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The Social (Media) Side of Your Small Business By Kenniston Lord
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This book is not technical. It is an exploration of the features and capabilities of social media as it can be applied to the 21st Century small business. The fact is that the small business today... More > must use social media as a means to conduct business both near and far. It's communication far beyond the telephone and the citizen's band radio. It's the ability to advertise at lightning speed in the far reaches of the world. It's the ability to conduct commerce. It's where your customers will find you. But it isn't something that comes easy. It takes technical knowledge to make it happen; it's not a DIY project. But there are so many options that spending a little time in this book will help you to clarify the directions you wish to take in entering your business into the world of social commerce. You need to remember these things: it's very "loud" advertising for much less than you used to pay. It's the place today where your customer will find you and your services.< Less
A Time To Plan By Nancy S. Smith
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These are the notes of a presentation given by Mrs. Nancy S. Smith, wife of the Pastor of the Buckley Road Baptist Church to a meeting of pastors' wives at the 2012 Church Planters conference.
A Time To Plan By Nancy S. Smith
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These are the notes of a presentation given by Mrs. Nancy S. Smith, wife of the Pastor of the Buckley Road Baptist Church to a meeting of pastors' wives at the 2012 Church Planters conference.
Sospan Fach: The Saga of the Little Saucepan--Australia/New Zealand Edition By Kenniston Lord
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Four people with no sailing experience leave Auckland, NZ, on an amateur-built yacht to Australia, planning to sail three days north and turn left. The boat has no motor, radio, extra sails, or... More > instrumentation. The skipper has a small compass and a toy sextant on which he has no training. There are a one-person lifeboat, one life preserver, and provisions for three weeks. They are stranded for six weeks on Middleton Reef before rescue, while passengers considered mutiny. The vessel runs aground on Middleton Reef, 800 miles off course, the site of many prior shipwrecks. Within walking distance is a wrecked Japanese fishing trawler, the Fuku Maru #7, where they reside for six weeks, struggling to stay fed and healthy, and dealing with interpersonal relations problems. The skipper appears mad, attempting to keep the others from eating the available food and suggesting he is capable of murder. The three discuss mutiny. The Sospan Fach breaks up and cocaine powder floats in the bilge water.< Less
The Broken Rose By Ken Lord
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Gus murders Rose and runs to Russia. What were they doing in Alaska in the second decade of the 20th Century? Gus Priesner is a coal miner from the Ruhr Valley. A Prussian who served in the... More > Kaiser’s Navy in 1900, he goes to Canada prior to World War I. Enroute to the Klondike, he meets a Boer War veteran, changes direction, and becomes a copper miner in the Alaskan wilderness. A strike at the mine changes his focus, and he becomes a druggist, dispensing medicinal alcohol during Prohibition. Rose Silberg is a Long Island socialite who resolves to find her fortune in the wide-open town of McCarthy Alaska, near the Kennecott Copper Company’s mine. She does, and becomes the most expensive madam in the Alaskan Territory. Rose and Gus are thrown together by an influenza quarantine in 1918. He needs her money for an expensive shipment. She needs her money to “go home” to Long Island. The lifting of the quarantine brings the situation to a head. Gus runs to Russia. This story tells what happened to McCarthy Rose.< Less
The Pirates of Peary Village By Kenniston Lord
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Full sized format. Someone is stealing Khristopher (Kit) Lang’s newspapers! The State of Maine after World War II. Kit is working for his family after Kit’s father loses his defense job.... More > The story begins in 1940 in the City of Brewer, Maine and traces Kit’s family to Portland as the country prepares for WWII. Kit’s father finds work in the shipyards where Liberty Ships are built. Angus McNutt is a janitor from Boston who lived through the stock market crash of 1929 by denying himself luxuries and keeping his money out of banks. Lenore Cash is the widow of a poultry farmer, She owns property on which the government wishes to build a housing project for shipyard workers. On this land, Peary Village is constructed. And on his paper route in Peary village, someone is stealing Kit’s newspapers. Kit is advised by the Guy Gannet Publishing Company, whose papers he delivers, that the situation must be rectified. When he does, he uncovers some serious criminal activity in the village.< Less
Sospan Fach: The Saga of the Little Saucepan--North American Edition By Ken Lord
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Four people with no sailing experience leave Auckland, NZ, on an amateur-built yacht to Australia, planning to sail three days north and turn left. The boat has no motor, radio, extra sails, or... More > instrumentation. The skipper has a small compass and a toy sextant on which he has no training. There are a one-person lifeboat, one life preserver, and provisions for three weeks. They are stranded for six weeks on Middleton Reef before rescue, while passengers considered mutiny. The vessel runs aground on Middleton Reef, 800 miles off course, the site of many prior shipwrecks. Within walking distance is a wrecked Japanese fishing trawler, the Fuku Maru #7, where they reside for six weeks, struggling to stay fed and healthy, and dealing with interpersonal relations problems. Philip develops courage. Georgina finds her voice. Colleen continues to whine. The skipper appears mad, attempting to keep the others from eating the available food and suggesting he is capable of murder. The three discuss mutiny.< Less
MLM: The Royal Treatment By Ken Lord
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MLM: The Royal Treatment is an extensive and comprehensive course in doing multi-level marketing the RIGHT way. It does not suggest a lead to quick riches; it leads to success. The author took what... More > he learned in building a large MLM business and has shared it here. Caution: it IS comprehensive. If what you want is "eight quick ways to make a million dollars," this book is not for you. Somebody has made you an offer you wonder if you can refuse. For some reasonable sum of money you have been invited to join, and you have decided to do so. This book will acquaint you with reality--if you wish to accomplish something significant, don't plan on sitting back and hoping the money rolls in. It doesn't happen that way. The investment you make to get involved is merely the first. Your investments will be in time, money, and yes, heartache. But if you see the reward, this is the way to do it right--the "no withdrawal" way.< Less
The Avon Business for Newbies By Kenniston Lord
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If you're a recent Avon recruit, you may--or may not--receive much training in sales and service technique. Ken Lord built an outstanding and successful Avon business and has shared here how to do... More > it. You'll learn that there's more to business than just selling product. You'll learn how to expand your sales to the point that your Avon business can become your vocation, not merely your avocation. Success is much more than dollar signs. Avon can give you a career. Ken tells you how to build and large and successful Avon business. And what's here is good for anyone in a home-based business.< Less
The Representative By Kenniston Lord
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Audrey Tibbetts is an outstanding business leader operating a home-based business with several hundred members in her downline. She began her career in misery, but with the involvement of an... More > outstanding mentor, Prescott Garrett, she emerges as a happy, successful businesswoman in an MLM effort. She faces crises common to a new mother and an intransigent spouse. She is unable to provide for her family when her husband is laid up and unable to work. With a desire to attend school, she divorces, raises her work hours, taps a waiting scholarship, and begins a business from her home. Her employer puts her together with Prescott. He lays down challenge after challenge that cause her to face her fears, timidly put herself “out there,” and experience a little success. It becomes a much larger success, until she ultimately is faced with having to forgo her full-time employment in favor of her stay-at-home business.< Less