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Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High
by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler

Discover how to communicate best when it matters most. Crucial Conversations gives you the tools to handle life's most difficult and important conversations.



The Pursuit of Perfect: How to Stop Chasing and Start Living a Richer, Happier Life The Pursuit of Perfect: How to Stop Chasing and Start Living a Richer, Happier Life
by Tal Ben-Shahar, Ph.D.

Using groundbreaking research in the field of positive psychology -- the scientific principles taught in his widly popular course at Harvard University -- Ben-Shahar takes us off the impossible pursuit of perfection and directs us to the way to happiness, richness, and true fulfillment.



The Little Book on Meaning: Why We Crave It, How We Create It The Little Book on Meaning: Why We Crave It, How We Create It
by Laura Berman Fortgang

Fortgang reveals that while our hunger for a "meaningful" life can be enormous, our desire for meaning is usually satiated by small, bite-size morsels of meaning -- the little, almost incidental events or "achievements" that comprise the fabric of our lives.



Will Marry for Food, Sex, and Laundry Will Marry for Food, Sex, and Laundry
by Simon Oaks

Forget romance. Forget true love. Forget soulmates. If a woman wants a man to marry her, she needs to give him what he needs. Grandmothers said it first—and they were right. Men get married for reasons as basic as this: Food. Sex. Laundry.



Train Your Brain More: 60 Days to an Even Better Brain Train Your Brain More: 60 Days to an Even Better Brain
by Dr. Ryuta Kawashima

You've boosted your brainpower with Train Your Brain. Now get ready to increase those skills with Train Your Brain More!



Free to Be...You and Me (The 35th Anniverary Edition, Hardcover) Free to Be...You and Me (The 35th Anniverary Edition, Hardcover)
by Marlo Thomas and New Friends

This is the book we all know and love by Marlo Thomas and her friends–brought to new life with brand new illustrations to captivate and inspire a new generation of readers on a journey of the heart. Whether you are opening Free to Be . . . You and Me for the first time or the one hundredth time you will be engaged and transformed by this newly beautifully illustrated compilation of inspirational stories, songs, and poems. The sentiments of thirty-five years ago are as relevant today as when this book was published. Celebrating individuality and challenging stereotypes empowers both children and adults with the freedom to be who they want to be and to have compassion and empathy for others who may be different.



Know It All: The Little Book of Essential Knowledge Know It All: The Little Book of Essential Knowledge
by Susan Aldridge, Elizabeth King Humphrey, Julie Whitaker

Wish you were the person who's always ready with an answer to any question? Can't find just the right thing to say when you want to start a conversation at a party?



The Age of Speed: Learning to Thrive in a More-Faster-Now World The Age of Speed: Learning to Thrive in a More-Faster-Now World
by Vince Poscente

To succeed in today's ever-accelerating world, speed is the name of the game. Forget "slow and steady wins the race." The key to getting ahead is not fighting or hiding from speed, but embracing speed and using its power to your advantage. As Vince Poscente demonstrates in this rewarding and, yes, fast-paced book, speed has a unique ability to enrich your life. He empowers you to take control of your time, your tasks, your priorities, and your talents, and start making life everything you want it to be.



Buddy's Candle Buddy's Candle
by Dr. Bernie S. Siegel

In Dr. Bernie Siegel's new book, Buddy's Candle, a father shares a meaningful story from his childhood with his nine year old son. In a gentle way, the father describes how a loving dog named Buddy not only helped him to heal when facing a serious illness, but also changed his life in miraculous ways.



On My Own: The Art of Being a Woman Alone On My Own: The Art of Being a Woman Alone
by Florence Falk

At some point over the course of the average American woman's life, she will find herself alone, whether she is divorced, widowed, single, or in a loveless, isolating relationship. And when that time comes, it is likely that she will be at a loss as to how to handle it.



Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age Distracted: The Erosion of Attention and the Coming Dark Age
by Maggie Jackson

We have vast oceans of information at our disposal, yet increasingly we seek knowledge with brief glimpses at online headlines while juggling other tasks. We are networked as never before, but we communicate even with our most intimate friends and family via instant messaging, email, and fleeting face-to-face moments that are rescheduled a dozen times, then punctuated when they do occur with electronic interruptions and a lack of focus.



The Art of Learning: A Journey in the Pursuit of Excellence The Art of Learning: A Journey in the Pursuit of Excellence
by Josh Waitzkin

With a narrative that combines martial arts wars and tense chess face-offs with life lessons that speak to all of us, The Art of Learning takes readers through Waitzkin's journey to excellence. He explains in clear detail how a well-thought-out, principled approach to learning is what separates success from failure.