Never Alone

Never Alone: A Man’s Companion Guide to Grief Men don’t do grief well. Fearing vulnerability, we shut down and shut others out. This is to be expected in a society that also doesn’t handle grief well. Instead of preparing us for this unavoidable moment, our culture promotes an unrealistic—and unhelpful—view that we will all live forever. Driven … Read more

Decoding Talent

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Harness the power of artificial intelligence in hiring The typical hiring process is fraught with complexity, inefficiency, and bias and often shuts out the most talented candidates. Decoding Talent: How AI and Big Data Can Solve Your Company’s People Puzzle makes the case for using complex advanced technologies to move past these problems toward effortless … Read more

Leeteg

Edgar Leeteg once described himself as a “fornicating, gin-soaked, dope-head.” This wasn’t far off the mark. As a result, all the major artists and writers of the South Pacific knew of him — not to mention, the wider public. The talented iconoclast took on the Hawaiian art establishment, also challenging the Honolulu Academy of Arts, … Read more

The Art of Routine

An original study of routine—learn how organization, regularity, and structure can change your life dramatically for the better. Conventional wisdom suggests that the best way to navigate our noisy new world is to accept change. Open up to novelty. Go with the flow. Live in the moment. Embrace the relentless pelting of content minute by … Read more

Evolution By God: Creating Peace and Harmony Between Religion and Science

Hidden within the Bible is a monumental oversight with the power to reimagine our concept of the creator. Once we understand this truth, we can end the war between believers and skeptics. Moreover, this revelation can solve humanity’s greatest challenges. From space travel to the internet, the last century delivered incredible breakthroughs, redefining mankind’s capacities. … Read more

It’s Saturday Morning!: Celebrating the Golden Era of Cartoons 1960s – 1990s

With concept art, archival images, all-new interviews, and a foreword by Bobby’s World creator and funnyman Howie Mandel, It’s Saturday Morning! celebrates the shows, characters, songs, and commercials that made Saturday mornings a pop culture event—decade by decade. Broadcasting into family living rooms from the 1960s to the 1990s, this wildly creative art form wrought … Read more

Behind in the Count: My Journey from Juvenile Delinquent to Baseball Agent (Editor)

Kurt Varricchio redefines the meaning of a difficult childhood in his intimate memoir, Behind in the Count: My Journey from Juvenile Delinquent to Baseball Agent. Whether it was trying to fill his empty stomach with one last scoop of Ovaltine, getting tied to a tree, being punished with a wrench, or sleeping on the rooftops … Read more

Struggle to Love

What if your one true love cancelled your wedding date? Not once, not twice, but three times. Then, nearly twenty years later, he came back to you with undeniable passion and full of regret. Would you leave your rocky marriage for him? Even if you both had young children. This is Val’s dilemma. We uncover … Read more