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Portfolio was established in 2001 as the first dedicated business book imprint within Penguin Group (USA). It publishes distinctive books in the fields of management, leadership, marketing, business narrative, investing, personal finance, economics, and career advice.
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Ryan Holiday's book fueled the Patriot Way, inspired Nick Saban, and helped Ryan Shazier heal.
Stoicism's reach throughout sports has been profound, winding through the college and pro ranks and crystallizing the principles of perseverance.
Even if a team solves the logistical challenges of remote work, it must confront the psychological ones. Cal Newport's proposed solution: time blocking.
The challenges aren’t just technological. They’re managerial.
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On 6/16 Emily Heyward will share lessons from "Obsessed: Building a Brand People Love from Day One" on how startup founders can cut through the noise with an authentic message which resonates.
Building a brand people love from day one.
Jenny Blake's advice for 2020 grads: Be willing to be the exception.
Don’t bench yourself before the game begins. Be willing to be the exception. What problems can you solve during this unique time? What skills can you teach yourself? For any disempowering article or statistic, what if the opposite were true? Systemic inequality, student debt, lack of social suppor
Remembering the heroes who protect our country this #MemorialDay. We're thankful for our military authors and the wisdom they share.
The divide between employed elites and the laid-off working class people whose lives have been upended by the pandemic, featuring Michael Lind's THE NEW CLASS WAR.
Fareed gives his take on the divide between employed elites and the laid-off working class people whose lives have been upended by the pandemic.
10 Books to help maintain perspective, live more mindfully, and get you (even more) ready to leave isolation behind.
Clay Skipper assembles a care package that'll help you maintain perspective, live a little more mindfully, and get you (even more) ready to leave isolation behind.
A good case for the transformational capacity of the human spirit. #PersonalityIsntPermanent
A good case for the transformational capacity of the human spirit.
Scott Galloway discusses what the college experience will look like and how much will it cost on So Money Podcast.
Scott Galloway, co-host of the podcast Pivot, offers predictions on the future of college and Millennial wealth, as well as the trickle-down impact of the $2 trillion stimulus on corporations, individuals and the economy.
A thoughtful review of THE INFINITE GAME by Simon Sinek.
I'm a huge Simon Sinek fan. When I got the opportunity to see him speak at the Global Leadership Summit, I assumed it would be content from one of his earlier books, "Leaders Eat Last" or "Start with Why." Instead, he discussed his upcoming book, "The Infinite Game."...
Exciting that Fanocracy by David Meerman Scott was selected for Selfish Giving's Social Impact Book Club.
Two things this week... 1. I'm super-excited to announce the second book we'll be reading in our Social Impact Book Club . It's Fanocracy by David Meerman Scott and Reiko Scott . Yep, we're reading a book on fandom - and with good reason. As the Scotts note, "Fandom isn’t just for c
Scott Galloway predicts Amazon will be the fastest-growing healthcare company by 2025.
NYU's Scott Galloway says every large government program is designed to maintain the wealth of baby boomers at the expense of younger generations.
Daily Stoic Life: both self-awareness and self-control of your thoughts are skills to develop through intentional practice.
Only speak when you are confident your words are worthy of being heard
Our new COVID economy sharpens the difference between 'finance capitalism' and 'industrial capitalism'.
Our new COVID economy makes the difference between 'finance capitalism' and 'industrial capitalism' that much sharper.
Scott Galloway discusses COVID-19's impact on the retail industry and department stores.
As Americans shelter at home, everyday shopping habits are changing, perhaps permanently, with online grocery sales way up, while department stores struggle to survive
Great review of Personality Isn’t Permanent by Ben Hardy in Publishers Weekly!
Hardy (Willpower Doesn’t Work), an organizational psychologist, proposes personality is “an effect, not a cause” in this dynamic work. For Hardy, one’s personality constantly shifts and is la
Exciting that Laura Huang's EDGE and @Tfmproject's THE MIDDLE FINGER PROJECT are "Millie" staff picks! The Middle Finger Project
A roundup of books and podcasts (by women) that you should checkout this season.
