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So What S The Bottom Line

Author : Yitzchok Saftlas
ISBN : 9781630475260
Genre : Business & Economics
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Most people fail to see the correlation between “business” and “brains.” For Yitzchok Saftlas, master of marketing, it seems readily transparent. During our challenging economic times, when people desperately seek to recharge themselves on various planes, Saftlas presents us with So, What’s the Bottom Line? taken from his real-life experiences and knowledge from a two and a half decade career as founder and president of his own marketing consulting company, Bottom Line Marketing Group. Perfect for executives, entrepreneurs, salespeople, and marketers in the corporate and nonprofit spheres, So, What’s the Bottom Line? teaches key business fundamentals, such as creative marketing initiatives, effective communication, customer retention, and strategic planning and execution. The stories, examples, and practical insight demonstrate the principles and practices leading to winning results and how to think like a savvy individual prepared for success. Ideas such as how you gain by thanking your customers and making your clients’ priorities yours may seem basic. Others, such as learning from Rufus the Dog or gaining insight into the value of performing market research and demographic studies from your local dry cleaners, may not be as obvious. Wise and to the point, each of the 76 short and motivational chapters includes a concise action step, providing a clear direction of how to succeed. Prepare to be enthralled as you uncover Saftlas’s acumen derived from his exposure to extraordinary people, events, and institutions. It will shed an often unseen human light on the field of marketing. Gain experience-based tactics, common-sense ideas, and principles to grow your bottom line.

Throw Me The Bottom Line

Author : John S. Fielden
ISBN : 0974509809
Genre : Business communication
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Corporate managers and employees often waste each others' time by not "Bottom-Lining" their e-mails, business letters, reports, and memos. "Throw Me the Bottom Line. . . I'm Drowning in E-mail!" is an easy-to-read, sometimes amusing story of a mythical CEO Bob and his quest for a concise method to streamline communication in the business world. Using Bob's easy-to-learn format will save busy employees time -- one quick glance at an e-mail and you'll know the sender's entire reason for taking the time to compose and send the message -- the "Bottom Line." You'll also learn to effectively compose e-mails and business correspondence, even those sometimes difficult and sensitive messages to your boss, coworkers, or employees. With more than 25 years experience training employees of some of the world's largest corporations, Dr. Jack Fielden and his co-authors were credited in USA Today with coining the term "Bottom Lining" in reference to communications. With this comprehensive guide, you'll learn how to: -Reduce time spent composing and reading e-mails and other business correspondence -Increase productive productive time by eliminating wasted time -Better prepare students and employees to use effective written communication -Communicate an unfavorable opinion to supervisors -Use Persuasion and Style to professionally make your point "up" and "down" in the workplace. "Throw Me the Bottom Line. . . I'm Drowning in E-mail!" is revolutionizing communication in offices and college classrooms everywhere by changing and simplifying how people compose and receive business messages.

Bottom Line Management

Author : Gary Fields
ISBN : 9783540714477
Genre : Business & Economics
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Bottom Line Management presents a new approach to management. It will help you if you are a senior manager in an organization and have a seat at the table where key decisions are made. It will help you be a valued employee recognized as doing the good work of the organization. What makes you valuable to your organization? You’re valuable if the organization would lose out if it weren’t paying you for your input. The head would have significantly more to do if you weren’t there. Without you, less would be produced. In your absence, poorer decisions would be made. Bottom Line Management gives you essential tools so that you can truly be valuable to your organization. In a very practical way it gives examples of successful rules how to maximize your contribution to the Bottom Line, and how to avoid popular mistakes in managerial dicision making. But in order for you to be valuable, your input must truly be valuable. Your input cannot be valuable if you do not know what the organization is trying to achieve and what strategy the head of the organization and the other leaders have adopted to try to achieve it, or if you cannot contribute to the making of good, sound, purposeful decisions. Bottom Line Management will help you understand the organization’s bottom line and contribute to it. Bottom Line Management gives you essential tools so that you can truly be valuable to your organization.

