Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses
Just about everything Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur have accomplished in their adult lives has been a result of their friendship. These two college friends and cofounders of the fashion and design site Of a Kind have learned so much from their work marriage that they even penned a book together exploring the inner workings of work-wife relationships. The duo sat down with other successful female business partners to discover how they work around money issues, motherhood, disagreements, and leading in tandem.
Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter
From a youth selling drugs on the streets in the 1980s to a multi-platinum-selling rap artist of the early aughts to one of the highest-paid television executives on cable, Curtis Jackson — otherwise known as 50 Cent — knows how to make a comeback. Following the success of his earlier memoir, The 50th Law, Jackson wrote this highly accessible and relatable read that teems with the hard-earned lessons, business savvy, and street smarts that got him to where he is today.
Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration
Most millennials remember when, in 1995, Pixar Animation Studios changed the future of animation forever with its groundbreaking release of the first computer animated feature film, Toy Story. And who could forget the films that followed? WALL-E, Up, Inside Out, and more. Follow along as Pixar cofounder Ed Catmull details the studio’s rise to success and, by taking readers inside Pixar meetings and postmortems, reveals the leadership and management philosophies that foster creativity and originality.
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed
If one needs evidence that we’re only human and that we all, at one point or another, experience something that makes our lives come crashing down, one need only read this book by New York Times best-selling author and psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb. In this endearing, deeply personal, and at times hilarious read, Gottlieb finds herself as a patient and a clinician as she examines the truths within her clients and her own self.
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