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Words That Work: It's Not What You Say, It's What People Hear Words That Work: It's Not What You Say, It's What People Hear
by Dr. Frank Luntz

Why are some people so much better than others at talking their way into a job or out of trouble? What makes some advertising jingles cut through the clutter of our crowded memories? What's behind winning campaign slogans and career-ending political blunders?



This Year I Will . . .: How to Finally Change a Habit, Keep a Resolution, or Make a Dream Come True This Year I Will . . .: How to Finally Change a Habit, Keep a Resolution, or Make a Dream Come True
by M.J. Ryan

Every so often people get inspired (again!) to lose weight, get organized, start saving, or stop worrying -- but a few months later they give up, frustrated. It doesn't have to be that way. In This Year I Will . . ., bestselling author M. J. Ryan offers breakthrough wisdom and coaching to help readers make this time the time that changes become permanent.



This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women This I Believe: The Personal Philosophies of Remarkable Men and Women
by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman, eds.

Based on the National Public Radio series of the same name, This I Believe features eighty essayists -- from the famous to the unknown -- completing the thought that begins the book's title.



The Intellectual Devotional: Revive Your Mind, Complete Your Education, <i>and</i> Roam Confidently with the Cultured Class The Intellectual Devotional: Revive Your Mind, Complete Your Education, and Roam Confidently with the Cultured Class
by David S. Kidder & Noah D. Oppenheim

Daily Devotionals have long been a favored tool of those looking for a regular dose of spiritual growth. The Intellectual Devotional is a secular compendium in the same tradition -- one year's worth of daily readings that will refresh the spirit, stimulate the mind, and help complete your education.



Success Built to Last: Creating a Life that Matters Success Built to Last: Creating a Life that Matters
by Jerry Porras, Stewart Emery and Mark Thompson

Authored by three thought leaders in organizational development and self-improvement -- including Built to Last coauthor Jerry Porras -- it challenges conventional wisdom at every step.



On Becoming Fearless . . . in Love, Work, and Life On Becoming Fearless . . . in Love, Work, and Life
by Arianna Huffington

Observing that her teenage daughters were beginning to experience some of the same fears that had once burdened her -- how attractive am I? do people like me? do I dare speak up? -- Arianna Huffington set out to explore the ways in which fear affects all our lives.



Why Cafe Why Cafe
by John P. Strelecky

In a small diner at a location so remote that it stands in the middle of the middle of nowhere, John -- a man in a hurry -- is at a literal and figurative crossroads. Intent only on refueling before moving along on his road trip, John finds sustenance of an entirely different kind.



The Right Words at the Right Time: Volume 2: Your Turn! The Right Words at the Right Time: Volume 2: Your Turn!
by Marlo Thomas and New Friends

From big cities to farm communities, from office cubicles to hospital wards, from Normandy Beach to Boston's Fenway Park, the contributors to this remarkable volume -- selected from among thousands in a nationwide search -- tell riveting stories about the words that changed their lives forever.



Refuse to Choose! A Revolutionary Program for Doing Everything That You Love Refuse to Choose! A Revolutionary Program for Doing Everything That You Love
by Barbara Sher

You know people like this: smart, curious, devouring every new project or experience -- and unable to decide, once and for all, on a single direction for their lives. Despite their passionate engagement with the world, they fear something is horribly wrong with them.



In Control: No More Snapping at Your Family, Sulking at Work, Steaming in the Grocery Line, Seething in Meetings, Stuffing Your Frustration In Control: No More Snapping at Your Family, Sulking at Work, Steaming in the Grocery Line, Seething in Meetings, Stuffing Your Frustration
by Redford Williams, MD, and Virginia Williams, PhD

Have you ever lost your temper over trivial matters? Stuffed your anger deep inside? Sulked because you didn't get your way? Felt lost in an increasingly confusing modern world? If so, you may not be in control.



Money, A Memoir: Women, Emotions, and Cash Money, A Memoir: Women, Emotions, and Cash
by Liz Perle

Long ago, and not entirely consciously, Liz Perle made a quiet contract with cash: She would do what it took to get it -- work hard, marry right -- but she didn't want to have to think about it too much. Ever since she was a young girl, the subject of money had been quietly sidestepped, a shadowy factor whose importance was downplayed and deemed impolite to discuss. This deliberate denial eventually exacted its price, however, when a sudden reversal of fortunes left Perle with no home, no job, a four-year-old, and a box of toys. She realized she could no longer afford to leave her murky and fraught relationship with money unexamined.



How to Get Anyone to Do Anything How to Get Anyone to Do Anything
by R. Philip Hanes

Divided into four parts -- Networking, Risk-Taking, Fund-Raising, and Problem-Solving -- How to Get Anyone to Do Anything will inspire readers to see challenging opportunities instead of insurmountable odds.