The book summary gives all the advice in a no nonsense and quick format, enabling the person to get through it quickly. The Total Money Makeover presents all the salient points in short so that the listener does not have to wade through the entire book - and spend a lot of time doing so - and still reap all the benefits, without spending too much time on the entire book.
The Complete Guide to Mysterious Beings is a comprehensive encyclopedia of the unexplained, with incredible eyewitness accounts of strange creatures from around the globe.
"Glad to have it read to me"
The Brain Fog Fix is an easy-to-follow three-week program designed to help naturally restore three of your brain's most crucial hormones: serotonin, dopamine, and cortisol. Rebalancing these chemicals will in turn enable the rest of your brain's chemistry to reach optimal levels. Each week of the program focuses on a different element of your life.
Competition for jobs is at an all-time high, with rivalry for positions coming from across the globe. The recent recession has put a demand on all job opportunities with an average of over 300 applicants applying for each advertised vacancy. Experienced applicants are missing out on job offers for positions they have been working in for years because they don't know the new rules of job interviews.
Middle-aged, obese, depressed, and estranged from his children, Larry sets off cross-country, ambivalently seeking restoration amid scraps of long-distance fatherhood. Intersections takes unexpected turns on a journey from despair to re-enchantment, from loneliness to reconciliation, from the carnal to the transcendent and back again.
A bundle of stories about my experiences in the ship yard and aboard tug boats as a young man.
In 1973, a virtual epidemic of flying saucer sightings occurred. What was most disturbing was that they seemed to be different from earlier sightings. For instance, there was an increasing incidence of physical injury, dangerous interference, and outright abduction of observers by mysterious beings associated with the phenomena.
"Absolutely horrible narrator"
If you are wondering if this is yet another quack self-help book, you are wrong! The proof is in the pudding. No one can look at the life of John A. Keel and not see success. Raised poor on a rural farm in upstate New York, Keel arrived in New York City with less than a dollar in his pocket, yet rose to prominence and lived to be a ripe old age, freely enjoying the benefits of licensing his thought-provoking work to Hollywood.
A good and concrete summary, straight to the point, on how to fail at almost everything and still win big - kind of the story of my life.
You can read long books about speed reading; you can spend all your money on expensive video courses or programs, hire a mentor, or do all of those things. Or - and this will be worth it - you can listen to the 50 best tips on how to read faster and apply them. Trust me, this is all you need.
John Keel's Strange Creatures From Time and Space, originally published in 1970 with artwork by Frank Frazetta, is a comprehensive encyclopedia of monsters from around the world, including: Fantastic flying saucer occupants; True psychic phenomena; Phantom killers of people and livestock; The full story of West Virginia's man-bird, "Mothman"; The elusive "Bigfoot", Sasquatch, and Yeti; Giants of Minnesota and the Appalachians; Sea serpents and lake creatures; Vampires and werewolves.
"Anti-science, no thanks"
Who said weddings couldn't be dangerous? When PI Jonas Watcher sees a Chinese couple being kidnapped, he sighs, grabs his gun, and goes to help them. This selfless act involves Jonas with the Chinese underworld. He is hired to unite two families by bringing a prospective bride from St. Louis to San Francisco for an arranged marriage. There are several factions who will kill to keep him from succeeding. His mission is complicated even more by his employer's beautiful granddaughter.
New Saucerian Press proudly presents The Outer Limits of the Twilight Zone, a collection of magazine articles and lectures by John A. Keel, the man many consider to have been not only the premiere investigator of all things unusual and "Fortean", but who was also our very own, 20th-century "Mark Twain". Many of the articles in this anthology and its companion volumes, Flying Saucer to the Center of Your Mind and Searching for the String, were revolutionary.
"Very interesting examination and perspectives"
Revealing how seemingly race-neutral urban sites contain hidden racial assumptions and imperatives, Lipsitz examines the ways in which urban space and social experience are racialized and emphasizes that aggrieved communities do not passively acquiesce to racism. He recognizes the people and communities that have re-imagined segregated spaces in expressive culture as places for congregation.
Want to be in business for yourself? A computer repair service may be perfect for you. But how do you start and run a computer service business? First, read this book, written by a computer technician with more than nine years' experience working for himself. I started my business from scratch and built it up to a viable, full-time enterprise, and I will show you how to do the same.
When General Stanley McChrystal took command of the Joint Special Operations Task Force in 2004, he quickly realized that conventional military tactics were failing. Al Qaeda in Iraq was a decentralized network that could move quickly, strike ruthlessly, then seemingly vanish into the local population. The allied forces had a huge advantage in numbers, equipment, and training - but none of that seemed to matter.
The law will protect you. Until it doesn't. When Peter Garrison's failed defense of a client leads to a retribution plot against him, he's forced to confront a nemesis intent on destroying him. Jason Felding seeks payback after his teenage brother winds up sodomized and mentally scarred during an unfair incarceration. He targets the restaurant owner who put his sibling behind bars and the lawyer who couldn't get a simple underage drinking case dropped.
Jonas Watcher had no memory of how he got there. As he started climbing up the ladder to the wharf, he found he was tangled in some sort of net. Suddenly a large heavy object dropped onto him and he fell into the bay still snared by the net, which had also captured the object. Luckily, the weight of the object had tightened the net, so he was able to pull himself out of the water and climb up to the wharf.
"Oh, those fickle sisters, Fate."
Sex, lies, conflicts of interest, international intrigue, and a double-cross of thousands of union employees in the heart of America. Add to that three major companies' futures on the line and an assassination by anarchist terrorists in Paris of one of the company's chairman that almost kills a deal to save at least two of the companies. Hollywood? No. This was real. The Last American CEO is the ultimate insider's view of one of the biggest global business deals in history: Chrysler's 1987 purchase of American Motors.
"Another entertaining story from Jason Vines"
This is the finale in Leonard Stringfield's influential seven-part UFO Crash Retrieval Status Report series, in which he summarizes the groundbreaking theories that made him famous. Stringfield, the first researcher to exclusively focus on UFO crashes, shares many intriguing, eye-opening details about a number of major UFO cases. This extremely rare volume has been lovingly reproduced exactly as it was first published 35 years ago. The material inside, which was shocking to many observers in those days, is finally gaining acceptance.