Now in a revised, expanded, and upgraded edition, Ignite the Fire is the highly practical approach to personal training already relied on by thousands of trainers worldwide. Repeatedly called one of the "best books for personal trainers", it provides a clear road map teaching you how to become a personal trainer, to getting a personal trainer certification, to building your career from the bottom up so you can build a clientele, your reputation, and income.
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Are you sharing great work, but it seems nobody is listening? Does it seem like you're at the mercy of social networks' mysterious algorithms? Do you feel like it is an insurmountable task to understand and leverage social media? In Viralnomics: How to Get People to Want to Talk About You, Jonathan Goodman shows you how to appeal to people's desires and get them to share your message as an extension of themselves.
"Relevant, insightful, and actionable"
Sure to capture the imagination of devotees of true crime and the occult, this anthology of 13 true crime stories includes the mysterious slaying of Charles Walton, who was found slashed and pierced to death in an area notorious for its associations with black magic; the murder of Eric Tombe, whose body was located because of a recurring dream in which his mother saw Eric down a well; the terrorizing of Hammersmith, London, in the early 19th century by the nocturnal appearance of a "ghost"; and much more.
This audiobook takes the listener on a journey from building an online presence to enhancing their Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn strategies. Along the way, the listener will learn secrets of social media marketing and how to make their sites accessible for all devices. For the novice, this audiobook is a step into the adventure of online marketing. For the expert, this audiobook serves as a refresher of critical areas needed to succeed.
"Jonathan kept it short and simple"
As a true crime book, Tracks to Murder is witty and informative and enriches these classic American murder cases by placing them within their original settings. Goodman also plays them against their locations as they are today, resulting in a series of character sketches both contemporary and historical. As a travel book, it presents the seasoned reflections of a cultivated English writer on American manners and morals observed during his serendipitous transcontinental journey.