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    Author: John Warrillow
    Publisher: FlipJet Media
    ISBN: 978-0-9864803-1-7

    I highly recommend that all business owners and entrepreneurs read this well written book and take the lessons contained therein to heart





    Authors:George Box, Gwilym Jenkins, Gregory Reinsel
    Publisher: Wiley
    ISBN: 978-0-470-27284-8

    The book will be highly useful to both students and practitioners in variety of fields that involve applied statistics and engineering

    Author: Paula Marshall
    Publisher: Yorkshire Publishing
    ISBN: 9780881443264

    Marshall has put together an excellent inspirational book, devoid of pointless fillers, sharing with us wisdom from leaders who have faced a variety of challenges. Her rational approach to success will surely find a welcome home on the bookshelves of business owners and managers.







    Authors: Brian Singer & Greg Fedorinchik

    Publisher: Wiley Financial
    ISBN: 978-0-470-43540-3

    This book is well recommended for chief investment officers and managers who aspire to focus on the essentials to build a successful investment firm.




    Authors: Leslie Ann Fox and Katharine Gratwick Baker
    Publishers: Care Communications Press
    ISBN: 978-0-9820512-3-8

    These authors have spun two previously separate theories, at least in the business environment, together in a cohesive fabric that helps people and organizations understand how family/sibling relationships merge into our work relationships and how those interactions relate to productivity and job satisfaction. It is jam-packed with stories/examples of other organizations who have suffered some of their highlighted pitfalls and emerged to be productive, effective, and more profitable organizations in the end

    Authors: Sandi Webster and Peggy McHale
    Publisher: C2G Publishing
    ISBN: 13: 978-0-9842786-0-2

    Black and White Strike Gold is like having a mentoring older sister in the business who willingly takes you by the hand to guide you through the oftentimes difficult business owners’ waters


    Author: John Perkins
    Publisher: Broadway Books (An imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House)
    ISBN: 978-0-307-58992-7

    This book is indeed a weighty tome with much to digest, but one that will contribute immensely to the debate that all of us must partake




    Author:  Scott W. Dunlap
    ISBN:  978-1-4327-4416-8

    I guarantee you a great many readers out there will think that Mr. Dunlap knows our workplaces intimately and has been following us around during our daily grind, watching the piles of dung that are left behind by the higher echelon of executives for us middle managers to clean up




    Authors: Dan Senor and Saul Singer
    Publisher:McClelland & Stewart
    ISBN: 978-0-7710-7967-2

    Where does all of Israel's innovation and entrepreneurship come from?




    Author: Frank McKinney
    ISBN: 13: 978-0-7573-1383-7: (Hard Cover): 10-0-7573-1383-3 (Hard Cover)
    Publisher: Heath Communications Inc

    What I found particularly noteworthy about this part real estate investment principles, part psychology and part philosophy book is that I personally have witnessed during my thirty-five years as a title attorney the application of many of the principles McKinney enunciates in the book



    Authors: Omar Khan with Paul Brown
    Wiley and Sons Publishing
    ISBN: 978-0-470823-13-2

    The universal thought is how to make it happen! It being passion! The roadmap is provided in this enlightening and well written book.




    Author: Brigitte Thompson
    Publisher: Crystal Press
    ISBN: 13: 978-0-9632123-8-9: ISBN: 10: 0-9632123-8-9

    Bookkeeping Basics for Freelance Writers is a valuable guide filled with practical and useful information. Any freelancer would do well to have this one in their permanent library

    Author: Jim Champy
    Publisher: FT Press
    ISBN: 978-0-13-136188-1


    Author: Mary White
    ISBN: 978-0-470-42682-1
    Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc

    Running a Bed & Breakfast For Dummies is an honest and comprehensive look at the world of running a bed and breakfast inn. Mary White’s realistic perspective of inn-keeping is eye-opening, yet optimistic and encouraging.