Practices that aspiring digital minimalists can adopt even in these strange times.
Reduce the noise, increase the quality
Happy #PlantSomething Day! So many of us have found comfort and inspiration in gardening and growing lately 🌱🌿🌻 If you want to explore your green thumb, look no further than Summer Rayne Oakes's HOW TO MAKE A PLANT LOVE YOU. Summer will teach you everything you need to know about bringing new life to your home or apartment this spring with Penguin Group (USA).
Ryan Holiday discusses Stoicism and the profound changes from COVID-19’s impact.
Best selling author joins Jim.
Summer Rayne Oakes, author of How to Make a Plant Love You, discusses advice for taking care of our houseplants while social distancing.
Earth Day programming at the AMNH. Summer Rayne Oakes gives advice on plant care. A new David Bowie biopic. Mark Kurlansky's 'Salmon.' Dating during a pandemic.
Nick Bilton, author of American Kingpin, talks about the rise and fall of the Silk Road, an Amazon-style internet marketplace created by Ross Ulbricht that featured illegal drugs and other items, and Ulbricht’s capture and trial on The Ringer.
Russillo talks about Scottie Pippen’s refusal to check-in during the 1994 playoffs before he’s joined by author Nick Bilton
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Here’s to the stories that inspire us and the authors keeping us connected. Here’s to being readers and to this wonderful, universal truth: #BooksConnectUs
If you want greater learning, memory, and creativity, mix up how (and what) you read. An exciting collaboration between Benjamin P. Hardy and Read It Forward.
Benjamin Hardy, author of Personality Isn't Permanent, shares why you should read outside of your comfort zone and how to go about doing it.
"Instead of disrupting the market, we expanded it." - Jim McKelvey, cofounder of Square and author of The Innovation Stack in Harvard Business Review
Lessons on market expansion from the cofounder of Square.
3 categories of success: the little wins, the project-based wins, and how well you play The Infinite Game.
Jeff Rizzo is the co-founder of The Slumber Yard, a company that reviews bed in a box mattresses. Over the years, he has helped thousands of individuals sleep better through his business. Three days ago, I spoke with him. During our conversation, he shared some words of advice on handling anxiety an...
Thinking BIG despite feeling SMALL while staying indoors.
Embrace the uncertainty during Corona times, make a list of your must-do things to drive clarity that will ground you on transition
3 questions to authentically reflect on your business.
3 questions to ask yourself
On company culture: "People are hard-wired to feel that they are valued and are part of something bigger than themselves, that they are contributing to the core purpose of the company." #TheInfiniteGame
As a leader, it’s so easy to obsess with operational functions of the business during times of disruption or distress – in this case, a global pandemic – that it can create knee-jerk, often short-term decisions that could inherently damage your long-term vision, your business’ culture and yo...
In Always Day One, Alex Kantrowitz explains how Amazon uses its 25 years of data on customer orders to predict demand in any particular zip code.
Traditional retailers have handed the online behemoth lots of advantages as the Covid-19 pandemic sweeps the world.
Understanding when and how to express fear, anger, sorrow, and stress in a professional context isn’t easy, but it’s crucial. Harvard Business Review
Understanding when and how to express fear, anger, sorrow, and stress isn’t easy, but it’s crucial.
Mike Michalowicz gives the inside scoop on his latest book, Fix This Next.
Kenneth "Shark" Kinney speaks with with Mike Michalowicz, the entrepreneur behind three multimillion dollar companies, an entrepreneurial advocate, a former small business columnist for The Wall Street Journal, and the author of several books including his newest, “Fix This Next”.
10 Stoic quotes that force us to pause and reflect on where we are right now.
There's a reason it's called "timeless wisdom."
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