“We the Presidents” by Ronald Gruner

“We the Presidents: How American Presidents Shaped the Last Century,” by author Ronald Gruner, explores the fascinating line of the Presidents of the United States of America. The author goes into great detail, starting with Presidents Warren G. Harding all the way to Donald H. Trump, from the year 1921 to the present date; over 100 years of this country’s leadership! … More “We the Presidents” by Ronald Gruner

“Boulder Girl” by Cynthia L. Clark

Newly divorced Lana Ross is anxious to finalize her divorce from Lucas, move on, and put the passionless marriage behind her. The successful editor has a comfortable life with a beautiful home and supportive friends, and she is still young enough to find new love if she chooses. Enter Vincent “Roadking” Romano, a successful businessman who is chivalrous and has a charming smile that makes Lana weak in the knees. The sparks are flying; could this be the beginning of something special? … More “Boulder Girl” by Cynthia L. Clark

“Becoming the Bank” by Chad Robinson

In “Becoming the Bank,” author Chad Robinson seeks educate and offer solutions to investors beyond the traditional sense. Creating a guide to operating in the private lending space, Robinson provides definitions, insights, and expert knowledge for others to gain comfort in diving into this investment opportunity, well beyond that of the stock market and other passive investment vehicles. … More “Becoming the Bank” by Chad Robinson

“The DAP Strategy” by Raj Sundarason

Digital transformation has become our everyday reality. Distilling from years of experience in the business world along with empirical evidence, Sundarason deftly covers topics such as infusing technology into areas like marketing, branding, accounting, supply, and the general management of an organization. The result is an exhaustive tapestry with personal experiences that hold the potential to empower people, organizations, and leaders alike to go from barely functioning to propelling themselves, ultimately exceeding expectations. … More “The DAP Strategy” by Raj Sundarason

“To Pay Paul” by Michael Scott Curnes

“To Pay Paul” is a nuanced and complex snippet in time of Seamus Quinlan’s life. Set primarily on the Quinlan farm, the story runs readers through the gauntlet of emotions as Seamus loses his last living relative. In the process of burying his father, he makes new friends, becomes closer to those he already knows, and discovers himself and his voice in the process. … More “To Pay Paul” by Michael Scott Curnes

“Ressurection 2020” by Herb Guggenheim

Resurrection 2020 Herb GuggenheimIndependently Published (2022)ISBN: 979-8420507391Reviewed by Tim Schueler for Reader Views (07/2022) “Resurrection 2020” is a science fiction novel by Herb Guggenheim. Though officially part of a trilogy, it stands on its own as a reading experience; though I had not read the first two books in the “Skip Gershwin” series, this did … More “Ressurection 2020” by Herb Guggenheim

Meet the Author! A Conversation with Bruce McCombs, Author of “How to Be Happy on Mondays”

Bruce McCombs is an alum of Oracle Corporation, an expert in enterprise software sales, and is an award winning certified coach, through the International Coaching Federation, helping sales leaders improve their performance.

Bruce published his first book, How to Become a $1 Million Enterprise Sales Leader in 2020. How to be Happy on Mondays is his latest book, published in June 2022.

Bruce is a decorated ballroom dancer, mentor, philanthropist, and speaker. His favorite title is servant leader. … More Meet the Author! A Conversation with Bruce McCombs, Author of “How to Be Happy on Mondays”

“Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future

In “Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future,” Syl Tang has asked readers to considering a thought provoking and highly overlooked question: “What do my clothing choices say about my individual identity, the culture I belong to, or the future I want to make for myself?” … More “Disrobed: How Clothing Predicts Economic Cycles, Saves Lives, and Determines the Future

“Indirect Work” by Carol Sanford

“Indirect Work” offers fundamental ideas housed amongst the backdrop of coach Phil Jackson’s legacy, coaching the Chicago Bulls during their championship runs. Within an otherwise reflective and immersive read stemming from the author’s concern towards the ways societies are currently pursuing change, author Carol Sanford shows us how transforming ourselves and the way we see, be, and act in the world is the only way true change can occur. … More “Indirect Work” by Carol Sanford

“Emotional Magnetism: How to Communicate to Ignite Connection in Your Relationships” by Sandy Gerber

Have you ever misunderstood what others meant by what they say? Have you ever felt misunderstood by your partner, friend, coworker? Have the people in your life not understood why certain things are important to you? Have you questioned why others find certain things important to them? “Emotional Magnetism” might be just the tool you need to help you and the others in your life better understand each other. … More “Emotional Magnetism: How to Communicate to Ignite Connection in Your Relationships” by Sandy Gerber