The Elusive Republic Political Economy in Jeffersonian America
English | 1980 | ISBN: 0807814164, 0807846163 | 280 pages | EPUB | 2.2 MB
By investigating eighteenth-century social and economic thought--an intellectual world with its own vocabulary, concepts, and assumptions--Drew McCoy smoothly integrates the history of ideas and the history of public policy in the Jeffersonian era. The book was originally published by UNC Press in 1980.
The Greatest Muhammad Ali
English | 2001 | ISBN: 0590543431, 0613494326 | 172 pages | EPUB / MOBI | 41.8 MB
"I'm not only the greatest; I'm the double greatest."-- Muhammad Ali in 1962 to the NY Times.The Louisville Lip. Cassius Clay. The Greatest.Muhammad Ali may be known by more than one name, but his accomplishments, both inside and out of the boxing ring, have earned him a singular place in history as one of the most inspiring figures of the twentieth century. In his riveting portrayal of Ali's spirit and courage, award-winning author Walter Dean Myers also exposes the hazards of boxing -- the sport Ali loved, but which ultimately damaged him and many other greats beyond repair. Through the story of Ali's childhood, his rise as a champion, his politics, and his battle against Parkinson's disease, readers will come to know the man behind the brash public persona -- the man whose talent and legacy will stir and inspire a new generation of fans.
What's God Got to Do With It Robert Ingersoll on Free Thought, Honest Talk and the Separation of Church and State
English | 2005 | ISBN: 1586420968 | 144 pages | EPUB | 2.1 MB
Robert Ingersoll (1833—1899) is one of the great lost figures in United States history, all but forgotten at just the time America needs him most. An outspoken and unapologetic agnostic, fervent champion of the separation of church and state, and tireless advocate of the rights of women and African Americans, he drew enormous audiences in the late nineteenth century with his lectures on “freethought.” His admirers included Mark Twain and Thomas A. Edison, who said Ingersoll had “all the attributes of a perfect man” and went so far as to make an early recording of Ingersoll’s voice.
The publication of What’s God Got to Do with It? will return Robert Ingersoll and his ideas to American political discourse. Edited and with a biographical introduction by Pulitzer Prize winner Tim Page, this new popular collection of Ingersoll’s thought – distilled from the twelve-volume set of his works, his copious letters, and various newspaper interviews – promises to put Ingersoll back where he belongs, in the forefront of independent American thought.
Nicole Angemi's Anatomy Book A Catalog of Familiar, Rare, and Unusual Pathologies
English | ISBN: 1419754750 | 2022 | 288 pages | EPUB | 34 MB
Anatomy for all by "the Internet's Most Famous Human Dissector" (Vice)
From "A is for Anus" to "Z is for Zygomatic Bone," Nicole Angemi's My Anatomy Book offers a unique anatomical manual, accessible to all, that mixes a humorous tone with academic rigor. This guide, written by "the internet's most famous human dissector" (Vice), features well-documented medical descriptions of all the pathologies, rare and common, that can worry, fascinate, or damage the bodies of people around the world, even in the age of modern medicine. Each case is accompanied by vintage anatomical drawings and stomach-churning descriptions that will be sure to both educate and delight!
Financial Times USA - 9 February 2023
English | 16 pages | True PDF | 6 MB
The Shrine of Jeffrey Dahmer
English | 1993 | ISBN: 0340591943, 0340574828 | 336 pages | EPUB | 0.77 MB
Capitol Revolution The Rise of the McMahon Wrestling Empire
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1770411240 | 328 pages | AZW3 | 3.1 MB
The definitive take on the McMahon family’s journey to wrestling domination For decades, the northeastern part of the United States, better known to insiders as the territory of the Capitol Wrestling Corporation, was considered the heart of the professional wrestling world. Capitol territory ― from Boston southward to Washington, D.C. ― enjoyed lucrative box-office receipts, and New York’s Madison Square Garden was centre stage. Three generations of McMahons have controlled wrestling in that storied building and have since created the most powerful wrestling company the world has ever known. Capitol Revolution: The Rise of the McMahon Wrestling Empire documents the growth and evolution of pro wrestling under the leadership of the McMahons, highlighting the many trials and tribulations beginning in the early 20th century: clashes with rival promoters, government inquests, and routine problems with the potent National Wrestling Alliance monopoly. In the ring, superstars such as Buddy Rogers and Bruno Sammartino entertained throngs of fans, and Capitol became internationally known for its stellar pool of vibrant performers. Covering the transition from old-school wrestling under the WWWF banner to the pop-cultural juggernaut of the mid- to late-’80s WWF, Tim Hornbaker’s Capitol Revolution is the detailed history of how the McMahons outlasted their opponents and fostered a billion-dollar empire.
