by Alan Chan (Goodreads Author)
In his first book, The Critical Flaw: How to profit and protect wealth in history’s greatest opportunity, Dr. Alan P. Chan is using this Greenspan quote to assert his belief that the “critical flaw” presents a great investment opportunity.
Dr. Chan makes a very solid case that physical gold and silver, rather than traditional currency, will be part of an enormous wealth-‑transfer system and that those who recognize the potential shift will benefit.
With a straightforward, accessible writing style that conveys his obvious passion for the topic, Dr. Chan articulates important points of economic theory without becoming too abstract. He covers topics like inflation, quantitative easing, the “fiscal cliff,” and the global debt crisis with clarity and purpose.
As an experienced precious metals trader, the author has a unique perspective from the inside. In presenting research and evidence of money’s shaky foundation as an economic driver, Dr. Chan’s insight is enthralling.
Well-argued and ultimately quite persuasive, Dr. Chan’s comprehensive guide to precious-metals investment will spark discussion about current economic models and the gold standard’s return. When the next financial crisis hits, readers of The Critical Flaw will have all the information they need to be ready. [close]
by Erik Wahl
Somehow we’ve come to believe that creativity is reserved for the chosen few: the poets, the painters, the writers. The truth is creativity is in all of us and re-discovering it is the key to unlocking your fullest potential. Unthink is a book that pushes us beyond our traditional thought patterns.
Unthink is a book that will inspire everyone to realize that we are capable of so much more than we have pre-conditioned for. Creativity is not in one special place--and it is not in one special person. Creativity is everywhere and in everyone who has the courage to unleash their creative genius.
Learn more at TheArtofVision.com.
by Mitch Joel (Goodreads Author)
So, what are you going to do about it?
Mitch Joel, one of the world's leading experts in new media, warns that the time has come to CTRL ALT DELETE. To reboot and to start re-building your business model. If you don't, Joel warns, not only will your company begin to slide backwards, but you may find yourself unemployable within five years.
That's a very strong warning, but in his new book, CTRL ALT DELETE, Joel explains the convergence of five key movements that have changed business forever. The movements have already taken place, but few businesses have acted on them. He outlines what you need to know to adapt right now. He also points to the seven triggers that will help you take advantage of these game-changing factors to keep you employable as this new world of business unfolds.
Along the way, Joel introduces his novel concept of "squiggle" which explains how you can learn to adapt your personal approach to your career, as new technology becomes the norm.
In short, this is not a book about "change management" but rather a book about "changing both you AND your business model."
― Charles Wheelan, Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science
― Franklin D. Roosevelt
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