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Book: Bounce, Don't Break - Stories, reflections, and words of encouragement during times of change. by Penny L. Hunt
When life T-bones you like an eighteen wheeler, Bounce! Don't Break! Learn the skills to successfully navigate the choppy waters of change and build resilience along the way. Bounce! Don't Break provides important steps to help you bounce back after a crisis. Learn to shift your focus from problems to solutions from problem people, to problem-solving supporters. Comeback from setbacks, find faith [...]
 
Book: 50 Tips for Managing Change (Spearmint Tips Booklets Book 7) by Beverley Williams
Organisations need to change to survive and many people will find some elements of changes difficult. Change needs to be managed and managed well. It's hard for people who are already struggling to come to terms with change to be made to feel that they are not up to scratch if they don't 'embrace the new challenges'. The key thing to remember is that change and the transition through change are [...]
 
Book: AGILE Project Management for Busy Managers by Tony Riches
Managers have become skilled at juggling changing priorities. What is different is that customer expectations have changed. People expect shops to be open earlier and later, to get answers on line 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and appointments outside of normal working hours. At the same time there is huge pressure to reduce operating costs, staff numbers and to do more with less. Many [...]
 
Book: HR in a Nutshell - Making Good Managers Great! by Steve Bareham
HR management, or human resource management, is all about people, because it is people who determine the success of any organization. It's crucial when managing staff to use proven processes to hire, interview, orient, train, coach, discipline, and evaluate performance. Good HR management process makes a manager's job easier, more efficient, and it minimizes errors...all good things! [...]
 
Book: Second Dive in the Ocean - Planning a Career Change by Hina Siddiqui
Do you feel fulfilled and content with the way your career is progressing? If you just thought "No" or "May be", "Design a Career you Love" is solely written for you. This Quick Read not only will help you plan & execute your career change, but also attain fulfillment and success with your current job/career. Despite knowing that nothing can replace "the awesome feeling" that comes with doing [...]
 
Book: Change Your Life - Successful People Who Did (Why Not You) by Catherine Pulsifer
This book explores key elements to success. You will find not only theory but also real life examples of people who have demonstrated each of these keys. And more importantly, you will find the one underlying element that ALL of these people had in common. It is an element of success that no matter how hard you try success will not be realized without this underlying element. This book was [...]
 
Book: Climate Change, Land Use and Monetary Policy - The New Trifecta by Geraldine Perry
Drawing on the work of independent thinkers, economists, scientists and historical evidence going back thousands of years, this book challenges conventional thinking about global warming, clean energy, environmental pollution, greenhouse gases and zero carbon, overpopulation, economic and social injustice - and how best to heal our ailing world. The book argues that the most important element in [...]
 
Book: The Great Life Redesign - Change How You Work, Live How You Dream and Make It Happen ... Today by Caroline Cameron
Do you feel like you're working harder than ever but seemingly getting nowhere? Maybe it's taking far longer than you hoped it would. Rest assured, you're not alone. While t he 21st-century information age has given us instant access to seemingly everything, it's also created unbearable pressure. With rarely enough hours in each day, stress and anxiety are rising at alarming levels with no end in [...]
 
Book: Searching for Abraham - A Roadmap to Political Change by Geoffrey Robinson
Regardless of your party affiliation, if there was a simple legal system for radically changing the toxic environment in Washington: Would you use it? With the ease of tapping an app on your smart phone you'd become involved? Tapping that app will result in a radical change in the direction of the ship of state. That radical change provides people both the time and opportunity to search for their [...]
 
Book: Educated for Leadership - An Unspoken Tool for Change by Morolayo Anne Owoputi
This is a great book that shows you how to learn and use your education to lead and create change. You don't know how truly educated or uneducated you are until you read this book and you are able to objectively assess your being schooled. It is a great resource for young minds to know what kind of knowledge to pursue and how to use these acquired knowledge to effect great changes in their lives, [...]
 
Book: The Gifts of Change by Nancy Christie
According to The Gifts of Change, the most ordinary of daily events can lead to a better understanding of oneself and inspire a new life perspective - the "gift" that comes with the change. The book asks three questions: Do you keep the promises you make to yourself? Do you have memories that nourish you and feed your soul? Do you really know yourself, what you're capable of doing, all the people [...]
 
Book: See the Beauty, Not the Beast - A simple guide to making positive, effective changes in your life - for good! by Tammy Ann Smith
When you were a little child, did you envision your adult life like you are living it now or was your future painted in fairy-tale colors? Now, is your life aligned with that childhood vision, that heart-yearning dream you used to have? If you are like billions of others, you would probably answer no to these questions. You are in almost all likelihood, not living your dream right now. You are [...]
 
