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Time Leadership Time by Ben Wood
“Time cannot be managed; instead, you manage activities,” said Bob Proctor. Have you ever tried time management systems without significant success? Would you like to bring back control to your life and enjoy your life much more? If so, then Time Leadership Time is for you.
The New Accounts Payable Toolkit by Christine H Doxey
A new approach to the entire accounts payable process for the digitized worl The accounts payable process can be very complex, but it doesn’t have to be. Best practices, internal controls, and automation can reduce the complexity of the process and can ensure that payments are accurately made to a valid and compliant supplier.
The Mushin Way to Peak Performance by Michael Veltri
Follow your own nature to achieve clarity, power, and succes The Mushin Way teaches tools and techniques to help you reach peak performance and transform your business and personal life. Regardless of what we want to achieve in business or in life, transformation can be difficult and we tend to be our own worst enemies.
The Logic of Life by Tim Harford
The Logic of Life: The Rational Economics of an Irrational World is a book by Tim Harford published in 2008 by Random House. Harford argues that rational behavior is more widespread than expected in the larger population.
The Beeswax Workshop by Chris Dalziel
Making all kinds of amazing, all-natural stuff out of beeswax is easy and fun. Packed with over 100 step-by-step recipes, The Beeswax Workshop shows you how to make beautiful gifts, household cleaners, beauty supplies and so, so much more…
Spiritual American Trash by Greg Bottoms
In Spiritual American Trash, Greg Bottoms goes beyond the examination of eight “outsider artists” and inhabits the spirit of their work and stories in engaging vignettes.
Road Trip USA by Jamie Jensen
The Road Awaits! Criss-cross the country on America’s classic two-lane highways with Road Trip USA! Inside you’ll find 11 of America’s favorite road trips with a flexible network of route combinations,color-coded and extensively cross-referenced to allow for hundreds of possible itineraries Mile-by-mile highlights celebrating the best of Americana,including roadside curiosities, parks, diners, and more Local histor that reveals the unique personalitie of small towns and big cities across the country Vintage snapshots…
Rope Knots Guide Book by Shawnna Tyree
Knot tying has always been one of those key outdoor skills that the inexperienced take for granted. The experienced outdoorsman, however, has had enough success and failure to know that there are right and wrong knots for certain jobs.
Restructuring the Hold by Thomas C Anderson
Establishing an effective partnership andachieving improved outcomes for investors and management teams during the hold cycle Private equity represents a productive and fast-growing asset class—building businesses, creating jobs, and providing unlimited opportunity for investors and management teams alike, particularly if they know how to work together in candid and effective partnerships.
Poker The Parody of Capitalism by Ole Bjerg
Poker is an extraordinary worldwide phenomenon with major social, cultural, and political implications, and Poker: The Parody of Capitalism investigates the game of poker as a cultural expression of significance not unlike art, literature, film, or music.
Playing the Game by Paul Remack
Personal wealth isn’t the only purpose of hard work and investment; it’s also important to be able to pass wealth on to one’s children and grandchildren. Wealth transfer and distribution is a game, and if played poorly—or if it is not realized a game is being played—one’s fortune can be eaten away by a combination of poor investments and unfair taxation. Written by a financial advisor with decades of experience, Playing the Game prepares people for the game of Wealth Transfer and Distribution, enabling them to pass on their fortune intact so that future generations may enjoy it.
Pistol Shooting Sports by Ken Adcock
Pistol Shooting Sport is a comprehensive guide for firearms enthusiasts of all levels and skills. The book and its companion website, pistolshootingsports.com, are the best resources to get you started in practical shooting competitions.
People Strategy by jack Altman
Learn to unlockthe potential of your employees and colleagues with this definitive resource for people managemen People Strategy: How to Invest in People and Make Culture Your Competitive Advantage provides readers with a powerful framework in which to develop high-performing teams, increase employee motivation, and use data to build an inviting and effective company culture.
Passive Income with US Tax Lien by Ronald Kirosaki
Tax liens can be charge conceded or even tax-exempt. You can buy them in your self-coordinated IRA. Financing costs change yet normal somewhere in the range of 5% and 18%. The financing costs are fixed by nearby governments, basically an administration ensured credit. Furthermore, the speculation is gotten by genuine property (land).
Nikon D300 Digital Field Guide by J. Dennis Thomas
With 12.3 megapixels, a three-inch LCD, Live View, and the ability to shoot up to eight frames per second, your D300 is an awesome camera. The more you know about using it, the more you’ll get for your money, so take this guide with you on every shoot. Along with detailed instructions on using every feature, it provides full-color images of menu screens, helps you select lenses, and offers guidance for getting magnificent images in many situations.
