BOOK REVIEW: The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

    #Money Makes the World Go Round This is the story about #saving, making money and enlarging the money (honey) pot, presented in fabulous historical tales of ancient Babylon, but all the wisdom is applicable 6000 years later, that is today and most probable will be throughout eternity.Like th...

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    Finance for A Non-Financial Entrepreneur

    [knowing what the numbers really mean as a business owner]Boost your financial intelligence and stand out from the crowdNow Meet Susan, a business ownerSusan, 53 owns her own flower shop for the last 5 years in one of the prestigious malls in the city, and the business is thriving. She is servin...

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    BOOK REVIEW: 12 Rules for Life BY Jordan B. Peterson

    Book review12 rules for Life by Jordan B. PetersonAn antidote to chaos12 rules, one conclusion: You must take responsibility for your own life. Period.Jordan Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. His main areas of...

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    Book review: The Bootstrapper’s Bible by Seth Godin

    Book reviewThe Bootstrapper’s Bible by Seth GodinIf you have ever dipped your toe in marketing, you must have undoubtedly heard of Seth Godin. It is hard to describe what Seth Godin actually is precisely, because he is so many things when it comes to thinking, questioning and probing about curre...

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    BOOK REVIEW: Remote by David Heinemeier Hansson & Jason Fried

    Remote by David Heinemeier Hansson & Jason FriedOffice not requiredA year ago billionaire Richard Branson gave us another lesson on leadership: 3 reasons you should let your employees work remotely. The whole article you can read here, and it is quite good.But the message is clear and straight...

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    BOOK REVIEW: Originals by Adam Grant

    Book reviewOriginals by Adam GrantHow non-conformist change the worldorig.i.nal, n A thing of singular* or unique character; a person who is different from other people in an appealing or interesting way; a person of fresh initiative or inventive capacity *Sherlock Holmes fans know our most belo...

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    Book review: 7 Brief Lessons on Physics by Carlo Rovelli

    “The man who makes physics sexy . . ..” —The Times MagazineThese lessons were written for those who know little or nothing about modern science. This short book in 96 pages and 7 lessons will show you how to better understand the world, but also it shows the surprising similarities between scienc...

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    Book review: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

    The summarized essence of this book in one sentence would be “the fastest path to the money”, as author described the book itself.  The book is written for entrepreneurs, experienced ones and the those just starting out, who struggle with getting more customers because small business owners...

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    Book Review: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

    “Napoleon Hill was one of America’s great, influential thinkers who continues to have an enormous impact today.” —Steve Forbes, editor-in-chief of Forbes magazineThis book contains money-making secrets that can change your life and it is among the 10 best selling self-help books of all time. It b...

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    7 Powerful Lessons to Adopt Before Writing A Business Plan

    7 Powerful Lessons to Adopt Before Writing A Business PlanYou like being an entrepreneur.You have a great product that you want to share with the world, and you are doing it, but somehow deep in your heart you know you haven’t realized your full potential, not even remotely. You have tried diff...

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