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From Employment to a Side Hustle to a...

KShs2,800.00 KShs1,950.00
Are you feeling stuck and not making enough money? This book is written for both those who are currently employed and wish to start their own business, as well as those who have already started a business but feel stuck. Place your order today and the book will be delivered at your doorstep!!

Starlink Satellite Internet Services ...

*Starlink Satellite Internet Services* Kit Dish & Router @ Kshs. 120,000.00 1 Month Subscription Fee @ Kshs. 6,500.00 Ethernet Adapter @ Kshs. 15,000.00 Installation & Configuration from @ Kshs 6,500

Financial Success For Entrepreneurs b...

Financial success for entrepreneurs is a book that has been engineered to help upcoming and existing entrepreneurs understand practical tips on how to effectively monitor business performance and maximize profitability and grow investments. This book is structured to help entrepreneurs become great money managers while at the same time plugging loopholes that would potentially cause loss of cash. This book has five modules tackling different aspects of the business. It gives you the knowledge and practical nuggets for you to turn your business into a financial success. To get best out of this book you must play your part. Your business cannot be successful if you do not practice these tips. You have to make them work through practice.

Daring Leadership in the 21st Century...

The author contends that leadership is not about seniority, titles or one's background. It is a multifaceted vice coupled with contesting views on what it is and how it is supposed to be practiced.

The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene...

KShs2,290.00 KShs2,090.00
Amoral, cunning, ruthless, and instructive, this multi-million-copy New York Times bestseller is the definitive manual for anyone interested in gaining, observing, or defending against ultimate control – from the author of The Laws of Human Nature. In the book that People magazine proclaimed "beguiling” and "fascinating,” Robert Greene and Joost Elffers have distilled three thousand years of the history of power into 48 essential laws by drawing from the philosophies of Machiavelli, Sun Tzu, and Carl Von Clausewitz and also from the lives of figures ranging from Henry Kissinger to P.T. Barnum. Some laws teach the need for prudence ("Law 1: Never Outshine the Master”), others teach the value of confidence ("Law 28: Enter Action with Boldness”), and many recommend absolute self-preservation ("Law 15: Crush Your Enemy Totally”). Every law, though, has one thing in common: an interest in total domination. In a bold and arresting two-color package, The 48 Laws of Power is ideal whether your aim is conquest, self-defense, or simply to understand the rules of the game.

Calm Down, It’s Just a Business...

KShs2,500.00 KShs2,000.00
In These Pages..... Armed with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Management Science and CPA, some experience across Africa, a dream and a whooping one million Kenyan shillings, the Author takes a leap of faith out of secure, but unfulfilling employment into the deep waters of business. In his professionally-designed business plan, the Author is confident that within six months, he will have turned his start-up into a thriving profit-making conglomerate that will meet all his financial responsibilities. As six months turn into several years with no profits but mounting debts, his once bright vision begins to dim and depression swiftly takes up residence in his mind. Never one to give up, the Author diligently scours the Internet, follows his mentor’s guidance, reads a myriad books and reflects on his journey. He sheds the depression that had threatened to engulf him, finds and executes the winning formula for success in business and suddenly, any doors he knocks on, seem to open with little effort on his part. In his generosity of spirit, he now shares these secrets with you so that your journey may be smoother and maybe even shorter.

The Winning Strategy by Dr Mary Mugo

KShs2,500.00 KShs2,000.00
One of the keys to organizational success is strategic positioning in the market in which the organization operates, with the aim of gaining a competitive advantage. A fish will eventually die if it is out of the water and a bird thrown in water cannot fly, hence the need for any organization to understand the environment in which it operates, formulate winning strategies and achieve above-average returns. This book systematically and practically explains the process of strategic planning from crafting mission, vision, and objectives to how an organization can analyze its internal and external environment and competitors. The book discusses how an organization can effectively formulate, implement, evaluate, and monitor its strategies. An organization that drifts through without any plan has no future and is likely to die or not earn above-average returns. This is an easy-to-read book with relevant practical exercises at the end of every chapter to help the reader fully understand and apply the lessons learned. This book will help any organization to know where they are, where they are going, and how to get there because doing the wrong thing efficiently has no eventual benefit to the organization.

