Love Your Neighbor makes the case for capitalism as the only system that can end poverty, solve intractable
crises, and increase human flourishing.
Love Your Neighbor builds on the National Best Seller Flight of the Buffalo by Ralph Stayer with James
Belasco. Ralph's story and experience transformed the business world. It offers a bold and straightforward
plan for rethinking leadership—still taught in business schools and leadership seminars worldwide. Finally,
after decades of more experience, Love Your Neighbor delivers the sequel that readers demanded. Love Your
Neighbor is the fruit of that patience—and thirty years of reflection and leadership.
As the longtime CEO of Johnsonville Foods, Ralph learned to let his workers lead. Love Your Neighbor shows
that the real secret behind Johnsonville's success was a conscious decision to align the company's practices
with God's plan for human flourishing.
Love Your Neighbor defends and champions capitalism which continues to be under attack in America—and
why faith-informed capitalism is the only vehicle that can bring prosperity and purpose to everyone.
Love Your Neighbor goes beyond that of another pretty sermon—it's a blueprint for transformation based on
Ralph's decades of experience as one of America's most successful CEOs. It provides a moral foundation for
capitalism during a time of challenge and crisis, demonstrating its vast superiority over socialism and other fallen
economic systems. Ralph's experience at Johnsonville Foods points to a proud and unapologetic conviction in
capitalism that serves God, builds strong communities, and embodies what it means to love your neighbor.
Barry Diller has influenced every aspect of American culture for over sixty years. He changed how we watch TV, how movies are made, how we shop, how we consume media, and even how we date. Yet Diller's private life and business insights have never been made public-until now.
After a childhood in a wealthy but dysfunctional family in Beverly Hills, Barry Diller began his career in the William Morris mailroom; before long he moved to ABC, and as a young executive he created the concepts of the TV movie and miniseries and championed such landmark shows as Roots, The Simpsons, and Married, With Children. Expanding into cinema, he reinvented how the studio system operated, becoming the only person to have been Chief Executive of three major studios: Paramount, 20th Century Fox, and Universal.
In this revealing memoir, Diller recounts a life spent making deals, careers, and decisions that have changed the course of American culture. He shares stories of working (and sometimes fighting) with such talented filmmakers and actors as George Lucas, Warren Beatty, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and many others, and he vividly recounts his partnerships and battles with business titans such as Charles Bludhorn, Rupert Murdoch, and Sumner Redstone. He has also experienced unparalleled success helming such companies as QVC and Match.com, and helping to create New York's High Line and Little Island.
Who Knew is also a deeply intimate story, told with unflinching candor. For the first time, Diller recounts his decades-long struggles with his personal life, and his relationship with and marriage to Diane Von Furstenberg. In what is sure to be one of the most fascinating and talked-about books of the year, Who Knew holds nothing back, providing a moving, honest, and revealing account of Barry Diller's singular career and life.
In Business Outcome Selling Strategies Jeb Blount, one of the most celebrated sales strategists of our generation, and business transformation guru Jason Eatmon, give you the secrets for how next generation B2B sales organizations are accelerating sales productivity, operationalizing hyper-growth strategies, and locking out competitors. You'll learn powerful strategies for: building the foundation for hyper-growth; connecting cross organizational disciplines to build an agile sales and growth driven culture; winning mindshare early through familiarity and shaping; nine box qualifying and the 4Rs: Right Prospect, Right Message, Right Time, Right Fit; digital sales transformation and integration; targeting tactics, sales engagement strategies, and sequencing; mastering the four levels of sales to rapidly respond to buyer expectations; leveraging the MLP strategy to bend win probability in your favor; effective stakeholder mapping; deploying the READ Influence Methodology to gain stakeholder buy-in and consensus; differentiating with the MBO + EBO value equation; leveraging the powerful SCORE Discovery Model to get below the surface and become a true partner for your customers; uncovering the Metrics that Matter that lead to higher prices and long-term margins; mapping and presenting outcome based solutions; and much more.
THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING COMPANY GROWTH AND DECLINE -FROM THE UNDISPUTED EXPERT ON VALUATION
Throughout his storied career, Aswath Damodaran has searched for the universal key to demystify corporate finance and valuation. Now, at last, he offers the groundbreaking answer to readers everywhere.
It turns out there is a corporate lifecycle very much like our own - with unique stages of growth and decline. And just as we must learn to act our age, so too must companies.
By better understanding how corporations age and the characteristics of each stage of their lifecycle, we can unlock the secrets behind any businesses behavior and optimize our management and investment decisions accordingly.