    Author: Joseph Tibman
    Publisher: Brick Tower Press
    ISBN: 978-188328371-1




    Author: John Roulet
    Publisher: Javelin Publishing
    ISBN: 978-0-9816837-6-8

    The ideas and philosophies offered in this book, I believe, are critical to organizational success. Each chapter builds on the previous one such that at the end all ingredients are mixed together to achieve the desired results---enhanced performance, better leadership, increased job satisfaction, and greater organizational value.    

     



    Author: Craig M. Cortello
    ISBN: 978-09789900-1-5

    A wake up call to those who wish to down size or eliminate music education



    Author: Tom Marquardt
    ISBN: 978-1-60462-535-6
    Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises

    As we no doubt are aware, business principles can sometimes be very difficult to grasp, however, this author has effectively cut all the fat from the bone as he reminds his readers that anyone can bring about change, or as he states, "Learn from your past, work today, formulate action plans for tomorrow. Live by it!"



    Author: Scott C. Fox
    Publisher: Amacom American Management Association
    ISBN: 13: 978-0-8144-1462-0: 10:0-8144-1462-1


    E-Riches 2.0: Next-Generation Marketing Strategies For Making Millions Online is clearly laid out and is packed with pertinent details, written by someone who can truly call himself an expert in the field. Moreover, readers will have little difficulty in understanding the various concepts and principles that are presented in this extremely useful guidebook






    Author: Larry Samuel
    ISBN: 13: 978-0-8144-1362-3: 10:0-8144-1362-5
    Publishers: Amacom


    Rich: The Rise and Fall of American Wealth Culture
    is a very full, at times, overwhelming read, however, one that is very interesting.




    Author: Janet Lowe
    ISBN: 978-0-470-39854-8
    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

    There is quite a bit of territory covered in this tome and probably there are certain sections that would even warrant a book in itself


    Author: Michael T. Hanley
    Publisher: Legwork Team Publisher:
    ISBN: 978-0-5780-1999-4

    Some excellent tax tips for the small business enterpreneur


    Authors: Nirmalya Kumar with Pradipta K. Mohapatra and Suj Chandrasekhar
    Publisher: Harvard Business Press
    ISBN: 978-1-4221-4762-7

    Kumar, Mohapatra, and Chandrasekhar’s, India’s Global Powerhouses, is an important and sweeping in-depth examination of how Indian companies have leaped onto the world’s economic stage.



    Author: David Meerman Scott ISBN-10: 0470395001:
    ISBN-13: 978-0470395004

     I have been an avid reader of David Meerman Scott’s blog for some time. I even have an Outlook task set so that I can remember to have my once a week look. As such, you won’t be that surprised that I would be a fan of his latest book, World Wide Rave: Creating Triggers that Get Millions of People to Spread Your Ideas and Share Your Stories. For all of us who look to promote ourselves on the web better, and that should be everyone who isn’t driving an ice cream truck – and some of these guys could use an idea or two – this book is an excellent starting place. Get your education here!


    Author: Randy Charles Epping
    Publisher: Vintage Books (A Division Of Random House, Inc)
    ISBN: 978-0-307-38790-5

    If you have never taken a course in elementary economics or even if you have and you want to refresh your memory, Randy Charles Epping’s The 21ST-Century Economy: A Beginner’s Guide is just the right prescription.




    Author: Bob Regnerus
    Publisher: Innovation Press
    ISBN-13: 978-0976462491

    Buying and selling in modern times is much different than the old general store. 




    Author: Sophfronia Scott
    ISBN: 978-1-59932-093-9
    Publisher: Advantage

     You have to admit it, when someone is introduced as being an author most of us are in awe





    Authors: Dale Gray & Samuel W. Malone

    Publisher: Wiley
    ISBN: 978-0-470-05831-2

    This book is well recommended for a broad audience including finance professionals as well as policy makers in understanding and quantifying risks in the broader financial system as well as in institutions.