70 Realities and Rules of Running a S...

KShs1,500.00 KShs1,350.00
This is a simple and easy-to-understand book on what it takes to start and run a profitable and successful business. The realities herein are drawn from real experiences and are meant to make your journey in entrepreneurship easier. Applied well, the rules will give those new to business a jumpstart and the ones who are already in some inspiration to do it right and scale better.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: What women entrepre...

KShs2,500.00 KShs2,000.00
The entrepreneurship book addresses issues that impede development amongst small scale traders and especially women with a view to suggesting solutions that can improve entrepreneurial activities and create more employment opportunities in Kenya. The book also gives the best model of success for entrepreneurs as well as basic aspects of book keeping and how to keep financial records. The book is an excerpt of real-time experiences of practicing entrepreneurs from the lessons learnt as documented by the author.

My Crazy ideas By Grace M. Njuguna

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 A book for young and first time entrepreneur.

As technology changes with the world around us, so do job prospects for our children and future generations. In fact, as much as 30% of jobs may become obsolete in the next 20 years according to ILO. That’s huge! Along with these tech and societal developments, starting a business and becoming your own boss and entrepreneur has become a lot more accessible and a lot more accepted.

Entrepreneurship can make such a powerful tool to help fight youth unemployment. My Crazy ideas is guide for young people on how to turn their seemingly crazy ideas in to business ventures from Idea validating to raising the funds.  Crazy is good.

Entrepreneurship Hits And Misses by E...

I did not get into business to avoid challenges but to face them head-on, I thought–this is why I constantly fill my diary. If any aspiring entrepreneur finds this diary, I intend to spar conversations about the why, what, where, when, how and how much of entrepreneurship. I intend for it to encourage those in this journey to understand that they are not alone and that if they can be a little more resilient, a little more passionate, a little more focused, a little more open to learning, they can also achieve the 20 years overnight success that they see with others.

Sell Me This Pen by Eunice Maina Mburu

KShs2,000.00 KShs1,500.00
Nothing happens until someone sells something, You cannot get that job until you sell your skills, you cannot build a business until you sell your products and services. Selling is the key skill that separates ‘Wannapreneurs’ from accomplished entrepreneurs. Eunice Maina weaves a story of fortitude, grit, desire to succeed, and persistence that sees her grow in the insurance industry to be a celebrated award-winning sales agent and entrepreneur. Grow from an average salesperson to a sales superstar through the distilled lessons in, Sell me this… Pen.

Vyama Institutions of Hope

KShs1,200.00 KShs1,000.00
This book makes the case for informal sector institutions in development theory. Through practical examples and interviews conducted in Kenya, the author captures how ordinary people organize themselves to meet daily economic and development challenges. The author traces how ordinary people (wananchi) use non-mainstream mechanisms in the form vyama (social groups) to enable individual, group and community development. The book offers insights into the evolution of vyama (institutions of hope) and the role these institutions continue to play in realizing economic growth: wealth creation and distribution; investments, social protection; and general community development. The work shows how, despite historical disruptions, modernization and neo-liberal policies, ordinary people creatively borrow from tradition. In the process, they use collective mechanisms for resource mobilization, investment, risk-sharing and shared gains for the common good. The author offers pointers into the future and how the chama concept can become mainstream in a people’s economic development. What others say “The analysis is rigorous. It is highly original, emotive, and an excellent piece of work. It makes a major contribution to our knowledge of the proto-proletariat and the informal sector in the developing world. - How the author beautifully weaves anecdotes from classical African novels into her analysis to reinforce her argument makes this work distinctive and unique.” - Professor MBK Darkoh, University of Botswana “This book is based on real life cases in an area that most scholars have not ventured into. It is a major addition of new findings in the body of knowledge. The presentation is clear, understandable and would appeal to most readers.” –Paul Kamau, PhD, Senior Research Fellow, University of Nairobi “The strength of this book is the way it has managed to present the lives of the ordinary people as not hopeless, but rather the base where future development for Africa could be emerging. The book starts from the grassroots and the development actions and innovations taking place there based on the needs as experienced by the ordinary people, rather than the technical fixes of development experts that follow the books rather than the actual needs of the people being developed.” – Professor Beth Maina Ahlberg, PhD, Professor of International Health, Uppsala University “This book demonstrates how ordinary citizens have discovered the power in tapping into social relations and are proactively solving their own socio-political and economic challenges. It calls for the incorporation of the ordinary citizen in development planning with a view of enabling them to receive value from and add value to the globalization and integration process. For anyone who is interested to see Africa play an important role in the global agenda, this is not a book to be ignored.” -- Josephat Juma, Managing Editor, The African Executive magazine.

