In this age of complexity and rapid change, robots and Big Data, globalization and a flatter world, the rules have changed. Traditional strategic planning no longer guarantees success. Uncertainty, empowered consumers, and networked corporations call for a new approach.
For those who like their erotica fast and frenzied, the genre's most popular raconteur offers you 69: Sultry Short Erotic Stories of Need and Desire. In this delightfully dirty collection, Alison Tyler has gathered the crème de la crème of erotic fiction authors to pen 69 brief romps–among them, Violet Blue, Donna George Storey, Thomas S. Roche, John Albert, Kristina Lloyd, Justine Elyot and Jeremy Edwards.
"ultra-hot stories, all excellently read."
Executive presence is a quality that everyone wants and very few know how to achieve. Seeing Yourself As Others Do - Authentic Executive Presence at Any Stage in Your Career tells you what authentic executive presence is and how develop your own executive presence.
"Read This Before You Buy!"
Dance with a lobster, telephone an elephant or knock on a moonlit door - this collection includes magical, macabre, dramatic, funny, bizarre, absurd, delightful, moving and charming poems by Lewis Carroll, A.A. Milne, Edward Lear, Hilaire Belloc, Kenneth Grahame and many others. Readers such as Anton Lesser, Simon Russell-Beale and Timothy West bring the lines beautifully to life and make this an ideal introduction to some of the best-loved children's poetry.
"A treasure in poetry"
Arthur Ford was an American psychic, spiritual medium, and foudner of the Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship. Thomas Merton was an Anglo-American Catholic writer, mystic, and Trappist monk. Harry Edwards was a well-known spiritual healer, teacher, and author. Ernest Holmes was an American spiritual writer, teacher, and leader.
"Half Baked Cake"
The goal of Foundations of Social Understanding: A Theory and Institutions Based Introduction to Sociology is to convey the essential aspects of sociology, keeping the focus on the theoretical ideas that form the backbone of the discipline. This book fills a niche for instructors and students who wish to have a rigorously presented, yet low-cost text that covers essential aspects of the field.
Selected Poems by Edward Thomas (1878-1917) is read by Greg Wagland for Magpie Audio. The selection is as follows: 'March", "Old ManTears", "But These Things Also", "Melancholy", "The Glory", "Words", "Aspens", "This is No Case of Petty Right or Wrong", "Rain", "No One So Much As You", "The Sun Used to Shine", "As the Team’s Head-Brass", "Gone, Gone Again", and "Lights Out The Lane".
How To Own a Human is a selection of writings about cats and for cats. As well as stories and poems, it also includes rhymes, proverbs, fables and quotations, plus instructions for cats on how to train their humans - a sort of "Open Mew-niversity" course for felines. READERS: Ellen Dryden is an actor, writer and director working mainly for the stage and radio. She read English at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford and after graduating she won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
"Must Read for CAT people"
A comprehensive collection of poetry celebrating Wales ,including contributions by W. H. Davis, Edward Thomas, and Aneurin.
It's not so much the decisions a man does make that mark him as a Man - but the ones he refrains from making. Like the decision, "I've had enough!"
This edition of CatoAudio features welcoming remarks by Cato President Edward H. Crane; appreciation of Milton Friedman by Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Thomas Sowell; presentation of the Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty by Newsweek International Editor Fareed Zakaria; and remarks by Hernando de Soto, recipient of the 2004 Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty.
"Want America First? Try Free Trade" is from the November 16, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Thomas J. Bollyky and Edward Alden and narrated by Kristi Burns.
A collection of six classic chilling horror stories including "The Three Strangers", "The Phantom Coach", "The Open Window", and "The Travellers Story of a Terribly Strange Bed".
We all love animals, even if sometimes its only from afar on TV or at a zoo. But many of us have felt a closer friendship and companionship with our friends in the animal world. We talk and react to them as if they really do understand us. Perhaps they do. In this volume Hardy, Thackeray, Carroll, DH Lawrence, Emily Dickinson, and many others share their words with our ears.