore viewed as the principal means of either increasing or decreasing total demand, and consequently output in the economy......The preceding description of the basic Keynesian model and of its policy implications is, surprisingly enough, still held by many economists today. Theoretical and empirical developments of the last decade tend to cast considerable doubt as to the validity of this model. Recent studies tend to show that the investment schedule under many circumstances may be quite responsive to interest rate changes. Other work, done principally by contemporary quantity theorists, shows the consumption function to be unstable. Refinement of the analysis of the wealth and real balances effects has demonstrated the invalidity of the Keynesian theoretical argument that less than full employment equilibrium is possible even with flexible prices.......All of these considerations do not tend to lessen the significance of the Keynesian revolution for economics. This revolution has caused us to consider afresh alternative economic policies, has led to an intensive analysis of consumption and investment behavior, and has laid the groundwork for our present day empirical research and theory in macro-economics......Professor David McCord Wright in this series of Moorhouse I. X. Millar Lectures makes an important contribution to our understanding of Keynesian economics and its limitations. Professor Wright sets forth for us quite succinctly the basic tenets of Keynesian analysis. He explores the shortcomings of these tenets, asking whether such rigid assumptions as the mechanical linkage of consumption and investment, the "freezing" of the economic system technologically, culturally and socially, and the "saturation" of capital, are adequate to explain the economics of our changing world. Keynes himself toward the end of his life, as Professor Wright demonstrates, felt that modifications in his framework of analysis were necessary to cope with emerging economic problems of the postwar world. As Professor Wright himself puts it, ". . . Keynes the man, as distinguished from Keynes the myth, would have recognized all these problems, and reinterpreted his system toward growth rather than simple spending.".....In developing this set of lectures, Professor Wright has performed a useful function for the profession. The student and scholar of economics will find here a penetrating analysis of the nature and limitations of Keynesian economics......Sincere acknowledgment is made of the substantial assistance of the Relm Foundation of Ann Arbor, Michigan, for the Millar Lecture of 1961 and for this publication.JOHN J. KLEIN, Associate Professor of Economics 
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Satisfaction: How Every Great Company Listens to the Voice of the Customer Denove & Power HBED, Denove, Chris; Power, James
5 Denove, Chris; Power, James Satisfaction: How Every Great Company Listens to the Voice of the Customer Denove & Power HBED
1591841097 / 9781591841098 Portfolio Hardcover 2006-02-02 Hardcover Used: Very Good Used: Very Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This book is the hardcover edition. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped and untorn but has some creasing along the edges. Publishers remainder mark is on the bottom page edges. For nearly four decades, J. D. Power and Associates has been measuring consumer satisfaction and helping businesses improve profits by paying attention to what customers really want. Their annual awards are widely publicized and valued worldwide for what they say about a company’s commitment to its customers. Now, at last, the company has created the definitive book on how to boost profits by increasing customer satisfaction. Although most businesses pay lip service to putting customers first, few actually listen to the voice of the customer and use it as a tangible asset. In this book, J. D. Power and Associates provides an insider’s perspective on some of the most successful companies on the planet. Corporate giants such as Toyota and Staples and local legends like Mike Diamond Plumbing all use customer satisfaction as their key to market dominance.Satisfaction opens the vault on years of J. D. Power data, quantifying the elusive links between satisfaction and customer loyalty, market share, and profits. The book provides extensive coverage of the varying touchpoints of consumer satisfaction—covering every type of business from service providers to product manufacturers—and shows companies in detail how to make a commitment to consumers at the highest levels and translate this commitment into strategies and practices.For any business that wants to reap the rewards that come when they truly put the customer first, this is the ultimate guide. 
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Race to Recruit Strategies for Successful Business Attraction Evaluation Planning Forman & Mooney, Forman & Mooney
6 Forman & Mooney Race to Recruit Strategies for Successful Business Attraction Evaluation Planning Forman & Mooney
0787227781 / 9780787227784 Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company 1996-01-01 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 1996 by Kendall-Hunt with 213 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. 
