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14 Things I Learned From Danny & Diane McDaniel

Danny and Diane McDaniel: They lead an incredible business organization, pastor a thriving church in DFW, and inspire tens of

A Bazaar Life: The Autobiography of David Alliance

At the age of thirteen, David Alliance was taken out of school by his father and apprenticed into the Grand

A Life in Motion

Lynn Flanagan remembers the first night she left her abusive husband and realized that her life had changed forever. Although

Adventures of an Optimist (0)

In 1995, Donald Mitchell began an audacious task: Demonstrate ways for the whole world to make 400 years worth of

Base Ten (Women Writing Science Project)

Torn between her family and her ambitions, an astronomer finds her way back to the stars. Torn between her family

Blessed Beyond Measure: Tom Hill in Conversation with

When Tom Hill stepped away from comfort and security without the benefit of a road map or safety net, it

Bob and Helen Kleberg of King Ranch

King Ranch. The name is embroidered in the tapestry of Texas, rising from the sunbaked coastal plains in the infancy

Boom Towns: Restoring the Urban American Dream

American cities, once economic and social launch pads for their residents, are all too often plagued by poverty and decay.

Brown & Sharpe and the Measure of American Industry:

Joseph Brown, founder of Brown & Sharpe, was a skilled clockmaker who invented new machines, and new ways to make

Capitalism and Commerce: Conceptual Foundations of

In Capitalism and Commerce, Edward Younkins provides a clear and accessible introduction to the best moral and economic arguments for

Capitalism v. Democracy: Money in Politics and the

As of the latest national elections, it costs approximately $1 billion to become president, $10 million to become a Senator,

Choice: Cooperation, Enterprise, and Human Action

Human Action—a treatise on laissez-faire capitalism by Ludwig von Mises—is a historically important and classic publication on economics, and yet

Companies We Keep: Employee Ownership and the Business

Part memoir and part examination of a new business model, the 2005 release of The Company We Keep marked the

Confessions of a Misfit Entrepreneur: How to succeed

While most small business owners network before breakfast and hustle 24/7, Kate Toon took a different approach.She built her business

Conscientious Equity: An American Entrepreneur’s

Neal Asbury argues that moving away from intransigent political ideologies and toward a world driven by international commerce allows us

Corporate Homicide?: The Remarkable Inside Stories

They were untouchable. They were blue chip corporations, legends in world business and everyone believed they were indestructible: Those icons

Cousins Maine Lobster: How One Food Truck Became a

“Required Reading,” The New York Post From the co-founders of the smash hit Cousins Maine Lobster food trucks comes a

Disciplined Growth Strategies: Insights from the Growth

Accelerate your company’s growth in a disciplined fashion. This book provides leaders of large and small companies a proven comprehensive

Discovering Your WHY: A Journey to Wholeness

‘Discovering Your Why, A Journey to Wholeness’ is a vulnerable look at the journey to wholeness for one who is

Dynamics among Nations: The Evolution of Legitimacy

An innovative view of the changing geopolitical landscape that draws on the science of complex adaptive systems to understand changes

Dysfunctional Inspiration

Arthur Greeno ran in from the cool Wisconsin air at Silver Birch Ranch to take a call from his mother.

El mercado para la libertad (Spanish Edition)

Este libro es de una gran profundidad, escrito desde la razón, en el lenguaje del hombre común , con un

F*ck School be a Boss

Don’t get me wrong school is good, depending on what you are trying to accomplish in life?! Are you trying

Fair Trade? Its Prospects as a Poverty Solution

Fair Trade is an enormously popular idea in Christian and secular circles alike. Who, after all, could be against fairness?

Five Plus One: The Entrepreneurs Formula for Success

Chas Wilson, President and Co-founder of Master Networks, in his new book: Five + One: The Entrepreneurs Formula for Success

FoxTales: Behind the Scenes at Fox Software

Much has been written about the battles that rage between software companies over market share. FoxTales is the story of

FREEDOM How to Understand and Apply the Concept

This is an essay explaining the nature of individual freedom and its role as the foundation of personal safety, peace,

Game Changer: The Remarkable Story of Caroline’s

Drew Ann Long was a mom of three who had a problem: how to navigate the grocery store with three

Golden boys: Vivir en los mercados (Spanish Edition)

Quiénes son y cómo viven los “golden boys”, esos argentinos que se hicieron un lugar en el exigente mundo de

Growing Up Metric: Real-Life Business Insights for



When the words “Gun Control” are mentioned, almost everyone has been conditioned to believe that what must be meant is

How To Build a Piano Bench: Lessons for Success from

A Humble Philosophy for Great Success“Get an education, get off Petain Street, and amount to something.” These are the words

How to Catch a Shark

To understand a little more about what this book is about, here is a recap on a couple of chapters.

I’m Still Here: From Heart Failure to Heart of

His message is clear, personal, and powerful…Johnnie serves as an example of possibility, a model for transformation, and a grateful

Innovation in Emerging Markets (International Political

Innovation is sweeping the globe at breakneck speed, and emerging markets are where tremendous growth and opportunity reside. Jerry Haar

Innovation Secrets from the Front Lines: A Business

If you’re like many business leaders, you’re familiar with the potential that innovation can bring to your organization. What prevents

Inspiring Leadership

How will this book benefit you? Do you consider yourself to be a successful leader, or do you aspire to

Jordan Marsh: New England’s Largest Store (Landmarks)

Jordan Marsh opened its first store in 1851 on Milk Street in Boston selling assorted dry goods. Following the Civil

Jumping into the Parade: The Leap of Faith That Made

On the outside, it looked like Tim Brown was living the American Dream.After overcoming a difficult childhood in a dysfunctional

Just Frank: My Life as an Intrepid Inventor

FRANK REICK WAS BORN to invent. He’sbeen inventing since he was five andhas forty patents and inventions to show forit.

Life in the Turn Lane: A Story of Personal and Corporate

Jim Patton thought he was dreaming big. His life-long financial goal was to make $20 an hour. But latent business

Life Through the Rearview Mirror

“You never know what surprising developments might be around the corner in life. I had always thought that I would

Life’s Bulldozer Moments: How Adversity Leads

Donato Tramuto felt bulldozed by life as a child when he lost most of his hearing to an ear infection

Living Proof

Living Proof tells the story of how, in just a few short years, Connecticut natives Adam and Pete took Onyx

Make it Your Business: Dare to Climb the Ladder of

In Make It Your Business, Sylvia Montero tells the story of her journey from the plantation shack in Puerto Rico

Manufacturing a Better Future for America

There has never been a more critical time to rebuild the foundation of America’s economy. President Obama and Federal Reserve

Money Connection: Clarity, Release and Connection

This book is a manual, it is effective and easy to apply. I am not providing long stories and have

More than Money: Five Forms of Capital to Create Wealth

Is poverty inevitable? No, says author Paul Godfrey. More than Money shows how organizations can win the fight against poverty