Business Class: 9 Reasons Why You Should Always Fly Like This

As an ambitious business executive, you should always fly business class. Not only does it give you a good sleep as you sleep over the Atlantic Ocean or the Pacific Ocean, it also ensures that you are fresh and ready for a business meeting or to make a presentation to clients immediately upon landing. Let’s discuss why flying business makes such a huge difference, and why it is definitely worth it.

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Why an Exclusive Wrist Watch Shows Your Success

Nowadays, there is a new trend in the market – smart watches. Samsung has come out with its own smart watch, so has Sony and recently, the biggest gorilla in the room, Apple, came out with a smart watch as well – Apple Watch. Well, sure, there will be a lot of wannabes out there who will want to buy these so-called smart watches, but if you’re a serious business executive, there is no way you will want to be caught wearing them, even when on a deserted island!

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Toyota Production System by TAIICHI OHNO

There have been several books written on Toyota and its revolutionary production system. Toyota was, after all, the first company to have taken full advantage of the concepts of just-in-time manufacturing and autonomation. But if you’d like to know how they did it, why not read a book by the man who is considered to be the “Father of the Toyota Production System” himself?

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The Partnership Charter by DAVID GAGE

At Liverix.com, our single-minded focus is on fostering business partnerships between entrepreneurs on a global basis. We provide a convivial environment for you to find business partners from across the world, to help you grow your business. There are many business books that focus on manager-employee relationship, but none on the relationship between business partners. “The Partnership Charter” by David Gage addresses this critical gap in the market.

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Clayton M. Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma

Clayton M. Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma is considered by many to be one of the most thoughtful business books ever written. Many tech entrepreneurs such as Jeff Bezos herald this book as one of their favorites. What’s the book about? It focuses on disruptive innovations – how they change an entire industry, and how they are ignored at first by established companies.

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The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber

The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber looks at the misconceptions people have about entrepreneurship. The biggest mistake entrepreneurs make when they start a business is thinking that all they need is a good idea and an affinity for hard work to make a success out of the business. As Gerber explains, there is a lot more to a business than just having an idea and then bootstrapping it.

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