Good Company by Arthur Blank, cofounder of The Home Depot (William Morrow, 2020)

“Arthur’s guiding truth is timeless: humbly listening to and learning from customers and associates in any business leads to lasting connections that forge successful companies that also become trusted, valued citizens of the communities they serve.” — Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

“We all are presented with the choice to mend the world, to bring it one step closer toward a harmonious state of being. I invite you to take note of the story of this fine American who chose to do just that.” — from the Foreword by President Jimmy Carter


Conscious Leadership by John Mackey, Steve McIntosh, & Carter Phipps (Portfolio, 2020)

“Living proof that we don’t have to choose between purpose and profits.”—Adam Grant, New York Times–bestselling author of Give and Take and Originals, and host of the TED podcast WorkLife

“In a changing world, businesses that hope to thrive will need leadership to take them there. Conscious Leadership defines a path forward for all of us looking to lead the way.”—Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks

The State of Affairs by Esther Perel (HarperCollins, 2017)

“Sure to spark intelligent conversations that will have readers everywhere examining their belief systems. This is a thought-provoking take on relationships and essential reading for couples dealing with infidelity.” —Publishers Weekly
“As a writer, Perel is nimble and playful, and she knows her way around a phrase. . . . [The State of Affairs is] bracing to read.” —The New York Times, Oct 2017

Digital Goddess by Victoria Montgomery Brown (HarperCollins Leadership, 2020)

“Funny, fearless, and sometimes raw, Victoria Montgomery Brown’s book doesn’t pull any punches as she details the successes and setbacks of being a female entrepreneur. It’s a delicious read from beginning to end, and I’d encourage any young woman intent on chasing her dreams to use it as a valuable resource.” —Rita McGrath, Professor at Columbia Business School and bestselling author of The End of Competitive Advantage

Mind Without Fear by Rajat Gupta (Rosetta Books, 2019)

“A propulsive narrative” — Andrew Ross Sorkin, The New York Times, March 2019

The Beautiful No . . . and Other Tales of Trial, Transcendence, and Transformation
by Sheri Salata, former Executive Producer, The Oprah Winfrey Show (Harper Wave, June 2019)

The Beautiful No is a road map for transformation — an honest, funny, and soulful look at what it really means to take stewardship over your own existence. This book will bring help and hope to so many people.
Elizabeth Gilbert

Bestselling Author, Eat, Pray, Love

Market Mover: Lessons from a Decade of Change at Nasdaq
by Robert Greifeld, former Nasdaq CEO & Chairman (Grand Central, October 2019)

The Whole Foods Cookbook by John Mackey, Matthew Lederman, MD, Alona Pulde, MD, Recipes by the Sarno Brothers (Grand Central, October 2018

“[A] wise and approachable guide to healthy eating.” —Publishers Weekly

Coming in 2018: The Whole Foods Cookbook

(Grand Central Life & Style)

The Whole Foods Diet: The Lifesaving Plan for Health and Longevity by John Mackey, Matthew Lederman, MD, and Alona Pulde, MD. (Grand Central Life & Style, 2017)

The Whole Foods Diet “reaches beyond the typical diet plan tenets of eating right to feel better and lose weight; this plan is expressly intended to help save and extend lives….its tone is inspiring.” —Publishers Weekly
I would not be surprised if The Whole Foods Diet becomes the definitive work on how to eat for a long, healthy, disease-free life. It’s that clear. And it’s that good.
John Robbins

Bestselling Author, Diet For A New America

Holocracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World

by Brian Robertson (Henry Holt & Co, 2015)

“This illuminating business manual . . . leads readers through the process of redistributing authority and improving decision-making, which involves shifting from personal leadership to constitutionally-derived power. Backed up by contributions from Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and other business luminaries, this is a practical, step-by-step guide to putting in place a new, unfamiliar structure, one where the executive retains autonomy and individual authority while allowing others to lead highly structured meetings and systematic decision-making.”

—Publishers Weekly

The Master Coach by Gregg Thompson, President, Bluepoint Leadership Development (Select Books, 2017)

“Backed with questions for self-reflection, this feel-good, inspirational guide provides a useful framework for readers interested in honing an important skill.” —Publishers Weekly
The Master Coach could well become the definitive book on creating a coaching culture.
Marshall Goldsmith

Bestselling Author, Triggers

Slow Medicine: Hope and Healing for Chronic Illness

by Michael Finkelstein, M.D. (William Morrow, 2015)

Masterfully guides us through the questions that connect the dots of our lives.
Dr. Mehmet Oz

Emmy award-winning host, The Dr. Oz Show

This book is superbly insightful, important, fun to read, and potentially life-changing.
Dr. Andrew Weil

World-renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine

My [email protected]: How Fundamentalism Stole My Mind and Doubt Freed My Soul

by Amir Ahmad Nasr (St. Martins Press, 2013)

“Structured wittily around a love affair with Islam, Nasr’s account is straightforward, fluent and full of lively allusions for further readings. A candid, cosmopolitan look at the experience of Islam in the digital age.”

