If you have anything to protect, or if you merely live and operate in today’s world, here’s your next book. “Rossen to the Rescue” does double-duty: it keeps you safe, and it makes you chuckle.
Remember summer afternoons with a pile of comics and a cold drink by your elbow? It’s hard to believe that the focus of that childhood memory was Big Business then, and even bigger now.
Pitching isn't just selling. It's a superpower.
Retirement lies ahead...someday. But how do you plan and act properly to get to that point?
From a dawn’s-early morning, to a starlit bedtime, author Siobhán Gallagher pokes lightheartedly at the average worker’s existence, which can be sharply hilarious and altogether too familiar.
“The Long Haul” is one of those rare books that peeks inside the trucking and logistics industry—which you almost never hear about—from a voice that’s more upbeat than hammer-down.
Author Mitch Prinstein makes us want to look inward to explain why we’re always invited for Happy Hour (or not), and why co-workers cheer or groan at certain names on team projects.
“Connection is the very essence of life,” writes author Julia Hobsbawm. But it’s also important that “the power of being connected is… [knowing] the opposite – when to disconnect and unplug.”
Who’s the best ad-rep to entrust your ad dollars? Are your ads working — or do you need “The End of Advertising”? What author Andrew Essex ultimately finds — and recommends — really could change the world.