Are you looking to generate more real estate leads? Look no further. In the book Real Estate Lead Generation, Brent Driscoll holds nothing back and gives you all of his lead generation tactics. This book is short and to the point. There is no fluff, filler, or vague theories. This one book could add thousands of dollars to your bottom line every year.
"He gives actual resources and steps for generation and retaining leads."
This audiobook will guide you through seven habits which are consistent across all game players, manipulators, narcissists, sociopaths, and liars. Simply by becoming aware of these habits, you'll find yourself being overlooked rather than targeted as another mark by these pernicious, intra-species predators.
"Direct Clear Explanations and Examples of Manipulative Techniques"
Experience eight Haunting ghost stories that will leave you running scared. This is a timeless short story collection you don't want to miss!
During the 1930s, at the height of the Great Depression, thousands of workers began work on the Hoover Dam, built in the Black Canyon, which had been cut by the powerful Colorado River. The Colorado River was responsible for the Grand Canyon, and by the 20th century, the idea of damming the river and creating an artificial lake was being explored for all of its potential, including hydroelectric power and irrigation.
Thomas Edison was named "The Wizard of Menlo Park." He invented the motion picture camera, founded General Electric, and registered over 1000 patents in his lifetime. Enjoy the surprising and entertaining true story of Thomas Edison and rediscover one of history's most prolific figures.
Benjamin Franklin was named "The First American." He was a founding father of the United States, revolutionized our understanding of electricity, and personifies American culture throughout the world. Enjoy the surprising and entertaining true story of Benjamin Franklin and rediscover one of history's most prolific figures.
Of all the peoples of the ancient Near East, the Phoenicians are among the most recognizable but also perhaps the least understood. The Phoenicians never built an empire like the Egyptians and Assyrians; in fact, the Phoenicians never created a unified Phoenician state. Instead, they existed as independent city-state kingdoms scattered throughout the Mediterranean region.
This simple introduction to both the Bhagavad Gita and Patanjali's Yoga Sutras is a gentle way to ease into these ancient texts. Crafted for use in Hatha Yoga studios, teacher training programs and experiential classroom venues, students will find the language of the book friendly and engaging while teachers will find a rich offering of dialogue-encouraging questions and activities to enrich the learning experience.
"Great discussion, poor pronunciation."
John Barleycorn is a novel about the enjoyment of drinking and the struggles of alcoholism.
"I AM NOT AN ALCOHOLIC"
Look around you. Everything you see was bought and sold by someone. If you are considering a sales job, are in one but wallowing in the valley of mediocrity, or just need a "starter match" to get back on track, this book is for you.
Isaac Newton is one of the most influential scientists of all time. He wrote the Principia Mathematica, which transformed our understanding of the physical world; invented calculus; and was knighted by the queen of England. Enjoy the surprising and entertaining true story of Isaac Newton, and rediscover one of history's most prolific figures.
"Short but excellent"
In my profession as a coach I know that to achieve something different a person must first be different and must do different things. An aspect of our life will improve when we improve ourselves, but not before then. It's always in that order. Money is no exception to this rule. So for our economy to change, we have to "change" ourselves. This book discusses that personal change and on doing different things.
"very informative and easy to understand "
The Most Dangerous Game features as its main character a big-game hunter from New York, who becomes shipwrecked on an isolated island in the Caribbean, and is hunted by a Russian aristocrat. The story is an inversion of the big-game hunting safaris in Africa and South America that were fashionable among wealthy Americans in the 1920s.
Albert Einstein was named Time Magazine's Man of the Century. He pioneered modern physics, created the Theory of Relativity, and became a world-renowned celebrity. Enjoy the surprising and entertaining true story of Albert Einstein and rediscover one of history's most prolific figures.
"Enjoyable Enough Biography"
This is a summary and analysis of It Can't Happen Here and not the original book. With news of the dictatorship Adolph Hitler is building in Germany and the fascist regime taking root in Italy, Lewis Sinclair attacks the basic American precept that something of that magnitude cannot happen here.
Previously published as Yeshua's Yoga, The Hidden Message of the Lost Gospel of Thomas unearths the central teaching of this ancient text. The Gospel of Thomas, re-discovered in Nag Hammadi Egypt in 1945, remains one of the most exciting archaeological finds of recent centuries. But how prepared are we to approach this text on its own terms?
Having played the role of a student, postdoc, researcher, research faculty member, author, reviewer, and editor, Kasthurirangan "Rangan" Gopalakrishnan, PhD, fully understands and empathizes with the struggles and pleasures of academic work. In this book, his goal is to assist you to do what you are already doing more effectively and efficiently with minimal stress and possibly to identify and eliminate those activities and habits that interfere with your academic writing productivity.
"not original but good summary of effective ways"
Underwood, Scotch, and Wry is a humorous look at social media through the eyes of a Luddite college professor. Arthur enjoys drinking, the company of his female TAs, and generally being a pain in the butt for the dean of the English department. He has tenure. He hates computers. The dean hates him. Watch as Arthur and the dean engage in an angst filled battle to end (or save) his job. This humorous fiction will keep you listening. If you like social media, blogging, and mockery, you'll enjoy my first satire novel Underwood, Scotch, and Wry.
"70% garbage, 20% insightful, 10% funny"
This book of personal essays captures the passion and frustration of a true constitutional conservative. Del Beyer calls on us to view our nation's founding documents as a finely detailed guide generated from the experience of people living without freedom. If you understand the map and where it all began, you cannot miss that we have strayed off the path defined by our founders and are fast approaching a national crisis.
Johnny has a terrible nightmare. He's soaking wet. It's only a dream, he thinks. As Johnny gets ready to go to school, there's a very weird thing going on. There's no one on the school bus or at school. The only people that are there are Monster Zombies, and they are out to take over the town - and Johnny!
"Starts off scary !"