Business & Careers

Become an Amazon Selling Legend Using Retail Arbitrage

- By Danny Stock

It's possible to walk into a retail store, buy some items, send them to Amazon, and make a profit. How can that be? Thousands of people are doing just that right now. All you need are basic skills. (Then, you need some expert skills to skyrocket your sales). What better way to learn them than from a man who found extraordinary success doing just that? Danny Stock is not only an Amazon success story, he's taught thousands of people his acclaimed reverse sourcing methods that he created and perfected.

UAE Business Essentials - By Kamal K. Jabbar

A guide to the legal system and business environment and how to protect yourself and thrive in the UAE.

A.I. and Remote Working - By Dr Tony Miller

The world of work is undergoing the most significant change since the industrial revolution. Cognitive A.I. is driving world change faster than at any time in history. There are massive advantages for employers who act and act quickly. At precisely the same time, COVID has been a wake-up call. Organizations have discovered that they employ too many people, and the realization – many can be more productive working remotely. Productivity increases, and reduction in office space and management are all being actioned through home working. This innovative audiobook will guide you through A.I., how it will affect employment and existing processes, and what the employer and employee can expect in the new and rapidly changing world of work.

Sales and Marketing for Decorators - By Jon Mears

If you're a painters and decorator, this audiobook will help you earn more money.

Effective Remote Working Techniques for Coders - By Hari Singh

With this audiobook, you’ll discover the secrets to not just getting things done when you’re working from home, but getting them done fast. Whatever your reason for remote working and wherever you want to work, you’ll free up so much time, you won’t know what to do with it. If you’ve been used to working in an office, working remotely can take some getting used to - particularly with a TV, snacks, and the endless other distractions of home. In this book, author Hari Singh guides you through the practical steps needed to set up your new working environment so that you can focus and deliver your best - without feeling like you’re all alone.

Effective Remote Working Techniques for Managers - By Hari Singh

Anyone who’s been there and done it will tell you that managing a team remotely brings a different set of challenges to managing a team in an office. From creating a sense of structure to boosting team morale, keeping your team working productively when none of you are in the same room can be tricky. That’s where author Hari Singh can help. Whether you’re used to managing your team remotely or you’ve been forced into it by circumstances beyond your control, this book will help you not just survive, but thrive. Each of the chapters in this book addresses a different aspect of managing your team remotely, teaching you the practical steps and techniques needed to boost your own productivity as well as that of your team.

Cabin Fever: Stay Sane While Working Remotely - By Hari Singh

Navigating the ups and downs of "WFH" life can be tricky, especially in the beginning. Cabin Fever to the rescue!

Culture Shift: 7 Steps to Handle a Geographically Disparate Workforce - By Hari Singh

There is a global movement happening right now in how businesses operate and how your staff wants to work. The big question is are you, as a business leader, ready for this fundamental change? Contained here are the pitfalls that you are likely to come across so you can actively avoid them and increase your chances of success. But why would you want to make this shift? What are the advantages for your business? What are the advantages for your staff? How do you handle kickback? Start today, and make headway into creating an environment that will give you a competitive advantage over your competitors.

Dropshipping, Shopify - By John Wright

Build your dream business and achieve financial freedom with this ultimate dropshipping guide! Do you want to take advantage of the incredibly lucrative world of dropshipping? Want to generate tons of passive income, create a versatile business, and achieve financial freedom and security? Are you looking for a step-by-step guide to kickstart your dropshipping career? Then this is the audiobook for you. This guide explores the world of dropshipping, uncovering exactly how you can take advantage of this incredible passive income stream. Using step-by-step advice and easy-to-follow instructions, you’ll learn how to create the right mindset for dropshipping success, how to avoid all the common beginner mistakes, and how you can start making big money.

Play the Game - By Adam Strong

Are you winning the game of business? Has your business plateaued, or are you feeling stuck? Play the Game outlines 18 strategies from game-changing leaders and disruptors on how to break the cycle that stunts your business growth. You'll learn from game-changing leaders including: Adam Strong, Akhtar Khan, Allan Kleynhans, Branka van der Linden, Chris Cooper, Darrell Wayne Irwin, David Burgess, Don Sandel, Dr Mehdi Ettehadulhagh, Haroon Danis, Heather Margaret Barrie, Hilary Humphrey, Karel Vermeulen, Michael Robison, Sarah Franklin, Stefan Tonnon, Stephen Carter and Vicky Poole.

