Non-Fiction - Occupational

The Joint Kitchen

A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacement
By Michael David Ries

The Joint Kitchen: A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacement is a nonfiction medical/occupational book written by Michael David Ries. Ries is an orthopedic surgeon and inventor who holds the patents on 45 hip and knee replacement devices....

Leaders Lab

66 Ways to Develop Your Leadership Skill, Strategy, and Style
By Jane Moyer

Leaders Lab: 66 Ways to Develop Your Leadership Skill, Strategy, and Style by Jane Moyer is a well-researched, wonderfully crafted tool for experienced and would-be leaders in different fields, a book that is written in a simple style, with excellent points that are not masked...

You Can Be a Top Performer

9 Simple Ways to Advance Your Career
By Iris Yu

I grew up thinking that there was no worker on earth who worked as hard as the American worker. I thought that for a very long time until I finally realized that there are great workers and terrible workers in every country. America doesn't have...

Basic Construction Safety and Health

By Fred Fanning

In a world where technology is advancing, awareness of risks is increasing, and liability is climbing. It is more important now to be fully aware of health and safety. From having the right ladder for the right job to the right protection not only prevents...

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Beyond Default

Setting Your Organization on a Trajectory to an Improved Future
By David Trafford, Peter Boggis

Beyond Default: Setting Your Organization on a Trajectory to an Improved Future by David Trafford and Peter Boggis is a non-fiction business book on strategic management. Beyond Default is written for companies and organizations of any size, large or small, to enable them to assess...

The Green Reaper

Memoirs of an Eco-Mortician
By Elizabeth Fournier

The author of The Green Reaper, Elizabeth Fournier, knew from childhood onward that she wanted a career in the mortuary business. As a child, she played “funeral,” and as a young adult, she banged on doors until she got her first job working for a...

Predictive Analytics

The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die
By Eric Siegel

Predictive Analytics by Eric Siegel is a detailed but readable overview of a somewhat complex math-driven prediction technique which uses sophisticated computer programs to analyse and extrapolate information from large amounts of personal data - data which is generally available from internet, social media, and...

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Behind the Secret of Success - The Real Story

Why so many try so hard, yet so few succeed.
By Ashok Nath

Have you tried everything you know to excel, and it just isn't working? Do you wonder why others surpass you despite your best efforts to improve? Are you tired of doing everything right, just to have things keep going wrong? Perhaps it's because the...

Frazzled to Free

The Soulful Momma's Guide to Finding Meaningful Work
By Kayla Berg

Are you feeling stuck in a soul-sucking job, but are too afraid to transition to something more enjoyable for fear of not making enough money? Do you feel the responsibility of bringing in an income hounding you, demanding that you leave your baby or children?...

From Boy To Blue

Becoming One Of America's Finest
By Steve Warneke

If you want to know what it feels like to be a cop, to understand police procedures and their commitment, coupled with their fine sense of accountability, then reading Steve Warneke’s memoir will be best for you. From Boy To Blue: Becoming One Of America's...

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