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A Beginner's Guide to The Essentials of Investing By Matthew Freye
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While there have been many books written on investing, few present the basic concepts in an easily understandable way. We all know that investing is important for our futures—after all,... More > we’ll need to enjoy our years of retirement. Yet, most people don’t understand the basics of what their investments do and how they can get the most out of their invested dollars. If you’ve ever heard the terms asset allocation, IRA rollover, or stock investing and thought, “No. I don’t get it,” this is the book for you. With clear explanations and stunning illustrations, A Beginner’s Guide to the Essentials of Investing clears up all the confusion and presents investing in a straightforward and uncomplicated light.< Less
Forget the Business Plan Use This Short Model By Tiisetso Maloma
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After reading this book, by referring to single page canvas of this model, you will be able to swiftly start, plan or brainstorm your entrepreneurship project. This model, unlike a business plan,... More > readily reminds you of essential business components to concentrate on; it is diagnostic, responsive and agile. This book is about an entrepreneurship management tool or business model called EBC Business Model Canvas. EBC stands for Essential Business Components. This book is makes entrepreneurship uncomplicated, efficient to understand and manage. The book thoroughly explains 6 interdependent essential business components of this model: 4 core technical components and 2 that deal with the entrepreneur’s attitude, health, decision making swiftness and persistence. It’s makes things easier for entrepreneurs by keeping the main things main.< Less
PRINCE2 In Plain English:A guide to the project management method in simple terms By Steve Tofts
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PRINCE2® in Plain English, a guide to the project management method in simple terms.” PRINCE2 is firmly established as the world’s most popular project management method. It’s... More > used to deliver successful projects in all industry sectors. “PRINCE2 in Plain English”, is an uncomplicated and readable companion to the official manual, “Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2”. It’s written in language that cuts through the jargon, and includes six practical case studies that demonstrate how the method can be adapted to different types of project. The book covers all of the essential elements of PRINCE2 but, at 138 pages, is much shorter than the official manual. It’s illustrated by 39 clear, logical diagrams. The 3rd edition has been completely updated to reflect the changes to PRINCE2 2017, and includes new chapters on using PRINCE2 in agile and programme environments. It has been awarded the crystal bookmark by the Plain English Campaign.< Less
The Amazing Circus Freak Show & Invisible Exile Review By Cub McCallister
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Pierre Saint Croix is a simple man, living in one of the most complex cities in the world: Las Vegas. Living a self-imposed exile, and running from his past crimes, he strives to keep his life... More > uncomplicated, basically becoming invisible in society. Of course, this is not an easy task, especially with the outrageous characters in his life, like Fernando Cueto, an ex-professional athlete who still loves the spotlight, or Nalani Nihipali, a woman desperately searching for Prince Charming in all the wrong places, or the enigmatic Agdistis, who can only be described as living piece of art. Although Pierre deals with these wild and outlandish aspects, shades of his sordid and criminal past have begun to creep back into his life, making him realize that even a single loose thread can completely unravel a lifelong tapestry. Laughter and tears, thrills and frights, cheers and redemption await all who want to see the best show in town. So come one, come all, to The Amazing Circus Freak Show & Invisible Exile Review!< Less
The Hardly Boys By Tunder Ramsnips
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The Hardly Boys: Volume 1 is a collection of short story mysteries set in the early 1980s in Asheville, North Carolina, with two eleven-year-old boys, Tunder and Mark, as would-be detectives.... More > Combining 80s nostalgia with Maxwell Smart antics, the two boys "solve" 12 mysteries—from busting up a diabolical gang of jewel thieves to outwitting Scottish serial killers—causing havoc along the way, and by doing so convince themselves that they're every bit as talented as the Hardy Boys they've read about, characters created by Franklin W. Dixon. Tunder narrates each story as an adult writing his older sister, and it's apparent that he's never outgrown his smugness, conceit or naïveté. With the southern dialect, banter and charm of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, The Hardly Boys: Volume 1 will entertain adults and teenagers who enjoy southern satire and the uncomplicated bonds of childhood best friends.< Less
The Hardly Boys By Tunder Ramsnips