Finances and You - By Charles Tomlinson

The word "finance" strikes fear into the hearts of many. Despite their intelligence in every other area of life, they can’t seem to figure out how to make a budget and stick to it, why they have no money left at the end of each month, or a way to get out of debt. Even those who are doing a little better find themselves mystified by portfolios, interest rates, and how the stock market works. If you belong to either of these groups, there’s no need to feel ashamed. When an expert breaks them down and explains them properly, they become far easier to understand. Armed with the right knowledge, anyone can save money, have a retirement account and an emergency fund, and even invest in stocks and bonds.

A Comedic Summary of... - By Tobo Leadership

Funny insightful commentaries on some of the most popular leadership books ever written.

A Comedic Summary of Gostic and Elton's 'The Carrot Principle'

- By Tobo Leadership

We are taking some of the most famous books on leadership and creating a comedic summary with absurd and sometimes raunchy jokes mixed in with the valuable leadership advice. We need a conversational tone and someone with great comedic timing and delivery.

A Comedic Summary of Liz Wiseman's 'Multipliers'

- By Tobo Leadership

This book, Multipliers, clearly shows how you can get more than 100 percent out of your direct reports. The result is a higher-performing, efficient team which gets more done with fewer resources. So, if you are a manager looking for added headcount and you suspect your boss has listened to this book (spoiler: they have), you are probably shit out of luck

A Comedic Summary of James Robbins' 'Nine Minutes on Monday'

- By Tobo Leadership

This book is about a simple and easy to implement practice that will turn bad habits into good habits. All it takes is nine minutes on Monday. If the process is too long and too complicated, it will be abandoned. The genius of this book it its simplicity and brevity. A lot like my lovemaking. All you must do is ask yourself nine questions every Monday and spend one minute coming up with an answer for each. The result is motivated and engaged employees.

A Comedic Summary of Simon Sinek's 'Leaders Eat Last'

- By Tobo Leadership

The basis of this book is to treat your employees like family. Maybe he means treat your employees how you wish your family treated each other. Don't only see them on holidays, drink too much pinot grigio, and explode about almonds being added to the green beans even though they knew Abbey has a nut allergy—but deep down, you know, really, they liked Alex better. That was 15 years ago! Then, in a combination of drunken grigio rage and the embarrassing realization you, too, liked Alex better, you grab the kids in a huff and leave early.

A Comedic Summary of Patrick Lencioni's '5 Dysfunctions of a Team'

- By Tobo Leadership

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team is written as a parable, substituting case studies and numerous hypotheticals for one long, book-length narrative. It follows the implementation of a fictional company’s new CEO, Kathryn, and her erotic journey from Milan to Minsk. Wait, that is a different book. This book is about her struggles through the early days of her new role. She must contend with the shareholders and growth of the company, but ultimately, it’s about acquiring and managing an existing executive team. It is a good book. I like it.

A Comedic Summary of Kevin Kruse's 'Employee Engagement 2.0' - By Tobo Leadership

This book gives all the reasons why employee engagement should be the most important part of your business. It should be a higher priority than the bottom line and profits, if your bottom line is profitable. I think that is obvious. You need to be at least profitable enough to afford a quality two-ply toilet paper. Is that too much to ask for? We aren't monsters. In fact, rule number one of employee engagement should be "Ditch the 80-grit single-ply macho wipe and get the good stuff."

A Comedic Summary of Ken Blanchard's 'One Minute Manager'

- By Tobo Leadership

This is a tale of an entrepreneur who is seeking advice from the Yoda-like One-Minute Manager on how to get her employees to do their damn job. The One-Minute Manager sends her on a two-day scavenger hunt, talking to a multitude of employees on a variety of topics. At one point, he had her do a one-handed handstand while balancing a 900-year-old Muppet on one foot and using the Force to lift an X-wing fighter out of the swamp.

A Comedic Summary of John Wooden's 'Wooden on Leadership'

- By Tobo Leadership

Despite being the most decorated men's basketball coach of all time, this book translates nicely to the business world. The message is that anyone can learn to be a leader by following the principles of his Pyramid of Success. If you give everything you have to be the best you can be, that is success. Unless you fail, but that means you didn't listen to it correctly, or are just part of the five percent of Americans (or 26 percent of Canadians) who are incapable of leadership. This is a good book. I like it.

A Comedic Summary of John Baldoni's 'Moxie'

- By: Tobo Leadership

I figured this book would depict a guy in a fedora with a cigar in his hand who fast talks like a stereotypical 1920s gangster, “Yeah see, those coppers will never finger me, see, I got moxie, see. You stool pigeons are making Rocky mad, see, so beat it bozo, or it will be curtains for you, see.” Alas, I was mistaken. It is a simple acronym. MOXIE is an acronym that stands for (spoiler alert!) Mindfulness, Opportunity, X-factor, Innovation, Engagement.