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The Price Of A Good Cup Of Coffee

Author : Giselle Renarde
ISBN : 9781311576668
Genre : Fiction
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How many girls fall in love with a pair of legs? After a fleeting glimpse of Chaucer Girl’s woolly black tights, it takes linguistics major Evelina almost a year to track down their owner. How can she be sure Chaucer Girl is the same stunning young woman who works at the campus coffee shop? Maybe she’ll never know for sure, but when the doe-eyed barista offers her unspeakable delights across the coffee counter, how can she possibly say no?

Sweden

Author : James Proctor
ISBN : 184353066X
Genre : Travel
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The Rough Guide to Sweden is an insider''s guide to one of Europe''s least known countries. This fully revised and updated third edition includes a 24pp full-colour section introducing the country''s highlights. Following chapters give the inside track on where to stay, eat and drink and exhaustive accounts of how to get around and see the best this beautiful country has to offer.''The best guide for foreign visitors to Sweden'' Dagens Nyheter, Sweden''s biggest-selling daily.''The best guide to the country'' The Telegraph, London.''The best guidebook, proved invaluable'' The Times, London.

Live Your Life For Half The Price

Author : Mary Hunt
ISBN : 9781441223470
Genre : Business & Economics
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"It's the money you don't spend that ultimately gives you the freedom to live the life you love!" You work hard for your money. You know you should save some, but it seems like every month something comes up that sets back your best laid plans. If you're tired of working hard just to get by, this user-friendly guide shows you that you can slash the cost of nearly everything you need without sacrificing joy and quality of life. Mary Hunt shows you how to get off the monthly money roller coaster. She offers the specific techniques, resources, and motivation you need to keep more of your money every month, including •finding money you didn't know you had •cutting your grocery bill by 50% •controlling the mother of all budget-busters •avoiding fees •paying off your mortgage •saving on bills •preparing for disaster •paying less for your dream car •planning family vacations •and more It's time to start saving, giving, and finally making financial progress, and with humor and compassion, Mary Hunt is leading the way!

Coffee Eateries Success Becoming A Successful Coffee Entrepreneur

Author : Vincent Gabriel
ISBN : 9789810795290
Genre : Business & Economics
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It is the coffee shop. It is traditional. It is on the verge of extinction. Then the young discovered the joys of coffee from the multi-national coffee chains that began to invade. Soon tea drinking, that was the characteristic of the culture of India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan and China gave way to COFFEE-drinking. Coffee drinking was hip. Coffee was trendy. The coffee shop becomes the coffee eatery. Now you, too want to tap the huge potential of three billion people drinking coffee and living the coffee (café) lifestyle. As an entrepreneur, the history of the coffee lifestyle should shape your strategic planning. The oldies will stick to their old ways. The retro-chains appeal to those who long for the past, but want a "past" that fit with their expectations. The young embrace globalisation and coffee is indeed a worldwide commodity. The well-to-do want coffee to state their status as the consumers of chic, class and considerable wealth. At the end of it all, the cup of coffee is a careful mix of bean, hot water, quality milk, some sugar, some cream and all coming together in wonderful aroma and soul-stirring taste. About the Author Vincent A. Gabriel always had tea at home for breakfast. Tea was always English Breakfast. He went to the traditional coffee shops including the one at Lau Pa Sat, where he had the toasted slices of bread on one side with butter and the other with sweet rich egg kaya. He also enjoyed the cup cakes at the Red House, which was run by a family of a pupil. After Sunday Masses he visited Chin Mee Chin in Katong. Tong Ah in Keong Siak Street was visited when he went to invite a pupil to return to his class after the boy had been playing truant. The multi-national coffee chains brought the world of coffee to Singapore. He was able to taste Blue Mountain (from Jamaica) Monsoonal coffee (from India) and the aromatic Arab coffee. This book is a tribute to the coffee drinkers who keep smallholder coffee producers improving their crop and the roasters who bring out the best in coffee and tea.

