"Making money is a knack, a knack that can be acquired. And if someone like me can become rich, then so can you - no matter what your present circumstances. Here is how I did it and what I learned along the way." So writes Felix Dennis, who believes that almost anyone of reasonable intelligence can become rich, given sufficient motivation and application. How To Get Rich is a distillation of his business wisdom. Primarily concerned with the step-by-step creation of wealth, it ruthlessly dissects the business failures and financial triumphs of "a South London lad who became rich virtually by accident".
The most entertaining book on how to trade shares is back! This is the book on stock market investing that you can actually enjoy, written in plain English, packed with real-life trading examples and full of candid advice that you just can't get anywhere else. It's the ideal friend for anyone who wants to make money in the markets.
This book explodes the myth that a screenplay is the easiest literary form to master, navigates a relatively painless path through the screenwriting labyrinth, and offers an easy to digest step-by-step guide to writing a script from inception to completion.
"Poor to average"
In this book, David Ryder, who has 20 years' experience of field and telesales, exposes the key strategy to handling objections. This book will equip you with the tools you need not just to resolve objections, but to prevent them from even coming up in the first place. You'll keep the prospect on side and have them asking you what the next step is!
Robbie, aka the Naked Trader, is your expert and highly entertaining guide to the often baffling world of the stock market. In between cups of tea, rounds of toast and the occasional 'cuddle' with Mrs Naked Trader, he describes the straightforward techniques that have enabled him to succeed in the markets, escape the rat race and make a lot of money.
To many, urban legends are nothing more than harmless tales told round a camp fire, in a dormitory, or 'round a table in a pub with the express aim of provoking a frisson of fear in the listener through the use of some horrific shock element in a familiar location and an unlucky protagonist who is known to a friend of a friend of a friend. But is there something working at a deeper level?
You need customers but don't know how to get them. You do NOT want: gurus talking in lofty terms about having the right attitude, understanding psychology and other great sounding but ultimately unhelpful theories. You do want: a SIMPLE, practical guide on how to sell over the phone or how to arrange meetings that you can convert to sales. No gimmicks. No tricks. No nonsense.
"Good info poor value"
In this book, David Ryder, who has 20 years' experience of field and telesales, takes you step by step through this essential element of the sale. He explains how to prepare, what questions to ask, when to speak, what to say and how to stack the odds in your favour so that the prospect will want you to take them on as a client
"Golden rules- effective listening"
Losing weight isn't rocket science: eat less and move more, and it will happen. The link between sex and slimming is also simple: a good hard rogering will burn calories. But do you know how much weight you'll burn up, which positions offer the greatest slimming opportunities, or where to find a fellow slimmer willing to work with you? Now you can find out.
"1 star is too much"
From writing a press release to taking photos, organising a press conference to setting up interviews, facing the reptiles of the press to broadcasting in prime time, Do Your Own PR tells you step by step how to master the skills of the spin doctor and raise your own profile.
For eight years between 1998 and 2006, Luke Johnson wrote a regular column as "The Maverick" in The Sunday Telegraph. His short, pithy essays tackled subjects ranging from rich lists to bankrupt companies, from high finance to investment techniques, from philanthropy to trophy wives, bringing a practitioner's eye to the commercial world and the people in it.
The dramatised narrative 'Witness for the Defence' relates an account of the unacceptable, but still prevalent, degradation of domestic violence.It remains an appalling fact that in the 21 st century there are women all over the world who are being violated, both mentally and physically, by their abusive male partners - women who are reduced to a state of submissive, humiliating, subservience and despair, brain-washed, beaten and coerced into total submission.
This book is for you if you are worried about: - skyrocketing fuel and heating costs - rising food bills - expensive mortgage payments - the threat of losing some or all of your income - the nightmare scenario of losing your home. If you're facing the prospect of having to work extra hours, take a second job or cut back on spending to make ends meet, then don't panic. There's no need to give up family time or to work day and night.
"Great if you're from the UK otherwise forget it."