Success is tied to the ability to master emotions, communicate fearlessly, and lead with confidence. The challenge, for most women, is we are taught the exact opposite of what predicts success, both personally and professionally.
In The Emotionally Intelligent Woman, ex-Therapist turned Relationship and Leadership Expert, Dr. Shyamala Kiru, revolutionizes the landscape of communication and leadership skills, specifically for high powered women. Using innovative training methods and a well-defined strategy, Dr. Shyamala provides the reader with a framework for overcoming her greatest challenges and achieving her deepest desires.
If you are ready to reprogram your mind, transform the way you communicate and unlock infinite leadership potential, this book is your blueprint.
When Sara Rahimi was a teenager living in Iran’s capital, she dreamed of a life where she could do or be whatever she wanted to. She longed to become like Oprah and Ellen: free, powerful, and inspiring. Instead, she lived in an atmosphere characterized by fear and terror – one where Morality Police monitored her every move, and gendered cultural norms determined her life’s path. She once begged a male friend to jump out of her family’s second story window in order to avoid harsh punishment from the police for an unauthorized co-ed after-school hang-out.
Flash forward to today, and Sara lives in a new country and finds herself voluntarily jumping-- out of a plane rather than a building. From skydiving to a career change, Sara has finally become everything she’s ever dreamed of in her new homeland in Canada. Still, Sara can’t shake the feeling that she does not fully belong in her new world and that something is missing.
In Little Sara of Tehran, she learns to overcome her past, and move forward by trusting her instincts, following her gut, and transforming her deepest grief into her life’s greatest purpose.
The whole world is now online. We’ve shifted. Whether it caught you by surprise and made you pivot your business or you saw it coming a mile away, The Online Shift, will help you handle your online presence like a Pro.
With over 101 tips that are far from generic, Online Expert, Patricia Regier, helps you stand out from the crowd, make your meetings, virtual workshops, training and online events memorable and do it with ease. If you think you’ve got a lot to learn or there’s nothing left to know - this book will surprise even the most seasoned of online professionals.
Turn your audience into participants, deliver the unexpected, learn to teach online the way your audience learns and retain best, and have fun doing it.
Want to star in a Blockbuster? Be seen on TV? Commercials? Film? Or on stage in the Theatre? If you’ve got the acting bug - and there’s no cure - it’s time to master the show and the business.
Meet Scott & Diane Strand. He’s the show and she’s the business. Together they make Show Business, a powerful team teaching Actors just like you, the in’s and out’s of the Industry they’ve been part of for decades.
If you’ve ever dreamed of on-stage stardom, this easy-to-navigate, must-have guidebook to all things showbusiness will have you prepared, professional and ready to get paid to Act.
Twenty years ago, when the devastating surge of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic shook the world with deadly blows, everything changed for humanity and its relationship with technology. It's the year 2040. The post-pandemic world is surprisingly a better world that has curiously united humanity in the spirit of sustainable living and peace. Now, when humans depend even more on technology to live beyond survival, thirteen-year-old, atypical, Deepa finds solace in the comfortable memory foam seats of an old Tesla DVT Model III smart car—a driverless family car her family simply likes to call Car.
Deepa likes to live in her own tiny world of electronics in a Tiny Town with her mother Su, father Elu, Cat the cat, and of course, Car. When things get mundane in arguably the most mundane smart town on the planet, Car becomes the family’s confidante who absorbs all their emotions but never reflects his feelings; consoles their heartbreaks in silence but never complains about his needs. Car tries his best to keep the family safe throughout this seven-day journey to self-discovery, trust, and hope. But what should he do if his only friend Deepa wants him to fly with her to Mars, to save him from an impending doom?
How about Car’s feelings? How about his constantly exhausted battery? And how about his Free Speech? After all, Car isn’t just a car!
“Man, you know I got you!” is said between the lines so many times, but we want to rip it from the page and plaster it in Times Square. Man, I have got you. Seriously.
Men’s mental health is in a crisis and being told to “man up” isn’t solving anything. Instead, we’re inspiring a new generation of men to Circle Up. To commit to one another’s mental health, growth and development. To find strength in community, righteousness of truth and courage in vulnerability.
This book will challenge everything you think you know about mental health and get to the core of why men suffer and why they don’t have to.
Together, we can change men’s mental health. It starts right here - Circle Up!
