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Not Caring What Other People Think Is A Superpower

Author : Ed Latimore
ISBN : 1542628806
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology)
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Not caring what people think is a superpower that will allow you to get what you want out of life. Most people worry about what others will think, so they suffocate their actions. As a result, they never live up to their potential. Within this book are insights about life and living to the fullest in 7 categories. You Will Learn: -The real reason the ability to work hard is so highly valued. -How to identify where to invest your emotional energy for the greatest return -Why you can't afford to have low standards for anything you do or the company you keep. -The greatest source of motivation that's untapped by most. -Vital paradigm and mindset shifts that will allow you to get more out of life. -The difference between strategy and tactics and how to develop a mindset for both. -How to select the best people to have a relationship with and get the most out of it.
Category: Self-actualization (Psychology)

The Four Confidences

Author : Ed Latimore
ISBN : 1537058665
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This is a short book that answers the burning question of our time: "How do I build confidence?" I don't like giving out purely tactical ideas like "do this" or "do that" because confidence is like work experience: people only hire you if you have it, but to get it you need people to hire you. I refused to throw more garbage into that well of circular thinking. What I give you instead is a way for you to change your mind into a confidence building machine.
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Naughty Nomad

Author : Mark Zolo
ISBN : 9781466381698
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 78.2 MB
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This is the story of a young man who set out to discover the meaning of adventure, only to be pulled down the rabbit hole into a dark underworld filled with danger, drama, and wild sex. Reckless, raunchy, and riveting, this book documents the origins of the Naughty Nomad, a man who would later be dubbed "The Indiana Jones of Pussy". A daring rescue in the Antarctic, a border jump to escape Sudan, incarceration in Siberia, attempted murder, love, friendship, betrayal, and so much more!Join him on his epic misadventures journeying to... Antarctica The Far East Indochina Europe and every country in Southeast Asia! A journey into the heart of darkness, this is NOT your typical backpacker story.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The World Is Flat 3 0

Author : Thomas L. Friedman
ISBN : 1429923075
Genre : Social Science
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This Independence Day edition of The World is Flat 3.0 includes an an exclusive preview of That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back, by Thomas L. Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum, on sale September 5th, 2011. A New Edition of the Phenomenal #1 Bestseller "One mark of a great book is that it makes you see things in a new way, and Mr. Friedman certainly succeeds in that goal," the Nobel laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz wrote in The New York Times reviewing The World Is Flat in 2005. In this new edition, Thomas L. Friedman includes fresh stories and insights to help us understand the flattening of the world. Weaving new information into his overall thesis, and answering the questions he has been most frequently asked by parents across the country, this third edition also includes two new chapters--on how to be a political activist and social entrepreneur in a flat world; and on the more troubling question of how to manage our reputations and privacy in a world where we are all becoming publishers and public figures. The World Is Flat 3.0 is an essential update on globalization, its opportunities for individual empowerment, its achievements at lifting millions out of poverty, and its drawbacks--environmental, social, and political, powerfully illuminated by the Pulitzer Prize--winning author of The Lexus and the Olive Tree.
Category: Social Science

Twitter Poems And Insights

Author : Ed Latimore
ISBN : 1537761269
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Paradox: One's potential for expression is often only realized after restraints are put in place. My restricting medium is Twitter. Each poem unlocks a valuable piece of wisdom concerning life. The poem is followed up with a more in-depth explanation and a piece of actionable advice to solidify the concept covered.
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The Nine Laws

Author : Ivan Throne
ISBN : 952706595X
Genre : Self-Help
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THE NINE LAWS is a living manual of power, distilled for the reader by the man who was forced to build it to survive. The author forged this system over decades of cruel experience from childhood. The reader who masters this content will discover the full extent of his capabilities and become the engineer of his own destiny.
Category: Self-Help

The Fish That Ate The Whale

Author : Rich Cohen
ISBN : 9780374299279
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author of Sweet and Low presents a historical profile of Samuel Zemurray that traces his rise from a penniless youth to one of the world's wealthiest and most powerful men, offering insight into his capitalist talents and the ways in which his life reflected the best and worst of American business dealings.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Alone The Classic Polar Adventure

Author : Richard E. Byrd
ISBN : 9781447480990
Genre : Fiction
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The harrowing and heartfelt account of an adventurer's desire to feel true peace and isolation. Richard E. Byrd spent five months alone operating the meteorological station at the advanced base camp in the long dark nights of Antarctic winter. The following autobiographical tale tells of this adventure in 1934, from which he narrowly escaped with his life after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning from a poorly ventilated stove.
Category: Fiction

The Power Of Not Caring

Author : Grace Scott
ISBN : 1507838603
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Stop Trying To Please Everyone..Do you know that you cannot live with true freedom when everything you do is base on other people's expectation of you. Based on real events of people living in the society, "The Power of Not Caring" will show you examples of why people are suffering emotionally. Also, this book will offer you a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform your mindset to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love. Whether you are dealing with stresses, worries, or feeling peer pressure from everyday life. "The Power of Not Caring" offers basic and easy-to-use advice on dealing with normal problems in a healthy, positive way. Here is what I'll be sharing with you: The Downside of Always Seeking Approval Dealing with Other People's Judgement Experience True Freedom and Live an Authentic Life
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Rome 1960

Author : David Maraniss
ISBN : 9781439102671
Genre : History
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From the critically acclaimed and bestselling author David Maraniss, a groundbreaking book that weaves sports, politics, and history into a tour de force about the 1960 Rome Olympics, eighteen days of theater, suspense, victory, and defeat David Maraniss draws compelling portraits of the athletes competing in Rome, including some of the most honored in Olympic history: decathlete Rafer Johnson, sprinter Wilma Rudolph, Ethiopian marathoner Abebe Bikila, and Louisville boxer Cassius Clay, who at eighteen seized the world stage for the first time, four years before he became Muhammad Ali. Along with these unforgettable characters and dramatic contests, there was a deeper meaning to those late-summer days at the dawn of the sixties. Change was apparent everywhere. The world as we know it was coming into view. Rome saw the first doping scandal, the first commercially televised Summer Games, the first athlete paid for wearing a certain brand of shoes. Old-boy notions of Olympic amateurism were crumbling and could never be taken seriously again. In the heat of the cold war, the city teemed with spies and rumors of defections. Every move was judged for its propaganda value. East and West Germans competed as a unified team less than a year before the Berlin Wall. There was dispute over the two Chinas. An independence movement was sweeping sub-Saharan Africa, with fourteen nations in the process of being born. There was increasing pressure to provide equal rights for blacks and women as they emerged from generations of discrimination. Using the meticulous research and sweeping narrative style that have become his trademark, Maraniss reveals the rich palate of character, competition, and meaning that gave Rome 1960 its singular essence.
Category: History