Dave Ramsey – The Total Money Makeover Unabridged

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How to Make Incredible Money Technology Sales by Mike Slattery

How to Make Incredible Money in Technology Sales by Mike Slattery
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.6 MB
Overview: If you simplify it, there are only two core components to making incredible money in technology sales. Those two core components are generating more pipeline and closing more pipeline. That’s it. I’m not going to tell you that you need more pipeline and you need to close more deals. You already know that. I’m going to show you the most efficient process for generating more pipeline and closing more deals, which will ultimately help you make incredible money in technology sales.

My commitment to you: I promise that if you read this book and implement these processes, you will save yourself time and increase your sales. If you’re trying to break into technology sales, discuss these processes during the interview, and you will land a job at the right technology company. As they say, once is chance, twice is coincidence, and the third time is a pattern. The sales processes in this book are what I have used to sell over one hundred net new logos, and I have never once missed a presidents club in my career. If you apply this system to your sales territory, you’ll make more money and elevate your technology sales career.

I’ve conducted roughly one thousand discovery meetings. I’ve sold to CEOs of emerging technology companies, chief information officers (CIOs) of Fortune 500 companies, CMOs of global brands, and chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) from blue-chip companies. This book and the integrated how-to videos will show you the detailed actions you need to take to be successful in technology sales year over year.

Regarding the first component of generating more pipeline, I’ll show you how to stay motivated by fueling your resiliency fire. We’ll lay a solid foundation by showing you the most efficient white-spacing process. Once we lay the foundation, we’ll build you a core system of automation for driving new pipeline. We’ll discuss a personalized messaging strategy that will drive new meetings with a click of a button. I’ll show you how to break into any account with prospect journey mapping, and I’ll show you how to leverage digital tools in the digital era to get a meeting with anybody.

Once we build your core system of automation to generate new pipeline, we will shift gears and focus on the second component of closing more pipeline. I’ll show you how to master the discovery meeting. We’ll discuss how to prepare and how to get the information you need to move the sale forward; even when you don’t have access to the chief financial officer (CFO). I’ll show you how to create internal champions via personal value to get the deal done. We’ll discuss closing the sale with justification statements and how to stay top of mind between interactions.

Also, I’ll provide value between those two core components, such as how to ensure your long-term sales success and stay ahead of your peers. I’ll discuss the importance of becoming an agile sales professional and adapting to your new environment.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Culture and Money in the Nineteenth Century by Daniel Bivona

Culture and Money in the Nineteenth Century: Abstracting Economics by Daniel Bivona, Marlene Tromp (Editors)
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.3MB
Overview: Since the 1980s, scholars have made the case for examining nineteenth-century culture - particularly literary output  -  through the lens of economics. In Culture and Money in the Nineteenth Century: Abstracting Economics, two luminaries in the field of Victorian studies, Daniel Bivona and Marlene Tromp, have collected contributions from leading thinkers that push New Economic Criticism in new and exciting directions.

Spanning the Americas, India, England, and Scotland, this volume adopts an inclusive, global view of the cultural effects of economics and exchange. Contributors use the concept of abstraction to show how economic thought and concerns around money permeated all aspects of nineteenth-century culture, from the language of wills to arguments around the social purpose of art.

The characteristics of investment and speculation; the fraught symbolic and practical meanings of paper money to the Victorians; the shifting value of goods, services, and ideas; the evolving legal conceptualizations of artistic ownership - all of these, contributors argue, are essential to understanding nineteenth-century culture in Britain and beyond.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Literary Criticism

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How to Make Money in Real Estate by Earl Nightingale

How to Make Money in Real Estate: The Right Attitude by Earl Nightingale
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 90.9 MB
Overview: Earl Nightingale is a prophet of believing in yourself. This album is not about real-estate brokers. He occasionally mentions realtors as his audience, but his message applies to everyone in any job, in any economy, in any place, at any time. This is not outdated. His messages only become outdated when you expire at the end of life.

Just take a quick look at the track titles to get an idea of what you’ll hear. If you can break away from your TV or radio for fifteen minutes a day to hear him out, he will change your life. The messages you will learn from Earl Nightingale are worth a hundred times cost the audiobook.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Money: The Unauthorized Biography

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Aarp The Seven S.e.c.r.e.t.s. Of The Money …

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Aarp The Secret Of Shelter Island: Money …

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Money Observer – May 2019

Plant Your Money Tree by Michele Schneider

Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth by Michele Schneider
Requirements: .PDF reader, 3.7 MB
Overview: Plant Your Money Tree offers readers a strategic and actionable way to look at their financial life with a completely new attitude of confidence, empowering them to make smart decisions regarding:
• What to do with their money
• How to grow their money
• When to make smart personal choices such as changing careers, guiding their kid’s education, expanding their business, buying a house, putting money in a savings account, capitalizing on social trends and investing in the future
• How to manage their existing portfolios and 401Ks

In clear and accessible language, Mish Schneider walks the reader through the six most essential sectors of the U.S. economy as seen through six market phases –bullish, caution, distribution, bearish, recuperation, and accumulation. She illustrates how to easily recognize these phases, understand their interrelationships and explains to readers why they should care. Using a personal and conversational tone, Mish’s goal is to help anyone who believes the topic of the economy and growing wealth is beyond their comprehension by giving them the tools to make independent, informed decisions about their money. With that knowledge, readers will gain insight plus have practical, smart options for what to do with their finances. Mish holds the readers’ hands every step of the way with her welcoming and easy to understand language. Schneider does not endorse passive or buy-and-hold type investing. Rather, she teaches readers an evergreen methodology that adapts to every market scenario.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Plant Your Money Tree by Michele Schneider

Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide to Growing Your Wealth by Michele Schneider
Requirements: .PDF reader, 3.7 MB
Overview: Plant Your Money Tree offers readers a strategic and actionable way to look at their financial life with a completely new attitude of confidence, empowering them to make smart decisions regarding:
• What to do with their money
• How to grow their money
• When to make smart personal choices such as changing careers, guiding their kid’s education, expanding their business, buying a house, putting money in a savings account, capitalizing on social trends and investing in the future
• How to manage their existing portfolios and 401Ks

In clear and accessible language, Mish Schneider walks the reader through the six most essential sectors of the U.S. economy as seen through six market phases –bullish, caution, distribution, bearish, recuperation, and accumulation. She illustrates how to easily recognize these phases, understand their interrelationships and explains to readers why they should care. Using a personal and conversational tone, Mish’s goal is to help anyone who believes the topic of the economy and growing wealth is beyond their comprehension by giving them the tools to make independent, informed decisions about their money. With that knowledge, readers will gain insight plus have practical, smart options for what to do with their finances. Mish holds the readers’ hands every step of the way with her welcoming and easy to understand language. Schneider does not endorse passive or buy-and-hold type investing. Rather, she teaches readers an evergreen methodology that adapts to every market scenario.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Good Company, Issue 3: The Money Issue by Grace Bonney

Good Company, Issue 3: The Money Issue (Good Company) by Grace Bonney
Requirements: PDF Reader 39.56 MB
Overview: Debuting last year in thewake of her continuing bestseller In the Company of Women, Grace Bonney’s Good Company is the innovative and supportive journal for women and nonbinary creatives at every stage of life, founded on the power of inclusivity, diversity, and celebrating the differences that unite. Its mission is to provide motivation, inspiration, advice, and a vital sense of connection and community. Sharing everything from overarching philosophy and pep talks to useful, targeted advice, the debut Community Issue brought together diverse voices (including Tavi Gevinson, Cynthia Erivo, Julia Turshen, Emma Straub, Ashley C. Ford, and Beejoli Shah) and experiences (from woodworkers, tattoo artists, bakers, mental health advocates, designers, and more).
This third issue continues Good Company’s mission to provide an energetic and highly stimulating place to connect, learn, grow, and work through the challenges that women across the spectrum experience in pursuing their passions and dreams.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General

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Nutcracker: Money, Madness, Murder by Shana Alexander

Nutcracker: Money, Madness, Murder: A Family Album by Shana Alexander
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.4 MB
Overview: New York Times Bestseller: The "compelling" story of Frances Schreuder, who persuaded her son to kill her multimillionaire father, Franklin Bradshaw (The Washington Post Book World).

In August of 1983 Shana Alexander, acclaimed journalist and chronicler of the lives and criminal trials of Jean Harris and Patty Hearst, wrote to New York City ballet patron Frances Schreuder on the eve of her murder trial. Schreuder stood accused of unlawfully causing the death of her father, Franklin Bradshaw, and of soliciting, encouraging, and aiding her prep school-student son in the homicide in the hope of financial gain. Alexander never received a response, but she flew to Salt Lake City and met with Schreuder’s mother, the matriarch of the Mormon dynasty-eighty-year-old Berenice Bradshaw.

Nutcracker is the true story of this crime-the twisting four-year police investigation, the derailed cover-up and conspiracy, the dramatic trials. It is also the tale of a family riven by greed and madness. Drawing on interviews with all the major players, Alexander paints a powerful portrait of a psychopathic woman driven by avarice, so depraved that she persuaded her own son to commit grand-patricide.

A finalist for the Edgar Award for Best Fact Crime, Nutcracker is "a Chekovian family tragedy [that] builds in intensity around this uniquely twisted woman" (The Washington Post Book World).
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Rabble of Dead Money by way of Charles R. Morris

Rabble of Dead Money: The Great Crash and the Global Depression: 1929-1939 by way of Charles R. Morris
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 12.four MB
Overview: The Great Crash of 1929 profoundly disrupted the United States’ assured march towards turning into the arena’s superpower. The breakneck enlargement of 1920s America-with its increase in cars, electrical energy, credit score strains, radio, and movies-certainly presaged a significant recession by way of the last decade’s finish, however now not a despair. The totality of the cave in surprised the country, and its length scarred generations to return.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Nation On The Take: How Big Money …

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