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  • The Canceled Czech: An Evan Tanner Novel | Lawrence Block

    The Canceled Czech: An Evan Tanner Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 40 mins)
    • By Lawrence Block
    • Narrated By Alan H. Sklar
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    Ever since a shred of shrapnel did a number on his brain's sleep center, Even Tanner has been awake 24/7. This gives him more time than your average underachiever. Time to learn the world's languages (he's fluent in Basque, but has trouble with Chinese). Time to embrace the world's lost causes and irredentist movements (The Flat Earth Society, the League for the Restoration of Cilician Armenia, the Society of the Left Hand).

  • The Eighty-Twenty Rules: Rules No Longer | William Thomas Novak

    The Eighty-Twenty Rules: Rules No Longer

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 5 mins)
    • By William Thomas Novak
    • Narrated By Alan H. Sklar
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    The Pareto Principle, or the 80/20 Rule, is the product of the mind of Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923). In a nutshell, it asserts that, in most situations, 80% of outcomes are the product or outcome of 20% of efforts. In this audiobook, you will hear how America's new political and social landscape is impacting this principle and how this alteration may affect your life, and the life of others.

  • Settle Down: Find Peace of Mind Right Where You Live | William Thomas Novak

    Settle Down: Find Peace of Mind Right Where You Live

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    • By William Thomas Novak
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    Introductory Conundrum: Would it not be a crushing tragedy to live in a places that never were, ore never will be HOME? To miss that simple fusion of geography, weather, worship, seasons, schools, gainful and creative work, community and family? To miss that PLACE where, like E.T.- we WOULD want to phone, if it WERE HOME? To never really belong, or be a part of the fabric of where we live-and not be fully living where we ARE?

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