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release date: Jun 29, 2015
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The End of Jobs: Money, Meaning and Freedom Without the 9-to-5

#1 Bestseller in Business and Money, Small Business, Entrepreneurship and International Economics

A Top 3 'Start Your Own Business' Book -Inc Magazine

The rapid development of technology and globalization has changed the leverage points in accumulating wealth: money, meaning and freedom.

Those that don’t adapt are becoming trapped in the downward spiral of a dying middle class - working harder and earning less.

Entrepreneurs that understand the new paradigm, have created unprecedented wealth in their lives and the lives of those they love.

The End of Jobs combines the broad history of a Sapiens, the latest science of a Thinking Fast and Slow, the entrepreneurial oomph of a Rich Dad, Poor Dad or Zero to One with the motivational push of a Tony Robbins.

In This Book You’ll Learn:

— Why the century-long growth in wages came to a halt in 2000.

— Why MBAs and JDs can’t get jobs and what that means for the future of work and your job.

— Why The Theory of Constraints and a shift into the Fourth Economy has made entrepreneurship the highest-leveraged career path for the young and ambitious.

— Why The Turkey Problem means accounting may be the riskiest profession in the 21st century while entrepreneurship may be the safest.

— How entrepreneurs with second-rate degrees are leveraging the radical democracy of the Long Tail to get rich.

— How the Stair Step Method and return of apprenticeships have transformed the “entrepreneurial leap" to make entrepreneurship at large, and small business entrepreneurship in particular, more accessible than ever.

— The scientific research on how giving up balanced living and embracing integrated living leads to more money, more meaning, and more freedom.

— Why a 20th century world view to career search questions like “What career is right for me?” and “How do I find a career?” could be the source of your frustration (and a better way to think about it)

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Full Recorded Interviews with the Ten Entrepreneurs featured in The End of Jobs detailing how they launched their own successful businesses.

Taylor’s 67 must-read business books and the best entrepreneur books to fuel your entrepreneurial career.

49 tools and templates to save you hundreds of hours when launching and growing a business.

A Ninety-Day goal setting template to translate the book into actionable steps

Access to a private community to discuss the book and get support from a community of like-minded individuals to inspire, motivate, and assist each other in seeking out apprenticeships, your career search and other elements around “how to find a career” and other career guidance questions like “what career is right for me?”

Who Should Read This Book?

Early Stage Entrepreneurs - If you’re already involved in small business entrepreneurship, but doubting yourself and wondering if you made a smart choice to abandon the traditional career path? In Chapter 5, The Turkey Problem, you’ll learn the difference between real and perceived risk and why Entrepreneurship is a smarter choice than ever.

Established Entrepreneurs - Do you have friends, family or team members that don’t understand their choices? In chapters 12 through 14 you’ll understand how to explain the fundamental drives of your ambition.

Students - Are you looking for career guidance? Considering getting another degree as opposed to starting a business or going to work for an entrepreneurial business? Before you invest hundreds of thousands of dollars, read Chapter 3 to understand why credentials are getting less valuable even as degrees get more expensive.
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release date: Jan 10, 2014
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Robot Ethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Robotics (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents)

Prominent experts from science and the humanities explore issues in robot ethics that range from sex to war.

Robots today serve in many roles, from entertainer to educator to executioner. As robotics technology advances, ethical concerns become more pressing: Should robots be programmed to follow a code of ethics, if this is even possible? Are there risks in forming emotional bonds with robots? How might society―and ethics―change with robotics? This volume is the first book to bring together prominent scholars and experts from both science and the humanities to explore these and other questions in this emerging field.

Starting with an overview of the issues and relevant ethical theories, the topics flow naturally from the possibility of programming robot ethics to the ethical use of military robots in war to legal and policy questions, including liability and privacy concerns. The contributors then turn to human-robot emotional relationships, examining the ethical implications of robots as sexual partners, caregivers, and servants. Finally, they explore the possibility that robots, whether biological-computational hybrids or pure machines, should be given rights or moral consideration.

