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by Krysti TurznikThere is a calling within you that wants you to do more, have more, and be more. It is the yearning to unlock your potential and experience a more profound connection to your authentic self. Mindset Magic is the perfect blend of education, insight, and practical application that will guide you to a deeper understanding of how to create a fulfilled life with intention and purpose, and experience more peace, more power, and more passion. With the proper mindset, tools, and understanding of sci... more
by Sylvia Abolis Mennear
Written by a mother of the Late Aaron James M. a bright young man with his whole life ahead of him before opioids took him too soon, this book is as much informational as it is emotional. The heartbreaking details of Aaron's downward spiral as a result of addiction to painkillers.
by Morrighan LynnePart instructional manual for being human and part road map for navigating the soul, The Spirited Human is the handbook that provides the tools to maintain one's center in a chaotic world. It is filled with teachings, techniques, and terminology that anyone can use to thrive in their day to day life.
by Ilene AngelFor the skeptic who wouldn’t be caught dead in the self-help section, comes How to Calm the Hell Down and Be Happy, the first of its kind survival guide from the world’s leading (recovering) worrier.
by Barbara Paskoff and Carol PackThere's no getting around it: with every breath we take—we're a couple of seconds older than we were before, and there's no going back. The last census showed nearly 60-million people in the United States are now older than 60. Face it: That's a lot of gray hair and bad teeth. Many of the things older adults once took for granted, may be dramatically changing, which can be disturbing. But no one should suffer in silence unnecessarily, thinking what they are experiencing is somehow unique. "We're... more
Ready For A Career Change?: Interviews with successful career transitioners, and 9 landmark questions to get you through a careeby Sarah O'FlahertyFeeling trapped in a job you don’t like? Discover how to transition into a new career with learnings from people who’ve done it. Working long hours, with no satisfaction? Want to start your own business, but not sure you can? Changing careers or setting up your own business isn’t easy. Let experienced career coach Sarah O’Flaherty show you how others have made the transition. Sarah O’Flaherty has a successful business assisting people to improve their life satisfaction and to work throug... more
by Christopher CooperHow do you overcome the loss of a soul mate or care for a loved one who is terminal while making the most of the time you have left? How do you help your children learn to grieve while a parent is dying, and after death? Christopher Cooper, founder of the grief blog Coffee With Coop, offers this honest, raw, emotional book, From Hell to Happiness: How to Heal When Your Loved One is Terminal, to any young adult who is dealing with the grief of having a loved one who is dying. His story will offer... more
by Indra SugiawanWelcome To The Jungle
by Sanket PaiFocus. That’s the easiest thing to lose in today’s frenzied and hyper-connected times. We are either running towards a lot of things or running away (at least trying to) from some other things that are not meant to be for us. And distractions are aplenty. Whether they are in the workplace, where everyone else’s priorities become ours, or, in our personal lives, coming from people who don’t matter much. Keep in mind that an unrelenting focus is the only mantra to get going and get anything do... more
by Debbra LupienThe Akashic Records are truly your "missing manual." Akasha Unleashed explains what the records are, why you should care, and how you can use them to gain a better understanding of yourself, discover your soul purpose, and create a more blissful life.
by Rae A. StonehouseOnce upon a time it was safe to go to work. Maybe that was just a fairy tale because the times have certainly changed. Increased violence has become part of our everyday life be it at home or at work. We read about it daily in the newspaper and are bombarded with violent stories from the television and radio. PROtect Yourself! provides an integrative, non violent approach to dealing with physical aggression and verbal threat. Its method of information delivery is designed to help you develop gr... more
PROtect Yourself! Empowering Tips & Techniques for Personal Safety: A Practical Violence Prevention Manual for Healthcare Workerby Rae A. StonehouseOnce upon a time it was safe to go to work. Maybe that was just a fairy tale because the times have certainly changed. Increased violence has become part of our everyday life be it at home or at work. We read about it daily in the newspaper and are bombarded with violent stories from the television and radio. PROtect Yourself! provides an integrative, non violent approach to dealing with physical aggression and verbal threat. Its method of information delivery is designed to help you develop ... more
by Rae A. StonehouseIn Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly! you will: - discover proven strategies to reduce your fear [that's what shyness really is] that will help you become an effective, power networker. - learn practical tips to strengthen the networking skills that you already have. - discover easy to use techniques that will take you from shy to sly. - discover the three phases of networking and how you can use each of them to your advantage. - learn ... more
by Rae A. StonehouseFor many Toastmasters Clubs, one of the biggest challenges in running a successful and productive club is maintaining a constant flow of visitors to attend and join you and your fellow Toastmasters as a member. Members come and members go. Life happens! Your Club membership can quickly change from a healthy charter-strength club to one in danger of losing its Charter. Veteran Toastmaster of over two decades, Rae Stonehouse DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster), PDG (Past District Governor, Distric... more
by Rae A. StonehouseSearching for and landing a job can be a stressful, demoralizing experience, especially, if you don't know how to do it properly. The 'old ways' don't work anymore. Finding rewarding work ... is work! You're Hired! Job Search Strategies That Work, puts you to work in learning how to use 'best practices' to land your 'dream' job. This book provides strategic techniques to maximize your job searching effectiveness. Strategies include: Understanding the psychology of job-searching Envis... more
by Sarah O'Flaherty
Feeling overwhelmed? Do you have trouble sleeping? Are you feeling increasingly depressed? Could you be suffering from burnout? We all experience stress, but sometimes stress can leave us physically and emotionally drained. It can be difficult to regain a sense of balance in our lives.
Inside Fresh Start – A Guide to Eliminating Unhealthy Stress you’ll discover:
* What stress is, so that you can understand whether you’re affected.
* The difference between s... more