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by Jay Noetic
Look inward and ask yourself, “where is my serenity”. Find it within the pages of the book you’re holding. I can’t promise you many things in life but I can promise you that you will have a better idea about finding YOUR peace after reading The Unbelievable Truth: A Guide to finding Peace.
After all, isn’t that what we are all here to do, to find peace? Isn’t that what you want to do, to find YOUR freedom from anxiety? The book you’re holding wil... more
by Michael Unks
Ask yourself the following question honestly: Am I getting the best from life? My guess is that the answer is no. If the answer is yes, I believe it's possible life can still become better than you ever imagined. Are you suffering from atelophobia (the fear of not being good enough)? I know I did in the past. I believe if we aren’t living out our dreams, we are all suffering from this to some extent.
Throughout this book, I’ll frequently share where I was in the past. I ... more
by Tim Campbell
Satirical parody, a 1950s-style "educational brochure" primer for new strippers.
by Ellen Frazer-JamesonSeven Steps to Fabulous - Upgrade your Life - NOW by Ellen Frazer-Jameson Follow the Seven Steps and see how you can turn your life from *Glum to Glam * Give yourself an image overhaul and *start living the Fabulous life you imagine in your dreams. Attract abundance, love and opportunities into your life. This revealing and inspirational guide can change your life. Start the Steps today and make yourself Red Carpet Ready. EVERYONE DESERVES FABULOUS!!!!!!
by Alice PinionThe Essential Sporting Mind Toolkit will help you develop the sports performance mind skills for mental toughness, to optimise performance and fulfil your true potential. Even the most talented, fit and dedicated athletes fall short on training their minds. Alice Pinion explains the most common areas all sports people struggle with and simply shows how to fix your thinking to reap the physical rewards. This book is the result of a decade of tuning the minds of 1000’s of real people one by one wh... more
by Stephen BarnwellIn this book, you will learn the art of Dream Seeding, where you ask your dreams questions and receive answers in return. But it delves deeper than that. Oneirognosis explores concepts of where dreams come from, and what the mechanics of dreaming are. How do dreams work? How are these experiences created? This book is a poetic and lyrical exploration of the mystery of dreaming, and its essentially spiritual nature. Oneirognosis is not your usual book about dreaming because the author is prim... more
by Stella ShenA must read for anyone who has ever faced difficulties in love and life. This guide offers you a way to get creative to get past your challenges and self-heal. Help yourself deal with devastating emotions caused by bad relationships, redundancy or loss. Express your anger, sadness, anxiety or fear through your own creativity. This guide presents the creative expression of haiku. Haiku is a beautiful form of Japanese poetry. Its simplicity and guiding structure make it easy to create. Eight s... more
by Sameer RamAre you searching for the key to shape your life the way you want? Your search stops here! Revealed in this book are powerful techniques that will impact your life profoundly in many ways than what you can ever imagine; including your finances, career, relationships, recreation, charity, spirituality et. al. Are your ready for ‘The Awakening’? All you need is just 45 minutes daily to use this powerful tool. • Achieve Financial Freedom • March ahead in your Career • Strengthen ex... more
by spirulina simsAre you Tired of Paying Outrageous Amounts of Your Paycheck at the Grocery Store? If you said yes, then this is the guide for you. With the price of groceries going through the roof, our family food budgets are stressed to the limit as we turn over more and more of our income each week. I know! I’ve been there. With student loans to pay back, the expenses of living in New York City and trying to make ends meet, I decided to do something about it! I learned everything I could about extreme ... more
LIVING THE GOOD LIFE AT A CHEAPER PRICE: GETTING GREAT DEALS FOR A DISCOUNTED PRICE( How to make more money) How to Build Wealthby spirulina simsWhy does the phrase “living within a budget” have such a negative connotation? It shows restraint, determination, maturity, and responsibility, which should all build character and be positive. However, it may not be very much fun: forcing one to consume too much mac and cheese, decline cable access, and limit extracurricular activities. Well, Living the Good Life at a Cheaper Price blows the doors off all the preconceived notions, providing insights for better, more fulfilled living at a fr... more
by Brigitte KnowlesWhen Brigitte meets Johnny in West Palm Beach, she falls in love against her will, with a man notorious for using women for their money, their assets and their lifestyle. A gigolo that breaks hearts, destroys lives and leaves a trail of broken souls in his path, Johnny meets his match in Brigitte. The story reveals what all women should know about love and money and their dangerous mix.
by Corey Jay JohnsonCourageous is a story loosely based on the life of Avon “Flubber” Johnson Sr. In this story a young man from the streets of Baltimore is raised by a single mother and a family of proud hard working Carolina folk who have a lot of Faith and Pride. As he begins to stray away from the public school system at an early age, Flubber finds himself very much attracted to the street life of robbing, stealing, and drug dealing. He recruits a group of life long friends who take the journey with him as he ... more
by Daniel St. ClairThe Primal Contradiction is the memoir of Daniel St. Clair. As a young boy, he grew up believing that his observations were sound, that interpretations and classifications were important. He was overflowing with personal opinions, committed to upholding a system that he employed to evaluate everything that was experienced in life. However, at one point when he was a young adult, the hard-and-fast manner in which he had always perceived was suddenly and completely transformed by a power he had ne... more
by Rebecca Ross
Home is more than an address. It’s a place you belong, one that reflects who you are. This feeling of belonging comes from your being, as well as where you are.
Recognizing that relationship between you and your environment opens a door. When you understand the link between these two, you can step across a threshold and make your home a place that works well and feels right.
Being Home teaches you how to establish this link between you and the outs... more