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The Hardly Boys: Volume 1 is a collection of short story mysteries set in the early 1980s in Asheville, North Carolina, with two eleven-year-old boys, Tunder and Mark, as would-be detectives.... More > Combining 80s nostalgia with Maxwell Smart antics, the two boys "solve" 12 mysteries—from busting up a diabolical gang of jewel thieves to outwitting Scottish serial killers—causing havoc along the way, and by doing so convince themselves that they're every bit as talented as the Hardy Boys they've read about, characters created by Franklin W. Dixon. Tunder narrates each story as an adult writing his older sister, and it's apparent that he's never outgrown his smugness, conceit or naïveté. With the southern dialect, banter and charm of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, The Hardly Boys: Volume 1 will entertain adults and teenagers who enjoy southern satire and the uncomplicated bonds of childhood best friends.< Less
The Amazing Circus Freak Show & Invisible Exile Review By Cub McCallister
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Pierre Saint Croix is a simple man, living in one of the most complex cities in the world: Las Vegas. Living a self-imposed exile, and running from his past crimes, he strives to keep his life... More > uncomplicated, basically becoming invisible in society. Of course, this is not an easy task, especially with the outrageous characters in his life, like Fernando Cueto, an ex-professional athlete who still loves the spotlight, or Nalani Nihipali, a woman desperately searching for Prince Charming in all the wrong places, or the enigmatic Agdistis, who can only be described as living piece of art. Although Pierre deals with these wild and outlandish aspects, shades of his sordid and criminal past have begun to creep back into his life, making him realize that even a single loose thread can completely unravel a lifelong tapestry. Laughter and tears, thrills and frights, cheers and redemption await all who want to see the best show in town. So come one, come all, to The Amazing Circus Freak Show & Invisible Exile Review!< Less
And You Will Find By Cleo-Maiara Pryce
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Set in the last half of the 21st century this novella takes place on a planet earth that has seen its 3rd, final and perhaps most redefining war. When Myth, Folklore and Ghost stories turn out to be... More > fact not fiction, the rise of tensions and political fear results in an inevitable battle. Justin Beaucroft and Gina Shalit have little in common; they both do however know what it is to lose loved ones because of the war. Running to get away from the lives they no longer want but for very different reasons, their journeys intersect on a small island with an even smaller population. A shipping hub where people come and go but almost never stay they both do, managing to hold down mediocre jobs, even making a few friends. Throwing themselves into work they lead an uncomplicated life, but soon realize that they can’t run from their pasts, fears or each other for that matter. In time she helps him get over his guilt, he helps her to learn to let someone in again but most importantly they help each other to move on.< Less
The “People Power” Love-Lust Superbook Book 4. Love Confusion, Love Failure, Feel Lonely, Crave Intimacy, Love Problems, Anger, Talk, Therapy, Adultery, Cheating, Breaking Up, Relationships End By Tony Kelbrat
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Sex and love seem to be our highest needs in life. Most of us have a need for affection, close physical contact, the sense that you can talk to someone freely without fear of being judged and the... More > sense that you share a special intimate, trusting loyal bond with another human being. Perhaps this is why pets are so popular. I believe that most of us show more love to our pets than to real live human beings because it's so much simpler and more uncomplicated than dealing with the fickle emotions of people in general. People are tough, pets are easy. At least, this is what I've found after 50 years on the planet. Even though most of want love or think we want it, a lot of us will not get the true love we really want in life for a lot of different reasons, either because we're not pretty enough, not kind enough, sensitive enough, loving enough, wealthy enough, tall enough, skinny enough, we don't socialize much< Less
Pearls My Mother Wore By Terry Sue Harms
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“Pearls My Mother Wore” is about loss and recovery, resentment and forgiveness. The novel opens on the day that forty-three-year-old “nice girl” Kelly Tremblake buries the... More > ashes of her forty-two-year-old husband, Grayson. Devastated by his sudden and unexpected death, Kelly finds the sweet, uncomplicated life she has intentionally crafted for herself screeching to a halt. As she pulls increasingly inward in response to this psychic blow, what she finds is complicated and decades old. Compounding the agony of her loss and the flood of memories is the sudden and unexpected arrival of Grayson’s twenty-three-year-old “bad-boy” nephew, Mitchell. Kelly can not stand this young man for a number of reasons, chief among them the fact that years earlier he stole a pearl necklace and earring set that had belonged to her deceased mother. This combination of events throws Kelly into a spiral of grief, bitter resentment, paranoia, and despair. To find relief, she must get those pearls back.< Less

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