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Doing More With Teams

Doing More With Teams explores the ways to encourage a new form of competition so that organizations complete the challenges before them to drive growth and get results. It offers a new premise for the concept of teamwork and challenges the perception that individualism is the only way to wealth. Through real-life and historical examples of teams that have inspired awe, this book lays out a ...

Doing More With Less

https://www.DoingMoreWithLessBook.com/Doing More With Less dives into our primal competitive instinct, which embraces frugality as a crucial competitive edge. Author Bruce Piasecki convincingly explains the case for a return to frugality, providing relevant examples from his thirty years of experience as a management consultant and change agent. Liberate more of your resources by realigning ...

Pulp Kitchen: The Cookbook

If you’ve been throwing away the pulp after juicing, you’ve been missing a valuable piece of the nutritional puzzle. Did you know that pulp has amazing health benefits? And that it can be used to add both flavor and texture to a wealth of your favorite dishes? Vicki Chelf—noted natural foods chef, cooking instructor, and best-selling author—shows you how in her new book, Pulp Kitchen. The book ...

ADHD & the Focused Mind

Winner of the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Parenting TitleOne of the "100 Best ADHD Books of All Time" (BookAuthority.org)As a young boy, his difficulty in concentrating was diagnosed as ADHD. In school, his mind always seemed to wander until he found an activity that he liked. By using that one activity, his mother was able to reach past her son's ADHD and teach him focus and ...

The Probiotic Cure

In 1982, it was discovered that the vast majority of stomach ulcers are caused by H. pylori, nasty little bacteria found in the gut. In spite of the evidence, it took the U.S. medical community ten years to accept this finding and change their treatment of ulcers. In 2015, scientists have come to an equally startling conclusion: An imbalance in the bacterial community of your stomach can cause ...

What You Must Know About Thyroid Disorders and What to Do About Them

It is estimated that one in twenty people have a thyroid problem, with the majority of sufferers being women. To make matters worse, many who are affected by thyroid dysfunction are unaware that they have a problem, and typically, they go undiagnosed for years. In the meantime, they experience a variety of symptoms, including fatigue and weight gain or loss, forgetfulness, sleepless nights, ...

New World Companies

 We all sense that corporations shape our family, our products, and our near future--perhaps more than ideology, national and regional policy, and religious doctrine. That is why capitalism remains the dominant force in most sections of the world today, only a few decades after Karl Marx wrote his infamous Das Capital. But how exactly does capitalism influence us? Is it for the better, or for ...

Soul Courage

It's fairly widely understood that life is about more than the experiences of the body and the mind, but it takes a special kind of commitment to also engage one's soul in our day-to-day encounters. Those willing to make this remarkable choice can "raise the vibration" of every one of those encounters---even their momentary or seemingly insignificant exchanges with others---to a level that ...

The Happiness Effect

Imagine a simple force of nature that can: • Provide you with a feeling of well-being • Offer a quick rush of energy • Allow you to sleep better • Relieve asthma, allergies, & other respiratory disorders • Lower blood pressure Sounds crazy, but it’s true, and it’s something that a drug company cannot sell you. The healing power of negative ions first became known to the public in 1900, when a ...

Rita's World

Rita's World is a conversation between friends in two worlds: Rita Warren, now in the non-physical world, Frank DeMarco, still in the body. While Rita was alive, the two had engaged in weekly sessions in which Rita had asked Frank questions about life, ranging from the simplest to the most profound. He had answered from an altered state of consciousness, speaking for the non-physical beings they ...

Conversations With God for Parents

Soon after the first Conversations with God book was published in May 1995, demand began for tools that would assist parents in teaching the marvelous concepts of this extraordinary dialogue to children. Readers wanted to share with their offspring what CwG had shared with them. "If only I have been introduced to these ways of seeing God and myself when I was 8 or 9, my whole life would have ...

High Performance Vision

Beyond physical superiority, mental stamina, and smart play, most of the world’s best athletes possess another specific advantage that gives them an edge. We’re not talking about performance-enhancing drugs or blood doping, but something a lot more natural—good vision. Being able to follow a fastball as it flies over home plate, judge the shooting distance to a basketball hoop, or leap in the ...

The Secret of Effortless Doing

Most of us believe that something needs to happen or to be achieved in order for us to be happy. We all have that one thing or more, typically related to money, relationships, or better health, which we see as essential for our well-being. And then, in many cases, that thing happens to us. But after a short reprieve, we find ourselves back to the same feeling of lacking another thing that would ...

For Love and Treasure

Mel Fisher was known as “The World’s Greatest Treasure Hunter.” He and his family established the Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum located in Sebastian, Florida and the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum in Key West, Florida. In addition to being a showcase for newly-found treasure, the Maritime Museum is a nationally recognized research and archaeology institution.  And although Mel passed away in 1998, ...

Anti-Inflammatory Oxygen Therapy

It is invisible, it is powerful, and it is life sustaining. It is oxygen. We inhale it every day of our lives, and while it makes up only 21 percent of the air we breathe, it is key to our very existence. The more we learn about its healing properties, the more we recognize its tremendous potential as a medical treatment for many serious disorders. Yet few have known about its important ...