Make More, Worry Less: Secrets from 18 Extraordinary People Who Created a Bigger Income and a Better Life
Make More. Worry Less. Everyone wants to do that–but how? And how can you do it within the organization, where most people will spend their entire working lives? This book has the answers. No academic theory here: Make More, Worry Less brings together 18 riveting stories from people who’ve achieved both of these goals, gaining surprising wealth and real peace of mind along the way.
The Rules of Work, Expanded Edition: A Definitive Code for Personal Success (2nd Edition) (Richard Templar’s Rules)
Some people are simply great at their job. They always seem to say the right thing; do the right thing. They are mentioned in every conversation. Everybody likes them. They get promoted. They get pay raises. They get along with the boss. And somehow, they do all these things without being unpleasant, breaking much of a sweat or seeming to put in excess effort. And when they are offered another step up the corporate ladder or a fabulous new job, no one is surprised. After all, they have ‘potential’ written all over them. How do they do it? Do they know some secret we don’t? Yes, they know The Rules of Work.
In the Line of Fire: How to Handle Tough Questions…When It Counts
Jerry Weissman has made a career of coaching nearly 500 execs on their IPO roadshows, the most critical presentations of their lives. Now, he’s written an indispensable guide to answering the toughest questions you’ll ever face. Using compelling examples from Presidential debates to stock analyst meetings, Weissman teaches how to respond with perfect assurance. Discover how to avoid the defensive, evasive, or contentious answers that have destroyed political careers and ruin credibility. Learn to control your entire exchange with a hostile questioner: the question, answer, interactions with questioner and audience, timing, and above all, yourself.
Quit Your Rotten Job…And Do Something Fun and Profitable Instead: Quick and Easy Ways To Make Real Money from Home
Life is too short not to spending it doing a job you really enjoy. Every day you spend in a job you hate is another chunk of your life gone down the toilet. Do you really want to spend the next ten, twenty, thirty years or more praying for the weekend to come? And then when Sunday evening rolls around faster than you thought possible, start dreading the approaching Monday morning?