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The Infinite Game
The Infinite Game Simon Sinek
Why do some businesses achieve long-lasting success and others don't?
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This is Marketing
This is Marketing Seth Godin
Real marketing isn't about racking up clicks and tweets; it's about connection, empathy, and making a difference.
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Getting Things Done
Getting Things Done David Allen
Discover David Allen's powerful methods for stress-free performance at work and in life – now completely updated.
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Shine
Shine Shannah Kennedy, Lyndall Mitchell
This is your life. Do what is essential to make it the best with these twenty achievable tips.
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Bend, Not Break
Bend, Not Break Ping Fu
Bend, Not Break tells the incredible personal story of a journey from imprisonment to freedom, from the dogmatic anticapitalism of Mao's China to the high-stakes world of technology start-ups in the US. It is a tribute to one woman's courage in the face of cruelty, and a valuable lesson on the enduring power of resilience.
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I Am Right, You Are Wrong
I Am Right, You Are Wrong Edward de Bono
In overturning conventional wisdom, Edward de Bono will help you to become a better thinker and decision maker.
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How To Be More Interesting
How To Be More Interesting Edward de Bono
In How to be More Interesting, lateral-thinking guru Edward de Bono reveals how playing with ideas, making connections, speculating and using the imagination are at the heart of being an interesting person.
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Fly!
Fly! Richard de Crespigny
When you need to step up, what will you do?
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A Banquet of Consequences
A Banquet of Consequences Satyajit Das
An internationally respected commentator on financial markets, credited with predicting the Global Financial crisis and featured in the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary Inside Job, Satyajit Das is our finest writer about money and the global economy. Informed, impassioned, lively and witty, A Banquet of Consequences is the only book you need to understand what the future will bring.
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The First Casualty
The First Casualty Peter Greste
Extremely timely, enlightening and passionate, The First Casualty is foreign correspondent Peter Greste’s first-hand account of how the war on journalism has spread from the battlefields of the Middle East to the governments of the West
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The Penguin Small Business Guide: the complete reference handbook for small to medium enterprises
The Penguin Small Business Guide: the complete reference handbook for small to medium enterprises Nicholas Humphrey
With its detailed examples, valuable checklists and contact details, this essential guide unlocks the secrets of small business.
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The Deserted Newsroom: Penguin Special
The Deserted Newsroom: Penguin Special Gideon Haigh
Veteran journalist Gideon Haigh assesses the future of news media in light of the internet's effects on traditional forms of publishing and broadcasting.
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Bradman's War
Bradman's War Malcolm Knox
Bradman's War celebrates the talents of Ray Lindwall, Sid Barnes, Lindsay Hassett, Bill Johnston, Arthur Morris and, of course, their irrepressible captain, but wonders if the Don's single-minded tactics, even against the war-ravaged veterans of the country clubs, cost Test cricket the opportunity to be played for the love of the game.
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The $50 Weekly Shop
The $50 Weekly Shop Jody Allen
This book is a step-by-step guide of how to survive on a weekly grocery bill of only $50, including great recipes and tips.
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110 Per Cent: Great Australian Sporting Speeches
110 Per Cent: Great Australian Sporting Speeches Michael Winkler
Ranging from the eloquent and stirring to the downright funny, these are Australia's greatest sporting moments, seen through the eyes of the winners and losers, experts and legends of all our favourite sports.
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Boom: The Underground History of Australia, from Gold Rush to GFC
Boom: The Underground History of Australia, from Gold Rush to GFC Malcolm Knox
Boom reveals the history of mining as the Australian story, for better or worse. Insightful, compellingly readable and full of extraordinary characters, it shows how mining and miners have shaped our history and gripped our imagination through boom and bust.
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Mayday: How warring egos forced Qantas off course
Mayday: How warring egos forced Qantas off course Matt O'Sullivan
Compelling and informative, Mayday is the definitive account of the high stakes fight for supremacy of the skies.
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The Captain Class
The Captain Class Sam Walker
The former global sports editor of The Wall Street Journal profiles the greatest teams in history and identifies the counterintuitive leadership qualities of the unconventional men and women who drove them to succeed.
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When It's Right to be Wrong
When It's Right to be Wrong Russel Howcroft
Why be the same as everyone else? Witty, informative and refreshing, this book by former adman and branding expert from The Gruen Transfer gets you thinking about the power of good ideas with examples from advertising, everyday life, design and business.
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Secrets of a Beauty Queen
Secrets of a Beauty Queen Stephanie Darling
An irreverent memoir filled with fabulous advice, this is a celebration of a life spent in the pursuit of beauty.
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Live Lead Learn
Live Lead Learn Gail Kelly
Inspiring, practical, generous and optimistic, one of our finest communicators and most successful businesswomen shares what she’s learned about leadership, the culture of the workplace and the vital importance of living a whole life.
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