Rich Dad S Classics

Author: Robert T. Kiyosaki
Publisher: Business Plus
ISBN: 9780446696753
Size: 41.68 MB
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Collects the first three installments of the best-selling series in a boxed set that includes Rich Dad Poor Dad, Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant, and Rich Dad's Guide to Investing, in a compendium that covers such topics as the financial management secrets of the wealthy class and effective ways to raise money. Original. 10,000 first printing.

The Business Of The 21st Century

Author: Robert T. Kiyosaki
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781612680637
Size: 25.38 MB
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In The Business of the 21st Century, Robert Kiyosaki explains the revolutionary business of network marketing in the context of what makes any business a success in any economic situation. This book lends credibility to multilevel marketing business, and justifies why it is an ideal avenue through which to learn basic business and sales skills... and earn money.

The Business School

Author: Robert T. Kiyosaki
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781612680569
Size: 77.85 MB
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In this third edition of his bestselling book, Robert T. Kiyosaki updates his original eight "hidden values" of a network marketing business (other than making money. Special Bonus: additional "hidden values" from Kim Kiyosaki, author of Rich Woman and It's Rising Time! Robert explains that building a network marketing business... is a revolutionary way to achieve wealth ...makes it possible for anyone to acquire great wealth... is and avenue to financial freedom that is open to anyone who has drive, determination and perseverance.

The New Professionals

Author: Charles W. King
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
ISBN: 9780761519669
Size: 71.28 MB
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The new face of network marketing is revealed in a guide to the world of multi-level marketing and direct selling that focuses on the stories of ordinary people who tripled and quadrupled their salaries after overcoming their initial skepticism and embracing the rewards of this career opportunity. Original.

Alive At Work

Author: Daniel M. Cable
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 1633694267
Size: 61.65 MB
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Poll after poll has confirmed that an astonishing number of workers are disengaged from their work. Why is this happening? And how can we fix the problem? In this bold, enlightening book, social psychologist and professor Daniel M. Cable takes leaders into the minds of workers and reveals the surprising secret to restoring their zest for work. Disengagement isn't a motivational problem, it's a biological one. Humans aren't built for routine and repetition. We're designed to crave exploration, experimentation, and learning--in fact, there's a part of our brains, which scientists have coined "the seeking system," that rewards us for taking part in these activities. But the way organizations are run prevents many of us from following our innate impulses. As a result, we shut down. Things need to change. More than ever before, employee creativity and engagement are needed to win. Fortunately, it won't take an extensive overhaul of your organizational culture to get started. With small nudges, you can personally help people reach their fullest potential. Alive at Work reveals: How to encourage people to bring their best selves to work and use their greatest strengths to help your organization flourish How to build creative environments that motivate people to share ideas, work smarter, and embrace change How to enhance people's connection to their work and your customers How to create personalized experiences that help people feel a deeper sense of purpose Filled with fascinating stories from the author's extensive research, Alive at Work is the inspirational guide that you need to tap into the passion, creativity, and purpose fizzing beneath the surface of every person who falls under your leadership.

Helping People Help Themselves

Author: David Ellerman
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472021765
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David Ellerman relates a deep theoretical groundwork for a philosophy of development, while offering a descriptive, practical suggestion of how goals of development can be better set and met. Beginning with the assertion that development assistance agencies are inherently structured to provide help that is ultimately unhelpful by overriding or undercutting the capacity of people to help themselves, David Ellerman argues that the best strategy for development is a drastic reduction in development assistance. The locus of initiative can then shift from the would-be helpers to the doers (recipients) of development. Ellerman presents various methods for shifting initiative that are indirect, enabling and autonomy-respecting. Eight representative figures in the fields of education, community organization, economic development, psychotherapy and management theory including: Albert Hirschman, Paulo Freire, John Dewey, and Søren Kierkegaard demonstrate how the major themes of assisting autonomy among people are essentially the same. David Ellerman is currently a Visiting Scholar in the Economics Department at the University of California at Riverside.

Compassionate Capitalism

Author: Rich DeVos
Publisher: Plume Books
ISBN: 9780452270510
Size: 44.38 MB
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In this national bestseller, the co-founder of Amway blends his own amazing story with an inspiring, proven plan for establishing businesses that are both highly profitable and compassionate. "A terrific book".--Larry King.