Life Coach: Turn Your Life Coaching Practice Into A Money-Making Machine by K.L. Hammond

Turn Your Life Coaching Practice into a Money-Making MachineLife Coach: Turn Your Life Coaching Practice into a Money-Making Machine is the book that your life coaching practice needs to truly find financial success in today’s business environment. There is so much advice for life coaches out there on connecting with their clients and finding themselves, which is a necessary foundation for any life coach. However, what most life coaches lack is the ability to turn all that life coaching expertise into a truly profitable business.This book will dive deep into the strategy, tips, and tactics that will help you figure out exactly how to make money off doing what you do best as a qualified and talented life coach. In here you will find tons of great ways to make money, including the following:-How to identify and attract customers who are not only able to pay but happy to pay as well as how to tell when a client is just wasting your time.-Multiple different ways you can monetize your life coaching including specific actionable advice on eBooks, blog posts, webinars, and courses.-How to maintain and establish a web presence including how to build and structure a site, and what social media channels are worth pursuing.-The premium mindset you will need to find financial success as a life coach in this environment.-Why giving away material and knowledge for free actually increases the likelihood, you will make big bucks life coaching.-One audience you haven’t considered selling life coaching services to, but really should.All of the above is included in detail in this book, and more! This book is full of proven step by step strategies and tips that will leave you with precise actions you can take to start immediately positioning your life coaching business as a premium and ultimately profitable one. If you are even considering being a professional life coach, the business and marketing skills and mindsets inside are absolutely fundamental. Start reading now so you can make real money as a life coach tomorrow!

Author: K.L. Hammond

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Free Innovation (The MIT Press) by Eric von Hippel

In this book, Eric von Hippel, author of the influential Democratizing Innovation, integrates new theory and research findings into the framework of a “free innovation paradigm.” Free innovation, as he defines it, involves innovations developed by consumers who are self-rewarded for their efforts, and who give their designs away “for free.” It is an inherently simple grassroots innovation process, unencumbered by compensated transactions and intellectual property rights.Free innovation is already widespread in national economies and is steadily increasing in both scale and scope. Today, tens of millions of consumers are collectively spending tens of billions of dollars annually on innovation development. However, because free innovations are developed during consumers’ unpaid, discretionary time and are given away rather than sold, their collective impact and value have until very recently been hidden from view. This has caused researchers, governments, and firms to focus too much on the Schumpeterian idea of innovation as a producer-dominated activity. Free innovation has both advantages and drawbacks. Because free innovators are self-rewarded by such factors as personal utility, learning, and fun, they often pioneer new areas before producers see commercial potential. At the same time, because they give away their innovations, free innovators generally have very little incentive to invest in diffusing what they create, which reduces the social value of their efforts. The best solution, von Hippel and his colleagues argue, is a division of labor between free innovators and producers, enabling each to do what they do best. The result will be both increased producer profits and increased social welfare — a gain for all.

Author: Eric von Hippel

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Get Unstuck Now: How Smart People Gain Clarity and Solve a Problem Fast, And How You Can Too by Laura van den Berg Sekac

Author: Laura van den Berg Sekac

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
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The Overlooked Expert – 10th Anniversary Edition by Sarah Gerdes

The Overlooked Expert is the key to transforming your skills into revenue.Today, job uncertainty is a reality. Individuals are looking to hedge their bets against unexpected job loss and economic shifts by earning extra income by starting businesses using little more than their experience, knowledge and know-how. This is the Overlooked Expert, the person who has been passed over, let go or ignored, but who is the lifeblood of the organization. Author Sarah Gerdes profiles twenty-four individuals who were classical overlooked experts, but who started earning thousands of dollars within three months with no money out of pocket.Intelligence, drive and persistence; the common attributes of every person profiled in this book, including Gerdes herself. When she left the safety of a corporate job, she wasn’t an expert or equipped with multiple degrees. She was a twenty-seven-year-old single mother who turned her knowledge into an internationally recognized and highly profitable consulting firm. Within a year, she was featured in Fortune Magazine, invited to speak at Harvard, hired by F50 firms and two foreign governments. By year two, her client list had expanded as had her position in the industry, where she was recognized for creating the consulting niche of outsourced partner development.In addition to learning how to assess your skills, the market opportunity, competition, and establishing pricing for your services, you will also find: – Over 100 consulting vocations listed with descriptions- Step-by-step lists to generate demand for your services- How to organize and hold events to spread the word- Hire and keep good talent – Pitch and negotiate fair deals with clients- Leverage your services to products- Recognize downturns patternsThe Overlooked Expert has helped individuals prepare for the worst but also realize future dreams of retirement, trips and savings through extra income. Other did it, on their own. So can you.