Women Heroes of World War I 16 Remarkable Resisters, Soldiers, Spies, and Medics
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1613735952 | 256 pages | AZW3 / EPUB / MOBI | 5 MB
Women Heroes of World War I brings to life the brave exploits of 16 women from around the world who served their countries at a time when most women didn't even have the right to vote. Seventeen-year-old Frenchwoman Emilienne Moreau assisted the Allies as a guide and set up a first-aid post in her home. Russian peasant Maria Bochkareva joined the Imperial Russian Army, was twice wounded in battle and decorated for bravery, and created and led the all-women combat unit the Women's Battalion of Death. American journalist Madeleine Zabriskie Doty risked her life to travel twice to Germany during the war. Resented, watched, and pursued by spies, she was determined to report back the truth. These and other suspense-filled stories of daring girls and women from around the world are told through fast-paced narrative, dialogue, direct quotes, and document and diary excerpts. Historical background information opens each section, and each profile includes informative sidebars and "Learn More" lists of books and websites for further study, making this a fabulous resource for young history buffs or anyone who likes tales of bravery and courage.
Backscatter A Tor.Com Original
English | 2013 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B00BFQ6BMY | 22 pages | EPUB | 0.36 MB
She was cold, hurt, and doomed, but otherwise reasonably cheery.
Life might emerge under the most unlikely conditions...or in the last extremity. From the author of the "Galactic Center" novel comes Gregory Benford's hard sci-fi tale, Backscatter.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Five Kilos in 5 Weeks Lose weight safely with a simple diet plan that actually works
English | January 31st, 2023 | ISBN: 1761263307 | 200 pages | True EPUB | 25.29 MB
When it comes to healthy, sustainable weight loss, keeping things simple is key. In Five Kilos in Five Weeks, popular trainer, functional nutritionist and clean-eating cook Luke Hines gives you his tried-and-tested diet program, designed to help you safely lose a kilo a week - and keep it off.
Luke's program is not extreme - it's based on common sense and a calorie deficit - and it's achievable for anyone. Best of all, it doesn't mean missing out. Luke's fully customisable five-week eating plan features more than 60 guilt-free recipes for your favourite meals and snacks, each made with only five ingredients. Luke's recipes are all gluten free and refined-sugar free, and many are low carb and plant based too. All recipes include nutritional breakdowns and calories per serve.
Taking charge of your health has never been easier, or more delicious!
Recipes include• Protein pancakes with sticky strawberries• Sweet potato nuggets• Pistachio-crusted ocean trout• Speedy chicken souva• Classic steak frites• One-bowl banana bread• Black forest brownies
Hope Wins A Collection of Inspiring Stories for Young Readers
English | 2022 | ISBN: 0593463951, 0593463935 | 208 pages | AZW3 / EPUB / MOBI | 2.3 MB
In a collection of personal stories and essays, award-winning and bestselling artists from Matt de la Peña and Veera Hiranandani to Max Brallier and R.L. Stine write about how hope always wins, even in the darkest of times.
Where does hope live?
In your family?
In your community?
In your school?
In your heart?
From a family restaurant to a hot-dog shaped car, from an empty road on a moonlight night to a classroom holiday celebration, this anthology of personal stories from award-winning and bestselling authors, shows that hope can live everywhere, even―or especially―during the darkest of times.
No matter what happens: Hope wins.
Loving's Love A Black American's Experience in Aviation
English | February 7th, 2023 | ISBN: 1588347451 | 316 pages | True EPUB | 25.71 MB
The uplifting autobiography of a remarkable aviator who was the first African American and first double amputee licensed as a racing pilot
In 1926, a young Neal Loving saw a de Havilland DH-4 biplane that propelled his dreams of taking to the sky. Loving’s Love is the inspiring autobiography about his journey to get there. Only a recent high school graduate when he built his first full-size flying machine at a time when most flying schools, airports, and aviation jobs excluded African Americans, Loving went on to design and fly five aircraft, open an aviation school, and become the first African American to be licensed as a racing pilot.
