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Лайфхаки влиятельных людей. 50 способов стать лидером

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The Money Navigator The Essential Guide to Living Your Ideal Financial Life

Navigate Your Way to Financial Freedom The road to financial well-being is complex. En route, you face an overwhelming variety of complicated choices—from deciding which job to take to determining how best to spend or save—that can impact your financial life in ways that are often difficult to predict. Author Paul Bennett knows there is no decision that is not connected to your financial well-being. With over twenty-five years of experience, as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional he also knows that navigating those decisions doesn’t have to be so hard. The Money Navigator examines: • Key insights into human economic behavior • Reasons why investors make poor decisions • Why financial and insurance products are so misunderstood • How a Money Navigator—a full-scale CFP®—can help you invest well and manage your financial life with ease. ?With fresh insights and real-life examples backed up by in-depth research, each chapter of The Money Navigator offers you practical takeaways for you particular situation, whether you find yourself on the cusp of retirement, are already retired, or are facing a life transition. Bennett’s expert navigation and advice propels you toward the life you always imagined and equips you with the tools to attain your goals.

Muslims, Money, and Democracy in Turkey Reluctant Capitalists

This book contextualizes the rise of a neo-Islamic Turkish bourgeoisie class with a particular reference to the relationship between Islam and Capitalism, and makes the argument for their ultimate compatibility . Additionally, the claim is made that the formation of this new socio-economic class has been detrimental to Turkey's efforts to consolidate its democracy. In order to analyze these processes, an Islamic-oriented young business group, Economic Entrepreneurship and Business Ethic Association (IGIAD), was taken as a case study. Drawing on fieldwork in examining IGIAD’S mission, vision, and activities, the book argues that such associations were born as a response to increasing tension between capitalism and Islam, with the aim of creating a ‘moral’ economy within global capitalism.

The Death of Money The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System

“The next financial collapse will resemble nothing in history. . . . Deciding upon the best course to follow will require comprehending a minefield of risks, while poised at a crossroads, pondering the death of the dollar.” The international monetary system has collapsed three times in the past hundred years, in 1914, 1939, and 1971. Each collapse was followed by a period of tumult: war, civil unrest, or significant damage to the stability of the global economy. Now James Rickards, the acclaimed author of Currency Wars, shows why another collapse is rapidly approaching—and why this time, nothing less than the institution of money itself is at risk.

Money in the Great Recession Did a Crash in Money Growth Cause the Global Slump

No issue is more fundamental in contemporary macroeconomics than identifying the causes of the recent Great Recession. The standard view is that the banks were to blame because they took on too much risk, 'went bust' and had to be bailed out by governments. However very few banks actually had losses in excess of their capital. The counter-argument presented in this stimulating new book is that the Great Recession was in fact caused by a collapse in the rate of change of the quantity of money. This was the result of a mistimed and inappropriate tightening of banks' capital regulations, which had vicious deflationary consequences at just the wrong point in the business cycle. Central bankers and financial regulators made serious mistakes. The book's argument echoes that on the causes of the Great Depression made by Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz in their classic book A Monetary History of the United States. Offering an alternative monetary explanation of the Great Recession, this book is essential reading for all economists working in macroeconomics and monetary economics. It will also appeal to those interested in the wider public policy debates arising from the crisis and its aftermath. Contributors include: P. Booth, J.E. Castañeda, T. Congdon, C. Goodhart, S. Hanke, D. Laidler, A. Ridley, R. Skidelsky, R. Thomas

