Buy, Build, Sell

Dr Padma Gadiyar

Like many dental practice owners, Dr Padma Gadiyar struggled with overwhelm and exhaustion trying to run a profitable and purpose-filled practice. When she got to breaking point, she became determined to find a better way.

Buy, Build, Sell: Step-By-Step Guide to a Multimillion-Dollar Practice Empire is the blueprint for that better way. Drawing on years of experience in the healthcare industry as both a clinician and practice owner, Dr Gadiyar delivers nine proven steps for creating your own financial freedom, dream lifestyle and mulitmillion-dollar practice empire. The tools and strategies in these pages will help you to avoid costly mistakes, fast-track your success, and lead your practice empire to greater heights.

No matter your stage of practice ownership, Buy, Build, Sell is your roadmap to gaining faster and more sustainable results. With the skills and confidence you will gain, nothing can stand in your way.

More of the Kangaroo

Murray Bird and Greg Parker

Despite commonly held misconceptions, Australian football has been played in Queensland for a long time. Over 150 years ago the first Brisbane Football Club was formed and since then Australian rules football has been played in the sunshine state, albeit for a brief period in the last decade of the 19th century.

After over a decade of research, Greg Parker and Murray Bird released More of the Kangaroo in late November 2018. The comprehensive history is over 900 pages in length and covers the trajectory of the code throughout the state. It includes over 500 images and reveals facts about the evolution of the code at a local level that are little known. This book is a local history, detailing the heroics, the controversies, the premierships and the success and failures, from Cairns to Coolangatta. Local heroes and villains, champion teams from Townsville to Toowong, umpires, interstate matches, women’s football and much more are chronicled, described and brought to life.

If you love the game of Australian football, if you have an interest in the history of Queensland, or if you just like a well-researched and well-written book, More of the Kangaroo is the book for you.

The Divorce Diary

Elizabeth Campbell

Award-winning journalist and editor Elizabeth Campbell spent more than 15 years married to the media telling people’s stories and mentoring up-and-coming writers. When she left the media to be in her business full-time in July 2013, and deep down she knew it was only the start of a journey of self-love, growth and success on a level she could never predict. Within a month she was on her own, separated, running a new business and in the throes of being divorced and single…and it was going to take every inch of her strength and being to succeed. The Divorce Diary is the story she had to tell.

If you are small business owner in the midst of separation and divorce, and you want to grow your business, love yourself and live your absolute best life … start now by reading The Divorce Diary: The Modern Business Woman’s Survival Guide to Separation, Divorce and Running a Business.

That Bad Review

Adrian Easdown

While a lot of business owners bury their head in the sand and ignore reviews, especially bad ones, Adrian Easdown took a different approach. Locked in the poorly written sentences and scathing critique he saw diamonds.

Through That Bad Review, business owners will learn to look at themselves first, to find out exactly why they are avoiding negative criticisms of their business.

With Adrian leading the way, you will learn how to see your guests as more than just bad reviews in waiting. He will show you how to spot their motivations and then leverage these to formulate responses that go to the heart of the guests concerns.

Adrian provides tips, stories, strategies and guides that are practical and easily adopted to help businesses navigate through the modern world of hospitality and tourism.

So, if you’re ready to utilise your businesses reviews and lock in those 5-star ratings, then this is the book for you.

Dynamic Duos

Julie Richman

Dynamic Duos: The essential guide for couples in business together, takes every reader on a journey through the fundamental keys to understanding ourselves and our partner.

Using imagery and vivid examples, Julie Richman books delves into topics like healthy communication, what it takes to co-operate effectively, and how to maximise the potential efforts between two people inside the business to drive success.

Dynamic Duos provides information in the key areas to living in harmony and working effectively together in business using an easy-to-follow framework.

Lady Startup

Ed. Mia Freedman

Join Mia Freedman, co-founder of Mamamia as she goes behind-the-scenes of success with 56 female entrepreneurs including some of Australia’s most well known Lady Startups who all open up about their business ups and downs with revealing candour.

