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Making Your Net Work: Mastering the Art and Science of Career and Business Networking

BUSINESS | SKILLS Making Your Net Work: Mastering the Art and Science of Career and Business Networking gives you both a time-tested process and hundreds of tips from two veteran networking experts to help you get the best results from your networking. Learn from Billy Dexter who has created one successful leadership network after another […]

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A Woman’s Vault: Unlocking the 7 Secrets to a Remarkable Life

PERSONNAL DEVELOPMENT| MOTIVATIONAL A Woman’s Vault is a book that you’ll want to carry with you everywhere because of its ability to change your experience as a woman. Throughout each chapter you will unlock the 7 secrets to feminine power and creating a remarkable life. Although these secrets are not completely unknown, like the Golden […]

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The Trust Puzzle: How to Keep Your Company on the Ethical High Road

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT The Trust Puzzle is a fast-paced summary of the ethics questions facing business today. Frank Bucaro helps leaders focus on what’s important and keep the moral compass calibrated. This book is a reference that I can go back to again and again. — Matt Calabro, Chief Compliance Officer Northern Trust Asset Management […]

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Questioneering: The New Model for Innovative Leaders in the Digital Age

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT “A phenomenal job of synthesizing the wisdom of experience with the reality of executives who thought they were doing the right thing but jumped to the ‘predictable’ solutions based on their own biases, agenda or tactical reality.” — Richard J. Cantwell, Affiliate at MIT “Bradley uses simple terms and tried-and-true teaching strategies to […]

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Peak Your Profits! The Explosive Business-Growth System

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT “Loaded with ideas to maximize your profits. The time for breaking records is now!” – Jeffrey Gitomer, author of The Little Red Book of Selling “This great book will work miracles in your career…and your life!” —Og Mandino, Author/Speaker “This fast-moving, entertaining book is ‘must’ reading for every person who is serious […]

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The White Chamber (De witte Kamer)

THRILLER In a park in Leiden, a passer-by makes a shocking discovery: an emaciated body with the number 5 carved into its stomach. The victim used to work as a journalist for a well-known newsmagazine and disappeared a few months ago, leaving a goodbye note. Detective Léon Coeur was suspended after a shooting incident and […]

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Live and Let Live (Leven en laten leven)

LITERARY FICTION ‘Once again, [Hendrik’s] observations of human behavior are as sharp as they are witty.’ — Algemeen Dagblad ‘Sounds like a light version of Herman Koch.’ — Trouw ‘How brilliant [Hendrik] is, again! Of course the story is very different, but you immediately recognize his trademark, villainous humor and enjoyable style.’ — Amber Martensen, […]

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Cats in History (Chats : Les 100 qui ont fait l’histoire)

ANIMALS | HISTORY 100 cats who made history! Cats escort historical great men and women ever since Antiquity! Dorica Lucaci intend to offer us a book gathering 100 cats’ portraits who had a role in history. On the menu: Egyptian cats, Napoleon, second world war or Stalingrad’s battle cats, Cathar cats, the Templar’s ones… Obviously, the […]

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The Secret Philosophy of Birds (Petite philosophie secrète des oiseaux)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT | WELL-BEING There is a lot we can learn from the birds. Through thirty little lessons of wisdom, inspired from how they live, this book invites us to re-centre our lives and pay closer attention to our natural inner needs. Proving that help sometimes comes from the most unlikely of sources, this lovely […]

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As You See Me. The Story of a Girl Who Was Meant to Be a Boy (Telle que tu me vois. L’Histoire d’une fille qui aurait dû être un garçon)

PERSONAL ACCOUNT A true lesson of life, courage, and love. — Janette Magazine The fresh and touching account, full of humour, of a young girl who discovered at the age of fifteen that she should have been born a boy. How to construct a life as a woman after this discovery? Could you forgive your […]

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