The Energy Wise Home Practical Ideas for Saving Energy, Money, and the Planet

When picking out a home, there are a number of aspects to keep in mind: location, size, and layout. One issue that many people neglect is energy conservation, which is quickly becoming one of the most important aspects of modern life. How do make your home energy wise? Where do you start? What aspects of home living can affect, and be affected by, our energy choices? This task can be momentous and intimidating. The Energy Wise Home: Practical Ideas for Saving Energy, Money, and the Planet makes it easy. Jeff Dondero walks you through your home’s walls, doors, windows, and roof, room by room and appliance by appliance, breaking them down into simple terms so that you can make the smartest energy and resource choices possible. He even covers gardens and garages, explaining what household items cost to run, how to conserve energy when using them, giving guidance on what’s sustainable and what isn’t. This encyclopedic manual is very helpful for understanding the machine that is your house, and how to keep it maintained and running well and “green” while saving you money. This guide is a great fit to make sure that you make the best of your home and the resources that power and run it. Conservation in the home is something that you owe to yourself, your family, and your planet.

Tony Sopranos America Gangster's, Guns, and Money

Widely regarded as one of the greatest television series of all time, The Sopranos is also considered one of the most significant achievements in contemporary American culture. IThe series spearheaded the launch of a new wave of quality programming that has transformed the way people watch, experience, and talk about television. By chronicling the life and crimes of a New Jersey mobster, his family, and his cronies, The Sopranos examines deep themes at the heart of American life, particularly the country’s seedy underbelly. In Tony Soprano’s America: Gangsters, Guns, and Money, M. Keith Booker and Isra Daraiseh explore the central role of the series in American cultural history. While examining the elements that account for the show’s popularity and critical acclaim, the authors also contend that The Sopranos revolutionized the way audiences viewed television in general and cable programming as well. This book demonstrates how a show focused on an ethnic antihero somehow reflected common themes of contemporary American life, including ethnicity, class, capitalism, therapy, and family dynamics. Providing a sophisticated yet accessible account of the groundbreaking series—a show that rivals film and literature for its beauty and stunning characterization of modern life—this book engages the reader with ideas central to the American experience. Tony Soprano’s America brings to life this profound television program in ways that will entertain, engage, and perhaps even challenge longtime viewers and critics.

The Map to Abundance The No Exceptions Guide to Money, Success, and Bliss

You’ve heard about the Law of Attraction. Maybe you’ve even tried to create abundance in your own life. Did you succeed? This author has. Boni went from living the nightmare (foreclosure and bankruptcy) to become a multi-millionaire—and she created it consciously. The power to create anything already exists within us. You are no exception. If you can think and feel, you can learn to work with energy to create abundance. The Map to Abundance will help you take your inborn creation abilities to the next level—the fully-conscious, totally-at-your-fingertips level, where money flows like water and joy is an everyday reality. Boni has created a literal “map” to help you change your relationship to money and abundance. You will learn: •Why money is different and why you need to approach it differently from anything else you manifest. •Step by step guidance to discover your hidden blockages to abundance and resolve them once and for all. •How to test yourself for limiting beliefs and (better yet) how to change them permanently. •How to tell when your energy is shifting towards an abundant future and how to accelerate that movement. •The actions to take in the physical world to anchor in the energetic changes you’re making. •How to shift and change your image around money so that when the abundance arrives you don’t un-create it. It’s time to claim the abundant life you were born to live. Are you ready to change your financial reality … forever?

Your Money Life Your 50's
Your Money Life Your 50's Sented by Luis

Our fifties--these are typically our prime earning years, as well as the decade when retirement begins to come within view, and it's perhaps our last opportunity to set our finances in order and work toward breaking our dependency on our income. While we may not actually retire until our sixties, the success of our retirement years could well depend on financial decisions we make in our fifties. In these years, we're managing debt (student loans, consumer debt, a mortgage) as well as assets, and smart management of both is critical. In this lively and fun book, personal finance expert Peter Dunn offers practical tips and strategies created specifically to address the financial concerns and goals of readers in their fifties. Learn to master the challenges of this important decade with YOUR MONEY LIFE: YOUR 50s.

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Money_USA-November_2017 Sented by Michael

Single issue magazine covers of personal finance topics ranging from investing, saving, retirement, taxes, and family finance. This issue features: Money November 2017 Retire Like Suze! ; How to Weather Life's Storms & Be Your Most Fabulous Self by Suze Orman!; A Trip to Suze's Island Paradise; The 7 Best Places to Retire; The Best Bank in Every State; 10 Richest People of All Time; and more.

