In a world where speed and flexibility are valued more than ever, leaders from the corporate boardroom to the military are looking for answers from seemingly unlikely experts - the ones in the grass, in the air, in the lakes, and in the woods. In this innovative audiobook, veteran National Geographic editor Peter Miller shows how swarm species, such as ants, bees, and fish, can teach us to tackle some of the most complex conundrums in business, politics, and technology.
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The mystic warrior Jethro Dumont was a jaded, rich American who hungered to find purpose in this world. His search for self-knowledge and fulfillment led him to a secluded Buddhist monastery high in the Tibetan Himalayas. There Dumont studied the mysteries of the Orient, at the same time learning to accept the nonviolent tenets of this ancient and venerated philosophy. By the time he returned to America, he was a changed man.
This seventh collection of Favorite Science Fiction Stories includes 16 great stories from well-known science fiction writers.
Bill Dean Throws Wild Georgetown Parties. Now a Rape Is Alleged to Have Occurred at One.