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Interview: Kimberly White, Author of ‘The Shift: How Seeing People as People Changes Everything’

An interview with Kimberly White, author of the new book 'The Shift: How Seeing People as People Changes Everything,' a fascinating look at how we “see” other people—and how this influences our happiness.

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Book Review: ‘Machines That Think: The Future of Artificial Intelligence’ by Toby Walsh

Many of us are worried that our jobs may be replaced by Artificial Intelligence, but the bigger question is this: Will thinking machines be the last innovation that the human race has to make for itself?

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Book Review: ‘The Shift: How Seeing People as People Changes Everything’ by Kimberly White 

Kimberly White's remarkable book, 'The Shift,' is about changing our perspective and seeing people as people, not humans. It had its genesis in a nursing home of all places — but the profound lessons there have been translated into an empowering, inspiring guide to finding happiness.

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Book Review: ‘Topple: The End of Firm-Based Strategy and the Rise of New Models for Explosive Growth,’ by Ralph Welborn, PhD and Sajan Pillai

To survive in today's disruptive business environment, companies have to start working together, say Ralph Welborn and Sajan Pillai, authors of the compelling new book, 'Topple: The End of Firm-Based Strategy and the Rise of New Models for Explosive Growth.'

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Interview: Howard Ross, author of ‘Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart’ 

An interview with global diversity and inclusion expert Howard Ross about the forces dividing society today, as well as his illuminating new book, 'Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect is Tearing Us Apart.'

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Book Review: ‘Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart,’ by Howard Ross

From global diversity and inclusion expert Howard Ross comes a new book, 'Our Search for Belonging: How Our Need to Connect Is Tearing Us Apart.' It's a fascinating look at how how our human need to belong is creating a new kind of tribalism, and dividing us more than ever.

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