What if the most effective investment portfolio was also the easiest to manage and the least expensive? As the authors of this clear, practical, and enlightening audiobook - part financial guide, part expos - prove, there are just three simple rules you need to follow and only a few, very inexpensive investment products that are necessary for an ideal portfolio.
"How can I create an innovation engine that will consistently deliver substantial organic growth?" This question is the number-one issue for most CEOs and senior executives today. Innovation is a critical driver of organic growth, yet based on the authors' research, only a small percent of companies effectively use innovation to sustain long-term, profitable growth. And the stakes couldn't be higher - failure to create successful new products, services, and business models causes stagnating or declining profits.
New Saucerian unveils its latest ufological classic, Gray Barker's Book of Adamski, an in-depth look at George Adamski, perhaps the most famous UFO contactee who ever lived. The Book of Adamski contains writings by George Adamski and various ufologists who knew him personally, such as Gray Barker, Desmond Leslie, Alice K. Wells, and Michael G. Mann.
"I'm interested but there has to be a better book."
In this new short story series from Helping Hands Press, a man on the brink of self-destruction is given the opportunity to start over. Allan Howarth is unhappy in work, in marriage, in family. He is stressed by finances and relationship problems. When a letter arrives from a long forgotten friend, Allan suddenly finds an opportunity to help himself, his wife, and their two teenage children. The letter presents Allan with a unique possibility that leads him on an Amish journey.
This story follows the life of a man from the age of three to the age of 70. It is a story of love and tragedy. It is the quest of a man searching for love. The death of his mother, when he was three years old, and the absence of his father for the first seven years of his life, sets the stage for the choices he makes throughout his life. The story begins in the late 40s, early 50s, and progresses to present day.
"The Common Enemy", by George Packer; "The Old Gang", by Tad Friend; "The Spy Who Loved Me", by Lauren Collins; "Seeds of Doubt", by Michael Specter; and "Hide and Seek", by Anthony Lane.
"Game Plan" by George Packer; "What Money Can Buy" by Michael Specter; "Quiet Depravity" by Dana Goodyear; "Paper Tiger" by Joan Acocella; "Big Mac" by Nancy Franklin; "Family Matters" by David Denby.