Loving faced no small number of obstacles. Barred by racist gatekeeping from serving in the Civil Air Patrol during World War II, Loving and a friend created an all-Black squadron to serve their country. And despite undergoing a double leg amputation after a glider crash, Loving shares his story with unflinching optimism. He got fitted with wooden prosthetic legs and was back to flying just two years after his accident. The book offers readers an intimate and engaging look at Loving's career, with a focus on his WR-1 Loving’s Love, a single seat, midget racer he built in 1950 that won him the 1954 Most Outstanding Design award from the Experimental Aircraft Association.
At 40 years old, Loving enrolled as an aeronautical engineering student and after graduating spent the next 20 years as a civilian specialist for the Air Force. After retiring, he continued flying for almost a decade. Neal Loving experienced a lifetime of thrills and challenges, and Loving’s Love captures the candid life story of a courageous man who defied the odds again and again.
Call in Pinkerton's American Detectives at Work for Canada
English | 1998 | ISBN: 1550023063 | 240 pages | AZW3 / EPUB / MOBI | 2.8 MB
Soon after Allan Pinkerton established his legendary detective agency in the United States, Canadians began seeking their services. Call in Pinkerton's is the history of the agency's work on behalf of Canadian governments and police forces.
During the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, Pinkerton's operatives hunted legendary train robber Bill Miner in the woods of British Columbia, infiltrated German spy rings during World War I, and helped future prime minister John A. Macdonald to fend off the Fenian raids. They tracked down the Reno Brothers in Windsor, Ontario, and investigated labour unrest in Hamilton. The agency's detectives countered crimes all over Canada, particularly in the West and British Columbia. Pinkerton's activities went as far north as the Yukon, where fears were growing of an imminent invasion by a force of Americans from Alaska.
Call in Pinkerton's is the first book to chronicle the agency's work on behalf of Canadian governments and police forces. This entertaining book provides accounts of actual Pinkerton's investigations while detailing the day-to-day activities of a private detective at work. Call in Pinkerton's is a fascinating read for anyone with an interest in crime and espionage.
This Story Will Change After the Happily Ever After
English | 2022 | ISBN: 1640096116, 1640094784 | 282 pages | EPUB | 1.7 MB
Rachel Cusk meets Nora Ephron in this intimate and evolving portrait about the end of a marriage and how life can fall apart and be rebuilt in wonderful and surprising ways"Thrilling." --The New York Times Book Review
One minute Elizabeth Crane and her husband of fifteen years are fixing up their old house in Upstate New York, finally setting down roots after stints in Chicago, Texas, and Brooklyn, when his unexpected admission--I'm not happy--changes everything. Suddenly she finds herself separated and in couples therapy, living in an apartment in the city with an old friend and his kid. It's understood that the apartment and bonus family are temporary, but the situation brings unexpected comfort and much-needed healing for wounds even older than her marriage.
Crafting the story as the very events chronicled are unfolding, Crane writes from a place of guarded possibility, capturing through vignettes and collected moments a semblance of the real-time practice of healing. At turns funny and dark, with moments of poignancy, This Story Will Change is an unexpected and moving portrait of a woman in transformation, a chronicle of how even the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves are bound to change.
Secret Harvests A Hidden Story of Separation and the Resilience of a Family Farm
English | February 7th, 2023 | ISBN: 1636280773 | 232 pages | True EPUB | 29.33 MB
I discover a "lost" aunt, separated from our family due to racism and discrimination against the disabled. She had a mental disability due to childhood meningitis. She was taken away in 1942 when all Japanese Americans were considered the enemy and imprisoned. She then became a "ward" of the state.
We believed she had died, but 70 years later found her alive and living a few miles from our family farm. How did she survive? Why was she kept hidden? How did both shame and resilience empower my family to forge forward in a land that did not want them?
I am haunted and driven to explore my identity and the meaning of family—especially as farmers tied to the land. I uncover family secrets that bind us to a sense of history buried in the earth that we work and a sense of place that defines us.
