Portfolio

 

Projects we’ve been involved with as either a ghostwriter, editor, or book proposal writer have  won literary awards and been covered by Time Magazine, New York Times, NBC, BusinessweekForbesUSA TodayInc Magazine, NPR, CNN Money, The Boston Globe, PBS, National Journal, and The Economist — to name a few. A partial list of projects includes:

 
 
“A powerful, easy to read guide full of commonsense advice.”— Booklist

“A powerful, easy to read guide full of commonsense advice.”— Booklist

Wall Street Journal Bestseller   Financial Times Business Book of the Month Named by The Washington Post as One of the 11 Leadership Books to Read in 2018   "A refreshingly data-based, clearheaded guide…”—Publishers Weekly

Wall Street Journal Bestseller
Financial Times Business Book of the Month Named by The Washington Post as One of the 11 Leadership Books to Read in 2018

"A refreshingly data-based, clearheaded guide…”—Publishers Weekly

“Aron Ain’s WorkInspired is a valuable resource for any leader looking to build an organization rooted in employee engagement and a shared value system.”  ―Stephen A. Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO, and Co-Founder, Blackstone

“Aron Ain’s WorkInspired is a valuable resource for any leader looking to build an organization rooted in employee engagement and a shared value system.”

―Stephen A. Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO, and Co-Founder, Blackstone

“A must-read for healthcare leaders, it’s written in clear, incisive language that makes it just as valuable for the rest of us.” —John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Cisco

“A must-read for healthcare leaders, it’s written in clear, incisive language that makes it just as valuable for the rest of us.” —John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Cisco

Based on six years of research, Harvard Business School professor Thales Teixeira shows how and why industries are disrupted, and what established companies can do to respond--as well as what potential startups must master if they hope to gain a competitive edge.

Based on six years of research, Harvard Business School professor Thales Teixeira shows how and why industries are disrupted, and what established companies can do to respond--as well as what potential startups must master if they hope to gain a competitive edge.

Library Journal Best Business Books of 2007 800-CEO-READ 2007 Business Book Award in Entrepreneurship/Small Business Named one of four best entrepreneurial books of 2007 by Strategy+Business   “…potent guide communicates the key ideas vividly with engaging stories and evocative writing…” - Publisher’s Weekly

Library Journal Best Business Books of 2007
800-CEO-READ 2007 Business Book Award in Entrepreneurship/Small Business
Named one of four best entrepreneurial books of 2007 by Strategy+Business

“…potent guide communicates the key ideas vividly with engaging stories and evocative writing…” - Publisher’s Weekly

Amazon’s Big Spring Book: Top Ten Business & Investing, 2013   “…a clear-eyed, compellingly written account bursting with vivid anecdotes and analysis.” —Ken Auletta, New Yorker writer and author

Amazon’s Big Spring Book: Top Ten Business & Investing, 2013

“…a clear-eyed, compellingly written account bursting with vivid anecdotes and analysis.” —Ken Auletta, New Yorker writer and author

“Pages into this beautifully written story of Steve’s early years, my heart began to sing.” Johnnetta Betsch Cole, Ph.D, President Emerita, Spelman College

“Pages into this beautifully written story of Steve’s early years, my heart began to sing.” Johnnetta Betsch Cole, Ph.D, President Emerita, Spelman College

“Fletcher’s intense tales read more like a thriller than a memoir.” - Entertainment Weekly

“Fletcher’s intense tales read more like a thriller than a memoir.” - Entertainment Weekly

“This exciting and important book shows you how to turn your dreams into reality. You’ll be surprised at how thoroughly it overturns conventional wisdom.” —Carol Dweck, Lewis & Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology, Stanford University.

“This exciting and important book shows you how to turn your dreams into reality. You’ll be surprised at how thoroughly it overturns conventional wisdom.” —Carol Dweck, Lewis & Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology, Stanford University.

“A powerfully written, heartbreaking account…” —Kirkus Review

“A powerfully written, heartbreaking account…” —Kirkus Review

A useful paradigm for identifying and transforming problem behaviors. --Library Journal

A useful paradigm for identifying and transforming problem behaviors. --Library Journal

“A must-read.” Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO)

“A must-read.” Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO)

An indispensable guide to reducing the suffering - of patients and caregivers alike - and to improving healthcare delivery for all

An indispensable guide to reducing the suffering - of patients and caregivers alike - and to improving healthcare delivery for all

“This is the best book on how to create a great workplace I’ve read in years.” —Robert Levering, cofounder, Great Place to Work® Institute; coauthor, the Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For Annual List”

“This is the best book on how to create a great workplace I’ve read in years.” —Robert Levering, cofounder, Great Place to Work® Institute; coauthor, the Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For Annual List”

“A deeply moving book.” —Harold S. Kushner, author

“A deeply moving book.” —Harold S. Kushner, author

“…one of the most important life-changing and enriching books you will ever read.” Jason Jennings, author

“…one of the most important life-changing and enriching books you will ever read.” Jason Jennings, author

Named to Washington Post list of “10 books on leadership to read in 2017   “[A] useful, practical guide to countering incivility in its many forms…” —Publisher’s Weekly “[A] slender, but compelling, guide to treating others respectfully and protecting oneself from those who don’t.” —New York Times

Named to Washington Post list of “10 books on leadership to read in 2017

“[A] useful, practical guide to countering incivility in its many forms…” —Publisher’s Weekly
“[A] slender, but compelling, guide to treating others respectfully and protecting oneself from those who don’t.” —New York Times