In Triumph Dr. Eric Shoars will show you that it's not too late to accomplish what you've always wanted in life and will give you practical strategies on how to bridge the gap from where you are now to where you want to be. Triumph is not a touchy-feely, walk-over-hot coals, "if you can dream it you can do it" book. Instead it's a call to action that will help you retrace your steps back through life to show you where your life got off track and how to get yourself back on the path you intended all those years ago.
"A Book That Will Compel You To Want To Change..."
Having a great idea for a story isn't enough to get your novel across the finish line. You also need to know how to overcome the two biggest reasons that novelists fail: Plotting problems and procrastination. The 30 Day Novel Success Journal gives you the tools to overcome these obstacles and get your novel written. Lynn combines elements of three-act structure, the character growth arc, and the Hero's Journey to create an extremely flexible story blueprint that you can adapt to the story you want to tell.
This is the award-winning how to book on using business etiquette as a strategy for success by international speaker Jan Yager who is also a sociologist and workplace consultant. Here she explains her six business protocol principles and also covers image, gift-giving, ethics, international etiquette and communication skills.
Let your souls be warmed from within as you browse through this collection of serious to light-hearted quotes especially chosen for your enjoyment. Let the Author bring a tear to your eye, contemplation to be reckoned with or just a simple little chuckle to start out your day. These are among his favorites of all time which needs to be shared with all.
"Conventional wisdom" over the past twenty-five years tells society that glass ceilings: 1) are the same; 2) are only constructed by men and; 3) are broken by virtue of self-improvement. Women Under Glass: The Secret Nature of Glass Ceilings and the Steps to Overcome Them shows why that “conventional wisdom” is wrong and how it's sabotaged professional women seeking to climb corporate ladders in American business.
The big questions come to us at different times. Whether just starting college, about to have a first child, or considering a new house or job, at some point we’ve all asked, "Why am I here? What is life? What am I doing?" In Having the Time of Your Life, Allen Klein helps us come to terms with these questions and have a few laughs along the way.
We the people of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do herby vow to actively participate as informed citizens, holding ourselves and our representatives accountable, in the conduct of our nation's affairs to serve all generations now and in the future. Obamacare. IRS Scandal. NSA and Privacy.
Words of wisdom about life by noted author and sociologist Jan Yager. Inspired by the realization that her oldest son would be leaving for college, this remarkable audiobook will be treasured by graduating seniors, college freshman, teens, and even adults. Covers learning, friendship, family, romance, love, time management, joy, and lots more.