The Queen Elizabeth II and the Monarchy
English | 2002 | ISBN: 0007114362, 0007114354 | 650 pages | EPUB | 4 MB
A fully revised edition of Ben Pimlott’s classic biography of the Queen: “There will be no better biography of Elizabeth II." PETER HENNESSY, Independent on Sunday
The institution of monarchy in Britain is in deep crisis. Scarcely a day goes by without some new revelation about the private life of some or other of the Royals splashed all over the tabloid newspapers, and public interest in the House of Windsor is more feverish and obssessional than ever. Royal books written by journalists and royal watchers are ten-a-penny and all, without exception, concentrate on the private lives and traumas of their subjects. This is the only book to take the present Queen seriously as the subject of historical biography , or to examine in depth the influences that formed her or the ideas she represents.
Ben Pimlott (described by Andrew Marr in the Independent as ‘the best writer of political biography now writing’) treats the Head of State – who has been uniquely placed at the centre of the national stage since childhood – to the rigorous and objective scrutiny he has applied to major political personalities, using a wide range of new sources, including interviews, diaries and letters, and papers in the Royal Archives.
The Queen looks at the social, political and psychological aspects of his subject in detail, as well as at the changing role of Monarchy in the British Constitution. In the process, the book displays all the author’s formidable analytic and narrative skills, and provides a gripping yet sensitive account of one of the most publicised – yet least known – figures of our time. It is vital reading for all those who care about public life in Britain – past, present and to come.
Good Night, Body Finding Calm from Head to Toe
English | February 7th, 2023 | ISBN: 1400238498 | 40 pages | True EPUB | 9.64 MB
Bedtime can be full of big emotions for kids! Calm anxious, busy thoughts with this body scan meditation designed to help kids relax and prepare for sleep. This mindfulness practice will help children let go of the worries, stress, and excitement of the day as they reach their arms like a telescope, let their mouths hang like a hammock, dance their fingers like wind chimes, and listen to their hearts beat a reassuring cadence, "you're loved, you're loved."
From Britney Winn Lee, author of popular books The Boy with Big, Big Feelings and The Girl with Big, Big Questions, comes another powerful book for helping children navigate stress, form positive self-perceptions, and strengthen their hearts and minds. Good Night, Body echoes the comforting chants of Goodnight Moon as it leads children in greeting, moving, and relaxing each body part. With lyrical text and body-positive illustrations, this mindfulness picture book guides kids in connecting with who they are inside and out.
Good Night, Body: Finding Calm from Head to Toe is perfect for• children 4 to 8 and their parents and caregivers• families who enjoy yoga and mindfulness exercises• children who need a relaxing bedtime ritual to smooth the transition from play to sleep• children who experience anxiety, insomnia, bedtime fears, and intense emotions
Shadowhunters and Downworlders A Mortal Instruments Reader (AZW3 MOBI)
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1937856224 | 256 pages | AZW3 / MOBI | 0.47 MB
Explore the world of the Mortal Instruments with Cassandra Clare and more
Join Cassandra Clare and a Circle of more than a dozen top YA writers, including New York Times bestsellers Holly Black, Rachel Caine, and Kami Garcia, as they write about the Mortal Instruments series, its characters, and its world.
Inside you'll read
• A cinematic tutorial on why the best friend (Simon) always loses out to the bad boy (Jace)• The unexpected benefits of the incest taboo• What we can read between the lines of Alec and Magnus' European vacation• The importance of friendship, art, humor, and rebellion• And more, from the virtues of Downworlders to the naughty side of Shadowhunting
Making Peace with the 60s
English | August 5, 1996 | ISBN: 0691026602, 0691059535 | True PDF | 322 pages | 26.2 MBAuthor: David Burner
David Burner's panoramic history of the 1960s conveys the ferocity of debate and the testing of visionary hopes that still require us to make sense of the decade. He begins with the civil rights and black power movements and then turns to nuanced descriptions of Kennedy and the Cold War, the counterculture and its antecedents in the Beat Generation, the student rebellion, the poverty wars, and the liberals' war in Vietnam. As he considers each topic, Burner advances a provocative argument about how liberalism self-destructed in the 1960s. In his view, the civil rights movement took a wrong turn as it gradually came to emphasize the identity politics of race and ethnicity at the expense of the vastly more important politics of class and distribution of wealth. The expansion of the Vietnam War did force radicals to confront the most terrible mistake of American liberalism, but that they also turned against the social goals of the New Deal was destructive to all concerned.
Liberals seemed to rule in politics and in the media, Burner points out, yet they failed to make adequate use of their power to advance the purposes that both liberalism and the left endorsed. And forces for social amelioration splintered into pairs of enemies, such as integrationists and black separatists, the social left and mainline liberalism, and advocates of peace and supporters of a totalitarian Hanoi.
