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by Monica E. PierceToday’s professional women are tired of feeling pressured to Lean In and Have it All. Women’s Equality isn’t about getting more of us into the corner office or the boardroom. It’s about having the freedom to choose our own path. But mainstream messages have lost sight of this and turned our pursuit of professional achievement into a directive rather than a choice. As a result, many women of our generation are now chasing after careers and accomplishments that we may not truly want, all ... more
by Patricia Rusch DuffeyDreamwalker explores the meaning behind images revealed in more than three decades of the author's meticulously kept dream journals. A corporate executive turned entrepreneur, Duffey utilizes her dreams to bolster her intuition by tuning into subliminal messages received in the quiet of the night. She shares how sound decisions were made and fears conquered. The author provides insight into understanding common dream symbols, and she includes those specific to her life as a woman working in a fa... more
by Joe NuckolsHave you been seduced to think there is a secret to success? Authors and experts have been giving the rest of us rules and steps to follow for thousands of years. How many of those rules have you broken? The seduction of hidden secrets is over. Acting on one or two principles from a list of rules and then quitting will never get you what you want. The truth is; there is no secret. Joe Nuckols shares intimate personal stories that prove a way to win the life long game of Truth and Dare. The ol... more
by Kaylie DollisonThe messy bun diaries is collaborative collection of women reclaiming their power, overcoming hardships and shining as bright lights to help guide others. It’s raw, real, and sometimes messy. Through sharing their stories these women are hoping to empower, inspire and help the generations behind them to stand up, stand out, make noise, dare to dream and be different and to be UNAPOLOGETICLY themselves.
by Andrea K. SpoorDesigned with teenage girls in mind, That's So Diva! reveals the true power and divine guidance that girls have within - their inner diva. It assures girls that they are not alone and then challenges them to change their current ways of thinking and being so they can change their experiences and successfully manage the dramas of the teenage years. The diva, an essential guiding goddess, empowers girls to use their voice, make healthy choices, and experience more happiness during the teenage y... more
by Dr. Ivy GeA well-researched uplifting and practical guide to stopping the self-sabotaging belief of not good enough, uncovering hidden strengths, and reverse engineering the roadmap to a happy life.
by Alberto VezendiThis book carries a message of hope for all: that a better life is possible, regardless of your situation, and that you already have everything you need to live it. It’s all inside your mind. After twenty long years of keeping it a secret, I’ve decided to share my personal experience as a young anorexic male in the hope that this will help readers avoid falling into a trap created by their own mind, and find their inner light without having to endure a long and painful rite of passage like the ... more
by Alberto VezendiDo you believe in self-improvement? Do you think you could be happier? If you do, this book is for you! In this work, the author shows us how to overcome the two main obstacles to happiness: attachment and anxiety. Readers will see that detachment and the ability to stop worrying are neither gifts of the chosen, nor inborn talents reserved for a few, but skills that can be learned at any moment in life, regardless of our situation. Your happiness is in your own hands, and nowhere else, for o... more
by Alberto VezendiDo you believe in self-improvement? Do you think you could be happier? If you do, this book is for you! In this work, the author shows us how to overcome the two main obstacles to happiness: attachment and anxiety. Readers will see that detachment and the ability to stop worrying are neither gifts of the chosen, nor inborn talents reserved for a few, but skills that can be learned at any moment in life, regardless of our situation. Your happiness is in your own hands, and nowhere els... more
by Antonio D.
English Grammar: A1 Level is a practical guide for learning English. Fully written in English, it serves as a base for the adaptation to different mother tongues. This book forms a part of the series My English Skills. Starting from an Integrated Foreign Language Curriculum, we offer an eclectic system with a distribution of contents based on the Learning Objects.
by Fred Flynn
Never waste another day. 26 Achievements and a routine you can personalize.
A daily routine based on the alphabet.
A different achievement for each letter.
by R. J. ColeOur dreams provide a myriad of mysterious and confusing images—some from our personal experiences and some from the depths of the human archetype—but what do they mean, and how can we use them in everyday life? Morpheus Speaks is a compendium of more than five thousand dream images pulled from the dreams of more than three thousand dreamers. Ideas on how to remember dreams, interpret them, and apply them to daily life are provided. Because some dreams seem to advocate for deeper levels of under... more
by Fresh Pages Media and AdvertisingGeorge Hunt spent more than fifty years as a community planner and landscape architect. This included hands-on work in impoverished and low-income areas which helped him understand the dynamics that hold us back from achieving self-sufficiency. In this book, he outlines a sustainable community project that seeks to solve social problems that most community planners overlook. The pilot project includes numerous ways to make communities self-sufficient, and while it's geared for those in middle- a... more
by Sarah ArmstrongThe Mom's Guide to a Good Divorce offers bite-size pieces of advice on how to have a "good" divorce in order to minimize the otherwise negative impact that bitter divorces have on children. The book begins with "Preparing for the Change", then offers pragmatic advice for handling the divorce "During the Change", and then "Post the Change for Your Children", and "Post the Change for You." Written by one Mom to another, the book provides a soothing tone and includes plenty of white space for r... more
by Kathleen BoucherNine Ways to Empower Tweens #LifeSkills is a self-help book for tweens. Fraternal twins Emma and Elliot teach tweens practical life strategies that they've learned from their parents and teachers. These life skills include how to have more confidence when presenting in class, the importance of work ethic, a simple writing technique to help deal with anger, and more. There are exercises at the end of each chapter that tweens can use to integrate what they've learned.
by Jennifer LynchSober-Worth shows a clear path to choosing an alcohol-free lifestyle by understanding brain functions, getting real about our relationships with emotions, and building self-esteem to create bulletproof self-worth. In this book I share the ups and downs of my own journey through twenty years of Gray Area Drinking as well as every step I took to finally become clear-headed, happy, and able to make positive healthy decisions for myself. I have a straightforward, no-nonsense approach that challenges... more