  • Janine Allis, Boost Juice
  • Jo Horgan, MECCA Cosmetica
  • Carolyn Creswell, Carman’s
  • Jane Lu, Showpo
  • Lizzy Abegg, Spell Designs
  • Aimee Marks, TOMs Tampons

…as well as 50 other Lady Startups including an all-size model agency, a boutique brewery, a tattoo removal and coding courses for girls. Discover the secrets of the women successfully selling everything from all natural fake tan, gourmet sauces, plus size fashion, eco bras, glamping tents, art, luxe headscarves, frozen yoghurt and dozens more kickarse, quirky and original ideas.

$1 from every sale keeps a girl in school for a day thanks to partner charity Room to Read.

The Accidental Australians

Frances Harding

The story of Harry and Jimmy Corones and the extraordinary hotel empire they built in Western Queensland in the 1920s has been captured in print.

This rich account of two penniless Greek migrants who accidentally found themselves in this wide brown land and the incredible journey that led them to business success is an important addition to the Australian social history landscape.

Drawn from interviews with more than 60 sources, including Corones family members, hotel staff and patrons, The Accidental Australians is a joyous, often poignant and insightful read.

The Suit Book

Clare Sheng

You only get seven seconds to make a first impression – are you making yours count?

A good suit is an essential part of every wardrobe, yet so many men still don’t know how to shop for, alter and style their suits.

In The Suit Book: Everything You Need to Know About Wearing a Suit, Clare Sheng decodes the process of buying and wearing a suit. Her advice is also a reminder that dressing well is an integral part of the road to success.

Using real examples and illustrations, Clare outlines what to look for in a suit and reveals why even the most expensive garments will look cheap if they aren’t fitted properly. These easy-to-follow tips will show you how to dress better and feel confident with the way you look.

If you want to take your style to the next level, this book is a must-read. You will never again feel like an imposter in your suit or the menswear department.

A Step Up For Stepfamilies

Marcia Watts

Anyone on the journey of becoming or being in a stepfamily knows that stepfamily life is complex. Members can often feel isolated, misunderstood and unrecognised.

Who do we talk to about our struggles? Who understands the unique challenges we face and can validate our often very conflicted feelings? Who and where do we turn to for guidance, support and encouragement and a sense of direction when everything feels chaotic and unpredictable?

Marcia Watts – step-parent, parent, wife, relationships counsellor and psychotherapist – knows the reality of being in a stepfamily from both personal and professional experience. In A Step Up for Stepfamilies, Marcia shares heartfelt, practical and reassuring research and strategies to empower you to cultivate your own thriving, resilient and loving stepfamily. She shows that being in a stepfamily can be enjoyable and rewarding, especially when armed with constructive and helpful tools to confidently step up challenges.

With real-life anecdotes, advice on parenting, grief, ex-factors and looking after yourself, and resources for professionals, A Step Up For Stepfamilies is the essential handbook to successfully navigate stepfamily life.

Legendary Lover

Helena Nista

Bored with your sex life? Suffer from premature ejaculation or performance anxiety in bed? Addicted to porn?

Legendary Lover: 6 Essential Steps to Having Great Sex is a step-by-step manual for any man who wants to be an extraordinary lover. In a society obsessed with suppressing rather than celebrating sex, this book tackles head-on the woes men face in the bedroom. It debunks myths and explores society’s sexual hangups. It also describes in intimate detail the sacred rituals, tools and practices available for more meaningful intimacy.

Lover, sex coach and Tantric teacher Helena Nista draws on her own experiences with more than 1,000 men to inspire readers to achieve mind-blowing connection, inside the bedroom and out. Legendary Lover is a must read for any man – or woman for that matter – yearning for sexual awakening.

Small Company, Big Business: How to get your small business ready to do business with big business

Bronwyn Reid

At some point, every small business will have to take on a contract with a large organisation if they are going to grow. But less than 15% of small companies are actually ready to take this step. Over more than 20 years in business, Bronwyn Reid has seen time and time again how winning one, initial contract with a ‘big name’ can be the spark that lets a small company realise its potential growth. But as Bronwyn knows from first-hand experience, becoming a supplier to a large company isn’t easy – and there’s a lot to know and do. But almost everything that has been written about the small business/big business relationship is from the big company point ofview. In this unique book, Bronwyn describes the 5 essential steps for attracting and retaining buyers as customers – whether they be national or international companies, Government, or even large Not For Profits.

