Author: Santonu Dhar FCMI

Santonu Kumar Dhar is a writer, consultant, mentor, and business owner. He has been recognized as a fellow at the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) in the United Kingdom since 2018. Santonu has also studied Data Science at prestigious institutions like Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Roorke and Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Guahati. He has completed multiple massive online courses in Business, Computer Science or Data Science from renowned organizations such as Harvard University, University of London, IBM, and Google. He is also an author of few novels, such as Life of Love and The Effort. Learn more from his official website santonudhar.org

 LeeAnne Hansen Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Well, LeeAnne Hansen is actually two people. There is me, LeeAnne and Hansen. He writes under the name (when solo) as Dr. Oolong Seemingly. We met while working in a warehouse (him running customer service, and me running Logistics. We managed merchandise for over 50 bands. Our biggest band was Bon Jovi. How many hours a day do you write? Oolong said Hours written per day fluctuates depending on freelance writing I’m engaged in as well as writing needed for my part-time job or various contests I enter. Ideally…

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Anne Scottlin Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m a Nature lover, mountain-hiking foodie, doting dog mama to my adorable Mini Schnauzers, award winning actress and writer, and I’m obsessed with Medieval history. Whenever I can, I hop on a plane to explore more of our planet and meet new people. My friends and clients know me for my warm empathy and joie de vivre. I’ve been working in the industries of motivation and wellbeing for over a decade. I’m a best-selling author, podcaster, emotional wellness specialist and joyful living teacher. I train professionals how to better…

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“The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People By Dr. Stephen Covey” When I first saw this book, I was scared it would just give me a list of things to do in order to succeed in today’s competitive workplace. After reading this book, I realized that I had been wrong all along. To succeed in today’s competitive environment, this book presents attractive, practical, and wonderful suggestions on how to win our own battles. It focuses on the fundamental paradigms. Learning how to communicate well, seem nice on the outside, and learn a myriad of techniques to impress others isn’t a…

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If you want to be a great manager, you must have a solid knowledge of management and leadership. To achieve this goal, reading the best leadership books is a good idea. Management is a huge topic that requires a lot of management books to solve problems. Here we have picked out some of the most popular management and leadership books for managers. Best leadership books for managers: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey If you are looking for the best leadership books for managers, In my opinion, this book is an excellent resource for anyone…

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Miranda Oh, is the author of the Chin Up Tits Out series. Miranda’s motto in life is to always have a chin-up tits out attitude, no matter what!. Here is an interview with author Miranda Oh. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I am in my mid-thirties, a mom, an author, podcast host, and I am a corporate trainer for an insurance company. I have written a three part series called Chin Up Tits Out. Which follows a young gal going through love, triumph and tribulations. I absolutely love to keep many projects on my plate, as…

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Jenna Greene is a writer, podcaster, teacher, clumsy dancer, dragonboat coach, and semi-professional napper. Jenna Greene is also the co-host of “Quill and Ink: A Podcast for Book Lovers” with Miranda Oh. Here is an Interview with author Jenna Greene. Jenna Greene! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I am a YA/ Children’s author from Lethbridge, Alberta who spends her day teaching six and seven year olds to read and write. How many hours a day do you write? I don’t set word count goals, nor do I have standard time ranges for writing. As a teacher,…

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Author Pat Daily is a best selling author. Here is an Interview with Author Pat Daily. Pat Daily! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Happy to. I’m an engineer and former Air Force Test pilot. I’m married with two wonderful daughters. We also have two dogs and two cats. We call Houston home. How many hours a day do you write? I average three hours per day. If the words are really flowing, that can stretch to six or seven hours. I was stuck in Alaska over a weekend a few winters ago and managed to write…

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Mary Elizabeth is a best selling author. Here is an interview with author Mary Elizabeth. Mary Elizabeth! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I am a wife and mother of three miracles. I am an award-winning children’s author and last year became an Amazon bestselling and international bestselling author in several collaborative anthologies. My very late in life surprise son inspired my children’s series and is one of the reasons my writing focus is to help empower kids, teens, and adults. It’s important for kids to accept themselves no matter how they came into this world. I…

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Moments Like This by Anna Gomez and Kristoffer Polaha book review Put on your fuzzy slippers and make a cup of hot chocolate. It’s like holding a Hallmark movie in your hands when you read Anna Gomez and Kristoffer Polaha’s Moments Like This. This is the first of a series set in Hawaii, and Hang Le’s cover art is stunning. Andie, a workaholic, is passed over for a promotion and ends up in the hospital after a drunken fainting fit at a workplace celebration. Api, her best friend in Hawaii, needs someone to operate her coffee shop while she’s on…

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Summer of Love and Evil By Michael Kinnamon Review Michael Kinnamon’s novel Summer of Love and Evil is set in small-town Iowa in 1967. Charles Weaver, the valedictorian of his high school class, is working for the summer on his local street crew before attending college. Even though they have little in common, he works with several memorable personalities that he develops to like and admire. The local sheriff is a thorn in the side, giving some members of the street crew a hard time when it isn’t necessary. Meanwhile, Charles falls in love with a woman two years his…

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