Free business and investing Kindle books for 20 Aug 14

What’s Your WOW! Factor?

by Ty Arrow

Don’t have the time or the patience to read a lengthy business book full of fluff? Neither do I.

This book packs a powerful punch. It is short, but concise. Each sentence was written for maximum impact and gets directly to the point of helping you define your Wow! factor.

It’s beyond a set of basics, yet simplistic in its approach. It’s easy to understand, yet intelligently thought provoking. This is a quick, intense read meant to drive home the topic of how to Wow! your customers, because Wow! drives success.

Busting the Retirement Lies: Living with Passion, Purpose, and Abundance Throughout Our Lives (Busting the Money Myths series Book 2)

by Kim D.H. Butler

* Expanded and revised third edition *

Is it possible that everything you have been told about retirement planning is wrong?

Is retirement dead? Perhaps not yet, but it’s on life support. The concept of retirement, as we’ve known it, is becoming a thing of the past. With the major economic, social, cultural, medical, technological, and employment shifts that have occurred in the past two decades, most everyone under the age of 100 now has to rethink what they thought “retirement” would be.

Furthermore, the various “financial planning” industries are still looking at retirement through the lens of the 20th century. As a result, they are pushing products, services, and concepts that can actually reduce your chances for comfort in your later years.

Busting the Retirement Lies is a quick read that is packed and to the pointâ??and which will transform your perspective on retirement. You will learn:

– Why “saving enough” is not enough

– How financial planners can skew projections, creating false expectations

– Why and how conventional retirement strategies are changing

– And more eye-opening “new realities”

But most of all, regardless of your current age, you will learn what you can do to best enjoy the rest of your life.

Note: Due to the economic models discussed in this book, it is mainly applicable to readers in the United States; however, it may still be relevant to readers in Canada and Western Europe. Please read the sample text before purchasing.

REAL: A Path to Passion, Purpose, and Profits in Real Estate

by Dave Crumby

Not your ordinary book on Real Estate

It’s a book about Life, People, Health, Rejuvination and Habits.

Contributions by Real Estate’s Most Influential Thought Leaders:

  • Spencer Rascoff – CEO, Zillow
  • Pete Flint – CEO, Trulia
  • Sherry Chris – CEO, Better Homes & Gardens
  • Krisstina Wise – CEO, Good Life
  • Marc Davison – Partner, 1000watt
  • Dave Crumby – CEO, realvolve
  • Austin Allison – CEO, dotloop
  • Lisa Archer – Co-founder, Geeky Girls
  • Matt Beall – Broker, Hawaii Life Real Estate
  • Vanessa Bergmark – Partner, Red Oak Realty
  • Kim Colaprete – Founder, Team Diva
  • Nobu Hata – NAR Director
  • Dottie Herman – CEO, Douglas Elliman Real Estate
  • Tina Mak – Broker, Coldwell Banker
  • Michael McClure – CEO,
  • Kelly Mitchell – Founder, Agent Caffeine
  • Tara-Nicholle Nelson – Founder, REThink
  • Marc Siden – CEO, Onboard Informatics
  • Kendyl Young – Owner, Diggs

Foreword by: Michele Serro – Founder, Doorsteps

Artwork by: Joey Roth

Build to Last


What stalls most agents from building sustainable businesses is the misconception that getting from point A to objective B will require more energy, skill and time than we have. So they revert to short-cuts. But the truth is big problems are rarely solved with big solutions, but by a sequence of small solutions, sometimes over weeks, months, years, sometimes over decades.

It’s About YOU

  • The Craft of Real Estate
  • The Art and Science of People
  • Why is the Point
  • Learn your Quantified Portfolio
  • The Authenticity Paradox
  • Chase the Passion – Not the Money
  • People – Compounded Interest
  • The Minimalist approach to Marketing
  • Health – Sustainably You
  • Practice – You are what you do
  • Work True – Let go of Measuring
  • Rise of the Real Estate Artisan

SEE THE DIFFERENCE!: A Practical Guide for Creating a Small Business

by Matthew Unrau

Has the thought of creating your own small business ever enticed you? Becoming an entrepreneur may be something you’ve always dreamed of but you never knew where to begin. This book will be your guide to success! This book is different from others because it provides hands-on practical advice, with real life examples to learn from. When I was a college student I started my first business. I operated it for four years before selling it for a substantial gain. In those four short years, I learned drastically more than I ever learned from business school. Learn from the successes and failures of an entrepreneur who has already gone out and made it happen. By the end of this book, the goal is for you to feel motivated, knowledgeable, prepared and excited to get out there and make it happen!

