A lot of people are afraid of failure. Although they know that they can gain financial independence from starting and growing a business, they don't want to try because they know some people who failed in their businesses. They fear that their fate will also happen to them. What they don't realize is that each person is unique. The experience of others may not necessarily be his experience also. His success may not be the success of others.
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Over the last 2,000 years, our understanding of how the human body works, why it works, and how to fix it when it stops working has come a long way. Much of this understanding has come on in great leaps in the last hundred or so years. Medical science and the more recent branches of medicine, like psychology, have all contributed to a whole new understanding of how our bodies work and the ways in which our internal organs function. Until recently, however, one organ and its functions remained elusive: the brain.
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This is the kind of dating book you want to take home to your parents, the kind of dating book that you want to meet all your friends, the kind of dating book that likes the same terrible comedy movies as you. We're going to take a look at the intricacies of dating men and women - from building your confidence right through to sex - in a new way. Let us help you to revolutionize your dating life and look at the world of romance, love, and sex in a whole new way.
Rome 174 AD. As the war continues in the north, Marcus Aurelius orders Gaius Maximus and Rufus Atticus to return to Rome. Enemies lurk in the shadows in the capital, spreading propaganda and sowing dissent. The praetorian guards must lure their enemies out - and defeat them. Yet Maximus is returning home for something, or rather someone, else: Aurelia. The soldier will be caught between his duty and his happiness. Rufus Atticus will also be forced to make a choice, between duty and family.
Britain. 179 AD. The centurion Rufus Atticus is intent on finding Gaius Maximus - a fugitive and friend. Whilst doing so, however, Atticus finds trouble - in the form of the brutal Meriadoc clan. The Emperor, Marcus Aurelius, wants to offer the former praetorian a pardon. Atticus also has important news for Maximus, which will change his life. But as well as offering the soldier a pardon, the Emperor has summoned Maximus to ask him to complete one final mission. He must venture into enemy territory and assassinate Balomar.
There are six main scientific arguments presented in the book for the existence of God. All of them are explained in a very simple and understandable manner, providing answers to all fundamental questions people have been asking themselves during the past centuries. The basic outline of six major logical arguments for the existence of God will help you find the most important words you were looking for your whole life.
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Britain, 55 BC: Julius Caesar’s invasion of the wild and mineral-rich land is becalmed, a stalemate exists between the forces of Rome and Britain. But the standard bearer of the Tenth Legion, Lucius Oppius, is about to display a depth of courage that will change the course of the invasion - and history. Encamped upon the south coast Caesar, admiring the courage and skill of his standard bearer, orders Oppius to accompany a native British archer and go behind enemy lines.
171 AD. Rome is at war with the northern tribes - and is yet to win a significant battle. The Germanic armies have crossed the Danube and have attacked the Empire, slaughtering thousands. The Emperor, Marcus Aurelius, is losing the support of the people and the Senate. Yet he has formed a plan he believes will change the balance of power in the region. Aurelius has dispatched an officer in the Praetorian Guard, the centurion Gaius Maximus, to escort the son and daughter of a powerful German tribal chief.
Pharsalus, 48 BC: The battle will decide the fate of a civil war and empire. Caesar's forces are outnumbered, but he believes his veterans will not be outmatched. For one veteran, the centurion Lucius Oppius, the battle will be about revenge rather than glory. Oppius has vowed to avenge his father's death. His enemy is Flavius Laco - a former gladiator and an agent of Pompey the Great. Against the backdrop of one of Ancient History's most momentous battles two soldiers will wage their own personal war.
Rome, 51 BC: The centurion Lucius Oppius has left the battlefields of Gaul to venture to Rome. But he is about to discover the capital of the Empire can be every bit as dangerous as its provinces. Under orders from Caesar to secure an item of intelligence that will help him become a Consul again, Oppius is manipulated into taking part in a gladiatorial contest. The soldier must not only fight his enemies in the arena however. Marcus Porcius Cato warns "Caesar’s Champion" that victory inside the arena will bring death outside of it.
Ravenna, 50BC. Caesar’s forces stand upon the borders of Gaul and Italy. The prospect of a civil war grows ever likelier each day. But for the veteran soldier Lucius Oppius, this may be one conflict too far. With a new lover, he is tempted to end his long military career - and start a new life. But can any man truly be free of his past and who he is? In Rome, Cicero attempts to secure a peace. Against him, a powerful faction in the Senate is bent upon destroying Caesar, for personal and political reasons.
With the concept of real estate, the first thing that comes to people's minds is selling and buying houses. Some think that you need to have excellent communication and marketing skills in order to succeed in your career if you're into real estate. They say that it's all about the talk, the eye contact, and the perfect sales pitches. But then again, there's more to real estate than selling houses and good sales talk.
Now mind you, some people do not view it as such. They simply get up every day, go to work, come home, have dinner, maybe read the paper, maybe watch some TV, maybe work on a hobby, and eventually go to bed only to do it all over again the next day. Then one day, they wake up 40 years later and all of a sudden they realize that they are 65 years old and the best years of their life are now behind them. As for me, and now you, I have found a better way.
When you listen to this book, you will hear an introduction to part of the early Christian church. You will see the challenges and struggles it faced before Christ returned and how he used Paul to speak to the Thessalonians. You will understand that whatever kinds of challenges you are facing now, the Thessalonians suffered the same. All these things happen in our lives as we wait for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
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Truly, negative emotions can have a great impact in one's life. It can destroy families, relationships, careers, and can even lead to suicide. That is why it is very important that we understand these negative feelings and know the best ways to deal with them. Having heard this book, you can definitely improve on how to live your life positively and prevent negativity to come your way. You can look forward to happier, healthier, and more positive lifestyle then.
This book serves as your first and foremost guide to homesteading. Homesteading is not just a new type of gardening or some fancy way of living that's currently in vogue. It is one of the most ancient methods practiced by several civilizations, as you have understood by now, and the closest way to living in harmony with nature. The homesteading way of life was very common in the past, and people have been consistently growing fruits and vegetables in their backyards from time immemorial.
Raffles, the famous cricketer and amateur cracksman, is back in an original adventure. Harry "Bunny" Manders, Raffles' biographer and accomplice, recounts the tale of the time they broke into the bookshop Hatchard's of Piccadilly. Their mission? To steal a letter, formally owned by one Rene d'Aramis, which if published could compromise a prominent member of the government. Yet even more intriguing than their employment is their employer - a certain Mr Sherlock Holmes of 221b Baker Street.
In this book, we will cover simple steps that will help you begin saving, and change your attitudes to money in the process. Money is an abundant resource, and we need to realize there is plenty to go around. Once you have some savings, it's easy to turn it in to more and more money in a short time. Whether through a business, real estate, stock market, or some other form of investing you can make a lot more money once you have some initial savings.
Raffles decides to undertake a job close to home, at the Albany. His new neighbour is Rupert Robert Fuller, a powerful - and odious - financier. In order to distract Fuller, whilst he breaks into the banker's opulent apartment, Raffles calls upon his friend - the cricketing legend C.B. Fry. Yet how much is Raffles being distracted himself Mary Flanagan, Fuller's beautiful and enigmatic maid? Has someone finally stolen the gentleman thief's heart?
Alesia, 52 BC: The besiegers have become the besieged. Caesar's army stands upon the brink of annihilation, caught between two enemy armies. Ramparts have been constructed, but they must also be defended. The centurion Lucius Oppius believes he will be part of the defence, but Caesar has other plans for the former standard bearer. Oppius is ordered to venture north of Alesia to capture Vercingetorix's war chest of gold.