Proofreader and copy editor, primarily for financial and marketing firms.
I'm also a writer. I wrote book reviews for the now-defunct British publication, Prometheus (editorial members included Toni Morrison, Eduardo Galeano, and Henry Louis Gates Jr.). I've written pop music reviews for Earvolution and classical music annotations for Muze and Naxos. I've also written book reviews for IndieReader. My first book, Letter to a Prohibitionist, which argues for marijuana legalization and an end to the War on Drugs, was published via Amazon's CreateSpace service in 2013.
“Peak Performance Trading & Investing” is a clear road map for both traders and investors seeking success in any market and on any time frame.Seven LessonsIn his research, Bruce kept coming back to the same topics and points over and over. His blog posts over several years would hammer away at the same conclusions. He decided to summarize the main things he had leaned as the following seven le... read more
Want to become a truly great trader – either for yourself or for a proprietary trading firm? This book will help you get there. This unique approach is the closest thing to signing up for a “trader boot camp” yourself! You’ll learn by watching new traders walk through actual trades, explain what they’ve tried to do, and try to survive brutally tough expert critiques. One trade at a time, The P... read more
DID YOU KNOW that the first US established political party didn’t exist until 1791 (the Federalist Party)? But early US political parties were more like small groups and factions, and not established parties, so many decades passed before an established party began. The only established parties back then were from England, the Whig and Tory Parties. This means that since the first English sett... read more
This book is a must read for anyone that wants to skip a few painful steps founding a successful business or building a career.It sheds the light of sense on what seems to be indisputable to so many entrepreneurs, career-chasers and business people. The author talks about what in fact is behind psychological drives that motivate us towards things that seem so obvious in everyday life—in entrep... read more
The book provides simple and effective approaches for business, operational, and technology leaders who are setting up and implementing data management and governance as standard services in their organizations. Most industries actively manage and govern their data primarily to achieve their regulatory preparedness and service excellence goals. While it is equally important to set up a data of... read more
Citizens constitute the nation, and the nation does not exist without them.• When banks and public corporations are too big to fail, citizens will bail them out.• When government decides upon war, citizens will offer to fight.• When disaster strikes, citizens bear the weight to recover and go on.• When the nation's survival is at stake, citizens persevere in order to succeed.The value of the n... read more
Organizations around the globe are struggling to adapt to an increasingly complex and turbulent social, economic, technological, and business environment—whether they be banks, product development companies, or city councils. Many are responding by embracing agility as a way of working—some with a primary orientation around operational agility (Agile software development methods such as Scrum ... read more
MAKE THE MONEY YOU WANT TO LIVE THE LIFE YOU DESIREAre you anxious about taking your kids to daycare so that you can go work? Are you worried that your kids will not get the attention and care that they need while you are at work? Do you wish you could make money without compromising time with your family?This book is about how to start your virtual assistant business so that you can have fina... read more
Drawing on military leadership knowledge and personal experience, 5 to 50 to 500 introduces The Business Navigation Framework™, designed to create the conditions for organizational scalability. To be scalable, organizations need to navigate toward an end state using an intent based decision-making and action-enabling framework. Scalability is not about resources, it's about an adaptability min... read more
Based off Objectivism, the philosophy of Ayn Rand, this short but concise book explores the problems faced when teaching English as a secondary language in Japan, alongside examination of its culture, a new and radical way to approach teaching, and brief, practical examples to help improve your craft and hopefully inspire interesting activities.
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