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Random Commuter Observations (RCOs): Living the Dream on the Way to Work

Publication Date: 05/29/2018

Stress, inconsiderate people, sweat, delays, really strange smells, massive crowds, wearying bureaucracy, funny conversations overheard, and startling things seen…these “joys” and more are the unavoidable facts of life for millions of commuters. Author Mike Lewis – writer, people person, observer of mankind, and fellow commuter – has regularly chronicled his adventures and…

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White Collar Warrior: Lessons for Sales Professionals from America’s Military Elite

Publication Date: 05/22/2018

To be the best, you must learn from the best. Drawing on exclusive interviews with former members of the U.S. Special Forces and leading sales professionals from a variety of industries, executive coach Bill Hart shows you how to develop the mindset, habits, and disciplines to elevate your sales performance…

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Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations

Publication Date: 05/15/2018

I am Barbara from Harlem and my God, my Country, and my Conscience are my guides. I was a liberal by default. I asked no questions. I had no answers. I just pulled the lever to vote for Democrats as was expected of me. Most of my fellow Black Americans…

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Play Ball: Don’t Let Injuries Sideline You This Season

Publication Date: 05/01/2018

There’s a slow-motion epidemic of arm injury happening in youth baseball, but it’s one that can be both prevented—and treated. The statistics for baseball injuries are grim: 30% of kids ages 9 to 19 who play baseball experience shoulder pain 50% of all youth pitchers reported elbow or shoulder pain…

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Verizon Untethered: An Insider’s Story of Innovation and Disruption

Publication Date: 05/01/2018

The Verizon leadership team stands apart from most leadership teams today in their willingness repeatedly to put the enterprise before the individual. At first blush, this might look like a hopelessly old-fashioned notion in the age of the selfie. Yet, I would argue this is a trait that future leaders…

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Arrow to the Heart: The Last Battle at the Little Big Horn: The Custer Battlefield Museum v. The Federal Government

Publication Date: 04/24/2018

In the spring of 2005 a federally orchestrated raid took place at the small Montana town of Garryowen. Christopher Kortlander, the private owner of Garryowen and the focus of the raid, was suspected of selling valuable historical artifacts with false provenance. Kortlander vigorously fought this criminal allegation and eventually revealed…

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Always Eat Dessert… and 6 More Weight Loss and Lifestyle Habits I Learned in the Convent

Publication Date: 04/17/2018

When I entered the convent, I was eighteen, heavyset, and lacking self-confidence. I planned to stay forever, living an idealistic life devoted to God. Perhaps deep down I was looking for one solution to all of life’s decisions and ambiguities while forging ahead despite parental disapproval. But the years I…

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spOIL Me: essentially speaking

Publication Date: 06/12/2018

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ease and flow of this poetic look at healing and empowerment. spOIL Me both educates and informs readers about essential oils and their uses. How can we bring balance back into our lives? How can we limit the number of toxins we consume? spOIL…

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Dear Martha, WTF?: What I Found in My Search for Why

Publication Date: 04/10/2018

Tricia LaVoice’s life turned upside-down when her parents were tragically killed in an automobile accident. Her close relationships with her mother and father made everyday life afterwards a challenge.  Happily married and with a beautiful baby girl, Tricia had no time to fall apart. Over the years as her family…

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The Legacy

Publication Date: 04/10/2018

Russell Woolfe, a faded TV producer, is struggling with his father’s death. Deeply uncomfortable with his own Jewish identity, he is torn between anger with his father—estranged over Russell’s marrying a non-Jewish woman – and grief over their failure to reconcile. At his father’s memorial Russell meets Joe Kuchinsky, a…

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