Uncommon Sense: Investment Wisdom Since the Stock Market's Dawn [EPUB]

Uncommon Sense: Investment Wisdom Since the Stock Market's Dawn [EPUB]
Uncommon Sense: Investment Wisdom Since the Stock Market's Dawn by Michael Kemp
2015 | EPUB + PDF | 1.17/5.14MB

Question everything – and become a better investor in the process

Uncommon Sense takes readers on a four-century journey; from the dawn of public share ownership (in 1602) right up to today. But this is not simply a history book. It's a book for serious investors. Along the way it reveals the fascinating stories, the market characters and the important financial developments that have sculpted the thinking behind the value investor's craft. Blended throughout the narrative Kemp delivers an array of interesting anecdotes and rock solid logic regarding what works when investing in the stock market, what doesn't, and why.

Early in the 20th Century, Charles Dow remarked of Wall Street Operators that 'the more they actually know, the less confident they become.' Continuing in the tradition of that simple, elegant statement, this enlightening and entertaining book will have you thinking, acting and succeeding on your own in your investment endeavours.

  • Learn to question conventional wisdom at every turn and develop a healthy skepticism as you plan your own investment strategies
  • Develop a rich understanding of the stock valuation process
  • Discover the methods that have been used by successful investors from the dawn of the modern stock market (in 1602) right up to today
  • Learn how to interact simply and successfully with markets that are vastly complex and largely inexplicable

Uncommon Sense will have you questioning and doubting much that's stated about stock market investing, then developing your own winning strategy based on reason and understanding.

Negotiation Manipulation Moves [EPUB]

Negotiation Manipulation Moves [EPUB]
Negotiation Manipulation Moves: Smart And Acceptable Manipulation Tactics You Can Employ To Turn The Negotiation Odds In Your Favor by Asaf Shani
2014 | EPUB + MOBI | 0.5/0.6MB

Drawing from his vast experience in the field of negotiation, Asaf Shani offers in this book, ‘Negotiation Manipulation Moves’ strategies that will make you a better negotiator.

'Better' in the sense that you'll be able to maximize your bottom line results along with retaining, and even increasing, the other side's satisfaction while still sticking to your ethical code.

By understanding the mechanism of manipulation in the context of negotiation and going through the negotiation manipulation moves offered in this book, one can take his negotiation abilities to the next level, become more aware of where to draw the line between the do's and don'ts and learn to better cope with negotiation manipulation moves done on him.

Asaf Shani is an international public speaker, trainer and consultant on the subject of confrontational situations: conflicts and negotiations. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and accountancy and two master degrees in Law and Philosophy.

In this book, Asaf shares his hands-on knowledge, acquired over more than 16 years of experience during which he worked with global giants such as I.B.M, Microsoft, Intel, eBay, Coca-Cola and other businesses and individuals worldwide.

Fit: When Talent And Intelligence Just Won't Cut It [EPUB]

Fit: When Talent And Intelligence Just Won't Cut It [EPUB]
Fit: When Talent And Intelligence Just Won't Cut It by Warren Kennaugh
2015 | EPUB | 0.86MB

Understand where you fit to understand where you'll excel

Fit: When Talent and Intelligence Just Won't Cut It answers the fundamental performance questions that people have asked for generations. Why is that some individuals are consistently high performers, how do they keep performing in varying situations, organisations and contexts, why can some people just not seem to be able to crack that code, and why do some individuals perform exceptionally well in certain organisations but not in others? This fresh new book challenges current thinking about the war for talent and the role intelligence plays in high performance sport and business. Over 3,000 profiles of elite corporate managers and professional elites have been studied to find the answers as to why certain individuals consistently get exceptional results and why great talent doesn't transfer across teams and businesses.

Fit considers real live cases and well-known examples of spectacular successes and failures through the lens of the Hogan Personality Tools. This shows how elite performance is dependent on three things; understanding what role your behaviours are best suited to, what culture you perform your best in and how you're likely to derail your career. Armed with this knowledge, this innovative text allows you to connect the dots on your past performances and prepares you to find roles, organisations and teams which best fit you - opening the door for elite performance. Instead of talent management and changing behaviour, look to Fit as a key to your performance improvement. You'll find that performance does not have a one-size-fits-all formula - it is bespoke, personal and different for each individual.

  • Understand how you can align your natural style with the right roles to achieve elite performance in your professional and personal lives
  • Appreciate your unique behavioural patterns that impact personal and team success
  • Discover that true success is not totally dependent on talent and intelligence, but on discovering what you're good at and where you fit.

Fit: When Talent and Intelligence Just Won't Cut It unearths the hidden traits of elite performance and enables you to find your fit to further enhance your engagement and success.

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