Who am I? My name is Christy Snow. I'm 17 and I'm about to die. I'm buried in a coffin under tons of concrete. No one knows where I am. My heart sounds like a monster with clobber feet, running straight toward me. I'm lying on my back, soaked with sweat from the hair on my head to the soles of my feet. My hands and feet won't stop shaking. Some will say that I'm not really here. Some will say I'm delusional. Some will say that I don t even exist. But who are they? I'm the one buried in a grave.
"Horrendous story - makes me angry I wasted money"
The secret to success isn't always about technical skills. In fact they play a very small part in the grand scheme of things. I mean, if you think about it, we all know a braniac whiz who just can't get ahead in life, and when we look at them it's quite obvious. They don't know how to socialize, deal with conflicts, or even manage their own emotions. But here's the twist: Many of us are this way, just not at the extreme end of the spectrum. Sure, we may be playing the EQ game 10 times better than the braniac, but what if we played it 100 times better?
"A Guide for Introverts"
This book examines first the very significant differences between managing for dignity and for stockholder value, then a number of successful businesses that are managed profitably and sustainably to protect and enhance the dignity of employees, customers, and other stakeholders, albeit in different ways and styles. The managers of those firms invariably ignore short-term accounting figures; they know that their businesses are much more than numbers and behave accordingly.
"Dignity in business"
For over a generation, shocking cases of censorship at America's colleges and universities have taught students the wrong lessons about living in a free society. Drawing on a decade of experience battling for freedom of speech on campus, First Amendment lawyer Greg Lukianoff reveals how higher education fails to teach students to become critical thinkers: by stifling open debate, our campuses are supercharging ideological divisions, promoting groupthink, and encouraging an unscholarly certainty about complex issues.
"great book for those who are contemplating college"
At the end of August 2012, the BBC ran a report about the commemoration of a young man who had been killed over 70 years earlier. The sacrifice made by "the few", the British and Allied fighter pilots who won the Battle of Britain in 1940, remains close to the hearts of the British public.
Do you have Asperger's Syndrome or do you love someone with Asperger's Syndrome? Have you felt as if a successful life is out of reach for those with Asperger's Syndrome? The good news is not only can a person with Asperger's Syndrome survive, but actually live the most noteworthy and fulfilling life. This audiobook shows you exactly how.
One of the most unique and effective generals of the Civil War also happens to be one of the most overlooked. While there is a never ending stream of acclaim going to generals like Grant, Lee, and Sherman, General George H. Thomas has managed to fly under the radar, despite having an unusual background as a Southerner fighting for the Union and scoring almost inconceivable successes at Missionary Ridge, Franklin, and Nashville.
If trainers want to truly make an impact on organizations, what they need is a new mindset, not a new technique. Drawing on examples from major companies and their own years of experience, the authors inspire trainers to have the courage to break away from the usual ways of doing things and identify what is really needed and what really works.
"Great content, weak editing, missing PDF tables"
A lot of persons wonder what homesteading is and how it fits into our modern society. In a nutshell it is a return to being self sufficient, living off the land if you will. As more and more individuals are trying to find ways to save money they are looking at ways to grow what they can. A lot may find it surprising to know that having a boxed garden or a potted garden is an urban way to homestead.
"Can't believe I wasted a credit on this"
The Adventures of Hunter and Nia are the tales of these brother and sister daily lives with with a mystery in every chapter....
"Enjoyable Collection of Stories For Kids!"
An occasionally humorous and heartfelt account of how a morbidly obese man lost approximately 100 pounds and began the process of getting his life back. This book contains practical advice about avoiding the traps of the weight loss industry and focusing on simple, everyday changes that can revolutionize your life. The author explains the joy of being "less fat" that comes from these changes in diet, exercise and overall attitude.
With the success of my hundreds of other guides and strategies, I have created another advanced professional guide for new and veteran players. This gives specific strategies and tips on how to progress in the game, beat your opponents, acquire more coins and currency, and much more!
This new trilogy from three best-selling authors explores the differing perspectives of three high school seniors on the events and choices leading up to the death of a classmate, Sammy. All feel a measure of guilt for their role in the loss of their friend and must learn to understand their own life stories through God's eyes instead of their own finite perspective.
Martin lived in a small village. His father was a fisherman. Martin's job was to untangle the fishing nets so that they could catch a lot of fish. He also helped his mother bake bread to sell at the market also. One day, he sneaked off into the village and he overheard the crowd talk about a man named Jesus and his miracles. He wanted to meet him. Did Martin get to meet Jesus? What purpose does Martin's little satchel of fish and bread serve? What happens at the end? Listen and find out for yourself! God bless!
Constable Twitten takes over the narrative in this third series of Lynne Truss’s seaside comedy about celebrity policeman Inspector Steine. Back from an attachment at Scotland Yard, Twitten finds Brunswick more depressed than ever about villainy in Brighton. To cheer him up, Twitten persuades Brunswick’s favourite writer Harry Jupiter, crime reporter on the Daily Clarion, to interview Brunswick for a feature on the ordinary heroic policeman. Brunswick is jubilant – it is finally his day.
"Makes one chuckle"