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Business book review column by Paul Sanders looks at two new releases that give insights into the continually growing parallels between business and the military. Read more

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Business book review columnist Paul Sanders looks at Bridget Venus Grime's new book, “Corner Office Choices: The Executive Woman’s Guide to Financial Freedom.” Read more

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Business book reviewer Paul Sanders interviews Brian Evans, founder of the Lexington, KY.-based BT Web Group. Read more

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Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders discusses Martyn R. Lewis' book “How Customers Buy… & Why They Don’t: Mapping and Managing the Buying Journey DNA.” Read more

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With her new book, “Smashing Glass and Kicking Ass: Lessons from the Meanest Woman Alive,” author Linda Smith makes the case that women in the workplace, as never before, must fight to succeed. Read more

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Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders takes a look at Damon Zahariades’s new book, “To-Do List Formula: A Stress-Free Guide to Creating To-Do Lists That Work!” Read more

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It’s time for a good book and a tall iced tea. The dog days of summer are here. Check out these canine-themed business book picks from Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders. Read more

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In his book “Fair Shot: Rethinking Inequality and How We Earn," author Chris Hughes proposes that government should provide a guaranteed income ($500 per month) to every adult who lives in a household making less than a set amount ($50,000 per year). Read more

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Les Trachtman, author of "Don't F*** It Up," shares the cautionary tales that result when businesses fail to navigate the inevitable transitions and misdirections in business. Read more

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Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders takes a look at the new book “Mean Men: The Perversion of America’s Self-Made Man,” by author Mark Lipton. Read more

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Book review columnist Paul Sanders interviews former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear on his new book, "People Over Politics." Read more

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Entrepreneurship can take many different forms, as well as multiple forms—some­times all at once—as Kentucky business­person and author of the May Hollow Trilogy Angela Correll very well knows. Read more

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If you believe the world is a mess, you already have a lot in common with "Pit Bull of Personal Development" author Larry Winget. The approach he suggests is to turn around the parts of your life that need it. Read more

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Book reviewer Paul Sanders explores the best-selling books on organization by Marie Kondo, one of the most internationally renown experts of messes and “decluttering." Read more

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Kentucky author Terry Brown urges self-examination of goals for financial gain in his book, "Fields of Green: The Simpler Way to Wealth." Read more

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No matter the situation, the successful individual will play it out in two ways: determination and directed power of passion and perseverance, says author Angela Duckworth in her book "Grit." Read more

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“Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts — Becoming the Person You Want to Be,” by Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter, attempts to answer the questions of how to change behaviors for the better. Read more

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According to Johan Norberg in his new book “Progress: Ten Reasons to Look Forward to the Future,” the world is experiencing the greatest improvement in global living standards ever. Read more

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Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders examines Subir Chowdhury's new book, “The Difference: When Good Enough Isn’t Enough.” Read more

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Success comes from building a reputation for getting things done, according to author Brian Tracy's new book "Just Shut Up and Do It" Read more

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