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The Change Guidebook: How to Align Your Heart, Truths, and Energy to Find Success in All Areas of Your Lifeby Elizabeth Hamilton-GuarinoIf you are seeking change and want to align with your highest purpose, the power is in your hands. Many of us know we need a change, an overhaul of the way we “do” life. We feel the need to move forward but we aren’t sure where to place our feet to take those first steps. There are countless manuals for bettering our lives, but we crave something that will truly help us to change for the better once and for all. The Change Guidebook ends the search for self-help that works, serving as a li... more
by Mark Brenner with Mary GomezAfter a year of collaboration with my co-author, I am pleased to announce that we are now LIVE ON AMAZON! Our book, IT’S YOUR CAREER - IT’S YOUR CHOICE is the compilation of over 75 years of collective Staffing, Human Resource and Coaching experience. Finally, an all-inclusive book that guides your Career choice and discusses the steps necessary to find the right position with the right company. Mark and Mary share “real-world strategies” for your entire job-search process including, a r... more
by Lucinda GrapenthinWhen Toby is faced with learning to ride his bike so he can play with his friends, he begins to worry and worry and worry. "What if I fall?" "What if other kids laugh at me?" "What if I can't ride my bike?!" Mommy pauses, attuning to his behavior. She accepts his emotions and calmly engages with him, encouraging his discovery of positive steps to solve this dilemma. Toby learns a better way to manage his feelings by using his can-do thoughts. Now, he can have fun!
by Neel BurtonStoicism by its best stories. This is a book of Stoic stories: stories about Stoics, stories told by Stoics, and stories with a Stoic bent. Snuck between these heroic tales, and exemplified by them, are the main tenets of Stoic philosophy, served up in small, bite-size chunks.
by Mahalene LoiisDo you have a communication issue? That is, you know what to do to be successful, but you just don’t want to do it? If language is the problem, it is also the solution. The Code of Opposites (TCO) introduces an idea whose time has come: a newly revealed metalanguage to feel the resistance, choose peace, and emPower the NOW. Language is where your Power is. To transform, you must look at the story you tell. Activating a metalanguage – a language beyond all languages – allows you to track pattern... more
by John MesserlyShort essays about the meaning of life from a professional philosopher.
by Tabrina DixonThis book is a compilation of social media posts and diary entries that express the thoughts and feelings of a middle-aged widow who lost the love of her life suddenly and tragically to COVID-19. It offers an up-close and personal view of what grief and healing can look like over some time and practical suggestions for creating your healing journey.
by thomas schwendler
What happened when Rev. Tom Schwendler found a well-worn suitcase, holding his late aunt and uncle's love letters? He found the best marriage advice he'd ever read.
From planning a wedding to handling in-laws to navigating the inevitable ups and downs of a long-term relationship, the letters said it all. Reverend Tom simply added a few gentle comments and musings for digital-age couples looking to their analog ancestors for guidance.
A celebration of love and a remin... more
by Reza AbrahamBE IN CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE AND CAREER with Reza Abraham's book, InControl: A Systematic Approach to Taking Complete Control of Your Life and Career. 1 CORE 3 CORNERSTONES 12 PILLARS 90 HACKS This book will NOT make you invincible. What it WILL do is offer you the gift of timeless lessons grounded on lived experience, years of research, and compelling stories. This book also sets the standard in defining What you are actually in control of, How to leverage it, and Why it is important in the f... more
by Antonia HallHealthy, simple pleasures can be transformative. Are you feeling stressed out, anxious, and generally unfulfilled? You’re not alone. The fact is that most humans find true satisfaction to be elusive. Fortunately you can rewire your body to bring a true sense of happiness back into your life — one pleasure at a time. It is too rare that our society encourages the exploration or discussion of the health benefits of enjoying our bodies, especially when it pertains to sexuality. Many of us wer... more
by Melissa MullamphyThey were killing her mother with negligence, Melissa Mullamphy recalls. And eight months later, Mullamphy’s mother succumbed following a cancer battle fraught with frustration, medical missteps and the endless bureaucracy that goes hand in hand with navigating our complex healthcare system. Not in Vain, A Promise Kept is Mullamphy’s candid account of her mother’s journey and the family’s roller coaster of emotions. Readers will witness the mistakes that compounded their pain, the small victo... more
by Lisa KuglerIn her book, Ten Things I Learned from a Schizophrenic Mechanic, L. M. Kugler states "We don't talk about mental illness nearly enough in our society, not enough about what it's like to be mentally ill, nor what it's like for the families of those who are mentally ill." In this novella-length work designed for those aged 15 and up, Mrs. Kugler takes readers on a journey through ten different lessons she learned from her father, who was schizophrenic. She uses vivid stories from her life to do... more
by Elliott KatzAre you tired of having to be the one who always wears the pants? Are you frustrated with men who won't make a decision? Are you fed up with a man who won't ever take charge? You're not the only one. How to Get Your Man to Wear the Pants ... So You Don't Have To shares strategies on how to inspire a man to be more decisive and do his share of taking the lead at home and in the family. It tells you what you need to say to get him to take charge of dealing with his share of day-to-day respon... more
by Sarah JohnsonThis new-age generation-defining self help guide teaches you that if you want anything from life, anything at all, whether it be a stronger connection with Self, a path to move forward from abuse, or simply to live a more creative, robust, fulfilling, and prosperous life, begin your personal transformation by removing the confusion and chaos in your life first. Use the knowledge and pathways provided within to remove that which blocks your desires and hinders your well-being. Use it to reduce st... more
by Tat Jane Bego VicThe Manual For Humanity Thriving In The New Earth contains essential wisdom for the current new phase of our human evolution and transition to the new paradigm. What are the keys to our new reality, and how we can adjust to be in harmony and benefit from these monumental times designed for our acceleration. We are in a global transition in all areas and aspects of our lives. The necessary adjustments and practical ideas are needed for more people to align with the current changes. Mother E... more
by Craig Copeland
GENIUS IS NOT WHAT YOU THINK IT IS
It is not IQ that defines genius or gives you that creative superpower everyone strives for. In fact, the gateway to genius is simpler than you might think.
Learn how to:
- Access your own exceptional genius-level thinking anytime!
- Discover your most radically powerful creative and intuitive attributes
- Unlock the secret for rapidly overcoming fear, anxiety, self-doubt, a... more