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Do you really know what you want to be when you grow up? Have an idea, but don't know the first step? Need guidance or a test-free way to find the true you? Don't wait another second! Learn how to use the resources already out there for you.Turn your interests into a career just for you. Learn exactly what you need to do and create a plan. Become prepared for the real world!
 
Champion Your Career - Winning in the World of Work by Halimah Bellows
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How to Succeed Beyond College - Book 3 of How to Succeed in High School, College and Beyond College by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
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How to Succeed in High School and Prep for College - Book 1 of How to Succeed in High School, College and Beyond College by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
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How to Succeed in College and Prep for Beyond College - Book 2 of How to Succeed in High School, College and Beyond College by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
HOW TO SUCCEED IN COLLEGE AND PREP FOR BEYOND COLLEGE is the second book in a 3-book series. This second book contains information specific to college success and applying to graduate schools as well as information to help young people with interviewing, creating relationships with potential mentors, and following their passions. Exercises that build on the information are included. Phyllis Zimbler Miller has an M.B.A. from [...]
 
Corporate Mission Possible - The Manager's Guide To A Successful Corporate Career by Rob Mars
How Can You Survive Working in the Corporate Culture? After 20 years of multinational experience, I know exactly what it takes to build a successful corporate career. I learned this the hard way. You do not need to. Build a Successful Corporate Career Using Proven Methods - I wrote this comprehensive guide that sums up my own and others' personal experience on the journey to success in business in order to give you advice on [...]
 
Mooove Ahead of the corporate herd by Tony Wong
Just getting started in the corporate world? Or just stuck in the back of the corporate herd? Want to mooove ahead in the corporate herd, soooner? This book will help. Learn insights and tips from Managers; what they've learned and wish they had known soooner. Whether you're starting out your career or at mid-career, MOOOVE AHEAD! shows you how to mooove up the herd ... and do it soooner. Nearly all the business [...]
 
Teaching College - The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students by Norman Eng, Ed.D.
Your students aren't reading. They aren't engaged in class. Getting them to talk is like pulling teeth. Whatever the situation, your reality is not meeting your expectations. Change is needed. But who's got the time? Or maybe you're just starting out, and you want to get it right the first time. If so, Teaching College: The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students is the blueprint. Written for the early [...]
 
Small Business Big Pressure - A Faith-based Approach to Guide the Ambitious Entrepreneur by Darryl W. Lyons
YOUR SMALL BUSINESS IS CONTROLLING YOU; TAKE BACK WHAT YOU RIGHTFULLY OWN. Small Business is what makes our country great. However, the challenges facing the entrepreneur are overwhelming. Business schools don't prepare an owner for the real world. Every single entrepreneur will experience an extreme amount of worry, pressure, and confusion. It is a matter of time before the entrepreneur suffers a breakdown. It doesn't have [...]
 
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S chool districts can award emergency teaching credentials if their need for substitute teachers is dire enough. It usually is dire enough. There are many books on substitute teaching, but only a few written specifically for high-school substitutes. High school calls for a completely different approach from K-8. This book explains not only how to get a high-school substitute teaching job, but also how to do the job so well [...]
 
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In Search of the Fun-Forever Job - Career Strategies that Work by Ellis Chase
Winner of the 2014 Eric Hoffer Award for Business Books Looking for work? Changing careers? Learn the smart way to search. "Ellis Chase has distilled all the most important elements of the job search into a short page-turner of a book." Ellis Chase, one of Manhattan's top career management consultants and executive coaches, brings his 25-plus years of experience and expertise to this reexamination of how you can target and [...]
 
How to find your dream job - Including some unorthodox methods by David Jeff Johnson
This book can help you find not just a job, but THE job, the right job, the one that will let you face your workweek with excitement instead of dread. Author David Johnson says, "I felt dread about going to work for far too long, and I want to help other people avoid or escape that feeling. After college, I fell into work that was available for people with my degree, but I quickly knew it was the wrong career for me." Yet for [...]
 
Signs of a Great Résumé - How to Write a Résumé that Speaks for Itself by Scott Vedder
Your resume should be full of !@#$%. Just ask Scott Vedder. Scott has developed a simple way to make your resume speak for itself, using !@#$%, the Signs of a Great Resume. Each sign showcases your experience and skills and highlights your greatest achievements and contributions. ! Any part of your experience that was "amazing!" @ Defining points, places, dates and things in your career # Numbers that quantify and prove your [...]
 
