Audio Books → Your Message Matters How to Rise above the Noise and Get Paid for What You Know [Audiobook]
English | 2021 | ASIN: B09FR8DWLK | 8 hours and 16 minutes |MP3|M4B | 227 MB
Are you one of the many people who long to ditch the cubicle and go to work for yourself, on your own terms? What's holding you back? Self-doubt, fear, technology challenges, the feeling that there are already too many other people doing what you want to do? It's time to face those things head-on and transform your passion into a thriving business. Why? Because your message matters.
Audio Books → Your Brain's Not Broken Strategies for Navigating Your Emotions and Life with ADHD [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B09FCXZLS6 | 2021 | 6 hours and 6 minutes |MP3|M4B | 168 MB
If you have ADHD, your brain doesn't work in the same way as a "normal" or neurotypical brain does because it's wired differently. You and others may see this difference in circuitry as somehow wrong or incomplete. It isn't. It does present you with significant challenges like time management, organization skills, forgetfulness, trouble completing tasks, mood swings, and relationship problems. In Your Brain's Not Broken, Dr. Tamara Rosier explains how ADHD affects every aspect of your life. You'll finally understand why you think, feel, and act the way you do. Dr. Rosier applies her years of coaching others to offer you the critical practical tools that can dramatically improve your life and relationships.
English | ASIN: B097C841T9 | 2021 | 9 hours and 49 minutes |MP3|M4B | 269 MB
Have economists neglected trust? The economy is fundamentally a network of relationships built on mutual expectations. More than that, trust is the glue that holds civilization together. Every time we interact with another person - to make a purchase, work on a project, or share a living space - we rely on trust. Institutions and relationships function because people place confidence in them. Benjamin Ho reveals the surprising importance of trust to how we understand our day-to-day economic lives. Starting with the earliest societies and proceeding through the evolution of the modern economy, he explores its role across an astonishing range of institutions and practices.
Audio Books → Tiny Noticeable Things The Secret Weapon to Making a Difference in Business [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B0977P3GSX | 2021 | 3 hours and 54 minutes |MP3|M4B | 108 MB
Discover how you can draw people in and achieve greater success, in just a few minutes each day. TNTs are tiny noticeable things. They are all the little things that people don't need to do but do. Though small, they create the biggest, longest lasting impressions in people's minds; they show how much you care; they make and break relationships - yet they cost nothing. In Tiny Noticeable Things: The Secret Weapon to Making a Difference in Business, you'll learn how to use the explosive power of TNTs to get where you want to be in business and in everything you do. If you feel that you are just on the verge of ascending to the next level but aren't quite certain how to make the final push, this book is for you.
English | ASIN: B08QZZ29G5 | 2021 | 5 hours and 30 minutes |MP3|M4B | 152 MB
Learn proven principles to create and maintain a clear, effective marketing strategy that attracts your ideal clients, generates greater profits, and is easy for you and your team to follow. Marketing has changed drastically with the introduction of a growing array of digital channels, and it's difficult for small-business owners and marketing executives to keep up. As a result, marketing initiatives have become fragmented as marketers focus on individual aspects of their plan, rather than executing an overall strategy. Strategy is the crucial first step to a solid marketing foundation for a company's brand and products. This audiobook will help listeners create and maintain that foundation.
English | ISBN: 9781004051670 | 2021 | 14 hours and 33 minutes |MP3|M4B | 399 MB
The dramas of courtly love have captivated centuries of readers and dreamers. Yet too often they're dismissed as something existing only in books and song - those old legends of King Arthur and chivalric fantasy. Not so. In this groundbreaking history, Sarah Gristwood reveals the way courtly love made and marred the Tudor dynasty. From Henry VIII declaring himself as the 'loyal and most assured servant' of Anne Boleyn to Elizabeth I's poems to her suitors, the Tudors re-enacted the roles of the devoted lovers and capricious mistresses first laid out in the romances of medieval literature. The Tudors in Love dissects the codes of love, desire and power, unveiling romantic obsessions that have shaped the history of this nation.
English | ASIN: B08TRQM5T9 | 2021 | 10 hours and 12 minutes |MP3|M4B | 282 MB
In Sweden, hundreds of refugee children fall into a state that resembles sleep for months or years at a time. In Le Roy, a town in upstate New York, teenage girls develop involuntary twitches and seizures that spread like a contagion. In the US Embassy in Cuba, employees experience headaches and memory loss after hearing strange noises during the night. These are only a few of the many suspected culture-bound psychosomatic syndromes - specific sets of symptoms that exist in a particular culture or environment - that affect people throughout the world.
Audio Books → The Sandman Act II [Audiobook]
English | September 22, 2021 | ASIN: B098TWBMJ6 |MP3|M4B | 13h 47m | 744.46 MB
Author: Neil Gaiman, Dirk Maggs
English | ASIN: B08TYQTW4W | 2021 | 6 hours and 42 minutes |MP3|M4B | 184 MB
Thrilling, sharp, and deeply humane, philosopher Amia Srinivasan's The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First Century upends the way we discuss - or avoid discussing - the problems and politics of sex. How should we think about sex? It is a thing we have and also a thing we do; a supposedly private act laden with public meaning; a personal preference shaped by outside forces; a place where pleasure and ethics can pull wildly apart. How should we talk about sex? Since #MeToo, many have fixed on consent as the key framework for achieving sexual justice. Yet consent is a blunt tool. To grasp sex in all its complexity - its deep ambivalences, its relationship to gender, class, race, and power - we need to move beyond yes and no, wanted and unwanted.
English | ASIN: B09FN1ZG2R | 2021 | 5 hours and 23 minutes |MP3|M4B | 148 MB
Your personal goals need a long-term strategy. It's no secret that we're pushed to the limit. Today's professionals feel rushed, overwhelmed, and perennially behind. How can we break out of the cycle and create the kind of interesting, meaningful lives that we all seek? Just as CEOs who optimize for quarterly profits often fail to make the strategic investments necessary for long-term growth, the same is true in our own personal and professional lives. As top business thinker and Duke University professor Dorie Clark explains, we all know intellectually that lasting success takes persistence and effort. And yet, so much of the relentless pressure in our culture pushes us toward doing what's easy, what's guaranteed, and what looks glamorous in the moment.