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INERTIA By Brandon Walker
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In INERTIA: Seven Principles of Leadership in Motion, professional speaker and trainer Brandon Walker explains how the ideas that define the physical laws of inertia may be applied to dynamic,... More > effective leadership. Objects in motion tend to stay in motion, while objects at rest tend to stay at rest. The heart of leadership lies in the leader’s ability to generate positive, forward motion in people’s lives and to continue to influence those people throughout their journey. Using a combination of pop-culture illustrations (everything from Battlestar Galactica to Frank Sinatra) and personal anecdotes, Brandon defines each of the seven leadership principles (Intent, Necessity, Energy, Resilience, Trust, Imagination, and Authenticity) and explains how to apply them to one’s own leadership experience.< Less
Lies My Blogger Told Me: The Best of the Chris Moeller Blog 2004-2017 By Chris Moeller
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Chris Moeller left the radio business in frustration but found citizen journalism instead. This book is a collection of his favorite blog entries over 13 years—and now they can’t be... More > deleted or hacked. Within the pages of this book, Moeller… Indicts nearly the whole of mainstream politics in the United States and even campaigns himself for local office Shares stories of growing up in Iowa and working there, and his lightest of brushes with cinematic fame along the way Endorses reparations for slavery, financial compensation for college athletes, wholesale changes to the U.S. Constitution, the abolition of the British Crown, and the theory that O.J. Simpson is NOT a double-murderer Explains his passion for television, karaoke, and Frank Sinatra Chronicles the exploits of his beloved St. Louis Cardinals Channels both Mark Twain and Richard Nixon And stabs his childhood hero in the eye.< Less
Lies My Blogger Told Me: The Best of the Chris Moeller Blog 2004-2017 By Chris Moeller
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Chris Moeller left the radio business in frustration but found citizen journalism instead. This book is a collection of his favorite blog entries over 13 years—and now they can’t be... More > deleted or hacked. Within the pages of this book, Moeller… Indicts nearly the whole of mainstream politics in the United States and even campaigns himself for local office Shares stories of growing up in Iowa and working there, and his lightest of brushes with cinematic fame along the way Endorses reparations for slavery, financial compensation for college athletes, wholesale changes to the U.S. Constitution, the abolition of the British Crown, and the theory that O.J. Simpson is NOT a double-murderer Explains his passion for television, karaoke, and Frank Sinatra Chronicles the exploits of his beloved St. Louis Cardinals Channels both Mark Twain and Richard Nixon And stabs his childhood hero in the eye.< Less
The Pianos I Have Known: The Autobiography Of Irving Fields By Irving Fields & Tony Sachs
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Jewish pianist/composer Irving Fields formed one of the first piano-bass-drum trios in jazz, going on to compose song performed by Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Xavier Cugat, Guy Lombardo, Dinah... More > Shore, Sarah Vaughan and others. In 1959 made history by fusing Latin and jazz music on his album "Bagels And Bongos", followed by a series of albums fusing jazz with world rhythms and his legacy was set. Irving died in 2016 at age 101. In his 90's his wrote this autobiography about his life with the help of Huffington Post columnist and former music store owner Tony Sachs. It was edited by music writer Aaron Joy with an introduction by cocktail pianist Albert Aprigliano.< Less
I Can Hear The Music: A Memoir By Gene Di Novi
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Gene DiNovi played piano for the greats of the 20th Century: Lena Horne, Peggy Lee, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker, among others. This is his autobiography as... More > recounted to the fine writer Jack Batten. "I played piano with Bird and Diz. I accompanied Lena, Peggy, Raquel, Barbra, one Dinah (Shore, but not Washington), two Franks (Sinatra and Zappa) and a Tony (Bennett). I recorded with a Pres (Lester Young) and a King (of Swing, Benny Goodman). I wrote songs with Johnny Mercer (Have a Heart) and composed an extended piece for an entire archipelago (The Scandinavian Suite). I learned lessons from a Duke (Ellington) and a Count (Basie). And I came oh so close to performing for a Vladimir (Horowitz)...."< Less
The Most Important People of the 20th Century (Part-II): Artists & Entertainers By Pradeep Thakur
