by styleabille , May 17, 2020
A tour behind the scenes of crazy ideas that changed the world.
by ken-mckellar , May 3, 2020
Our favorite contributor Ken McKellar has graced us with a great review as most cities of the world are locked down.
by nour-s , April 19, 2020
“Blockchain A Beginner’s Guide” is a free book we read and reviewed!
by ken-mckellar , April 1, 2020
Our contributor Ken McKellar reviews a book about his personal hobby. Tell us about yours!
by styleabille , March 22, 2020
This book is an invitation to women who are oftentimes overly fearful of being seen as “too much” or “not enough”. The authors urge women from all walks of life not to back off prematurely and
by styleabille , March 8, 2020
Women tend to tell themselves stories about their emotions and their bodies. Reading this book helps any women rewrite her story to her own advantage.
by ken-mckellar , February 28, 2020
In her book Never Give Up, Joyce Meyer quotes this speech as an example of a winning state of mind. Her book is about how to create it.
by styleabille , February 14, 2020
This is a blog post about managing one's career effectively. A post made possible by our favorite contributor Ken McKellar!
by styleabille , February 12, 2020
This book contains the most painstaking research into machine learning that I have ever read.
by styleabille , February 6, 2020
Organizations do no longer have the luxury to refrain from going digital if they want to “survive and thrive”; it is a one-way ticket towards the creation of economic value, agility, and speed. Th
by styleabille , January 27, 2020
In turmoil and when the rubber meets the road, it is time to remember the ground rules for managing money: save some, spend some, and give some.
by ken-mckellar , January 13, 2020
There is so much ignorance in the world about other people’s religions and why religious fundamentalists of all faiths believe and act in the way that they do. It is this ignorance which has cost so
by nour-s , January 6, 2020
Dear readers - This is a post written by a new contributor: Nour Shurbaji. Nour decided to review a book called "Thus Spoke Zarathustra".
by styleabille , December 28, 2019
2019 has been the kind of year that reminds you towards its end that what truly does not kill you makes you stronger. It has kept me out of breath!
by styleabille , December 17, 2019
One day you will feel lightness and enlightenment, selfishness and selflessness – for what matters most is you.
by ken-mckellar , December 13, 2019
A breath of fresh air, written in plain language and describing basic marketing and branding concepts.
by styleabille , December 9, 2019
Join our Book Club on Facebook and contribute to the discussion!
by styleabille , December 4, 2019
A man’s ego is the fountainhead of human progress.
by styleabille , November 25, 2019
We are excited to have launched some presence on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Featured in our upcoming social media stories the book of Francesca Cartier.
by ken-mckellar , November 21, 2019
The key to Harris’s compelling and fast-paced narrative is twofold: the accuracy with which he portrays his subjects; and the plausibility which he extrapolates fact into possibility.
Loonshots by Safi Bahcallby styleabille
Too small to fail: why small nations outperform larger ones and how they are reshaping the world by R. James Breidingby ken-mckellar
Blockchain: a beginner’s guide by Shermin Voshmgir and Valentin Kalinov,by nour-s
The boys in the boat by Daniel James Brownby ken-mckellar
Loonshots by Safi Bahcallby styleabille May 17, 2020
Too small to fail: why small nations outperform larger ones and how they are reshaping the world by R. James Breidingby ken-mckellar May 3, 2020
Blockchain: a beginner’s guide by Shermin Voshmgir and Valentin Kalinov,by nour-s April 19, 2020
The boys in the boat by Daniel James Brownby ken-mckellar April 1, 2020