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The Success Code: How Ordinary Habits Can Produce Extraordinary Results (Self Help Success Book 1) Aug 4, 2020
by Ray Brehm, Sierra Melcher, Lisa McNair Palmer, Clifford Todd, Catherine Chapman, Tony Pisanelli, Louis A. Vendetti, Leslie Olmo, Daniel Lee Smith, Farhan Hamidani, Ange Hilstron, Marie Incontrera, Lisa Palmer, Brad Johnson, Eric Todd Johnson, Dr. Kanna, Barbara Miller, Roy Varner, Dr. Marcus Chacos, Stephen Parr, Karen Ferreira, Deb Canja, Marie Temby, Monica Rubombora, Sofia Jarlo, Paul Brodie, Alinka Rutkowska, Anthony Costa, Marc Reklau
Do you ever wonder why some people always seem to succeed, and others fail?You already have access to all you need. If you want to learn how to use your true ability to access the secrets of success, then this may be the most important book you read this year, here's why ...
But first a warning: Despite how success is portrayed in the media, or in movies, most of it doesn't happen overnight. The principles in this book are readily at your disposal right now, but some of them take time to implement in your life. If you are impatient, or looking for a quick fix, this book probably isn't for you. On the other hand, if you are willing to implement some simple habits and new mindset ideas into your life, then we encourage you to read on.
Most "overnight" successes have been developed with small changes in daily habits and mindset tweaks, one day at a time. You will be surprised how simple these habits are, yet the majority of the people you know do not implement them on a regular basis. We asked over 20 experts to describe these habits for us, and the result was The Success Code.
The Success Code is a life lesson of habits, mindsets and stories of how they have been used to overcome obstacles and achieve success.
It's more than just about habits though....
- How to change your career (and your income), even if you have no idea how
- You need to work your way up to your dream job, right? Wrong!
- The 3 things you must absolutely do to recover when you find yourself down in the drudgery of despair (whether personally or in your business)
- Where to find help when you need it most, think Luke Skywalker
- How to eliminate the thoughts that make you poor
- Why you should never fight it when you are having a breakdown
- Why doing less will help you produce more and reduce stress
- Say Goodbye to unrealized goals when you make this one change
- What to do to reach the OMG level of your brand
- When it is ok to pivot your life, and how to reframe your mind to do it
- The Truth about maximizing your time and energy each day
Order your copy of The Success Code Now!
Rag Doll for Christmas Sep 25, 2019
This is the first book in a series about the adventures of Rag Doll. Written in 2008, it describes symptoms leading up to a stroke, the comedy of hospital life and eventual recovery. Since that time, much has improved with the diagnosis and treatment of stroke victims. Immediate response to the first signs has meant more people survive the crippling effects of brain damage from having a stroke. Rag dolls were given to children at Christmas. I had my stroke at Christmas. I am the Rag Doll.
Rag Doll Moving On Jul 8, 2020
This is the third book in the series about the adventures of Rag Doll. Coming to terms with the effects of having a stroke and the onset of old age, Rag Doll faces more challenges. The comedy continues with settling into a new luxury retirement community and brushes with the medical fraternity.
Rag Doll Revisited Sep 25, 2019
This is the second book in a series about the Adventures of Rag Doll, written in 2009. It is a sequel to Rag Doll for Christmas and describes the comedy of hospital life, recovering from two strokes and eventual implantation of a heart defibrillator. Since writing this book there have been great advances in the treatment of arrythmia and the welfare of elderly patients in hospitals. Rag dolls were given to children as presents at Christmas and, after the effects of a stroke, Ange likened herself to a floppy rag doll.
Any Excuse for a Party: The Story of My Life Aug 6, 2019
This is a brief history of my life, woven around Christmas and our family’s love of partying, decking the halls, and feasting. Although in recent years the idea of Christmas has become associated with largess, I have always loved the lead-up to the event, the aromas, and the feeling of expectation that the Season brings. The fairy lights, music, and joy combine to make this season like no other. Any excuse for a party!