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The Miracle Morning

Author Hal Elrod has built quite a following with The Miracle Morning series. He wrote the book to share with the world what he discovered had helped him achieve great success in his personal and professional life. Yet Elrod is not sharing these pearls of wisdom lightly. He’s overcome a major professional setback, a tragic […]

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Book Craft Spotlight Q&A With Tina P. Schwartz

Many writers and authors get stuck. They’re uncertain what they need to do to get their books in the hands of publishers and onto readers. Sometimes it’s lack of motivation, other times, it’s getting sidelined by rejections. That’s where coaching comes in. Working with a book coach, helps authors overcome mental and physical barriers along […]

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Assertiveness Training: Stop People Pleasing, Feeling Guilty and Caring for What Others Think, and Start Speaking Up, Saying No, and being More Confident.

I found this little gem on Amazon and decided to check it out. I was pleasantly surprised at this fifth book in the Practical Emotional Intelligence series by James W. Williams. Yes, the title is lengthy, but it does a nice job in summarizing the wisdom, advice, and tools that you’ll find inside to build […]

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How to Be an Even Better Manager

How to Be an Even Better Manager provides the blueprint for managing successfully in any situation, from policy and decision making to building effective skills and an exemplary team. The forty chapters outlined in this book by Michael Armstrong cover everything a manager should have a working knowledge of. Especially if they have their sights […]

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10 Make or Break Career Moments: Navigate, Negotiate, and Communicate for Success

This professional life-guide by Casey Hawley is broken down into ten chapters which reflect career-making moments that everyone will enter somewhere along their professional journey, probably more than one time. This book provides strategy and suggestions from “the first time you meet an executive” to “the moment you resign from your job” and all the […]

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Author Q&A With Renée Rosen

Renée Rosen is the bestselling author of Park Avenue Summer, Windy City Blues, White Collar Girl, What the Lady Wants and Dollface. She’s also the author of Every Crooked Pot, a YA novel published in 2007. Most people discover their love of reading first and then decide to try writing. For Renée Rosen, it was […]

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