I'm Just Saying: A Guide to Maintaining Civil Discourse in an Increasingly Divided World

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Health Communications
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5.43 X 8.43 X 0.79 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author
Milan Kordestani is an entrepreneur, writer, and founder of several companies oriented toward giving individuals control over their own discourse and creation. Kordestani has launched companies that prioritize transparent practice, civil discourse, and respect for creatives. They include: Nota (TheDoe.com), an anonymously published narrative publication launched in 2019 to promote civil discourse; Audo, the only personalized career-building destination that lets you learn skills and earn money at the same time; and Guin Records, an innovative record label that offers artist-friendly deals and helps purpose-driven lyricists to produce their visions while retaining control of their masters. Kordestani has written for numerous online publications, including Rolling Stone, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, ThriveGlobal, and other platforms. He regularly covers topics in entrepreneurship, self-help, startup culture, the environment, leadership, and media. As an emerging thought leader and communicator, Kordestani is on an expedited trajectory to become a prominent, globalized voice for a new generation. He currently lives in Los Angeles, where he enjoys disruptive tech, green innovation, and purpose-driven music.
Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Nonfiction E-Books
"A timely and much needed contribution to our national dialogue over the profound deterioration of civility in public and political discourse, "I'm Just Saying: A Guide to Maintaining Civil Discourse in an Increasingly Divided World" deserves as wide a readership as possible. "I'm Just Saying" is a critically essential and unreservedly recommended addition to personal, professional, community, college, and university library Anger Management, Communication/Social Skills Development, and Social Science collections and supplemental curriculum studies lists." --Able Greenspan's Bookshelf, Midwest Book Review