Book: Change of Pace by Sofia Essen
What do you do when you get dumped, fired, and turn thirty in a single unfortunate week? You book the last available ticket on the next plane to Greece. Or at least that's what the normally unadventurous Anna Cox does in a moment of uncharacteristic spontaneity. When she panics as she belatedly realizes that not booking a hotel room in a country she knows nothing about might not have been the [...]
 
Book: Managing Millie by Brenda Beausoleil
None of it should have happened. Senator Millicent Hodge wanted Starbucks but refused to leave the SUV. Her security detail left the SUV running to minimize the heat in Texas. Sam and Emma, who dreamed of being Uber drivers but had a car that quit working, were only behind the Starbucks to do a little dumpster diving when they saw the empty SUV. What's a potential Uber driver to do when presented [...]
 
Book: Disequilibrium - A World Out Of Kilter by Thierry Malleret
"Disequilibrium" is an essay at the intersection of economics, geopolitics, and political and environmental science: it connects the dots between various academic disciplines and does a great job at simplifying the increasing complexity of today's world. It contends that in the foreseeable future, our world will be lurching from one global crisis to the next as it becomes much more susceptible to [...]
 
Book: Choose to Change - It´s your life - 25 steps to self-discovery and peace of mind by Jacqui Penn
Free PDF journal offer inside - It's your life: Choose how to live it. Do you want peace of mind and contentment? Is your happiness important to you? Do you have a vision for your life, but feel uncertain how to make your vision a reality? Choose to Change: It's your life, will show you, in easy to follow steps, how to unlock the life you want. After training in behavioural therapy and working [...]
 
Book: You Are a Gift - Unleash Your Innate Talents and Change Your Life by Edwin Shaw
Talent is a part of our biology as human beings. Everyone has one, and many have two or three or a hundred; but many are totally unaware of their gifts. Life is short to explore your all talents. Are you one of those people? Maybe you haven't had the opportunity to explore them. Maybe you are skeptical. Maybe you just don't know how to do it. In this guide, you will find simple, step-by-step [...]
 
Book: The Art of Working for Yourself by H. Gerald Grinter
The Art Of Working for Yourself, is a step by step guide on how to work for yourself no matter who you work for and why. This book will not only change the way you think. It will change how you work and live. Isn't it time you stopped living to work and worked to live? Buy or download your copy today and start your life now.
 
Book: Success - Your Self Miracle - Success Factors That Will Change Your Life by Graham Bowall
Discover What Other Success Books Will Never Teach You! Entrepreneur Reveals His Secrets Of Success That Worked For Him And Will Work For You Too! Most success books are full of convoluted theories that most people will find difficult to understand and apply in their life. Your Self Miracle is different. It will take you from where you are now to achieving anything that you want in life. It is [...]
 
Book: Polar City Dreaming - How Climate Change Might Usher In The Age Of Polar Cities by Stephan Malone
Stephan Malone has written a book that, if you read it carefully, will change your life and the way you look at the future. Read it in that spirit, and remember that life in so-called "polar cities"arrayed around the shores of an ice-free Arctic Ocean in a greenhouse-warmed world is coming down the road in the distant future. Not now, not yet. But soon. A hundred years? Three hundred years? Five [...]
 
Book: BREAKING GOOD - Managing Flatulence For Better Health And Confidence by Chuks Ajuzie
Breaking Good is a good awareness book about discoveries made by an author who spends majority of time on things relating to health and fitness. He has an intuitive grasp on the effects of flatulence and steps to manage it as it has huge roles in ones well-being. Have you ever wondered why your knees aches sometimes even when you have not sustain any recent injuries ; Why you get cranky with no [...]
 
Book: Mindfulness Meets Emotional Awareness - 7 Steps to learn the Language of your Emotions. Change your Perspective. Change your Life (The Intelligence of ...
"Thoughtful. Articulate. Essential! This book will teach you how to establish a healthy communication between your reason and your emotions" - Alicia Heraz, Eng. PhD. Founder and CEO Emotions Matter Using her unique talent in talking about the complexities of our mind and our emotions in a language that is accessible and without jargon, in this exciting new book, internationally acclaimed expert [...]
 
Book: Winds of Change (Look to the Future) by Mary Metcalfe
Boston social worker Jennifer Barrett is re-building her life after losing her husband and daughter in a plane crash. She helps young client Mark Powell find work at the senior's residence where her father lives. After learning Mark hasn't seen his father, an internationally-known broadcast journalist, in over four years she can't understand how a father could abandon his only son to chase war [...]
 
