MAKERS, the editor of Wired magazine Chris Anderson shows why we must return to manufacturing, and how the future the new industrial revolution will be individual micro-manufacturers of small batch, customized products. Rather than huge plants with massive assembly lines, the market is shifting toward crowd-funded garage startups and small businesses that use new strategies to find customers and generate sales. In the future, more people than ever will run their own assembly line, and may not need to appear on Shark Tank to survive. Read by Rene Ruiz, the audiobook reveals how digital fabrication can utilize online factory services to generate smaller runs of product without the need of a big box store. If you have an idea you'd like to bring to market, this book is a good place to start. Also, in TO SELL IS HUMAN author Daniel H. Pink (who also reads) discusses the art and science of selling, making more effective pitches than those done in elevators, and how to make your message clearer and more persuasive by understanding the perspective of the customer.