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Book: Roaring Courage, Unshakeable Confidence - Take control over your anxieties, and have courage! Take risks...face your fears head-on....and you will live a ...
Have creative confidence and the courage to change! To live a bold life, you need take action to build your confidence. Do not settle for less - If you hold back because of doubt or fear, you live small and cheat yourself out of a happy fulfilled life. Life is too short to stay stuck in one spot in time. It's time to let go of your excuses, to be brave, to make an intentional choice to do what it [...]
 
Book: Mental Models - Your Complete Guide to Decision Making, Problem Solving and Logical Analysis by Nathan Walker
Would you like to rise above the crowd and become exceptionally good at whatever you do? Everything in life is a result of a thought. Someone had to think about a chair before he was able to invent it; Someone had to think about a book before he could write it; and someone had to think of a smartphone to produce it in reality. But who are those people who think in such a brilliant way, that their [...]
 
Book: The Process of Decision Making in Chess - Volume 2 - Goals and Plans by Philip Ochman
Long-awaited, the second volume of "The Process of Decision Making in Chess" acts as a natural yet independent sequel. It teaches a very practical and applicable approach to decision making in chess - for you who have already read volume 1, it will serve as a guide for the practical application of the theory you studied, and as the next step in your studies and your understanding of chess. For [...]
 
Book: The Process of Decision Making in Chess - Mastering the Theory by Philip Ochman
This guidebook will teach you how to make correct decisions in chess at every phase of the game, whether you are a total beginner or an expert. Designed for self study , it includes all the material being taught at the first part of the way to improve in chess- creating a solid foundation in the process of decision making in chess, upon which all future knowledge is based. Understanding how to [...]
 
Book: Think Well & Prosper by Steve Bareham
This award-winning book was researched and written by college educator Steve Bareham. Its evolutionary ideas and practical processes have benefited people worldwide for the past 15 years. Readers learn precisely what to do to think effectively. This includes proper cognitive sequencing to attend to decoding, interpretation, level 6 questioning, analysis, reasoning, inferencing, logic, and [...]
 
Book: New Sheets - 30 Days to Refine You into the Woman You Can Be by Cindy K. Sproles
Selah Finalist Need to change your husband? Change your sheets. Want to change jobs? Change your sheets. Long for new adventure in your life? New sheets may help change your attitude. God uses our life experiences to shape us. When the friction of frustration chaffs the skin, God offers us respite and rest. For author Cindy Sproles, sleeping on worn-out sheets meant holding on to the past, but [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Leadership Myth - Discover the Power of Collaborationship by Christian Monö
Leadership has long been seen as one of the most vital and influential factors in both social and organizational development. It is believed to play a central part in how humans interact and collaborate. But where do these beliefs come from? Is it true that leaders shape the world we live in? What is a leader and why do people dislike the idea of being a follower? In this thought-provoking book, [...]
 
Book: The Three Pillar Model for Business Decisions - Strategy, Law and Ethics by George Siedel
Your friend decides to order a pizza. President Obama decides to authorize the mission that leads to the death of Osama bin Laden. You decide that your business should launch a new product. What do these decisions have in common? They all require using the Three Pillar model of decision making. Our personal, leadership, and business decisions are based on a Law Pillar, a Strategy Pillar, and an [...]
 
Book: How to be a Chief Operating Officer - 16 Disciplines for Success by Jennifer Geary
Chief Operating Officer is one of the most complex senior management roles in organisations today. It embraces a range of disciplines, from Technology to Human Resources, from Legal to Risk. Yet, unlike other senior executive roles, there is no established framework or body of knowledge to support the COO. This book de-mystifies the COO role and breaks it into 16 core elements; the three [...]
 
Book: How to Make Soap at Home - The Simple Soap Making Guide for Beginners! Discover How to Easily Make Gorgeous Looking & Beautifully Scented Homemade Soap! ...
"How to Make Soap at Home - A Better Way to Make Homemade Soap" Soap making is a beloved pastime that has stood the test of time for thousands of years but, in the modern world, we expect a little more from our soap than the simple ability to clean. In this book, you will discover the basics of soap making and then learn how to expand your expertise to make soaps that are entirely guided by your [...]
 
Book: How to Make Candles at Home - The Simple Candle Making Guide for Beginners! Discover How to Easily Make Gorgeous Looking & Beautifully Scented Homemade ...
"...How to Make Candles at Home - The Best Guide to Candle Making in the Kindle Store..." (NOW WITH PICTURES!) * * LIMITED TIME OFFER! 50% OFF! (Regular Price $5.99) * * Ever wanted to learn how to make homemade candles? Well, now you can! Monica, a long time candle making expert, shares with you her years of experience and teaches you her unique ways of making beautifully scented and gorgeous [...]
 
