A leader in the commercial real estate field, Mike Lipsey first burst on the national scene in 1981, when his Louisiana-based firm was acquired by the commercial group of Coldwell Banker. From that time on, Mike has parlayed earlier achievements into continued success, most notably in the acquisition of office buildings, apartment complexes and shopping centers throughout the Gulf South.
"Oldie but goodie"
Let's face it. Just as with any other kind of investment, you can make a mint or lose your shirt in commercial real estate ventures. Usually, however, it is the gamblers and the novices who lose and the knowledgeable insiders and prudent investors who gain. Real Estate, a program endorsed by the National Association of Realtors, is not a "get rich quick" program. It has been developed for the serious commercial real estate investor... the person who looks before he leaps.
"Good Book but written in the 80's, So #'s Outdated"
Nineteen gut-wrenching reports from the front lines of the War of the Worlds, as logged by Albert Einstein, Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, H.P. Lovecraft, Winston Churchill, Jules Verne, and many of the other most famous writers of the time. The most popular and acclaimed science fiction writers of today relive the Martian invasion through the eyes of their famous predecessors.
You've probably heard the advice put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others. This is true both in airplanes and in classrooms. You have to take care of yourself before you can help someone else. If teachers are stressed out and exhausted, how can they have the patience, positive energy, and enthusiasm to provide the best instruction for students? Author Mike Anderson asked that question as a teacher himself, and the answers he found form the basis of The Well-Balanced Teacher.
Today's real estate marketing is more challenging than it has ever been. The only way you can become successful is by being as well educated as possible. You simply need to know all facts, and no one can teach you what you need to know better than the men who regularly teach industry professionals: Mike Lipsey and Jerry Anderson.
Life for Josh isn't the easiest. He moved into a new school, attracted the wrath of Brenda, an opinionated and quite capable classmate who believes John is making up wild stories and passing them off as true. A school field trip to a local retirement home unearths a bit of the town's unspoken oral history. It seems Alice and Henry -- two teenagers who lived in Wagston long before Josh -- had run away causing embarrassment to their families. Josh is taken into the confidence of the corn leading him to a meeting with a long-dead Alice.
In conversational, professional storyteller's cadence, Mike Anderson communicates a wealth of vivid, down-home imagery--perfect for kids! Stories include genuine imitation Davy Crockett hats, 25-cent movies, Schwinn Sting Ray bicycles, October moons, and crawdad fishing next to a graveyard.
"Great Sled Race"
Devoted to the travels of Mike and his next door neighbor Denny! From the time of living in the country, to moving moving to town and first meeting Denny, to sling-shotting Denny's cousin into space, this is a recording for every kid! Includes: "Hey Didle Diddle", "Peas", "The New School", "The Return of the Poultrygeist", and "Riding Trees".