Book: Don't Take Your Shoes Off! by Adam Mann
There is no doubt that ladies who wear high heels look great! I had written several novellas that featured the heroine in high heels - red, black, and even thigh boots with stiletto heels. This publication gave me the opportunity to write a full length manuscript about three ladies in differing predicaments. Because I have lived and worked in Asia for many years one of my stories is initially [...]
 
Book: Cycle 26 - Winter is Here by Joe Dacy
He'd see seen them in the scope of his M-16: Ravagers, surging through the snow drifts along the rural Texas highway. For 11 years without summer, Meteorologist and Forager John Snowden has fought the Ice Line, the leading edge of climate apocalypse that has buried the country in snow from Chicago to Dallas. Now, he has one goal: survive the next 50 miles. But then he hears the sound that will [...]
 
Book: Extreme Change by Gary Beck
Extreme Change follows a young family, led by a strong woman, Beth, who leads them from decaying Detroit to N.Y.C. At first all goes well in a sub-let in the East Village. The landlord tries to get rid of them and when that fails, he sends an arsonist who burns their apartment. They have no friends or family and are forced into the horrors of the homeless system. Beth keeps her family intact, [...]
 
Book: Mission by Philip Spires
Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreign churches, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends. Boniface, a young church worker, and his wife, Josephine, have just lost their child. They did not make it to the hospital in time, possibly because Michael [...]
 
Book: Helga's Red Thigh Boots by Adam Mann
When a man meets a woman it is not always possible to show his feelings: A Canadian journalist, aka Fred, finds a place to stay with a lady, aka Hufflepuff, and her adult son in Rotterdam. At first it is very comfortable until the lady develops mid-life shivering fits in the presence of the journalist. The shivering is prelude to several passionate encounters! When the journalist is recalled to [...]
 
Book: Thicker than Blood by Thea Hartley
When coalminer Davy is seriously injured in a pit accident it makes life very hard for him and his wife Marie. It is 1940 and besides the constraints of rationing, they become poor and I'll. in desperation, Marie takes a job in a local factory, earning money for her family. She meets the charismatic Tony who had been invalided out of the forces. They fall in love and she feels happier than she [...]
 
Book: The Introduction of Self (Somewhere In Between) by Joe Charogoff
The book is truly meant to be an introduction to understanding our own humanity. It deals with changing your perspective in order to see your mentality for what it is... you. The idea is to change your view before you try and change anything else, including yourself, because only then can you see that there is more to everything than what you assumed. We can and do assume what is important. But [...]
 
Book: The Goddess Handbook by Kassandra Morgante & Lilly White
This book is written for women who want to embrace their Goddess-given right to be feminine, each in her own beautiful, individual way. It is for women of all ages, from teenage girls to experienced women, or any man who wants to get in touch with his feminine side. This handbook is also a workbook. Month by month, we lay out how to reconnect with the inner Goddess (iG) through a series of [...]
 
Book: New Beginnings (Look to the Future) by Mary Metcalfe
Workaholic real estate agent Carol Brock can't seem to find a good man. Her first husband cheated with a law clerk less than half his age. Then she found herself in a string of bad relationships with unscrupulous men, including a con man and art thief, who shredded her professional reputation and strained her relationship with her college-age children. Carol has sworn off men and is determined to [...]
 
Book: The Iraql Debacle -- a Wrecktrospective by Appleton Schneider
From so soon after 9/11, the intent to invade Iraq seemed inane, if not insane. There was no evidence linking Saddam to the attack. That he supposedly had hordes of weapons of mass destruction poised to be instantly deployed, made the months'-long military buildup seem absurd. Worse, our significantly "overland" march of our troops into Iraq!! And so much else just didn't make sense. For example, [...]
 
Book: Wish to reality by Leonard Vernon
Did you ever wonder why some people are successful, rich and happy while others has failure and bad luck even if they are working hard every day? Are you familiar with Murphy's law "if anything can go wrong, it will"? The Wish to Reality book of Leonard Vernon shows that the Murphy's law and the secret of successful people is like a two sides of the same coin. Two results of the same mechanism of [...]
 
Book: One Day the Weatherman by Douglas Rappaport
One Day the Weatherman is the story of Lucas Neary, a young musician coming of age in the 1970's and 80's. From the onset, Lucas is forced to deal with the unexpected death of his older brother, his odd and emotionally unavailable mother, and his suddenly absent father, while making the painful and insightful journey to becoming a man. Moving and often hilarious, the story follows Lucas through [...]
 
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