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The 20th century saw a major shift in the way that vast numbers of people lived, as a result of changes in politics, ideology, economics, society, culture, science, technology, and medicine. It is... More > essential to know the most important persons and the events of the 20th Century, which are directly impacting us. So the new book-series: The Most Important People of the 20th Century is before you. Five books of the series cover a total of 100 people, with 20 each in five broad categories. Part-I covered 20-Leaders & Revolutionaries. Now Part-II of the book-series is devoted to the 20- Artists & Entertainers: Louis Armstrong, Lucille Ball, The Beatles, Marlon Brando, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Le Corbusier, Bob Dylan, T.S. Eliot, Aretha Franklin, Martha Graham, Jim Henson, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Bart Simpson, Frank Sinatra, Steven Spielberg, Igor Stravinsky, and Oprah Winfrey.< Less
The Most Important People of the 20th Century (Part-II): Artists & Entertainers By Pradeep Thakur
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The 20th century saw a major shift in the way that vast numbers of people lived, as a result of changes in politics, ideology, economics, society, culture, science, technology, and medicine. It is... More > essential to know the most important persons and the events of the 20th Century, which are directly impacting us. So the new book-series: The Most Important People of the 20th Century is before you. Five books of the series cover a total of 100 people, with 20 each in five broad categories. Part-I covered 20-Leaders & Revolutionaries. Now Part-II of the book-series is devoted to the 20- Artists & Entertainers: Louis Armstrong, Lucille Ball, The Beatles, Marlon Brando, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Le Corbusier, Bob Dylan, T.S. Eliot, Aretha Franklin, Martha Graham, Jim Henson, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Bart Simpson, Frank Sinatra, Steven Spielberg, Igor Stravinsky, and Oprah Winfrey.< Less
The Most Important People of the 20th Century (Part-II): Artists & Entertainers By Pradeep Thakur
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The 20th century saw a major shift in the way that vast numbers of people lived, as a result of changes in politics, ideology, economics, society, culture, science, technology, and medicine. It is... More > essential to know the most important persons and the events of the 20th Century, which are directly impacting us. So the new book-series: The Most Important People of the 20th Century is before you. Five books of the series cover a total of 100 people, with 20 each in five broad categories. Part-I covered 20-Leaders & Revolutionaries. Now Part-II of the book-series is devoted to the 20- Artists & Entertainers: Louis Armstrong, Lucille Ball, The Beatles, Marlon Brando, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Le Corbusier, Bob Dylan, T.S. Eliot, Aretha Franklin, Martha Graham, Jim Henson, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Bart Simpson, Frank Sinatra, Steven Spielberg, Igor Stravinsky, and Oprah Winfrey.< Less
The Most Important People of the 20th Century (Part-II): Artists & Entertainers By Pradeep Thakur
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The 20th century saw a major shift in the way that vast numbers of people lived, as a result of changes in politics, ideology, economics, society, culture, science, technology, and medicine. It is... More > essential to know the most important persons and the events of the 20th Century, which are directly impacting us. So the new book-series: The Most Important People of the 20th Century is before you. Five books of the series cover a total of 100 people, with 20 each in five broad categories. Part-I covered 20-Leaders & Revolutionaries. Now Part-II of the book-series is devoted to the 20- Artists & Entertainers: Louis Armstrong, Lucille Ball, The Beatles, Marlon Brando, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Le Corbusier, Bob Dylan, T.S. Eliot, Aretha Franklin, Martha Graham, Jim Henson, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Bart Simpson, Frank Sinatra, Steven Spielberg, Igor Stravinsky, and Oprah Winfrey.< Less
Classic Diplomat - The Great Years (Color) By Roger deWardt Lane
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The Classic Diplomat Resort fills the largest chapter. Lane joined the hotel being built by Sam Friedland, supermarket mogul, in 1958. The hotel was famous for its great entertainers, performing at... More > the Café Cristal and the New Year’s Eve Galas. Two years later Lane became Assistant to Irving Cowan, the hotel President. He became Treasurer and installed his first computer in 1962. Added are tales of Frank Sinatra, the Mafia man who beat up executives, the fires and the Saudi Prince and Sheik Mohammed who ran up a bill of $1,500,000 before being hauled off to jail. The book opens with family genealogy, stories of Florida up to the Hurricane of 1925, just before the Great Depression. He worked in many resorts from the famous Boca Raton Club, Doral Saturnia Spa of ‘Rich and Famous days’, and The Lago Mar Resort & Beach Club. If you every vacationed in Miami Beach or South Florida, reading this book will be a trip down nostalgia ‘Lane’. Third Edition - Color 312 pp. Color Hard Cover.< Less

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