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by Peter JeffLOVING Like a Leader, 77 More Leadership Mints, is the second book in the Leadership Mints Series designed to help busy leaders and would-be leaders at all levels of the organization refresh and rejuvenate their leadership skills. Consumed like a breath mint –quick and on-the-go—a LEADERSHIP MINT is a short story that energizes leadership behaviors and personalizes leadership principles so they are more easily remembered, more readily acted upon and more fully applied. Like its candy counterpart... more
by Rachel S. Heslin
Three of the most destructive words to our ability to thrive are Coulda, Woulda, and Shoulda. How many times have we felt guilt, regret, and shame over our actions? I know that, when I started a deliberate forgiveness practice, it was so much easier to forgive others their transgressions than to forgive myself, for I knew how much I'd screwed up.
But as long as we carry that guilt, we are not only chaining ourselves to our past, but we are depriving the w... more
by Rachel S. Heslin
Why do we grieve? How can not setting aside the time to mourn cripple our ability to fully embrace joy? And what can we do to use our grief to deepen our connection with our hearts? The title of this book is inspired by Kahlil Gibran, who said (paraphrased): "The deeper that sorrow carves into my soul, the greater my capacity for joy."
If you are struggling with loss in your own life, learn how to move through your mourning with authentic grace so you can experie... more
by Rachel S. Heslin
You know the feeling: overwhelmed and maybe even trapped.
You want to change your life, but nothing seems to work.
Maybe it's time to let go of what's been holding you down.
Like a teacup already full to overflowing, we cannot pursue new dreams or goals when we're drowning in old patterns and projects. In this book, you'll learn the required elements to create a ritual, four different types of release, as well as techniques to lovingly honor... more
by Peter FeltonUtilizing plot, character, and musical elements of The Who’s landmark Rock Opera Tommy, author-educator-lifelong Rocker Peter Felton addresses sensitive issues pertaining to the upbringing and social outlook of children of the 21st Century. Drawing upon biographical details of the original members of The Who, while reflecting upon notable experiences in his own personal and work lives, Felton makes a firm case as to the roots of hindrances to children’s learning and lifestyles in today’s modern ... more
by Stacey GreeneStacey Greene takes the reader through the rough ride of surviving infidelity. The character Michelle made assumptions about her marriage that did not allow her to see the infidelity coming. To further complicate the relationship, one relies on faith in God while the other still vacillates as to the existence of a higher power. Do the children find out? Do they make it? Greene uses an autobiographical approach to show the reader what lies on the other side of such a breach of trust.
by Cara MacMillan
It Is Only Money and It Grows on Trees!, by Cara MacMillan, is a narrative that explores how the concept of money is considered by various world religions and cultures. It also looks at ways in which readers can increase their own wealth.
It Is Only Money will inspire, challenge, and encourage you to ask: Why am I not rich? What do I need to learn? And how can I change my thoughts and actions? “This is not a get rich quick book – it is a book about authenti... more
A Must-Have Guide for Every Aspiring Writer: Easy, Learnable, Realistic and Sure Ways to Earn Money as A Writer (Earning a Livinby Levi Cheruo CheptoraFor you to succeed as a writer, it is critical to concentrate on something you have no doubt you can convincingly deliver on. If it is non-fiction, then perfect your non-fiction writing skills and venture into appropriate niches. If you have a creative mind like mine, then do not waste your energy on anything that is not creative in nature. If you can write, let it not be in vain! Writing is a gift that must be appreciated by others. Make that bold step this very minute, this very hour, this v... more
by sajee somanathanA handbook on time management for modern times It is possible that people in the past did not need as much time management as we need today, only because they were not able to flood their life with “Things”.
by Trina PerkinsPreschool aged children have the opportunity to hone their fine motor skills, improve counting skills & read in English & Spanish, all while looking at images that might look similar to them, their parents, caregivers or other folks in their environment.
by Jim Hylton
by Dr. Edward WallachThis book tells through the use of good old-fashioned true stories the path of the individual's troubles. A particular contribution of this book is to entertain a unique point of view that has not been previously explored, that trouble can be useful for one's development. Trouble is viewed as a positive learning tool in life for the individual to grow emotionally. The type of difficulty one has usually follows a theme in the story of a person's life. Suggestions are given to the reader how to... more
by Ainsworth Forgenie'The Quest For Love' is a look at how religion in particular, and society in general, has negatively impacted our ability to love ourselves and others. It is a critical, insightful look through the eyes of a preacher.
by Tasha Brookman
"Have you ever wanted to change someone? Did you change them and did it work? Have you become infatuated with someone else’s issues and problems, wondering if they just changed or fixed the issue then everything would be okay?Have you drained and wasted energy trying to change someone and gotten nowhere? News flash, you cannot change or control anyone. You can only control how you respond to that person in your life.
Why did Ariella stay? She th... more
by Thomas WintermanThe Thrive Life is an opportunity; it is an invitation to live the life you have always dreamed of. One of the most frightening things about life is that this is your only shot…you only get one. There are no re-dos, and there are no pause buttons. With each passing minute you are changing and developing into a new person. Those minutes that pass are never coming back, and the choices you make from minute to minute are shaping the person you are becoming. What if you could take control of your ev... more
by Texas Jack CowanThe levels of information, conversation, wildly different places, circumstances, and points from which to view that you arrive at in your life just might be altered in your favor by studying this book (after a couple of rereads). You wouldn’t say that you haven’t heard similar material if you paid any attention to your elders’ conversations. Please go back in your mind to those wonderful people that formed your opinions and life choices. The material is condensed and sharpened so as to knock som... more