New Zealand’s Great Walks by Paul Hersey
New Zealand’s Great Walks are world class. In a country blessed with hundreds of spectacular tracks to choose from, these are considered the best of the best.
Making Contemporary Wooden Tables by Thomas Stender
Well-known studio furniture makers contribute some of their most successful designs for this book about building tables. Aimed at serious hobbyists, Making Contemporary Wooden Tables guides the woodworker through projects that build skills and offer a range of innovative solutions for table design.
Lonely Planet California 8th Edition by Lonely Planet
#1 best-selling guide to Finland* Lonely Planet Finlandis your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Hike through forests and fells, spectacular gorges and ravines, fizz over the snow behind a team of huskies on an overnight dog-sled safari, then change the pace with chic shopping at Helsinki’s cutting-edge design stores; all with your trusted travel companion.
How to Draw Flowers by Reda Waaziz
When we see Plants, we often admire Flowers and we want to draw them, so I designed this book to share with you how to draw your Favorite Flowers Do not worry if you are a beginner as through simple steps that you learned and you will drawing any Flower you like.
How to Raise Successful People by Esther Wojcicki
The Godmother of Silicon Valley, legendary teacher, and mother of a Super Family shares her tried-and-tested methods for raising happy, healthy, successful children using Trust, Respect, Independence, Curiosity, and Kindness: TRICK.
Good People by Anthony Tjan
Based on the viral Harvard Business Review article, bestelling author Anthony Tjan argues that leaders have a new imperative: you must have competent people on your team—but more importantly, they must also be of high character.
Financial Accounting by Dhanesh K. Khatri
This book provides a comprehensive coverage on financial accounting. It includes all the latest topics of the subject like IFRS, inventory accounting, etc. It is rich in pedagogy, examples, cases and exercises. It discusses the core concepts of financial accounting with the right mix of theory with practical applications in a student-friendly manner.
From Pinewood to Hollywood by I Scott
This book is about the emigration, film careers and socio-cultural influence of British filmmakers moving to Hollywood in the studio era. It deals with some of the unknown and neglected émigrés, as well as the leading lights who founded, initiated and ensured that American film became the leading national cinema of the twentieth century.
Factfulness by Hans Rosling
INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER “One of the most important books I’ve ever read—an indispensable guide to thinking clearly about the world.” – Bill Gates “Hans Rosling tells the story of ‘the secret silent miracle of human progress’ as only he can. But Factfulness does much more than that. It also explains why progress is so often secret and silent and teaches readers how to see it clearly.” —Melinda Gates
Drawing for the Absolute Beginner by Mark Willenbrink
With encouraging words and an emphasis on having fun, this guide takes you from the basic fundamentals of drawing to the complexities of creating landscapes, still lifes, people and more.
DIY Dollhouse Plans by Charlene Butler
Have you ever seen a real dollhouse? Not the ones at cavernous home improvement stores, but a real dollhouse made from natural elements? Well, now you can build your own miniature magical abode. A photo gallery of other stunning pieces provides shared the reader more possibilities to create.
Byzantine Women and Their World by Ioli Kalavrezou
A cursory glance at the Byzantine world would show women as illiterate, excluded from prominent political roles and second class citizens when compared to the positions and power held by men. Aside from the female members of the aristocracy, ordinary women are often incidental in both the literature and art of the period.
Better Beekeeping by Kim Flottum
Backyard beekeepers everywhere agree, a successful colony is a thing of beauty. Thousands of beekeepers have started beekeeping thanks to Kim Flottum’s first book, The Backyard Beekeeper, and they have added to their repertoire of skills with The Backyard Beekeeper’s Honey Handbook. Now, Better Beekeeping answers the question, “What do I do now that I’m a beekeeper?” The essential theme is simple: If you produce the right number of bees of the right age at the right time in the right place in the right condition you will be successful.
Beauty 40+ by Boris Entrup
A guide to beauty for the modern, mature woman who wants to maintain her beauty at any age. Makeup is not just for young women. Beauty 40+ covers age-appropriate makeup looks for older women, with 24 step-by-step makeup tutorials from Germany’s Next Top Model resident makeup artist Boris Entrup that will take you out of a rut and into a new age of beauty.
Connect by Dawn Burnett
Wellness strategist Dawn Burnett has an impressive track record for helping people unlock better health and greater vitality. Like all of us, however, she has had a life filled with highs and lows. The child of divorced parents and a survivor of abuse, she was in a toxic marriage and then, just after her divorce, was hit by a drunk driver.