A powerful technology for producing change.When we first encountered NLP more than a dozen years ago, we realized it represented a paradigm shift - a completely new way of thinking that makes heightened achievement levels and personal transformation possible.Here's the great reality about NLP: If one person can do something, anyone else can learn how to do it! Now, human excellence can be systematically studied, then reproduced.
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EM Press Slam Poetry Series are readings and performances of the best slam poets in the country. Performing abridged works from their poetry books, this series includes the most significant voices in the slam poetry community, including, slam founder Marc Kelly Smith, Louder than a Bomb co-founder Kevin Coval, Marty McConnell, Jack McCarthy, Billy Lombardo, and Regie Gibson.
Are you ever going to find The One? Does she look like her online dating profile pic? Is he really into you, or is he just playing games? And what did that text even mean? Love is so confusing. But one thing's certain - everyone's addicted. We're lonely when it's not around, and can't get enough when we finally find it. How to Tell If Somebody Loves You explores our back-and-forth relationship with love through a collection of 18 funny, sad, and life-affirming personal essays on dating, sex, random hook-ups, fiery flings, and serious relationships.
After the fall of France in May 1940, the British Expeditionary Force was miraculously evacuated from Dunkirk. Britain now stood alone to face Hitler’s inevitable invasion attempt. For the German Army to be landed across the Channel, Hitler needed mastery of the skies – the RAF would have to be broken – so every day, throughout the summer, German bombers pounded the RAF air bases in the southern counties.
Meet Mallory Caine. Attorney at law. Zombie at large. She's not like those "Living Dead" losers you see in the movies. She doesn't slobber, drool, or lurch - she's smart, stylish, and sexy. Sure, she's a zombie and a lawyer but, hey, a girl's got to eat. When Mallory's not in the courtroom, going head to head with her ex-boyfriend, killer-prosecutor Aaron Argula, she's in the seedy streets of Hollywood, hunting brain after brain. That is, until some psycho starts hunting zombie after zombie...
What's worse than killing a cop? Eating him afterwards. Which is exactly what happened to a Los Angeles County sheriff in the office of one noted Los Angeles lawyer. Now Mallory Caine, zombie at law, faces the toughest trial of her life - her own - since she's the prime suspect.
With 25 years of poetry slam governance at Chicago's famous Green Mill Jazz Lounge, poetry slam founder and emcee Marc Kelly Smith welcomes poets to perform in the open mic, feature and daring poetry slam competition. Listen to the live, raucous words of today's best performance poets with great music and audience participation.
As a lawyer, Mallory Caine considers it her duty to defend the innocent. As a flesheating zombie, she knows how to take a bite out of crime. Before you can say "The devil made me do it", Mallory is caught dead center between a family of freaks, fire-breathing demons, and the final battle of good versus evil. If she doesn't have enough on her plate, the brain-chomping lawyer has to defend her zombie-hunting father in court. And, oh yeah: her flesh-eating secret is about to be exposed by a sexy LAPD detective who's good enough to eat. What's a zombie girl to do...?
Marc Kelly Smith began the slam poetry movement in Chicago, over 25 years ago. One of the original perfroamnce poets, Smith's poetry slam concept has navigated the planet. There are over 200 poetry slams in the country, 100 overseas, and the term itself has become part of the everyday vernacular. This audiobook of Smith's performances captures the iconoclast's skilled combination of word and performance merged together. Marc Smith is the model by which poetry slams have been built. Featuring Marc Smith's most famous poem, "My Father's Coat".
The minute Jenny, the newest transfer student at Sunny View High, steps onto the field she finds trouble - trouble she hoped would mean the end of her softball career. Yeah. Right. Like she'd get that lucky. Especially when sexy senior Jason prevents a fight between Jenny and his sister, the star pitcher and ultimate heavy hitter. With no other choice, Jenny accepts her position on the team. She hates every minute of it, but no one knows her secret. No one except for Jason. Jason, the one person who understands.
For sophomore Jenny Taylor, every year means at least three moves - all thanks to her famous baseball player dad, Sam Taylor. But Sunny View promises a different life, a chance at a new home - until her dad comes home with lipstick on his collar and Jenny shoves that promise out the window.
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The hot girl. The sweet girl. The bully who smacks the snot out of the ball. When it comes to softball, reputation matters - especially for girls with their eye on college scholarships. Lacey worked hard to build a name and never regretted a single pitcher she intimated. Or catcher she plowed over the plate. But with senior year coming to a close, Lacey finds herself... alone. At least until she accidentally runs over Tom, the nerd who plays Dungeon & Dragons on the weekends. Lacey expects him to cower. To run. Instead, he shows her how to care for the girl hiding behind the bat.
Daisy, otherwise known as Daze, hears her dead mother's voice. Sometimes it's because of her dad, who likes to watch old home movies when he can't sleep. Sometimes it's because of her brother, who is too young to remember Mom, and needs to be reminded by looking at photographs and watching videos. Sometimes it might just be her mind trying to work out what her therapist would call "issues". But this time, it’s none of those things. It’s something much more wonderful and much more terrifying, something Daze never thought possible. And it might allow her to do what she couldn't years ago: save her mother's life.
When Torah Blake retreats to a backcountry mountain hut on Christmas Eve, she doesn't expect to reunite with her old boyfriend, Cale Jamison. Cale, a world-traveling photographer for a snowboarding magazine, appears in the midst of a wicked snowstorm, taking Torah's breath away. Old feelings rekindle and Torah finds herself in a whirlwind of risky emotions. Will Torah decide to give love another chance? Or will Cale leave her on Christmas, breaking her heart again?