Discover how easy it can be to learn new skills, overcome bad habits and improve performance. Find out how to conquer the primary obstacles to improvement, how to move outside your comfort zone and how to turn your ambitions into realities. 328 pp.
This book argues that economics can be a genuine form of religion, and that it should inform our understanding of the religious developments of our times. It situates the author's work in scholarly conversation with theology, economics and the allied social sciences. 436 pp.
This book guides readers along the path to a point where IQ meets EQ and quality of life results. When head and heart, skill and will, and strategic formula and emotional foundation merge, leaders can excel professionally and personally, and organizational cultures become more dynamic and productive. 168 pp.
On Fire at Work is a practical field guide that any organization can implement to build not just an engaged workforce, but a workforce that's on fire! 256 pp.
Offering practical guidance for editors and publishers, the author shows how newspapers can build community online and identifies new opportunities to generate revenue. 264 pp.
Profiles 101 job opportunities for ex-offenders who are uncertain what they want to do, can do and will do in the future, including 13 categories of occupations—from construction, maintenance and production to transportation, hospitality and sales—and examining each occupation in terms of employment outlook, nature of work, working conditions, education requirements and expected earnings. 139 pp.
S. A. Eberwein breaks down everything you need to know in executing your job search, offering background and advice ranging from early-stage preparation to core execution strategies and featuring original advice on job-search strategy, résumé writing and interviews. 184 pp.
In a long-overdue book, the author exposes the complaints that have the most destructive effects on Americans and, by extension, on America today. First, he helps us understand the damage we have done to ourselves, our relationships, kids, careers and our country by misunderstanding what "the pursuit of happiness" really means, failing to differentiate wants from needs, and externalizing blame for our own failures. 240 pp.
Presents complex understandings of economics in practical terms, explaining what people can do right now, in their own communities, to make a difference. 264 pp.
An award-winning title by former chief Xbox officer and president of Microsoft presents effective strategies to address difficult business and community issues. "Publishers Weekly" calls it, "Entertaining and refreshingly honest [with] useful business tips and [a] frank, suspenseful narrative." 232 pp.