Publication Date: April 14, 2020

The second edition of Taking the Mystery out of Business will be released on April 14th. Content has been updated to reflect modern technology (it was published when the first iPad was only a year old) but, otherwise, remains the same.

Like a good mystery novel, the world of business involves drama and suspense – not to mention a never-ending supply of red herrings.  Taking the Mystery out of Business simplifies a complex subject, showing readers how to identify the killer aspects of the business world and dodge bullets that could inflict fatal wounds.

Business owners, independent contractors, managers, and  employees often wear many hats and deal with limited time, budgets, and resources.  In this practical primer, Linda McHenry (writing as Linda Faulkner) lays out the fundamentals, providing examples and tips so newcomers to the business world can easily gain an understanding of the challenges they face. Experienced professionals will benefit from a refresher on basic strategies and how to stay ahead of the competition.

Starting with attitude and covering everything from money management to customer attention, Taking the Mystery Out of Business is a resource for entrepreneurs, employees, and anyone who has questions about the often mysterious world of business.

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“Linda’s book really is an arsenal of tools and resources to help managers and their businesses succeed. I can see myself referring back to the book regularly–and I’ve been at this a while!”

– Janel Queen, Director of Career Advancement, College of Business, University of Montana, Missoula

“Having known her for several years, I’ve learned that Linda McHenry and I agree on many things, business-wise: honesty in all relationships, excellent “bend-over-backwards” customer service, the best possible product delivered, and the importance of networking – the right way! I’m pleased she has taken the time to share her business experience and expertise in book form, because she does it as a matter-of-course in her everyday life with her many business associates.”

– Bill Samsoe, Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce