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FOOLS (NEED NOT) RUSH IN… by Gerard F. Hurley

That is, if nonprofit organization leaders resist pursuing objectives until they’re fully ready to engage in such. Typically, the visceral drive of volunteer boards to “do something” over- whelms their lack of perspective, especially when engaging the world without a Governance Culture Plan,  as detailed [...]

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Publishing Trends To Look Out For In 2019

Reading has always been a favorite past time, and even though electronic devices such as Kindles and other eReaders (or even smartphones and tablets) may have made people excited for a while, traditional books are definitely making a comeback. We’ve taken a look at what [...]

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Readers’ Favorite recognizes “The Gifted Storyteller” by Gregg Korrol in its annual international book award contest

For immediate release: Readers' Favorite recognizes "The Gifted Storyteller" by Gregg Korrol in its annual international book award contest, currently available at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1628653566. The Readers' Favorite International Book Award Contest featured thousands of contestants from over a dozen countries, ranging from new independent [...]

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5 Tips For Writing Non-Fiction Books

5 Tips For Writing Non-Fiction Books Non-fiction is a very specific kind of writing genre, and that means there are some hard and fast rules that you need to take into account if you’re considering writing in this field. The [...]

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Become an Entrepreneur for the Right Reason

Become an Entrepreneur for the Right Reason By: Sean Dowdell                   One of the most common misconceptions that is vocalized to me, (usually while conversing with people regarding starting their own business), is the concept that owning their own business is going [...]

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