Recharge: Lessons to Revitalise Yourself, Your Team or Your Business in 60 Minutes or Less

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 21, 2011 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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Do you need a RECHARGE?

Most people do. Even the most talented people get bogged down every now and again.

The main cause of business failure is the failure to take action because making the first move can be hard! But you can start reading this book!

Recharge will revitalise your entire approach to business. Each of the 52 performance-enhancing lessons is designed to be read, absorbed and acted on in 60 minutes or less: from your management style to your financial decision-making to self-motivation. Inside you'll find jargon-free information that will help you achieve many of the things you have been putting off for months, or even years.

Written for entrepreneurs, small business owners, executives, managers and employees, Recharge provides simple but powerful tools to:

  • Get you over a hump
  • Get through an issue
  • Get fired up
  • Get into action!

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I have so many business books that I've read, enjoyed, got a bunch of ideas from and then put on the shelf and forgotten about. This one is different!
With 52 easy to read sections in a logical yet
discrete order, it's the perfect book to keep handy for when you need it. For regular strategy or 'recharge' meetings, when you have a question about something and need a quick way to get some advice, or just when you are finding yourself completely bogged down in the day to day activities of running a business.
Alan has years of experience in business and the next best thing to having him with you, is his book of tips, strategies and activies within easy reach. I would strongly encourage you to try this one today.

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About the author (2011)

Alan Hargreaves has spent 35 years in international finance and business consulting. His private equity and advisory services span IT, media, property, finance, communications and retail. He is a sought-after business speaker and executive mentor.

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