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Book Reviews

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The Beauty Prescription: The Complete Formula For Looking And Feeling Beautiful, By Eva C. Ritvo, M.D. and Debra Luftman, M.D.

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: This is a nonfiction book recommended for ages 18 and up. Q: What is the book about? A: Best friends since they met at medical school twenty-five years ago, Dr. Debra Luftman, a Beverly Hills dermatologist, and Dr. Eva Ritvo, a South Beach psychiatrist, join their expertise to [...]

By | April 30th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Take Their Breath Away: How Imaginative Service Creates Devoted Customers, By Chip R. Bell and John R. Patterson

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: People in internal and external service roles; owners of small businesses; supervisors of internal service-providing units. Q: What is the book about? A: How to reinvent, decorate, and animate customer experiences.  How to choose the right imaginative service strategy for your unit and your customers.  How to insure [...]

By | April 27th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Effective Apology: Mending Fences, Building Bridges And Restoring Trust, By: John Kador

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Leaders with responsibility for organizations, teams, tasks, and personal relationships. That includes executives, managers, and team leaders, as well as anyone interested in becoming more effective by improving their professional and personal relationships. Q: What is the book about? A: This is a guidebook to effective apology. The [...]

By | April 23rd, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Possible Futures: Creative Thinking For The Speed of Life, By: Jude Treder-Wolff, LCSW RMT, CGP

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: General public, Professionals in mental health, social psychology, education, business, and other agents of change. Q: What is the book about? A: The book explores the effects of today's accelerated pace of change on our psychological, personal, social and political life, and provides evidence that creativity and relationship/networking [...]

By | April 20th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Native Men Of Courage, By Vincent Schilling

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: Young readers – with emphasis on Native American kids – although everyone can benefit from reading about these amazing people. The Native Trailblazers Series profiles stellar role models who have raised the profile of indigenous culture in North America. This exciting work of non-fiction reminds readers of the [...]

By | April 9th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Hope Is Not A Strategy, Simple Solutions For Doing Business In The 21st Century, By Ted Gee

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: The intended audience for the book is leaders within any size corporations, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and colleges/universities. Because many universities and colleges focus on management from a theoretical and philosophical perspective, rather than the leadership continuum as a process, the audience will now have a framework of understanding [...]

By | April 5th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments

The Wall Street Casino, By Bob Kneisley

Question: Who is the intended audience? Answer: All investors who seek more efficient investment vehicles and wish to learn about them while reading a text with "a plot", (To keep them turning the pages while learning) Investors are unaware of the myriad hidden fees and "clearing costs" attendant their "retual" mutual funds...expenses that impact their [...]

By | March 30th, 2009|Book Reviews|0 Comments