– Kirkus Reviews

“Nasr seamlessly blends memoir with political thought and activism. The book smoothly follows his journey out of a simplistic understanding of Islam, through rationalism and semi-atheism, towards a conversion to Sufism. Personal history . . . is the book’s strongest aspect, delivered in Nasr’s casual, conversational tone. . . A valuable and enjoyable read.”

—Publishers Weekly, starred review

The Clean Plates Cookbook

by Jared Koch (Running Press, 2012)

“The Clean Plates Cookbook is as much a dietary game plan as it is a compendium of recipes made from natural, high-quality, and whole ingredients. The tips within make this book an excellent guide for a personalized, holistic diet.”

Men’s Journal

Love Unfiltered: How to Triumph Over Tragedy, Find Your Purpose & Live Your Dreams

by Mike Murphy (Next Century, 2014)

“An uplifting testimonial about love, family, and the human condition . . . . The authentic prose features flashbacks that are seamlessly interwoven with present events. . . . With a mixture of honesty, pathos, dark humor, emotionality, and detailed medical information that is interspersed with dramatic scenes, the book is powerful despite its inevitable conclusion.”

Foreword Reviews (Five-Star Clarion Rating)

Also co-written with Mike Murphy:

The Creation Frequency, coming Spring 2018 from New World Library

Living In Color: A Love Story

Dream: Clarify and Create What You Want

by Marcia Wieder (Next Century, 2016)

Marcia’s right! You have to be able to identify what you really love and really want, before you can get it.”
Oprah Winfrey

Marcia Wieder not only inspires but actually shows you how to ignite your passion and use it to make your personal and professional dreams a reality.
John Gray

Author, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

The Master Coach

by Gregg Thomson (Select Books, 2017)

“Backed with questions for self-reflection, this feel-good, inspirational guide provides a useful framework for readers interested in honing an important skill.”

—Publishers Weekly

The Master Coach could well become the definitive book on creating a coaching culture.
Marshall Goldsmith

Bestselling Author, Triggers

SQ21: The Twenty-One Skills of Spiritual Intelligence

by Cindy Wigglesworth (SelectBooks, 2012)

I love this book. I haven’t just read it—I have studied it and I have practiced it. I think the ideas in here are crucial for anyone who wants to grow wiser, more compassionate, and to help create a better future…. The genius of the SQ21 approach is that it is logical, carefully validated, and avoids getting tangled up in personal beliefs.
John Mackey

Found and CEO, Whole Foods Market

The Vitality Map: A Guide to Deep Health, Joyful Self-Care, and Resilient Well Being

by Deborah Zucker (LomaSerena Press, 2016)

This book will be a beacon and a gift to many.
Elizabeth Gilbert

Bestselling Author, Eat, Pray, Love

Evolutionaries: Unlocking the Spiritual and Cultural Potential of Science’s Greatest Idea

by Carter Phipps (Harper Perennial, 2012)

“A masterful survey. … Incorporates science and faith by broadening the definition and scope of what evolution is understood to be. … Phipps’s writing projects a palpable sense of positivity and excitement for what is to come.”

Publishers Weekly

This beautifully written book is a significant contribution to the increasingly important conversation between the natural sciences and our spiritual traditions. Enthusiastically recommended.
John Haught

Senior Fellow, Georgetown University's Woodstock Theological Center

Minding Your Business: Profits that Restore the Planet

by Horst Rechelbacher, founder of Aveda (Earth Aware Editions, 2008)

In his brilliant book, Minding Your Business, Horst shines a bright light on the path to ‘enlightened capitalism’ and paves the way for a new humane, ethical, and sustainable model of business and success. It is essential reading for visionary entrepreneurs and corporations who want to create success while making a difference in the world. Horst is paving the way for what in the future will be wisdom-based economies in a wisdom based, sustainable, just and peaceful culture focused on the well-being of all.
Deepak Chopra

Bestselling Author, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

Beyond Success: Redefining the Meaning of Prosperity

by Jeff Gitterman (AMACOM, 2009)

“[A] thought-provoking, philosophical discussion of what happiness really is, and what it takes to achieve it…a dialogue that should benefit everyone…”

Foreword magazine

Escape Anxiety: 8 Steps to Freedom through Meditative Therapies

by Suzanne Jessee (Select Books, 2015)

“Jessee, creator of antianxiety programs at the Betty Ford Center in California and Michigan’s Brighton Hospital, draws on her experience as a clinical therapist and her earlier struggles with alcoholism, depression, and anxiety. Her book will be useful to anxiety sufferers, as its numerous checklists and narrative will first allow them to recognize that their symptoms are not simply what everyone goes through, and the tips and especially guided meditations―self-led sessions that increase in length as the book goes on―will allow them to begin recovery. … Within the first few pages of this book, readers will learn ways to combat lifelong problems.”

Library Journal

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