Book Of The Week: The New Alpha

In sharp contrast to “old school” approaches to leadership, The New Alpha is all about becoming the best version of yourself, and using your power for good.

Book Of The Week – The Magnetic Leader: How Irresistible Leaders Attract Employees, Customers, And Profits

In The Magnetic Leader, the quality of a company’s leadership is the most important factor in attracting and retaining high-quality employees.

Getting Out Of Debt Joyfully

QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA – Simone Milasas believes we are taught to have unnecessary money problems. She says we can get out of debt and do it with joy.

Book Of The Week – Out Front: How Women Can Become Engaging, Memorable, And Fearless Speakers

Deborah Shames, a veteran speaker and master trainer, invites women to step up and be heard. “Out Front” is an operating manual with compelling anecdotes and applied performance techniques.

Book Of The Week – Impact With Wings

Our Book Of The Week, “Impact With Wings,” is a clarion call to activate new women angel investors. A must-read for women who want to support other women.

Book Of The Week – “Habit Changers: 81 Game-Changing Mantras to Mindfully Realize Your Goals”

Released on Sept. 20, “Habit Changers” will rewire your brain via daily recitation. Think Charles Duhigg meets Marshall Goldsmith meets Buddhism.

Book of the Week – Value As A Service

Value As A Service provides step-by-step insight for today’s business leaders on how they can better provide and measure the delivery of value to customers.

Book Of The Week – The Purpose Is Profit

“The Purpose is Profit” eliminates the mystery of becoming an entrepreneur. Check out the Book of the Week.

Book Of The Week – Emotional Edge

Our Book of the Week is coming from Crystal Andrus Morissette who has been a homeless teen, a survivor of abuse, a competitor for Miss Galaxy and more.

Shut Up And Do The Work: Entrepreneur Tells All In New Fiery Book

Step up to the plate and swing or shut up and do the work. Whatever metaphor you prefer, it’s time to stop making excuses for your lack of success.