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Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Roy Thomsitt 
 
 Article Title :: The Sonoma Diet, An American Mediterranean Diet?
 
Yet another diet book hit the shelves in late 2005. Entitled The Sonoma Diet, and written by Dr. Connie Guttersen, this new diet book looks like it will be an enormous success.The Sonoma Diet is based on the popular Mediterranean Diet, which is itself a lifestyle diet based on the normal, every day diets of people living in countries around the Mediterranean Sea. Ever since it was found that people in that region had a comparatively low rate of heart disease, the Mediterranean Diet has been the subject of much interest and study.The Mediterranean Diet has many attractions, as it is just a normal diet to those living in that region. It is therefore not anywhere near as restri  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Vj Mariaraj 
 
 Article Title :: The Instant Sales Pro; by Cy Charney - Book Review
 
Sales, is one of the most crucial aspects of business; in fact business can thrive only on effective sales. Cy Charney prescribes all the tips and techniques to ensure success in sales. Beginning with the need to know your customers and to not take them for granted, the book progresses by delineating on the various aspects of sales. Emphasizing the need for prospecting your customers six months ahead of the final sales act, the author brings home the point of eliciting feedback irrespective of whether you make or lose a sale.The author elaborates on the techniques of networking, prospecting, presenting, overcoming objections and closing sales. Equal attention has been devoted t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Lillian Brummet 
 
 Article Title :: The Latent; Book Review
 
The LatentMarshall Frank, author of six books, has proved an exceptional ability to write absorbing who-dun-it’s time and time again. According to his website he is able to do this by embellishing on real life experiences during his 30-year career investigating homicides in the Miami-Dade region of Florida. In doing so he creates a realistic, action-packed, suspenseful detective story with his recent release, The Latent – a fiction novel, that I found difficult to put down.The Latent focuses on one main character - the completely stressed out, heart-broken police investigator, Rock Burgamy. Haunted by a childhood experience and the loss of his young s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Christine Lekander 
 
 Article Title :: Leggo my Ego: Review of Eckhart Tolle's "A New Earth" - Part One
 
New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose" is Eckhart Tolle's latest eye opening book and other probable hit on the best seller list. I found his latest book even more filled with great teaching and also, in some parts, quite a bit more difficult to accept than "The Power of Now".While in the "Power of Now", I felt that Tolle's term ego was more self evidently limited to thoughts that arise out of the not always so helpful conditioning of our past, in "A New Earth" I sensed there might be a new level of meaning added to his use of "ego" that seems a bit over the top. Of course, this could be my ego running away with me, wink, wink, nudge, nudge. However, there are certain passage  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Chris York 
 
 Article Title :: Can You Really Sell Painting You Create?
 
A Review of Paint Red Hot Landscapes That Sell: A Sure-Fire Way to Stop Boring and Start Selling Everything You Paint in OilsI have to admit that it was the title that attracted me to Paint Red Hot Landscapes that Sell, by Canadian artist Mike Svob. I mean, who doesn't want to paint landscapes that sell?But that is really the point of the book - creating artwork that triggers, as Svob puts it, "the buying response." Although there are a lot of really beautiful paintings here - Svob is very much a modern Impressionist - this isn't your typical art instruction book. His often writes in short paragraphs or bullet points, with just enough information  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Chris York 
 
 Article Title :: Square-Jawed Men and Hourglass Women: A Review of Jack Hamm's Drawing the Head and Figure
 
You know how the style of illustration used back in the 1950's and early 1960's - when all the men had broad chests and lean, chiseled features - and all sort of looked like FBI agents? They wore suits and hats and had squinted a lot? When the women were perfectly proportioned and stylishly dressed, even if they were washing the dishes or making a drink for their husbands? Well, that's the kind of drawing you will learn from Drawing the Head and Figure, from Jack Hamm. First published in 1963, and still popular today, this book teaches a style of figure drawing that is sleek, elegant and totally retro.Hamm provides many excellent tutorials on the proportions of the head and figure,  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Leanne Hoagland-Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Freakonomics – A Journey on Challenging Conventional Wisdom through Economics
 
Reading a book about economics is probably good for anyone in today's business world or for myself, a small business coach. Yet, the authors, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, of Freakonomics provided their readers a lot more than just numbers.The first hook that I received was how the authors defined morality and economics. Not, I am not going to share those definitions with you. You need to buy the book or check the book out at the local library.Then the authors proceeded to connect seemingly unrelated events through 6 chapters from What Do Schoolteachers and Sumo Wrestlers Have in Common? to What Makes a Perfect Parent? using the science of m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Chris York 
 
 Article Title :: Not Just for Kids: A Review of Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross
 
OK, I know I normally review art books, but let's take a moment to examine something a bit different: Comic book art.I am not a huge fan of comics. The stories all alike. Kid gets bitten by radioactive critter of some kind, develops ability to fly or something, defeats disfigured villain. OK, whatever. What attracts me to comic books is the artwork. And one of the best artists is a guy named Alex Ross. And Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross, is a great collection of his best work.His are is not the usual black outlines filled with garish color and extreme perspective. This guy paints his comics. His images are executed in watercolor, in a photorealistic  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Jeff Beck 
 
 Article Title :: Book Review: A History of the World in 6 Glasses
 
World History is a long and complex topic. Though many accomplished authors such as Bill Bryson and H. G. Wells have attempted to condense history into a single book, very few have succeeded. There is just too much of it. Attempts to boil down the last 10,000 years have resulted in either superficial books with very little depth, or great textbook like tombs too inaccessible for the casual reader.Happily, A History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage succeeds where others have failed. Standage's book does this by sacrificing the breadth of every possible topic for an impressive depth and focus. Instead of trying to sum up the complete history of man, this book spotligh  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Book Reviews Articles Author :: Joanne Benham 
 
 Article Title :: Review: "Strategies for Reshaping the Workplace" by Angelina B. Laycock
 
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that in 2006 there will be 151 million jobs in the U.S. and a labor pool of only 141 million workers to fill them. Companies today are facing a daunting challenge as they struggle to recruit and retain knowledgeable employees. Add to this mix employees who are striving to find fulfillment both at work and at home, a dilemma Angelina Laycock calls The Work-Life Movement, and you have a recipe for disaster.In her book, Strategies for Reshaping the Workforce, Laycock introduces the reader to the concept of the Work-Life Movement, explaining its historical background and how it affects companies today. She then lays out the major components o  (read full article)
 
 
 
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