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Self-Help & Relationships
by Deborah JohnsonYou may be facing bankruptcy, a broken marriage, a dead-end career, unemployment, or a health crisis. You may feel none of the breaks are going your way and that the circumstances of life are all against you. Feeling stuck can leave you feeling alone, isolated, abandoned, and ultimately confused about the decision of your next life move. The good news is that you can take action to free yourself and start moving down a new path. Building on inspiring interviews, illustrations, and stories, au... more
by Tom Sightings
What’s the most significant demographic event that happened today? Some 10,000 baby boomers retired ... with millions more to come! You Only Retire Once is a resource for retirees and those thinking about retirement. Tom Sightings produces Sightings Over Sixty, a popular blog that covers “health, finance, retirement, grown-up children and . . . how time flies.” He has now collected the best and brightest of the posts and put them together with his most-relevant columns from ... more
by Britt AndreattaThe keys to growth by a recognized leader in learning, leadership and management We are biologically wired to learn. It’s the key to our survival and the path to fulfilling our capacity to become or create something more. Wired to Grow reveals how the neuroscience of learning can unlock the fullest expression of our potential, and shows us how to apply our natural wiring to positively transform our lives, habits, and organizations. Apply this material to your own life immediately or help... more
by Andy Harmon
Based on a presentation to the Alaska Writers Conference, Andy Harmon draws on over 40 years of experience as a theatre director and playwright and 25 years as a leadership coach, to engage hreaders in a dialogue about the real life drama of creativity: the archetypal crises and conflicts all of us face when we set out to make a difference in the world - and the inner resources we need to draw on to succeed.
by Nabelah Alneghaimshi
Many hopes were destroyed in the beginning. Many initiatives came to an end before they even started. We did not give due respect to many great people. We gave more than they deserve to many trivial people. We have experienced many losses at times of colossal change because of ignorance and fear. Whoever wishes to transform from underdevelopment and consumption to development and productivity must make efforts proportional to these changes and must not exempt himself or herself from responsib... more
by stephen malak
For Independent Inventors
and Corporate Design Engineers
This book differentiates Quantum Inventing, a totally new way of inventing, from traditional inventing. Quantum Inventing shows independent inventors and corporate design engineers how to supplement their income with a new inventing method. It:
- identifies relevant business conditions and opportunities,
- shows how to use publicly available information to inform inventing effor... more
by david j. halberstamThe Fundamentals of Sports Media and Sponsorship Sales: Developing New Accounts Sales are the backbone of support for both media rights and sponsorship. PricewaterhouseCooper is forecasting that these same two revenue sources will grow to $37 billion annually by 2018. In 2009, sponsorship and sports media rights produced just north of $20 billion. In today's general environment of restrained growth, sports revenue continues to outpace the expansion of many mainstream industries. Because of th... more
by Nabelah Al-Neghaimshi
Through life, we live several roles—as mother, father, traveler, job seeker, retiree, etc. Each role has a different scenario, which we play. While we play a role, we forget to enjoy it. We take it more seriously than it should be taken. It is difficult to live with someone who often criticizes and insults others. It is much harder if the critic is you, criticizing yourself. Who is more precious than a self constantly sticking with you in all conditions. Isn’t it yet the time for ... more
by Chester L. Hall Jr.In The M.A.P. you will be guided through a seven step process that allows you to begin creating the perfect vision for your life and finishing your journey by helping someone else begin theirs. It is an easy to read script which demands that you take MASSIVE ACTION to ultimately achieve the life you deserve. Full of how-tos, inspirational quotes, and stories to drive the points home, it will be a book you will come back to again and again when you feel you are "stuck in the mud of life."
by nicholas stewartA guide to offensive talk that includes examples of offensive talk, helpful perspectives to overcome the affects of offensive talk, counselling issues for offensive talk and fictional insights into offensive talk.
by Janice AlmondIn the monotony of our very, busy lives, we often forget the simple principle that our thoughts determine our destiny. And it’s not until we hit a rough patch, that we decide we need to retool our life’s compass. In her book, Janice takes you on a journey that causes you to unearth a heart of gratitude that will provoke you to change the way that you perceive and live your life. If you are looking for an abundant and more fulfilled life, this book is for you. In her thirteen steps, Janice giv... more
by Pat HansonThere are millions of Invisible Grandparents who because of personality conflicts, custody issues, distance, or consequences of choices made long ago, have no way to pass values and memories to those who mean the most to them. Born of one woman’s quest to become part of the lives of two grandchildren she has been kept from seeing, Invisible Grandparenting documents her journey to heal separation and provides a blueprint for ‘virtual grandparenting’ anyone can use.
by Kathleen Vestal LoganWomen's Wisdom: Pass It On! is a book for adult women who want to continue enhancing their lives. Families are smaller and research finds that we have fewer close friends than we used, so our traditional personal resources have shrunk. Women's Wisdom: Pass It On! can help fill that gap. One reader said, "It's like having a friend in a book." Women can turn to it for guidance and ideas on such topics as growing older; self-growth; emotions; building resilience; nurturing rewarding relationship... more
by Stan ReynoldsCreating a systematic approach to solving problems and achieving your goals has never been easier. You will experience a, “Why didn’t I think of that moment,” when you discover the LOGICDIE™, a mnemonic device in “HOW TO DO THE IMPOSSIBLE AND A WHOLE LOT MORE” by Stan Reynolds. True, you already know most self-help principles, but finally you will have a simple step-by-step process for putting it all together. The LOGICDIE™ is a critical thinking tool that ties time proven self-help principl... more
by Mary Sue Wallace“Who am I? What do I want?” These are questions we all ask ourselves while in the process of creating a happy, fulfilling, and meaningful life. These questions create the visions, dreams, and intentions that direct our lives and contribute to a better world for all of humanity. Then the question becomes, “How do I make my dreams come true?” “As above, so below.” The mind is the resource of infinite potential. Guiding the mind is the work of a master who would use this resource to his or her adv... more
Tune in: Use Music Intentionally to Curb Stress, Boost Morale, and Restore Health. a Music Therapy Approach to Life. Second Ediby Jennifer Buchanan, MTAAnyone who has blasted a beloved Motown classic at a party, pressed play on an energizing pop anthem mid-run, or nursed a broken heart to the strains of a sad ballad can attest to the deep transformative power of music. From helping patients recover from brain injuries to soothing crying newborns, the neurological effects of music therapy have been studied extensively, and time and time again, science has shown: it works. Tune In: Use Music Intentionally to Curb Stress, Boost Morale and Re... more