Humorous guide on failure reveals true nature of how to succeed
Everyone in the world has failed at something at some point in their lives. For many, failure is a daily occurrence. To help them and everyone who fears failure, a new self-help guide has been published that is aimed at getting people to open up and talk about the topic.
The new tongue-in-cheek guide is called ‘How to Fail Fantastically’ by serial failure-ist, Ken Williams, who says we shouldn’t fear failure, but embrace it.
Through the companion guide, Williams shows that with a sense of humour and sense of purpose, anyone can fail fantastically. In fact, he demonstrates that failure is not this big, bad monster, but a major precursor to success.
Are you a restaurant owner, manager, operator, or head chef trying to figure out your restaurant's best response during these unprecedented, challenging times?
Are you unsure of your options or how to implement them the right way?
Do you know the best ways to keep in contact with your loyal patrons so they know what your restaurant is doing right now?
Whether your restaurant is open or closed, Kitchen Open will help you answer these questions--and offer solutions--as you consider the directions your restaurant needs to take during the pandemic.
* Explore your takeout and delivery options--including innovative ideas from other restaurants.
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* Learn several ways to keep revenue coming in even if your kitchen is closed for regular takeout and delivery service--and help your community as well. (Tip: Restaurants currently doing takeout and delivery can do these ideas, too.)
* Learn how to optimize every bag and box that goes out your door to keep customers coming back.
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Use Kitchen Open to help you make choices for your restaurant in these unprecedented times and let the world know!
Door to Door Sales Made Simple is beginners guide to anyone who is considering a career in sales. It's an A-Z of what and what not to do, when starting out door knocking or cold-calling. We cover everything from the approach, along with what you would say when someone answers the door, right all the way through to closing a sale after the presentation is complete.
Sales is a great career to consider, but for someone who has just started out on that road for their 1st time, it's a whole new ball game and is a world away from our traditional 9-5 retail or office job or factory work
From my own experience of 20 years on the road, cold-calling and being a sales rep, I have documented here, a great sales aid for beginners, for company managers or team leaders who may have a sales team or for anyone that is considering a career in the sales industry.
Self-publishing a book is growing more common these days and it's the only way new authors can get published.
"Print on demand" technology has made self-publishing more attractive. You just need to be sure that you follow some of the publishing world's best practices-exuding the professionalism, competency, and technical know-how of a traditional publishing outfit. The trick is not longer to self-publish, but to do it in such a way that your book will be read… and that's where this special guide comes in.
You see, Self-Publishing is full of potential traps. Using a step-by-step, proven and easy-to-follow System, " Starting a Business Now in Creative Writing Job as Passive Income Idea" will teach and guide you so you don't fall into these traps.
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This anthology of critical economists is dedicated to all seekers of truth and justice, to all yearning for an inclusive future of generalized security, reduced working hours, exchanging roles, community centers and free Internet books.
By rethinking work, happiness, health and security, we can pave the way for a future that is open and dynamic, not closed and static. Life should be full of play, exuberance, surprise and mystery. The economy ought to be a part of life, not a steamroller crushing self-determination and creativity. Alternatives to stagnation, unemployment and depression lead to changed priorities and policies, a political-economic revolution of qualitative growth and joy in living.
Alternative economics is a vital corrective to market with unfettered deregulation, privatization and liberalization of markets. While neoliberal mythology insists higher profits bring more jobs and greater investments, profits soar and investments fall by the wayside. Radicalism and neoliberalism, mainstream market-radical economic theory haves led to exploding inequality, cynicism and resignation and has no answers to mass unemployment, growing precarity, global warming and the rights of nature. The time is right for alternative economics, for economics that is part of life, not a steamroller crushing creativity and self-determination.
The market is not self-healing or a panacea but a necessary and helpful instrument after political questions are answered: what kind of society do we want? How can public necessities remain public? How can people be active participative citizens and not mere cogs in the machine? How can nature be protected and nurtured and not trivialized as a free good, external or sink?
When released Stop Sucking at Work quickly went to #2 on Amazon's bestsellers list for Business Communication.
This book is unlike any other professional development book you will read. The teachings and lessons that you will expose to are based on decades of experience both from myself and other well-seasoned managers. The goal is to make employees more self-aware of not only their actions but their managers actions to identify potential issues you need to know to be successful. The book is complemented with key takeaways, action steps, and award-winning book recommendations at the end of each chapter to reinforce what was covered.
The time is right for alternative economics, reducing working hours, redefining state and market and reenvisioning work, security, health and stregnth. More and more work is done by fewer and fewer people. In Germany, the GDP rose 300% in 50 years with 20% fewer workers.
216 pages, $3.99 for the eBook
Anthology of Swiss, Austrian, Polish and German critical economists who could show us the way to a future-friendly economy. Mainstream trickle-down economics has no answer to exploding inequality and precarious work.
Mainstream neoliberal economics has no answer to exploding inequality and destruction of nature.
Austrian, Swiss, Polish and German critical economists could show us the way to a future-friendly economics respectful of human nature and the rights of nature.
As it pertains to existing leadership principles and strategies that are taught to achieve the stated desired outcomes for the front-line, mid-level and senior-level workforce, did you know?:
“Leadership With A Servant’s Heart” is written to expose front-line, mid-level and senior-level leaders of small, medium and large organizations, and churches, to practical and proven leadership principles, strategies, facts and real-time examples with the sole purpose of creating a new and dynamic cadre of leaders. Through the subtitle for book #1 – Leading through Personal Relationships – the principle goal is to teach, coach, mentor and share the concepts of leading others by valuing and caring for them. While it is true that “Many will not remember what you say, but most will remember how you make them feel,” the readers of this book will learn the truth of this emotion and how to effect change in their respective leadership styles. When leaders value and care for those that they are entrusted to lead, their influence increases exponentially.
“Leadership With A Servant’s Heart” is systematically divided into three parts, three chapters each for a total of nine chapters, to emphasize the core characteristics of a servant leader – serving, inspiring and leading:
Part I - The Key to Servant Leadership: Serving Others
Part II - The Goal of Servant Leadership: Inspiring Others
Part III - The Result of Servant Leadership: Leading Others