Dotcom Secrets is a hands-on guide to digital marketing and growing online businesses by harnessing the power of the internet and the new face of marketing through sales funnels and many other digital products well-explained by Russell Brunson, the multimillionaire who founded ClickFunnels.
Testing Business Ideas highlights the importance of trial and error, learning from mistakes and prototypes, and always improving your offerings in a business, so as to bring a successful product to the market that will sell instead of causing you troubles.
Cryptoassets is your guide to understanding this revolutionary new digital asset class and explains the history of Bitcoin, how to invest in it and other cryptocurrencies, and how the blockchain technology behind it all works.
The Design Of Everyday Things helps you understand why your inability to use some products isn’t your fault but instead is the result of bad design and how companies can use the principles of cognitive psychology to implement better design principles that actually solve your problems without creating more of them.
Manufacturing Consent reveals how the upper class controls and skews the news to get the masses to believe whatever serves them best.
No Logo uses four parts, including “No Space,” “No Choice,” “No Jobs,” and “No Logo,” to explain the growth of brand power since the 1980s, how the focus of companies on image rather than products has affected employees, and to identify those who fight against large corporations and their brands.
Spark teaches you how to become an influential, un-fireable asset to your team at work by taking on the role of a leader regardless of your position, utilizing the power of creative thinking to make better decisions, and learning how to be more self-aware and humble.
by Clara Lobina
Start Something That Matters encourages you to overcome your fear of the unknown and create a business that not only makes money but also helps people, even if you have few resources to start with.
If we want to grow our businesses, we have to be willing to put ourselves in semi-uncomfortable situations.
Hiring Success highlights the importance of the human resource for any company and describes a successful business approach that focuses on finding highly trained and skilled future employees as a source of competitive advantage on the market.