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  • 5 Golden Keys to Your Life Purpose

    by Marcelene Anderson
    “We are at our best when we know where we are going and why, and when we operate from a sense of our unique purpose.” —George Bernard Shaw You can’t do a Google search for your life purpose. That answer awaits discovery within you, not out there. To find it, you have to ask the right questions. In The 5 Golden Keys to Your Life Purpose, Marcelene Anderson shares the 5 most powerful questions for unlocking your life purpose. So effective are these questions at helping you discover yourself, ... more
  • Turning Problems Into Opportunity

    by Nelson Cheng
    We must solve societies' and life's problems, to enhance humanity's well-being. To raise the standard of living in society, we need to solve all the problems we face. If we ignore any of our or society's existential problems by sweeping under the rug, we will hinder either ours of progress or that of society. We must, therefore, understand the importance of the problem and necessity of solving." Nelson Cheng, PhD (H.C.), SRF.
  • Collaborative Confidence: How women leaders can activate self-awareness, amplify their authentic talents and accelerate workplac

    by Heather Backstrom
    Collaborative Confidence is a women’s leadership book built on 3 pillars: Activate, Amplify, Accelerate. Activate self-awareness, core values, inner-champion and strengths. Amplify your executive presence, achievements and the talents of other women. Accelerate workplace change through sponsorship programs, addressing burnout, offering equal pay and having a flexible work schedule. Combining stories, research and Dr. Backstrom’s experience as an executive coach, Collaborative Conf... more
  • Raven and the Hummingbird: A Healing Path to Recovery from Multiple Personality Disorder

    by Renate Caldwell
    A fateful chance encounter brings Joan face to face with the therapist she has waited for all her life. Hopeless and desolate, she asks, “Will you take me?” Joan is a married woman of substance and faith. At age 32, her mind broke open and her life fell apart. She is diagnosed with Multiple Personality Disorder. In treatment, Joan reveals she suffered unrelenting sexual abuse throughout her childhood. Her only defense was to flee into a dissociative state, during which her mind created 52 ... more
  • Finding Your EDGE: How to Unlock Your Talent & Purpose

    by Jeremy Haselwood
    Everybody has a purpose, yet so many struggle to understand theirs. Many times, it's hiding in plain sight. This book provides several keys to unlock the power of purpose that resides in each of us. You will be guided through the transformative EDGE framework where you will: Eliminate Distractions - learn how to sharpen your focus and stop doing the things that delay your impact Discover Yourself - gain emotional intelligence and hone in on your talents and passions Generate Goals - walk thro... more
  • Divorce Smart: How to Thrive and Come Out Whole

    Divorce Smart: How to Thrive and Come Out Whole gives the reader leverage to incentivize the other person to settle. This might be information, money, or anything that you know will cause the other side to want to resolve the case, and more importantly, in a way that you want it to settle. Divorce Smart will provide readers with a step-by-step guide to what is essential to help their case and save themselves time and money along the way. Trust me: “penny wise and pound foolish” can add up to te... more
  • 52 Weeks of Jefe Inspirational Quotes

    by Chet Pajardo
    52 Weeks of Jefe Inspirational Quotes is used to help individuals along their self-improvement journey. Readers are encouraged to reflect on the quotes and record how the quotes apply to his/her daily life.
  • Start with the Heart

    by Frankie Blackburn
    Start with the Heart is a practical guide to building genuine multicultural relationships and community networks to increase belonging, mutual support, and shared action, where you live and work. •\tAre you searching for new friends, ones who bring out the best in you? •\tAre you challenged by getting to know people who are different than you? •\tDo you need to do a better job connecting with people at work? •\tDoes your job require you to build diverse and trusting relationships in the c... more
  • Ditching the Doormat

    by Alexis CAarter
    Do you feel trapped in a toxic relationship or marriage? Do you have a history of dating codependents or narcissists? Are you ready to leave unhealthy, doormat relationships behind and create a new future? Recovering from a dysfunctional relationship or marriage can be a painful and challenging journey, but it’s not impossible. If you want to learn how to identify and overcome negative patterns, set new boundaries, rebuild self-esteem, and heal from the past, then you need to read this book.... more
  • Dads, Kiss Your Sons

    by Mark Craven

    Terrified to Become a Dad? So Was I.

    Fear is often our first response when we discover we are going to be fathers. We talk to just about everyone we know or search for quick answers to give us some sense of confidence to see our way through the unknown ahead. But what if you didn't have a dad? What if you didn't have role models to follow? What if the whole idea of being a dad is so completely foreign to you that quantum mechanics seems easier to master? That... more

  • Tales From The Sewer: Someone had to look with love our most miserable side

    by Louise Simpson Phillips
    They say, "Misery loves Company," hard to believe in that adage when today we're all too busy hiding our miseries. This book gives us back the freedom to look at our flaws through a magnifying glass. By presenting authentic, raw, and unabridged stories, you will be able to connect with the most imperfect version of yourself, but at the same time the most humanly one. You will be in a privileged position to peer into the brains of the protagonists and understand each of their unfortunate life dec... more
  • Retirement Wreckers

    by John Sastry
    If only there was a guide to help you successfully navigate your retirement ... Luckily you have found this book. Many of us assume we know all the answers when it comes to ending our careers and enjoying our workfree lives. But what if what you knew about retirement was incorrect? If there are hidden pitfalls that can wreck it? In Retirement Wreckers, John J. Sastry explores some of the common mistakes people make when planning and implementing their retirement. With real-life case studie... more
  • Bomb Your Bad Habits

    This book is a guide on how to leave a bad habits in our life.
  • The Book With No Answers: Unlocking the Power of Questions for a Better Life

    by robert maiolo
    While many self-help books and influencers try to give you the hacks, tips, and answers to all of your problems in life, I did the opposite. I wrote The Book With No Answers. I truly believe asking questions is a superpower we all have. It allows us to expand our consciousness, think about aspects of our life we’d otherwise never visit, and helps us find answers tailored to our life. However, we can't just ask any questions; we must ask the right questions. This book articulately explai... more
  • The Art of Feminine Seduction

    by Alana McKenzie Page

    Does dating feel like a bottomless pit of incompatible online matches, emotionally unavailable men, and bitter disappointments? Have you been rejected, discarded, used, and abused in love? That all ends today with The Art of Feminine Seduction - an energetic dating system that guarantees you experience heated attraction and deep emotional connection in courtship.

    In this juicy and illuminating book, you will find practical guidance and exercises to help you reclaim your innate femi... more

  • Maksymizing Life: Turn self doubt into self confidence!

    by valerie Maksym
    At the age of 44, I found myself facing the challenges of divorce for the second time and, for the first time in my life, I would be living on my own. This newfound solitude became an opportunity for transformation as I embarked on a journey of self-discovery. Over the course of seven years, I undertook the process of healing and understanding the person I had become. As a mother of four and a grandmother of two, I strived to overcome the emotional turmoil and emerge as a stronger individual, wi... more