Making Peace with the 60s will fascinate baby boomers and their elders, who either joined, denounced, or tried to ignore the counterculture. It will also inform a broad audience of younger people about the famous political and literary figures of the time, the salient moments, and, above all, the powerful ideas that spawned events from the civil rights era to the Vietnam War. Finally, it will help to explain why Americans failed to make full use of the energies unleashed by one of the most remarkable decades of our history.
The New Rulebook Notes from a psychologist to help redefine the way you live
English | February 1st, 2023 | ISBN: 146076286X | 160 pages | True EPUB | 1.34 MB
A practical, inclusive guide to life from Instagram's favourite psychologist Chris Cheers.
Take a moment and check in with how you've been feeling lately. Maybe a little tired, stressed or burnt out? All the recent upheaval and uncertainty has left many of us not only feeling exhausted, but also questioning who we are and what we want from life. Yet instead of taking the necessary time to process and answer these important questions, many of us are feeling pressured to just get back to 'normal'. But what if we want better than normal? The world has changed - we have changed - so when it comes to caring for our wellbeing, it's clear we need new rules.
The New Rulebook is a practical, game-changing guide to embracing that uncertainty. It compassionately asks you to re-examine five key areas: self-care, emotions, work, body and love (all the big stuff!), and then offers radical, evidence-based solutions to improve your wellbeing. Led not by expectation, but by what you need. The rulebook for life has been thrown out the window over the last few years. Rather than picking it back up, let's write a new one.
The Case for Heaven A Journalist Investigates Evidence for Life After Death (True EPUB)
English | September 14, 2021 | ISBN: 0310259193 | 320 pages | True EPUB | 2.28 Mb
Bestselling and award-winning author Lee Strobel interviews experts about the evidence for the afterlife and offers credible answers to the most provocative questions about what happens when we die, near-death experiences, heaven, and hell.We all want to know what awaits us on the other side of death, but is there any reliable evidence that there is life after death? Investigative author Lee Strobel offers a lively and compelling study into one of the most provocative topics of our day.Through fascinating conversations with respected scholars and experts–a neuroscientist from Cambridge University, a researcher who analyzed a thousand accounts of near-death experiences, and an atheist-turned-Christian-philosopher–Strobel offers compelling reasons for why death is not the end of our existence but a transition to an exciting world to come. Looking at biblical accounts, Strobel unfolds what awaits us after we take our last breath and answers questions likeIs there an afterlife?What is heaven like?How will we spend our time there?And what does it mean to see God face to face?
With a balanced approach, Strobel examines the alternative of Hell and the logic of damnation, and gives a careful look at reincarnation, universalism, the exclusivity claims of Christ, and other issues related to the topic of life after death. With vulnerability, Strobel shares the experience of how he nearly died years ago and how the reality of death can shape our lives and faith.
Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition (The MIT Press)
English | December 22, 2017 | ISBN: 0262036878 | 552 pages | True EPUB | 4.13 Mb
A new, thoroughly updated edition of a comprehensive overview of knowledge management (KM), covering theoretical foundations, the KM process, tools, and professions.The ability to manage knowledge has become increasingly important in today's knowledge economy. Knowledge is considered a valuable commodity, embedded in products and in the tacit knowledge of highly mobile individual employees. Knowledge management (KM) represents a deliberate and systematic approach to cultivating and sharing an organization's knowledge base. This textbook and professional reference offers a comprehensive overview of the field. Drawing on ideas, tools, and techniques from such disciplines as sociology, cognitive science, organizational behavior, and information science, it describes KM theory and practice at the individual, community, and organizational levels. Chapters cover such topics as tacit and explicit knowledge, theoretical modeling of KM, the KM cycle from knowledge capture to knowledge use, KM tools, KM assessment, and KM professionals.This third edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect advances in the dynamic and emerging field of KM. The specific changes include extended treatment of tacit knowledge; integration of such newer technologies as social media, visualization, mobile technologies, and crowdsourcing; a new chapter on knowledge continuity, with key criteria for identifying knowledge at risk; material on how to identify, document, validate, share, and implement lessons learned and best practices; the addition of new categories of KM jobs; and a new emphasis on the role of KM in innovation. Supplementary materials for instructors are available online.
