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Darrah Brustein
This book builds on the premise that the average lifespan is about 4,000 weeks. Using that as a frame...

This book builds on the premise that the average lifespan is about 4,000 weeks. Using that as a framework helps you be rigorous when you're choosing how to spend them. It upends much of the common conversation around time management, productivity, "hacks," and tips.

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Darrah Brustein
Oprah called Will Smith's memoir "the best she's ever read," and I get it. I loved it too. So much so...

Oprah called Will Smith's memoir "the best she's ever read," and I get it. I loved it too. So much so that after 500 pages, I still wanted more. Candor, strong storytelling, salient life lessons, are all wrapped into one. Plus, Smith is a consummate entrepreneur and you'll learn a lot that applies to your business.

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Darrah Brustein
At some level, anything you desire to do (or stop doing) boils down to your habits. When you don't cl...

At some level, anything you desire to do (or stop doing) boils down to your habits. When you don't clearly understand the contributing factors to make (and keep) or break (and truly stop) habits that are moving you toward or away from what you ultimately desire, you'll stay stuck.

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A feminist lens and science-backed approach to understanding and unlocking the stress cycle. I truly...

A feminist lens and science-backed approach to understanding and unlocking the stress cycle. I truly think every human in modern society would benefit from reading this and implementing at least one tip into their lives. It's written in a unique way that doesn't feel pedantic or like a cliché. If you're ready to move away from toxic states of burnout, read this.

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If you've ever struggled with your brand messaging, read this book. Reading it is like taking a cours...

If you've ever struggled with your brand messaging, read this book. Reading it is like taking a course because it's broken into simple steps. In addition, it's paired with a digital platform to compile your messaging framework, which you can put it into action for all of your marketing materials.

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This book couldn't be more timely: an evidence-based approach to the benefits of rethinking our belie...

This book couldn't be more timely: an evidence-based approach to the benefits of rethinking our beliefs and being wrong. It offers lessons such as how to disagree and persuade effectively, as well as how to build time to think again into our lives, families, and businesses.

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Darrah Brustein
The title says it all, and who among us doesn't have at least one pesky goal to reach that feels elus...

The title says it all, and who among us doesn't have at least one pesky goal to reach that feels elusive? Author and professor Katy Milkman beautifully blends scientific evidence with anecdotes to help you overcome hurdles such as favoring short- over long-term gain, forgetfulness, and procrastination to see lasting change.

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This one will trigger and challenge you: It's for your own good and growth. I was immediately drawn i...

This one will trigger and challenge you: It's for your own good and growth. I was immediately drawn in by how Dr. Shefali goes there and goes deep. Step by step, she unwinds so much of our conditioning to help us awaken to our truth and true selves.

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Darrah Brustein
This is a short but deeply meaningful handbook on life. But don't let its seeming simplicity fool you...

This is a short but deeply meaningful handbook on life. But don't let its seeming simplicity fool you. These are lessons we learn and grow into over and over each day, and only a few, if any, truly master them.

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Darrah Brustein
A must-read for non-Black Americans, in particular. Author Austin Channing Brown offers deep insights...

A must-read for non-Black Americans, in particular. Author Austin Channing Brown offers deep insights into how "intentions" for racial equity are falling short across our institutions and communities and shares her lived experiences in a society built for whiteness. No matter where you are in your antiracist journey, this book should be a part of it.

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Darrah Brustein
With a quippy writing style, you'll go behind-the-scenes of sitting in a therapist's chair and see wh...

With a quippy writing style, you'll go behind-the-scenes of sitting in a therapist's chair and see what it looks like when a therapist gets therapy. As a coach, I'm often asked about the line between therapy and coaching, and this is a really unique vantage point to unearth that distinction more deeply. I'm also a huge fan of adding tools to your tool belt as a leader, whether it be to grow one's empathy and self-knowledge, or to have different dimensions to bring to your client work. This book hits on all of that.

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