8 Ways To Lessen the Sting of Insults (And Books That Will Help)

July 14, 2020

If you’re an author, a marketing director, an accountant, a celebrity, a career professional or even a business owner you’ve had to dodge a few insults in your professional lifetime. I’m not talking about constructive criticism; I’m talking about hurtful remarks intended to sting. These really stink and despite the intent of the wielder, they […]

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Lock Every Door

July 13, 2020

Fresh out of work, with a depleted bank account, Jules Larsen lands the opportunity of a lifetime—apartment sitting at one of the most upscale buildings in New York City, The Bartholomew. For a three month gig, the pay is amazing and all she has to do is ensure the apartment stays in good shape until […]

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Morning Makeover: How to Boost Your Productivity, Explode Your Energy, and Create an Extraordinary Life – One Morning At A Time! 

July 13, 2020

Mornings are critical when you prioritize success. Many experts reason that the best work comes in the early hours because that is when you have the most energy. As they tout in the military, getting even small things done early—like making your bed—increases the likelihood you’ll be more productive as it sets a positive intention […]

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Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials Into Triumphs

July 6, 2020

“If you think it’s simply enough to take advantage of the opportunities that arise in your life, you will fall short of greatness. What you must do is learn how to press forward precisely when everyone around you sees disaster.” Author Ryan Holiday challenges readers with the question, “What factor is holding you back right […]

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Runaway Jury

July 4, 2020

In Biloxi, Mississippi a landmark trial is set to take place with millions of dollars at stake. But this trial of David versus Goliath, or rather widow versus a conglomerate of tobacco company giants, has several puppeteers secretly pulling strings to ensure their own personal gains and victorious outcome. A fair and seemingly impartial jury […]

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Doesn’t Hurt to Ask: Using the Power of Questions to Communicate, Connect, and Persuade

July 1, 2020

Trey Gowdy shares in in his book, Doesn’t Hurt to Ask, the effective and powerful communication success strategies he’s honed as a seasoned prosecuting attorney and congressman. Stressing the virtue and power of thought-provoking questions, Gowdy outlines how crafting and delivering the right query, and following it up with deep listening, is the key to […]

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