Do you secretly hate exercising? Struggle to stick with a program? Millions of people try and fail to stay fit. But what if exercising is the real problem, not you? No Sweat translates years of research on exercise and motivation into a simple, four-point program that will empower you to break the cycle of exercise failure once and for all. You'll discover why you should forget about willpower and stop gritting your teeth through workouts you hate. Instead you'll become motivated from the inside out and start to crave physical activity. You'll be hooked!
"The accent isn't so bad!!"
Every learning environment is different. When it comes to virtual learning, you must prepare yourself for a whole host of new considerations in order to deliver effective training. The Successful Virtual Classroom arms you with a proven approach, tools, techniques, and exercises to create the engaging, interactive, and memorable learning experiences demanded by today's increasingly mobile and globally dispersed workforce.
Somewhere between self-help and self-promotion lies self-awareness and advancement. Your Ultimate Success Plan is a book that provides surprisingly easy-to-apply business strategies in an approachable, actionable, authentic way and encourages you to find your voice and realize your potential.
Credit card expert Beverly Harzog shares how she went from being a credit card disaster to a credit card diva. When Beverly got out of college, she spent the next 10 years racking up debt on seven credit cards. Credit card limits, she believed, were merely "guidelines", certainly not anything to be taken seriously - especially if she was in dire need of a new pair of shoes. The fact that she was a CPA at the time adds an ironic twist to the credit quagmire she slowly descended into.
"Well worth it"
Rise to the Top discusses how companies approach compensation - the compensation game and its many players plus women's roles in that process. Highlights the integral role that personality type plays in how women are perceived in the workplace, and how their work style affects their paycheck. Reveals the four female "powerhouse personality types", and shares specific strategies on how women can leverage these work styles to earn more money and rewards.
After years of sharing her small-business tips and marketing tricks with readers of her popular blog, ChunkOfChange.com, and her column in the Long Beach Post, Olga Mizrahi has taken her message to the streets, urging business owners to focus in while reaching out. You'll be excited and motivated to state your difference clearly to the world--and your neighborhood--while confidently selling yourself and your business.
"Author Has Practical Strategies Not Just "Tips""
It's time for recess on a beautiful day, but Dynomike and his friends aren't excited. Instead they are fearful, and with good reason. Big Bully Bob Horn has been picking on them on the playground, and they don't know what to do. Will Dynomike's plan save them? Everyone meets a bully at some point in life, and through the quirky characters and funny rhymes in Dynomike: Come at Me, Bro, kids can learn to see bullies in a new light and deal with them without fear, creating a happier and more peaceful world for us all.
It's the first day of school, and Dynomike has the first-day jitters. Looking for the perfect first-day outfit, he tries on everything he owns, but he is still worried that he'll be different. If you've ever felt scared because you thought you wouldn't fit in, this amusing story will help you forget your worries and embrace just being yourself. With slick rhymes and a memorable character we can all relate to, Dynomike: Back to School is sure to be a story time favorite for all ages.
What’s the secret to success? America’s number one greeting card designer Kathy Davis shares seven simple secrets which catapulted her from creating cards in a corner of her bedroom to touching more than 100 million consumers worldwide each year. These principles can help inspire success in your life, making your journey creative, fulfilling and above all, your own.
The Heart of a Teacher is a celebration of thanks to the teachers of the world. The Heart of a Teacher is filled with inspirational stories and poems that reflect the hearts of teachers and their commitment to making a difference in each life they touch. Mac Anderson explains why he chose to publish this book: "Part of my intention in publishing our gift book for educators, Heart of a Teacher, was to honor the teachers who had made a difference in my life.
It's almost Thanksgiving, and Dynomike's friends are dreaming of all the delicious foods they'll be eating. But Dynomike is depressed because he won't be celebrating with a big feast this year. Just when he thinks his Thanksgiving is ruined, Dynomike gets something to really be thankful for. It is easy to get caught up in the festivities of Thanksgiving and forget that not everyone is fortunate enough to celebrate. But Dynomike: Friendsgiving reveals how thinking about others at Thanksgiving can give everyone more to be thankful for.
Dynomike has too many shoes - shoes upon shoes - so many that he doesn't know which pair to choose. Realizing that life would be easier with fewer pairs to dig through, he decides to simplify, realizing in the process that getting rid of what he doesn't need can be fun and help others.
The Short children and their dog travel with a visiting gnome to the underworld, where Gnome is injected with poison by evil beings. They must carry him through dangerous worlds in search of the antidote to the poison. They find it in an unexpected place in the universe. The book has educational and religious overtones.
After writing, Sparkly Bits of Spiritual Wisdom, I began thinking that there is so much more that I would like to share with you that would help you put some sparkle back into your everyday life! These are simple things, a gentle reminder from your inner child, a nudge from spirit to laugh, love, dream, and create...
A mysterious presence stalks the hallways of the Sky-King's palace, stealing dreams and condemning the king's dancers to a living death. The task of unraveling this mystery falls to young Aesva, the last living bearer of the Gift. But she is young; inexperienced; and the woman most able to assist her has already died. Only Aesva can see the heartfires that flicker in the souls of the king's dancers. Only she knows that the heartfires are vanishing.
During one of the most difficult times of my life, the death of my husband of 35 years, I was given a wonderful opportunity to write a weekly column "Following the Spiritual Soul" for a small South Carolina newspaper. Sparkly Bits of Spiritual Wisdom is a collection of those monthly columns. After my husband's death I was lost, I was alone, and I was heartbroken. I had lost my high school sweetheart, my lover, my best friend, and my heart's inspiration.