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  • How a Nursing Home Works

    by Peter D. Busacca
    The author of How a Nursing Home Works takes the reader through each department of a nursing home to show them the complexities of what goes on there to deliver quality care to the patient/resident. Healthcare is the fastest-growing sector of the economy, so a young person thinking of a career in healthcare could see what they are going to get themselves into. A family member who has a loved one in a nursing home can learn more about the process. Someone who works in a nursing home can see what ... more
  • Who Am I? This Is Who I Am

    by Julie Marshall
    When did you stop being you? When did you last feel content with yourself? In this manic, busy, and fast-paced world, we often get caught up and forget ourselves. In Who Am I? This is Who I Am, author Julie Marshall helps you get back on track, find out who you are, discover your values, decipher where you need to be, and determine what you want to do.
  • Things I Wanted My Grandsons to Know Before I Leave

    by Ken Stobbe
    This book is a heartwarming glimpse into the life of a grandfather in the hope that his grandsons will learn from to help them live a successful and God-centered life.
  • The Masculine in Relationship: A Blueprint for Inspiring the Trust, Lust, and Devotion of a Strong Woman

    by GS Youngblood
    This book is for any man that wants to improve his relationship. In this book is a model of Masculine groundedness that you can manifest in your relationship with a strong and capable woman. Such a woman doesn’t settle for mediocre. She needs you to consistently follow through on your word, have purpose in life, remain grounded in the face of her intense emotion, make her feel safe, and provide leadership in the relationship. When that doesn’t happen, she may start to drift. Things be... more
  • Love, Laughter, and Morphine: A Compassionate Guide for Caregivers of the Terminally Ill

    by Torie Cooper
    Caring for a loved one with terminal illness often involves navigating a challenging path through uncharted territory. This journey of the heart can be overwhelming especially for those who are new to caregiving. Over time, stress, sleep-deprivation, and anticipatory grief take an emotional and physical toll. Our ability to cope, be kind to ourselves, and provide the best level of care for our loved one may be reduced unless we seek assistance, know what to expect, prioritize, and organize. Peer... more
  • Read Without Glasses at Any Age: The Natural Method to Near Vision Clarity

    by Esther van der Werf
    Imagine easily reading menus by candlelight and impressing your friends by doing so with your own healthy eyes, free from crutches. Or imagine no longer peering over glasses to see people across the room. Won’t that be nice?! If these thoughts appeal to you, this book is for you! Whether your age is 46-ish or 86+, and even if you are only six and just learning to read, this book can be a valuable tool for helping you get past your reading challenges. The methods outlined in this book are si... more
  • Optimal Eyesight: How to Restore and Retain Great Vision

    by Esther van der Werf

    Optimal Eyesight offers a simple method that eliminates eyestrain and positively affects your overall well-being, as well as your sight.  Read this book if you’re fed up with glasses, tired of contact lenses, feel your eyes are “weak,” are “practically blind” without lenses, or if laser surgery scares you or cannot do anything for you.  In short, you want a better solution. 

    This book helps you discover and remove the root cause of b... more

  • A Bunny Rabbit is Moving In!

    by J. Mummey

    Bunny rabbits are one of the cutest animals on the planet. In addition to being adorable, happy rabbits often perform a highly entertaining feat of spontaneously twisting and leaping into the air (aka binkies). These qualities alone entice buyers from all over the world to purchase rabbits as pets.

    If you fell under the fluffy spell of the bunny rabbit and have no idea how to raise it, this book will help you. This book gives readers a good idea of what is needed and what to expect... more

  • GET THAT JOB! ACE Your JOB Interview - Every Time!: First Job Interviewing Tips! Job Interview Weaknesses! Key Job Interview Q

    by Christine Reidhead
    Inasmuch as there is a no one-size-fits all method to get that job, because jobs and interviewers differ. There is a regular pattern to job interview questions and job interview weaknesses. All of the suggestions will work for you if you follow the tips of job interviewing in this book. Here’s a Preview of What You’ll Learn… •Types of job interviews •Face-to-face interview •Telephone interview •Video interview •Three stages of the interview process •Before the interview •During the int... more
  • Millennials Guide to Work

    by Jennifer Wisdom
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  • Life Coach Handbook

    by Kevin William Grant

    This textbook covers the fundamentals of setting up a coaching business. I share tools and techniques that will assist you in launching and running your thriving coaching practice. I approach this topic from coaching, psychology, counseling, marketing, and corporate management perspectives. The following foundational coaching resources are covered in this handbook:

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  • Learning How to Heal a Broken Heart: Transforming Breakdowns into Breakthroughs

    by Marvin Scholz

    I have yet to meet someone who has not been heartbroken at least once in their life. It happens to us all, more often than not, it’ll happen more than once. We get heartbroken, we get disappointed, we get rejected. It’s part of life. We live in a world with flawed humans who fail us and make mistakes. Many of our dreams are wrapped up in these humans, and because of that, brokenness is just a part of living on this earth.

    It’s a price of admission to this life and something which we all... more

  • We Should Get Together: The Secret to Cultivating Better Friendships

    by Kat Vellos
    We Should Get Together is the handbook for anyone who’s ready for better friendships, now. • Have you recently moved to a new city and are struggling to make friends? • Do you find yourself constantly making plans with friends that fall through? • Are you more likely to see your friends’ social media posts than their faces? You aren’t alone! There are millions of adults just like you who are facing feelings of loneliness and disconnection brought on by the digital age. Author Kat Vellos, ... more
  • Get SMART!: Five Steps Toward a Healthy Brain

    by Arthur Shimamura
    This book offers a simple and practical guide toward a healthy brain and lifelong learning. Filled with fun tips and up-to-date information from the health sciences, you'll learn to make the most of your brain's potential. So get going and get SMART!