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Book Review: ‘Crunch Time: How to be Your Best When It Matters Most,’ by Rick Peterson and Judd Hoekstra

'Crunch Time' is a great, effective book on how to perform under pressure by famed pitching coach Rick Peterson (Moneyball) and performance expert Judd Hoekstra. It's packed with tips and great anecdotes from Peterson's long and winning career.

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Book Review: ‘Fractured’, A Novel of Suspense by Catherine McKenzie

In 'Fractured', Catherine McKenzie gives us a story of possibilities, creating a crescendo of alarm as her character begins to believe her family is in danger. She takes you into jittery concern as well as that of feelings and personalities to bring you an edge of your seat thriller.

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Book Review: ‘Outsmart Your Instincts: How the Behavioral Innovation Approach Drives Your Company Forward,’ by Adam Hansen, Ed Harrington and Beth Storz

We're not as innovative as we think we are — our primitive aversion to risk gets in the way. But a new book by three innovation and strategy experts, 'Outsmart Your Instincts: How the Behavioral Innovation Approach Drives Your Company Forward,' by Adam Hansen, Ed Harrington and Beth Storz, can help us get over it — and get creative.

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Book Review: ‘Lose Your Final 15: Dr. Ro’s Plan to Eat 15 Servings a Day & Lose 15 Pounds at a Time,’ by Dr. Rovenia M. Brock

'Lose Your Final 15' is revolutionary new book on weight loss by Dr. Rovenia M. Brock, the famed nutritionist who helped Sherri Shepherd ('The View') drop over 40 pounds, and has coached a whopping 5 million pounds off countless others.

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