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“Bold and original.” —Daniel Kahneman, PhD, bestselling author of Thinking Fast and Slow
There are a slew of books on the market dictating programs for achieving happiness, but Happiness by Design is the first to explain that happiness ultimately depends upon our experience of pleasure and purpose over time—and everyone has their own optimal balance. Combining the latest insights from economics and psychology, renowned behavior expert Paul Dolan, PhD, shows readers how to integrate his ground–breaking paradigm into a practical plan for deciding, designing, and doing the things that bring them true happiness.
The Storyteller’s Secret: From Ted Speakers to Business Legends, Why Some Ideas Catch on and Others Don’t Paperback – February 25, 2016 by Carmine Gallo (Author)0 out of 5
Business In Blue Jeans: How To Have A Successful Business On Your Own Terms, In Your Own Style0 out of 5
The Heart-Led Leader: How Living and Leading from the Heart Will Change Your Organization and Your Life Hardcover – October 6, 20150 out of 5
A Passion for Leadership: Lessons on Change and Reform from Fifty Years of Public Service Hardcover – Deckle Edge, January 19, 20160 out of 5
Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t0 out of 5
Under New Management: How Leading Organisations Are Upending Business as Usual Paperback – March 24, 2016 by David Burkus (Author)0 out of 5
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! Mass Market Paperback – August 16, 20110 out of 5
Jumpstart Your Business: 10 Jolts to Ignite Your Entrepreneurial Spirit0 out of 5
A Quick Start Guide to Cloud Computing: Moving Your Business into the Cloud (New Tools for Business)0 out of 5
The latest jargon in the digital world, “cloud computing” leaves many small-business owners scratching their heads. At its simplest, cloud computing enables businesses to do away with servers and much of their other IT hardware by running their software online. Web-based email programs like Yahoo or Hotmail are examples of cloud-based applications; Microsoft is making its entire Office suite available free in the cloud; Google and others also have productivity suites in the cloud.
Dr. Williams eschews the jargon and marketing hype generated by IT vendors and helps business owners think clearly about how cloud computing could help improve their business. He addresses fears related to data security and business continuity and also examines how cloud computing can impact a business’s carbon footprint. Case studies explain how businesses such as Dell and The New York Times have used cloud computing to their advantage.
Crash Course: Money Smarts: 15 Laws of Managing Money and Creating Wealth (Crash Course (J. Countryman))0 out of 5