Career Dynamics in the 21st Century by Mwangi Wanjumbi
Those who have attended Mwangi Wanjumbi's training sessions know that he is passionate about asking one simple question: "Why do you work? Give me 5 answers, which must have nothing to do with money. I will reward anybody scoring at least 9 out of 10 marks with Ksh. 1000." This extrinsic motivation has over the years inspired participants to review the deepest inspirations that drive their careers. However, no one has ever [...]
 
PERSONAL BRANDING - A Simple Guide to Reinvent & Manage Your Brand for Career Success (Get Promoted Fast Book 3) by Dorothy Tannahill-Moran
If you want to get ahead, you have to be memorable. You can create the kind of image for yourself that helps you lock down jobs, makes promotions a snap, and gain interest by your customers. You might think what you "bring to the table" is clear and desirable but what you offer to others isn't clear at all. Maybe you've felt like your tongue got stuck in your throat at networking meetings when people asked, "So, what is it [...]
 
Save Time and Money on College by Aubrey Durkin
The fast track to get your degree without spending tens of thousands of your hard earned dollars! Do you wonder how you will be paying for college? Would you like to be saving money and time on college? College is expensive and time-consuming, but does it have to be? Heck no! Let's face it. A college degree is almost required to enjoy at least a middle class lifestyle. You want that house of your own. You want a solid job. [...]
 
Columbus State Community College - An Informal History by David Meyers & Elise Meyers Walker
For half a century, the mission of Columbus State Community College has remained essentially unchanged - to provide skilled men and women to meet the workforce needs of Central Ohio employers. What has changed, however, is the way it goes about fulfilling that mission. Columbus State Community College: An Informal History is the story of how this remarkable institution grew from a handful of classes in a high school basement [...]
 
College Football Etiquette - A Primer for True Fans of the Game by Jerri Blair
This little book packs a lot in its pages, starting with the story of one football fan's path to true blue college football fandom, followed by a list of things necessary to preserve the storied traditions of today's college football scene, combined with a slice of the game day traditions of all of the Power Five Conference teams and their crazy fans. It's guaranteed to make you want to go out and immerse yourself in the game [...]
 
The Handbook of Financial Modeling - A Practical Approach to Creating and Implementing Valuation Projection Models by Jack Avon
The ability to create and understand financial models that assess the valuation of a company, the projects it undertakes, and its future earnings/profit projections is one of the most valued skills in corporate finance. However, while many business professionals are familiar with financial statements and accounting reports, few are truly proficient at building an accurate and effective financial model from the ground up. [...]
 
How To Get Promoted 101 - Forty tips you wish you knew (Happy Job Hunting Series Book 4) by Ethan Powers
You Deserve This! How To Get Promoted : 40 Tips You Wish You Knew As you work hard to earn a decent living, wouldn't it be awesome if you can increase your salary in the fastest way possible? Just imagine what you can do with the extra $$$, such as: - having a bigger house - - owning a brand new car - - becoming debt free - - doing some fulfilling charity work - - the possibilities are endless! This book is for you if you are [...]
 
The Unemployed Guy's Guide To Unemployment by Mike N. Mauss
This book is written for you: the middle-class worker who thought getting fired would never happen; who believed you were invulnerable, destined for a great career, and that unemployment was something that only happened to other people. It's for good, hard-working people who see the American Dream moving inexorably out of reach and who are totally unprepared for what is to come. Well, I have been there (far more often than [...]
 
Second Dive in the Ocean - Planning a Career Change by Hina Siddiqui
Rise in Love with your Career. If you have to switch then go ahead. Here is the help. No pain is bigger than your dreams. This Quick Read not only will help you plan & execute your career change, but also attain fulfilment and success with your current job/career. Despite knowing that nothing can replace "the awesome feeling" that comes with doing what we love doing professionally, not many of us normally dare to step out of [...]
 
West of Me by Jamie Godfrey
Kyle Meyers left his small town in Wisconsin to pursue his dream of becoming a fashion designer. With two suitcases and $100, he begins his journey at design school. Along the way, he makes lasting friendships, meets a porn star, finally hooks up with Glitter Boy, goes on a bevy of awkward dates and works for a string of evil bosses. This offbeat coming of age tale is a valentine to the moments, people, and crazy situations [...]
 
Career Ecstasy - Do Work You Love & Get Paid What You Are Worth by Michelle Lynn Casto
If you ever have felt the agony of a good paying position that was sucking the very life out of you OR loving what you do but barely scraping by, then you will want to read this comprehensive guide that will teach you the exact steps to take to discover the work that makes your heart sing. Chock full of experiential exercises designed to bring clarity and confidence to your ideal career position. This is the only career [...]
 

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