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Winter Audio 2014

TALK LIKE TED. Carmine Gallo. Macmillan Audio. Death and public speaking – those are the two universal fears that tie us all together. For many, speaking in front of crowds … Continue reading

February 19, 2014 · Leave a comment

MacMillan Audio Spotlight

REPLY ALL. And Other Ways to Tank Your Career. Richie Frieman. Macmillan Audio. In this age of social media, everybody’s gone email and text-message crazy. In turn, this mania over … Continue reading

October 11, 2013 · Leave a comment

New Releases From MacMillan

LEADING FROM BEHIND: THE RELUCTANT PRESIDENT AND THE ADVISORS WHO DECIDE FOR HIM. Richard Miniter. Macmillan Audio. Even though Barack Obama just won his second term as president, many still … Continue reading

June 26, 2013 · Leave a comment

Eye On Audio

All reviews written by Editor John Aiello unless otherwise noted. Books on tape are the only literature some folks know. Urban commuters, busy mothers whose days are filled with kids … Continue reading

May 1, 2008 · Leave a comment
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