If, as many have said, Thoughts become things and indeed we have the power to control our thoughts, doesn't it make sense to have thoughts that empower us vs. those that cause weakness? In this book, you will receive 365 original messages (one to ponder each day) from Daniel Clifford Padgug designed to help enable you to gear your thoughts in a way that will assist you in fulfilling your emotional, spiritual and financial goals. Get ready to begin a journey that will change the quality of your life forever!
Author: A. LaFaye
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2004-06-01
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
After breaking his leg, eleven-year-old Nate feels useless because he cannot work on the family farm in nineteenth-century Nebraska, so when his father brings home an orphan boy to help with the chores, Nate feels even worse.
Author: Janet Tashjian
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
Release Date: 2012-07-03
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
The year is 1971 and the place is Laurel Canyon, California. Quinn, a fourteen-year-old music "encyclopedia," writes a music column—called "For What It's Worth"—for his school paper. But Quinn's world is about to change when he is faced with helping a war dodger and must make some tough decisions. When he starts receiving cryptic Ouija board messages from Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix (all members of the 27 Club), he knows he is in over his head. Fortunately for Quinn, his new girlfriend Caroline helps him get a grip and channel his inner self.
Book Description: Green Berets unfolds in the chaotic late 1960's. We experience his steps as he graduates rigorous Special Forces' training and is selected as part of an elite team in Europe. This action/ true- life memoir concludes with revelations from his Vietnam tour-of-duty and his jungle patrols' diary written during the 1968 TET Offensive. and on weekends, the author scheduled himself one year to complete the book. Beginning on the anniversary date of his discharge from the Army, he kept to his schedule even when faced with technical equipment problems. The author recognizes his story came to be told by pure chance, but he found the journey to be engaging as well as cathartic. If there is another book forthcoming from this author, the subject matter will be entirely different as his file for this information is now closed.
Author: Robyn Schiff
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Release Date: 2002-07-31
These strong, multilayered poems test the transformative powers of dressmakers, jewelers, actors, and Darwin’s darkest finches as they adapt to a changing world where the same train hurtles past them toward marketplace and death camp both. Throughout, many of the poems use inherited forms to tell their stories, but the inheritance here comes down damaged and threadbare—yet full of power. In Worth Robyn Schiff inquires about making, buying, selling, and stealing in the material world, the natural landscape, and the human soul. Opening with the renowned couture house of Charles Frederick Worth, the father of high fashion— “The dress was so big, / one's hand is useless to take glass from table; / the skirt approaches while the hand is yet distanced” —and ending with the House of De Beers and a diamond thief named Adam Worth— “You'll know me by my approach / I'm coming on foot with a diamond in my mouth” —Schiff moves from Cartier and Tiffany to the Shedd Aquarium, from Marie Antoinette to the Civil War, from Mary Pickford to Marilyn Monroe.
Author: Worth Books
Publisher: Open Road Media
Release Date: 2017-02-28
Genre: Business & Economics
So much to read, so little time? This brief overview of Streaming, Sharing, Stealing tells you what you need to know—before or after you read Michael D. Smith’s and Rahul Telang’s book. Crafted and edited with care, Worth Books set the standard for quality and give you the tools you need to be a well-informed reader. This short summary and analysis of Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang’s Streaming, Sharing, Stealing includes: Historical context Chapter-by-chapter summaries Character profiles Important quotes Fascinating trivia Glossary of terms Supporting material to enhance your understanding of the original work About Streaming, Sharing, Stealing by Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang: There is a new world order in the entertainment industry. Digital technology has contributed to an explosion of content in the entertainment business as Netflix, Amazon, and Apple upend traditional entertainment, changing the way in which television, film, music, and books are made and consumed. In Streaming, Sharing, Stealing: Big Data and the Future of Entertainment, authors Smith and Telang document this massive change and demonstrate conclusively that making data-driven decisions and understanding customer behavior are the keys to the new marketplace. The summary and analysis in this ebook are intended to complement your reading experience and bring you closer to a great work of nonfiction.
Author: Ashley Latter
Publisher: Author House
Release Date: 2014
Genre: Business & Economics
Do you sometimes reduce the price of your treatments in your head because you feel your patients cannot afford them? Does talking of money in your surgery make you feel uncomfortable? Are you worried about quoting a price due to the fear you might get a negative response from your patient? Do you feel your services are worth more than you get paid for them? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then I promise you will enjoy reading this book. This book reveals information on exactly how to deal with this problem. As far as I am aware, the contents are not taught at any dentistry school. While certain elements of pricing may have been touched on by dental coaches, they'll have barely scratched the surface of what I do in this book. I'll be looking at this complex issue in depth, delving into the psychology of what you do in those awkward situations and even why you do it! I will alter your thought process, your beliefs, and most significantly, your behavioural pattern. You will never improve your results until you change your entire approach. This book will enable you to smash through all the restrictions that you've placed upon yourself when it comes to the fees that you charge your patients. I guarantee that once you've broken your own barriers down, the methods described in this book will provide you with the confidence necessary to deal with every pricing issue which arises. After all, you are worth it.