Busting Your Corporate Idol: Self-Help for the Chronically Overworked

by Greg Marcus

Tired of stress at home because you are thinking about work all the time?

Recovering workaholic and celebrated life coach Dr. Greg Marcus shares the story of how he cut his hours by a third in a way that made him more productive and more effective at work. Busting Your Corporate Idol offers a step-by-step approach so you can too.

Busting Your Corporate Idol tells stories from the corporate world the way it really is – where “successful people” secretly suffer from stress-related illnesses, and selfless people become depressed because they don’t understand that some people will never reciprocate. You will learn how to avoid these pitfalls, and what to do if you are in that situation today.

In this book you see the exact method Dr. Greg Marcus used to reduce his hours by a third while becoming more productive at work. He did this in less than a year, without changing jobs, and in a toxic environment. You’ll see step by step how you can do the same thing.

Understand the Root Cause of Overwork

The book starts by explaining that values and priorities determine our decisions and actions. The key to living a happier and more balanced life is a shift from company to people. As you read, Busting Your Corporate Idol, will teach you:

Who to trust at work

How to debunk cognitive illusions that lead to stress, anxiety, and longer hours

Why you risk becoming depressed if you don’t understand your corporate culture

Work Less, Achieve More

Many books teach you how to cope with stress, recognize depression, or practice time management. Useful skills, but not a long-term solution. More important is a step-by-step approach to change the habits that lead to the overworked lifestyle.

Busting Your Corporate Idol you will learn to:

Reduce stress, not cope with stress

Say no to the boss while becoming better appreciated for what you do

Protect yourself from politics and backstabbing

Find a community of people who will stick with you no matter what

Start right away with a small step to bring more happiness to your life, AND become more effective at work

Are you ready for a shot of hope that you can reduce stress and anxiety without having to quit your job or undergo a career change? Just scroll up to the Look Inside feature, read the first page, and you’ll understand why this book has so many Five Star Reviews.

How to retired and happy: 6 Steps You Should Know before Late: Retire happy

by benedict stewart

Is retirement really the blissful stage everyone’s talking about? Does it really allow you enough time to gaze at the stars and stop and smell the flowers?

Everybody gets older at some point. Signs of aging already emerge even during your thirties. After a few years, you already need glasses. Memory lapses are observed.

You prepare for these. Have you prepared for retirement as well?

Retirement can be defined as the final stage of your life. It’s not meant to sound dark or anything; you can choose to look at it positively. Retirement allows you to add more skills to what you have now. It gives you another chance to try the things you weren’t able to do when you were younger.

Modern medicine has made man live longer today than those born in the previous decades. There’s a dramatic change in life expectancy. For all you know, it will already be common for someone to live up to a hundred.

This is also another reason why you should be prepared for retirement.

Why is Retired and Happy a good read? It’s because it gives you the reality upon retirement. Don’t worry – retirement is a good place to be in, but just like any other stage of life, you have to get ready. A lot of planning is needed. You won’t be happy upon retirement not until you know what’s in store for you. It gives you an idea on what to expect once retirement finally arrives.

Once you’re prepared for retirement, you’ll be welcoming it with open arms, and then you’ll retire and be happy. You don’t just retire, you retire with a smile. You retire with a cheerful disposition with a positive outlook on what’s to come.

It will take a lot to have a happy retirement. There will be a lot of effort involved. Plan well, and everything will be worth the effort you spend.

Commercial Real Estate for Beginners: The Basics of Commercial Real Estate Investing

by Peter Harris

Discover what every beginner needs to know about investing in Commercial Real Estate. Why you should be a commercial investor, where the biggest pitfalls are, which types of properties are best for those just getting started, how to analyze any commercial deal quickly, how to speak the language of commercial real estate, the 4 guiding principles of commercial investment and much, much more. Let the author of Commercial Real Estate Investing for Dummies walk you through how to get started in Commercial Real Estate in this incredibly informative book.

Futures Trading Guide

by NQ Trader

This is a basic introduction to trading futures. It will help you to avoid some of the pitfalls that all beginners encounter.

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