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Author : Travis Angry
ISBN : 9781614486503
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 75.10 MB
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In a “brutally honest” memoir, a motivational speaker, military veteran, and cancer survivor reveals how hope can bring about positive change (Ernie Johnson, Jr., sportscaster TNT/TBS). Change: If I Can, You Can is the story of a man destined for as much turmoil as life can provide. Travis Angry created his identity through childhood rebellion, dropping out of school, being in the military, fighting cancer, marrying, divorcing, raising children as a single father, obtaining a college degree, writing a memoir, and working as a professional speaker. Angry’s gift is showing others how to resolve fear. His mission is to help teenagers, parents, teachers, coaches, and youth group directors to understand their lives and use hope as a tool for positive change. “Travis’ story will make you want to scream and shout. His perseverance and strength is truly inspiring! He is making a positive impact within his family and community. He is truly making a difference one page at a time.” —Jordin Sparks, singer/actress
Category: Self-Help

Absolutely Should Less

Author : Damon L. Jacobs
ISBN : 9781614484028
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 22.70 MB
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Let go of your doubts, fears and worries with this motivational guide for anyone who wants to find true contentment and happiness. Imagine a day in which you wake up, get out of bed, and go about your daily business without a single “should” getting in the way of how you feel about yourself, your appearance, other people, or the world around you. Absolutely Should-Less invites you into such a world, offering seven proven steps toward a happier and more peaceful life. If you have ever experienced any stress or sadness from looking in the mirror and telling yourself you should lose weight, make more money, think smarter, look better, or be any different from who you are today, then you are suffering the consequences of devastating “shoulds”—and this is just the book for you. It won’t magically change your life, but it will change your mind—allowing you to appreciate where you are now, know what you truly want, and go after your goals from a place of security, confidence, and clarity.
Category: Self-Help

Fit Moms For Life

Author : Dustin Maher
ISBN : 9781614480815
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 65.7 MB
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Get to know thirty-one amazing women who have taken the Fit Mom for Life Challenge, dropped up to a hundred pounds—and kept it off! Are you ready to look twenty years younger? Have a flat stomach again? Take your husband’s breath away each time he sees you? Bring sexy back into being a mom? Melt the muffin top? Fit into your skinny jeans and still have room left over? Be a mom that your kids are proud of? In this book you will discover: One exercise that can make your stomach 2–4 inches smaller within two weeks The workout that can burn off far more fat than doing boring cardio How to burn fat 24 hours a day How to eat like a linebacker and have a metabolism of a hummingbird How to change your thoughts to produce lasting results Dustin Maher, a self-proclaimed “Mama’s Boy” who has given his life to serving moms and helping them look and feel their best, asks “Who is taking care of you?”—and shows why moms must start putting themselves first in order to be there for the ones they love.
Category: Health & Fitness

Beyond My Yesterdays

Author : Jeannie Keneley
ISBN : 9781630472221
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A faith-based journey of the heart as a woman seeks healing from a troubled past by looking to one of the Bible’s most misunderstood characters. While many have written about healing in the aftermath of divorce, few have opened their hearts as fully as Jeannie Keneley does in Beyond My Yesterdays. With generosity and candor, Jeannie gives us insight into her private world of devastation and hope in the process of healing from abuse, betrayal, and abandonment. A successful entrepreneur who built and sold four interior design businesses over the course of her career, Jeannie is now a full-time Christian author and speaker with a passionate heart for those who hurt, and an encouraging message for those who finds themselves lonely and lost in life. For at the same time Jeannie was reaching the heights of professional success, she kept making wrong turns in her search for personal happiness. After three destructive marriages and divorces, Jeannie finally came to the end of her “dark night of the soul” and found her answers in the arms of her Creator. In Beyond My Yesterdays, Jeannie explores the biblical story of the Woman at the Well. She shares a story of two women separated by two thousand years, yet intrinsically bonded by one shared experience. As we look at these women, our eyes are opened to new insights and truths of the magnificent power of healing through God’s amazing grace.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Under The Social Influence

