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Interview: Jenny Kassan, Author of ‘Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business Without Your Soul’

An interview with investment expert and attorney Jenny Kassan, author of 'Raise Capital on Your Own Terms: How to Fund Your Business Without Selling Your Soul.'

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Book Review: ‘The Ghost Ship of Brooklyn’ by Robert P. Watson

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Severely underfed, beaten, deprived of food and water as punishment for infractions big and small, and afflicted with rampaging fevers, thousands of prisoners died on British prison ships off Brooklyn during the Revolutionary War. Robert P. Watson draws on the accounts of survivors to paint a lurid picture of this hellish but little-known aspect of the war.

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Interview: Don Simborg, Author of ‘What Comes After Homo Sapiens? When and How Our Species Will Evolve into Another Species’

We're due for a change, says Dr. Don Simborg, author of the fascinating book, 'What Comes After Homo Sapiens?' He chatted with Patricia Gale about humankind's future, and what kind of species come next.

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Book Review: ‘Running with Mindfulness: Dynamic Running Therapy (DRT) to Improve Low-mood, Anxiety, Stress, and Depression,’ by William Pullen

There's a good reason you feel calmer when you're moving. Pychotherapist and author William Pullen takes it even further with his new book, 'Running with Mindfulness.' Pullen's combination of moving, talking and self-awareness is a potent method for healing.

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Book Review: ‘Good People, Bad Managers: How Work Culture Corrupts Good Intentions,’ by Samuel A. Culbert, PhD

Why so many bad managers? Blame a toxic corporate culture, says award-winning author Samuel A. Culbert. His new book, 'Good People, Bad Managers,' offers a powerful argument for how to fix this common workplace issue.

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