Kiplinger S Personal Finance

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The most trustworthy source of information available today on savings and investments, taxes, money management, home ownership and many other personal finance topics.

Mastering The Art Of Vegan Cooking

Author : Annie Shannon
ISBN : 9781455557547
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 56. 68 MB
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Annie and Dan Shannon, the authors of Betty Goes Vegan, are back. In their new book, they show readers how to cook creatively and thriftily with recipes, sidebars, and tips on stocking a pantry and using ingredients creatively. Most recipes result in leftover ingredients and servings that can be reused in multiple ways, reducing waste in your kitchen while keeping your meals fresh and flavorful. Inspired by the recipes and cost-saving techniques used during the Depression and World War II and paying a vegan homage to Julia Child, The Shannons have figured out how to get the most out of what you've already invested so that you can spend less and get more. With recipes like Korean Kimchi BBQ Burgers, Vegan Yankee Pot Roast, Not-cho Everyday Chili Dogs, and Savannah Pecan Pies, MASTERING THE ART OF VEGAN COOKING offers a way to make eating vegan both affordable and delicious.

Cooking Price Wise

Author : Vincent Price
ISBN : 9780486819075
Genre : Cooking
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The actor and gourmet offers scores of easy-to-make recipes from around the world. This handsome hardcover edition includes culinary-related journal entries from Price's international travels plus his daughter's reminiscences of his home cooking.

The Strategy And Tactics Of Pricing

Author : Thomas T. Nagle
ISBN : 9781351733717
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Strategy and Tactics of Pricing explains how to manage markets strategically and how to grow more profitably. Rather than calculating prices to cover costs or achieve sales goals, students will learn to make strategic pricing decisions that proactively manage customer perceptions of value, motivate purchasing decisions, and shift demand curves. This edition features a new discussion on harnessing concepts from behavioral economics as well as a more streamlined "value cascade" structure to the topics. Readers will also benefit from: Major revisions to almost half of the chapters, including an expanded discussion of big data analytics and a revised chapter on "Specialized Strategies", which addresses timely technical issues like foreign exchange risks, reactions to market slumps, and managing transfer prices between independent profit centers. A completely rewritten chapter on "Creating a Strategic Pricing Capability", which shows readers how to implement the principles of value-based, strategic pricing successfully in their organizations. In-chapter textboxes, updated to provide walk-through examples of current pricing challenges, revenue models enabled by an increasingly digital economy, and advances in buyer decision-making, explained through classic principles that still apply today. Chapter summaries and visual aids, which help readers grasp the theoretical frameworks and actionable principles of pricing analysis. This comprehensive, managerially-focused text is a must-read for students and professionals with an interest in strategic marketing and pricing. A companion website features PowerPoint slides and an instructor’s manual, including exercises, mini-cases, and examination questions.

Master The Brand Called You The Proven Leadership Personal Branding System To Help You Earn More Do More And Be More At Work

Author : Brenda Bence
ISBN : 9780982535387
Genre : Business & Economics
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Are YOU the brand of choice in your workplace? The world's most successful brand names inspire loyalty and trust. You rely on them again and again for their quality, innovation, and performance. What would it mean for your career, your job satisfaction—and your income potential—if your boss, colleagues, and customers felt the same about YOU? This groundbreaking book provides you with the only start-to-finish system for defining, communicating, and taking control of your leadership personal brand at work, whether you are leading yourself or leading others. Modeled after proven big-brand marketing methods, Master the Brand Called YOU guides you step-by-step through corporate branding techniques never before adapted for personal use. You will learn how to: * Identify the 6 essential positioning elements that define your leadership personal brand * Master the 5 everyday activities that most clearly communicate your brand as a leader * Avoid the top 20 Leadership Personal Brand Busters that could keep you from success * Increase both your earning power and your job satisfaction * Build on-the-job trust and loyalty in YOU

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

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