Author: Sarah Gerdes

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Being a Project Manager: The Beginning by Hamutal Weisz

Being a Project Manager is a different kind of book about project management that focuses on essentials and practice. It clearly draws the path one must walk as a project manager.The book is suitable for managing any project of any size, subject and content since it refers to the foundations of project management—planning, control and communication—rather than a specific methodology or expertise. Moreover, the book offers appropriate methods and tools for proper project management that are easy to implement.Practicing project management using the methods described in this book will initiate a process of continuous improvement in project management skills, starting from the first project! So if you are a project manager, start here and now!The bread on the cover represents the project’s end product, which is the combination of all its ingredients: flour is the basis; yeast is the means for leavening the dough and turning it into bread and water is the glue that bonds all the ingredients. The same applies in a project: planning is its basis; control provides the means needed to achieve the project’s objectives and communication bonds all the project’s stakeholders and expresses the project’s management tone and pace.Bread without flour is not bread, just as a project without planning is not a project. Yeast-free bread is a flat cracker, just as a project without control is an effort going everywhere and nowhere at the same time. Bread without water is nothing but shapeless powder, just as a project without communication is simply a collection of individuals who aspire to reach a common goal but have nothing that links between them. Therefore, planning, control and communication are the indispensable ingredients needed to create the final product in the project effort.This book is intended for project managers, project team members and anyone involved in any way in any project of any size, subject and content.While there are many books on project management, this book offers a unique perspective. It does not prescribe specific and rigid project management methodology. Neither does it offer complex explanations on how to manage projects. Instead, this book lays out a clear path for the reader, explaining how to be an effective project manager on any sort of project, in any area of specialization. We will focus on the heart of the matter, dealing with the principles and practices of project management. We will propose a range of simple, unique support tools that can be easily implemented and used to improve your results immediately. We will learn how to grapple with the ‘primary paradox’ of project management—the result of the low level of certainty that characterizes most projects. We will also learn how to deal with the ‘wasted time’ illusion, how to escape the ‘simulated planning trap’ and how to walk a mile in the shoes of a successful project manager.

Author: Hamutal Weisz

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
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7 Steps to Creating, Promoting & Profiting from Online Courses by David Siteman Garland

7 Steps To Creating, Promoting & Profiting From Online Courses will show you the proven step-by-step strategy to create a successful online course regardless of whether you are starting from scratch, looking to add an additional revenue stream to your current business or wanting to become an online course titan. The info in this book doesn’t come from theory, or throwing mama’s spaghetti at the wall (well, maybe a little spaghetti…). Instead of hype and false promises, it comes from author David Siteman Garland’s experience with his own online courses (starting from $0 and growing to over $8,000,000 in sales) and teaching over 4,000 students to create successful online courses on every topic imaginable from baby sleep training to clarinet lessons for adults.David Siteman Garland (DSG) is the creator of The Rise To The Top & Create Awesome Online Courses. David teaches awesome people how to create an sell online courses. He is also the co-founder of Course Cats software which makes it super simple to create an amazing online course website without needing a designer, web developer, a psychiatrist and a team of 1,000 nerds. David lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his way-smarter-than-him wife Marcie and children Aviva & Coby.

Author: David Siteman Garland

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
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Self-Publishing for Beginners: Why Self-Publishing ebooks, print books, and audiobooks is the Best Online Business Anyone can Begin in 2019 (Passive Income Book 16) by Mikkelsen Twins

Discover The Best Small Business Ideas for Side Hustlers and EntrepreneursBeing an entrepreneur and running a small business, your main set of concerns would revolve around two key areas that will eventually drive the growth, revenue, and profit of your company. This book will show you how to make much more money on your own, spend time how you want, build a simple business, and quit your day job. We’ll do this without putting you at risk financially and without the complexity many people associate with running a business.Inside this book, you’ll discover best tips on-Identifying what the pitfalls are that new business owners should avoidProven Passive Income Strategies To Make Money OnlineSelecting your target audience to market toSetting up the correct type of businessSetting achievable goals Many businesses are complicated. Complex processes, custom systems, layers of human resources, and teams of accountants abound!But who said businesses need to be complex? The best small businesses are simple! Discover what you NEED to know about online making money with these powerful money making strategies and ideas including some unknown ones. This book will help you avoid the complexities and find the simplest path possible.Start taking control of your life by learning how to create a stream of passive income that’ll take care of you and your loved ones. Scroll to the top of the page and click the “BUY NOW” button!

