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Business Bookshelf Reads making the rounds

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Business Bookshelf: Reads making the rounds

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  • Top sellers:

    Own Your Success: The Power to Choose Greatness and Make Every Day Victorious

    Ben Newman

    John Wiley & Sons, 130 pages

    Create Distinction: What to Do When ‘Great’ Isn’t Good Enough to Grow Your Business

    Scott McKain

    Greenleaf Book Group, 246 pages

    Alternative Answer: The Nontraditional Investments That Drive the World’s Best-Performing Portfolios

    Bob Rice

    HarperBusiness, 288 pages



Here are recent best-selling business books for July from 800-CEO-READ:

•  “Own Your Success” – What if you could make each and every day victorious by focusing on daily activities rather than obsessing over results that you can’t control? Based on author Ben Newman’s popular program, this book gives you the power to make each day a triumph. The most successful people find great success when they focus on having a passion for the process.

• “Create Distinction” – Are you making all the right moves in your career and still not receiving the recognition you have earned? The author’s lays out the cornerstones of distinction and equips you with the specific tools and knowledge you need to stand out. Learn how to rise above the fray and make your work unmistakable.

•  “Alternative Answer” – A rainbow of investment options – timber, start-ups, master limited partnerships (MLPs), hedged strategies, managed futures, infrastructure, peer-to-peer lending, farmland and dozens of other nontraditional strategies – can provide dramatically better gains, with less total risk, than the standard choices. The author leads a tour of this world, and explains that stocks and bonds alone aren’t nearly enough. MCT and Booksamillion.com

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