Book: Mining Your Database - Making More Sales Through People You Already Know by Steve Hoffacker
"Mining Your Database: Making More Sales Through People You Already Know" is a special type of sales book that has been prepared to help you be more successful. It has been needed and now is available to make a real impact on professional selling. Years in the making and fully field tested, the concepts in this book are solid. They are ready to use "right out of the box" or can be adapted to suit [...]
 
Book: Tracy's Decision (Book 3 in The Unicorn Series) by JL Collins
Tracy Fox and her 5 closest friends, the Unicorns, arrived home from a girls vacation in Cancun where they spent time relaxing, playing beach volleyball and clubbing. The time she spent with her friends seemed to be the highlight of her life. Tracy was a single 25 year-old who works from home as a book editor. Her life wouldn't even look good on paper for a personal's ad. Her life starts to take [...]
 
Book: A Decision of Faith (Dreams of Plain Daughters Book 4) by Diane Craver
Two worlds... Violet Robinson grew up straddling the world of her father, a U.S. Senator, and her mother, who was raised Amish. Then Violet gets the chance to live in an Amish house without modern amenities. Violet's father hopes this will make her realize how hard an Amish life is, but the opposite happens. Especially when Violet finds herself falling for Luke. A world apart... Although buggy [...]
 
Book: Chances and Choices - Books 1 AND 2 of The Chances and Choices Duology ~ Taking Chances & Making Choices by Ann Omasta
Both of the Davis twins are sexy and irresistible. Who will you choose--#TeamSeth or #TeamSam? In Taking Chances, the first book in this fast-paced and exciting series, we meet Abigail Brown, a 28-year-old divorcee who has never felt sexually satisfied, much to her chagrin. Despite being self-conscious about what she considers to be her body's failings, she has built a terrific life for herself [...]
 
Book: Can A Beer Mat Change Your Life? - Money Making Musings Of An Island-Hopping Internet Entrepreneur! by Roy Carter
Freedom means different things to different people. For me, it means not having some boss telling me what to do and where to go and when to go there. It means not having to wake up in the morning until my body feels like it. It means never having to worry about monthly bills any more. It means being able to take days off in the middle of the week, or just deciding on a whim to go and live on an [...]
 
Book: Making Choices (The Chances and Choices Duology - Book 2 of 2 - Contemporary Romance) by Ann Omasta
Both of the Davis twins are sexy and irresistible. Will you choose the sweet and sensitive brother or the rakish bad boy? In Taking Chances, the first book in this exciting series, we met Abigail Brown, a 28-year-old divorcee who had never felt sexually satisfied, much to her chagrin. Despite being self-conscious about what she considered to be her body's failings, she had built a terrific life [...]
 
Book: Aftermath by Steven Paul Germane'
Mom is missing, Dad is literally losing it the longer the two of them are apart, and my brothers aren't my brothers-or so it seems. Patrick is doing things that remind me of Phil and me. He is just a lost cause because of his luck with women. And me . . . I am torn between two brothers and don't want to choose between the two of them. They both give me something different, and they both love me. [...]
 
Book: AMERICA'S GREATEST BLUNDER - The Fateful Decision to Enter World War One by Burton Yale Pines
Entering World War One against Germany was America's greatest blunder of the 20th century. America had no reason to join the devastating and stalemated three-year-old European struggle. The two million doughboys, as they affectionately were called, whom America sent to the Western Front shattered the battlefield stalemate and won the war. This allowed Britain and France to impose a devastating [...]
 
Book: Self-extermination. Sounds Like a Plan - Also Includes Give Me a Burger and Hold the Fries and Brain Circus and (3 Essays About Donald J. Trump) and ...
So you've decided to journey back through time and kill every single reincarnation of yourself that has ever been in an attempt to prevent yourself from ever having been born. What could possibly go wrong? Um, pretty much everything does. The book also includes "Give Me a Burger and Hold the Fries", a story where the main character is engaged in an epic battle, squaring off against an eight foot [...]
 
Book: Making Waves by Nell Dixon
Cassidy Jones needs a holiday and her friend's cottage in New Bay sounds perfect. The beach could heal the bruises from losing her job and her fiance. Perfect for some time alone to gather her thoughts and heal her broken heart. Josh Parker is also looking forward to a much needed break after eighteen months of non-stop work. His out-of-town friend offers her cottage, and Josh thinks it would be [...]
 
Book: Destiny and Faith Go To Twincentric Academy! by Teddy O' Malley
Double Trouble! Destiny and Faith enter second grade in a school for twins. They make enemies and friends and have to step in when friends fall out. This is the least of their troubles however. When the principal has a plan to force all twins to dress alike, Destiny and Faith take a stand. There is going to be trouble - on the double. EXCERPT After lunch I still sat next to Grace, and Faith still [...]
 
Book: You Can't Shatter Me by Tahlia Newland
Sixteen-year-old Carly is set to become top of her art class until bully-boy Justin gives her a viscous payback for standing up for one of his victims. Her boyfriend, karate-trained nerd Dylan, wants to smash the guys face in, but a fight at school means suspension, losing his chance at school honors and facing a furious father. Carly is determined to find a more creative solution to her problem, [...]
 
