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by Matt DeCoursey
YOU REALLY CAN HAVE IT ALL
Life is complicated. Change is tough. But achieving balance and personal goals needn’t be the ever-elusive Holy Grail. Created for real people with real lives and responsibilities, Balance Me is here to show you in no-nonsense terms how to:
* Better understand the WHY of your current situation.
* Make small but highly effective changes in your habits, decision-making process, and daily planning.
* Not ... more
by Simi Fromen
Asecnding Voice is for anyone who has been through dark times or felt lost and wishes to be inspired and empowered. This collection of poetry and prose includes affirmations, mantras and Dear Self letters. The book speaks to the heart and soul of the human condition of love, loss, vulnerability and healing, all while going through the lotus, a symbol of life. There are fifty journal pages in the back of the book to encourage any feelings that come up to be expressed.
by Christopher ZoukisThe Definitive Guide to Surviving Incarceration in a Federal Prison This leading survival guide to the Federal Bureau of Prisons teaches soon-to-be and current federal inmates everything they need to know about federal incarceration. From greeting cellmates for the first time, to self-protection, to purchasing items from the institutional commissary, and staying connected to loved ones, this guide provides a researched and authoritative roadmap to successfully serving time in federal prison and... more
by Michael Alvear
Master The Greatest Challenge You Face As A Writer: Constant Rejection.
Learn how to transcend painful obstacles like rejected manuscripts, bad reviews, insulting advances and poor sales using the latest studies in building grit and resiliency.
Are you an unpublished author with your 48th rejection letter? Did your novel get a string of 1-star reviews? Did your book signing attract five people? Are you a best selling author who got half the expected ... more
by Gail Rubin
Kicking the Bucket List: 100 Downsizing and Organizing Things to Do Before You Die is your guide to a clean house and a clear mind. Death educator Gail Rubin brings a light touch to cleaning out those dark recesses of your drawers and closets. In these pages, you’ll learn how to:
• Tackle downsizing without being overwhelmed by the job
• Evaluate what to keep, toss, donate and recycle
• Creatively remove excess goods from your home
• Manage your finances for t... more
Love-Based Money and Mindset: Make the Money You Desire Without Selling Your Soul (Love-Based Business Book 4)by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek)
Are you ready to step into a life of peaceful prosperity?
For many of us, money is a source of angst. Maybe there's never enough and it's a constant source of stress. Maybe no matter how hard you work, you're never able to get ahead. Or maybe you're in so much debt, all you feel is shame and despair.
If any of this sounds familiar, then you're in for a treat. Love-Based Money and Mindset is designed to help you heal your relationship with money so you not only ... more
by Wayne JamesManly Manners: Lifestyle & Modern Etiquette for the Young Man of the 21st Century is the first volume of a three-volume treatise on modern men’s manners by fashion designer, lawyer, former senator Wayne James. Elegant, sophisticated, and immensely informative—yet edgy, sexy, witty, and even irreverent at times—the trilogy is poised to become the definitive lifestyle guide for the modern man. Is there a difference in the way one holds a glass of red wine versus a glass of white? How should a youn... more
by Edmund CapparucciAs a counselor, I see far too many Christians who live with needless shame that negatively impacts their relationship with God. They believe He can't possibility love or accept them because of their sinful nature. Readers of my book discover how to remove the shame label from their lives by overcoming harmful behaviors such as: irrational thinking; the inability to emotionally connect; self-loathing; excessive worry; a hardened heart; and being stuck. Utilizing real case studies, I provide ... more
by Cathy Burnham Martin“Bimbo” bursts with facts, fiction, and fun. Not a run-of-the-mill relationship book, Cathy Burnham Martin delves into the sassy sides of our human nature to reveal why some relationships remain unfulfilling while others blossom and become ultimately satisfying. While she bashes dastardly double standards, her recipes for success flow tastefully, packed with hard truths, while seasoned with plenty of humor. A long-time journalist and corporate communications geek, Martin skillfully unrave... more
by Tom Rubens
Have you ever asked your yourself, “How did I get here?” The commitment to entrepreneurship can take over your life, and through a series of compromises and “temporary” decisions, erode the principles and values you care about until one day, you wake up and your life is far from the one you imagined when you started out on this path. The freedom you sought when you decided to start a business or follow your creative passion may have turned out to be a prison. Non-balan... more
by Barbara K. McNally
Imagine sending your spouse to war with a heavy heart, then receiving a life-shattering phone call telling you he's been badly injured. Your beloved returns to your arms, but changed, broken, angry, conflicted, and in need of around-the-clock care. What do you do?
Meet the women who drew upon their inner resilience and prevailed. Their vivid personal accounts provide inspiration to those who face daunting challenges, and offer a path forward. Each one of these brave, strong military spo... more
by Donald NovakYou’ll delight in this spiritual treasury, filled with the enlightened knowledge given to various men and women of faith by the Holy Spirit throughout the ages. Simple and straightforward, this divine collation of reason, discernment, and judgment will set you on the right path and profoundly affect your life. Wisdom of the Holy Spirit is easy to read and easy to comprehend—a book that will energize your spirit and fill your days with joy. Once you discover the nuggets of wisdom contained within... more
by Jane Mersky LederWhen you think of siblings, I bet the first words to come to mind are "sibling rivalry." You're not alone. But here's the truth: while sibling rivalry may be part of your childhood, the majority of siblings change their tune by the time they hit adolescence or early adulthood. The sibling connection is like a lake or stream: it is constantly in flux. The Sibling Connection: How Siblings Shape Our Lives is a conversational, interactive book for adults filled with sibling stories, myths and fa... more
by Marie ClapsaddleThis short, easy-to-understand book helps seniors work through mental and emotional barriers to embracing a tech-rich life, and presents basic information about useful tech devices that match their needs and interests.
by Mirfarhad MoghimiDouble Thought is a collection of art-the art of words in short stories,the art of thought,and the art of the mind. The moods and words are of honesty,trust,and deep self-confidence. Subjects include law,adventure,history,philosophy,psychology,spirituality,religion,family,and romance. Take a trip and join the author on a journey of our galaxy and our thoughts. Double Thought is a world of a world of Double Thought . ( ISBN : 978-1-4809-6539-3 ) & ( eISBN : 978-1-4809-6493-8 ) .(http://www.rosedo... more
by Holly Drennan Deyo
Welcome to Prophetic Perils: End Time Events Revealed. This is the finished project that demanded 12 to 14 hours daily, 7 days a week to research and write for the past year and a half. It was as much a "requirement" to undertake as bestseller Dare To Prepare.
Nearly everyone senses something is wrong; something isn't normal. They feel it. They sense it. People paying attention see things are really off-kilter. Compared to just two decades ago, life is on a tilt. People in... more