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by Kyle Cooper ShrivastavaWe admire animals for their mindfulness, ingenuity, bravery, and resilience, yet we fail to find these qualities in our own lives. Instead, we feel increasingly trapped, tamed, and domesticated. We even associate the word “wild” with illogical or risky behavior. But wild animals don’t pointlessly stress, hate, lust, kill, or lament. They aren’t caught up in the past or distracted by the future. They live in ways that directly address their psychological needs, which we, as humans, too often fail... more
by Dr. Trillion SmallThe tug of war between your heart and mind can be one of the greatest battles you will ever have to fight. It is sometimes a fight that leaves us mentally and emotionally bound and metaphorically speaking, incarcerated. But that doesn’t have to be how your story ends. If you are searching for mental and emotional freedom this book is for you.This book will help you to:•Let go of those past pains that are keeping you bound•Learn how to focus on the present instead of being anxious about tomorrow ... more
by Moustafa HamwiDO YOU KNOW WHAT Makes You Tick? Without knowing the answer to this question, you will always feel like something is missing, no matter how successful you are. This question triggered Moustafa to start a journey—an inner search—of true passion, purpose, and meaning which eventually led him to buy a one-way ticket out of Dubai in 2012. Since his return in 2013, he invested all his time and effort into studying and researching the topic of passion and conducting in-person interviews with, to... more
by Chris MeyerAfter fourteen years in the funeral business, Chris Meyer has seen a lot of things. He sat with families, listened to their regrets and wishes, their "should’ve," "could’ve," "would’ves." And, in doing so, he learned many lessons, lessons that kept repeating themselves year after year. Meyer knew he could help a lot of people with this information. So, he memorialized the lessons to share with the world: some simple, some profound, some practical; lessons from life, from death... from s... more
by Raphael DumeTRANSFORM YOUR LIFE; DEVELOP AN ABOVE AVERAGE CONFIDENCE. Self-confidence 101 contains a self-empowerment guide to overcome self-imposed limitations, insecurity, self-sabotaging, and boost self-esteem. Self-confidence is the starting point to psychological health, personal happiness, achievement, and good relationships. The key to reaching your personal and professional goals and living the life of your dreams lies in the power of self-confidence. Self-confidence begins with knowing your... more
by Nabil HouraniHow to feel good about your work? How to enjoy your Job? How to grow and adapt? The answers are in the following short chapters in this book with seven effective practices. My aim is that these proven deeds will help you gain knowledge and confidence, recognition among piers and the public, motivate yourself and your peers, and achieve a successful career. This book is a personal development document to help you succeed as a professional. The advices are based on my experience working and cl... more
by Shavonda RobinsonThis motivational book is about taking your vision and turning it into a reality while you are in your thirties. This book will educate those who are in their thirties to plan ahead for the future, and how to take care of themselves along the way. Learning how to build your legacy, empire, and set yourself up to become successful for life.
by Lauren HolmesSavants outperform their potential. They display incredible feats of genius from deficient brains theoretically incapable of them. Savanting is a biology-based protocol which exploits savant methods to enable everyone to similarly exceed our known potential. First, savant genius is explained and demonstrated in the lives of well known savants. Similar capabilities are then demonstrated in multiple categories of nonsavants confirming we may all have savant potential. The lives of six superac... more
by Frank DouglasFrom growing up in poverty to developing drugs that fight diabetes, seizures, and cancer, Dr. Frank L. Douglas has lived a life based on values, hard work, and self-control. Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream is a reflection on the events and people that made him into the man he is. In 1963, the year of the murder of Medgar Evers, Civil Rights marches, and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, twenty-year-old Douglas arrived in the United States. A Fulbright scholar fr... more
by Aone OfmanyWe all have heard of the terms and disorders so many of our fellow citizens in society deal with daily: depression, loneliness, anxiety, anger, paranoia, agoraphobia, attempted suicide, incel mindset, being bullied, low self-esteem and the list goes on and on. It is difficult to live a ‘normal’ happy life with just one of these mental health afflictions. Now imagine living with all of them! This book will open up the life of one ordinary man who started off just like any happy-go-lucky kid, and ... more
by Avigail Abarbanelf you suffer from anxiety and all you have been offered so far are ways to manage it, if you have been told that you will have to live with anxiety for the rest of your life, this booklet will challenge this approach. It will encourage you to think about anxiety differently. Anxiety can be a useful prompt that we are neglecting something important in ourselves. Instead of treating anxiety as an enemy to vanquish, we need to listen to what it is telling us. Anxiety is curable in most people, but ... more
by Lee Allen
"Sober." is a book of self discovery covering the last four years of my life. A time of loss, depression, forgiveness, and happiness influenced by my relationships and questionable decisions. I believe it takes acceptance and abstinence to become mentally and emotionally sober. My book uses poetry and illustrations to open the body, heal the wounds, and accept the scars that will forever be.
by in Periculus AudAxI wrote this to help the American audience repair its relationship with sex. It took twenty-one years to write this book. No one has ever used one?s own life as grounds for data gathering for sex. This book is not about tips and techniques but about philosophy. A female philosopher wrote this book. This book is a companion to The Meaning of a Metaphorical Life, a memoir that focuses on Christianity to show the inherent compatibility of sex with Christianity. This book is novel not only in conten... more
by Raymond L. ChukwuThis book delivers the hard-hitting evidence to explain why blacks disproportionately suffer from limited access to technology, poor health, and inadequate professional health care treatment in the United States and throughout the world. Chukwu, former Republican candidate for Congress and a candidate to be the US ambassador to Nigeria, is an aerospace engineer and president of Black Technologies Advancement.
by Richard W. CoanHow has human consciousness evolved from its primitive origins, and what course will it take in the future? How should it develop in an individual from infancy and through childhood and the adult years? Such questions have been the focus of many writers and many religious and philosophical traditions, both Eastern and Western. Most writers and traditions conceive of psychic evolution in terms of one universal pattern, and the evolutionary goal considered by a given writer or tradition may be one... more
by Lisa DooleyMonday morning. Anywhere. Standing in your cluttered mudroom. Your youngest can’t find her backpack and “lost” her permission slip. The middle child is shouting from the bedroom because he can’t find his phone or soccer cleats. Your oldest needs the missing car keys. The phone is buzzing. Your partner is looking for the laptop charger because it’s missing, again. Did I mention that it’s Monday morning? Perhaps you’ve read a lot of organizing books. You’ve followed the checklists, the diagrams f... more