    Author: Michael C. Donaldson
    ISBN: 978-1-879505-98-8
    Publisher: Silman-James Press

    There is no doubt that the detailed research and breadth of information Donaldson presents is remarkable and for anyone who may be directly or indirectly involved with copyright, this is a must read and a book to keep.


    Author: Jonathan Chevreau
    ISBN: 978-0-981104-0-0
    Publisher: Power Publishers Inc

    Very rarely would you see a work of fiction about money management and financial planning presented in a way that is easily digestible and palatable. Such, however, is the case of Jonathan Chevreau's uncomplicated Findependence Day.




    Authors: Patricia Annino, Thomas Davidow and Cynthia Adams Harrison with Lisbeth Davidow.
    ISBN:1439222398

    This slim volume (just 150 small pages with plenty of white space) is divided into eight principal sections, each one devoted to the issues facing women in a particular relationship role – wife, mother, daughter, sister, stepmother, widow, sister-in-law and daughter-in-law. Each section identifies a few issues that a woman in that relationship might face with respect to a family business owned and run by one or more male relatives and provides some ideas for solutions.





    Authors: Deborah and Gerald Strober
    Publishers: Phoenix Books, Inc.
    ISBN: 13-978-1-59777-640-0: 10:-1-59777-640-8

    If you are as curious as I am as to how Bernard Madoff pulled off the largest Ponzi scheme of all time, you have to read Deborah and Gerald Strober's Catastrophe: The Story of Bernard L. Madoff, The Man Who Swindled the World, however, one word of caution, one of the risks in writing a book pertaining to a criminal saga that is still unfolding is that before the ink is dry, some facts or speculations have become obsolete.



    Authors: Arvind Rajan, Glen McDermott, Ratul Roy
    Publisher: Wiley Financial
    ISBN: 978-0-471-74749-9

    Structured credit is one of the most important innovations in Finance in the recent past. Although these instruments have been blamed for the turbulence in financial markets in recent years, they provide an economic benefit and promote efficiency in markets.



    Author: Jack L. Treynor

    ISBN: 978-0-470-11875-7

    Jack Treynor's latest book on institutional investing is a compilation of 97 research articles that were originally published over the past 46 years in leading finance journals. The book comprises of ten parts which covers extensively almost all aspects of institutional investment management.



    Authors: Gary W. Capone and Mark Henderson
    ISBN: 978-1441491534

    With the job market in the dumps now may be the time to brush up on your interviewing skills in order to stand out from your competition. A step in the right direction would be to secure a copy of copy Power Up Your Job Search: A Modern Approach to Interview Preparation authored by Executive recruiters Gary W. Capone and Mark Henderson of Palladian International. 





    Author L.A. Little
    ISBN: 1-4392-2054-9


    Trade Like the Little Guy is targeted towards the small trader with advise and techniques specifically for the small investor unlike the plethora of books in the market which seeks to provide advise which has worked primarily for large investors.



    Author: Rocky Smolin
    ISBN: 978-1-59059-971-6
    Publisher: Apress


    Rocky Smolin's From Program To Product is a helpful guidebook for turning a custom computer application into a marketable product. Smolin's advice will help you polish your program into a professional and marketable product.





    Author: Camille F. Bishop, PhD
    Publisher: Authentic Publishing
    ISBN: 978-1-934068-37-3

    'We're in This Boat Together' is a 2-in-1, a business novel and a dissertation about the Leadership Succession Between Generations or the Generation Gap and its effects on leadership. The experiment with the format is laudable but the result is a little unsettling. Read on for my perspective.


    Authors: Pam Lontos & Andrea Brunais
    ISBN-10: 1600374808
    ISBN-13: 978-1600374807

    Getting in the news? That isn’t in and of itself a problem. I See Your Name Everywhere: Leverage the Power of the Media to Grow Your Fame, Wealth and Success by Pam Lontos and Andrea Brunais can go a long way to getting you there. These two authors prove that they are very well versed industry professionals who take us by the hands and show us how to get in print.





