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  • Be a Hater: A Polemic on the Hater Mindset

    by Wes Parham MBA Ph.D.
    What do Taylor Swift, Cognitive Psychology, Gucci Mane, Dissent, and The Most Dangerous Person Alive have in common? The answer is the “Hater Mindset”. In “Be A Hater” Dr. Parham examines the emergence of the “Hater Mindset” in contemporary culture. This book delves into a subtle and subconscious cultural shift in the concept of a “hater”. The shift from viewing a “hater” as someone trying to hold you back or stop you from succeeding, to viewing a “hater” as anyone who disagrees or dissents from... more
  • Holding Together the Falling Apart: Age: The Final Frontier

    by Richard Angres
    A short, humorous book of advice about aging. If you're 70 or over, this book is for you. If you're in your sixties, forewarned is forearmed.
  • Dear Beautiful! A Self-Empowerment Book for Black Women

    by Gail L. Thompson, Ph.D.
    From childhood onward, Black women are assaulted with negative messages about their appearance, personalities, behavior, and self-worth. Dear Beautiful! provides empowering journaling exercises, Art Therapy, Daily Affirmations, life lessons, stories, and strategies to enable them to develop a "Roadmap to Success,"so that they can live their best lives.
  • The Business of Being: Soul Purpose In and Out of the Workplace

    by Laurie Buchanan, PhD
    This book isn’t just about being in business; it’s about the business of being. Successful business owners implement strategies that improve their prospects for success. Similarly, as human beings, it serves us well to implement guiding principles that inspire us to live our purpose and reach our goals. The rich ganache filling that flows through the center of this book is the story of La Mandarine Bleue, a delicious depiction of how nine individuals used twelve steps of a business plan to fi... more
  • Love and Laughter: Sexy (Meaningful) Fun for Everyone

    by Beth Liebling
    This is a book about sex—but it's also about joy, intimacy, romance, and how a healthier, more playful attitude about sex can revitalize your relationships and enrich your entire life. This book will answer your questions about love and companionship, but also about blowjobs, butt plugs, and how to make your marriage last another fifty years. Whether you've just started a relationship or you've been together for decades, whether you haven't had sex in months or you just had sex this morning,... more
  • The Ancient Path to Creativity and Innovation

    by Candace L. Long
    The need to innovate has never been greater. Sadly, though, the USA loses over $360 billion every year in failed innovations. The solution is found in an ancient path that shows all ideas are not equal. It shows the difference between a good idea and an inspired one. The Ancient Path to Creativity and Innovation is an inside look into the business experiences of a 40-year creative who, like other creatives, "hears" inspired ideas. It covers: How to unlock creativity in yourself and in your... more
  • First Look Through the Window: A Journey of Self-Discovery

    by Roxanne Collins
    Do you want to discover and understand yourself? This book speaks about a journey towards one’s self, a journey of discovering the authenticity and uniqueness inside each of us. We will go through each stage together and unveil what it means to become aware of the cycle of suffering that most of us go through, how can we make a change and find our inner voice, improve productivity and live a more joyful and satisfying life.
  • In or Out: A Practical Guide to Decision Making

    by Ahmed Shoukry
    Are you in or are you out? In or out of a relationship? In or out of a job? In or out of an outing? Why are decisions so hard to make—both big life decisions and small daily decisions? If you struggle to make decisions and are looking for a practical guide to decision making, this is the book for you! In “In or Out,” you’ll: · See how to easily make decisions that affect your daily life and your work. · Understand the philosophy and motives behind your decisions. · ... more
  • A Better Ten Commandments: A guide to living life with, and on purpose

    by James Miller
    A Better Ten Commandments is like a field guide to living a purposeful life. There are libraries full of books on philosophy and religion, but what most of us really want (or have time for) is just a little reminder now and then of how to actually be the best person we can be. This book will help you get there. 100 pages of humanities most precious wisdom but in simple terms with practical methods of application. This book could change your life.
  • Can You See Me

    by Belinda Adams
    Can You See Me? is a book for educators, administrators, and anyone else who wants to understand why students of poverty are struggling in today's white, middleclass educational model. Belinda Adams does a great job of explaining cultural differences and how educators can use this knowledge to change the classroom into a place where all students feel seen and understood. Years of success working with students of poverty has given Belinda a clear picture of what works and what doesn't. Read this ... more
  • Never Got The Memo...

    by Gail Kueker

    Never Got The part experiential, and part memoir that allows the reader to journal their own thoughts as they read along on this very important personal journey...the discovery of the REAL evolution of LOVE! See how this free spirit designed, painted, and wrote her way through this very crazy and subjective thing called life! This is the only LOVE story that you need to understand.

  • Seize Love - The Psychology of Relationships in Practice

    by Birte Strandby
    Today many couples experience rough times when the relationship does not develop the way they wish for. Most of us wish to maintain a loving, warm and inspiring connection with our partner, but attempting to do so often proves to be very challenging. Seize Love – The Psychology of Relationships in Practice provides its readers with new perspectives on love. It inspires you to recover faith in positive changes and points out new directions we may take when the old ones fall short. Gitte Sa... more
  • Victim of Circumstance

    by Douglas Rappaport
    A collection of autobiographical vignettes, Victim of Circumstance is a meditation on love and loss, examining our perceptions of ourselves and how they shape the most important decisions of our lives. With humor and heart, Rappaport bounds across years and continents, searching for sense in life’s heartbreaks, philosophical quandaries, chance encounters, and the occasional life-or-death misadventure.
  • Not Your Average Cup of Joe: Rough or fine grind, it's your life, so make the change, one cup of joe at a time.

    by Joseph Braithwaite
    Worried you're an average Joe? You're not. Every single person has a unique and admirable quality or many! Parlaying these qualities – whether you excel in finance, construction, strategy development or simply at making great coffee – can, and when you leverage them, will lead you to succeed beyond your highest hopes. In Not Your Average Cup of Joe, Joseph Braithwaite inspires with his own life story of rising from hardship, overcoming adversity and becoming a successful leader, how he decided ... more
  • The Thirty Year Diet: The Journey of Me, Fat Girl and My FOPA

    by Robin Nutter
    When Robin was called fat at a young age, the shame and embarrassment sent her into a world of self deprecation. Leading to the creation of Fat Girl, a verbally and mentally abusive imaginary diet guru. Though you and I can’t see Fat Girl, she has become a real and everyday part of Robin’s life and takes her on a thirty-year roller coaster of diets using everything from pills to prayers to rid her of the fat that has been created in her mind along with Fat Girl!!
  • MARITAL ADVICE TO MY GRANDSON, JOEL: How to be a husband your wife won't throw out of the window in the middle of the night.

    by Peter Davidson
    When my grandson, Joel, got engaged, I decided to jot down a few words of marital advice for him, based on my vast experience as a husband. Then I thought, why share this wisdom with only one person when I can share it with the whole world. So, I started a blog, listing new marital advice every week. As the popularity of the blog grew, people suggested that the material should be turned into a book and, well, here it is! Sure, much of the advice is off-the-wall and wacky, but it's also an ... more