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by au yong chee tuckIt is human for us to yearn for some degree of success in our lives. Sometimes we might wonder whether it was Fate or our human actions that affected our destiny. In our book, we tried to show that some people (such as Andrew Grove) can choose to remain an employee and still become "insanely" successful - without the need to strive and become an entreprenuer. Then we chose ten persons and arranged them into five pairs based on some similiarities among them. We examined their birth charts and l... more
by Jana MilbockerThe Garden Tourist is a travel guide for weekend gardeners, landscape designers and vacation travelers. It features 120 botanical gardens, historic estates and destination nurseries in the Northeast. The book is richly illustrated with 500 color photographs, regional maps and symbols that indicate garden amenities. Suggested itineraries and contact information are provided to make trip planning a breeze.
by Doug Carnine
Saint Badass is a story spanning six years worth of letters and growing friendships between four prisoners and author Doug Carnine. Each prisoner faces various crises in prison including disabling illness, a brain tumor, a prison gang attack, family betrayal, medical abuse and harsh punishments for mild offenses. Each prisoner in his own way achieves transcendence through his crisis using mindfulness, meditation and the blessings of kindness. Juxtapose the destructive for... more
by Dave Molter
If you’ve ever wondered who wrote the first Christmas newsletter or why compact fluorescent lightbulbs might be a Communist plot, Gimme 15 Inches is for you! Naked samurai swordsmen? Buzz Aldrin? Rugged revolutionaries who demand two kinds of sandwich spread and sliced cheese to make the fight more palatable? A school board president who deems Herb Alpert the devil’s disciple? They’re all here. Why not join them?
Inspired by Looney Tunes, Steve Allen, ... more
by Mario Kfoury
The place Bailey’s Gym, Los Angeles, California—6am—the fall of 1999… From a bourgeois neighborhood in Beirut to the schools of the streets of Europe and the United States, the story takes you on a journey of self-exploration and transformation that goes through weight rooms, boxing rings, libraries and the stock market. Relentless, unconventional and independent; these successive experiences yield immense benefits for personal development. Your life is not set in stone, it’s a gift f... more
by Mario Kfoury
The place Bailey's Gym, Los Angeles, California-6am-the fall of 1999...From a bourgeois neighborhood in Beirut to the schools of the streets of Europe and the United States, the story takes you on a journey of self-exploration and transformation that goes through weight rooms, boxing rings, libraries and the stock market. Relentless, unconventional and independent; these successive experiences yield immense benefits for personal development. Your life is not set in stone, it's a gift ... more
by T.A. Pierce
ChiWriting is a unique energy management approach to writing and the creative process based on the principles of endurance training. Endurance training is about using a structured approach to developing and harnessing the physical and mental energy necessary to complete a long-distance event, such as a marathon or triathlon. Writers and prospective writers alike can adapt these same strategies and techniques to develop and harness the creative energy necessary to complete a book or other long... more
by Matthew BaxterSuper Cheap Japan is the ultimate budget travel guide to Japan, full of the most useful, up-to-date information for a cheap holiday in Japan. With extensive tax-free shopping, crazily discounted train passes and an unbelievable exchange rate, there has never been a better time to visit. Unlike other guides, this book shows you exactly how, where and when you can save money. Go shopping for $4 clothes in Tokyo, enjoy inexpensive hikes in Nikko, or visit Kyoto’s beautiful shrines and gardens on th... more
by Dina Ripsman EylonThis work shows that the rabbinic belief-system regarding the afterlife and the human soul was the paramount influence on the development of the doctrine of reincarnation that was crystallized in the Sefer ha-Bahir (The Book of Clarity/Illumination), a 12th-century work.
by Faith Faith BBE, CTM, NEFor the first time ever, a book has revolutionized how we name things and simplified how to brand them, while offering the start-up entrepreneur encouragement, tools and resources. Discover an easy-to-replicate formula to create a persuasive name and influential brand. Uncover the secret weapon that can easily double your sales. Learn infomercial trade secrets to entice and compel buyers. Shorten your learning curve while gaining a competitive advantage over your competition. Be empowered wit... more
by Christy NicholasDo you find yourself drawn to the magic of Scotland? Would you like to see places beyond the typical tourist traps? Come, join me on a journey through the mists of legend, into the hidden places of mystery. Immerse yourself in the legends and myths, the history that has made this island precious in the hearts and minds of millions. Along with the tales and history, there is practical information on planning your trip, budgeting your costs, and finding the best places to while away the magical ho... more
by Christy NicholasDo you find yourself drawn to the magic of the Emerald Isle? Would you like to see places beyond the typical tourist traps? Come, join me on a journey through the mists of legend, into the hidden places of mystery. Immerse yourself in the legends and myths, the history that has made this island precious in the hearts and minds of millions. Along with the tales and history, there is practical information on planning your trip, budgeting your costs, and finding the best places to while away the ma... more
by Israel IdonijeThe DreamKidz share an engaging story supporting foundational concepts of numbers and counting while encouraging a love of reading.
by Donya Papoose Williams
Edgefield, South Carolina was the best kept secret in American History. Well that was until a woman by the name of Donya Williams became interested in her personal family history. In the new book, Comes to The Light: Learning About the Entangled Families of Edgefield, South Carolina Donya reveals how she learned an entire county just may be related to each other and realizes that her interest in politics didn't just come from her uncles.
Join Donya as she takes you on the journey of... more
by Margaret LudwigThere is no such thing as a perfect dog or a perfect human. There is perfect love that can transcend species. Come along as Margaret Ludwig shares her journey through life made better by her pack of five unique dogs.
by Shira WingetIt doesn’t matter what kind of a business you are in, a time will come when you will require the services of commercial law firms. If you are not a lawyer yourself and to navigate legal issues that you may encounter in your business, you need help from commercial law firm near you. Commercial law firms are handy assets for your business; they will protect you and your business when issues related to law arises.
Instead of just waiting until a situation arises to seek help from commerc... more