Monthly Archives: December 2013

Breaking the Stereotype That Reading isn’t Manly


Nicolas Gremion asserts that if we could make the culinary arts cool for men, then we can make reading cool, too.

You’ve just bought a new entertainment center. It’s going to require a bit of assembly, and though you’re ashamed to admit it, you suck with tools.

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2013’s Top 10 Books to Enhance Your Talent Recruitment Process

Recruiting the most valuable talent for your company can be an overwhelming feat. But locating resources that help you navigate the recruiting and hiring process can lighten the load and steer you on the path to the perfect fit.

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Writing with Profit in Mind? Your Book has Already Failed


If your primary motivation for writing is making money, you’re setting yourself up for disappointment.

Outliers like James Patterson, Stephen King, and Nora Roberts often skew our perception of how lucrative publishing really is.

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