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  • Don't Forget Your Keys - Each Key Holds the Power to Your Career Advancement

    Don’t Forget Your Keys: Each Key Holds the Power to Your Career Advancement

    You are being evaluated on factors that go beyond your technical abilities, personality or past performance. To get through certain doors, you need to know how to communicate and perform confidently in any situation.

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  • Economics, Power, and Group Dynamics

    Economics, Power, and Group Dynamics

    There’s a new economic theory in class—and everyone will know of it through Economics, Power, and Group Dynamics.

    Dissatisfied with the current economics and economic systems, Philip A. Bralich demonstrates a new economic theory that can reduce the division of rich and poor people, and increase the size of the middle classes, challenging the dynamic of the rich getting richer, and the poor getting poorer.

    If you wish to see for yourself how one can do it, with every flip of a page, Economics, Power, and Group Dynamics always has something in store for you.