Damn Good Advice (For People with Talent!): How To Unleash Your Creative Potential by America's Master Communicator, George Lois - George Lois
Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!) is a look into the mind of one of America's most legendary creative thinkers, George Lois. Offering indispensle lessons, practical advice, facts, anecdotes and inspiration, this book is a timeless creative bible for all those looking to succeed in life, business and creativity. These are key lessons derived from the incomparle life of 'Master Communicator' George Lois, the original Mad Man of Madison Avenue. Written and compiled by the man The Wall
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How to Stop Screwing Up: 12 Steps to Real Life and a Pretty Good Time - Martha Woodroof
An award-winning broadcast reporter shares her story of broken relationships, career sabotage, and substance abuse, acknowledging that one does not have to hit rock bottom or spend a night in jail to enjoy the benefits of the Twelve Steps. Original.
Science Of Breath - William W. Atkinson, Yogi Ramacharaka
In this chapter we will give you briefly the theories of the Western scientific world regarding the functions of the respiratory organs, and the part in the human economy played by the breath. In subsequent chapters we will give the additional theories and ascertained facts of the Oriental school of thought and research. The Oriental accepts the theories and facts of his Western brothers (which have been known to him for centuries) and adds thereto much that the latter do not now accept, but
Country Wisdom Almanac: 373 Tips, Crafts, Home Improvements, Recipes, and Homemade Remedies - Storey Publishing's Country Wisdom Libra
A follow-up to Black Dog's bestselling Country Wisdom and Know-How, the Country Wisdom Almanac provides hundreds of ideas and methods for living the good and simple life, plus information on weather, gardening, buying produce and cooking by season, holidays, frost dates, moon phases, and more. Divided into the four seasons and then organized into 373 individual tips, the Country Wisdom Almanac presents a wide variety of ways to live a simpler, more self-sustained life year round. Each season
How Not to Write - Terence Denman
In a fast-paced workplace, where emails fly at lightning speed, precision and brevity are essential for good communication. But all too often we let spell-checkers do the dirty work—because many of us have forgotten the simple grammar rules we learned in school.   In How Not to Write, Terence Denman, instructor with the U.K.-based Plain English Campaign, sets out the top 10 grammar myths and the 10 grammar rules to live and work by. Readers will learn to:        •  Position prepositions
If I Only Knew Then...: Learning from Our Mistakes - Charles Grodin
Now available as a value-priced edition! UNABRIDGED SELECTIONS As Charles says, "If you don't get wiser as you get older, then you just get older." The core of this audiobook is about identifying our mistakes, learning from them, and not repeating them. Charles Grodin, a very funny individual who has appeared in movies, television and currently is on WCBS Radio every day, has asked his friends--from Robert Redford, Paul Newman, Shirley MacLaine, Alan Alda, Regis Philbin, Don
Get Out of Debt Like the Debt Heroes: How 21 Ordinary People Paid Off Over $1.7 Million in Debt - Ben Edwards, Jeff Rose
Are you tired of feeling guilty about being in debt? If nothing you've tried to pay off your debt has worked, you are not alone. We all have weaknesses that make it easy to get into debt and hard to get out. Don't beat yourself up because a popular 12-step debt pay off plan didn't work for you. Getting out of debt is hard enough, you don't need someone to judge you. What if instead you had a hero to inspire you! Meet the Debt Heroes Although you may feel alone you'll discover in the Debt
Simple Secrets of a Great Marriage - Henry Cloud, John Townsend
The marriage of your dreams is just twenty-one secrets away. In today's mad-dash world, it's easy to lose perspective about what matters most, even when it comes to the most important people in our lives. Award-winning authors and psychologists Henry Cloud and John Townsend have teamed up to pack their best relationship principles into an easy-to-read twenty-one-secret program designed for today's busy people. Each secret reveals life-tested wisdom, biblical principles, and do-it-today action
The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism - Naomi Klein
In her ground-breaking reporting from Iraq, Naomi Klein exposed how the trauma of invasion was being exploited to remake the country in the interest of foreign corporations. She called it "disaster capitalism." Covering Sri Lanka in the wake of the tsunami, and New Orleans post-Katrina, she witnessed something remarkably similar. People still reeling from catastrophe were being hit again, this time with economic "shock treatment" losing their land and homes to rapid-fire
The magic of goals - Ronald L Reynolds
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