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  • Conquering Your Quarter-Life Crisis: How to Get Your Shit Together In Your 20s

    by Kali Rogers
    Kali Rogers of Blush Online Life Coaching presents the no-nonsense approach to getting over your quarter life crisis and entering into adulthood like a boss. Learn about the symptoms of the quarter life crisis and how to combat them as well as tackling your career distress, relationship troubles, breakup woes, friendship struggles, and owning your singlehood while everyone else is getting engaged. This book won't let you waste one more second feeling sorry for yourself. It's time to stop feeling... more
  • Screw This! Let's Be REal

    by Dr. Drew Huffman
    The genius and frankness of Dr Phil, but with a Rock and Roll edge. Dr. Huffman's unique approach to self development is simple and down-to-earth. You will find his philosophy to be candid and humorous as he uses his own struggles to give the reader a fresh perspective on rediscovering their choice at a time. If you're looking for a cotton-candy, pie-in-the-sky philosophy to improve your life, then this book is NOT for you. If you're looking for a real-life, easy, and ... more
  • How to Not Get Married: Break these rules and you have a chance

    by Chananya Weissman
    This book will help you avoid falling in love, prevent others from falling in love with you, and insure that no serious relationship will emerge from even the most promising dates - all while sparing you the blame and flak singles inevitably receive when they reach a certain age without having wed. Follow these rules and you will not get married. Break them and you have a chance. A serious and humorous guide for navigating the world of unwanted bachelorhood. Includes 30 illustrations and a Survi... more
  • You Better Think: Before You Speak

    by Pamela D Foster
    How often do we filter our words before they leave our mouth and hit the atmosphere? Chances are you have experienced the embarrassing disease called "foot in mouth". You said something without thinking and a disaster ensued. The THINK acronym reminds us to appropriately screen our conversation.
  • Questions for Couples: 469 Thought-Provoking Conversation Starters for Connecting, Building Trust, and Rekindling Intimacy

    by Marcus Kusi
    Discover 469 Thought-Provoking Conversation Starters for Connecting, Building Trust, and Rekindling Intimacy
  • MBA Editing Services

    by Daniel Cox

    If you ever need help with editing your MBA papers, you will probably spend hours and hours searching for the best editing services online. There are plenty of websites that offer such help, but finding affordable and reliable ones are rather tricky. Instead of wasting time on searching, just click on the link and you will be redirected to the most qualitative website on the web. We guarantee you everything you can possibly look for in editing services, so don’t hesitate and follow the ... more

  • Virtual Assistant Services

    by Hasan Piker

    Owning and managing businesses is incredibly difficult, no matter how big it is and how many people work with you. Outsourcing certain tasks can significantly simplify this process and make your management much more productive and easy. We created our team of professionals in various fields so that you could choose what tasks you want and need to outsource and could order their help as soon as you need it. Click on the link and find out more about this amazing opportunity! ... more

  • Psychology Personal Statement

    by Lara Carter

    If you are currently looking for a degree to continue studies and you are passionate to learn more about people around you and to help them in the most productive way – then psychology degree is exactly what will be perfect for you! It is a fascinating field of study, but it is also extremely competitive, so you should work hard to actually be admitted to study it. Writing a winning personal statement will increase your chances immensely, so don’t overlook this step! Contact our t... more

  • 9781542800938

    by Sharon Jenkins
    SUPER AUTHOR = R.E.A.L. Authorpreneur (Relevant . Entrepreneurial . Action-Oriented . Literary-Focused) Each chapter of this sensational, reality-based literary series depicts a behind-the-scene episode of 14 remarkable authors who have mastered publishing and entrepreneurship. If you are an author or aspiring author this “tell-all” book will more than adequately equip you for SUPER AUTHOR status.
  • Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work

    by Halimah Bellows
    The path to a fulfilling new career is a journey of many steps. Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work has been written to serve as a helpful guide and companion on every step of that journey. Champion Your Career is unusual in that it combines career counseling with career coaching. By asking the appropriate questions, Champion Your Career gives you not only the theory behind choosing a career that’s right for you, but offers practical exercises, resources, and powerful questions so... more
  • A Diamond At Midnight.

    by Diamond W Fields
    This book is dedicated to my mother, thank s for being my mother and father all these years. Most of all thanks for being hard on me, and trying to keep me out of trouble growing up. I was never a perfect son, but I was your son and in your eyes I was your precious Diamond.
  • Finding Funny

    by Alice Jane Leftwich

    One woman's hilarious tale of heartache, brought on by another woman. I will take you through the beginning stages of a love story, unlike any other. All the wild sex, inappropriate language and debauchery, one could possibly hope for in a novel. The closest thing to porn, without it ACTUALLY being porn. I will make you fall in love with Kasie Thorne, just as I had. Then, experience the heartbreak alongside me, all while trying to find some humor in the torrential, shit storm of despair. ... more

  • Aging Wisely

    by Viola Mecke, PhD, ABPP
    Growing older brings many thoughts of ?I wish I knew that before.? Th is book provides information to help us age as well as possible. Surprisingly, our feelings do not age. Pleasure and contentment interface loneliness, loss, fears and sorrow. At a time when life is thought easier, new problems and situations that are challenging arise. Four stages of aging include the initiation to aging at about fi fty years of age, changes in life following retirement, a gradual acceptance of being older, an... more
  • How to Conquer Your Fears and Live an UNSTOPPABLE LIFE of Victory

    by Kristi Patrice Carter, J.D.
    Are you ready to take back control of your life? Do you want to push past those invisible barriers and overcome your fears? Now you can with Kristi's twelve-step fear busting program. Learn how to recognize your fears, understand why they are holding you back, and identify your fear pattern.
  • Serenity Granted: Accepting Hardship as a Pathway to Peace

    by Richard Preston
    Richard discovered alcohol at the age of six. Although named "Most Likely to Succeed" in high school, for 35 years, addiction, anger, and aggression hobbled his dreams. With raw honesty, he recounts his wild ride down a super highway off self-destruction, a journey punctuated with bottles of Miller High Life, stays in correctional facilities, and attempts at suicide. Then fate stepped in. A brother's love combined with the stoke of a judge's pen delivered Richard to a different path. He found... more
  • Don't Punch People in the Junk!: (Seemingly) Obvious Life Lessons to Teach Kids

    by Kelly Wilson

    When our youngest child punched two kids in the junk within an 18-hour period, I questioned whether I could have done anything to prevent it. To be honest, I hadn’t thought to tell my children directly not to punch people in the junk. It wasn’t a message that I imagined I would have to state with the straightforwardness of instructions like, “Don’t talk with your mouth full.”

    Don’t Punch People in the Junk: (Seemingly) Obvious Life Lessons to Teac... more