Eileen Sharp and Vic Hightower were frustrated. After years of profitable, predictable growth, Swan Services was in a rut. Meetings were called and discussions held, but few decisions were made and even less got done. People were pointing fingers and assigning blame, but nothing happened to solve Swan’s mounting problems. It felt as though they were working harder than ever but with less impact. The company Eileen and Vic had founded and built for 10 years was a different place. It just wasn’t fun anymore.
"Really A Good Book"
Take a moment to look over your books about investing. Have any of them given you a successful method for making profits and reducing risks? Is there even one such book that has proven reliable over the years? Alas, most investors would say no. That's because so few investment books are classic in the true sense: For years investors keep buying the book, and they keep using the method to make the most of their opportunities.
"Great way to learn about Elliot Wave."
For more than half a century, Ada Louise Huxtable's keen eye and vivid writing have reinforced to readers how important architecture is and why it continues to be both controversial and fascinating - making her one of the best-known critics in the world. On Architecture collects the best of Huxtable's writing from the New York Times, New York Review of Books, Wall Street Journal, and her various books. In these selections, Huxtable examines the 20th century's most important architectural masters and projects.
Conquer the Crash foresaw and explained the debt crisis, collapse in home prices, the two-bear-market-in-one-decade stock declines, the demise of Fannie and Freddie, the Federal Reserve's failure to turn the trend, and lots more.
"Very Informative for the Longterm Perspective "
Robert Prechter proposes a new science called socionomics. It's the study of how humans interact and how that interaction determines the course of the economy, culture, and history.
Zaltys is a girl like any other to grow up ranging thejungles of the Southern Lluirwood. She’s a crack shot with a bow and no stranger to the dangers that lurk beneath the deep forest canopy. On expedition with her family to harvest the forbidden terazul flower, a powerful drug that has gathered many a dreamer into its narcotic embrace, Zaltys is about to unearth a truth long buried by the feculent loam of deception.
Soul healing is more than overcoming illness. It is a total way of life, a form of 'psychic empowerment'. This book will show you how to avoid the pitfalls of conventional medicine and how to select your soul healer. Soul Healing is an energy approach to health and natural healing processes. By following the recommendations and scripts presented in this book, we can all become soul healers. Dr. Bruce Goldberg presents many enthralling case histories to illustrate how we can attain soul healing.
"montoned reader of material....great in details!"
Most of us assume we lack psychic abilities because we were not "born" with these powers. Psychic talents are just like any other ability. They can be developed. Unleash Your Psychic Powers contains dozens of exercises (over 100) to assist you in developing yours.
"Great content, poor narrating."
Stop buying the "success conspiracy theory"! There are no real secrets.The ideas and principles you need to reach your personal, business, and company goals are all around you. You just have to know where to look. This short book brings you timeless success strategies with clear examples of how you can use them.
Kaiser Friedrich Wilhelm II, who occupied the throne of the German Empire for more than 30 years from June 1888 to November 1918, remains as much an enigma in death as he was in life. Over 70 years after his death in 1941, the mention of his name still sparks unsettled debates among historians. Was he the duty-bound, hands-on leader and passionate pro-British reformer who ruled in challenging times, seemingly mild in comparison to Hitler?
Journalist Robert Kingett accepts a dare, one that at first seems simple: to adapt to his blindness without the Internet. This account is a cozy diary of battling with an FM radio, hooking up a landline phone, and the journey of adapting to a brand new way of living from someone who has never disconnected from the World Wide Web.
"Off the Grid"
Marijuana and the alcohol comparison have recently just been brought up due to the legalization of the states Washington and Colorado. I think marijuana and alcohol deserve a comparison, because they both are a way to alleviate stress without causing an immense amount of harm to the human body. This short article also looks at the fact that if alcohol is dangerous, and marijuana is not, then why is it still illegal.
"you may be suprised with the answer!!!"
West Point has long been America's most famous military academy, but in the early 19th century it was a highly unimpressive school consisting of a few ugly buildings facing a desolate, barren parade ground. As it turned out, West Point would become the foremost military academy in the nation, and it would churn out the cadets who became the most important generals in the Civil War.
To most of us "mainlanders," the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are resort destinations, summer homes for the Kennedys, the Obamas, and Patriots coach Bill Belichick. But after the tourists and jetsetters leave, the cold weather descends, and the local shop owners, carpenters, and fishermen ready themselves for the main event: high school football. For over 50 years, the local teams have been locking horns every November. They play for pride, a coveted trophy, and, very often, a shot at the league championship.
The Wild West has made legends out of many men and women through the embellishment of their stories, but it was Buffalo Bill Cody who truly brought the Wild West to life. Though he had a long career, Buffalo Bill eventually became synonymous with his world-famous Wild West Show. By depicting stereotypical Western scenes, Buffalo Bill became one of the men most responsible for establishing how the public came to remember the Wild West.
This book is Mark Wayne Allen's memoirs about his life. A tragic car wreck would force him to leave the innocence of childhood behind at just 12 years of age. His survival was only by miracles. Physical healing would take months, but the traumatic events would force him to rethink his life. Some years later, he would suffer a major head injury, but the loving God that had protected him with miracles through the first disaster would protect him again. See these miracles through Mark's eyes and the full revelation of his change and redemption.
This book can change the way you listen to big shots - meaning mostly businesspersons but with a snapshot or two of politicians - as they pontificate for public consumption and personal gain. You'll recognize the spin, that dastardly polite euphemism for lies that the advertising/PR folks coined years ago to anoint their profession with a bit of undeserved dignity. In the process you might gain a more realistic grasp of what's going on around you and how your mind is being manipulated (i.e., brainwashed).
This chapter-level audiobook can change the way you listen to BigShots - mostly businesspersons with a snapshot or two of politicians - as they pontificate for public consumption and personal gain. You'll recognize the spin, that dastardly polite euphemism for lies that the advertising/PR folks coined years ago to anoint their profession with a bit of undeserved dignity. In the process, you might gain a more realistic grasp of what's going on around you and how your mind is being manipulated, a.k.a. brainwashed.
The compelling fiction of D.O. Allen mixes vivid tales of intrigue with edgy realism that challenges the reader to imagine: "What if?" A U.S. military veteran, former engineer, police officer and Fortune 500 executive, D.O. Allen draws richly from a wide array of real life experiences for the stories he paints. Whether reading or listening, you will find yourself captivated by the journey this story master's fertile imagination will take you on. It's real fiction. Just listen.