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Jim Mahoney Jun 30
“Everyone is for change as long as they don’t have to do anything different!” Everyone is trying to someone else’s mind and behavior whether it’s getting them to buy something or try a new practice. Read my latest
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Book Post Jul 1
"writer after writer spoke to their astonishment when Morrison’s work inscribed in the language some feature of their lived experience that they had never imagined seeing as a part of the nation’s literature" On in our latest
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Book Post Jun 29
From our latest , editor Ann on the "unseemly impatience on the part of customers so eager to undo their racism that they were compelled to bully black small-business owners." Shops like are getting it done anyway!
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Tiffany Tseng 🍡 Apr 26
that section of infinite jest on the failure of 'videophony' (video calls) seems really appropriate right now
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Tiffany Tseng 🍡 May 28
Finally read The Mushroom at the End of the World, a series of essays around the symbiotic relationship among Matsutake mushrooms, the forest ecologies they grow in, the human ruins (deforestation) they grow out of, and the independent foragers that rely on them.
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Ross Velasco Jun 29
I love the main message Ray Dalio imparted here. All the principles he lived by is rooted from it. So I planted it in my life and working on seeing it grow.
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Book Post May 19
from our , the creative (even equestrian, we see you ) ways booksellers across the country are working to stay open and stay sane
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Steven Leyva Mar 7
If you want to hear the interview I did with for about my new book you listen at the link below. Hope you enjoy it.
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Bible Cafe™ Jan 12
✍🏼 "If we want to return to God, we must be prepared to break up the hard, barren ground of our spiritual lives." (Seeking Him, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and Tim Grissom, Moody Publishers 2019)
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Atul Jha Jun 21
new post: Enterprise software
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Xi Yang Apr 26
When it comes to learning, it is wise to learn from the best. 'Ugly things are ugly in much the same way the world over. Only the best can teach us, and the best of anything is individual'. Bruno Munari.
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Andre Abi Awad Apr 10
Comparing yourself to others is a waste of time. When you see someone else, you only see the part of the iceberg above the water. 📙You, Inc - The Art of Selling Yourself - by Harry Beckwith Get the on .
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Book Post May 19
we've been tracking (as put it in her round-up of the book industry's pandemic response) the many ways "the ever-indefatigable literary community is rising to the occasion" in the of our recent , like this piece on Onetti:
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Mandeep Smagh Jan 10
An ordinary being notices least that which is the greatest constant in his life. The last thing a fish would contemplate is the very medium of its existence.
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Jay Kuhns Apr 14
Future-Back: How Leaders Create the Future Today
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Anna Zornosa Mar 19
Recommended reading from author Ann Patchett and ⁦⁩. I just finished The Night Watchman and am ready to read the rest! From Ann: Sheltering in Place (With Books) – Musing
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Andre Abi Awad Apr 13
Schedules serve 3 functions : allow for commitments to be made, for people to see their work as a contribution to the whole, tracking of progress. 📙 The Art of Project Management - Scott Berkun Get the on .
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Book Post May 26
our latest gathers together coverage surrounding the state of news outlets, funding and survival after a rough week for journalism, big and small
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Tiffany Tseng 🍡 Apr 6
Replying to @scientiffic
(from Interior Chinatown )
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Atul Jha Jun 19
new post: customer needs
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