Ethics is often slow to catch up with technological developments. This authoritative and accessible volume fills a gap in both scholarly literature and policy discussion, offering an impressive collection of expert analyses of the most crucial topics in this increasingly important field.

release date: Sep 01, 2001
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Abandon Automobile: Detroit City Poetry 2001 (African American Life (Paperback))
Do poets' surroundings shape their viewpoint and work? Abandon Automobile seeks to address this question by bringing together the work of more than one hundred of Detroit's most acclaimed and accessible poets. Writing about location as if it were a living entity, these poets visualize Detroit as a variety of complex archetypes-the city becomes a savior, a beast, a nurturing mother, a seductress, a friend, an enemy. Like the city itself, the poetry represented is diverse and the poems are by turns tender, forceful, introspective, and vital. In the introduction to the volume, Melba Joyce Boyd and M. L. Liebler show how Detroit's poetry scene has changed over the years to embrace political movements and cultural transformations. Readers will find that one doesn't need to be a Detroit native to enjoy the many themes of this anthology. The exciting range of voices represented in this collection will appeal to anyone interested in poetry, regional literature, and urban life.
release date: Jun 30, 2006
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release date: May 31, 2018
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The Role
Mason Burroughs is an actor on the verge of giving up after being turned away at audition after audition. But his life changes when he bumps into Kevin Caldwell, an old crush from acting school. Kevin helps Mason land a role that could make him the next Broadway star. However, as rehearsals begin, Mason learns that there’s a lot more drama than just what’s on stage. With a personal trainer claiming he can mold his body to resemble a Greek statue, an underhanded understudy waiting in the wings to replace him, a megalomaniacal director, and Kevin hellbent on breaking up Mason and his boyfriend, Mason must choose how much he is willing to sacrifice to make his Broadway dream a reality.
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release date: Jun 21, 2021
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Fractured French; Freely Collected and Translated by ...
Fractured French
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release date: Feb 15, 2011
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Contra Mundum I - VII
This inaugural volume from Oslo Editions gathers edited transcripts from a series of talks held at the Mandrake, an artist-run bar in Los Angeles, on the theme of ''contra mundum'' or ''against the world.'' Taking its cue from Evelyn Waugh's 1945 novel Brideshead Revisited, the contributors consider the collective potential of (anti)sociality and the possibility of building your own world. Subjects include the furniture of Donald Judd, private issue New Age records, the animal as a subject in Hollywood, self-banishment in Shakespeare, zombie films, pirates and piracy, and Mark E. Smith, legendary vocalist for post-punk band, the Fall. Featuring contributions from artists Rupert Deese, Elad Lassry, Anthony Pearson and Frances Stark, and critics Aaron Kunin, Matthew Taylor Raffety, and Evan Calder Williams.
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release date: Dec 28, 2011
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Shareholder Democracies?: Corporate Governance in Britain and Ireland before 1850

Understanding the challenges of corporate governance is central to our comprehension of the economic dynamics driving corporations today. Among the most important institutions in capitalism today, corporations and joint-stock companies had their origins in Europe during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. And as they became more prevalent, the issue of internal governance became more pressing. At stake—and very much contested—was the allocation of rights and obligations among shareholders, directors, and managers.

This comprehensive account of the development of corporate governance in Britain and Ireland during its earliest stages highlights the role of political factors in shaping the evolution of corporate governance as well as the important debates that arose about the division of authority and responsibility. Political and economic institutions confronted similar issues, including the need for transparency and accountability in decision making and the roles of electors and the elected, and this book emphasizes how political institutions—from election procedures to assemblies to annual reporting—therefore provided apt models upon which companies drew readily. Filling a gap in the literature on early corporate economy, this book provides insight into the origins of many ongoing modern debates.

release date: Nov 01, 2016
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A Life Made with Artists: Doris Littrell and the Oklahoma Indian Art Scene
Some are born to paint. Others, to admire. And a few are born with the eye to spot great artistic talent and the passion to bring it to the world. Doris Littrell was always one of the latter. Whether tromping through mud to track down a promising canvas or whispering the needed word of encouragement in the ear of a struggling painter, she made her life with Native American artists. And in doing so, this longtime Oklahoma gallery owner helped make possible the contemporary Oklahoma Indian Art Movement. This is her true story--told in her words, in the words of the artists she championed, and those of the collectors who admired them both--graced by the art that Littrell loved so much. Book includes 32 pages of art by such renowned Native artists as Virginia Stroud, Robert Taylor, Mirac Creepingbear, and Benjamin Harjo.
release date: Jun 21, 2021
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Compound Fractured French
R Taylor has done forty-four mad illustrations especially for this book. and F. Pearson, who has been working his Muse overtime, has come up with another fabulous collection of his uninhibited translations from the French - which gain something in translation.
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