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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:
Context— Background information, research findings, theory, and contextual material that will give y... more
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
by Kat VellosWe 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
by Arthur ShimamuraThis 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!
by K. C. ArmstrongCelebrity Radio Host K.C. Armstrong again shares interviews with amazing people who overcome life's most intense challenges to use their new wisdom to help others. Second in the Simply Amazing series: “Similar to volumes in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series ... a major player in the self-help genre.” US Review of Books
by Dionne L FieldsWhen I was only 7 years old my two brothers and I was placed in foster care in Tyler Texas. And when I was 42 years old i became an orphan when both of my parents had died. Today, I want to open the first all sibling family foster & orphan home in Atlanta, Georgia.
by Andrew Tarvin
If you want to increase team productivity, relieve stress, and be happier at work, you could hire a bunch of workplace consultants, invest in scream therapy, and put Pharrell Williams on repeat—or you could just read Humor That Works.
Written by Andrew Tarvin, the world’s first Humor Engineer, this a business book on humor. No, that’s not an oxymoron. It really is a business book and it really is about getting better results by having more fun. Because people who use h... more
by Jack RunionDeath . . . no one likes to talk about it, but at some point, we all have to deal with the loss of a family member or friend. As adults, we know death is inevitable, yet when it happens we still have so many questions. Now imagine the confusion and questions that bombard a child's mind in the same situation. After 'While, Crocodile takes us on the journey of a little boy named Sammy as he and his family are faced with the impending death of his great-grandfather. Then they deal with his death, a... more
by Jack RunionDeath is always a hard subject to grasp, especially when it’s the life of a loved one. You may be overwhelmed with feelings of grief, depression, even anger. But how do you react when the person you loved took their own life? Jack Runion had to face this question when his father chose to finally end the pain and suffering that had plagued him for nearly forty years. After his father’s death, Jack began keeping a journal to help work through his emotions during that painful time . . . his... more
by Kate McGuinness
Confidence Lost / Confidence Found: How to Reclaim the Unstoppable You serves up 27 bite-sized chapters full of relatable stories and simple exercises that offer a road map for building and maintaining authentic confidence.
The book guides readers through easy to understand exercises to increase eight attitudes to enlarge their confidence. These attitudes include assertiveness, self-compassion, and authenticity. The author also provides tools to minimize five self-sabotaging behaviors t... more
by Jessi Beyer
The National Council for Behavioral Health estimates that seven out of every ten people you know will experience a trauma during their lifetimes – perhaps even you. When that happens, though, what do you do? For speaker and mental health advocate Jessi Beyer, it meant doing nothing and avoiding therapy like the plague.
What she did not know, though, is that there were alternatives to talk therapy. You could spend time with horses, go on a walk through the woods, or dance your way throug... more
by Marlene Veltre
The way to vibrant health with ease. Medical experts agree that chronic illness and disease — heart disease, stroke, cancer, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and obesity — are preventable, and your lifestyle is key. The Simple Seven refers to seven Body Basics that seamlessly blend into your day and don’t require a big investment in time, money, or effort. The Simple Seven explains the why and how of vibrant health. The human body is intelligently designed to k... more
by Kevin William Grant
Kevin William Grant examines the cognitive processes that produce metaphors in psychotherapy. The “I-Ching Task” is the measure of metaphor production applied in this research inquiry.
Two cognitive processes are hypothesized to be necessary for the production of a metaphor.
The first hypothesized cognitive process is sensory-imaginal processing, where attention is concentrated into one’s internal experiencing and sensory awareness to form sensory impressions or ... more
by Babu Moses
by Thomas CalabrisIf you wish to harness the power of your consciousness to manifest your deepest desires and wildest dreams, then this book is for you. Through examples from humanity’s greatest spiritual teachers, as well as cutting-edge scientific studies, the reader will come away with a profound and deep understanding of this universal law of life, which has the power to transform the individual radically from being a victim of external circumstances to the conscious creator of their destiny. If you ... more
by Sophie Venable, MA