Race My Story Humanity S Bottom Line

Author : Lauren Joichin Nile
ISBN : 9781491703090
Genre : Social Science
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Lauren Joichin Nile introduces what she believes is humanity’s racial bottom line with a compelling account of her personal experiences growing up in 1950’s and 60’s segregated New Orleans. In so doing, she posits what she believes is humanity’s universal racial story. Lauren explains how starting out from Southern Africa, fully formed human beings, over thousands of years, walked out of Africa, populated the entire rest of Planet Earth, and over 2,000 generations, physically adapted to their new environments, gradually taking on the appearance of the many races of modern-day humanity, making all of us literally one, biologically-related human family. She then provides an abbreviated account of some of the most significant events of humanity’s racial history and an explanation of how that history has affected the American racial present. She also analyzes a number of controversial topics, including whether there are truly superior and inferior races. Finally, Lauren shares what she believes are the specific actions that humanity must take in order to heal from our wretched racial past, realize that across the planet, we all truly can love one another and as a species, walk into a wiser, more empathetic, compassionate human future. Lauren Joichin Nile is an author, keynote speaker, trainer and licensed attorney who specializes in assisting organizations in increasing their emotional intelligence, compassion, and productivity. The goal of her work with organizations is to help create environments in which understanding and kindness are valued and as a result, every person is equally welcomed and uniformly appreciated irrespective of all demographic differences. The goal of Lauren’s speaking and training in the greater society, is to help the human species grow in both wisdom and compassion.

So What S In The Petri Dish Dr Periwinkle

Author : Michael Fontaine
ISBN : 9781463403935
Genre : Fiction
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“So what’s in the Petri dish Dr. Periwinkle?” A Synopsis: What’s it like to know that your future and a decision that could possibly change your future in a huge way is going to be decided not as much by scientists, but by politicians? That’s exactly what Dr. Oliver Periwinkle learns only after a few months as Chair of the Albert Einstein Department of Science and Technology at Belvedere Crossing University. Excited by the prospect of joining the faculty of one of the nation’s pre-eminent research institutions in the fall of 2000; he brings with him the promise of a significant federal grant to continue a highly controversial Stem cell initiative. Obviously life is good. But as quickly as fortunes can blossom, they can turn, and turn they do as a bizarre series of events start to unfold. So begins the often amusing and delightful romp through the ‘Halls of Letters’ that chronicle a litany of asinine behavior, a gluttony of academic has-beens, political crackpots, government double-talk and of course—corruption and greed. ‘So what’s in the Petri dish’ is set in a university environment fractured by cynicism and an insanity that has run-a-muck. Periwinkle encounters a host of good guys and bad guys, G-men and ‘Wise-guys’ in a brush with Nobel Prize fortune and fame; corporate espionage and congressional hearings where “I have no recollection of that Senator”, more often than not is bellowed by just about anyone with something to hide. It is an exaggeration of the absurd—a microcosm that peeks behind its own closed doors, secret files, and clandestine meetings only to discover time and time again, ‘the enemy is us’. ‘So what’s in the Petri dish’ is the coming of age of a naïve latter day scholar who is indoctrinated to a culture of perpetual chaos as a university transforms in the midst of perhaps one of the greatest scientific discoveries of our time. Here we get a glimpse of idealism as it comes face to face with reality while society struggles with a phenomenon that will ultimately shape and define its values. Alas, ‘So what’s in the Petri dish’ is a venture into higher education’s inner sanctum; yet never once promising the reader to emerge any smarter, but perhaps wiser for making the journey. Many deem it a clear case of morality vs. mortality, right—or is it? Ever since that sheep, I know I’ve been a little curious. What about you? Dr. Michael Fontaine is a university Professor, former journalist and freelance photographer.

The Portland Bottom Line

Author : Peter Korchnak
ISBN : 9780983046707
Genre : Business & Economics
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Co-edited by Peter Korchnak and Megan Strand and organized into 12 sections along the triple bottom line of People, Planet, and Prosperity, "The Portland Bottom Line: Practices for Your Small Business from America's Hotbed of Sustainability" explores how small businesses can effectively and efficiently shift toward sustainability and thrive. In their short, 400-word essays, 51 small-business people from the City of Roses share their experiences with sustainability in their companies. "The Portland Bottom Line" demonstrates how small businesses can innovate to put people before profit, help restore the ecosystem, and prosper. The book is also a community benefit project. Contributors collectively chose, by vote, the local community organization Mercy Corps Northwest, which supports the launch and growth of sustainable ventures, to receive 100% of profit from the book's sales.