Book: Second Chances (Time) by Lincoln Cole
Nichole is caught in a tough position. She is juggling too many responsibilities as her world falls apart. She isn't sure where she can turn to for help, and she is facing a lot of harsh realities about just how much society can hold her back. Richard is a corporate lawyer who lost his way. He wants to help Nichole through this heartbreaking situation, but he makes mistakes and loses her trust. [...]
 
Book: The Analyst - The making and the breaking of a spy by Erich Penhoff
Marcel Bering was the top ranked Analyst in the German interior intelligence service. Then he felt he needed to see the results of his assessments in the field. Marcel got his wish, a team was formed from three of Europe's agencies. MIT from Turkey sent Kareem Oxzcsan, from Greece the EYP sent Captain Chloe Tsarikis. Of course the beginning was all sunshine and easy assignments, until Peshawar! [...]
 
Book: Making a Superstar Company by Rick Polson
You are getting ready to start or you just started a new business. You are an expert in your current field such as Shoe Retail, Heating/AC or Business-to-Business Sales. You are stuck as to how to build your customer base and continue to gain customers. That is why I wrote this book, to help you do just that. This book is for anyone about to start a business or anyone who has a business that has [...]
 
Book: Make Up Or Break Up - Making the Most of your Marriage by Valentine Williams
A clear, concise method to show couples how to break the cycle of problems and save their relationship. * A positive book with the focus on repairing relationships where possible * Most marriages have difficult patches - all couples have to commit to keeping their marriage alive * Helps readers to understand the fundamentals of a relationship or marriage Mary Williams believes that marriage is [...]
 
Book: Enthusiastic Annabel - When Making Cakes Is so Much Fun, It's Impossible to Stop at One! by Elise Lowe
Annabel is a very enthusiastic, young armadillo. She loves learning new tricks but also has a tendency to get completely carried away.That's exactly what happens when her grandma teaches her how to make chocolate biscuit cake - she makes far more than her family can ever hope to eat.But Annabel is determined no cake should go to waste...
 
Book: Making the Wright Connections by Ruby Caine
Jeanne St. Amant returned to her home town ready to regroup after a failed musical career. Officer Daniel Wright welcomed her home with a lecture about speeding. Suddenly her boring home town does not seem so awful after all. After a rocky start, the couple start a committed relationship. Jeanne learns the hard way that Daniel does not have a problem putting a stop to any behavior he finds [...]
 
Book: Making Money from Computers by Paul Keller
Do you want to earn more money? Do you have access to a computer? Then you can earn more money! This book does not promise a get rich quick scheme. For most that are not born into money life is about hard work and if applied you can indeed make money, even a living and maybe a fortune - but don't quote me on that last statement! This book is a sharing of my professional life's computing [...]
 
Book: 50-50 by Roger E. Bruner
A greedy businessman who's turned his back on love and friendship believes he will die at the age of fifty. But what if he doesn't? Bryan Centuria's teen friend Tommy owns everything Bryan's parents can't afford to give their adopted son. He's determined to become richer than Tommy's millionaire father when he grows up. Ongoing grief over the loss of a special friend and unrelenting guilt about [...]
 
Book: The Summer of Superheroes and the Making of Iron Boy by Mary Webb
The title of this book refers to the summer of 2008 and my then-5-year-old son Quentin, who was and will always be my hero. See, Quentin battled leukemia and put up an amazing fight like only a superhero can. He is the world's first-ever cord and placental blood transplant recipient, all courtesy of his little sister Jory, an unexpected pregnancy. Sort of a superhero herself. Iron Girl, I guess [...]
 
Book: Striking Out by Robert Lamb
Striking Out, a coming-of-age story, was my first novel. Nominated for the PEN/Hemingway Award, it seems to resonate most with males who came of age in the 1950s. Published in 1991, the novel is still in print and I still get phone calls from readers in other parts of the USA who tell me that their coming-of-age experience was exactly the same as that depicted in Striking Out. I rejoiced to hear [...]
 
Book: Revenge of the Dorkoids - The Secret Club Begins by Holly Beck
In grade school, being smart doesn't warrant the same level of respect and acceptance as being a talented athlete. Athletes are considered stronger, faster, and more popular - all-important traits for elementary school children. Smart kids are generally perceived to be 'dorks or nerds' and are often the social underdogs/less popular kids.
 
Book: Decoding Dylan - Making Sense of the Songs That Changed Modern Culture by Jim Curtis
Taking readers behind Bob Dylan's familiar image as the enigmatic rebel of the 1960s, this book reveals a different view--that of a careful craftsman and student of the art of songwriting. Drawing on revelations from Dylan's memoir Chronicles and a variety of other sources, the author arrives at a radically new interpretation of his body of work, which revolutionized American music and won him [...]
 


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