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Book Review – The Cambridge World Prehistory in 3 Volumes

Editors: Colin Renfrew and Paul G. Bahn Publisher:  Cambridge University Press – 2,049 total pages Book Review by: Nano Khilnani What is the Cambridge World Prehistory in 3 Volumes? It is essentially an authoritative and systematic examination of: The prehistory of every region around the world From the early days of human origins in Africa two million years ago To beginnings of written history, which in some areas began just two centuries ago The three volumes of this prehistory include: Both traditional topics and cutting-edge approaches Such as archaeological linguistics and molecular genetics And essential questions of human development...

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7 Habits I Avoid To Become Highly Productive

Cutting these things helped me boost my productivity. By Anthony J. Yeung on Mind Cafe If you’re reading this, there are a million-and-a-half things you want to do: Build your business, exercise more, spend more time with friends and family, read more books, etc. So how do you pack that into a 24-hour day that’s already occupied with sleeping and eating? While most people try to become more productive by adding things, I’ve discovered it’s far easier to start by subtracting what kills productivity in the first place. Because when you look at highly productive people, even though they’re...

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Book Review: Main Street Moxie – From Surviving to Thriving in the NEW American Marketplace

Author: Noelle Stary Publisher:  Open Door Publications – 96 pages Book Review by: Kumar Balani Noelle Stary begins this book in her Introduction – The Day the World Stopped by recalling events sometime from January 2020 onward about events that were affecting her business: “I started to notice reports on the news about a new virus somehow related to bats that was being seen in China: A wet market. What was that? I barely noticed. I was too busy with the openings of my two new (co) working spaces…” “And then it was March. Everything changed so suddenly. On...

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Generating Passive Income Is Hard Here Is a Better Option

By Ben Le Fort | Medium Image credit: Medium The highest level of financial freedom is having enough passive income to cover your living expenses. If you manage to reach that point, you can spend your days doing whatever makes you happiest. If passive income is the key to financial freedom, then anyone who can enable others to generate passive income will be able to wield massive influence and make themselves wealthy. That is why the internet is full of spammy articles and videos, promising easy solutions to generate passive income. Here is the brutal truth about passive income....

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Book Review – Cambridge Encyclopedia of Darwin and Evolutionary Thought

Editor: Michael Ruse Publisher:  Cambridge University Press – 568 pages Book Review by: Nano Khilnani The classic theory of evolution and natural selection (“survival of the fittest”) developed and written about by the famous Charles Darwin (1809-1882) is discussed in this book by people from around the world in the form of essays. They also discuss his activities as a biologist, geologist, and naturalist. The discussions are of a very wide range, and they are mainly on the the influence of this important but oftentimes controversial theory upon some of the important aspects of human learning and living, namely:...

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