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Why “A” Students Work for “C” Students

Why “A” Students Work for “C” Students

by Robert T. Kiyosaki
318 Pages · 2013 · 36.3 MB · 5 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Lean In for Graduates
by Sheryl Sandberg
432 Pages · 2014 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Lean In for Graduates is the job cracking, career guide, and career development book that offers tips and techniques for graduate students. Sheryl Sandberg is the author of this outstanding book. She is the bestselling author in the New York Times. Sheryl helped thousands of people to transform their life. Today we are living in a competitive world where a number of people are waiting to achieve their goals. This book is equally important for everyone both men and women. We all wanted to become successful in our life but the only people who achieve success are the one who pays for the due. Success takes hard work and dedication from the people. If you are willing to do this then nobody can stop you from winning. It contains practical lessons and techniques that take the reader step by step to take lethal actions. After graduation, most of the students are in stress to make their careers. The majority of them did not want to do the jobs that they got. They are insecure and they did not know how to optimize their talent according to their job. All this and much more you will find out in this book.
Stacked
by Karen Gurney
346 Pages · 2016 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Stacked is the counseling, vocational guidance, and career development book that offers best practices to land your dream job. Karen Gurney is the author of this impressive book. This guide will show you how to become a master of your career and land a dream job. Learn how to write your CV that brings a call and have an interview. What is the best way to give an interview at the office? What to say and what not to say when you are new at a job? How to communicate with your boss and what are the secrets to win the trust of everybody around you. How to tap into to unadvertised jobs that are hidden in the market. What is the best way to get calls for a job without wasting time? What is the best way to communicate with your boss and ask for the salary? Discover the best way to ask for a promotion and get the promotion that you needed. What to do when you are not feeling fulfilling in the current job? How to search for a new job and what makes your current job lookalike dream job. This book is effective, efficient, and concise that follows easy steps for the newbies to land any kind of job.
Tools and Weapons
by Brad Smith
368 Pages · 2019 · 3  MB · 2 Downloads · New!
Tools and Weapons is the engineering, social aspects of technology and media book which describes the future of humanity in the light of technology. Brad Smith and Coral Ann Browne are the authors of this tremendous book. Brad is the bestselling author in the New York Times. He is the Microsoft president, where Brad leads the team of over 1400 business, corporate and legal affairs which is expended in fifty-six different countries. Brad leads the company from the front and deals with critical issues. Microsoft played an important role to introduce the world with modern technology. Brad has one simple belief that when your technology changed the world then you have the responsibility to utilize it for the benefits of humanity. The technology has changed the world from the last few years and Artificial Intelligence in one of it. AI helps the companies and governments to perform the task in an efficient way. But it becomes destructive technology when we used it in the weapons. We should take the initiative to protect the world from cyberwar and cybercrime. Today social media is the big source of spreading news and information but it becomes dangerous when you spread the fake news. It is an interesting book to read for everyone.
The Man Behind the Microchip
by Leslie Berlin
None Pages · None · · 0 Downloads · New!
Hailed as the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford of Silicon Valley, Robert Noyce was a brilliant inventor, a leading entrepreneur, and a daring risk taker who piloted his own jets and skied mountains accessible only by helicopter. Now, in The Man Behind the Microchip, Leslie Berlin captures not only this colorful individual but also the vibrant interplay of technology, business, money, politics, and culture that defines Silicon Valley.Here is the life of a high-tech industry giant. The co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel, Noyce co-invented the integrated circuit, the electronic heart of every modern computer, automobile, cellular telephone, advanced weapon, and video game. With access to never-before-seen documents, Berlin paints a fascinating portrait of Noyce: an ambitious and intensely competitive multimillionaire who exuded a "just folks" sort of charm, a Midwestern preacher's son who rejected organized religion but would counsel his employees to "go off and do something wonderful," a man who never looked back and sometimes paid a price for it. In addition, this vivid narrative sheds light on Noyce's friends and associates, including some of the best-known managers, venture capitalists, and creative minds in Silicon Valley. Berlin draws upon interviews with dozens of key players in modern American business--including Andy Grove, Steve Jobs, Gordon Moore, and Warren Buffett; their recollections of Noyce give readers a privileged, first-hand look inside the dynamic world of high-tech entrepreneurship.A modern American success story, The Man Behind the Microchip illuminates the triumphs and setbacks of one of the most important inventors and entrepreneurs of our time.
The Inmates Are Running the Asylum
by Alan Cooper
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Imagine, at a terrifyingly aggressive rate, everything you regularly use is being equipped with computer technology. Think about your phone, cameras, cars-everything-being automated and programmed by people who in their rush to accept the many benefits of the silicon chip, have abdicated their responsibility to make these products easy to use. The Inmates Are Running the Asylum argues that the business executives who make the decisions to develop these products are not the ones in control of the technology used to create them. Insightful and entertaining, The Inmates Are Running the Asylum uses the author's experiences in corporate America to illustrate how talented people continuously design bad software-based products and why we need technology to work the way average people think. Somewhere out there is a happy medium that makes these types of products both user and bottom-line friendly; this book discusses why we need to quickly find that medium.
So Good They Can’t Ignore You
by Cal Newport
304 Pages · 2012 · 912 KB · 10 Downloads · New!
“So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love” is a must-read book for everyone who wants to improve his lifestyle in any field.  Cal Newport is the guy behind this self-development book. He is a writer and an assistant professor of computer science at Georgetown University. In this book, Cal has discussed all “Passion”. He debunks the long-held belief that “follow your passion” is good advice.  Not only is the cliché flawed-preexisting passions are rare and have little to do with how most people end up loving their work-but it can also be dangerous, leading to anxiety and chronic job hopping. It provides an evidence-based blueprint for creating work you love. There are many golden advises in the book on life, relationship, job, career, and study. It emphasizes following the passion. The book is extremely well-written and engaging throughout. In short, if you really want to get improvements in your lifestyle then must-read this book. You can also Download The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be PDF.