But Don't Want to Eat Chocolate, Pay a Shrink, or Drink a Bottle of Gin
Joy Behar Renée Raudman, David Drummond
Comedian Joy Behar presents this compilation of advice on how to cope with the blues written by 100 of her celebrity friends, associates, and role models, including Barbara Bush, Donald Trump, and James Earl Jones.
Stop Trying to Be Perfect and Start Being Remarkable
Seth Godin, The Group of 33 Seth Godin
How do you create a big moo-an insight so astounding that people can't help but remark on it, like digital TV recording (TiVo) or overnight shipping (FedEx), or the world's best vacuum cleaner (Dyson)? Seth Godin worked with thirty-two of the world's smartest thinkers to answer this critical question. And the team-with the likes of Tom Peters, Malcolm Gladwell, Guy Kawasaki, Mark Cuban, Robyn Waters, Dave Balter, Red Maxwell, and Randall Rothenberg on board- created an incredibly useful book that's fun to read and perfect for groups to share, discuss, and apply. The Big Moo is a simple book in the tradition of Fish and Don't Sweat the Small Stuff. Instead of lecturing you, it tells stories that stick to your ribs and light your fire. It will help you to create a culture that consistently delivers remarkable innovations.
Men's Health(r) editor-in-chief David Zinczenko, the New York Times best-selling author of The Abs Diet, has applied his highly popular voice and insightful research methods to solving one of the great challenges of the day-helping women understand men. From the first moment they meet, through every stage of courtship to the inevitable conclusion-success or breakup-Zinczenko outlines with vivid, compassionate, and irreverent detail exactly what goes on in the minds of men and how women can use that knowledge to their advantage.
Seminal texts in the self-help genre, James Allen's From Poverty to Power and As a Man Thinketh resonate as deeply in their simple wisdom and inspiration as they did at their first publication over a century ago.
The culmination of bestselling author Erich von Daniken's long-term research, The Return of the Gods argues that humans are very much in the minds of other cosmic life forms, and as a result, many of the teachings of historical and religious texts—even the idea of Judgment Day—should be reinterpreted.
Richard Carlson, Ph.D., Kristine Carlson Dick Hill, Susie Breck
Kristine Carlson has created an incredibly moving book in memory of her late husband, Richard, including his love letter to Kristine on their eighteenth wedding anniversary. The letter answers the questions, "If you had one hour to live and could make just one phone call, who would it be to, what would you say, and why are you waiting?"
Extraordinary People on the Heroes Who Inspire Them
The My Hero Project Alan Sklar, Ellen Archer
In My Hero, some of the most prominent heroes and leaders of our time will share—in their own words—their thoughts and stories about the people who have been the greatest source of strength and inspiration to them.
Find Your Authentic Self After a Lifetime of Being All Things to All People
Joan Anderson Renée Raudman
New York Times bestselling author Joan Anderson gives women practical advice and inspiration for building creative, independent, and fulfilling lives through discovering who they truly are and who they can be.
Drawing on her own life and on the experiences of the women she meets at her workshops, Anderson shows women how to move beyond the roles they play in relationship to others and reclaim their individuality.
What the Dead Can Teach Us About Living a Better Life
Allison DuBois Renée Raudman
If you want to understand life, you must understand death. In Secrets of the Monarch, Allison DuBois shows how communicating with the dead has taught her important lessons about life and how listeners can apply those principles to their own lives.
Using a mix of experiential reportage, personal storytelling, and fresh scientific discovery, Steven Johnson describes how the brain works — its chemicals, structures, and subroutines — and how these systems connect to the day-to-day realities of individual lives. For a hundred years, he says, many of us have assumed that the most powerful route to self-knowledge took the form of lying on a couch, talking about our childhoods. The possibility entertained in this book is that you can follow another path, in which learning about the brain's mechanics can widen one's self-awareness as powerfully as any therapy or meditation or drug.
Tripping the Prom Queen is an investigation of the dark secret of female friendships-the deep vein of female rivalry. Based on interviews with women across the social spectrum, Susan Shapiro Barash has exploded the myth that women are generally supportive of one another. In fact, the competition between women is more vicious precisely because it is covert.