Throughout life, we all experience pain. Most commonly it stems from not being where we think we should be. Not feeling as though we have progressed in our career after so many failed attempts stings the most. We all want the benefits of success, but we have to be willing to pay the costs. Pursuing your dream is a praiseworthy endeavor, but is it worth the heartache that comes with trying to achieve it? This inspiring collection of poems and quotes helps you decide what matters most to you and spurs you to keep going wholeheartedly, however long it takes. It also weaves in testimonies from a wide variety of young adults, whose life experiences realistically illustrate the power of hope and determination. Rather than ignore the pain or be overwhelmed by it, discover how to make room for it so you can press on to fulfill your purpose as you grow into a person who not only dreams, but achieves. If you can't move that mountain, climb it-you may be closer to summiting than you think.
Author: Mara Jacobs
Publisher: Copper Country Press LLC
Books 4-6 in the New York Times bestselling Worth Series The 3 Bad Luck Beck brothers try to get lucky Book 4: WORTH THE EFFORT If it was easy, it wouldn't be worth it. Deni Casparich has been obsessed with the story of the Brockway Mountain Hermit since she was a kid. Little did she know he was her hottie of a boss. Sawyer Beck is not the legendary hermit, but having spent the last ten years of his life in near seclusion, he might as well be. Pulled back into real life, Sawyer begins working together with Deni on his engineering firm's big new project. Who knew protractors and slide rules could be so sexy?! But Sawyer's haunted past and Deni's shaky present are putting up obstacles at every turn. Can these two engineers build on a foundation of more than mutual attraction? Is their love...Worth The Effort? Book 5: WORTH THE PRICE Can Love Grow Again? Liv Beck loved her husband desperately, but that wasn’t enough to keep him. A failed marriage has taught her what’s important, and how to get what she wants. Unfortunately, she’ll need her ex-husband’s help to get it. Twain Beck has dealt with the guilt of his divorce for seven years. Now he can finally make it up to Liv by giving her the one thing she wants most. But is the price too high? Spending time together reminds Liv how much she always loved Twain, but she knows she needs to protect her heart this time. Twain can’t understand these new feelings he’s developing for Liv. Could he be falling in love with his ex-wife? Is trying again…Worth The Price? Book 6: WORTH THE LIES Oh, what a tangled web… Kelsey Cameron has spent the past four years thinking about a man she saw for only a minute. But it was a good minute. Huck Beck is getting a second chance at fulfilling a dream. And he won’t do anything to mess that up. Even if every time he looks at Kelsey he desperately wants to do just that. Forced to pretend to be a married couple, Kelsey and Huck have to lie to Huck’s family and friends. But in the end, are they really just lying to themselves? Is the possibility of finding love…Worth The Lies? Each book contains 2-3 fairly graphic love scenes and the F-bomb is detonated once or twice. If they were movies, they would be rated R. The Worth Series thus far: 1. Worth the Weight (Lizzie and Finn) 2. Worth the Drive (Katie and Dario 3. Worth the Fall (Alison and Petey) 4. Worth the Effort (Deni and Sawyer) 4.5 Totally Worth Christmas - novella (Phoebe and Charlie) 5. Worth The Price (Liv and Twain) 6. Worth The Lies (Kelsey and Huck) 7. Worth The Flight (Jess and Zeke) 8. Worth The Burn (Sarah and Reilly)
Is there anything that can be said about the value of a novel, story or film other than that one likes it? If such factors were made known, writers could use them to write books that readers would not only like better but would feel are worth reading. Do the techniques in books on writing produce such novels? Are some books good even though we do not like them? Should we force ourselves to like a book because an English professor or a critic insinuates that only people with good taste like that particular book? Do the "arbiters of good taste" have grounds supporting their claims that the books they like are good? What is the body of knowledge on which such expertise would have to depend? Do they have a right to impose their tastes on students and on the public? (148 words. limit - 150 words/200 words)
Set largely among the Jewish community of inter-war New York City, this is a beautifully-told collection of scenes from Morgenstern's life. The tricky ground of writing the advice column for a provincial Yiddish daily; successes during, and hard times after, the Depression; a position at the top of his craft as a labour specialist in the New York City Yiddish press - these and many more form a portrait of "a fundamentally decent man in morally perplexing situations".
When his fiancee disappears, Jun Kurisaka turns to his uncle, homicide inspector Shunsuke Honmawho, for help in locating the real Shoko Sekine, and determining the identity of the woman who had so lightly stepped out of her shoes and vanished without a trace.