Get Rich in a Niche shows you how to be a niche expert in three well explained steps
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The core message of this book is about adopting a new thinking lifestyle. It starts with the total elimination of Toxic Thinking, to amplify the positive energy of your dreams and desires, consequently getting you what you want. What you want, wants you. It enables you to experience extraordinary encounter with positive vibrations, to unleash and be unstoppable. The consistent flow and alignment of your desires with the universe will transform you to become Law of Attraction in action! When you have this book in your hands, you possess a road-map licence to financial freedom, coupled to robust healthy life with unprecedented speed. I am very impressed with Babatunde s determination and ability to move into action. I hope this book moves you into action to become a Money Magnet. I have spoken to thousands of people and I m impressed with the creative doctrines in Babatunde s work! Jean-Guy Francoeur Author, Messy Manager I highly endorse this book because it integrates all the success recipes YOU require if you have the will to grow rich with speed. Super Dave Ogunnaike Author, The Millionaire Genius If you shift your paradigm, as Babatunde has suggested, you will be able to create wealth for yourself. His ideas are worth considering. I especially liked the idea of the Wallet Technique. Paula Baynes Writer/Editor www. designedcontent.com
The Ostrich Effect goes beyond the typical 'how to' approach of most books that deal with difficult conversations at work. It aims to teach the reader what conversations to have, and when to have them in order to solve destructive problems that occur in the workplace.
Like the proverbial ostrich with its head in the sand, when people avoid confronting small issues at work, they escalate and wreak havoc. Drawing on a combination of social science research, and Kahn's practical experience as an organizational psychologist, the book examines the micro-processes that underlie the way in which these problems develop and flourish. These micro-processes are tiny, fleeting, and hardly noticeable, but when they are identified, something startling becomes apparent: there is a predictable pattern to this escalation. The book uses a variety of examples to demonstrate this pattern across a range of organizations and industries, and offers a toolkit to help guide the reader in resolving people problems at work.
By having the right conversations at the right time, people can stop these problems before they spiral out of control. The toolkit focuses not on changing others, but on changing how we interact with others - our own behavior is the most powerful force for change that we have. The ostrich remains the symbol of those of us who foolishly ignore our problems while hoping that they will magically disappear. By identifying this 'ostrich effect', the reader is empowered to reframe and neutralize its impact.
This book is about a journey to become the father, not only we are destined to be, but we need to be. Not only does our family need us to lead, but so does the world around us. The world needs more examples of what a father truly is. It is frightening how many children are growing up without a father or even a positive male role model in their life. This is important because every boy grows up with a hero image in his mind of the kind of man he wants to be, and every girl has a hero image that colors her idea of the man she wants to marry. How can a boy grow up to be a man or a girl grow up and know which qualities to look for in a partner, if there is no example to follow. We're born with survival instincts, instincts on what it is to be a male - but not a Man and there is a huge difference! This difference is so significant that I believe it could solve so many of the problems our society faces today. The eight Principles are: 1. Man in the Mirror 2. True Strength is What's Inside 3. To Thy Own Self, be True 4. Defining Success 5. Creating an Environment for Success 6. The Art of Marriage 7. Understanding Our Children 8. Keep Moving Forward The eight principles in this book are a summary of my experiences gained from becoming a Master in Tae Kwon Do, a practitioner of Wing Chun, being an entrepreneur, working the corporate life whilst balancing being a husband and a father of two. Today who I am and how I raise my family and live my life is attributed to who I am as a martial artist and of course by being molded by my father's example
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