I was travelling years ago and picked up a copy of the “How to set up an online business” magazine at the airport. The book was so helpful I ended up reading it multiple times – earmarking pages, high lighting, underlining and making notes. This book is amazing…
Whether the reader is a seasoned yogi or someone who has just picked up the book, From the Yoga Mat to the Corner Office is packed with useful wisdom, strategies and daily practices for achieving more prosperity, flexibility and joy along the road to a fulfilling career.
Help the entrepreneur in your life, and at the same time, check them off your Christmas list with one of these seven books.
Although it’s nice to know where your ancestors originate, it’s not always fun trying to teach that piece of family history to your child. Instead of sitting down with a complicated list of things you want them to know, next time just buy the My Heritage Book. Deanna Bufo Novak always held a special place […]
Did you know that Hollywood generated 33% less revenue than the US yellow page industry last year? Neither did I until I read a fascinating new book called The Phone Book: The Curious History of the Book That Everyone Uses But No One Reads. Ammon Shea is not your typical thirtysomething book enthusiast. After reading […]
There’s a popular myth that NASA spent “millions” of dollars developing a pen for astronauts to use in the weightless environment of a space ship – while their sensible Russian counterparts were happy to use the low-tech pencil. Alas, for all its appeal and plausibility, this is not true. Initially, astronauts and cosmonauts were both […]
Business Insider: …with a $9.99 Kindle download price, the author sees $6.98 in revenue (Kindle Direct Publishing has a 70/30 revenue split in most major territories, including the United States. Amazon takes 30%, you get 70%. They wire the money into your bank account about 60 days after the month in which a sale occurs. […]
Ever wish you could travel around the world, living with just the pack on your back? Well, according to KK, here is a book that will help guide you to where the jobs are! Most of these kind of books are a bunch of hand-waving generalities, or out of date particulars; this one is very […]
Slate: One of my favorite parables is about a man who arrives in a village with what he claims is a magic stone. Put the stone into a pot of water over a fire, he says, add a just few ingredientsâ€”some vegetables, some old ham bones, a few spicesâ€”and soon you will have a delicious, […]
If you liked Moneyball, you’ll love “Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local – and Helped Save an American Town” – it’s like Moneyball with furniture. With over $500 million a year in sales, the Bassett Furniture Company was once the world’s biggest wood furniture manufacturer. Run by the same powerful Virginia […]
In Insights from a Franchise Insider, author Bill Hunt shares insights from his 25 year career opening and supporting international franchises around the world. I’m looking forward to reading this book. Here’s more: Bill Hunt wrote Insights from a Franchise Insider to share his quarter century of overseas experience with other North American master franchise […]
I just finished reading Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy Social World by Gary Vaynerchuk. I want to say that I loved the book as much as Gary’s previous Crush It! and The Thank You Economy, but I can’t. The book was short on actionable content information, and […]
Pinterest, the rapidly growing social networking site that allows users to post and share images and videos on “pinboards” (a collection of “pins,” usually with a common theme), is providing businesses and savvy entrepreneurs with a new platform to market their products and services. And, as with any new platform, learning what works best and […]
Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, by WIRED magazine editor Chris Anderson takes you to the front lines of a new industrial revolution as today’s entrepreneurs, using open source design and 3-D printing, bring manufacturing to the desktop. In an age of custom-fabricated, do-it-yourself product design and creation, the collective potential of a million garage tinkerers […]
How cluttered is your home? Is it limited to one room or does the clutter spread to all areas of your house? Those are just a few questions that Lorie Marrero will have you asking yourself. Through her book and website, The Clutter Diet helps people diet in a new way – through their homes. […]
Originally born in Japan to parents that were missionaries, Rev. Maria “Dancing Heart” Hoaglund is a very unique woman. As an experienced ex-hospice spiritual and bereavement counselor she has been able to take those talents that make her so unique and turn them into a book as well as a business. Maria’s book, The Last […]