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Artist, designer and writer Elle Luna's The Crossroads of Should and Must, a deeply personal and universally inspiring call to pursue one's true path, based on her online post that went viral, in a very good deal after a crowded auction, to Workman.
Legendary American Buddhist teacher Leigh Brasington's The Buddha's Jhanas, the first book to offer a comprehensive guide to reaching each of the meditative concentration states as taught by the Buddha himself, to Shambhala.
Business strategy consultant Robbie Kellman Baxter The Membership Economy: Moving Your Business Model From Ownership to Access, offering specific frameworks and tactics to help reinvent any kind of business into one where customers are evangelists, revenues are predictable and smooth, and sales, retention and acquisition run on a virtuous cycle, in a nice deal to McGraw-Hill.
Economic historian and author of The Great A&P and The Box, Marc Levinson's The Year It All Went South, examining the many global trend lines that shifted in the early 1970s and how those shifts reverberate well into the present day, at auction in a good deal, to Basic Books.
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