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Bargaining for Advantage

Bargaining for Advantage

by G Richard Shell
304 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
300 Email Marketing Tips
by Meera Kothand
132 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
300 Email Marketing Tips is a digital research, internet culture, email marketing, and internet marketing book that shares useful tips and techniques to market your business through emails. Meera Kothand is the author of this stunning book. She is the bestselling author in the New York Times. We all wanted to grow our business and email marketing is one of them. The first thing that you need to write an email is to focus on a killer subject line. The subject line is very important to email marketing and it must be different from spamming websites. Make sure that your content in the email is shaped perfectly and you have something for the receivers. Follow a logical structure, add one important paragraph, and keep the paragraph shorts. Don’t be shy to use subheadings, bullets and break up blocks. Don’t try to shout at your audience and you should know what you are writing. Do not use the bossy style while writing emails. Choose the easy and right words that seem nice and easy to understand. Use psychology in email marketing and try to reach out to the minds of the readers. All this and much more you will find out in this guide.
Adolf Hitler
by John Toland
584 Pages · 2015 · 47.8 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Adolf Hitler: Vol. 1” It is indeed a lengthy book. But it’s easy to read and grasp. When you’ve finished it, you have an in-depth understanding of Hitler and his times. You envision the German people and why they were fascinated by him. John Toland is the author of this wonderful book.  John Toland’s investigation into Hitler’s life before and after the rise and fall of Nazi Germany gives the reader an intimate look into what forces guided his beliefs and values. Before Hitler became one of the evilest men in history he dreamed of Europe being racially pure and was at one time wanted to become a professional painter or architect. His vision for Germany would begin to develop after World War 1. Hitler would believe that the Jewish people were at fault for the chaos of the defeat of Germany and the signing of the Armistice agreement. Hitler was a man who did everything in his power to did the world of the Jewish community in Europe and stopped at nothing to rise to power to make his twisted and evil scheme happen.
Avoiding Data Pitfalls
by Ben Jones
272 Pages · 2019 · 73  MB · 3,729 Downloads · New!
Avoiding Data Pitfalls is the communication skills, running meetings, presentations and business communication book which tells the secrets to master data visualization. Ben Jones is the author of this superb book. This is an amazing book that offers insightful ways to avoid data blunders and master the data visualizations. It is the best handbook for that professional who deals with data. This book brings an opportunity to make your strong grip in the presentation, data analysis, and visualization. There is a number of books that briefly explain how to handle data but they are not efficient. Learn what data really is and what are techniques to master data? It takes the reader step by step to process data visualization which also includes analysis and calculations.
by H. R. McMaster
560 Pages · 2015 · 21 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Battlegrounds: The Fight to Defend the Free World” is an amazing and wonderful historical book that tells us the decline of America by various Presidents and tells us how American foreign policy was misused and how much it harmed the country. This informative book is written by H. R. McMaster. He served as Lt. General and National Security Advisor in the U.S for many years and written books on foreign policy and its importance and misconception in America at the start of the Cold War. In this book, the author tells us the place of America as a superpower and the flaws that are seen behind this fact. Here the author told us the reassessment of America and renewing its policies especially foreign policy. The book enlightens that besides being a developed country and a superpower the change of governments during the last few years had resulted in the decline of the country. The book tells us that one can understand a system until he or she is the part of that system and from outside, everything looks graceful but it may or may not be. So, he says that no one can talk on the presidential system of America more than the author who served as a National Security Advisor and Army officer. In a conclusion, the book is highly informative, knowledge-giving, and interesting for the readers who have an interest in leadership and politics. You may also like to download Dear Madam President by Jennifer Palmieri
Beyond Reason
by Roger Fisher
256 Pages · 2005 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Beyond Reason are communication skills, negotiation, emotions, and self-help book that guides people to understand the importance of emotions during negotiation. Roger Fisher and Daniel Shapiro the author of this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. This is one of the most amazing books that tell people how to win deals and negotiate with people like a boss. This book teaches people how to communicate with others and get everything from them that you are willing to do. Emotions play a key role in negotiating and Roger shows people how to trigger the emotions of others to get what you wanted. People can use emotions as a tool to win deals and now you have to master this art. Today success depends on communication skills and one big deal can decide your future. There are plenty of books on the planet that tells people how to communicate with people but this book is different. It contains practical tools, strategies, and case studies that will help you to get what you wanted. This book takes the reader step by step until or unless you become the master of winning communication.
Building a StoryBrand
by Donald Miller
256 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen”  teaches about a Brand and how to Make pure customers with different techniques in the market. Donald Miller is the author of this book. He is the best-selling author and the CEO of StoryBrand. He helps more than 3 thousands business leaders to clarify their brands and ideas. Donald considered is one of the most entertaining and informative speakers in the world. Donald Miller uses the seven universal elements of powerful stories to teach a businessman how they connect with customers and grow their businesses. This is an insightful book, especially for a new businessman. He explains how to talk with the customers, revealing the secret for helping their customers and understand the compelling benefits of using their products ideas or services. Donald writes some points for the businessman like focus on the customer and fully understand the market, start with a small and grow, understand your own strengths, skills and time available, and write a business plan. All in all, Donald Miller explains the ideas of being a successful businessman, so I highly recommended this book for new and old businessman.