650. Books on management & auxiliary services
John Crossman Career Killers, Career Builders, 2017.
Career speaker and writer John Crossman aims to reach people aged 18-31 or just beginning their careers. He also addresses the people who hire these young adults. He wishes to help anyone get started in any field to understand the unwritten rules of employment so they will make better choices with their opportunities.
Kevin DeYoung Crazy Busy: A (Mercifully) Short Book about a (Really) Big Problem, 2013.
Kevin DeYoung looks at the incredibly busy lives we all lead. We know stress is not good for our health or relationships, but what can we do? Using the Bible as a guide, he supplies new ways of looking at the issue, helping us change the situation rather than applying temporary band-aids to cover it.
Paolo Gallo The Compass and the Radar: The Art of Building a Rewarding Career While Remaining True to Yourself, 2018.
Rather than teach people how to fit into corporate culture, Paolo Gallo asks them to examine whether they belong there in the first place. By examining talents, values, and what matters in life, you can avoid a bad vocational choice that will waste your time and possibly even hurt your reputation. Once you’ve made an informed decision about what to do, he also provides tips on keeping a job and making the most of it.
Michelle Goodman My So-Called Freelance Life: How to Survive and Thrive as a Creative Professional for Hire, 2008.
Targeting women who want to escape the nine-to-five world to work in their own homes, Michelle Goodman has advice and instructions on starting a business and running it on your terms.
Napoleon Hill, et al. The Prosperity Bible: The Greatest Writings of All Time on the Secrets to Wealth and Prosperity, 2007.
This gift-worthy book contains a collection of money-making secrets from financially successful writers. From Benjamin Franklin to Napoleon Hill, here are their formulas for success.
Sam Horn Got Your Attention? How to Create Intrigue and Connect with Anyone, 2015.
Sam Horn shows you her eight-stage INTRIGUE process to get people to look up from their phones long enough to see what you and your business can offer them.
Gary Keller and Jay Papason The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results, 2013.
Massively successful real estate manager Gary Keller shares the six lies that will keep us from success. Next, he shows us seven time-wasters to avoid. Finally, he shares the laws of purpose, priority, and productivity.
Lisa Quast Secrets of a Hiring Manager Turned Career Coach: A Foolproof Guide to Getting the Job You Want…Every Time, 2014.
Hiring manager Lisa Quast says we’re searching for jobs incorrectly. Instead of gimmicks to get attention, we should focus on the basics. So whether you are searching for your first job or considering a switch, Quast has you covered.
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