Win Business Books from ACPR

PR BasicsWhether you want to start a new business or just give your business a boost in 2009, you’ll find this bundle of business books incredibly useful. You can win:

  • Anyone Can Do It by Coffee Republic founder Sahar Hashemi,
  • Personal Social Responsibility,
  • Raise Your Game Now!,
  • Spare Room Start Up and
  • A Guide to Promoting Your Business

This is the essential set of business books to give you idea and inspiration for 2009.   Read mini-reviews of two of the books below.

To enter, email antonia@acpr.co.uk with the answer to this question: How much is A Guide to Promoting Your Business this month? (Visit www.prbasics.co.uk to find out.) Entries close 1 March 2009.

http://www.nirvanacoaching.com/Personal Social Responsibility Arvind Devalia asks you 52 searching questions to help you evaluate your attitude to social responsibility and business. Ideal for every business owner who wants to take responsibility for their place in the planet. See more at www.personalsocialresponsibility.com.  

Paul Stalkers BookRaise Your Game Now! Performance coach Paul Stalker is a great man to help you re-evelaute your attitude to life and deal with any habits that are holding you back. This book doesn’t just look at your behaviour, but also challenges you to take control of your health. With Paul’s GAME mnemonic, Gratitude and Attitude, Make a friend, Enjoy yourself, this book will help you improve your life and business. See www.paulstalkereffect.com to find out all about Paul and what he offers.

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~ by Antonia Chitty on January 23, 2009.

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