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by Michelle BrownWhat do successful people know that the average joe doesn't? In this book, you'll find out how some of the world's most successful folks leverage their morning routine to rise to the top. Make Your Day reveals 5 essential morning habits that are both easy and doable to create not just a morning you will love, but a life you will love as well!
by Mark SirkinRegain Your Balance: At Work, with Family, in Life— Identifying Your Goals and Ordering Your Priorities answers the challenge of finding, preserving, and enhancing a healthy and sustainable balance between one's work and one's personal life with the field-tested insights of a consulting psychologist and executive coach. Mark Sirkin, PhD, distilling the results of three decades of interactions with people in diverse circumstances and stages in their careers, presents them in this guide. Regain Y... more
by Mr. John CardanoPersonal involvement with our health is important. Health professionals offer significant services, yet how we are with ourself has a powerful impact on health and recovery. We notice changes effecting our lives - social pressures, personal needs, even weather - change is a part of life. The way we respond can enhance health. The Fabric of Health gently explains the fulness of our life, the value of intuitive input, breath, time, humor, and more.
by Lisa Chappell
In Releasing the Fear and Walking in Faith, Author Ranelli Williams shares biblical truths and practical steps to help you conquer your fears and step out on faith into a world of bright hope, contentment, joy, peace, love, and prosperity. In this revised and expanded version,
Ranelli has also invited Lisa Chappell and other Contributing Writers to share their personal testimonies of faith and what a blessing these testimonies will be to you as you experience God’s goodne... more
by Audrey DorsettThe purpose for my book is to encourage and help readers develop spiritual growth and closer relationship with Christ as they enjoy it’s simple and easy reading format. The book has scripture verses for meditation, personal study and exercise.
by John W. Cardano
by Reginald GrantSuccess Stories: Insights by African American Men" is an inspirational collection of stories by 19 African American Men. It also includes researched based information by Reginald Grant, MSEd on Reaching and Teaching African American Children. A cross generational collection of stories from college students to men in retirement, a true glimpse into the journey of African American Men in America. “African American males want the same things as everyone else, a family, a job a education, the opp... more
by Russell Anthony GibbsHave you ever wondered about the meaning of life or speculated about your life’s purpose? Have you ever pondered the nature of our existence or how the universe really functions? If you are one of the many who have, The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life reveals the answers. This intellectual and spiritual work explains the six significant universal truths woven throughout science, religion and philosophy. These principles draw upon thousands of years of wisdom and are presented... more
by Britt DiorThis book is for single women around the world. It is designed to take a woman on the journey of embracing being single over the course of 30 days. There is no topic left uncovered as this book talks about all the things that make up the single life, including but not limited to, heartbreak, healing, and real life thoughts. This book is written to encourage the woman who has accepted her single season, and help her to make it one of her best seasons ever. More importantly, it is meant to help th... more
by Felice Cohen“90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)” is an inspirational self-help book that shows how living small for 5 years made my life so much bigger. It also offers 90 lessons to help you downsize, organize and realize how to live the life you want, in whatever size space you choose. People today want experiences over stuff. My book is a “want to” guide for making that life possible.
by Diana FittsHave you ever achieved a goal and then asked yourself, “what next?” You finally reach a goal, but the celebration is cut short. You feel panicked as you face questions of the bigger and better goal around the corner. One minute you are overjoyed by your success, but the next you find yourself victim to post-achievement paralysis and the “what next” trap. How do you choose your next goals? In a success-driven society, it is easy to become obsessed with choosing perfect goals that will... more
by Diana FittsDo you have trouble staying on task and finishing projects to completion? You know you should be working on that report, but you can’t drag yourself away from Netflix and Facebook. You finally get around to cleaning up that spare room, but ten minutes in, you’re looking at old pictures you dug up and nothing else gets done. You need to get more serious about exercising, but you can’t seem to develop a regular routine to get it done. What’s lacking in all of these scenarios? FOCUS! W... more
Living Apart Together: A Unique Path to Marital Happiness, or The Joy of Sharing Lives Without Sharing an Addressby Anne L WatsonThere's one reason marriages and long-term relationships break up that is seldom acknowledged: Many committed couples would get along better if they weren't roommates. In this groundbreaking book, Anne L. Watson draws on personal experience to reveal the benefits of living separately and tells how you might make it work for yourself.
by Aaron ShepardGentlemen might be in short supply today, but this little book of wisdom could be the cure. If you're a young man who cares about the quality of his mark on the world -- or if you know such a young man -- the aphorisms of "The Gentleman's Handbook" may prove a helpful guide.
by Ted ChristopherMy book is an overdue debunking of scientific materialism, perhaps the most fundamental belief of modern science. An earlier review from Kirkus Reviews states that the book “persuasively suggests that a materialistic view falls short”. The book takes a perhaps obvious approach in describing some of the severe challenges posed to materialism by unusual - and accepted - behavioral phenomena. The bigger picture, though, is a focus on the unfolding “absolutely beyond belief” failure of DNA search... more
by Lauren Flake"Grandma's in our hearts, you see." "Where Did My Sweet Grandma Go?: A Preschooler's Guide to Losing a Loved One" gently leads little ones and their parents into meaningful conversations about death, grief, and eternal love. Activities and resources in the included Parents' Guide reinforce the book's comforting message of legacy and hope.