Author: Mikkelsen Twins

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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How the new business models in the digital age have evolved by Javier Celaya

This second edition of New Business Models in the Digital Age is full of updated, need-to-know information for anyone interested in this topic. Due to the outstanding reception the original report had in 2014, having been downloaded over 5,000 times, and because of all of the available new data and important developments, it was necessary to expand the report after just a year to include all of the changes that have taken place since then. Some of the biggest news in this year’s edition comes from the world of micropayments, namely the new and hotly debated “pay what you read” business model. The newest changes in subscription models, which are having a hard time taking hold in the book sector, are also discussed as is the surge in the number of new crowdfunding projects that have led to the consolidation of this business trend in the last year alone.

Author: Javier Celaya

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Fire, Aim…Ready: Management: The Start at the End Approach to Crushing Competition, Crafting Culture, and Cementing Relationships by Eliot Wagonheim

Over the course of my legal career, I have started companies, served as COO for a hugely successful software company, and started, managed, and run law firms. For 27 years, I have guided companies of every size and description — from Mom ‘n Pops to some of the most successful and recognized brands in the world. I have negotiated billions of dollars’ worth of contracts and I have helped clients buy and sell huge companies, as well as small, family-run concerns. I have negotiated countless employment agreements, strategic alliances, partnerships, and buy-outs.

In all of that time, and in all of those transactions, I have never found a better secret to success in business than the approach I have developed and taught as “Fire, Aim…Ready” or FAR. That’s the secret I share with you here.

Fire, Aim…Ready: Management shows you how to employ this strategy throughout every facet of your organization, from recruiting and onboarding to outstanding business development, marketing, and sales.

A FAR-sighted organization excels where its peers simply imitate each other. Using the Fire, Aim…Ready approach, management teams and owners can work more efficiently, more collaboratively, and more profitably. Written by an entrepreneurial lawyer in plain English, the lessons can be understood in the space of an evening, but will resonate for a lifetime.

Author: Eliot Wagonheim

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Entrepreneur Secrets: How to Build Wealth and Escape the Rat Race [entrepreneur, motivational development, wealth development] (make money online, passive income, residual income) by Rick Markley

Entrepreneur SecretsHow to Build Wealth and Escape the Rat RaceThe word “entrepreneur” comes from the French verb “entreprendre” meaning “to do” or “to undertake.” An entrepreneur is someone who “does”, someone who acts. Generally, this means putting the time, energy, and money into starting up a business, and being willing to take the risks that come along with it. Whereas most people see problems, entrepreneurs see opportunities. Whereas most people complain about problems, entrepreneurs create solutions. Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy. Nearly two-thirds of all new jobs created in the past fifteen years have come from small businesses, and over half of these businesses are run from home! About one out of ten people work for themselves or for a small company. We’re all very fortunate to live in a world that encourages the creation and growth of new businesses. The process of opening your own company is relatively easy.But who can be an entrepreneur?Anyone can be an entrepreneur. You may be a twenty year old kid with no money in the bank with just a good idea, and you can still build a company from scratch. You don’t have to be old to create a business: Google, Facebook, and Dell are all examples of companies that were started by students. You don’t need lot of money, either: Microsoft, Nike, Domino’s Pizza, Hewlett-Packard, and Eastman Kodak are all examples of companies that were started with ten thousand dollars or less. Don’t think that setting up a business is an intimidating task that requires a lot of work, money, and special talent.The question “Who can be an entrepreneur?” wasn’t really a fair one, was it? If I asked, “Who can play golf?” and you answered “Anyone,” you’d be technically right – just about anyone can pick up a club and hit a ball. But the real question should be, “Who can play golf well?” Just about anyone can start a company, but being a successful entrepreneur requires a particular type of person, a lot of hard work, and a good measure of luck.Here is a preview of what you will learn…Being an EntrepreneurThe Main Rules of Business SuccessDeciding Which Business to Go IntoHow to Avoid the Pitfalls of Starting a BusinessThe Importance of your SkillsGetting PreparedMiscellaneous Tips>>>And much, much moreScroll up and download your copy today!

Author: Rick Markley

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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