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  • What are the Standards of the Best Waterproofing Services?

    by Arron Alton

    People mostly need waterproofing services for commonly basement flooding then it may be worthy of having waterproofing services. So people should install a waterproofing system for their home considered to be as is a vast financial commitment by selecting the right company. Several waterproofing companies providing Waterproofing Inside Outside Nor... more

  • The People's Team

    by Mark Beech
    The People's Team is a definitive, lavishly illustrated history of the Green Bay Packers, commemorating the team's 100-year anniversary. Not only are the Packers the only fan-owned team in any of North America’s major pro sports leagues, but Green Bay — population 104,057 — is also the smallest city with a big-time franchise. The Packers are, in other words, unlikely candidates to be pro football's preeminent team. And yet nobody in the NFL has won more championships. The story of Titletown, ... more
  • For the Thinking Sapiens: Short Takes on Life

    by Peter Lawrence
    For The Thinking Sapiens, presents musings about people, faith, success, love, hope, wisdom, fortitude, truth, money and work. It will certainly make you re-think about what matters in life and offer a model for daily living. The short essays have been deliberately choreographed such that there is a subtle link between the essays in the various chapters, including selected transcripts from movies. By the end of the book, an astute reader will have enjoyed tying the pieces together. Expect a dash... more
  • Scribes of the Tribe, The Greatest Thinkers on Religion and Ethics

    by David Rich
    Never before in the history of humankind has there been a greater need for the essential wisdom of ethics. Our political and religious leaders have failed us, and the world is spinning out of control, with despotism on the rise in Europe and North America, continuous wars in the Middle East and Africa, and periodic nuclear standoffs between Pakistan and India. We have too many people, fighting over fewer and fewer resources. Self-interest and greed have hobbled our ability to deal with chronic w... more
  • The Niche Marketing and Book Guide

    by Jennifer Lancaster
    The Niche Marketing and Book Guide outlines all the golden rules for targeting your book, and any business offering, to a particular audience. It is written with those professionals who write content and books in mind. It takes you through the first steps to creating your book, including copyright, libel, and types of editing. As digital marketing is all part of publishing a niche book, discover the platform your author website should be on and read tips on getting book publicity and kee... more
  • Grocery Store Garden: How to Grow a Beautiful, Tasty Indoor Garden from Grocery Scraps

    by Michelle Marsh
    GROCERY STORE GARDEN gives complete, easy-to-follow directions on how to create beautiful and tasty indoor kitchen gardens from free, readily available materials and ordinary kitchen scraps. A GROCERY STORE GARDEN is an easy, fun project that costs very little but saves the reader/gardener both time and money and can contribute to better health and nutrition. Fully Illustrated step-by-step directions make growing a GROCERY STORE GARDEN an ideal family activity. Children can complete most pr... more
  • Soul Matters: Modern Science Confirming Ancient Wisdom: Healing at the Interface of Spirit and Matter

    by Jeanne-Rachel Salomon, PhD
    Soul Matters presents Dr. Jeanne-Rachel Salomon’s research into the millennia-old shamanic healing modality of Soul Retrieval. During actual shamanic healing sessions, Dr. Salomon utilized QEEG Brain Mapping and DFM blood work to monitor the body-mind system of both the client and herself. The scientific results of her work allow her to conclude that the fundamentals of the shamanic healing method are aligned with quantum principals and that the phenomenon of soul leaving and soul returning happ... more
  • Invasion Revealed: Healing Alcoholism, Mental Illness & Drug Addiction

    by Nancy Lynne Harris
    Invasion Revealed explains the negative elements that invade our mental realm from a spiritual perspective. Harris calls addicts “dysfunctional people” but eschews the term “abnormal.” She sees them rather as demon-possessed and urges them to take immediate steps to love themselves and drive out their own demons, which she says are actual translucent spirits that can control one’s innermost thoughts. Alcoholism, drug addiction, mental illness, Alzheimer’s and similar illnesses are caused by the ... more
  • The Babel Texts

    by Dr Derek Cunningham & Robert Cunningham
    It is not often one person changes the world, but that’s what one Stone Age astronomer did, when he drew a group of lines at specific angles. Then he gave each a name, so they could speak to those who knew their hidden code. This is the story of the Babel Text, the original world language; a language that was used in every corner of the world, for over 100,000 years; a language that was so simple that archaeologists thought they are looking at a bunch of random doodles. ... more
  • Acting is Acting: Your step by step Acting Guidebook

    by lovena kureemun
    Acting is Acting is a step by step guidebook designed to guide you in working on any new script.The book focussed on seven steps that any actor goes through while working on a new script -1) Freeing the obstacle of an actor - To understand how to eliminate all your obstacles as an actor, thus to allow you to be free, to know the essence of your true self and express that truthfully. 2) Reading the script - To guide you on how to read a script.3) Scene analysis - To identify imaginary circumstanc... more
  • The Determination to Succeed

    by Arvind Phukan
  • 978-1999842208

    by Jonathan Gems & Vinod Mahindru
    Until 1970, Britain had the second biggest film industry in the world. Studios like the Rank Organisation, Associated British Picture Corporation, British Lion and Anglo-Amalgamated made and released more than fifty films per year. British Cinema was thriving and selling its unique product globally. There were countless opportunities for film makers. Tens of thousands worked in British Films. Today we have not one single British movie studio and 98% of the films in our cinemas are made by foreig... more
  • HOW AFRICA WILL SAVE THE WORLD

    by Johannes Stockmeier
    Believing in the need for a new reformation, Stockmeier once asked his Lutheran pastor where one is supposed to commence. "Not from here' he replied, 'the new Reformation will come from the Third World where people are really hungry for God." Since then he had set his eyes towards the southern hemisphere of the planet. His discovery in 2002 of a congregation which appears to him as if he had been set back into the times of the apostles proved divine.
  • Wired To Grow: Harness the Power of Brain Science to Master Any Skill

    by Britt Andreatta
    We are biologically wired to learn: whether we’re simply trying to survive or reaching to fulfill our potential. Wired to Grow contains the keys to leveraging our natural neurological wiring to help unlock the fullest expression of who we are—to become or develop into something more. This fully revised and expanded second edition, now packed with more than double the original information, draws from the most recent neuroscience research and includes two new sections on creating a growth culture ... more
  • Achieving Lifetime Employment

    by Dileep Srinivasan
    Achieving Lifetime Employability is perhaps the most comprehensive and detailed book in the marketplace today, on how to achieve sustained career growth in this new millennium. This book details what it takes to survive, thrive and remain visible and employable in the 21st-century workplace. If you are looking to; - Continually be employable - Achieve accelerated growth in your workplace - Cultivate your leadership skills then Achieving Lifetime Employability is for you.
  • Boomer Brand Winners & Losers

    by Barry Silverstein
    This non-fiction book features fascinating stories of 156 best and worst brands of the 50s and 60s. Readers can relive the days of Cap’n Crunch and Cocoa Puffs, E-Z Pop and Pop-Tarts, cap guns and comic books. They can recall the time when automobiles ruled the road and a transistor radio was “advanced technology.” They will learn how television played a key role in brand advertising. They will discover which brands blossomed and which were a bust.

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