  • Understand how big buyers think
  • Set solid business foundations
  • Develop robust business systems
  • Get on their radar
  • Tell your story


Elizabeth Campbell

Are you a small business struggling to make your website stand out from the crowd? Do you want to make your online content really work? Are you confused about where to even start? If so, WOW: Words on the Web is your book!

WOW offers insightful instruction, a step-by-step guide and the sage advice of years of writing experience, plus 77 tips you can easily implement straight away.

Words are our life blood and right now content is taking over the online world. It’s an area all businesses need to have a love affair with, otherwise you risk being outshone by your competition or, worse, left behind. Great content should be unique and useful to your readers whether it is a website, blog or social media update. If you want to stand out, generate leads and boost your business, simply turn the page and start writing today.

WIKID POWER: How to make influential decisions for superiority

Ian Coombe

Ian Coombe’s first book, WIKID POWER: How to Make Influential Decisions for Superiority, hit #1 on Amazon’s Bestseller list and Ho New releases list before it was launched.

Inside, Ian explains the 5-step decision-making process that was so effective at winning that the military wanted it classified beyond TOP SECRET. It is written in a conversational way and is salted with a myriad of Ian’s wonderful and amazing stories.

WIKID POWER explains many other theories and makes them redundant. If you want to know all about decision making, this is the only authoritative reference source you’ll ever need. A must for any bookshelf.

WIKID Fables

Ian Coombe

Ian Coombe, author of WIKID POWER, is transforming the magical literary world of fables into the contemporary world. No longer just for children, adults too are finding less time to read full books and are appreciating a quick story while they have their daily cuppa! With the traditional moral at the end of each story, the WIKID Fables tackle one decision-making topic at a time. There is no better way to learn than through story and Ian’s style is loved by adults and children alike!

All about decisions, all people of all backgrounds can immediately relate to the stories, which are craftily written inclusively to be culture, gender and family-structure neutral.

Ideal for ages 8 to 108!

Am I French Yet?

Kate Petersen

Have you ever dreamt of moving overseas and pretending to be someone else?

Kate always felt French. She spoke the language and had visited the country numerous times, but she wanted to ‘be’ French – hard to do when living in Australia. For years she dreamed of ‘doing life’ in France, and one day she made it happen. With her husband and three children in tow, Kate packed up their life in Australia and moved to picturesque South-West France for a complete change of scenery.

Am I French Yet? captures the pleasure and pain of making a dream into reality, and takes the reader on the inspiring journey of moving across the world to experience a new way of life. It’s 350 pages of family adventure, soul searching and heartfelt emotion as Kate seeks to learn more about herself and her new home.

The Entrepreneurs’ Guide to Self-Publishing

Ann Wilson

The Entrepreneurs’ Guide to Self-Publishing gives you a simple, easy-to-follow, step-by-step processes that will lead you on the journey from writing your book to the book launch and beyond.

You will learn:

  • How to develop and structure your book writing journey
  • How to turn your manuscript into a published book
  • Building your author platform
  • Leveraging your book for long term success

Based on ten years experience in the publishing industry, The Entrepreneurs’ Guide to Self-Publishing demystifies the book writing process, and the shows you how to publish a professional book yourself – one that you will be proud to hand out.

Hakoah Heroes

David Goldberg

This book has been written as an eternal tribute to a very humble Jewish Australian named Kurt Defris.

The young Kurt Defris was a dashing winger in the Austrian First Division Football League. In 1931 Kurt was transferred for a large fee from his club Fair Unitas to the famous Hakoah-Vienna. Kurt Defris, like so many persecuted Jews, fled Austria before annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany on 12 March 1938. In 1946 Kurt Defris came to Australia and remained in the Great Southern Land for the rest of his life.

Within weeks of his arrival this truly great man brought a dream into a reality, a reality that ultimately gave tens of thousands of Jewish immigrants in a new land, hope, safety among their own, and finally great pride in something, that, by its very nature brought together multitudes of people from all races and all creeds into perfect harmony.