Book Review-Glucose Revolution: The Life-Changing Power of Balancing your Blood Sugar By Jessie Inchauspe

By Collins Booksellers Improve all areas of your health from your weight, sleep and cravings to your mood, energy and skin – and even slow down ageing – with easy-to-implement, science-based hacks to manage your blood sugar levels while still eating the foods you love.Glucose, or blood sugar, is a tiny molecule in our bodyContinue reading “Book Review-Glucose Revolution: The Life-Changing Power of Balancing your Blood Sugar By Jessie Inchauspe”

Book Review: The Aristocracy of Talent: How Meritocracy Made the Modern World

by Adrian Wooldridge Olympics fans aside, meritocracy doesn’t have many friends these days. Social-justice advocates view the meritocracy as a swindle, giving white people an excuse to hoard their privilege and leaving minorities only crumbs. On the right, populists look at a recession, forever wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and a globalized economy that hasContinue reading “Book Review: The Aristocracy of Talent: How Meritocracy Made the Modern World”

Book Review: Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding from Anywhere by Tsedal Neeley

By Randy • The prominent technology company Cisco launched one of the first systematic remote work programs in Silicon Valley in 1993.• I have been deeply involved in the issues of remote work and global organizations for nearly two decades. (this book had in fact been well under way).• Remote Work Revolution provides evidence-based answersContinue reading “Book Review: Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding from Anywhere by Tsedal Neeley”

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)”

Book Review: Intelligent Fitness: The Smart Way to Reboot Your Body and Get in Shape (with a foreword by Daniel Craig)

He has transformed Daniel Craig into the formidable James Bond for five blockbuster films, shaped Chris Evans into superhero Captain America, trained Chris Pratt for Guardians of the Galaxy and prepared actors such as Thandiwe Newton and John Boyega for the recent Star Wars films. Sharing his practical and highly accessible approach to reimagining your body and transforming your fitness, Simon encourages you toContinue reading “Book Review: Intelligent Fitness: The Smart Way to Reboot Your Body and Get in Shape (with a foreword by Daniel Craig)”

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”

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)”

The Cult of We: Wework, Adam Neumann, and the Great Startup Delusion

By Bookmarks Review “… a juicy guided tour through the highly leveraged, not-quite-rags-to-billion-dollar-parachute saga of WeWork and its co-founder Adam Neumann … separates itself from Billion Dollar Loser by quickly passing over Neumann’s upbringing and experiences on kibbutzim and in the Israeli military, as well as the origins and earliest days of WeWork…Instead, the book saves itsContinue reading “The Cult of We: Wework, Adam Neumann, and the Great Startup Delusion”

BOOK REVIEW: The Promises of Giants: How YOU can fill the leadership void

By Waterstones From socio-political chaos and workplace disruption to the climate change crisis, we have never needed people with the skill and will to collaborate to create a better world more than now. We need people who are willing to fill the leadership void. People who will embrace the influence they have. People who believeContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Promises of Giants: How YOU can fill the leadership void”

BOOK REVIEW: THE LAWS OF HUMAN NATURE BY ROBERT GREENE 

A review by Kirkus A follow-on to the author’s garbled but popular 48 Laws of Power, promising that readers will learn how to win friends and influence people, to say nothing of outfoxing all those “toxic types” out in the world. Greene (Mastery, 2012, etc.) begins with a big sell, averring that his book “is designedContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: THE LAWS OF HUMAN NATURE BY ROBERT GREENE “