Join entrepreneur Ben Alexander in We Twist for Tips as he reflects on some of the greatest life lessons he learned on the journey to build a national business. In his story of trial and error, Ben takes readers on adventures from the quiet farms of New Jersey all the way to the busy streets of Taipei, showing that growth, progress and self-improvement can happen anywhere at any age. This book will keep you on your toes and inspire you no matter how young or how old you happen to be. Happy Twisting!
Are you thinking about opening a small business but not sure where to begin? If you answered yes, then this book can help (at least from an accounting standpoint). This book presents a sample accounting system proposal for a small business startup and also covers some planning considerations from an accounting perspective. Hopefully, it will help you plan a successful new venture!
Jobs Search Tips & Techniques: A Practical Guide to Finding a Job is a helpful resource for anyone searching for a new job. Whether a person is a recent college graduate, mid-career looking to move up, or towards the end of their career, or unemployed, or those considering going into business for themselves, will all benefit from the information in the book. Covering all aspects of the job search process including self-assessment, determination of work desires and dreams, development of the appropriate resumes and cover letters, networking, interviewing, and negotiation/acceptance of an offer. From planning and organization to time management, networking, working with recruiters, interview preparation and questions, references, and thank you letters, to considerations of working for yourself, the book has everything a job seeker needs.
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to launch and run a successful business venture.
This book is the perfect cure for feeling old. It offers a fresh take on aging with a lot of practical advice. There are suggestions and solutions to avoid behaviors that may make you appear older than your chronological age. Written by a highly qualified adviser in a common-sense style, this book is a resource and a must-read for anyone with an aging partner or relative. Most middle-aged peple hate getting older. This book makes suggestions for meeting the challenges of aging. Part I draws attention to negative habits and behaviors that may develop as one ages. Each chapter contains suggestions on making positive changes. Part II raises more serious concerns and gives examples of how getting older may bring freedom from certain preoccupations. At minimum, this book provides ideas to consider whether you are a boomer or a pre-boomer. And if you are a youthful fifty-plus-year-old, you may want to read this book for more insight into the behavior of your older partner, parent or relative.
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