What You Don't Know You Don't Know: How Your Brain and Mind Keep You Stuck - Ali Bierman
Your brain and mind serve to keep you safe. They alert you to dangers in your environment and make you aware of risks in your decision making. In serving their purpose they actually keep you stuck in the muck of daily ho hum living so that you fail to live the life you really want.
Let's Eat Right to Keep Fit - Adelle Davis
The bestselling guide to physical and emotional well-being through proper diet is back in a new format and with a new introduction by Harriet Roth, author of Deliciously Low and Deliciously Simple. "As a nutritionist no one enjoys a bigger name nationwide than Adelle Davis".--Los Angeles Herald Examiner.
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Words I Wish I Wrote: A Collection of Writing That Inspired My Ideas - Robert Fulghum
In Words I Wish I Wrote, Robert Fulghum reveals the works of writers who have inspired him. During the past four decades he's reviewed and revised the basic principles of his philosophy many times, sometimes as an exercise in personal growth, but more often in response to individual crisis. Then at fifty, seeking a simplicity to counter the complex thinking of his college years, Fulghum wrote a summary essay professing that all he really needed to know he learned in kindergarten. As he
Since Strangling Isn't an Option - Sandra A. Crowe
For those who feel like they are expending too much energy either engaging in conflict or desperately trying to avoid it, this refreshing, realistic guide provides accessible solutions. Readers will learn why dealing with a difficult person doesn?t have to ruin their day, the habits that cause conflict, and the techniques that can turn things around. It also gives readers insight into their own power in shaping relationships, and specific advice for handling different personality types. There
The 80 Minute Mba: Everything You'll Never Learn At Business School - Richard Reeves, John Knell
THE 80 MINUTE MBA is your short-cut to business brilliance. A traditional MBA is for either the time-rich, very wealthy or lucky few with a generous corporate sponsor. So what happens if you want to get a hit of high-quality business inspiration without spending two years back at school? THE 80 MINUTE MBA is the gateway to fresh thinking, in less time than it takes a standard meeting to get past coffee and biscuits. Managers need the encouragement to think differently, not in the same straight
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The Art of Being a Scientist: A Guide for Graduate Students and Their Mentors - Roel Snieder, Ken Larner
This is a hands-on guide for graduate students and young researchers wishing to perfect the practical skills needed for a successful research career. By teaching junior scientists to develop effective research habits, the book helps to make the experience of graduate study a more efficient and rewarding one. This book is an outgrowth of the notes for the graduate course, "The Art of Science," taught by the authors at Colorado School of Mines and highly rated and appreciated by
SuperFoods Rx: Fourteen Foods That Will Change Your Life - Steven G. Pratt, Kathy Matthews
The super-bestselling book that's enhancing Americans' health By eating the fourteen SuperFoods highlighted in Dr. Steven Pratt's instant bestseller, you can actually stop the incremental deteriorations that lead to common ailments and diseases Beans -- reduce obesity Blueberries -- lower risk for cardiovascular disease Broccoli -- lowers the incidence of cataracts and fights birth defects Oats -- reduce the risk of type II diabetes Oranges -- prevent strokes Pumpkin -- lowers the risk of
Your First Home: A Keller Williams Guide - Gary Keller, Jay Papasan, Dave Jenks
"Let a team of real-life experts share their real estate wisdom along with heartwarming stories to show you how to achieve the dream of home ownership. I wish I had this information when I bought my first home. The good news for you? You can "-Bob Burg, author of "Endless Referrals" and coauthor of "The Go-Giver" There is a special category of life's firsts. First kiss. Driving for the first time. Going away to college. Starting your first job. Saying, "I
Finishing Strong: Going the Distance for Your Family - Steve Farrar
Bestselling author Steve Farrar has good news for the average man: it doesn't matter if you've had a great start in the Christian life, or a rough one. It doesn't matter if you've stumbled time and again, or even fallen flat on your face. What matters most in this all-important race of life is how you finish. According to Farrar, the man who hangs in there for the long haul with his wife, his kids, and his Lord is an exception these days. Finishing Strong, now in trade paperback, offers lively
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One Bite at a Time: 52 Projects for Making Life Simpler - Tsh Oxenreider
Broken down into manageable chunks, One Bite at a Time provides you with steps, tips, links, and motivation to slow down and simplify. Here’s the thing: I bet most of you know what to do to simplify. You’ve heard most of the little tips and tricks to slow down life and make tasks less frustrating. It’s just overwhelming to know how to start. With this book, I’m giving you permission to focus on just one thing at a time, until you’ve got that task down—and then you can move on to the next one.


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