The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries Omnibus 2

Author : Charlaine Harris
ISBN : 9780575096516
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 22. 19 MB
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The second omnibus edition of Roe Teagarden's adventures, from the bestselling author of the True Blood novels! Lawrenceton, Georgia, was once a small town; now many people see it only as a growing suburb of Atlanta - but it's still a small town at heart, where people wander in and out of each other's homes, and everybody knows everybody's business. Librarian Aurora Teagarden - Roe to her friends - grew up there, and she should know. She's always been interested in the darker side of human nature, ever since her True Crime book club led to a real murder ... This omnibus edition contains the last four novels: Dead Over Heals (book 5); A Fool and his Honey (book 6); Last Scene Alive (book 7); Poppy Done to Death (book 8).

Well Connected

Author : Gordon S. Curtis
ISBN : 0470642343
Genre : Business & Economics
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Achieve your goals by selectively engaging the right people and connecting well with them Smart executives who want to reach virtually any business goal-from raising capital to finding sales leads to finding the perfect job-know that networking is the key to their success. But traditional networking approaches-meet as many people as possible, amass huge numbers of "connections" and "friends" in your LinkedIn and Facebook networks-rarely produce more than a handful of relationships that pay off. In Well-Connected, networking maven and coach Gordon Curtis explains that the secret to building truly effective relationships is to narrow--rather than widen--your network. His proven methodology for building key relationships that deliver results every time emphasizes selectively engaging the right people and connecting with them well : First, identify a "critical enabler," someone who has access to the knowledge you need and is inclined to help you; second, unlock the critical enabler's willingness and ability to provide what you need by offering her something valuable before you ask her or him for anything. Well-Connected reveals a breakthrough approach to networking that delivers predictable, positive results Filled with success stories, the book provides an accessible action plan for all readers Networking maven Gordon Curtis has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Sunday Globe, Fast Company Magazine Well-Connected serves as the playbook for sophisticated business people who know there's a better way to connect with the right people to get things done better and faster.

The Privileged Few

Author : Richard DeBenedictis
ISBN : 9781496954756
Genre : Fiction
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This is a story of the class struggle between money, politics, and heart. In 1973, the wealthiest one percent of Americans owned only 13% of the country’s assets. Those assets included the equity in homes, businesses, stocks, bonds and property. Forty years, three poorly conceived wars and two major financial disasters later, that figure has risen to nearly 50% at the expense of the average American. Where did this windfall of wealth come from and why did the real income and personal assets of the vast majority of working Americans decline during this same period? Were they just smarter ... or did they just outsmart us? Once thought of as the land of opportunity with a standard of living envied around the world, America has become the land of political manipulations and unconscionable acts in favor of a select few. This fact–based fiction novel tells the story of a generation of men and women who sought the elusive American Dream during the decline of the middle class and the deliberate war against those in poverty who can only afford to dream. Richard DeBenedictis’ story is told through the lives and adventures of four main characters, whom, although of diverse backgrounds, ideologies and social status, are influenced by the self-serving acts of those who want it all. Is this trend reversable or is America, as feared by the authors of our Constitution, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, on its way to becoming ruled by and for The Priviliged Few?

Last Scene Alive

Author : Charlaine Harris
ISBN : 9781429980296
Genre : Fiction
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In the first installment of Charlaine Harris's Aurora Teagarden series, Real Murders, the small town of Lawrenceton, Georgia, was beset by a series of horrific murders. Librarian Aurora "Roe" Teagarden teamed up with true crime writer Robin Crusoe to catch the killer, and the results of their investigation have gone down in Lawrenceton history. Now, in Last Scene Alive, Robin is back in town, set to begin filming the movie version of the terrible events of so many years ago. Of course he's not alone-he brings with him a cast and crew the size of which nearly overwhelms the tiny excitement-starved town. Roe is disturbed to discover that the film's crew includes her stepson, who despises her, as well as an actress set to play her in the film. Everyone in Lawrenceton suddenly goes movie crazy, mentally composing awards-acceptance speeches while prancing around the fringes of the set awaiting discovery. Roe's not so crazy about the whole thing...and neither is a secret, vicious murderer. When bodies start dropping, it's up to Roe to reprise her role as amateur sleuth and stop the carnage before it gets out of hand. It's no problem for the beloved small-town librarian in this wonderfully cozy installment in the adored Aurora Teagarden mystery series.

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