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Book Review: ‘Go for Your Gold: Risking It All in Pursuit of Your Dreams’ by Kieran Murry

Go for Your Gold by Kieran Murry

What does the California Gold Rush have to do with fulfilling your dreams? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Football Financial Planning,’ Investment Advice by Steve Roberts

Football Financial Planning by Steve Roberts

A book about financial planning that uses football metaphors to make the topic not only more interesting but easier to understand for his many readers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘It’s About Time,’ Self-Help by Mark Matteson

It's About Time by Mark Matteson

Some of the advice in 'It’s About Time' may seem like common sense, but it all serves as a much-needed reminder regardless. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Building Your Booming Business: The 5 Foundations Your Organization Must Have to Succeed’ by David Bryant Mitchell

Building Your Booming Business by David Bryant Mitchel

It’s not all about profit or even having a better product. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Good Decisions…Most of the Time,’ Healthy Eating Tips by Danielle Brooks

Good Decisions...Most of the Time by Danielle Brooks

A practical guide to healthy eating that acknowledges our occasional need to indulge ourselves. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Maneuvering Your Career: 20 Strategies to Prepare You for Voluntary or Involuntary Career Transition’ by James K. Lehman

Maneuvering Your Career

Using a river metaphor throughout, Lehman teaches us how to maneuver the river of our careers, avoiding obstacles along the way and learning when to go with the flow. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Unlocked’ by Robert S. Murray

Unlocked: Finding the Key to Practical Leadership by Robert Murray

Murray’s wisdom and advice is so valuable that readers will want to let it sink into their brains gradually, reading a little of the book every day. . . Read More »

Book Review: ‘Breaking Out’ by Mary Flinn

Breaking Out by Mary Flinn

Flinn writes about realistic people looking for love and coping with issues of real life. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Agapanthus Rising’ by Roxana Bowgen

Agapanthus Rising by Roxana Bowgen

You may not want to travel the world to serve others, but if you read this book, you will find that your horizons enlarge at least a little – and probably a lot. Read More »

Book Review: ‘In Life School’ by Rob Whalley

In Life School by Rob Whalley

Positive thinking oozes out of every page. Read More »