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Measuring and Achieving Success In Any Endeavor
By Patricia Pulliam Phillips, Jack J Phillips
Defining success can be difficult if you are only looking through a single lens. Perspective is important. Demonstrating value from multiple perspectives will help prevent other people from undervaluing what you do.
Books to Watch | October 11, 2022
Permanent Distortion: How the Financial Markets Abandoned the Real Economy Forever
A riveting exposé of a permanent financial dystopia, its causes, and real-world consequences.
We Should All Be Readers: Parents and Early Caregivers Hold the Key
By Maya Payne Smart
To attain the consciousness, solidarity, and equity our society so desperately needs, we must be informed and deliberate in nourishing early literacy.
We See You & We Read You
Staff Favorites: Fall 2022
As the seasons change, so do our favorite books.
Books to Watch | October 4, 2022
The Rise of the Rest: How Entrepreneurs in Surprising Places Are Building the New American Dream
Steve Case shows how entrepreneurs across the country are building groundbreaking companies, renewing communities, and creating new jobs—in the process reimagining the American landscape and bringing people together around a shared future.
Beautiful, Gruesome, and True: Artists at Work in the Face of War
By Dylan Schleicher
Some of the most creative work comes out of the most difficult circumstances. This reality is borne out in Kaelen Wilson-Goldie's new book about the work artists are creating in the midst of violent conflicts around the world.
A Q&A with Jayme Ringleb
By Emily Porter
Jayme Ringleb writes their heart out onto each page of this debut collection.
Becoming an Inclusive Leader
By Jennifer Brown
Inclusive leaders are great leaders in the traditional sense, but they also lead with an additional vigilance, care, and intention. … They understand their identities and biases and recognize how they have shaped the way they view the world and the people around them. They take a strong stand against bias and discrimination, even in their most subtle forms.