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“Not so much a subject matter, philosophy is a way of thinking. Thinking not just about the Big Questions, but about little ones too. This series invites everyone to ponder things they care about, big or small, significant, serious … or just curious.”—Philosophy for Everyone
The Now Habit at Work: Perform Optimally, Maintain Focus, and Ignite Motivation in Yourself and Others
Business managers, entrepreneurs, and those working from home will perform optimally, ignite motivation, and live a balanced life by applying the strategies and tools from Dr. Neil A. Fiore's, THE NOW HABIT AT WORK.
Helping leaders engage in their powers of intention
THE UNAVAILABLE FATHER: Seven Ways Women Can Understand, Heal, and Cope with a Broken Father/Daughter Relationship
Absentee fathers aren’t only devastating to young men. They also have a profound impact on women’s sense of self-worth.
The world is finally ready to discover that spirituality is in fact the very basis of all our most profitable business transactions, even in atheists, and strictly secular individuals. Spirituality isn't something we put into business; business is something that we have already put into spirituality.
According to a recent MSNBC article, corporate crises at BP, Goldman Sachs and Toyota are not only impacting their bottom line, they are affecting employees at these companies as well.
Whether it's the loss of a job, a marriage, or a life, we've all faced uncomfortable situations where we don’t know what to say. How do we pause, listen, and offer comfort in those hard moments?
Scientists in Finland have discovered that cheese can help preserve and enhance the immune system of the elderly by acting as a carrier for probiotic bacteria reveals a study in FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology
The Art (and Business) of Finding More Time: 10 Ways to Organize Your Time and Resources for Maximum ROI
Chances are, your plate is full—maybe even fuller than you can comfortably handle. Don’t throw in the towel just yet, though…Thriving in the Workplace All-in-One for Dummies® gives you concrete strategies that will help you gain control of prioritizing your tasks, managing your time, and getting yourself organized.
Are our destinies determined at birth, through the DNA we inherit from each parent? Or does our DNA combine with our opportunities, decisions, actions, education, friends, family and society determine the future for us?
New Research Reveals that People Who Are Happy at Work Are 50% More Productive and 180% Happier Overall
Richard O. Davies Presents the Top Ten American Sports Rivalries
Lifelong Learning and Community Action for Older Adults
‘Overweight’ Adults Age 70 or Older Are Less Likely To Die Over A 10 Year Period Than Those Of ‘Normal’ Weight
New Study Calls Into Question Current BMI Guidelines For Older Adults
Written by Candida Fink, MD, a psychiatrist specializing in bipolar disorder, and Joe Kraynak, MA, a professional writer with a close family member diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Bipolar Disorder For Dummies® is a reassuring guide that explains the brain chemistry behind the disease, as well as the latest medications and therapies.
How many times have you sat in front of your PC, staring at the screen, totally unable to focus on that urgent report for your boss? Are you an old acquaintance of the Friday afternoon slump or the Monday morning trance? If we’re honest, we could all do with a bit of extra brain energy to avoid feeling ineffective and weary at times. Just as Tai Chi has been used for centuries to balance body and mind, Mind Chi, the new book by Richard Israel and Vanda North, will give you a daily routine of simple exercises to increase your mental energy.
Have you ever wondered how different your life would be if you increased your confidence by just 10%? Bestselling motivational author, Paul McGee, has and in his latest book, Self-Confidence: The Remarkable Truth of Why a Small Change Can Make a Big Difference, he helps readers understand what confidence is, why it’s important, and how to develop it in themselves and others.
“Palmer shares the lessons of his vocational and spiritual journey, discussing his own burnout and intense depression with exceptional candor and clarity. In essays that previously appeared in spiritual or educational journals and have been reworked to fit into this slim volume, he suggests that individuals are most authentic when they follow their natural talents and limitations, as his own story demonstrates.” --- Publishers Weekly
Celebrities’ marital transgressions make headlines news for weeks while marital triumphs are rarely reported with such fervor. It’s become common for American audiences to see failed marriages as the norm in the absence of successful models. “The best way to understand how to make a marriage a success is to study successful marriage,” emphasize long-time spouses and marriage experts Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz. Following their own advice, the couple spent twenty-six years in six continents researching the pervasive characteristics present in all successful marriages. In the process, they demystified the simple tools required to make any marriage work.