Today we all face more impossible challenges than ever before. But flash foresight lets you transform the impossible into the possible, revealing hidden opportunities and allowing you to solve your biggest problems before they happen.
Refuge, New Hampshire, is a small town. The kind found on postcards. Their biggest concern is the rowdy summertime revelers making their way up from Massachusetts and New York. And with most of the town's residents in neighboring Ashland, for the Fourth of July fireworks show, Refuge is quieter than usual. That is, until the Baptist church's bell starts ringing - on its own. The bell chimes faster and faster, reaching a frenetic pace, as though rung by the Devil himself. But the bell is just the beginning.
"I am still not so sure about this one..."
Do you want to break free from your addictions? If so, you need to optimize your brain. The brain plays a central role in your vulnerability to addiction and your ability to recover. Brain dysfunction is the number one reason people fall victim to addiction, why they can't break the chains of addiction, and why they relapse.
"Better in print, or in conjunction with print"
Starting where resiliency studies leave off, two psychologists explore the science of remarkable accomplishment in the wake of trauma, revealing the surprising principles that allow people to transform their lives and achieve extraordinary things. Over four billion people worldwide will survive a trauma during their lives. Some will experience severe post-traumatic stress. Most will eventually recover and return to life as normal. But sometimes, survivors do more than bounce back. Sometimes they bounce forward.
Based on the best-selling book, this audio course offers a breakthrough program based on pioneering brain imaging work - clinically successful in helping thousands to find immediate relief and enduring freedom from chemical and behavioral dependencies.
"A big disappointment. Asking for a refund."
Bible translators all over the world are making Bibles that they think are only for Protestant and Baptist believers. But they've been sold a lie! Actually, they have been tricked into also making false bibles for someone else. Most don't know that Christian translators are being trapped into helping create a One-World Bible! And all the translation work is paid for by contributions from Bible believers like you.
"Outstanding Research, Nice Presentation"
Here you will find twisted psyches, peculiar people, and demons of the mind and spirit. If you like your stories dark and scary, come take a stroll through this asylum, hearing ominous whispers or the shrieks of the unhinged echoing in your ears. You'll find yourself glancing nervously over your shoulder, or wondering about that odd-looking person at the bus stop - or even in the mirror. Come in, enjoy the trip, but step carefully, and watch the shadows, for you may never be the same again.
"Creepy & Insightful - Scary Combination!"
Ever wished you read faster? Do you wish you could remember more of what you read? You're not alone, and Dave Daniels has written this book with you in mind. It's time to stop reading the same passages again and again. No longer do you need to "hear the voice in your head" in order to read and understand the words on the page. read. It's time to read it once and make it stick!
"speed Reading Review"
David A. Lubin, chairman of the Sustainability Network, and Daniel C. Esty, a professor of Environmental Law and Policy at Yale, offer valuable lessons for leaders from previous game-changing megatrends.
Reality slides into madness again in these eleven tales from some of New England's finest storytellers. Feel your heartbeat quicken as your senses drift to dark places: the howls of horror, terrifying visions, a hint of mystery in the air, and the bitter taste of death. You may never sleep with the lights off again.
"Narrator does disservice to authors and stories"
Strategic planning needs to be a more integral part of America's foreign policymaking. While thousands of troops are engaged in combat and homeland security concerns abound, long-term coordination of goals and resources would seem to be of paramount importance. A change in presidential administration brings the hope that strategic planning will play an elevated role in U.S. foreign policy. Can policy planners - in the Pentagon, State Department, Treasury, NSC, and National Intelligence Council - rise to the challenge?
Promising Forecast is the true story of five men who start out on a well-planned and exciting deep-sea fishing trip that quickly turns into a harrowing experience. Without any warning, their boat suddenly sinks 30 miles offshore. Shocked and disoriented, they find themselves stranded and helpless in the water for almost 19 hours with only lifejackets and a strong will to live. Each man reacts as the realities of danger and death confront them.
"Impressive story of survival"
"Base Appeals", by David Remnick; "Ninth Avenue Reverie", Oliver Sacks; "The Scene of the Crime", by Seymour M. Hersh; "Life Lines", by Daniel Zalewski; and "Running Free", by Anthony Lane.
David Rhodes and Daniel Stelter offer a measured approach for tackling the challenges posed by an economic crisis.
"On Trial" by Orhan Pamuk; "Cyber City" by Daniel Radosh; "The Baghdad Daily Bugle" by Bruce McCall; "The Inheritance" by Ken Auletta; "Becoming Mary Poppins" by Caitlin Flanagan; and "Beasts and Beauties" by David Denby.
"Witness: 'I Could See People Lying on the Ground'" is from the July 22, 2016 edition of PRI's The World.
As the first story in a series of tales, this volume introduces readers to Bumpen the Knight, a fearless defender of children and vanquisher of monsters large and small. We also meet Wit, a reformed monster whose fate is bound by an unforeseen turn of circumstance to that of the tiny knight's. Speaking in brilliant rhyme, Wit serves as the narrator for much of the story, explaining the history of how their unlikely partnership came to be.
"Rummyache" by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Carnal Knowledge" by Bill Buford; "Vessels" by Daniel Raeburn; "Making Nice" by Sasha Frere-Jones; "Home and Away" by Nancy Franklin; and "Last Impressions" by David Denby.