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Countdown to the Holidays

Two members of our team shared books they read this year that changed their thinking—about work, life, and the world around us.

Joe Chelius, Editorial Supervisor, and Josie Licari, Accounting Clerk, review books that were considered radical when first published. Winner of the 1978 National Book Award, MAX PERKINS: Editor of Genius, took the literary world by storm with its behind-the-scenes look at the creation of literature. Butterflies Are Free to Fly describes spiritual evolution based on scientific experiments in quantum physics and brain research. Joe and Josie agreed that their books also spoke to Dudnyk’s core values.

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Books that reflect Dudnyk core values

Two members of our team shared books they read this year that changed their thinking—about work, life, and the world around us.

John Kemble, SVP, Creative Director, and Sharyl Wolf, Senior Copy Editor, found lessons in books on ancient cultures and spirituality that help them to be better individuals.

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Reviews of 2

Two members of our team shared books they read this year that changed their thinking—about work, life, and the world around us.

Some older gems were discovered this year by members of our Business Planning and Operations department who wanted to improve their productivity. Nick Stackhouse, Associate Project Manager, and Scott Harper, vice president and the director of the department, read books that approached productivity from different viewpoints.

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@thejessness84 reviews The Art of Social Media

Members of our team shared books they read this year that changed their thinking—about work, life, and the world around us.

@thejessness84, Dudnyk's community manager (and awesome copy supervisor) found time to read the hundred plus practical tips, tricks, and insights from social media gurus Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick.

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