Nine years ago, best-selling author and business consultant Mark Sanborn introduced the world to Fred, his postman, who delivered extraordinary service in simple but remarkable ways. Fred’s story inspired millions. Companies - even, cities - were inspired to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary each day. Today, with stiff competition from the networked global economy, delivering extraordinary results is more important than ever. With Fred 2.0, Mark not only revisits the original Fred to gain new insights, but also equips all of us with new strategies to achieve more.
From one of the most admired and beloved couples in recent American history, an extraordinarily moving story of public service, risk-taking, romance - and the journey toward recovery. This book delivers hope and redemption in the face of the tragic shooting, and introduces two unforgettable heroes.
This new series from Chicken Soup for the Soul presents inspirational stories followed by positive, practical medical advice for caregivers and patients. It provides the perfect blend of emotional support and vital information on breast cancer. Chicken Soup for the Soul partners with top doctors to give you the information you need to survive - and the positive inspiration to thrive. Each book features beautifully written stories plus information on diet, lifestyle, diagnosis, procedures, caregiving, and more.
"Laughing & learning at the same time."
In this special edition of talkSPORT's My Sporting Life, Danny Kelly tells the extraordinary story of Wimbledon FC in the 1980s, as the nonleague club that rose through the divisions to the top flight and a famous FA Cup victory. Joining him in the studio are Dave Bassett, Mark Morris, Wally Downes and Lawrie Sanchez.
Former English cricketer Mark Ramprakash talks everything cricket with Danny Kelly. The right-hand batsman made his name playing for Middlesex and was selected for England when he was 21. In 2012 he was selected to coach the England Lions in India. Find out more in his interview.
After the 2011 Tucson shooting that nearly took her life, basic questions consumed Gabby Giffords and her family: Would Gabby survive the bullet through her brain? Would she walk again? Speak? Her hard-won recovery, though far from complete, has now allowed her and Mark to ask larger questions that confront us as a nation: How can we address our nation’s epidemic of gun violence? How can we protect gun rights for law abiding citizens, while keeping firearms out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill?
Abigail, the woodmouse; Russell, the hedgehog; Edgar, the mole; and Michelle, the badger, known to their teacher as the Furlings, come face-to-face with dangers unintentionally brought to their forest world by the human pursuit of "progress". This is a tie-In audio novelization for Hanna-Barbera's final theatrically released animated motion picture, based upon characters and a concept created by Rae Lambert.