Title: Asking Smarter Questions: How to Be an Agent of Insight Author: Sam Knowles Genre: Non-Fiction In Asking Smarter Questions: How to Be an Agent of Insight, organizations, innovators, and big-thinkers alike can expect to expand their perspective on this simple, but rarely easy, tactic to develop ideas and create solutions: asking questions.
Title: Cemetery Reflections Author: Jane Hopkins Genre: Non-Fiction/ Art and Photography As human beings, we have learned from a young age to use words to express ourselves. We use words to communicate, to convey our needs and wants, and as an outlet for the complexities of our thoughts and emotions.
Title: Person to Person: Change Your life and Fix the World Authors: Joeri Torfs and Pim Ampe Genre: Non-Fiction / Social Science In Person to Person, readers are guided through the building blocks and high-level functions of a society that focuses on connection, agency, and freedom. Working from the inside (individual) out (society),… Read More Person to Person – Editorial Review
Title: The Phoenix Career Principles Author: Tony Pisanelli Genre: Self-help / Non-fiction The tumult of the past couple of years has made it even more challenging for today’s generation to achieve financial security and career growth. Political unrest and worldwide economic instability have resulted in peak inflation rates and a cost-of-living crisis that… Read More The Phoenix Career Principles – Editorial Review
Title: Salt and Light: The Complete Jesus Author: Jonathan Geoffrey Dean Genre: Religious Studies / History of Christianity / Western Civilization Salt and Light: The Complete Jesus by Jonathan Geoffrey Dean is an ambitious and comprehensive look at what can be known about the historical person now known as Jesus of Nazareth. Through… Read More Salt and Light – Editorial Review
Title: More Curious Questions Author: Martin Fone Genre: Non-fiction More Curious Questions addresses a plethora of curiosities ranging from the mundane to the complex. A sequel to Fifty Curious Questions and a product of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine, the questions in this book are reflective of the often random and curious places… Read More More Curious Questions – Editorial Review
Author: Assegid Habtewold Title: Overcoming 1st Timer Syndrome: 11 Antidotes to Thrive Beyond First-Time Leadership Pitfalls Genre: Leadership / Management / Self-Help This neatly organized book offers readers a guide on how to handle their first leadership position while encouraging those who still might have “1st Timer Syndrome” along a path to eliminating… Read More Overcoming 1st Timer Syndrome – Editorial Review
Title: Emotional Intelligence at Work: A Personal Operating System for Career Success Author: Richard M. Contino Genre: Nonfiction / Business Emotional Intelligence at Work – A Personal Operating System for Career Success by Richard M. Contino focuses on developing one’s business emotional intelligence to be successful at work. Despite the belief that the… Read More Emotional Intelligence at Work – Editorial Review
Title: Stepping Beyond Intention Author: Daniel Mangena Genre: Self-help Changing behaviors is difficult and changing the ways you think are even harder. In Stepping Beyond Intention, the author outlines an interesting process that promotes positive internal changes that radiate to positive physical outcomes. He explains the four-step process to change the way a… Read More Stepping Beyond Intention – Editorial Review
Title: Extraordinary Women in History: 70 Remarkable Women Who Made a Difference, Inspired & Broke Barriers Author: Leah Gail Genre: Non-fiction / Biography / History Extraordinary Women in History: 70 Remarkable Women Who Made a Difference, Inspired & Broke Barriers introduces us to the many women who have changed the world. From the… Read More Extraordinary Women in History – Editorial Review