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Get Out of Your Own Way at Work... and Help Others Do the Same: Conquering Self-Defeating Behavior on the Job, Goulston, Mark
7 Goulston, Mark Get Out of Your Own Way at Work... and Help Others Do the Same: Conquering Self-Defeating Behavior on the Job
0399152660 / 9780399152665 Putnam Adult 2005-10-06 Hardcover Used: Very Good Used: Very Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This book is the hardcover edition. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped and untorn but has some creasing along the edges. Publishers remainder mark is on the bottom page edges. A practical guide to help workers and managers deal with the self-sabotage that stands in the way of career advancement and satisfaction. Self-defeating behavior is the most common reason that people put their jobs, careers, and reputations in jeopardy. Whether it's as simple as a breach of etiquette or a fear of learning new things, expecting too much from employers or failure to delegate, these behaviors lead to frustration, confusion, guilt, defensiveness, and self-doubt that will seriously hurt or even derail a career, no matter how intelligent or qualified a person might be. Get Out of Your Own Way at Work covers forty of the most common self-defeating behaviors, explains why we sabotage ourselves, and offers proven steps to transform behavior from self-defeating to life-enhancing. Illustrated with anecdotes and "useable insights" drawn from Dr. Goulston's more than twenty years in clinical and organization settings, Get Out of Your Own Way at Work shows anyone how to stop being their own worst enemy. 
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The Budget Guide to Retail Store Planning & Design Jeff Grant, Jeff Grant
8 Jeff Grant The Budget Guide to Retail Store Planning & Design Jeff Grant
J. Grant 1992 Comb Bound Used: Good Comb Bound 
This comb bound paperback book was published in 1992 by Jeff Grant with 114 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The top edge of the front cover is creased. The perfect learning tool for opening a store or renovating one, this book is a nuts and bolts approach to the planning and design of a new store, covering budgeting store design, working with designers, store layout and colors, ceilings and spaceframes, interior signage, lease analysis and negotiation, storefronts and signs, retail floor coverings, wall and floor fixtures, and putting it all together. The author has experience in store planning, fixturing and lease/legal negotiations, and included an invaluable retail lease checklist and appendix of store plans. About the AuthorJeff Grant owns Trio Display Group, a retail design, supply and consulting firm in La Jolla, California. His specialty is gift, apparel and sports-related stores, and his client list includes an extensive range of retail operations from mall stores to hospital shops. In addition, he has designed team shops for many professional sports teams. He practiced business law from 1976 through 1981 before becoming a retail consultant, and his attention to legal detail alone is worth the price of this book. Grant lectures regularly at retail industry trade shows, has conducted seminars on store planning and design, and has published numerous articles on the subject. 
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Fundamental Accounting Principles 19th Edition 2009 HB Wild Shaw & Chiappetta, John J. Wild; Ken W. Shaw; Barbara Chiappetta
9 John J. Wild; Ken W. Shaw; Barbara Chiappetta Fundamental Accounting Principles 19th Edition 2009 HB Wild Shaw & Chiappetta
0073379549 / 9780073379548 McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2008-10-10 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover Oversized 
19th EDITION. This hardcover book was published in 2009 by McGraw-Hill/Irwin with 1188 pages. The text contains about 40 pages with sparsely scattered markings. The binding is sound. The corners are bumped. 
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The Greatest Management Principle in the World Michael LeBoeuf Buisness Employee Relationships Rewards, Leboeuf, Michael
10 Leboeuf, Michael The Greatest Management Principle in the World Michael LeBoeuf Buisness Employee Relationships Rewards
0399130527 / 9780399130526 Michael LeBoeuf 1985-04-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1985 by the author with 143 pages. The text has heavy underlining throughout the book. The binding is sound. The dust jacket is moderately worn around the edges with several small closed tears, small chips and creasing. 
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Econometric Model of Age Income Profiles Dutch Income Data 1958-1967 Statistical Approach, M. M. G Fase
11 M. M. G Fase Econometric Model of Age Income Profiles Dutch Income Data 1958-1967 Statistical Approach
Rotterdam University Press 1970 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1958 by Macmillan & Co LTD (Green Hardback). No dust jacket. There are uderlining, notes and notations in the text. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. The pages are toned. the corners are bumped. FOREWORD.....While the income distribution has always attracted a great deal of attention and comment, proper economic analysis of it has only recently been initiated by recognition of the fact that income differentials are related to differences in occupation and schooling. So far most economists have been more eager to follow up the implications of this discovery than to establish the basic measurements that it requires. Yet there is a difficult technical problem to be solved. The irreversible individual decision to gain a certain education or to enter a given profession is followed by widely divergent income profiles over the span of active life, and these possibilities must be reduced to a single com-parable value that characterizes the income prospects of a chosen career.The present study is concerned with this problem and the statistical ques¬tions which it is readily seen to present. It is a straight-forward report of a neat piece of professional econometric research. It is not meant to entertain but to instruct, and it offers at least two valuable and (as far as I can see) valid contributions to the interested reader. The first is a model of the random income path over age for a given professional or educational category, com¬plete with full instructions for its estimation from cross-section data, and for the calculation of the corresponding expected lifetime income. The second contribution is the actual application of these procedures to all Dutch cross-section data of the last two decades or so, or over a hundred distinct cases. The autor shows much care and precision in the first of these endeavours, and perseverance in the second; the reader should perhaps have the same qualities, although not necessarily to the same quantity. But it is after all only a short book, and he will be amply rewarded.J. S. CRAMER 
Price: 14.00 USD
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The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom Suze Orman Personal Finance Self Help, Orman, Suze
12 Orman, Suze The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom Suze Orman Personal Finance Self Help
0517707918 / 9780517707913 Crown Publishers, Inc. 1997-03-25 Hardcover Used: Very Good Used: Very Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This book is the hardcover edition. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped and untorn but has some creasing along the edges. Anonymous online review:Just finished reading this...and then immediately went into work and changed my 401(k) contribution to the maximum. Also am looking for a money market account and will begin managing my own IRA stuff...now that I feel more comfortable doing it. Plan to lend the book to friends, and called my parents to tell them to get a copy and start getting things in order...such as getting a trust instead of a will, getting LTC insurance, etc. I liked her straightforward writing style; she has a knack for explaining the "mysterious" world of investing and finance in a way you can quickly and easily understand. She makes you feel more confident...that you can indeed manage your money. In today's often confusing world, it was very helpful to hear that you can trust your intuition and you don't have to "fall prey" to financial advisors. Also, from personal experience, I know that her advice about "good brings good" and "respect of money will bring you more money" is true. My husband got in a serious accident a year ago and at the time we were in a bad bad financial position--no emergency funds, high credit card debt, prospects of little or no income. This "kick in the pants" helped me to take control of my money and now a year later our credit cards are paid off, we have 4 months of bills in the bank, and I am maxing out my 401(k). Suze Orman's book came to me just when I was ready for the next step, and I am putting it to good use. I highly recommend!!! 
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Return on Customer Peppers & Rogers Creating Maximum Value From Your Scarcest Resource HBED, Peppers, Don; Rogers, Martha
13 Peppers, Don; Rogers, Martha Return on Customer Peppers & Rogers Creating Maximum Value From Your Scarcest Resource HBED
0385510306 / 9780385510301 Crown Business 2005-06-21 Hardcover Used: Very Good Used: Very Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This book is the hardcover edition. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped and untorn but has some creasing along the edges. Internationally acclaimed business gurus and best-selling authors Don Peppers and Martha Rogers kicked off the CRM revolution and changed the landscape of business competition with their classic bestseller, The One to One Future. Now, in Return on Customer, they have written an even more revolutionary book, redefining the very concept of what it means to be “profitable” as a business. Virtually every manager agrees that a company’s most vital asset is its customer base – the lifetime values of all its current and future customers. Yet when companies track their financial results, they rarely take into account any change in the value of this critical asset. As a result, managers remain blind to one of the most significant factors driving genuine, lasting business success, and instead become preoccupied with achieving short-term financial goals. Return on Customer is the first book to focus on how firms create value, not just by driving current profits, but by preserving and increasing customer lifetime value. In a powerful blend of theory and practice, Peppers and Rogers demonstrate how to create shareholder value more efficiently by concentrating on Return on Customer(SM), a revolutionary business metric focused on a company’s scarcest resource – customers. By paying close attention to Return on Customer, companies can improve their profits while still conserving and replenishing long-term enterprise value. Relying on their years of experience working with many of the world’s leading companies, Peppers and Rogers take readers far beyond marketing, sales, and service. Return on Customer will revolutionize how companies think about their basic competitive strategy, product development efforts, and even the issue of business ethics and corporate governance.Return on Customer(SM) is a registered service mark of Peppers & Rogers Group, a division of Carlson Marketing Group, Inc.“To remain competitive, you must figure out how to keep your customers longer, grow them into bigger customers, make them more profitable, and serve them more efficiently. And you want more of them.Unfortunately, the financial metrics you learned in business school are not easily adapted to account for the value companies generate from this scarce resource, with the right balance between current-period sales and customer lifetime value. But striking that balance is necessary if you want to know whether you’re better off investing in customer acquisition, or in product development, or opening new stores, or plant efficiency, or better qualified personnel, or more service, or cost reduction. While you may believe in your heart that a particular decision creates shareholder value, there’s no financial metric currently available to tell you how much shareholder value you actually created, or even whether you created any at all.But Return on Customer can help you. Return on Customer is a breakthrough financial metric that can quantify the actual shareholder value you are creating (or, possibly, destroying) with your various business actions and initiatives.” 
