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Click for more detail about Click: Ten Truths For Building Extraordinary Relationships by George C. Fraser Click: Ten Truths For Building Extraordinary Relationships

by George C. Fraser
McGraw-Hill Education (Jan 07, 2008)
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Does the thought of networking make you cringe? In this book you will find ten simple principles that will dispel your dread of networking forever and reveal a proven path to success and happiness. Imagine mastering the skills to create an extraordinary marriage, lifelong friendships, or powerful and enriching business relationships. That is what awaits you in Click: the tools to tap into the richest resource on the planet—other people—no matter how hard it’s been for you to do so in the past. In Click you will discover the Ten Truths for connecting with people: Tailor your relationships—to consciously create the perfect fit Be authentic—attract what you love and what loves you Trust first—release your real power Communicate with your heart—a new source of intelligence Love, give, serve, add value—then watch what comes back Bless them and release them—learn the lessons and move on Be open to everything—you can remake your life Make peace, not war, with words—create belief and confidence It takes teamwork to make the dream work—seek caring, creative allies Nurture your relationships—they are the core of your success A new world opens with networking. But George Fraser doesn’t stop there. He shows you how to go from networking to connecting—when you experience that heartfelt feeling of trust and exciting burst of energy with someone. And then when you each willingly add special value to each other and achieve more together than either of you could achieve alone, that’s when you’re clicking.


Click for more detail about The Ultimate Guide to Sports Marketing by Stedman Graham The Ultimate Guide to Sports Marketing

by Stedman Graham
McGraw-Hill (Apr 11, 2001)
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Sports marketing is heralded as one of the most prestigious, exciting, and popular fields in contemporary marketing. The number of related programs in colleges and universities has exploded, and companies tied with sports marketing handle thousands of avid career hopefuls each year. The Ultimate Guide to Sports Marketing is the first book to go behind the scenes and outline a strategic, integrated approach to effective and innovative sports marketing. Completely revised and repackaged to provide detailed strategies on entering the sports marketing field, acquiring funding, managing event logistics and more, this comprehensive guide covers a wide range of topics including: - Use of the Internet as a sports marketing tool - Negotiations and contracts with sponsors and suppliers - Specifics of licensing deals


Click for more detail about Journalism Today, Student Edition (NTC: JOURNALISM TODAY) by McGraw-Hill Education Journalism Today, Student Edition (NTC: JOURNALISM TODAY)

by McGraw-Hill Education
McGraw-Hill Education (Feb 12, 2001)
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Discusses the history and responsibilities of the Media, the gathering, writing, and presentation of news, and the future of journalism as technology changes.


Click for more detail about Annual Editions: African American History 00/01 by Rodney D. Coates Annual Editions: African American History 00/01

by Rodney D. Coates
McGraw-Hill/Dushkin (Jul 09, 1999)
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This annually updated reader is a compilation of current newspaper, magazine, and journal articles on African American history.


Click for more detail about African-American Literature: An Anthology by TRIBUNE African-American Literature: An Anthology

by TRIBUNE
McGraw-Hill Education (Jul 01, 1997)
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African-American Literature is a well-rounded collection of over eighty classic and contemporary readings. Overviews, biographical profiles, post-reading discussion, and writing questions make this a highly instructive anthology for a wide range of students.


Click for more detail about Talking Dollars and Making Sense: A Wealth Building Guide for African-Americans by Brooke Stephens Talking Dollars and Making Sense: A Wealth Building Guide for African-Americans

by Brooke Stephens
McGraw-Hill Education (Oct 01, 1996)
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African-americans control more than $400 billion in income. But when it comes to managing money, like everyone else, they have been poorly educated in the basics. In Talking Dollars and Making Sense, noted African-American financial planner Brooke Stephens, offers prudent and sensitive advice on money mangement that will help you take control of your finances and plan more effectively for the future. Written within the social, cultural, and historical framework of the African-American experience, this book honestly examines the attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of African-Americans and their finances. Stephens handily covers the basics of wealth-building, including: Goal-setting Managing credit Home-buying Investing Insurance Tax strategies Educating children about money Talking Dollars and Making Sense goes beyond simple financial planning, discussing the specific financial dilemmas African-Americans often find themselves in. Filled with anecdotes, quotes, aphorisms, and profiles of contemporary and historical trailblazers who have had an impact on the economic life of their communities, this guide to financial freedom will help your sense of the intracacies of money management and to achieve your financial goals.


Click for more detail about Ask Me Now by Al Young Ask Me Now

by Al Young
McGraw-Hill (Jan 01, 1980)
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A highly praised novel from Al Young, a San Francisco area based African-American writer, that deals with the life of a highly successful professional basketball player after he retires at age 39.




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