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Sacred Lessons: Teaching My Father How to Love

Publication Date: 02/18/2025

In Sacred Lessons: Teaching My Father How to Love, Mike de la Rocha explores how inherited definitions of manhood profoundly impacted his ability to connect with his father, his family, and ultimately himself, inviting readers on a transformative journey of self-discovery, forgiveness, and love. Sacred Lessons is a deeply moving…

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None of the Answers: Racing Through Life in Reverse

Publication Date: 02/18/2025

You’re invited to take a wild ride in life with tenacity, risk, danger, and near death—yielding lessons, rewards and mantras—Buckle Up! None of the Answers is a revealing memoir by successful American entrepreneur Jeff Swaney. Written in the lost art of Gonzo journalism, the stories chronicle a life lived outside…

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Embracing Infinite Possibilities: Letting Go of Fear to Find Your Highest Potential

Publication Date: 02/11/2025

Dr. Bernard Harris shares his journey, and an honest discussion of his struggles, ambitions, hopes and dreams, as a testimony to the voyage that we all face with a desire to discover the power from within. All of us have to deal with external challenges at some point in our…

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Inside the Reagan White House: A Front-Row Seat to Presidential Leadership with Lessons for Today

Publication Date: 02/04/2025

An inside look at the most successful president of modern times. What makes a good White House memoir? The right mix of personal stories, insight on the president, discussion of policy and historical events, and crazy, colorful anecdotes that capture the reader’s attention. Inside the Reagan White House has all…

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Random Acts of Automation: How to Fight Back When Automation Threatens Your Work, Your Life, and Everything You Do

Publication Date: 01/28/2025

Feeling uneasy about AI? Worried it'll make your job obsolete and you're once-solid training outdated? You're not alone. As the automation tsunami crashes over the workforce, forget fear mongering headlines and confusing jargon. This book will be your life raft through the chaos, leading you to shore. Random Acts of…

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Breaking the Medicine Monopolies: Reflections of a Generic Drug Pioneer

Publication Date: 01/28/2025

Breaking the Medicine Monopolies is a lawyer’s personal narrative of the events that led to the widespread use of low-cost generic drugs and the current drug price crisis. Breaking the Medicine Monopolies is a personal narrative about Alfred Engelberg’s fifty years of legal work in the drug industry. He takes…

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Navigating Feedback at Work, Home, and Everywhere Else

Publication Date: 01/28/2025

Navigating Feedback at Work, Home, and Everywhere Else unveils the transformative power of feedback that will lead you into more joy, fulfillment, and integration in your social networks. In the bestselling book, Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well by Douglas Stone & Sheila Heen,…

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What’s Wrong with the Right Side of History: Exposing the Roots of Progressive Pathology

Publication Date: 01/28/2025

This book challenges the popular notion that there is a “right” side of history, arguing that this naive view of historical events is extremely dangerous after having been used repeatedly to justify the brutal treatment of those deemed to be on the “wrong” side.   All of us have to…

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More Than a Doll: How Creating a Sports Doll Turned into a Fight to End Gender Stereotypes

Publication Date: 01/21/2025

Can gender stereotypes in childhood be more destructive than our culture perceives and stand in the way of gender equality? When Jodi Bondi Norgaard, an experienced entrepreneur, attempted to shake-up the toy industry with a sports doll that appeals to today’s more athletic, adventurous girls, she came to realize the…

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God-Given or Bust: Defeating Marxism and Saving America with Biblical Truths

Publication Date: 01/14/2025

In America, either rights come from God—or they don’t. This is the ultimate war, and God-Given or Bust tells how patriots can win. American exceptionalism is rooted in the idea that individual rights come from God and government is only in place to preserve and protect those rights. But America’s…

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