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Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success

Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success by Dan Schawbel is a comprehensive guide that offers valuable insights and practical advice on building a personal brand in the digital age. Schawbel, an expert in personal branding and career development, provides readers with a step-by-step approach to leveraging social media, networking, and self-promotion to establish a strong personal brand that aligns with their career goals.

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5 minutes

Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better

Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better by David Shipley and Will Schwalbe is a thought-provoking book that explores the common pitfalls and challenges of email communication. The authors shed light on why people often struggle to effectively convey their messages through email and provide practical advice on how to improve this essential form of communication.

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5 minutes

Good Grief

"Good Grief" by Granger E. Westberg is a compassionate and insightful guidebook that offers practical wisdom and emotional support to individuals navigating the challenging journey of grief. Drawing on his experience as a pastor, hospital chaplain, and grief counsellor, Westberg provides readers with a roadmap for coping with loss and finding healing in the midst of sorrow.

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4 minutes

Sweaty Palms: The Neglected Art of Being Interviewed

Sweaty Palms: The Neglected Art of Being Interviewed by H. Anthony Medley is a comprehensive guide to preparing for and succeeding in job interviews. The book covers a range of topics, from understanding the interview process to making a positive first impression, and provides practical advice on how to handle nerves, difficult interviewers, and tricky questions. 

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5 minutes

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't is a book by Jim Collins that explores the key factors that separate successful companies from those that struggle to achieve long-term success. Collins and his team of researchers studied a wide range of companies over a period of five years, analysing their financial performance and leadership practices to identify the characteristics that set the great companies apart.

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5 minutes

Excel: The Easiest Way to Master Microsoft Excel in 7 Days

"Excel: The Easiest Way to Master Microsoft Excel in 7 Days" authored by Leonard Webb is a comprehensive guide aimed at individuals seeking to quickly and efficiently acquire proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Webb's book is structured as a step-by-step program designed to guide readers through the essentials of Excel within a week, making it accessible to beginners and those looking to refresh their skills alike.

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4 minutes
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