101 Things You Didn't Learn in Harvard Business School

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Laura Bell, Jun 1, 2009 - Economics - 238 pages
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'101' covers the basic Principles of Economics in terms that even the most mediocre of students will be able to grasp. It then extrapolates these basic values into the convoluted landscape the politicians and businessmen have gotten us into.

Economics always sounds confusing and even daunting to the point of terrifying if you listen to the newscasters. It doesn't have to be and nothing will make it clearer than the guidelines presented in this book.

STOP IN THE NAME OF LOGIC!
Before you make another decision that deals with your life or business, read '101!' You will learn how to deal effectively with: choosing a career
buying a home
using your credit cards
planning for retirement
training you kids in how to deal with money

All decisions have an effect today and years down the road. Most political mistakes are made because they don't grasp the long term effect. Reading this book will make you wiser in every facet of your life.

Join the fans of Laura's writing:
You taught me all I need to know about marketing
Laura's writing is all you need to get the take on business
Boy you sure get things right.

 

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Contents

Author
1
The Economy
37
Business Basics
51
Entrepreneurship
97
Marketing
115
Personal Finance
125
Investing
145
Real Estate
155
Politics and the Economy
163
Teaching our Children
179
Changes in Business because of the Recession Error Bookmark not defined
188
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