Brain Art and Neuroscience: Neurosensuality and Affective Realism by David R. Gruber

1. Brain Art and Neuroscience: Neurosensuality and Affective Realism by David R. Gruber

Overview: The first of its kind, this book examines artistic representations of the brain after the rise of the contemporary neurosciences, examining the interplay of art and science and tackling some of the critical-cultural implications.

2. Interview Superpower: How to Ace Your Interview and Get the Job You Really Want! by Daniel Sage

English | 2020 | Self Help

A how-to-guide that gives you the confidence to meet your interviewers on equal terms and present them with all the answers they are looking for.

Crammed with tips on how to walk tall, feel good, and ace any interview you face.

The book shows you how the interview is a two-way process, and how to engage more fully with the people involved as well as the technical requirements.

The curious fact is, most people who conduct interviews aren’t qualified to do so and don’t necessarily know what to look for or what makes the best fit for a role. They’ll believe they can judge character or competence, as we all do, but often what steers their opinion is separate from the task at hand.

This guide takes a close look at this human element, and on how your pitch, your manner, and your presentation all stream in to the emotional and intuitive antennae of the interviewers. A lot of the actual business that decides your success goes on beneath the glossy interview room surface.

3. How to Make it Happen: Turning Failure into Success by Maria Hatzistefanis

English | 2020 | Self Help

Success is not final and failure is not fatal.
Maria Hatzistefanis should know. Having spent 20 years building her own company (described by the press as ‘an overnight success’), she acknowledges how hard it is to keep going and find your motivation, especially in the face of self-doubt, rejection and unexpected setbacks.

This punchy, easy to digest book spells out how to motivate yourself and harness your drive and energy to make things happen. With clear guidance, tips and celebrity stories throughout, Maria sums up her business secrets with three golden rules: set your goals; plot your trajectory; make it happen!
This book will help anyone looking to grow their business and enable readers everywhere to find their own ‘Make It Happen’ mindset. Everyone can learn from this book, no matter where you are in your career.