While trying cases as a senior partner in a 1400-lawyer firm, I discovered that some people have learned the secrets to actively calling on their own intuition whenever they need it. My books reveal how they do it. Learn more at http://www.activateintuition.com/ and http://www.JimWawro.com/ .
THE BOOK OF BUG, a collection of six brief, compelling essays and six hand-carved linocuts by author/illustrator Joe Sorensen, transports you through text and online video hyperlinks into the bizarre world of insects.
For about the price of a café mocha, this extraordinary anthology will gift you with a lasting taste of the utter strangeness of the world’s most common denizens.
Are animal products good for us? Do animals that are raised for food suffer on our account? Readers of this delightfully short, 1,375-word e-Book will find answers to these questions. Four provocative essays, along with four hand-carved linocuts by author/illustrator Joe Sorensen, outline the issues. Then, powerful hyperlinks examine the subject -- allowing you to decide what's best for you.
What do I really want? And what’s the best way for me to get it? Fourteen nonfiction stories by a former senior partner in one of the world’s largest law firms demonstrate how three simple universal laws can deliver to you the knowledge of what you really want, the means to get it, and the power to heal in nearly any situation. Easy exercises at the end of the book confirm these laws in your life.
What do you do if suddenly faced with the task of having to sell something? Don’t panic: you have an important ally no sales professional possesses—your own inner voice.
Demonstrated through the true story of an author selling his own book, the 1,000 succinct words in this article will show you how to use your own inner voice get everything you need (at a price you can afford) to sell anything.
“What’s this case going to cost me?” The 2,150 words in this succinct article specifically detail how to analyze the steps necessary to resolve any litigated dispute, how to evaluate the difficulty likely to be encountered at each step, how to gauge the likely overall litigation strategy of the other side, and how to thus calculate an accurate “bottom line” for virtually any litigated matter.
What is the best wine you ever had? And why was it that particular wine? Answering those questions will bring you right to the heart of the multi-faceted wonderment of wine. The 2,200 words in this essay give you a framework for appreciating the best wines in your life and for finding the best wine you will ever have.
Effective Listening Skills for Counsellors and Care Givers.
on Jan. 13, 2013
This ebook captures active listening in a nutshell, including reflecting back to the speaker, effective word usage, and body language interpretation. If you want to help someone get to the bottom of an issue they’re experiencing, this great little guidebook will get you there. Highly recommended.