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Kentucky author Greg Coker discusses the value of team-building, problem-solving and conflict resolution abilities in his new book, “Soft Skills Field Manual: The Unwritten Rules for Succeeding in the Workplace." Read more

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Can principles that work for business be applied equally for success in our personal lives?Numerous writers have extracted insights from business that ambitiously suggest that when grafted to the personal could create the lives... Read more

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Occasionally in literature there occurs an unexpected wedding of fiction and history — a story so luminous in bringing to life a time and place that it seems it must be real. The just-released “Guarded” by Kentucky native Angela... Read more

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For many of us the 2008 recession left a lingering aftertaste of pessimism regarding the economy and particularly economic forecasts. Even with today’s hindsight, experts are strongly divided in determining what happened and how to... Read more

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Marketing: Whether you’re an entrepreneurial start-up or a multimillion-dollar conglomerate, it’s the pivotal base of your business success. And while most of us have been exposed to it since we were born, successful marketing remains... Read more

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There are multitudes of CEO-story books that describe how a particular head of an organization honed leadership skills through a long career. Many provide insights and lessons based on long years of CEO experience.New technology... 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 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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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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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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In 199, Bob Chapman, CEO of the $1.7 billion manufacturer Barry-Wehmiller, implemented a new approach to change the traditional way companies treat employees. 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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