Author : Chuck Wilson
ISBN : 9781614484660
Genre : Self-Help
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A practical guide to embracing social media and the Internet revolution without living online—“Provides valuable insight” (Jay Myers). In just the past two decades, the Internet revolution has radically changed our world. Every aspect of life has been affected—from how we buy groceries to how we meet people, and from mass media phenomena to the way our own minds operate. Many of us are left wondering how we can use such a powerful tool without becoming just another part of it—or falling victim to its more sinister side. Under the Social Influence looks at specific positive and negative aspects of the Internet that can impact a person’s life and career. It uses common examples of our changing lifestyles, as well as unique and sometimes humorous stories of Internet use gone wrong—and methods for altering behavior for the better. This is a no nonsense, tough love playbook for anyone struggling to get ahead, stuck in a negative social network situation, or simply trying to balance living in the real world while still existing online.Each part of Under the Social Influence captures specific (positive and negative) influences that can impact a successful life and career. It uses examples of what generally happens, unique and sometimes humorous stories of what went wrong and then methods for altering the reader’s behavior as they grow and mature. The book appeals to Gen Y workers seeking their first “real” job, employers looking to figure out why their millennial workers act as they do, and helps everyone put life in perspective and focus on what’s really important. This is a cut-to-the-chase, no nonsense, real world, tough love playbook for those struggling to get ahead and those under the influence of negative social situations.
Category: Self-Help

Commons People

Author : Tony Russell
ISBN : 9781784624163
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 69.95 MB
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What motivates our MPs? Who inspires them? What do they do to relax? What keeps them awake at night? What are their hopes and aspirations for the future? Commons People answers all of these questions and more, allowing the reader to get into the minds of our elected representatives, and reveals what’s in their hearts and explores their concerns. The book shows us the personal side of the people whose decisions affect virtually every aspect of our lives, including Sir Peter Bottomley, Andy Burnham, Stephen Dorrell, Zac Goldsmith, Sadiq Khan, Nicky Morgan, David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Luciana Berger, Michael Dugher, Philip Davies and many more.
Category: Political Science

Insightful Player

Author : Chrissy Carew
ISBN : 9781614480556
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 47.63 MB
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“Compelling, interesting and important” true stories of hard work, perseverance and success from some of the greatest football players in NFL history (Peter King, Sports Illustrated). To play in the National Football League, you have to have something special. A special drive, a special heart—and a special desire to win. And in this inspiring collection of true life stories from legendary players such as Roger Staubach, Jericho Cotchery, Rashied Davis and many more, you will learn how they overcame incredible obstacles to reach the NFL. One player’s father was murdered when he was eight, while another witnessed gun violence as early as the age of five. A Hall of Fame player never had a winter coat or winter boots and didn't always have food to eat, and yet another was put in classes for the mentally disabled, abused by his father, and ignored by his coaches because they said he had no talent. All of these players overcame these hardships to achieve a place in the NFL. Each story in Insightful Player demonstrates the immense power of the human spirit, and shows how players reached greatness not only with their talent, but with the heroism and strength of character they showed in their everyday lives. It is their perseverance that makes this a perfect playbook for inspiring anyone, especially children, to realize that they can be anything they want to be.
Category: Self-Help

The Curse Of The Capable

Author : Arthur P. Ciaramicoli
ISBN : 9781614482024
Genre : Psychology
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Why high achievers so often struggle to find true happiness—and how they can learn to balance performance with inner peace. When we look at outwardly successful, capable people, we often presume that they must experience satisfaction with their lives. We can make the same mistake when we view ourselves—wondering why we’re plagued by anxieties, self-doubt, exhaustion, or even addictions and health problems when it seems like we “should” be happy. This insightful book shows how the stories we create about ourselves early in life—stories that can often include some fictional elements—can have a dramatic impact on our current situation. The beliefs and habits we’ve developed can even lead into a downward spiral, as feelings of being overwhelmed or disappointed start to affect our performance in life, causing a crash in self-esteem. With The Curse of the Capable, you can start to untangle the hidden hardships that plague so-called high achievers—and find the crucial balance between taking care of business and taking care of yourself.
Category: Psychology