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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Free Business eBooks

I like getting something for nothing. I think a lot of people do. So, here are links to three business eBooks for you to download. Just click on the eBook title to take you to the download page. No charge. No opt-in. Just download ‘em and enjoy ‘em.


Success & Motivation

by Mark Cuban

You know him as the outspoken owner of the NBA Dallas Mavericks and as an investor on TV’s “Shark Tank”. Here, self-made billionaire Cuban recounts his story from his days as a twenty-four year-old living with five friends in a three-bedroom house, to getting his first job, to starting his first business, demonstrating the values that led to his success.

Leading Transformation and Captivating Communities
by Brian Solis


Digital analyst, sociologist, and futurist, Brian Solis discusses how social, mobile, real-time, and all other emerging trends are affecting your industries, communities, or markets and how these new tools can bring people together and unite them under a common front or concerted mission. 

"It All Starts With ASense of Urgency
by John Kotter

Best-selling author of books such as Leading Change, A Sense of Urgency and Buy-In John Kotter suggests that a true sense of urgency is becoming immeasurably important and that real urgency is an essential asset that must be -- and can be -- created and re-created.

These eBooks have been produced as “manifestos” defined as "a short, actionable book that is given away to spread ideas and help connect with like-minded people." Some of them are newer and some are older (e.g., the Mark Cuban manifesto was written about 8 years ago when he was on the TV show “The Benefactor”) but the information is still sound and applicable to business today.

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