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Guide to a Successful Career Transition By Alex Aberle
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If you are stressed, burnt out, looking for a career change and trying to define your career path, you can benefit from this guide. In this self-paced guide, Alex Aberle, a Certified Professional and... More > Executive Coach, uses her proven career coaching model of self-discovery to help you find ways to attain a fulfilling career. By using real-life stories of her coaching clients, she connects all the pieces of the puzzle to guide you from the state of frustration to getting a meaningful job. The readers can choose their own career paths, utilizing the tools, tips, and hands-on exercises. If you are intrinsically motivated and open to self-discovery, what are you waiting for? You will find chapters dedicated to gaining clarity and facing your fears, defining your values and ideal work environment, developing an achievement-based resume, LinkedIn profile, searching for your dream job, and preparing for an interview.< Less
Of Bubbles, Buddha, and Butterflies: How This Butterfly Found Her Wings Without Leaving the Ground By Tanya Destang-Beaubrun
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Author Tanya Destang-Beaubrun has always known that her calling was to heal, nurture, and care for her fellow human beings; it has always been a deep, unwavering conviction at her core. And so she... More > became a family physician who put patients first, treating their bodies, minds, and spirits. In Of Bubbles, Buddha, and Butterflies, Dr. Destang-Beaubrun chronicles the changes that have occurred in her life since she decided to follow her heart and pursue her dreams. She presents a series of essays and narratives written during the four-year period after she left her thriving Western medical practice and immersed herself in the study of integrative and functional medicine. Destang-Beaubrun recalls her breakdowns, breakthroughs, fears, and faith as she navigated her way to a new way of living, learning, and loving. This collection of personal essays on bravery, trust, and faith shares one woman’s insights and life lessons as she shifted from traditional medical practice to something more.< Less
The Medici Project By Zachary Elliott
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Dr. Michael Rabens, a high-class bookworm with an IQ of 160, has just received a doctorate in art history from Princeton. With a love for architecture and history, and a deep desire to discover... More > truth, the sophisticated graduate begins his very own research expedition in Rome, a region rife with social and political conflicts. There he makes a sudden surprising discovery: a series of letters describing a mysterious project in Renaissance Florence, commissioned by the powerful Medici family. But when the letters are stolen by an unlikely enemy, he finds himself at the center of a dangerous plot. After being rescued by renegade spies, he must work to stop the plot from happening, using his knowledge of architecture and history to unearth the Medici Project before its contents end up in enemy hands. Yet Dr. Rabens soon realizes his book knowledge can only get him so far, as he must find the courage to confront his own fears.< Less
Werewolf's Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse By Teejay LeCapois
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My name is Emmanuelle Du Verdier. I was born in Camargue, France, in 1873. In 1894, while visiting Paris with my mother, I met Blair Bineau, a handsome man who seduced me and turned me into a... More > Werewolf. Not just any Werewolf, but one of the powerful Golden Ones. Since then, I've been hunted by mundane Werewolves who fear my kind. Over a century later, while in Lubbock, Texas, I met Rashid Robillard, a handsome Haitian-American Muslim cop who saved me from my enemies. We are on the run from both cops and Wolf-Men. Oh, and there's also a lot of people rising from the dead and devouring their neighbors. That's right, I am a Werewolf staring down the Zombie Apocalypse. As if my seemingly eternal life weren't complex enough. Wish me luck, I am going to need it.< Less
The Night Wolf and I By Eirlys Woods Hayden
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The next day my life changed forever. Pleasant as it first seemed, that fateful day was terrifying and full of sadness – but out of it came joy and celebration, and the answer to the question I... More > had asked myself since I was born: who were my parents? Daniel is an abandoned child living in a cruel orphanage with no hope of happiness or finding his lost parents. Until… One night an extraordinary visitor, the Night Wolf, transports him away on a wonderful adventure to another world of fabulous creatures and magic – and deadly peril. As he learns about his true identity, Daniel confronts his own fears and hopes while battling to save his newfound friends from the forces of evil. Faced by a deadly enemy in a mystical world, will Daniel save the day? Eirlys is ten years old and lives in North Wales with her family, numerous dogs, some chickens, and a cockerel called Aries. She loves writing and would love to have a career as a writer. This is her first novel and she typed it herself on her iPad.< Less
WAIT! You Can’t See It Yet - How To Wait On God: The Promise Keeper By Susie Pagan
