Sacred Success
Barbara Stanny, a coach specializing in women and finance, merges the importance of personal fiscal knowledge with the spiritual messages of A Course in Miracles by Helen Schucman and William Thetford. Stanny discusses four steps women can take to fulfill their true purpose – though she recommends gaining financial... Read more
Show Your Work
Learning and development practitioner Jane Bozarth “shows her work” in this beautifully illustrated manual. Most people agree that in general the journey is as worthwhile as the destination. But when it comes to your work, other people generally see only your destination – your final product. People largely ignore... Read more
Selfish, Scared and Stupid
Don’t be self-centered, cowardly or dumb – well, of course not, you may think. After all, such well-meaning admonitions drawn from conventional wisdom are almost universally accepted. Yet according to behavioral researchers Dan Gregory and Kieran Flanagan, being “selfish, scared and stupid” has been and still is a primary... Read more
When She Makes More
Financial expert Farnoosh Torabi discusses alarming statistics about financially nontraditional relationships and marriages. Women who earn more than their male partners are more likely to stay single. Once married, couples with female breadwinners suffer higher rates of infidelity on both sides, and are more likely to divorce and to... Read more
Refire! Don’t Retire
Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager, and geriatric psychologist Morton Shaevitz combine their impressive talents and admirable ideas to explain how older people can use the principles of “refiring” to infuse their senior years with zest. This accessible parable offers sensible, helpful ideas for readers, old and... Read more