Book Review: See, Solve, Scale: How Anyone Can Turn an Unsolved Problem into a Breakthrough Success (Paperback)

Professor Danny Warshay Inspired by Brown University’s beloved course – The Entrepreneurial Process – Danny Warshay’s See, Solve, Scale is a proven and paradigm-shifting method to unlocking the power of entrepreneurship. The Entrepreneurial Process, one of Brown University’s highest-rated courses, has empowered thousands of students to start their own ventures. You might assume these ventures started becauseContinue reading “Book Review: See, Solve, Scale: How Anyone Can Turn an Unsolved Problem into a Breakthrough Success (Paperback)”

8 HINTS ON HOW TO EFFECTIVELY PROMOTE YOUR BOOK ON SOCIAL MEDIA BY BRANDON STANLEY

Posted by Stephanie Chandler The rise of social media changed the way writers promote themselves. We’re seeing non-fiction and fiction books being promoted on all platforms. Some of these campaigns are truly successful in terms of creating awareness. Others fail. Effective marketing is what makes the difference. You might be wondering: how do you effectively promote your book onContinue reading “8 HINTS ON HOW TO EFFECTIVELY PROMOTE YOUR BOOK ON SOCIAL MEDIA BY BRANDON STANLEY”

A free, 12-week email newsletter template for authors (copy+paste conversion)

By Derek Murphy  Recently I’ve been updating and bundling some of my book marketing resources, and I was sure I’d already posted this but can’t find it on my blog. So here it is: If you want to write an email autoresponder/”welcome series” newsletter and need a specific plan and timeline to follow, this shouldContinue reading “A free, 12-week email newsletter template for authors (copy+paste conversion)”

Book review: The Candy House By Jennifer Egan

By Book Browse  From one of the most celebrated writers of our time, a literary figure with cult status, a “sibling novel” to her Pulitzer Prize- and ​NBCC Award-winning A Visit from the Goon Squad – an electrifying, deeply moving novel about the quest for authenticity and meaning in a world where memories and identities are noContinue reading “Book review: The Candy House By Jennifer Egan”

Emotion by Design: Creative Leadership Lessons from a Lifetime at Nike

by Greg Hoffman Hoffman, the former chief marketing officer of Nike, teaches readers how to unleash creativity and innovation within a team—to stir emotions and connect to one another. All organizations, big and small, rely on innovation to move the company forward; particularly in these uncertain times, innovation is even more critical. Hoffman draws on hisContinue reading “Emotion by Design: Creative Leadership Lessons from a Lifetime at Nike”

Writer’s Block: 10 Ways to Defeat a Writer’s Worst Enemy

By Reedsy What is writer’s block? Writer’s block is the creative slump that authors face when they don’t know what to write. It affects writers in all stages of their career — and if left unchecked, it can impede your writing for days, weeks, or even months. The good news is there are plenty ofContinue reading “Writer’s Block: 10 Ways to Defeat a Writer’s Worst Enemy”

(Book Review) Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen

By Next Big Idea Club Zoe Chance is a behavioral scientist and professor. She runs a course at Yale School of Management called Mastering Influence and Persuasion, and it ranks as their most popular elective. Prior to Yale, Zoe managed a $200 million segment of the Barbie brand at Mattel, and acted on stage andContinue reading “(Book Review) Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen”

Sweat: A History of Exercise(Book Review)

By Next Big Idea Club Bill Hayes is a journalist and photographer whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and the New York Review of Books. He’s also the author of seven books, and the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in nonfiction. Below, Bill shares 5 key insights from his new book, Sweat: A History ofContinue reading “Sweat: A History of Exercise(Book Review)”

A FLUTE IN WHISKY

By Tonny Wandella I remember, pangs of the aftermath have forced me to…As if it would be quenched, I dipped my flute in a glass of beaming yellow hues.Which refracted away its soulful stead; and found it rather hefty and pensive.It was clogged with honey: the same remedy only bitter.As it drenched my tongue whichContinue reading “A FLUTE IN WHISKY”

Many People Knew People

What use is left of bones picked off meat?And of days heart to heart yet vain.So many people locked themselves inside an indifferent nostalgia,And buried the key in a deep-sea so selfish.Yes, prisoners of past moments.Beyond their curses and blessings,Many people met people in those glory nightsFull of illusion. And broken people met a wholeContinue reading “Many People Knew People”