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The Tea Party & The Tyrant: Liberty v/s Tyranny

“The Tea Party & The Tyrant:L Liberty v/s Tyranny” by Felton (Toby) Williamson, Jr is a compilation of 33 articles and 79 illustrations.  As the author declares, the book has Thomas Paine content presented with a Dr. Seuss format. In the foreword to the book, Williamson explains that the book “is an attempt to provide …

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Persistent Objector and Customary International Law

The average person may have never heard the term Persistent Objector or know much (if anything) about international laws.  This book will eliminate that ignorance.  For those without a background in Latin the first few chapters may be a bit tough, only because some of the names/words are historic and hard to pronounce.  But if …

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Book review: Ivy League Wealth Secrets: That the Master Planners don’t want you to know! by Keith R. Soltis

Do not expect this book to tell you how to buy a house with no money down, create turnkey websites that will generate thousands of dollars or any of the other late night infomercial schpeels that you see every day!  This book is about knowledge and how to use that knowledge to make sure that …

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Book Review: An Unimaginable Journey: How Pepal Beat the Odds in Romania by Aviad Meitar

“An Unimaginable Journey” by Aviad Meitar is an inspiring story. The author has a clear and easy to read writing style and he is not without a sense of humor. Put all of this together and Meitar’s readers will definitely enjoy his first-hand recounting of the sixteen year journey detailed in this book. Meitar’s story …

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Book Review: The Dung Beetle Manager by Scott W. Dunlap

This is a book like none other I have ever read.  In fact, I’m not even sure which genre it best belongs in (neither is the author); autobiography, management, humor…it runs the gamut of options.  But the one thing that is certain is this is a new take on management and the workplace. From the …

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Book Review: A Complete Guide to Public Speaking by Joseph A. Grippo

The author, Joseph A. Grippo, who has been in the corporate world for a couple of decades, gave quite a few presentations himself throughout the years. Being a great speaker in front of an audience is not easy and takes a lot of practice. In addition, a couple of small known tricks that may even …

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Book Review: Ticket to the Limit by Randy Cohen

From the moment I picked this book up, I was hooked.  Randy Cohen has an infectious personality that jumps out at you!  If this guy is this dynamic in print he must be amazing in person.  His ability to grab the reader and make it feel as though he is in your room talking right …

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Book review: The Missing Keys to Thriving in Any Real Estate Market by Eddie Godshalk

I found Eddie Godshalk’s new book, “The Missing Keys to Thriving in Any Real Estate Market,” very enlightening.  There are so many factors to consider when you look at the real estate market today.  While I may not be a real estate investor or professional, I found the information laid out by the author to …

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Book Review: Personal Finance Tips for You: Tips You Can Use to Help You With Your Personal Finances by Nocita Carter

If you are one of the millions of Americans that are suffering with financial problems then Nocita Carter’s new book, “Personal Finance Tips for You,”  is your answer.  The book is small enough to fit in your pocket, briefcase or purse so you can take it with you to read whenever you have a break. …

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Book Review: No Limits – How I Escaped the Clutches of Corporate America to Live the Self-Employed Life of My Dreams by Sara Morgan

“No Limits- How I Escaped the Clutches of Corporate America to Live the Self-Employed Life of My Dreams” is a very inspiring book. If you currently are employed within corporate America and have dreams of starting your own business, I think that “No Limits” will give you the extra push that you need to go …

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