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Wait! You Can’t See It Yet will lead you to understand why the season of wait is worth the process. In this book the writer describes the path as “a life script” we all must follow,... More > with God as the director. But in search of our own path, if we ignore the Director, then we have deviated from the original script. If only Susie had listened, blocked the lies of the enemy, and recognized who she was in the eyes of her Heavenly Father. Perhaps she would not have become a prisoner of her past. Instead, what if she had been bold enough to look the enemy in the face and confront the spirit of fear that took residence when she was a child? One day God, in his bountiful grace, made Susie a promise. The only requirement was she had to wait. Therein she discovered the sad reality of who she’d become—a girl hidden behind a mask that she had designed herself as a cover-up. Was it too late? Would she trust God to direct her life? What was the promise she held onto? Would God “The Promise Keeper” keep his word?< Less
Becoming an Investor: The First 100 Days: The Personal Journal of a Young Investor on His Journey Towards Financial Freedom By Farah C. Jaber
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After an earlier misstep in the stock market, Farah C. Jaber achieved a breakthrough in 2018, saving more than fifty percent of his salary. Undaunted by his previous experience, he chose to invest in... More > stocks, making sure to stay focused on the long term. The results were astounding. In this guide for new investors, he shares the mindset and strategies that helped him achieve incredible success. He also urges readers to: Stop spending money on items that do not bring value to life; Invest in companies and sectors that you understand; stay informed on the companies you are interested in; and Establish yearly objectives and work toward them. The author also explains why he believes in a dividend growth strategy, how to evaluate when a stock is undervalued, and ways to overcome the fear of investing your hard-earned money. By spending less and saving more, you can start investing now – and by taking a long-term outlook, you’ll be on your way to being a smart and successful investor.< Less
NO WORRIES By Stella Frances
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Do You Worry About What Others Think of You? As much as I’d like to say that we don’t care about what others think about us, we do. Whether it’s the feeling of embarrassment, or... More > the fear of being laughed at, caring too much holds us back from what we want. It’s important to recognize when we worry too much about what others think of us, not just for our mental health, but also for our physical health. The good news is that if you find yourself in this position, there are things you can do to change the power worry has over you. In this book, you will find the steps you can take to regain power over your life and improve your happiness factor. • Why Do We Care So Much? • Super Quiz: Do You Care Too Much? • Why You Need to Stop Caring About What Other People Think • 2 Steps You Can Take to Stop Worrying About What Other People Think Stop worrying about what other people think. You only have one life, make it your own! Self-Empowering Workbook included.< Less
Drink with the Devil at Midnight By Gordon Brewer
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When Irish stumbles across Florence who appears ready to commit suicide, he enters a dark conspiracy. Seeking to prove his new client is sane, Ray unleashes a series of increasingly terrible events.... More > Soon, the police accuse Ray of killing his lawyer after Florence disappears. Like a bull in a china shop, Irish saves his client from certain death. However, the shamus finds the dark secrets of others leaves him even more cynical about trusting people. Blood sacrifices and seemingly random murders put the citizens of Oyster City on edge. As Andras, in the guise of Peter Smyth asserts his control over his pool of demon followers, he joins forces with a notorious gangster, Jacobi. One cult member confides her fears to Catherine Bennett as the demon’s followers begin to have doubts about their role in the new world. Returning to Oyster City, Irish must confront Jacobi in a deadly battle that changes his life and those closest to him.< Less
The Pakana Voice Tales of a War Correspondent from Lutruwita (Tasmania) 1814–1856 By Ian Broinowski
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THIS BOOK IS ABOUT THE POWER OF THE PRESS TO SWAY OPINION. The voice is W.C., a hapless war correspondent, posted to Tasmania to cover the conflict between the Pakana people of Lutruwita and the... More > British, from 1814 to 1856. In old age, comforted by malt and his scruffy dog Bent, W.C. shares his press clippings of graphic accounts of the events that unfolded in the early days of the colony. He reveals his impassioned love for Lowana, a Pakana woman who haunts his dreams forever. W.C.’s perspective on these events is not without its biases. He tries to temper his feelings as he shares with us letters, articles and opinion pieces from his collection. He includes of his own postings, The Pakana Voice, in which he encourages his readers to see what is not being reported in the press. Despite technology little has changed in two centuries of media and its influence over the minds of people, W.C.’s words still ring true: ‘I fear the old adage that we learn from history is indeed a misnomer’.< Less