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Doing More With Less

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 money, people, and rules in your life that ...

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 ...

Dr. Vlassara's AGE-Less Diet

Imagine naturally occurring toxic substances that are responsible for chronic disease and accelerated aging. When trying to discover why patients with diabetes are prone to complications such as heart disease, Dr. Helen Vlassara and her research team focused on compounds called advanced glycation end products, or AGEs, which enter the body through the diet. For years, these amazing studies ...

Dying to Know You

What has been missing from my work, from everyone else’s work, from personal stories, from those who interpret personal stories, from experts in religion and spirituality, from the news media, the scientists, the grief-stricken, and the born again . . . is the voice of the collective . . . inside what we all seek to describe. What lies at the heart of near-death experiences? A God that in ways ...

Eat Smart, Eat Raw

As the popularity of raw vegetarian cuisine continues to soar, so does the evidence that uncooked food is amazingly good for you. From lowering cholesterol to eliminating excess weight, the health benefits of this diet are too important to ignore. Now there is another reason to go raw—taste! In Eat Smart, Eat Raw, cook and health writer Kate Wood not only explains how to get started, but also ...

Eliminating Pilot Error!

In Eliminating Pilot Error! experienced pilot Nina Anderson offers a practical guide to reducing flight problems. The book opens with an analysis of a pilot's typical lifestyle upsets, including sleep patterns, duty times, performance stress, and dietary changes. To make it easier to avoid mistakes, a reader-friendly chart presents common physical conditions that contribute to pilot error. Later ...

Embracing an Icon

Bernard Villemont’s poster art can be seen everywhere—in galleries, museums, and poster shops throughout the world. Whether promoting Perrier, Bally shoes, or Orangina, his artwork has translated advertising messages into memorable images. Yet, as familiar as these posters may be, his body of work stretches over five decades and includes film posters, public service posters, and more. Here, for ...

Embracing Menopause Naturally

We are familiar with its symptoms: hot flashes, night sweats, and more. While menopause triggers physical changes, it also brings forth spiritual issues that, for many women, mark a redefinition of the feminine self. To address the impact of menopause, Gabriele Kushi has created a practical guide to dealing with this special time. The author first provides a clear understanding of the overall ...

End Your Addiction Now

Whether it involves drugs, alcohol, smoking, or food, addiction is an overwhelming and destructive force. While many rehabilitation programs are available, the truth is that too many people return to their old habits. Why? End Your Addiction Now not only explores the biochemical factors that are the real cause of this problem, but offers proven advice on how to break addictions once and for ...

Enemy of the Steak

Don’t blame vegetarians for starting this. Who said “real food for real people”? Aren’t asparagus, carrots, and tomatoes every bit as real as . . . that other food? To answer the call to battle, best-selling authors Nikki and David Goldbeck have created a wonderfully tempting cookbook that offers a wealth of kitchen-tested recipes which nourish the body, please the palate, and satisfy even the ...

Enough, Inigo, Enough

Enough, Inigo, Enough and Nose Is Not Toes were designed to be read by young children who are being taught to read by their parents at home. They were created in recognition of the orderly way in which a young child’s brain grows and develops, and are intended to be used and enjoyed as part of the reading program outlined in Doman’s books How To Teach Your Baby To Read and How To Multiply Your ...

Every Breath You Take

Sixteen million Americans suffer from asthma, and traditional research has failed to explain why. Every Breath You Take gives new hope for an effective treatment of this disorder. It presents a simple, useful breathing technique called the Buteyko Method, which is based on the theory that asthma is caused by habitual, hidden overbreathing (hyperventilation). By preventing overbreathing, the ...

Every Woman's Guide to Romance in Paris, Third Edition

The vacation of a lifetime awaits you in Paris—City of Light—with fun-filled days and romantic nights. Now, in this informative guide, Caroline O’Connell reveals the intimate secrets and pleasures of one of the world's most exciting and beautiful cities. Caroline tells you where to look, what to do, and how to do it. She gives you an insider's view of the romantic side of Paris--the Paris that ...

Everyone's Time To Cook

For some people, cooking a meal is as easy and effortless as a walk in the park. But for others, even frying an egg may seem like a hike up Mount Everest. Designed for everyone who feels clueless in the kitchen, Your Time to Cook is a true “first” cookbook, packed with important kitchen essentials and cooking fundamentals - as well as a collection of basic, easy-to-prepare recipes. Kicking off ...

Evil in Our Midst

Evil in Our Midst provides a chilling glimpse of fifty dark angels, each of which represents a culture’s greatest fears. Every chapter opens with a story that shares the legend of a demon, and then offers fascinating information on the culture that, in many cases, perpetuates this belief. For those who believe in these creatures, this book gives reason to fear the unknown. For those who do not ...