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Book Review

Manly Manners

by Claire Foster

"Manly Manners" is an everyday guide that sets immediate, attainable goals for improving every aspect of a man’s life. There’s more to good etiquette than crab forks and cravats. Manly Manners: The Cultivation of the Inner, Spiritual... Read More

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The Infallible Way

by Melissa Wuske

With conviction and credibility, "The Infallible Way" is a self-help work that asserts that joy, peace and abundance are possible for all. Lawyer Julie Gaige’s self-help work The Infallible Way: Guide for Transforming Fear to Love... Read More

Book Review

The Network Sage

by Paige Van De Winkle

"The Network Sage" is a useful and well-researched self-help book that forwards methods for analyzing and changing relationships for the better. Glenna Crooks’s inclusive and enlightening self-help book, "The Network Sage", includes... Read More

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Thinking Just Hurts the Team

by Melissa Wuske

"Thinking Just Hurts the Team" offers a place of peace in the harried pace of professional life to bolster, rather than hamper, success. Thinking Just Hurts the Team: Find Happiness and Ignite Your Full Potential by Taking the Principles... Read More

Book Review

A World Diverse II

by Renate Childs

The eloquent language and thoughtful subjects of the poems are made prevalent. "A World Diverse II" by David Edmond is a thoughtful and passionate collection of poems that explores the most universal of life’s experiences. The work... Read More

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