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Money_USA-December_2017 Sented by Paul

Single issue magazine covers of personal finance topics ranging from investing, saving, retirement, taxes, and family finance. This issue features: Money December 2017 101 Ways to Make 1,000 Dollars - Earn, Save and Invest More in 2018; the Future of Shopping - Here's What the Stores of Tomorrow Look Like; Equifax Hack; How to Safeguard your credit for cheap; Your Year End Investment Checklist; 3 Mistakes That Can Derail Your Retirement; ; and more

Making Money with Donor Newsletters

Tom Ahern, one of the world's foremost authorities on donor communications, reveals the secrets behind highly successful and shockingly lucrative charity newsletters. Inside this fast and practical guide, you'll find all the training and checklists you need to succeed even if you're a novice, even if you don't consider yourself a professional writer. You'll discover the trailblazing Domain Formula for print newsletters, a guaranteed money-maker countless charities have adopted. You'll learn best practices for e-newsletters, too. You'll steer clear of the nine common fatal flaws that kill most newsletters. And you'll see why a strong newsletter is vital to improving donor retention ... one of today's highest priorities in fundraising.

Making Money in Sixteenth-Century France Currency, Culture, and the State

Coinage and currency―abstract and socially created units of value and power―were basic to early modern society. By controlling money, the people sought to understand and control their complex, expanding, and interdependent world. In Making Money in Sixteenth-Century France, Jotham Parsons investigates the creation and circulation of currency in France. The royal Cour des Monnaies centralized monetary administration, expanding its role in the emerging modern state during the sixteenth century and assuming new powers as an often controversial repository of theoretical and administrative expertise.The Cour des Monnaies, Parsons shows, played an important role in developing the contemporary understanding of money, as a source of both danger and opportunity at the center of economic and political life. More practically, the Monnaies led generally successful responses to the endemic inflation of the era and the monetary chaos of a period of civil war. Its work investigating and prosecuting counterfeiters shone light into a picaresque world of those who used the abstract and artificial nature of money for their own ends. Parsons's broad, multidimensional portrait of money in early modern France also encompasses the literature of the age, in which money's arbitrary and dangerous power was a major theme.

Leveraging Your Financial Intelligence At the Intersection of Money, Health, and Happiness

Smart financial decisions boost more than your bottom line—they'll make you healthier and happier too! Are you one of the 90% of people who are stressed about money? If so, you know it can take its toll on every part of your life. Financial health, physical health and happiness are profoundly interconnected. It's almost impossible to enjoy any one of these without the help of the other two. The authors describe this phenomenon as the intersection of money, health, and happiness.

Islamic Money and Banking Integrating Money in Capital Theory

This book examines how money, in the absence of interest (Riba) and money market can become an endogenous variable of an economic system. It further tries to integrate money in capital theory and to make monetary sector part of the real sector aiming at removing the problems that arise from separation of the two.

Financial Intimacy How to Create a Healthy Relationship with Your Money and Your Mate

There is a commonly held perception that we don’t talk about money. Actually, we talk about it all the time—we are just having the wrong conversation. The result: finances fracture and even destroy many relationships. In this timely book, money expert Jacquette M. Timmons addresses the financial issues that couples face, examining how family background, personal choices, and socioeconomic and cultural influences affect the way women merge love and money. Encouraging women first to explore their own relationship with money, she provides a framework for an honest exchange of information so partners can understand each other’s personal financial stories, the many emotions money elicits in them, and their financial preferences, prejudices, and tolerance levels. In these uncertain economic times, more and more couples are learning the hard way that a lack of financial intimacy can sabotage even the best relationships. Timmons gives women the tools they need to take the lead in the financial dialogue so they can live wealthy and well with their partner—in good times and bad.

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