Book Review: “In Praise of Wasting Time”
Book Review: “In Praise of Wasting Time”

Learn to embrace downtime: it’s the best way “to nourish the Self” and gain “necessary inner stability,” writes author Alan Lightman.

Book Review: “Note to Self”
Book Review: “Note to Self”

There’s a good mix of inspiring, gracious and grateful tales inside this book, from those with stardom already in-pocket, to a few that may not be household names quite yet.

Book Review: “Breaking Up with Busy”
Book Review: “Breaking Up with Busy”

The solution to “breaking up with busy” won’t be easy and the author’s ideas can have a whiff of new-agey-ness to them.

Book Review: “The Trauma Cleaner”
Book Review: “The Trauma Cleaner”

This is a biography of cringing, compassion, and somebody’s-got-to-do-it resourcefulness, but with a breezy heft of fabrication built in. It’s so singular that it’s almost irresistible.

Book Review: “Putting Your Employees First”
Book Review: “Putting Your Employees First”

How do you best manage a diverse group of employees? The answers found in this book could at least make workplaces less stuffy, more worker-friendly, and quite possibly more efficient for better profitability.

Book Review: “Sleep”
Book Review: “Sleep”

You may scoff at the idea of a “sleep coach,” but what the author espouses for elite athletes he works with, he says, can extend to the enhancement of performance in business.

Book Review: “Soon: An Overdue History of Procrastination”
Book Review: “Soon: An Overdue History of Procrastination”

Procrastinators, as it turns out, are in good company: 1 out of 5 of us chronically waits until the last minute to start tasks. Such delay, says Santella, “is one of the oldest stories ever told.”

Book Review: “Organize Your Team Today”
Book Review: “Organize Your Team Today”

It’s an age-old business question: how can you get the best performance from your employees? The answer, say the authors, is counterintuitive: ask for less.

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Book Review: "Black Fortunes"

Author Shomari Wills offers interesting, thoughtful tales that show readers how past Black entrepreneurs - some of whom could barely read or write - changed U.S. economics and paved the way for later wealth-builders.