Beyond Knowledge: How Technology Is Driving an Age of Conssciousness

William Halal (Foresight Books)

| Reviewed by Franklin Bauer

Beyond Knowledge: How Technology Is Driving an Age of Consciousness by William Halal is not just a book; it's a profound exploration of the evolution of human thought and society. In a world marked by uncertainty, misinformation, and looming global challenges, Halal's work serves as a guiding light, illuminating the path toward a brighter future. The book raises crucial questions and provides surprising answers for readers. Halal, drawing on his extensive experience as a former aerospace engineer, professor, and founder of TechCast, presents a...

Conscious Parenting: Using the Parental Awareness Threshold

Robert A Saul, MD (Robert Saul)

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Conscious Parenting: Using the Parental Awareness Threshold by Robert A. Saul, MD, is an invaluable guide for parents navigating the complexities of raising children in today's society. In the digital age where distractions are manifold and when cultural changes are a constant, Dr. Saul, drawing on a lifetime of work with children and parents, offers a concise yet comprehensive framework for conscious parenting, providing readers with practical tools to understand their interactions with their children and optimize positive outcomes. This book...

Scriptless: A Memoir

Carol McMillan (Sidekick Press)

| Reviewed by Matthew Novak

Scriptless: A Memoir by Carol McMillan is a profound journey through the tumultuous late sixties in San Francisco, offering readers a unique perspective on personal growth, societal shifts, and the search for meaning. McMillan's candid memoir details her exploration of identity against the backdrop of a rapidly changing world, providing a compelling narrative that stands out for its unwavering honesty and transformative insights. The memoir is not merely a recollection of personal experiences but an introspective revelation of a young woman's a...

The Happy Lawyer

Paul Karvanis (self-published)

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Paul Karvanis' profound journey from a disillusioned, suited attorney to a fulfilled life coach is condensed in The Happy Lawyer, a groundbreaking book charting a path to contentment amid the clamor of legal careers. Embracing the struggles of feeling entrapped in an unsatisfying routine, Karvanis dives into his personal experience, contemplating his palpable disenchantment while enshrouded in an elegant but sterile corporate world. In this innovative guide, the author introspectively recounts his revelation that mere success and financial gain...

The Michelangelo Project: Making It in the Digital Century Workforce

Isabel Wu (Meta Management Press)

| Reviewed by Bertin Drizller

The Michelangelo Project: Making It in the Digital Century Workforce by Isabel Wu is a groundbreaking blueprint for navigating the rapidly changing landscape of the contemporary workforce. Wu adeptly dissects the longstanding employer-employee relationship paradigm, elucidating the challenges workers face in today's digitally-driven era. In a book structured around Michelangelo's journey, Wu masterfully empowers readers to break free from the constraints of a faltering system, embracing adaptation and self-empowerment. Wu offers a transformativ...

UNPLUGGED! A Practical Guide to Managing Teenage Stress in the Digital Age: Proven Techniques for Pr...

Oreste J Daversa (Cutting Edge Technology Publishing)

| Reviewed by Cristina Prescott

UNPLUGGED! A Practical Guide to Managing Teenage Stress in the Digital Age by Oreste DAversa is a powerful resource for parents, guardians, and educators navigating the increasingly impactful digital age on teenagers' well-being. The author communicates with fluidity and accessibility, offering a range of practical solutions intertwined with real-life examples to address the contemporary challenges when it comes to how children are affected by digital reality. Divided into seven chapters, each section serves as a robust toolkit, focusing on dis...

The Mistakes Managers Make And How Much It Costs Them

J.D. Strazz (Olympia Publishing (London))

| Reviewed by Franklin Bauer

The Mistakes Managers Make and How Much It Costs Them by J.D. Strazz is a captivating blend of autobiography and business savvy, offering an enlightening journey through the author's experiences and entrepreneurial insights. Strazz's narrative eloquently intertwines his personal story with valuable business lessons, drawing readers into his struggles, achievements, and pivotal revelations. The book extends beyond mere management techniques, examining the depths of building a successful startup, and emphasizing the critical nuances of leadership...

On Your Marks, Get Set... LEAD!

Anna Marshall (Anna Marshall)

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

On Your Marks, Get Set... LEAD! by Anna Marshall is a remarkable book that delivers valuable lessons in leadership and provides insights that emerging leaders can use to create a successful path to leadership. With over 20 years of experience in educating and coaching leaders, Marshall extensively covers the fundamental aspects of people management and offers practical guidance for those aspiring to become exceptional leaders. Marshall's clear and concise approach makes the book accessible to a wide range of readers, filling the pages with prac...

The Mistakes Managers Make And How Much It Costs Them

J.D. Strazz (Olympia Publishing (London))

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

The Mistakes Managers Make and How Much It Costs Them by J.D. Strazz is a thought-provoking meld of autobiography and business that provides valuable lessons for leaders and start-ups. Through a series of short stories, the author exposes his personal struggles, successes, and the crucial insights he gained throughout his career. J.D. Strazz has the extraordinary ability to pull readers in through stellar storytelling, drawing lessons from his life and experiences. Starting from his days playing in the Varsity in high school, through his w...

Prayerful Warrior Mom

Tracy Ripley (

| Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Tracy Ripley's life is rolling perfectly well and she has found the perfect balance between work and family. Everything changes when her much-expected baby, Bryce, is born with aortic stenosis, a congenital heart disease. Her life is thrown into turmoil, but she refuses to give in to despair. Instead, she changes her plans, establishes a new balance, learns to let go, and develops a more intimate relationship with God. This book brilliantly chronicles her journey through this difficult moment to find surprising answers in God through prayer. In...

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