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ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF MODERN LIFE 4TH EDITION, S. Howard Patterson & W. H. Scholz
14 S. Howard Patterson & W. H. Scholz ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF MODERN LIFE 4TH EDITION
McGraw Hill Book Company 1937 Third Edition Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book is the Third Edition that was published in 1937 by the McGraw Hill Book Company with 833 pages. The text contains about 300 pages with scattered underlining, notes and notation in pencil and pen. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned with scattered foxing. Previous owners name present. There are eight straight pen lines written on the foredge. The corners are bumped. PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION:The early thirties were years of depression, and the middle thirties those of recovery. Great economic changes were followed by a flood of social legislation. Both called for a complete revision of all textbooks in economics.The general plan adopted in the second edition of "Economic Problems of Modern Life" has been followed in the third edition, but the material has been completely rewritten. New sections and chapters have been added, covering recent developments in finance, agriculture, industry, labor relations, and world movements.Introductory material, which is necessary for beginning students, is contained in Part I. It is especially designed for those who wish to introduce the study of economics by a survey of concrete problems and to follow later with an analysis of abstract theory. Those classes which study economic principles first and economic problems later may well omit Part I, which contains material already covered in detail.The authors desire to express their appreciation of the helpful cooperation of Professors W. C. Plummer and R. A. Young and other teachers of economics in the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania for their numerous excellent criticisms and suggestions. They are equally appreciative of the contributions made to this revision by Professor Ira B. Cross of the University of California.Professor Domenico Vittorini, of the Department of Romance Languages of the University of Pennsylvania, made valuable suggestions, many of which were incorporated in Chap. XXXVIII. Miss Leah T. Cadbury read the entire proof with meticulous care and clarified many points in the text. The authors are deeply indebted to both Professor Vittorini and Miss Cadbury.S. H. P. K. W. H. S. PHILADELPHIA, PA., 
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Make the Rules or Your Rivals Will Richard Shell Business Law Industrial Management, Shell, G. Richard
15 Shell, G. Richard Make the Rules or Your Rivals Will Richard Shell Business Law Industrial Management
140005009X / 9781400050093 Crown Business 2004-04-20 Hardcover Used: Very Good Used: Very Good Hardcover Standard Hardcover 
This book is the hardcover edition. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear. The dust jacket is unclipped and untorn but has some creasing along the edges. THERE IS A NEW TRUTH ABOUT BUSINESS STRATEGY: HE WHO MAKES THE RULES MAKES THE MONEYA few savvy executives understand a vital but hidden truth about business in fiercely competitive markets: Making the rules of the game means the difference between winning and losing.• Bill Gates has known this since he was nineteen, when he personally drafted his first licensing contract for a start-up company called Microsoft. • Henry Ford learned it the hard way in the early days of the automobile industry when a powerful industry cartel tried to drive him out of business with a bogus patent.• Sumner Redstone and Rupert Murdoch are both masters of this truth--and have led Viacom and News Corporation to sustained competitive success as a result. They are as comfortable in a courtroom as they are in a boardroom.