In Aswath Damodaran's The Corporate Lifecycle, readers will learn-
- What markers tell where a company falls on its corporate lifecycle, and crucial insights for managers as they navigate the different stages
- Why the shape and timing of life cycles varies across different industries
- When transition points pose special challenges to companies-and strategies to conquer them
- How differences in investment philosophies, in particular the divide between growth and value investing, should lead investors towards companies at different lifecycle stages
As the corporate lifecycle touches virtually every aspect of business, this book is for anyone with skin in the corporate finance game-from managers to investors, from novices to seasoned pros. Aswath Damodaran's The Corporate Lifecycle is the definitive guide to understanding businesses growth, behavior, and value.
Unlock your infinite potential in every area of your life and become your own inspiration.
Using the concept of Light as a tool for personal and spiritual growth, bestselling author and entrepreneur Jessica Zweig challenges readers to hit the proverbial “light switch' and illuminate their own lives. Rooted in the Pleiadian teachings of Light as “Information,” “Truth,” and “Love,” Jessica’s philosophy teaches readers to name, claim, and reframe their inner darkness in order to unlock their infinite potential and remember who they truly are.
Jessica Zweig is the founder of a multimillion-dollar business, a bestselling author, and a social media phenomenon—but her path was not an easy one. The Light Work distills the highly-evolved spiritual concepts she learned along the way into practical applications, delivered with Jessica’s signature straight-talk. How-to’s, exercises, and journal prompts interweave with Jessica’s powerful personal story to create a guidebook to a more inclusive, loving, and Light-filled life.
Within these pages lies radical self-empowerment, because—as Jessica says—when you can claim all parts of yourself (your dark and your light, your power and your shame, your sh*t and your shine), you become… unstoppable. You become the Lightworker.
A stunning investigation and indictment of the elements in United States' foreign lobbying industry and the threat they pose to democracy.
For years, one group of Americans has worked as foot-soldiers for the most authoritarian regimes around the planet. In the process, they've not only entrenched dictatorships and spread kleptocratic networks, but they've secretly guided U.S. policy without the rest of America even being aware. And now, journalist Casey Michel contends some of them have begun turning their sights on American democracy itself.
These Americans are known as foreign lobbyists, and many of them spent years ushering dictatorships directly into the halls of Washington, all while laundering the reputations of the most heinous, repressive regimes in the process. These lobbyists include figures like Ivy Lee, the inventor of the public relations industry - a man who whitewashed Mussolini, opened doors to the Soviets, and advised the Nazis on how to sway American audiences. They include people like Paul Manafort, who invented lobbying as we know it - and who then took his talents to autocrats from Ukraine to the Philippines, and then back to the White House. And they now include an increasing number of Americans elsewhere: in law firms and consultancies, among PR specialists and former lawmakers, and even within think tanks and universities.
Many of these lobbyists have transformed into proxies for dictators and strongmen wherever they can be found. And for years, they've escaped scrutiny.
In Foreign Agents, Casey Michel shines a light on these foreign lobbyists, and all the damage and devastation they have caused in Washington and elsewhere. From Moscow to Beijing, from far-right nationalists to far-left communists, from anti-American autocrats to pro-Western authoritarians, these foreign lobbyists have helped any illiberal, anti-democratic government they can find. And after decades of success in installing dictator after dictator, and in tilting American policy in the process, some of these lobbyists have now begun trying to end America's democratic experiment, once and for all.
A riveting and smashmouth journalistic deep-dive into the progressive madness that has infected and corrupted the world's biggest corporations, threatening the stability of the global economy-and life as we know it.
Intimidated by activists on the left, virtually every major corporation in America has embraced woke politics. For years, these businesses could get away with progressive virtual signaling without worrying about alienating customers. But things have changed. As high-profile backlashes at companies like Anheuser-Busch, Disney, and Target show us, customers are fighting back. Companies who cave to the demands of left-wing social justice activists are being punished like never before.
In Go Woke, Go Broke, New York Times bestselling author and veteran Fox Business financial journalist Charles Gasparino takes readers inside these disastrous corporate backlashes. A respected financial reporter who has covered finance for more than 30 years, Gasparino is deeply sourced and has dug into countless episodes involving Wall Street greed, corporate hubris, and government overreach in enterprise. Gasparino traces the origins of ESG and "stakeholder investing" and takes readers along on a ride as he shines a light on Fortune 500 companies that have suffered financially for caving to the silly and irresponsible demands of social justice activists and left-wing interests.
This explosive, in-depth investigation into the seminal players, institutions, and forces of the markets shows that, for the sake of global stability, we must immediately pry the clenched fists of radical activists off the levers of the economy.