June 6, 2023

Crossing The Swamp: My Path to Innovating as a Parrallel Entrepreneur

In Crossing the Swamp, entrepreneur and investor John Shen recounts his path to success in order, he writes, “to support the growing interest in entrepreneurship in the US.”

Shen’s book opens in crisis: During the 2008 crash, as his Orlando-based real estate collapses in slow motion around him, he considers jumping out a hotel window—but […]


May 2, 2023

Get WalletWise Workbook: Proven and Powerful Personal Finance and Budgeting Tips for Finding Financial Freedom

Ken Remsen shares helpful tips and illuminating experiences from the world of everyday personal money management in Get WalletWise.

Although informative for any audience, the book caters to young people and those with little successful experience managing personal finances. Appropriately, significant discussion revolves around avoiding trouble with credit cards, high-interest loans and debt settlements, as […]


April 11, 2023

Bragging Rights: How to Talk About Your Work Using Purposeful Self-Promotion

MediaFace founder and consultant Lisa Bragg shares warm, encouraging advice for self-promotion in her debut guide, Bragging Rights: How to Talk About Your Work Using Purposeful Self-Promotion.

Everyone needs to be able to brag about themselves, no matter how awkward it feels, she says; “the shift in our world of work is that we all […]


November 1, 2022

A Leap to an Ecological Economy: third edition

“Climate change,” states Derek Paul in his third edition of A Leap into an Ecological Economy, “is the greatest threat to life in general and the human race in particular…” With this edition, he hopes to promote a new paradigm that “recognizes the interdependence of species” and “requires respect for life.”

Paul notes that “a […]


October 10, 2022

The 6ixth Evolution

A perfect storm of globalism, “the widespread use of debt and leverage,” technological innovation, and the “imperfect governmental structures and systems” in the U.S. and elsewhere have created, according to Larry Straub in The 6ixth Evolution, “economic and societal complexities like never before.” These complexities require a new approach to career pathways and economic stability, […]


August 29, 2022

Driven by Compassion: 8 Values for Successful Servant Leaders

Longtime healthcare leader David Zechman steps forward with this quiet, kindly guide to servant leadership under circumstances good and bad.

A former CEO of two hospitals and devoted family man, he aims to support readers on their “daily leadership journey” through the exploration of eight “compassionate values,” each given its own chapter. Chapter titles are […]


August 1, 2022

The Risk Paradox: Life Lessons from 102 Amazing Risk-Takers

Risk-taking is part of life. Even playing it safe by staying in bed, authors Alan Ying and Doug Schneider note, results in risk – that of muscle atrophy. So, if risks can’t be avoided, when should you take a chance and when should you back away? The authors explore that question through 102 short, risk-taker […]