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Without Fail

Author : Lee Child
Publisher :
Page : 398 pages
File Size : 10,73 MB
Release : 2002
Category : Private investigators
ISBN : 9780593046883


Without Fail

Author : Lee Child
Publisher : Penguin
Page : 610 pages
File Size : 33,67 MB
Release : 2008-02-26
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1101052791


Jack Reacher takes aim at the White House in the sixth novel in Lee Child’s #1 New York Times bestselling series. DON'T MISS REACHER ON PRIME VIDEO! Skilled, cautious, and anonymous, Jack Reacher is perfect for the job: to assassinate the vice president of the United States. Theoretically, of course. A female Secret Service agent wants Reacher to find the holes in her system, and fast—because a covert group already has the vice president in their sights. They’ve planned well. There’s just one thing they didn’t plan on: Reacher.

Schools Without Failure

Author : William Glasser
Publisher :
Page : 292 pages
File Size : 10,40 MB
Release : 1975
Category : Education


We Shall Not Fail

Author : Celia Sandys
Publisher : Penguin
Page : 305 pages
File Size : 26,76 MB
Release : 2004-05-25
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 1591840449


An intimate expert on Sir Winston, his own granddaughter offers today’s business leaders insights on the leadership strategies that made Churchill great. There is a timelessness to Winston Churchill’s legacy for those who lead, regardless of their profession or title. Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was described as “Churchill in a Yankees cap” for his leadership during 9/11, wrote to Celia Sandys: "Your grandfather was a great source of inspiration and strength to me following the tragic events." Now, in We Shall Not Fail, Sandys has distilled the essential principles of leadership that guided Churchill throughout his remarkable career and highlights how you can apply them to your own work life. The lessons include: * Nothing works like simple passion for excellence * Encourage a culture where what counts is thinking, trying, and testing. * Champion innovators and protect them from bureaucrats. * Don’t allow different standards for top executives and entry-level workers. Drawing on vivid stories, letters, and speeches, Sandys reveals what we must learn if we are to lead in today’s tough business environment by studying the actions and words of a man who is still regarded as an inspirational colossus. “He was, in that overused but inevitable phrase, ‘larger than life.’ A leader. A man among men.”—Margaret Thatcher “One of the most progressive leaders the world has ever seen.”—Nelson Mandela

Why Startups Fail

Author : Tom Eisenmann
Publisher : Currency
Page : 370 pages
File Size : 22,88 MB
Release : 2021-03-30
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 0593137027


If you want your startup to succeed, you need to understand why startups fail. “Whether you’re a first-time founder or looking to bring innovation into a corporate environment, Why Startups Fail is essential reading.”—Eric Ries, founder and CEO, LTSE, and New York Times bestselling author of The Lean Startup and The Startup Way Why do startups fail? That question caught Harvard Business School professor Tom Eisenmann by surprise when he realized he couldn’t answer it. So he launched a multiyear research project to find out. In Why Startups Fail, Eisenmann reveals his findings: six distinct patterns that account for the vast majority of startup failures. • Bad Bedfellows. Startup success is thought to rest largely on the founder’s talents and instincts. But the wrong team, investors, or partners can sink a venture just as quickly. • False Starts. In following the oft-cited advice to “fail fast” and to “launch before you’re ready,” founders risk wasting time and capital on the wrong solutions. • False Promises. Success with early adopters can be misleading and give founders unwarranted confidence to expand. • Speed Traps. Despite the pressure to “get big fast,” hypergrowth can spell disaster for even the most promising ventures. • Help Wanted. Rapidly scaling startups need lots of capital and talent, but they can make mistakes that leave them suddenly in short supply of both. • Cascading Miracles. Silicon Valley exhorts entrepreneurs to dream big. But the bigger the vision, the more things that can go wrong. Drawing on fascinating stories of ventures that failed to fulfill their early promise—from a home-furnishings retailer to a concierge dog-walking service, from a dating app to the inventor of a sophisticated social robot, from a fashion brand to a startup deploying a vast network of charging stations for electric vehicles—Eisenmann offers frameworks for detecting when a venture is vulnerable to these patterns, along with a wealth of strategies and tactics for avoiding them. A must-read for founders at any stage of their entrepreneurial journey, Why Startups Fail is not merely a guide to preventing failure but also a roadmap charting the path to startup success.

PreSale Without Fail

Author : Kevin Oakley
Publisher :
Page : 90 pages
File Size : 32,74 MB
Release : 2018-08-22
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9781610660716


Learn the secret to launching new communities and phases with maximum results! Stop leaving your new community grand openings to chance. Updated and revised with over 25 percent more pages of results-driven strategy. In this fantastic resource, you'll learn: How to manufacture urgency and momentum--regardless of product, price point, or location A detailed overview of the PreSale Without Fail process Proven ways to explode your sales on day one and beyond A breakdown of each important step from beginning to end Common mistakes in new community launches and how to avoid them Specific marketing plans customizable to your community

Zero Fail

Author : Carol Leonnig
Publisher : Random House
Page : 561 pages
File Size : 46,43 MB
Release : 2021-05-18
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 0399589015


NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “This is one of those books that will go down as the seminal work—the determinative work—in this field. . . . Terrifying.”—Rachel Maddow The first definitive account of the rise and fall of the Secret Service, from the Kennedy assassination to the alarming mismanagement of the Obama and Trump years, right up to the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6—by the Pulitzer Prize winner and #1 New York Times bestselling co-author of A Very Stable Genius and I Alone Can Fix It NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE WASHINGTON POST Carol Leonnig has been reporting on the Secret Service for The Washington Post for most of the last decade, bringing to light the secrets, scandals, and shortcomings that plague the agency today—from a toxic work culture to dangerously outdated equipment to the deep resentment within the ranks at key agency leaders, who put protecting the agency’s once-hallowed image before fixing its flaws. But the Secret Service wasn’t always so troubled. The Secret Service was born in 1865, in the wake of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, but its story begins in earnest in 1963, with the death of John F. Kennedy. Shocked into reform by its failure to protect the president on that fateful day in Dallas, this once-sleepy agency was radically transformed into an elite, highly trained unit that would redeem itself several times, most famously in 1981 by thwarting an assassination attempt against Ronald Reagan. But this reputation for courage and excellence would not last forever. By Barack Obama’s presidency, the once-proud Secret Service was running on fumes and beset by mistakes and alarming lapses in judgment: break-ins at the White House, an armed gunman firing into the windows of the residence while confused agents stood by, and a massive prostitution scandal among agents in Cartagena, to name just a few. With Donald Trump’s arrival, a series of promised reforms were cast aside, as a president disdainful of public service instead abused the Secret Service to rack up political and personal gains. To explore these problems in the ranks, Leonnig interviewed dozens of current and former agents, government officials, and whistleblowers who put their jobs on the line to speak out about a hobbled agency that’s in desperate need of reform. “I will be forever grateful to them for risking their careers,” she writes, “not because they wanted to share tantalizing gossip about presidents and their families, but because they know that the Service is broken and needs fixing. By telling their story, they hope to revive the Service they love.”

How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big

Author : Scott Adams
Publisher : Scott Adams, Inc.
Page : 224 pages
File Size : 28,31 MB
Release : 2023-08-17
Category : Self-Help


The World’s Most Influential Book on Personal Success The bestselling classic that made Systems Over Goals, Talent Stacking, and Passion Is Overrated universal success advice has been reborn. Once in a generation, a book revolutionizes its category and becomes the preeminent reference that all subsequent books on the topic must pay homage to, in name or in spirit. How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, is such a book for the field of personal success. A contrarian pundit and persuasion expert in a class of his own, Adams has reached hundreds of millions directly and indirectly through the 2013 first edition’s straightforward yet counterintuitive advice—to invite failure in, embrace it, then pick its pocket. The second edition of How to Fail is a tighter, updated version, by popular demand. Yet new and returning readers alike will find the same candor, humor, and timeless wisdom on productivity, career growth, health and fitness, and entrepreneurial success as the original classic. How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, Second Edition is the essential read (or re-read) for anyone who wants to find a unique path to personal victory—and make luck find you in whatever you do.


Author : Lee Child
Publisher : Dell
Page : 498 pages
File Size : 27,54 MB
Release : 2003-05-13
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0440333865


THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING JACK REACHER SERIES THAT INSPIRED TWO MAJOR MOTION PICTURES—THE INSPIRATION FOR SEASON THREE OF THE HIT STREAMING SERIES REACHER! “Gripping and suspenseful . . . Child ratchets up the suspense to new heights.”—The Denver Post Jack Reacher lives for the moment. Without a home. Without commitment. And with a burning desire to right wrongs—and rewrite his own agonizing past. DEA Susan Duffy is living for the future, knowing that she has made a terrible mistake by putting one of her own female agents into a death trap within a heavily guarded Maine mansion. Staging a brilliant ruse, Reacher hurtles into the dark heart of a vast criminal enterprise. Trying to rescue an agent whose time is running out, Reacher enters a crime lord’s waterfront fortress. There he will find a world of secrecy and violence—and confront some unfinished business from his own past.

The God That Did Not Fail

Author : Robert Royal
Publisher : Encounter Books
Page : 340 pages
File Size : 30,20 MB
Release : 2010
Category : History
ISBN : 1594035172


Secular humanists and other “progressives” have been predicting the demise of religion for the past 250 years. But they keep running into a problem: those who were supposed to be liberated by the secular gospel that God is Dead aren’t buying it. Except for some parts of western Europe and in countries culturally destroyed by Communism, secularization in the radical sense has not occurred. While it has not obliterated the religious impulse, however, the drive towards “progressive irreligion” has, Robert Royal believes, encouraged ignorance of religion’s central role in the development of the West. In The God That Did Not Fail, Royal offers an original reading of religion in ancient Greece and Rome, of Christianity and Judaism, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Reformation, the several modern Enlightenments, culminating with a profound assessment of our current postmodern moment. He concludes that since religion is a permanent part of human nature and of the particular character of the West, our efforts should be directed not into a quixotic effort to deny the undeniable, especially as we face challenges from Islamic fundamentalism, but into promoting a well thought out and dynamic interplay of faith, reason, and modern freedoms.