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What We Talk About When We Talk About Cities (And Love)

NON-FICTION “Andy Merrifield is original, erudite, politically alive and readable.” —John Berger “Dip into any page of Merrifield’s idiosyncratic and learned commentary on urbanity and politics and you’ll take away memorable insights.” —Andrew Ross “Merrifield is accessible, optimistic and even fun.” —The New York Times “Andy Merrifield is an exciting writer who brings a fresh […]

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The Economics of Emotion: How to Build a Business Everyone Will Love

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT Finding success in today’s marketplace is not about data, numbers, or projections – it’s about understanding people and what drives them. This invaluable guide provides the knowledge you’ll need to transform your business, inside and out, into a more admired and human-centric enterprise. People make decisions based on their emotions. It’s a […]

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A Day in the Life of a Dog (Uit het leven van een hond)

NOVEL There is no other Dutch writer who can make life shine and sparkle the way Sander Kollaard does. — De Groene Amsterdammer A rich book, full of marvellous phrases, metaphors and observations; at the same time it is all implicit, calm and small. That is what Kollaard is all about: showing greatness in the […]

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Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew

AUTISM| PSYCHOLOGY| PARENTING AWARDS Bronze Winner in Psychology, Foreword Book of the Year Awards Honorable Mention in Parenting, Foreword Book of the Year Awards Gold Award, Mom’s Choice Awards iParenting Media Award Parents will find a compassionate, astute ally who has lived the journey…Ten Things contains a remarkable amount of detailed information, helpful suggestions, and […]

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Limitless: How to Ignore Everybody, Carve your Own Path, and Live Your Best Life

BUSINESS | PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT “Smart, insightful, life-reorienting…Some books demand your attention. If you are ready to reject conventional definitions of success and bring consonance to your life, invest the time to read this book.” – Shawn Achor, New York Times Best-Selling Author of The Happiness Advantage and Big Potential “Laura Gassner Otting relieves us of […]

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F#ck Content Marketing: Focus on Content Experience to Drive Demand, Revenue & Relationships

  BUSINESS | MARKETING “Every demand-generation-focused marketer should read and share this book with their team to unleash future growth and a sustainable revenue path.” – Meagen Eisenberg, CMO, MongoDB “Don’t make another piece of content without reading this first. A truthful and modern examination of how content is broken and where to find the […]

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Acceleration: What All Entrepreneurs Must Know about Startup Law

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT “Unlike most lawyers, Ryan doesn’t tell entrepreneurs all the things they cannot do; instead he provides succinct, battle-tested advice on how to achieve your startup’s unique business objectives. Beg, borrow, buy, or steal this book today, and thank me next week.” – Patrick Vlaskovits, New York Times best-selling author of Hustle and […]

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The Gospel of Fire: Strategies for Facing Your Fears, Confronting Your Demons, and Finding Your Purpose

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT | PSYCHOLOGY Eliot Marshall has always been a fighter–from overcoming bullies and bigots who targeted his half-black, half-Jewish heritage to using his martial-arts prowess to become part of the UFC. But beneath his badass exterior, Eliot struggled with severe anxiety, until he learned to live a life of true purpose. In The Gospel […]

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Start with Story: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Using Story to Grow Your Business

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT | ENTREPRENEURSHIP “‘The story’ surrounding any product is more important than the product itself. The reason is because all products have their merit and all have similarities. The real juice is in ‘the story’ of the product, which stirs the client’s interest. Everyone loves a story, so be sure you have a […]

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Hiring on Purpose: How the Y Scouts Method Is Revolutionizing the Search for Leaders

BUSINESS | MANAGEMENT You want to recruit quality leadership talent to give your company the ultimate advantage, but the candidate who looks ideal on paper may not be right for your business. Skills, qualifications, and background are never enough. You need to look beyond the resume, focus on human factors like values, vision, and purpose, […]

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