Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine, Vol. 96 No. 4, Winter 2021

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FROM THE BOOKSHELVES POETRY

A DA Y O F H U M A N I T Y

BY B R A DY B O V E , B I O M E D I C A L E N G I N E E R I N G S T U D E N T A DAY OF HUMANITY is a heartwarming collection of poems intended to highlight the similarities that we all share as human beings. After witnessing the pain of loneliness and isolation, author and Georgia Tech student Brady Bove set out to explore the intricacies of the human experience and community. She gathered stories of anxiety, love, childhood pains, friendship, and more from a wide variety of people, including some Tech students and faculty. She now shares these experiences in a selection of 56 stylistically unique poems. Readers will live through three chronological sections—morning, day, and night—as they learn to appreciate the tumultuous journey of life and are reminded that, no matter where they are, they are never really alone. PHILOSOPHY & SPORTS

M I N D F U L N E S S F O R T H E U LT I M A T E A T H L E T E BY P R I N C E DA N I E L S J R . , M G T 13 , F O R E W O R D BY C A LV I N “ M E G A T R O N ” J O H N S O N J R . , C L S 0 8

IN THIS BOOK, former NFL running back Prince Daniels Jr. shares the path to unlocking true potential through the practice of mindfulness and meditation. By applying these practices, athletes can overcome all the noise and prior programming that keeps them from attaining their highest goals. Using Daniels’ techniques, athletes can reach “the zone” by bringing in line the mind, body, and spirit.

BUSINESS

HOW TEAMS TRIUMPH: M A N A G I N G BY C O M M I T M E N T BY C L I N T O N M . PA D G E T T, E E 9 5

F I L L E D W I T H W I S D O M and insights from the author’s 25+ years of reshaping project success for Fortune 100, Fortune 500, and Fortune 1000 companies, How Teams Triumph adds clarity to project planning and execution with an adaptable project framework that demands accountability from team members. Frequent conversation keeps all stakeholders updated on progress, reveals pain points, and ultimately shifts the worry curve that so often pushes projects into panic mode. 36

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