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One Who Is Not Busy, The: Connecting with Work in a Deeply Satisfying Way
One Who Is Not Busy, The: Connecting with Work in a Deeply Satisfying Way
The Problem of Busyness I agreed to write this book almost a year ago. Gibbs Smith and I had met during a five-day workshop on the topic of time and busyness at Tassajara Hot Springs, a Zen Buddhist retreat center in Big Sur. I co-facilitated the workshop, "The One Who Is Not Busy," with Basya Petnick and Rabbi Helen Cohn. Gibbs was quite...
A Carrot a Day: A Daily Dose of Recognition for Your Employees
A Carrot a Day: A Daily Dose of Recognition for Your Employees
From the bestselling authors of The 24-Carrot Manager comes a manager's handbook on motivating employees through praise and recognition. Employees fed a steady diet of carrots focus better on company goals. They spot new opportunities faster. They have longer employment life spans (translation: lower turnover). And they can lift companies higher...
Good Green Homes
Good Green Homes

Green. It conjures images of a meadow in spring for some, and the color of money for others. What does "green" have to do with our homes? In essence, green building-or sustainable building-means being smart about how we use energy, water, and building materials so that we can live well without needlessly damaging the environment....

100 Midcentury Chairs: And Their Stories
100 Midcentury Chairs: And Their Stories

Pull up a chair (or 100) for this midcentury design showcase.

Here is a stylish guide to the top 100 most interesting, most controversial, or simply most beautiful chairs designed between 1930 and 1970. Get to know the designers of the Modern era, including the Eames, Jacobsen, Nakashima, Noguchi, Wegner, and many more,...

  
   
   
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