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  • It Pays to be Paranoid by Christopher Eiben

    Agate Publishing 2004; US$ 9.99

    It Pays to Be Paranoid is a book about avoiding mistakes-the kind of mistakes that can result in catastrophic expenses, lawsuits, losses, and bankruptcies. As a veteran private investigator and business consultant, Eiben has witnessed firsthand how frequently such easily avoidable mistakes wreak financial and personal havoc on businesspeople. Why do... more...

  • Lasting Contributionby Tad Waddington

    Agate Publishing 2007; US$ 4.99

    A powerful dose of wisdom in a concise package, "Lasting Contribution" is filled with profound and effective advice on how to make the kinds of contributions -- to work, to organizations, to communities -- that really matter. Drawing from such varied sources as Aristotle, Sun Tzu, Victor Frankl, and Confucius, this book marshals insights... more...

  • Return on Learningby Donald Vanthournout

    Agate Publishing 2006; US$ 19.99

    Presents the inside story of how Accenture overhauled their legendary training scheme. This book takes a look at the turnaround effected by Accenture, one of the world's largest companies, in the midst of widespread global economic downturn. It reveals its basic working so other professionals and companies can benefit from their experience. more...

  • Your Boss Is Not Your Motherby Debra Mandel

    Agate Publishing 2006; US$ 9.99

    A practical guide for women to improving relationships at work. This work demonstrates how readers can learn to respond to people in the workplace. It shows how to distinguish an abusive boss or co-worker from one who is harmless, how to deal with flirtations, and, how to negotiate the dilemmas of dealing with other women at work. more...

  • Becoming Dadby Leonard Jr. Pitts

    Agate Publishing 2006; US$ 9.99

    The fatherless black family is a problem that increases in proportion each year as generations of black children grow up without an adult male in the home. This work presents a personal examination of black fatherhood. This tale of black men tells the stories of extraordinary men who strive to become something they have never known. more...

  • Black and Singleby Larry E. Davis

    Agate Publishing 2005; US$ 9.99

    Now completely revised and updated, "Black and Single" is the premier relationship guide for African Americans, providing encouragement and direction to anyone determined to improve his or her romantic life. (Relationships) more...

  • Crabs in a Barrelby Byron Harmon

    Agate Publishing 2006; US$ 9.99

    When a yacht of party-goers headed for the Bahamas wrecks, and its passengers wash up on a remote island, the diverse group--most, but not all, African Americans from a wide range of different backgrounds--are left with the usual survivor struggles and the challenge of not killing each other in the meantime. more...

  • Getting Good Lovingby Audrey B. Chapman

    Agate Publishing 2005; US$ 9.99

    A REVISED AND UPDATED EDITION OF ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL BLACK RELATIONSHIP GUIDES Noted authority and radio talk show host Audrey B. Chapman uses case studies and first-person accounts from her seminars and workshops on male-female relationships. While many black men and women enjoy lasting, loving relationships, countless others are trapped in... more...

  • Loopedby Andrew Winston

    Agate Publishing 2006; US$ 9.99

    It is the year 2000. College dropout Ellen Kovacs wanders through Chicago's Rogers Park neighbourhood, following a single face with her 8mm camera. This novel presents the world in one neighbourhood, linking the lives of a horde of disparate characters living in Chicago's Rogers Park at the dawn of the new millennium. more...

  • My Mother's Rulesby Lynn Toler

    Agate Publishing 2007; US$ 9.99

    Toler shows how the mindset of her mother, "a black woman who knew how to make things work," taught her the power of knowing how to manage one's emotional business--lessons that this book offers in wrenching stories written in spare and graceful prose. more...