Cheryl-Ann Lovie celebrated her 53rd birthday, her own way. Alone at the lake. Just the way she wanted it. With a journal and a list of “I will no longer tolerate…”. It wasn’t always this way. She was born into a family of celebration-enthusiasts. Birthday? Party. Anniversary? Dinner. Graduation? Trip. The expectation was that any accomplishment, achievement or activity deserved a celebration and she, Cheryl-Ann would obligingly create it. She ran her household, her multi-million dollar business and her family like a rockstar… until she snapped. After the death of her father collided with sacrificing herself for her family, once again, Cheryl-Ann pulled the plug on expectation reclaiming It’s My Turn!
If you’ve ever struggled as a wife, mother, daughter or human under the never ended burden of expectation, it’s time for you. It’s Your Turn! Told part memoir, part hilariously-woven true story, part sassy advice you can actually use, Cheryl-Ann will have you reclaiming boundaries and finding yourself… first.
“We can all be brave, with a little help from our friends.”
~ Cheryl-Ann Lovie
One single discussion can change everything. When a difficult discussion about alcohol begins with his teenage son, author Craig Noble, realized just how much we’re all under the influence of alcohol. Leaning heavily on his own curiosity, interest, and subsequent addiction, Craig insightfully unlocks the fact and fiction of alcohol including the super-genius marketing that’s captured us all. Alcohol can be cunning and powerful… but it doesn’t have to be baffling. Rethinking Drinking reveals the importance of improved alcohol awareness amongst parents, families, friends, and our community.
Infinitely curious, Craig Noble learned how to “adult” by examples of what not to do. Instead, he focused on high-powered jobs and even bigger paychecks. Success couldn’t save him from alcohol. Now sober, he acutely understands the social lubrication alcohol provides. Passionate about architecture and how things are built, he is as intrigued by architecture as he is human relationships. When not on stage, Craig can be found learning everything he possibly can in classes and workshops that inspire him, going to movies with his son, or eating a whole row of Oreos!
Some people are plain and others pretty. Some born for greatness and others for catastrophe.
For Julian Dickerson, it feels like his short stature may have matched his expectations for life until a kitten named Sonia leads to a comedy of errors turned riches that’s hard to dismiss.
A cast of imperfectly perfect characters find love, revenge, and humanity in the family they chose - no matter what. Often unexpected. Always human. You’ll find yourself amongst the ordinarily extraordinary humans.
Charito's awake dream was surreal. The night was magical, and the music was romantic. The Vienna Waltz, Blue Danube, was captivating. It was almost thirty years ago, but in her heart and mind, it was only yesterday. Villa Colombo: September 16, 1990. She was visiting her best friend, Lyza, in Toronto, Canada. As she was getting ready for a ballroom dance with her friends, Susan and George, she slipped into a beautiful milky two-piece dress suit bought in Saudi Arabia and wondered, Will I ever meet Mr. Right? She accentuated the dress suit with an oversized royal-blue silk ribbon. She made French braids in her hair and accessorized it with a matching royal-blue Swarovski crystal silk ribbon. Her makeup was just right.
The friends made their way to the dance. Lost at first, they finally found Villa Colombo at ten o'clock that chilly night. The ballroom was elegant, with glistening chandeliers and high ceilings. Charito gazed at hundreds of couples dressed to the nines, dancing the Vienna Waltz. Susan, George and she were seated close to the main entrance of the ballroom. A man looked dapper and crisp, sitting across the room. He had a clear view of where she was seated. Lutz, the man who would become her husband after ten short days, walked towards Charito's table and introduced himself. Her Prince Charming had arrived, and she felt like Cinderella. All her dreams came true in that instant. A man meeting a woman in a different
country, in a passionate circumstance, was a whirlwind. Two different worlds with different values collided, an enigma that can only be described as destiny.
After that memorable night, a love story began. An everlasting, endless love was formed. Was it fate? Was it a coincidence? Is it pure love? It is timeless, though? Is it forever? And the reality was unthinkable, as with death comes a separation of life. It's a real, true-to-life story that describes a love so unique it has a word of its own to describe it: Brickrose.
This book will change your fundamental understanding about the reality of boy rape and its lifelong impact on the abused.
"Where do you have the kids stashed, pervert?" An unfamilar male voice yelled out from downstairs. Those were the words that began Dr. Peter Gregg's healing journey from rape victim, to behavioral scientist.Dr. Gregg takes the read into his world as a nine-year-old boy: mistreated at home, bullied at school, and then brutally raped.
It is insightfully interpreted from Dr. Gregg's vantage point as a now highly respected behavioral scientist. The book is a must read for professionals who work with sexually abused boys and their families, as well as parents of boys. It is also a cautionary tale of the effects of parental and adult neglect.
Lost Boy Found, is a heroic tale of transforming utter despair into a life worth living. You'll be wiser for reading this book.
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