Recent deals and press for our clients

Max Lugavere | TEDx

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Natalia Hailes and Ashley Spivak

Birth doulas and owners of the NYC-based practice Brilliant Bodies, and co-Founders of CYCLES + SEX Natalia Hailes and Ashley Spivak’s WHY DID NO ONE TELL ME THIS?!: A HILARIOUS, ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO WHAT THE BLEEP HAPPENS IN BIRTH (AND THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD), a picture book that uses the magic of science, art, and humor to build trust in the most ordinary of extraordinary experiences: birth, sold to Shannon Connors Fabricant at Running Press.

Paul Halpern in Aeon

Is time a linear arrow or a loopy, repeating circle?

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic in HBR

3 Ways to Build a Data-Driven Team

Art Markman in HBR

Why People Aren’t Motivated to Address Climate Change


David Bentley Hart

David Bentley Hart’s THAT GOD MAY BE ALL IN ALL: THE QUESTION OF UNIVERSAL SALVATION, a reexamination of universal salvation, based on a close reading of early Christian sources, arguing that God is merciful, hell is never everlasting, and that in the end all will be saved and joined to God in Christ, sold to Jennifer Banks at Yale University Press

Alice Boyes in HBR

4 Ways Busy People Sabotage Themselves

Leigh Thompson in HBR

Simple Prompts Can Get Women to Negotiate More Like Men, and Vice Versa

Heidi Grant on CBS This Morning

How to become comfortable asking for help

David Burkus in HBR

Networking Myths Dispelled

Heidi Grant n the NYTs

How to Ask for Help and Actually Get It

Karlyn Borysenko on NPR’s Marketplace Morning Report

Handling a toxic workplace

H. James Wilson and Paul R. Daugherty in HBR

Why Even AI-Powered Factories Will Have Jobs for Humans

Alice Boyes in HBR

5 Things to Do When You Feel Overwhelmed by Your Workload

Art Markman in HBR

How to Cure Your Dread of Public Speaking

Elizabeth Grace Saunders in HBR

Are You Productive Enough?

Heidi Grant in HBR

5 Mistakes Companies Make About Growth Mindsets

David Bentley Hart in the New York Times

The New York Yankees Are a Moral Abomination

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic in HBR

Take Control of Your Learning at Work

Max Lugavere on Dr. Oz

The Carbs You Should Be Eating

Alice Boys in HBR

How to Focus on What’s Important, Not Just What’s Urgent

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic in HBR

Too Much Team Harmony Can Kill Creativity

Heidi Grant's Reinforcements in 800CEOREAD

Editor's Choice Review

“Allowing others to help you by knowing how and being willing to ask for it may just aid them as much as you, and makes the world around you a better, more helpful, more joyous place in the process. “It brings out the best—and the best feelings—in all of us,” writes Heidi Grant. Her Reinforcements will help you do just that.”  More here.

Heidi Grant HBR podcast

Getting People to Help You

Heidi Grant in HBR

Drowning in Work? Here’s How to Ask a Colleague for Help.

Nicholas Pearce in HBR

What to Do When Your Boss Won’t Advocate for You

Reinforcements: How to Get People to Help You

by Heidi Grant Reviewed in the Financial Times

“irresistible, and Ms Grant’s concise counsel amply fulfils its promise”  More here.

Bono has discovered David Bentley Hart


Kristin Kobes Du Mez

Professor of history at Calvin College Kristin Kobes Du Mez’s ONWARD CHRISTIAN WARRIORS, offering an understanding of American Evangelicalism as a hypermasculine cultural movement and community of consumption united in a defense of patriarchal power, sold to Katie Henderson Adams at Liveright.

VITAL FORCE: Ancient Energy Secrets For Modern Life

Rajshree Patel

Leader in the fields of personal and spiritual development and senior teacher with the Art of Living Foundation Rajshree Patel’s VITAL FORCE: Ancient Energy Secrets For Modern Life, about how a series of simple techniques, practiced in as little as 20 minutes each day, can enable us to tap the energy that flows within us and around us, and create confidence, charisma, connection and flow, sold to Anne Barthel at Hay House.


Max Lugavere

Max Lugavere’s THE GENIUS WAY, the follow up to bestselling Genius Foods, a lifestyle prescription for optimal cognitive function, sold Karen Rinaldi at Harper Wave.


Hans Ijzerman

Expert on social thermoregulation in humans, the University of Grenoble’s Hans Ijzerman’s THE TEMPERATURE EVOLUTION: How Climate Has Made Us Social And Shapes Our Health, about the profound impact temperature has had on human evolution, and the far-reaching impacts that temperature regulation has on our emotions, relationships, and health, from the attachment that we develop as children towards our parents, to the way a chilly room makes us judgmental, and how our feelings of kinship with others affect our temperature perceptions, sold to Quynh Do at Norton.


Paul Halpern

Paul Halpern’s SYNCHRONICITY, about the millenia-old debate over instant versus delayed connections in nature, and FLASHES OF CREATION, about the clash between Fred Hoyle and his “Steady State” theory of the origin of the universe and George Gamow and the Big Bang Theory that became the majority view, sold to T.J. Kelleher at Basic.