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How To Be An Effective Business Leader (And Not Be a BLEEP!)

Poor leadership skills cause discord in the workplace and can negatively impact a company’s bottomline and employee morale. Often we see other people as “the problem” when we should be looking at ourselves in the mirror. HOW NOT TO ACT LIKE AN ASSHOLE AT WORK by international business consulting expert, Melissa Davies, delivers examples and lessons on how to create …

Spring Reads

Perfect for 20s, 30s and anyone interested in launching or being included in a start-up, The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career gives great advice on how to survive the “gig economy” and live a freelance creative life. With a collection of contributors, team Jessica Hagy and Jason Oberhotlzer has gathered insightful information for people making a living …

First Jobs: True Tales of Bad Bosses, Quirky Coworkers, Big Breaks, and Small Paychecks

Wise, hilarious and heartfelt, Merritt Watt’s First Jobs brings you detailed looks at famous and not-so famous individuals during some of the least glamourous moments in their lives – on the clock at their very first jobs. Writer and reporter Watts collected stories from 50 individuals of every class, creed and profession about their earliest taste of the adult world.

Color Away Anxiety:

How a simple kids’ activity counters stress in the adult world Remember those hours you spent as a kid doodling away in your favorite coloring book? Whether it featured Mickey Mouse, Power Rangers or ocean scenes, it centered your careening thoughts on a simple yet creative task, rewarding you with an image brought to life with color. Many psychologists now …

Rad American Women A – Z

Authors honor radical U.S. women in hot-selling new children’s book By Elizabeth Putfark You might think you know your A, B, C’s, but you’ve never learned them like this. Now in its second printing inside of two months, Rad American Women A – Z brings kids and parents the stories of some of America’s greatest unsung heroines. Starting with “A …