• Napster founder Shawn Fanning learned the lesson too late, only after incumbent recording companies in the music business had driven him from the market.G. Richard Shell, an award-winning professor at one of the world’s leading business schools, brings the strategic insights of leaders like Gates, Ford, Redstone, and Murdoch into bold relief. Using stories drawn from both today's headlines and business history’s rich treasure trove, he shows exactly how to make the rules in your market and how to defend your interests when rivals beat you to it. What kind of rules? The rules that executives negotiate into contracts, lobby into new laws, litigate into court decisions, and persuade bureaucrats to write into regulatory standards. Many managers run away from the rules, terrified of lawyers and afraid of political entanglements. The smartest executives know that the law is far too important to leave to the lawyers. They follow the example set by legally savvy corporate leaders: Learn the 10 percent of legal strategy that makes 90 percent of the difference in winning competitive battles. Shell’s book will completely change the way you think about:• Branding. What if your competitor tries to deny you the right to use your product name, as Coke did when it launched a worldwide campaign to stop Pepsi from using the word “cola”?• Pricing Strategy. Wal-Mart is crushing you by discounting. How about writing rules to protect your profits? Gas retailers did this to stop Wal-Mart from selling discount gas in the United States.• Crown Jewel Products. A giant competitor copies your hit products, markets them as its own, and laughs at your threatened lawsuit. What is your next step? Nintendo’s leaders faced a situation much like this when it battled Universal Studios over Nintendo’s first megahit game--Donkey Kong.Rules that shape the way markets work are like the invisible electric fences that keep pets inside a yard. The businesses that write the rules can offer their products and services with relative freedom--while their rivals must stay inside the fence. Make the Rules or Your Rivals Will provides the ?rst comprehensive guide to this crucial, largely hidden aspect of corporate strategy. Someone is going to write the rules in your market. Will it be you or your competitors? 
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NEW The Power of Positive Audio CD Thinking in Business: The Roadmap to Peak Performance, Ventrella, Scott W.; Ventrella, Scott W. [Reader]
16 Ventrella, Scott W.; Ventrella, Scott W. [Reader] NEW The Power of Positive Audio CD Thinking in Business: The Roadmap to Peak Performance
0743518101 / 9780743518109 Simon & Schuster Audio 2001-05-01 Audio CD New Audio CD 
This unopened brand new audio book was published in 2001 by Simon and Schuster. One of the most powerful forces in business today is the positive psychology movement—overcoming self-defeating attitudes and developing our talents and positive traits. Much of the new thinking stems directly from the concepts in Norman Vincent Peale's classic bestseller, The Power of Positive Thinking, which has sold over 22 million copies.After years of extensive research with the Peale Center and Scott W. Ventrella major corporations nationwide, Scott Ventrella has adapted these concepts to form a systematic program for people in business so that they can achieve greater levels of personal and professional performance. This audiobook provides a practical way for each of us to actually develop and strengthen the ten traits of a positive thinker.The Power of Positive Thinking in Business encourages businesspeople at all levels, disciplines, and functions within an organization to concentrate on objective, rational thinking instead of self-limiting beliefs and negative self-talk. The result is an increased ability to deal effectively with tough situations and difficult people, in both business environments and personal lives. Together, rational thinking and the ten traits of a positive thinker can turn defeatist behavior into productive actions that will overcome the toughest of challenges with powerful, positive results. 
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Your Best Year in Network Marketing MLM Self Wealth & Success, Yarnell, Mark
17 Yarnell, Mark Your Best Year in Network Marketing MLM Self Wealth & Success
1879706946 / 9781879706941 Paper Chase Press 2002-09-01 Paperback Used: Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2002 by the Paper Chase Press with 209. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. The cover is moderately worn around the edges. 
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Race to Recruit Strategies for Successful Business Attraction Evaluation Planning Forman & Mooney, Forman & Mooney
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Inscribed How to Tell What You Know A Handbook for Management Men Arthur Secord, Arthur Secord
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Letter Writing: Suggestions, Precepts and Examples for the Conduct of Business and Social Correspondence (Revised Edition 1911)
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