Reading Trust Agents Ensures Immortal Business Principles

I remember when I ordered Trust Agents. I was so thrilled. Soon I would have DHL on my doorstep with my latest shopping cart capture. I shared with a friend about my latest checkout on Amazon. He said: Oh! That one is not so new, you might find it a bit antiquated. Now I know that the

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Book Review Of The Start Up Of You

All humans beings are entrepreneurs. When we were in the caves, we were self-employed… finding our food, feeding our-selves. That’s where human history began. As civilization came, we suppressed it. We became “labor” because they stamped us, “You are labor”. We forgot that we are entrepreneurs. – Muhammad Yunus This great quote from Muhammad Yunus

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The Power Of Compelling Content Plus Other People

People don’t change; one core thing always remains. Your customers, your peers, colleagues and partners needs other people. People are what make or break your business. People want valuable insights, access to great people, and recognition before they want products and services. So remember to keep your eyes fixed on people and listen to their

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Video Book Review Of The End Of Business As Usual

Can’t see the video click here. I remember when I read Engage and how well written that book was, so I was eager to start reading Brian Solis latest work: The End of Business As Usual (affiliate link). Where should I start this book review? I mean this book is pumped with cutting edge knowledge exactly as the book Engage was

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Video Book Review Of Google+ For Business By Chris Brogan

Can’t see the video click here. Google+ for Business: How Google’s Social Network Changes Everything (affiliate link). This book is so much more than a book about Google+; this book breathes industry knowledge from the author Chris Brogan. What’s In It For Me? This is a question I always ask myself when I’m looking for books

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Video Book Review Of The Lean Startup By Eric Ries

Whether you are a startup entrepreneur or corporate entrepreneur, there are important lessons in this book when you heading for uncharted business waters, The Lean Startup (affiliate link) provides you with actionable avoid product-learning mistakes, and how to interpret early signals from the market so you can decide whether to persevere or to pivot. (Follow Eric Ries on Twitter).

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