by Ehab Atalla (Goodreads Author)
"No-nonsense advice on the skills needed to succeed in business doesn’t shy away from the hard truths of growi…more
"No-nonsense advice on the skills needed to succeed in business doesn’t shy away from the hard truths of growing as an entrepreneur.
"The second in a series of business books written and published by a self-made millionaire, this guide is particularly useful for those interested in starting a business. When the author of a business book writes that he “started 34 businesses in 15 different industries from scratch,” the book takes on a certain credibility. When the author also says he went “from a broke, new immigrant cashier who couldn’t speak English to becoming a multi-millionaire entrepreneur,” any reader with a desire to start and run a successful business cannot help but be intrigued.
"Thankfully, Ehab Atalla’s book, The Skills of Business, is more than boasting—it is a well-written, substantive guide to business, enhanced with the street-smart wisdom only a self-made businessperson could provide.
"The Skills of Business is authoritative and informative. It should prove especially useful to the budding entrepreneur."
November 10, 2013
The San Francisco Book Review
"The Skills of Business equally passes the clarity and generality tests. Both the diagrams and Appendices provided (e.g. Global Trade, Supply and Demand Curves) would be understandable by anyone with say a 3.0 GPA on their high school diploma. No MBA required—and isn’t that a relief?
"The Skills of Business will make a fine addition to your personal shelf."
Whether you are just starting out or an experienced business person, the skills you will learn in this book will take you to the next level of your career. You will learn how to be a general business person--how to take advantage of any opportunity in any industry.
by Laura Jane Taylor
Also included are thirty projects complete with full step-by-step instructions, fabric requirements, clear photos and diagrams, plus pages of full-size templates. The hidden-spiral binding and full-color photographs and drawings make this a user-friendly resource that quilters will turn to again and again for information, as well as inspiration. [close]
by Sandra Felton
In our busy lives, organizing our homes—and keeping them clutter free—can f…more
In our busy lives, organizing our homes—and keeping them clutter free—can feel like an insurmountable problem. But even big jobs become doable if you take them one day at a time. This forty-day plan will help you achieve your goal of a well-ordered home so that you can spend more time on the things that matter.
In these pages you will discover easy, practical steps to
· maximize your wardrobe and closet
· create a more efficient kitchen
· set up a home office, even with limited space
· and so much more
From doing laundry and running errands to enjoying hobbies and keeping in touch with friends and family, you are just forty days away from an organized life. There’s no better time to get started! [close]
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