Entrepreneurial You

The world of work is changing and we’re shifting toward an ever more self-reliant, entrepreneurial, economy. That can be a liberating force, and many professionals dream of becoming independent, whether by starting their own businesses, becoming consultants or developing a sideline.

But how do you actually make money doing what you love? You may have incredible talent and novel ideas, but figuring out how to get started, building your reputation, developing multiple revenue streams, and bringing in a steady flow of new clients can be a daunting prospect.

Dorie Clark, a successful entrepreneur and author, has done it all. And in Entrepreneurial You she provides a blueprints for professional independence – a hands-on guide to building a portfolio of traditional and online revenue streams so that you can liberate yourself.

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Entrepreneurial You

The world of work is changing and we’re shifting toward an ever more self-reliant, entrepreneurial, economy. That can be a liberating force, and many professionals dream of becoming independent, whether by starting their own businesses, becoming consultants or developing a sideline.

But how do you actually make money doing what you love? You may have incredible talent and novel ideas, but figuring out how to get started, building your reputation, developing multiple revenue streams, and bringing in a steady flow of new clients can be a daunting prospect.

Dorie Clark, a successful entrepreneur and author, has done it all. And in Entrepreneurial You she provides a blueprints for professional independence – a hands-on guide to building a portfolio of traditional and online revenue streams so that you can liberate yourself.

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Psyched Up

In Psyched Up, journalist Daniel McGinn dives into the latest psychological research and interviews athletes, soldiers, entertainers, and others who, despite years of practice and enviable track records, will ultimately be judged on their ability to deliver a solid performance when it’s their turn to shine.
McGinn reveals why trying to calm your backstage jitters can be worse for your performance than channeling it into excitement; how meaningless rituals can do more to prepare you in the final moments than last-minute rehearsal; and how a prescription from your doctor could help you unleash your best skills.
McGinn separates the facts from the old wives’ tales and shares new, research driven strategies for activating your talent, optimizing your emotions, and getting psyched up to take the spotlight.

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