And People Why Are Managers Cars the Most Important Asset in Every Organization
English | March 27, 2015 | ISBN: 1634620771 | 230 pages | EPUB | 4.45 Mb
What? Another management book? You will find And People? to be refreshingly different. Its Eastern European perspective, enhanced with best practices and research studies, will reveal the secrets for successfully leading and managing people. Part textbook, part handbook, each word is crafted based upon author Ivica Vrancic's 20 years of experience in management and consulting, which includes working with hundreds of managers from all hierarchy levels.
And People? dares to ask why so many managers spend more time, resources, and consideration on their company cars than the real greatest asset of any business: people. Early chapters explore motivation and organization culture; later, Vrancic examines the challenge of selecting the right people for your organization and developing those people to maximize their strengths. Through practical real-world examples built on respected theoretical foundations, readers will gain new insight into the dual role of both manager and leader.
And no, a manager and a leader are not the same thing.
From Dave Ulrich's ForewordIvica does a masterful job in this well written book of simplifying the complex requirements for business success. He offers metaphors and examples of how leadership and management skills both need to exist in a successful business. His insights are particularly helpful in that he adapts them to his experiences in Eastern Europe but shows how they would apply to businesses throughout the world. The book does a wonderful job with simplicity and clarity. Ivica distils volumes of management ideas into digestible nuggets. He then brings in research from thought leaders with specific findings along with examples that bring his ideas to life. He also makes sure that the reader is responsible to manage the tensions or tradeoffs between leadership and management; between individuals and organizations. Creating and sustaining a successful business is not a linear progression following a how-to guide. Success comes from navigating a more complex set of choices. Ivica offers a thoughtful roadmap that can be used to help executives at any level of a company make informed choices about building a successful organization.
Rules of the Rich (True EPUB)
English | January 9, 2019 | ISBN: 1631610031 | 136 pages | True EPUB | 0.17 Mb
I Believe Early Retirement Is Possible For Anyone Who's Willing To Learn
You too can retire early thanks to the new economy and the wisdom, strategies and advice shared in this book
If I can retire by age 22 after just 3 years in business, anyone can! In this book you will learn
How To Create Financial Freedom In Just 3-5 YearsWant to achieve business and financial success? You don't need to wait until your older years. You can achieve business success and wealth at an early age! It only takes 3-5 years using the system in this book to retire.
How To Start A Business With Little Or No Money And turn A Profit Fast
Most people think you need a lot of money to start a business. That couldn't be farther from the truth! Certainly, some industries require heavy capital investments upfront like oil and gas exploration or manufacturing.
But almost any business can be started with $1,000 or less. You see, the problem is most people think you have to have money to build a product and then pay for advertising to sell it. But that's not what savvy entrepreneurs do! Great entrepreneurs understand that you can pre-sell almost any product and collect the money upfront. Then, once you have the cash you can build the product!
In fact, most Fortune 500 Companies were started very small at a kitchen table or in a garage (Apple, Microsoft, Whole Foods, Mattel, Amazon, etc). They had little or no money upfront and instead focused on marketing and bringing in cash before they could buy and deliver products to the customers.
The good news is that thanks to the internet, outsourcing and virtually unlimited business management and marketing resources, anyone from anywhere in the world can start a business for less than $1,000 and turn it into a successful small, medium or even Fortune 500 business success.
How To Kick Fear In The Ass And Achieve Your Goals
Studies show over 70% of Americans "want to start their own business some day." So what's holding them back from starting one now? The economy? The stock markets? Financial uncertainty?
No! These are all just excuses for the real reason people don't start a business and stick with it - fear. It's the kind of fear that makes you keep your mouth closed when instead you wish you would speak up. The fear that stops you from moving forward in life.
There's only one thing that will conquer your fear - it's commitment. When you get committed, nothing will stop you!
Why The Old Rules Of Retirement Are Broken And The New Rules That Will Save You From Financial Ruin
In today's new economy the old methods of getting an education, getting a good job and going to work just don't cut it anymore. Hundreds of millions of people who followed that plan are now facing bankruptcy, poverty and the inability to retire.
Over 95% of Americans are unable to support themselves when they retire! They're reliant on Social Security, family and charity donations. Do you want that to be you? Of course not!
In this life-changing book, young entrepreneur Tom Corson-Knowles shares his secrets to lasting business and financial success passed down to him by hundreds of millionaire mentors.