    Authors: Jeff Koser & Chad Koser
    ISBN-10: 1929774575
    ISBN-13: 978-1929774579

     

    With their book Selling to Zebras: How to Close 90% of the Business You Pursue Faster, More Easily, and More Profitably Jeff and Chad Koser have found themselves a very interesting niche in sales consulting and training.  Most of the sales technique books that I have seen in my lifetime on how to sell often have focused on relationship sales, closing or other “me” type sales.




    Author: Darwin Gillett

    ISBN: 1605201189


    There are a large number of books which offer pretty much the same thing and so it is necessary to consider whether this one is any better than the competition. Gillett has assembled a coherent narrative drawing together a wide range of examples and sliced into the various short sections that conventionally facilitate self-study.



    Author: Julio Ojeda-Zapata

    ISBN-10: 1600051189

    ISBN-13: 978-1600051180

    For anyone who twitters, Julio Ojeda-Zapata’s book, Twitter means Business: How Microblogging can Help or Hurt your Company, is for you. For anyone who doesn’t yet twitter, this book would be damned good for you.



    Author: Susan Urquhart Brown
    Publisher: American Management Association
    ISBN: 978-0-8144-0167-5

    The Accidental Entrepreneur is an invaluable resource for those interested in starting a new business as well as those who find themselves in such a position unexpectedly. The book carefully addresses the issues a budding entrepreneur needs to consider before trying self-employment, and the range of issues one has to face from creating, sustaining and growing a business, once started.





    Author: Sherri Thomas
    Publisher: Career Coaching 360
    ISBN: 978-1-60145-366-2

    Career Smart presents a comprehensive framework for career advancement and gives broad advice on approaching common problems faced during job hunting and advancing within an organization.





    Author: Jason Alba

    ISBN: 10: 1600050697 ISBN: 13: 978-1600050695

    This book is a little treasure for anyone who is interested in using LinkedIn but it is also a bonus for those of us already familiar with LinkedIn but could always go a bit further.




    Author: Kellie A. McElhaney (Berrett-Koehler, 2008)

    ISBN-10: 1576754413:  ISBN-13: 978-1576754412

    Publisher: Berrett-Koehler, 2008

    McElhaney’s key point: It’s not enough to have CSR (corporate social responsibility) initiatives in place; they have to be strategic, thorough, and properly marketed:

     



    This rather academically-written, MBA-oriented book emphasizes that merely satisfying your customers isn’t enough to build even loyalty, let alone the fervent ardor necessary for customers to recruit more customers on your behalf; you have to delight them. And the bar on delight keeps getting higher, because one of the factors leading to delight is that it’s unexpected.

    Author: Timothy Keiningham and Terry Varva

    ISBN-10: 0658010042: ISBN-13: 978-0658010040

    Publisher: McGraw-Hill/American Marketing Association, 2001

     





    Author: Isabelle Albanese

    ISBN-10: 0978660226:  ISBN-13: 978-0978660222

     Publisher: Ithaca: Paramount Mountain Publishing, 2007

    From the Fortune 500 world of advertising comes this perky little book, and surprisingly, its advice is very applicable to small entrepreneurs with limited budgets, and translates well to many other media besides TV ads.



    Author: Michelle Dunn

    ISBN-10: 0970664567

    ISBN-13: 978-0970664563

    Michelle Dunn is a real pro when it comes to collections.  How do I know?  Because I could see her bio on the book?  No.  Because Michelle has put together a very solid work on how to start and run your own money collection agency.





    Author: Bob Regnerus

    ISBN-10: 0976462494

    ISBN-13: 978-0976462491

    As a relative beginner in e-commerce I was pleasantly surprised at how easy of a read Bob Regnerus’s book Big Ticket eCommerce: How to Sell High-Priced Products and Services Using the Internet was.  The author’s overall take on things was pretty well scientific through processes that he and his team uncovered and discovered through years of trial and error.  Bob shows us that there is much more to the game than search engine optimization and “getting hits”.  You have to get leads and keep on them.



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