Thinking Big

Thinking Big

How Women Decide

Therese Huston

“Gretchen took the most intimidating parts of this process and made them manageable. An NPR interview? No problem - here’s what you do. How about a TV morning show? Covered. And that additional coaching meant the world to me. She did an incredible amount of legwork to make these opportunities happen, but she also mentored me on how to show up and stand out."
- Therese Huston

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Sensation: The New Science of Physical Intelligence

Thalma Lobel

”February Media took great care of me as a first time author. Without much lead time at all, they were able to get me booked on major national media like NPR’s Marketplace and other important NPR shows around the country. They gave me invaluable coaching for my TV interviews and helped me hone my message. I’m already planning to sign them up for my next book! Thank you, February Media!”
- Thalma Lobel

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The New Evolution Diet

Arthur de Vany, PhD

“You are the bombs. I have so enjoyed my association with you. I will hope that you will represent me again.”
- Arthur de Vany

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Clash

Hazel Rose Markus and Alana Conner

Drs. Hazel Rose Markus and Alana Conner explore the most important culture clashes we are all navigating on our smaller and flatter planet.

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100+

Sonia Arrison

In 100 PLUS, renowned technology analyst and Silicon Valley insider Sonia Arrison lays out a thorough roadmap of the exciting new world confronting us, where fresh organs for transplants will be grown in laboratories, cloned stem cells will bring previously unstoppable death-sentence diseases to their knees, and living past 100 will be the rule, not the exception.

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Better Than Normal

Dr. Dale Archer

In his paradigm-shattering new book Dr. Dale Archer makes the radical argument that eight traits classified by the psychiatric field as mental disorders should be seen as potentially – enormously – positive. He teaches readers how to map their unique psychological profiles, clarify their personal strengths and weaknesses, and direct their innate characteristics towards greater levels of self-acceptance and success.

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The Hippocratic Myth

Gregg Bloche, M.D., J.D.

A doctor, legal scholar, and Obama ’08 advisor breaks the silence: an important and timely book exposes the truth about medicine, morality, and politics.

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