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Next Geopolitics: The Future of World Affairs (Technology)

by Abishur Prakash

Next Geopolitics: The Future of World Affairs (Technology) is a groundbreaking book on how new technologies, such as robotics, artificial intelligence, embryo editing, space colonization and more will transform world affairs.

Written by a leading geopolitical futurist, each of the eight chapters revolve around provocative scenarios, like which country is responsible for a designer baby that is designed in the United Kingdom but born in India, and how will governments decide what is an act of war in the age of autonomous robots and artificial intelligence?

The book has been purposely written to be short and straight to the point, with the imagined reader being able to finish the book during a flight from New York to Tokyo, or London to Hong Kong. If you are looking for a rare look into the wave of disruption heading your way, and how countries will be jolted, pick up this book as it is redefining the word geopolitics and giving a new meaning to the future.



Student Entrepreneurship and Innovation- What It Takes To Start Your Own Business With No Money- Simple Guide & Strategy

by WAN MOHD HIRWANI WAN HUSSAIN

In these tough economic times, everyone is trying to make ends meet. Things are becoming tough for students in particular. The National Association of Colleges and Employers revealed in its 2012 report that paid internships have been on the decline. Even getting an unpaid or volunteer based internship can be difficult, and many employers expect graduates to have some internship experience. In response to such dismal facts, Tech Crunch published an opinion piece by Dan Schawbel, managing partner of Millenial Branding and successful young entrepreneur himself. In his article, “Why Students Should Gain Entrepreneurship Experience Before Graduation,” Schwabel admits that the economy is tough and that students will have a hard time finding work once they graduate. But he proposes a solution, “Students who can’t get internships should start a small business or side projectâ?¦”

Yes, a radical idea. Instead of relying on a business or a charity to give them those coveted positions, students could instead create their own.
And even students who are in the lucky position of having dozens of employers pounding on their doors should consider the rewarding and empowering path of student entrepreneurship and innovation.

Entrepreneurship and innovation train students in ways they cannot even imagine. Through such endeavors, students can develop vital skills such as communication, teamwork, problem solving, and the like. Additionally, most everything that students learn throughout the entrepreneurial process will benefit them later in life. According to Innovation and Entrepreneurship, many employers will accept entrepreneurial experience in place of an internship, particularly if students can document what they did and what they learned in the process.

The purpose of this book then is to give a basic overview of the entrepreneurial process and methods by which students can become involved in entrepreneurship and innovation. Choosing to follow the entrepreneurial road is one of the greatest steps students can take in defining their own independence and discovering their potential. This book will cover some of these many benefits and even show why failure and errors are not something that should stop students from pursing dreams of running their own businesses.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Intro to Student Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Chapter 2:Primer on Entrepreneurship
Chapter 3:Primer on Innovation
Chapter 4:Student Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Chapter 5:The Mental Component of an Entrepreneur
Chapter 6:Preparing for Launch
Chapter 7:Handling Fears and Failure
Chapter 8:Common Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
Chapter 9:Taking Advantage of Your Resources
Chapter 10:Developing Your Research
Chapter 11:Assembling a Team
Chapter 12:Business Forms and You
Chapter 13:Developing a Business Plan
Chapter 14:Marketing
Chapter 15:Obtaining Finances
Chapter 16:Budgeting
Chapter 17:Taxes
Chapter 18:Wrap Up



20 Important Tips That Any New Trader MUST KNOW To Be Successful In Any Financial Market: Tips from the Pros on how to Navigate the Scams and Stay on Track to Make Money

by Biohacked Trader

Trading is difficult, but the problem is that most newer traders are sold a dream. 95% of traders will fail. This, more often than not, will be from losing a large sum of money and walking away. Not everybody is prepared when they start trading and these 20 tips are guidelines that will shape a more realistic mindset of what to expect. It will also shorten the learning curve that comes with trading. The financial markets are out to take your money, and the markets are not “free”. They are heavily in favor of the banks and institutions. In this ebook, we will cut through all the bullshit and tell it like it is, to get you to where you want to be financially, much faster.



Agile Project Management: The Ultimate Guide To Agile Project Management And Software Development – Plus Tips & Tricks For Implementing Scrum! (Agile Project Management, Agile Development, Scrum)

by Henry Hayes

Agile Project Management (FREE BONUS INCLUDED)

The Ultimate Guide To Agile Project Management And Software Development – Plus Tips & Tricks For Implementing Scrum!

This book will show you how by using Agile Methods in you Projects you will not have to worry about the delays in the deliverance of your projects because all the work is done is iterations and among these iterations, testing of the product is conducted due to which if any bugs are found, they are removed immediately and if the stakeholder demands any change, it can be provided to him.

This book is about the Agile Project Management. It is basically the guide for beginners. Those who have no or very little idea about what Agile is and how it is beneficial for your Projects, can take a lot of help from this book. Most of the technical words and a bit of history is mentioned in easy and compatible words.

What Scrum, Sprint and Agile is, how Agile is better than the Traditional Project Method, what are the top Software of Project Management with pros and cons of some and what Agile Manifesto is on the basis of which this whole Agile is developed and what is the framework on which Agile Methods can be used, all are discussed in this guide.

Here is a preview of what you’ll learn:

  • 1.Introduction to Agile and Scrum
  • 2.Agile versus Traditional Project Management
  • 3.Agile Manifesto
  • 4.Top Agile Management Software
  • 5.Getting Started by Implementing Scrum

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Big Data Lexicon: Over 200 Industry Terms Defined And Demystified With Easy To Understand Definitions

by Alexander Pericic

Big Data Lexicon gives you a collection of over 200 industry terms and their easy to understand definitions. Be prepared for any meeting, anywhere, any time.



The Art of Selling to a Woman (Instant Insights)

by Tanya Pluckrose

The Art of Selling to a Woman is a fresh approach to attracting and retaining the most influential purchasing demographic in the world today – the discerning woman. In this book, Pluckrose takes you on a journey through the three main dimensions that women travel through on their way to making the next purchase – appearance, approach and accountability. Through her more than 20 years of experience serving the world’s diverse elite, Pluckrose developed her signature Surprise and Delight System, which creates an environment for her clients to attract and retain their most sought after customers. In the Art of Selling to a Woman, she provides a step-by-step approach to developing the right service experience for any organization, which results in a dramatic increase of both market share and repeat sales of the new marquee client.



Millennial Pet Peeves: Understanding the Millennial Generation by Getting an Inside Look at What Bothers Them

by Tiffany Vuong

Were you born during or between the years of the 1980s and the 2000s? Do you know someone who can be identified as a millennial? Is there an age group that seems to be a type of breed that you just can’t figure out? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then this book is relevant to you.

Millennial Pet Peeves is a humorous, relatable, and relevant book that focuses on what goes on in the minds of Millennials. There are distinguishable differences that often get pointed out between Millennials and other generations. With this book, readers of all ages can put aside judgment and assumptions and read first hand accounts from Millennials on what bothers them and what they deal with in their daily lives.

Millennial Pet Peeves is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.



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