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  1. How to write and speak persuasively to achieve organizational goals.
  2. Learn to screen, buy and sell the highest quality preferred stocks
  3. This is the story of my life in rural America with my incredible dad and my emotionally abusive mother. Beginning in the 1940s, my journey took me on a tempestuous roller coaster ride that lasted into my adulthood, with more than a few bumps along the way. In 2018, I experienced the biggest jolt of all, which was the impetus for this book.
  4. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  5. Revolutionary new book designed to help men attract more women.
  6. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  7. In CHANGING COLLARS, Daniel Muller shares lessons about how to transition from blue-collar roots to a successful white-collar career. The book contains valuable and practical insights which can be readily applied by white-collar workers at any age or career stage. Muller shares key lessons extracted from his career as well as other respected peers.
  8. This book presents a personal philosophy of life inspired by the 4th Century BCE Daoist Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu). A fictional sage shares his philosophy in a series of impromptu lectures.
  9. African American Warrant Officers: Preserving Their Legacy highlights achievements and contributions that African American have made in service to our country. This book honors African American Warrant Officers and pays tribute and preserves their legacy in the United States Military.
  10. Using the stories of disabled Veterans who use PTSD Service Dogs as part of their treatment, PTSDog explains how PTSD Service Dogs work, the laws that regulate their use, and shares the stories of Veterans whose lives have changed through the use of a PTSDog.
  1. This is the story of my life in rural America with my incredible dad and my emotionally abusive mother. Beginning in the 1940s, my journey took me on a tempestuous roller coaster ride that lasted into my adulthood, with more than a few bumps along the way. In 2018, I experienced the biggest jolt of all, which was the impetus for this book.
  2. Yale and Minnesota intertwine in ways that many people do not recognize. This history of Yale alumni in Minnesota will surprise many about the substantial impact that alumni have had in the development of the State.
  3. Do you yell at the TV while watching the news? Do you repost maddening articles on Facebook? Do you find yourself overwhelmed by the 200 new political emails in your inbox every day? Left, right, center, far left, or far right, we must work together to address climate change.
  4. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  5. In CHANGING COLLARS, Daniel Muller shares lessons about how to transition from blue-collar roots to a successful white-collar career. The book contains valuable and practical insights which can be readily applied by white-collar workers at any age or career stage. Muller shares key lessons extracted from his career as well as other respected peers.
  6. Laurie explains how she held onto confining emotions throughout her life until her father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In her attempts at helping comfort him she learned Reiki and other energy modalities that open the door to not only helping him, but helping many others by telling their story in her classes and energy sessions.
  7. A Marine Corps Memoir
  8. The battle to direct legislation and policy often seems to be a fight between greed and compassion. Emotions run high, but the problems being debated—climate change, universal healthcare, LGBTQ rights, gun regulation, economic inequality, and the separation of church and state—desperately need to be resolved.
  9. African American Warrant Officers: Preserving Their Legacy highlights achievements and contributions that African American have made in service to our country. This book honors African American Warrant Officers and pays tribute and preserves their legacy in the United States Military.
  10. There is finally an answer to why the unchangeable Catholic Church changed so drastically in the 1960s, and who engineered those changes. That answer will destroy every preconceived notion regarding religious freedom as an unalienable right, what the Catholic Church really teaches and the true meaning of biblical prophecy for the latter days.

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The Last Wanderer is a novel of a professor alone in the northern Canadian wilderness when the world comes apart. Two years later, he returns to the United States to find ruin and few still alive. Traveling the interstates in a semi-tractor trailer, he finds some people alive who all die. Retreating north, he dies with a surprising conclusion.
Rebecca, a child lost and given a chance to live a life by an adult who was also lost. From the docks of St. Louis to a life lived in Louisiana and a family shared through decades of times that were troublesome, Rebecca's life's story unfolds. Love found, love lost, children born, Rebecca shares her story through five decades for all to remember.
This book documents lessons the two authors learned over their lifetimes (the view from 30,000 feet); interprets their meanings from personal experiences (the view from ground level); and hopefully passes this information on to their children at the starting line (the view in the rear-view mirror).
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In CHANGING COLLARS, Daniel Muller shares lessons about how to transition from blue-collar roots to a successful white-collar career. The book contains valuable and practical insights which can be readily applied by white-collar workers at any age or career stage. Muller shares key lessons extracted from his career as well as other respected peers.
West Berkeley was an industrial section of town. Young boys found a multitude of adventures in this their playground. The teenage years were well lived leading into the promises of adulthood.
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Beyond Foods is a true handbook on how foods create health. Using a unique health model, Beyond Foods offers simple and easy to understand explanations of complex issues. With this information, anyone can create a healthy diet.
Voice Versa is a powerful collection of more than 200 poems by Martin A. David, ranging from 1959 to 2019. The topics cover a wide scope of human experiences, emotions, and observations.
Having originated as a small group of humans over 315,000 years ago, we humans world-wide today are all related to each other. In our seeking plans for the future, it is important to remember the relationship that we share with each other.
The unforgettable characters were introduced in And, Not Only That. Their story continued in the sequel, In A Year’s Time. But, Know This is the third book in the series and tells a story of devastation, transformation, second chances, and love that won’t be denied.
This book presents a personal philosophy of life inspired by the 4th Century BCE Daoist Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu). A fictional sage shares his philosophy in a series of impromptu lectures.