No one likes to diet, but this book will encourage and inspire listeners with its positive, practical, and purposeful stories of dieting and fitness. You'll find hope, help, and hints on getting fit and staying healthy in these stories from those who have been there, done that, and maintained it. Stories about wake-up calls and realizations, moving more and eating better, self-esteem and support, will motivate any listener looking to start fresh or needing a boost.
"Heart Warming But Not A Must Read"
There’s nothing better than hearing the success stories of other people. Listen to what worked for them and what didn’t. You’ll find your own path to success in these 101 stories about getting fit and shaping the right body for you.
"A great walking companion :)"
No one likes to diet, but the personal stories in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Shaping the New You will encourage and inspire listeners with positive, practical, and purposeful tales of dieting and fitness. This is a great book for anyone embarking on a healthier lifestyle.
"Inspiring stories from various points of view"
This is a free-flowing conversation between two authors who are intimate with their subject. These guys banter, argue, throw things, and joke about the current state of marketing and an obvious need for a manifesto to REALLY shake things up! In a lively two-hour exchange, the boys of Punk Marketing go at it with verve, gusto, and glee, as they talk through the 15 articles of the manifesto that bolsters their revolution - it's hilarious, irreverent, and timely!
Written by musician/entrepreneur Dave Stewart and branding expert Mark Simmons, The Business Playground offers a revealing look at what creativity is and how to apply it in business through an inspiring mix of scientific studies, anecdotes, high-profile interviews, and thought-provoking games that you can play alone or with your co-workers.
In Punk Marketing, Laermer and Simmons take an irreverent, penetrating look at the seismic change in the relationship between people who sell stuff (products, services, entertainment) and those who purchase it. They demonstrate that to survive in business, a revolutionary approach is needed - one they have branded (you got it) "Punk Marketing". It's one we all need to understand, for the traditional divisions among commerce, content and consumers are continuing to blur ever more rapidly.