From Monk to Money Manager: A Former ...

KShs1,790.00 KShs1,499.00
Build a better financial future for yourself and the world. Former monk turned financial advisor, Doug Lynam, shares the rules of money management that will change your approach to earning, saving, and investing. From Monk to Money Manager is an entertaining and self-deprecating journey through Lynam’s relationship with the almighty dollar—his childhood in a rich family, the long-haired hippie days running away from materialism, time in the Marine Corps looking for selfless service, and his twenty years in the monastery under a vow of poverty that led to his current profession as a financial advisor. In this unique look at wealth from a spiritual perspective, Lynam shares his belief that God doesn’t expect us to live in poverty. The truth is, we need financial peace so we can help others. When money becomes a part of our spiritual practice, used in love and service, it can bring us closer to our highest spiritual ideals. With humor and humility, Lynam uses stories told through the lens of his own money mistakes, and those of counseling clients, to understand how our attitudes about money hold us back. He also provides clear, step-by-step guidance on how to grow a little bit wealthy. His insights include how to build a compassionate relationship to our finances; some of the good, bad, and ugly truths about money; and the tricks to unlocking financial freedom.

Surrounded by Bad Bosses (And Lazy Em...

KShs2,290.00 KShs2,090.00
Internationally bestselling author Thomas Erikson has helped changed how the world thinks about behavior using a simple 4-color behavior analysis system. In Surrounded by Bad Bosses he applies that same system to revolutionize the workplace. Everyone has had a bad boss. You might have one right now. You might even be one. Bad bosses are a fact of the workplace, whether they’re short-tempered, unclear about expectations, or too disorganized to manage so much as a stapler. But how do you not only survive a difficult boss, but help your career thrive despite them? By identifying your boss’s behavior profile you’ll be better able to interact with them no matter what the situation. Erikson offers example stories and concrete steps to help you thrive in any work situation. Of course, much as we love to blame our bosses, sometimes management isn’t the problem at all. For every bad boss there is also a lazy employee, so Erikson also looks at the issue from a completely different perspective—employees themselves— and explores why some colleagues frequently underachieve, and what you can do to change this if you're the boss. Written with Erikson's signature humor and warmth, Surrounded by Bad Bosses (And Lazy Employees) will help you deal with the most hopeless managers and employees you can imagine—and keep you entertained along the way.

Leading the Unleadable: How to Manage...

KShs3,000.00 KShs2,490.00
The control-freak, the narcissist, the slacker, the cynic... Difficult people are the worst part of a manager's job. Whether it comes from direct reports or people above, outbursts, irrational demands, griping, and other disruptions need to be dealt with--and it's your responsibility to do it. Leading the Unleadable turns this dreaded chore into a straight forward process that gently, yet effectively, improves behaviors. Written by an insider in the tech industry, where personality issues routinely wreck projects, the book reveals a core truth: most people actually want to contribute results, not cause headaches. Once you realize the potential for change, the book's simple steps, examples, and scripts explain how to right even the most hopeless situations. You'll learn how to: - Master the necessary mindset - Explain the problem calmly in a short feedback session - Get a commitment to change, and follow up - Coach others to replicate the process - Develop the situational awareness required to spot trouble even earlier in the future Every manager has "problem people." What sets great managers apart is how they turn them into productive team players. Prepare to transform the troublesome into the tremendous.

