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Starting a Digital Media Business: A Guide for Digital Media Entrepreneurs By Cultural Human Resources Council, Lynda Brown
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This handy, practical resource can save you time, money and frustration. With the assurance that there is no better time to be an entrepreneur, especially in the digital media industry,... More > "Starting a Digital Media Business" guides you through the thinking and steps of that exciting undertaking. Written by Lynda Brown, who has years of experience in the DM industry starting her own business and coaching others along that path, this latest CHRC offering is landing right where the need is greatest: among the start-ups that feed the multi-billion dollar industry at the heart of Canada's digital economy.< Less
The Entrepreneurs Guide To Focus By Zahid Ameer
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How To Drive Distractions Away And Take Back Your Business Success! Get This Guide To Get More Focus! Once you learn to focus, you will value the smaller things in life. This means that you will... More > become more effective in handling things that life offers you. You will only spend time on things that matters, controlling wasted time on things that have only caused economic, societal, and individual problems. You will learn more about focus, identifying things that matters, and valuing simplicity in order to improve your life. By focusing on small things first, you'll be surprised to learn that you're doing a lot for your life. In this useful guide you'll learn about + The Importance of Stepping Back + How to Avoid Distractions + How to Simplify Everything + Pursuing Single Tasks and Improving Productivity + How People with Various Roles Can Focus + How Different People Can Focus + How to Change Office Culture + And so much more...< Less
Spotting the Trend: An Entrepreneur’s Success Story By Jenny Chang
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When Jenny Chang teamed up with her husband and sister to start an Internet security company, she struggled with juggling a new business, family life, and the demands of traveling. But Trend Micro,... More > Inc.— founded in 1988 with $5,000 in seed money—grew into a Nikkei 225 company making more than $1 billion per year in revenue and with operations in more than twenty countries. In this business book/memoir, she looks back at how she and her partners capitalized on the global threat of cyber-crime, turning a fledgling company into an amazing growth story. Chang does much more than just revisit the company’s history: She shares the story of the three founders and their vision, and she reveals all the details behind how they transformed the security industry—and their own lives—in ways they never imagined.< Less
Spotting the Trend: An Entrepreneur’s Success Story By Jenny Chang
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When Jenny Chang teamed up with her husband and sister to start an Internet security company, she struggled with juggling a new business, family life, and the demands of traveling. But Trend Micro,... More > Inc.— founded in 1988 with $5,000 in seed money—grew into a Nikkei 225 company making more than $1 billion per year in revenue and with operations in more than twenty countries. In this business book/memoir, she looks back at how she and her partners capitalized on the global threat of cyber-crime, turning a fledgling company into an amazing growth story. Chang does much more than just revisit the company’s history: She shares the story of the three founders and their vision, and she reveals all the details behind how they transformed the security industry—and their own lives—in ways they never imagined.< Less
Spotting the Trend: An Entrepreneur’s Success Story By Jenny Chang
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When Jenny Chang teamed up with her husband and sister to start an Internet security company, she struggled with juggling a new business, family life, and the demands of traveling. But Trend Micro,... More > Inc.— founded in 1988 with $5,000 in seed money—grew into a Nikkei 225 company making more than $1 billion per year in revenue and with operations in more than twenty countries. In this business book/memoir, she looks back at how she and her partners capitalized on the global threat of cyber-crime, turning a fledgling company into an amazing growth story. Chang does much more than just revisit the company’s history: She shares the story of the three founders and their vision, and she reveals all the details behind how they transformed the security industry—and their own lives—in ways they never imagined.< Less
COMPLEXITY ACROSS CULTURES By DFF INTERNATIONAL
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This basically illustrates the difficulties which Entrepreneurs encounter on their output in different cultures and abide by the principle of nature The Eco-System principles relates today's dynamic... More > bustle of resolving complexities in human life system, to the symbiotic lives of different consistent and mutually dependent of sustainability, harmony, and peace throughout the entire globe.< Less
Understanding Indian Culture & Bridging the Communication Gap By Subodh Gupta
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This is a practical book on Indians psychology, their culture and how to bridge the communication gap between India and the West. It is based on real life experiences and will help you to become... More > more effective while doing business with Indians. About the author: Mr Subodh Gupta born and brought up in India, has worked for about 12 years as an Entrepreneur, an Engineer, a guest professor to various MBA schools, a training consultant for The Times of India Group in India and about 3 years in the UK as a freelance trainer and consultant.< Less
Understanding Indian Culture & Bridging the Communication Gap By Subodh Gupta
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This is a practical book on Indians psychology, their culture and how to bridge the communication gap between India and the West. It is based on real life experiences and will help you to become... More > more effective while doing business with Indians. About the author: Mr Subodh Gupta born and brought up in India, has worked for about 12 years as an Entrepreneur, an Engineer, a guest professor to various MBA schools, a training consultant for The Times of India Group in India and about 3 years in the UK as a freelance trainer and consultant. < Less
Si tu veux faire rire le bon dieu, parle-lui de tes Plans. Parole d'Entrepreneur! By robert carrier
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Ce livre traite d’entreprenariat. Des propriétaires et des gestionnaires de PMEs reconnues parmi les meilleures dans l’est du Québec témoignent et livrent les secrets... More > de leur réussite. Il existe des mythes autour de ces femmes et de ces hommes qui ont réussi. On les croit des surhommes, ou on les imagine un peu mafioso. Le plus souvent, on ne sait rien d’eux. L’objectif de ce livre est de montrer qui ils sont vraiment à travers une série de portraits, d’anecdotes et d’histoires qu’ils nous racontent eux-mêmes. Ils n’ont pas de recettes, ce serait trop beau, puisque nous pourrions les imiter. «Ça se lit comme un roman». (Roger Langevin) «On sent que les entretiens avec les entrepreneurs ont beaucoup marqué l'auteur». (Patrick Hamelin) «Je ne changerais pas un mot à ces textes, ils disent vrai». (Marc Saint-Pierre)< Less
Si tu veux faire rire le bon dieu, parle-lui de tes Plans. Parole d'Entrepreneur! By robert carrier
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Ce livre traite d’entreprenariat. Des propriétaires et des gestionnaires de PMEs reconnues parmi les meilleures dans l’est du Québec témoignent et livrent les secrets... More > de leur réussite. Il existe des mythes autour de ces femmes et de ces hommes qui ont réussi. On les croit des surhommes, ou on les imagine un peu mafioso. Le plus souvent, on ne sait rien d’eux. L’objectif de ce livre est de montrer qui ils sont vraiment à travers une série de portraits, d’anecdotes et d’histoires qu’ils nous racontent eux-mêmes. Ils n’ont pas de recettes, ce serait trop beau, puisque nous pourrions les imiter. «Ça se lit comme un roman». (Roger Langevin) «On sent que les entretiens avec les entrepreneurs ont beaucoup marqué l'auteur». (Patrick Hamelin) «Je ne changerais pas un mot à ces textes, ils disent vrai». (Marc Saint-Pierre)< Less