Book of the Month Club: Lean In

…of Facebook and an early Google employee, was inspired to write the book after the overwhelming response to her December 2010 TED Talk, “Why we have too few women leaders.”…

Fitness Book of the Month Club: To Be a Runner

Martin Dugard is a man after my own heart. “The only two things I was passionate about were running and writing,” he writes in his 2011 book To Be a…

Healthy Book of the Month: Take the Stairs

…to places you’ve never been before. Or maybe in 2016, you want to achieve success. But how does one define success? In his book Take the Stairs, author and award-winning…

Book of the month club: Motivating the Middle

…that stuck with me the most was a book called Motivating the Middle. Written by T.J. Sullivan, the short book is primarily geared toward college student organization leaders, but is…

Book of the Month Club: Brainstorm

…significance of mental health. While his book focuses on the still-developing minds of adolescents (who are, contrary to popular belief, 12- to 24-year-olds), Dr. Siegel’s book is applicable to readers…

Healthy Book of the Month: Presence By Amy Cuddy

…be. But that’s not all — she turned her research and talk into a book called Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges. Published last December, Presence is…

Healthy Book of the Month: Here Comes Everybody

…Sidekick again. This real-world story of Ivanna’s Sidekick is how Clay Shirky’s 2008 book Here Comes Everybody begins. Although the book — which focuses on the power of groups —…

Book of the Month Club: The Sleep Revolution

…cell! As it turns out, she’d climbed into her car, started driving and ran over three people, one of whom was an 18-month-old baby who survived but suffered brain damage….

Healthy Book of the Month: Fast Media/Media Fast

…of grocery stores and books are available for purchase everywhere from bookstores to airports. And if you want to watch a good movie? All you have to do is turn…

Book of the Month Club: Convergence Culture

…University of Southern California, is the author of Convergence Culture. The book’s primary focus is media and the process of convergence, which Dr. Jenkins claims “involves both a change in…

Healthy book of the month: The Traveler’s Gift

…claim on the backs of books. Self-help books boast that three easy steps can lead to greater accomplishments or share the 10 new routines that will boost productivity. If you’re…

Join the aSweatLife Book Club! (And See What We’re Reading in April)

…up with fellow readers and discuss the book, we’re keeping the discussion part of the book club simple with a Twitter chat that’ll be held once a month. Here’s how…

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