Confessions of a Forty Something Fk U...

KShs2,890.00 KShs2,490.00
Nell Stevens’ life is a mess. When her business goes bust and her fiancé with it, Nell’s happy ever after in California falls apart and she moves back to London to start over. But a lot has changed since she’s been gone. All her single friends are now married with children, sky-high rents force her to rent a room in a stranger’s house and in a world of perfect instagram lives, she feels like a f*ck up. Even worse, a forty-something f*ck-up. But when she lands a job writing obituaries, Nell meets the fabulous Cricket, an eighty-something widow with challenges of her own, and they strike up an unlikely friendship. Together they begin to help each other heal their aching hearts, cope with the loss of the lives they had planned, and push each other into new adventures and unexpected joys. Because Nell is determined. Next year things are going to be very different. It's time to turn her life around. A book for anyone who’s ever worried life isn’t going to plan, Confessions of a Forty-Something F##k Up by Alexandra Potter will make you laugh and it might even make you cry. But most importantly, it will remind you that you're not alone, because we’re all in this together. Time to fall in love with your life.

Surrounded by Setbacks by Thomas Erikson

KShs2,390.00 KShs2,100.00
In Surrounded by Setbacks, internationally bestselling author Thomas Erikson turns his attention to a universal problem: what to do when things go wrong. Too often it seems like our dreams and ambitions—whether it’s finally getting that corner office, lacing up your running shoes again, or building a flourishing relationship with your partner—are derailed by one roadblock or another. So how do we learn to take setbacks in stride and still achieve our goals? In Surrounded by Setbacks, Erikson answers that question. Using simple, actionable steps, Erikson helps readers identify the “why” behind their goal, create a concrete plan towards achieving it, and—most importantly—avoid many of the most common pitfalls that derail us when we attempt something new. The simple 4-color behavior system that made Surrounded by Idiots revolutionary now helps readers reflect on how they respond to adversity, giving them the self-awareness to negotiate the inevitable obstacles of life with confidence.

The Changing World Order: Why Nations...

KShs5,000.00 KShs4,500.00
A few years ago, renowned investor Ray Dalio began noticing a confluence of political and economic conditions he hadn’t encountered before in his fifty-year career. They included large debts and zero or near-zero interest rates in the world’s three major reserve currencies; significant wealth, political, and values divisions within countries; and emerging conflict between a rising world power (China) and the existing one (US). Seeking to explain the cause-effect relationships behind these conditions, he began a study of analogous historical times and discovered that such combinations of conditions were characteristic of periods of transition, such as the years between 1930 and 1945, in which wealth and power shifted in ways that reshaped the world order. Looking back across five hundred years of history and nine major empires—including the Dutch, the British, and the American—The Changing World Order puts into perspective the cycles and forces that have driven the successes and failures of all the world’s major countries throughout history. Dalio reveals the timeless and universal dynamics that were behind these shifts, while also offering practical principles for policymakers, business leaders, investors, and others operating in this environment.

The Daily Laws: 366 Meditations on Po...

KShs3,500.00 KShs3,190.00
Over the last 22 years, Robert Greene has provided insights into every aspect of being human whether that be getting what you want, understanding others' motivations, mastering your impulses, and recognizing strengths and weaknesses. The Daily Laws distills that wisdom into daily entries. Each entry delivers refined and concise wisdom from one of his books, in an easy to digest lesson that will only take a few minutes to read, as well as a Commandment -- a prescription or prompt for the reader to follow. Not only is The Daily Laws the perfect entry point for those new to Greene's penetrating insight, but it will also help the many Greene fans throughout the world understanding and internalizing the many lessons that fill his books. It is a guide to a lifetime of reading and re-reading about power, seduction, strategy, psychology and human nature.