I find the behind-the-scenes information fascinating, it amazes me what it takes for a movie. The narrative is entertaining as well as informative
I think most can agree that history is nuanced, Hollywood and Israel: A History by Anthony Shaw and Giora takes great effort to drive that point home
The author warns about authoritarian uses of technology, but also states that the utopia many leftists envision is only superficial.
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff could very well be the most important book written since the invention of social media.
The Law Says What? Stuff You Didn’t Know About the Law is a quick primer about the legal system, simplify legal concepts, give examples and source them as well
A memoir of Byrne Murphy, a young businessman who moves to Paris to reignite his career and his fortunes. He quickly finds himself up against powerful forces.
Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Career Success – How others perceive you at work, and how knowing that information and manipulate it can help you succeed.
This is a well rounded book, certainly not the end all financial bible, but certainly a very helpful guide and full of good ideas and approaches
About: Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success: How to Prosper Without Being at the Top of The Class by Cynthia Kocialski is a non-fiction business book in which the author talks gives some advice and observations about success. This is a short book, written in personal and informal style. The publisher is giving away one copy of this book— enter at the end of the post. 112 pages Publisher: CreateSpace ISBN: 1466404787 My rating for Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success –5 Great price on this book in paper format through the Man of la Book Affiliate Account More books by Cynthia Kocialski Thoughts: In Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success: How to Prosper Without Being at the Top of The Class author Cynthia Kocialski (website |blog) provides entertaining and useful advice to parents and their children. What I like about Ms. Kocialski’s books (I read two so far) is that she writes from experience, in a very knowledgeable, authoritative yet understandable voice. While one could consider Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success a business book, it is no written as such and the author reflects on her success at the end of each chapter. If the book has a theme…