How to Turn Difficult Feelings into Rock-Solid Confidence
Author: Joan Rosenberg
Publisher: Hachette UK
90 Seconds to a Life You Love follows a simple formula: 1 choice. 8 feelings. 90 seconds. This book teaches you that if you choose to be fully present and aware when you experience unpleasant feelings. If you choose not to block or avoid these difficult emotions with alcohol, food or denial. If you ride through the wave of these feelings, which will only last for 90 seconds, you will build your confidence. It's called the Rosenberg Reset and it will change your life. You will move through these emotions successfully, be better equipped to handle unpleasant feelings in the future and put yourself on the path to resilience, emotional strength, positive self-esteem and rock solid confidence. 90 Seconds to a Life You Love shares the only neuroscience-based approach that shows readers how to achieve emotional strength and confidence. 'Joan's approach is simple, practical, and effective. It represents a significant breakthrough on the path to success. If you want unwavering confidence to pursue your goals and dreams, then this will guide you to it.' Jack Canfield, co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and The Success Principles '90 Seconds to a Life You Love is a must-read. Imagine what would happen in your life if you had unwavering self-esteem and greater emotional strength. This book is the roadmap, and Dr. Joan is the perfect guide.' Brendon Burchard, author of The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, and The Millionaire Messenger 'Her ethos is simple: if you sit with an unpleasant or painful emotion for 90 seconds, keeping it in your mind without distractions, you will essentially 'ride it out'. - Metro
Make Instant Connections That Pay Off in Business and in Life
Author: Nicholas Boothman
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
Now in paperback, revised throughout, with a timely new chapter and title— The original How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less received praise such as: "Nick Boothman's brilliant stroke is to guarantee that within the first 90 seconds of meeting someone you'll be communicating like old trusted friends. But he doesn’t stop there. This book shows how to turn those instant connections into long-lasting, productive business relationships."—Marty Edelston, publisher, BottomLine/Personal. And: "Success in business depends on effectively communicating ideas, at least as much as thinking them up, and Boothman tells us how to do that."—Matthew Bishop, The Economist. Boothman's message is central, and in this current business climate, critical: whether selling, interviewing, or motivating a team, success depends on convincing the other person—and the quickest and best way to do that is through what he calls "rapport by design." Using the science of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (built upon body language, attitude, voice, and synchronizing behavior), Boothman shows how to create a winning first impression and, within 90 seconds, a lasting trust. Then, when those 90 seconds are up, he shows how to master the people-to-people skills that are essential to an ongoing business relationship. A new chapter added just for the paperback serves as a communication primer—drawing on his years in advertising, Boothman reveals how to make your message stand out and stick in a world that's already glutted with information.
Steve Dangle’s incredible odyssey, from self-starting Leafs lover to sports-media star How do you turn ranting about hockey into a career? Steve “Dangle” Glynn is a YouTuber, podcaster, and sports personality from Toronto, who managed to turn a 16-second online rant about the Maple Leafs into a career in sports media. From video blogging in his parents’ house at 19 to yelling on televisions across Canada at 28, Dangle has been involved with some of the most important sports companies in the country. In between tales of Steve’s adventures, both online and off, This Team Is Ruining My Life is also a kind of how-to (or how-not-to) guide: in an ever-evolving media landscape, sometimes you have to get creative to find the job you want. This is Steve Dangle and his accidentally on purpose journey through sports media so far.
In addition to his much anticipated most recent book, Become a Better You, Joel Osteen offers this lovingly compiled collection of motivational and inspirational readings to prepare and assist us in becoming the person that God wants each of us to be. It is the perfect complement to Become a Better You. This book will provide enlightening, insightful and inspiring words for all readers. The readings correspond beautifully with the seven values that Joel emphasizes in Become a Better You.
Later to bed, munching some fries, makes a girl pretty healthy and wise. . . . Yes, it’s true—more or less. Why? Women do need to eat healthier, exercise, get adequate sleep, and take preventive health care seriously, yet it’s equally important for them to relax. Relax, take a breather, and give up trying to follow the narrowly prescribed health “rules” that are constant sources of unhealthy stress and guilt. In Live a Little!, women finally get a long-overdue dose of realism about what’s truly healthy and what’s mostly hype. Susan Love and Alice Domar take on the health police, whose edicts make us feel terrible when we don’t get eight hours of sleep or eat the maximum daily serving of veggies. Most important, they remind us of a forgotten truth: Perfect health is not achievable. Breaking down the prevailing health “musts” in six areas—sleep, stress, preventive care, exercise, nutrition, and personal relationships—these doctors, with a little help from the other experts of BeWell, cut to the heart of these topics and give us realistic guidelines for living a healthy enough life, one that also includes laughter, relaxation, and a commonsense attitude about being pretty healthy. To learn more health truths and whittle down your overblown expectations of yourself, open this book. Using science combined with these experts’ surprisingly refreshing opinions, Live a Little! shows you how to be healthy without driving yourself crazy! From the Hardcover edition.
FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. A suspense thriller of a novel about an American fighter squadron commander and a Russian squadron commander who get caught up in a forbidden, passionate romance. The Russian lady gets pregnant and both of them are entangled in a UN political game of power and supremacy among nations. This personal and international competition to establish a UN one-world government system is in Sam Munch's book entitled Friendly Enemies
In Matthew 5, Jesus calls believers the salt of the earth and light of the world. Indeed, we must reach out to tell others His story of sacrifice and grace so glory is given to God throughout our communities and the entire planet. Evangelism Handbook is a thorough guide to the daily ministry of sharing Christ. Writer and professor Alvin Reid is particularly concerned about how the Western Church is practicing evangelism—its failure to reach the hardcore unchurched and its trend of losing young people faster than it can win them. With all of that in mind, Reid organizes his research and experience in effective modern evangelism into four clear and actionable categories: Biblical (with chapters on Jesus, Paul, and evangelism in Acts), Spiritual (the work of the Spirit, the power of prayer and other disciplines), Intentional (leadership, creativity, worship), and Missional (church planting, reaching the unchurched).