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- 6 Steps to Free Publicity, by Marcia Yudkin.
This book will teach you how to be your own PR agent, and to publicize just about any project, business, or person that you want. Along the way you'll learn how to write new releases, build a fan base, and overcome any fears that you might have when it comes to developing and running your own publicity campaign.
- 10 Days to More Confident Public Speaking, by Lenny Laskowski.
Do you have trouble speaking in public? Do you have a big speech coming up and need to get over your nervousness - fast. Or do you simply want to become a better speaker? Whether you are speaking before an audience of one or of thousands, this tape will help you to become a more confident and proficient public speaker.
- 29 Gifts: How a Month of Giving Can Change Your Life, by Cami Walker.
This is Walker's poignant and unforgettable story of embracing the natural process of giving that forever changed her life.
- The Art of Choosing, by Sheena Iyengar.
Whether mundane or life-altering, the choices we make define us and shape our lives. Sheena Iyengar asks the difficult questions about how and why we choose, and how these choices impact not only our own lives, but also the world as a whole.
- Attract Money Subconsciously: DIY, by Dr. Peta Stapleton.
Learn how to reprogram your mind so that you will attract money subconsciously, rather than repel it.
- Blink - The Power of Thinking without Thinking, by Malcolm Gladwell.
This book examines the process of how, and why, we make snap decisions. In other words, this book examines the decisions-making process that takes place in the first second or two when faced with a problem. The author also evaluates the accuracy of these intuitive responses and how we can use this knowledge to become better decision makers.
- Bringing Up Bébé, by Pamela Druckerman.
To Pamela Druckerman, who was living in Paris, French children seemed more patient, well-behaved, and happier then their American counterparts. So she set out to discover how French parenting differed from American parenting style.
- Excuses Begone! How to Change Lifelong, Self-Defeating Thinking Habits, by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.
Learn how to apply the seven principles delineated in Excuses Begone!, in your own life, and stop making excuses for yourself and start living an excuse-free life.
- Fighting Invisible Tigers, by Earl Hipp.
This extraordinary book offers advice for teenagers on how to identify the stressors in their lives, and it provides practical and easy to follow stress management techniques.
- Genealogy Online for Dummies, 5th Edition, by Matthew L. Helm and April Leigh Helm.
An introductory reference book that will give you a firm foundation upon which to start and carry out research into your family's history and ancestry. Focuses primarily on teaching you how to do as much of your research as possible, online.
- GirlWise: How to Be Confident, Capable, Cool, and in Control, by Julia DeVillers.
Advice for teenage girls from more than 100 experts.
- Hallucinations, by Oliver Sacks.
With his usual elegance, curiosity, and compassion, Dr. Sacks weaves together stories that illuminate what hallucinations tell us about the organization and structure of our brains, and how they have influenced every culture's folklore and art.
- Have a Little Faith, by Mitch Albom.
This book explores life through a unique journey: the search for the right words to eulogize a Man of God. Along the way, Albom — who walked away from a deeply religious background as a young man — rekindles his faith by sitting with and caring for the wise, funny, but slowly decaying man of the cloth.
- Hypnosis for Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem, by Janet I. Decker.
An audiobook that explains what hypnotherapy is, how it is used, and the ins-and-outs of the hypnotic process.
- The Illustrated Guide to Assistive Technology and Devices, by Suzanne Robitaille.
This book is an illustrated guide to assistive technologies and devices (AT/AD). It chronicles the use of AT/AD - technology used by individuals with disabilities to perform functions that might otherwise be difficult or impossible.
- The Mona Lisa Stratagem: The Art of Women, Age, and Power, by Harriet Rubin.
A self-help book for middle-aged, and older, women, which explains how you can harness your 'mature power' to reach your goals, increase your self-confidence, and to find happiness.
- Mother - Daughter Wisdom, by Christiane Northrup.
Creating a Legacy of Physical and Emothional Health.
- MoveOn's 50 Ways to Love Your Country, by MoveOn.org and a host of contributors.
How to Find Your Political Voice and Become a Catalyst for Change. More than sixty articles on starting, and running, a grassroots effort to effect political change.
- No Matter What!, by Lisa Nichols.
A powerful and inspiring self-help guide that teaches you how to develop the skills, and muscles, that you need in order to overcome any obstacle that stands in your way and to learn how to live a life that you love.
- On Becoming Fearless, by Arianna Huffington.
An inspirational self-help guide that will help you to become a fearless woman.
- Outliers: The Story of Success, by Malcolm Gladwell.
In this book, Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of "outliers" - the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful. He asks the question: what makes high-achievers different?
- Pathways to Bliss: Mythology and Personal Transformation, by Joseph Campbell.
In this collection of lectures delivered between 1962 and 1983, Campbell examines how myth can aid a person's journey toward fulfillment or bliss, and the psychological side of myth.
- Potty Training Boys the Easy Way, by Caroline Fertleman & Simone Cave.
In this pediatrician's guide for navigating the challenges unique to toilet training boys, parents will find an accessible plan for getting their son trained quickly.
- Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife, by Eben Alexander.
A memoir written by a doctor whose near death experience led him to search for scientific proof of an afterlife.
- Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, by Susan Cain.
An informative book that examines the differences between introverts and extroverts, and which looks at the important role that introverts play in our society.
- The Red Hat Society - Fun and Friendship After Fifty, by Sue Ellen Cooper.
A spirited and zany overview of the founding, history, and spread of the Red Hat Society infused with personal anecdotes from various members of this society whose basic philosophy is that older women should be as silly and have as much fun as they can.
- Reverse Mortgages for Dummies, by Sarah Glendon Lyons and John E. Lucas.
A detailed overview of what a reverse mortgage is, how to decide if one is right for you, the process of acquiring a reverse mortgage, the fees associated with one, and under what circumstances you'll need to repay the loan.
- Self-Advocacy Skills Training for Older Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired, by Alberta L. Orr and Priscilla Rogers.
This three-part kit consisting of a training manual for group leaders, a participant's manual, and a guide for family members. The curriculum in this innovative kit teaches invaluable self-advocacy that will enrich the lives of any older individual learning to cope with vision loss. (printed text, cassettes, and ASCII disk)
- The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, by Deepak Chopra.
A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams - In The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, Deepak Chopra offers a life-altering perspective on the attainment of success.
- Spontaneous Happiness, by Andrew Weil.
Your guide to emotional well-being that takes a mind - body approach to helping you overcome depression, decrease your stress levels, and much more...
- Use Your Brain to Change Your Age, by Dr. Daniel G. Amen.
Self-help for the brain - in this handy book, Dr. Amen offers up ten easy steps that you can take to keep your brain active and healthy, and by extension, also keep your body active, healthy, and looking younger.
- Way of the Peaceful Warrior, by Dan Millman.
Despite his success, college student and world-champion athlete Dan Millman is haunted by a feeling that something is missing from his life. Awakened one night by dark dreams, he wanders into an all-night gas station, meets an old man named Socrates, and his world is changed forever.
- Welcome to Your Crisis, by Laura Day.
How to Use the Power of Crisis to Create the Life You Want. A self-help book that will help you to find the good in every crisis.
- When BAD Grammar Happens to GOOD People, by Ann Batko.
Starting with a pretest that will help you identify problem areas, this book points out common grammar mistakes, and offers tips on how to avoid making them in both your spoken and written endeavors.
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