Review: Working in the Gig Economy by Thomas Oppong

Title: Working in the Gig Economy: How to Thrive and Succeed when you Choose to Work For Yourself Author: Thomas Oppong Publisher: Kogan Page Publication Date: 192 pages Length: October 2018 A 2015 survey by Ernst & Young shows that 25 per cent of businesses are expected to use over 30 per cent of contingent … Continue reading Review: Working in the Gig Economy by Thomas Oppong

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Salvaged by Roy Goble

Title: Salvaged: Leadership Lessons Pulled from the Junkyard Author: Roy Goble Publisher: NavPress/Tyndale Publication Date: January 2019Genre: Business, Christian, Personal Development Salvaged is a compilation of business and life lessons from real estate mogul and philanthropist Roy Goble. He merges lessons that he learnt growing up in his father's junkyard, running businesses and his Christian … Continue reading Salvaged by Roy Goble

Odd(ly) Enough by Carolanne Miljavac

Title: Odd(ly) Enough: Standing Out When The World Begs You To Fit In Author: Carolanne Miljavac Publication Date: 01 November 2018 Publisher: Shiloh Run Press Genre: Non-Fiction, Christian   Odd(ly) Enough is the journey of Carolanne Miljavac from a person who had all the odds stacked against her but emerged a stronger person. With a … Continue reading Odd(ly) Enough by Carolanne Miljavac

Non-Fiction November 2018 TBR

It is that time of the year! Time for  Non-Fiction November! *cue happy-dance* Honestly,  it's one of the few readathons that I find easy to participate in. Nonetheless,  the idea of creating a TBR list has me a bit nervous. I know. I know.  The organisers, Olive from abookolive and Gemma from Non Fic Books … Continue reading Non-Fiction November 2018 TBR

Nevertheless, She Persisted by Pratima R. Gluckman

Title: Nevertheless She Persisted: True Stories of Women Leaders in Tech Author: Pratima  Rao Gluckman Publisher:  Friesen Press Genre: Non-Fiction, Personal Development Publication Date: May 2018 "Technology is changing our world. Many of the most important revolutions that will take place in the next fifty years have technology at their heart. Women, 50% of the population, still only … Continue reading Nevertheless, She Persisted by Pratima R. Gluckman

The Conversations By Olivia Fane

Title: The Conversations: 66 Reasons to Start Talking Author: Olivia Fane Publisher: Vintage Books Publication Date: 2014 Genre: Popular Psychology, Non-Fiction As I age, I am learning and yearning to have more intimate conversations. Yes, I still share a few anecdotes about popular culture or what's the latest YouTube craze. But nothing beats connecting with … Continue reading The Conversations By Olivia Fane

The Moral Marketplace by Asheem Singh

Title: The Moral Marketplace: How Mission-Driven Millennials and Social Entrepreneurs Are Changing Our World Author: Asheem Singh Publisher: Policy Press Publication Date: 31 January 2018 Genre: Non-Fiction (Adult), Business & Investing In The Moral Marketplace, Asheem Singh charts the evolution of social enterprises, their structures and processes as well as the challenges that they face. … Continue reading The Moral Marketplace by Asheem Singh

All the Colors We Will See By Patrice Gopo

Title: All the Colors We Will See: Reflections on Barriers, Brokenness and Finding Our Way Author: Patrice Gopo Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishing Date:  August 7, 2018 Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoirs & Biographies, Christian All the Colors We Will See is a memoir written like an anthology of essays that trace Patrice Gopo's memories as she wrangles with being … Continue reading All the Colors We Will See By Patrice Gopo

Switchers By Dawn Graham

Title: Switchers: How Smart Professionals Switch Careers and Seize Success Author: Dawn Graham Publisher: AMACOM/ HarperCollins Leadership Publishing Date:  June 26, 2018 Genre: Non-Fiction, Business & Investing According to statistics, most Americans will spend around five years of their lives in some type of job search activity. Further, the numbers also say that one is likely to … Continue reading Switchers By Dawn Graham