BOLD: 212 Charisma and Small Talk Tips to Engage, Charm and Leave a Lasting Impression
by: Tycho Press
Product rating: 4.9 with 9 reviews
Learn how to be charismatic from a book with charisma
Being charismatic is the holy grail of personality skills. But charisma is also one of the most challenging traits to develop and hone.
Unlike other books on charisma, BOLD doesn’t tell you who to be. It tells you what to do and shows you how to do it.
BOLD features a comprehensive and actually habit-forming list of tips, tricks and techniques that will turn you into a social genius, a master of the conversation, and an expert in attracting other people’s praise. And with its visual format and use of cartoons, jokes, and quotes, you will enjoy coming back to it again and again as you become the very definition of charisma.
Posted in Motivational Tagged with: Bold, Charisma, Charm, Engage, Impression, Lasting, Leave, Small, Talk, Tips, Tycho Press
The Caregiver’s Toolbox: Checklists, Forms, Resources, Mobile Apps, and Straight Talk to Help You Provide Compassionate Care
by: Taylor Trade Publishing
Product rating: 5.0 with 3 reviews
The Caregiver’s Toolbox is your guide to cool apps and online tools, insider tips on how to reduce your medical bills, your privacy rights as a caregiver, where to go for free and low cost help, and much more. It clearly shows which tools will relieve your stress, and those that may add stress.
Posted in Aging Parents Tagged with: Apps, Care, Caregiver's, Checklists, Compassionate, Forms, Help, Mobile, Provide, Resources, Straight, Talk, Taylor Trade Publishing, Toolbox
Let’s Talk STDs: A Guide to Prepare Parents for “The Talk”
by: Opportune Independent Publishing Company
Product rating: 5.0 with 2 reviews
There comes a time when every parent has to get ready to have “The Talk.” Not only can this be daunting for the child, but can be just as scary for the newfound instructor as well. Let’s Talk STDs: A Guide to Prepare Parents for “The Talk” is here to assist in parental readiness; to assure all information passed on is correct and consistent with that of medical professionals. This guide breaks down STDs in a way that anyone can understand. Dr.Davis-Kennedy has created this self-help medical advisory so that when it becomes time to educate and inform your children of sex, it’s done proficiently. This outline provides vital information for all parents; you learn when to have the talk, some of the content that should be included and answers to the questions your child may have. Dr.Davis-Kennedy has constructed an easy way to rest all the myths and rumors that can spread throughout sexually uneducated children.
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Give ‘Em Pumpkin to Talk About (Pumpkin Patch Mysteries) (Volume 1)
by: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Product rating: 4.9 with 27 reviews
First in a New Series Richmond attorney Sarah Tucker returns to sell her family’s abandoned farm in Misty River, Virginia despite unanswered questions about her grandparents’ disappearance sixteen years earlier. Sarah was only twelve when she went to visit and found her grandparents had vanished. No amount of searching has brought answers. Now Sarah is faced with other issues when a man is killed who claimed to have information about what happened to her grandparents. She learns of a Confederate chest of gold that is said to be buried on the property, and treasure hunters who are willing to do anything to get their hands on it. Were her grandparents murdered for the gold? Sarah can’t sell the land and go back to her life until she has answers. But the cost of the answers may be her life. Includes farm-fresh recipes!
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Talk (New York Review Books Classics)
by: NYRB Classics
Product rating: 4.6 with 5 reviews
is a hilariously irreverent and racy testament to dialogue: the gossip, questioning, analysis, arguments, and revelations that make up our closest friendships. It’s the summer of 1965 and Emily, Vincent, and Marsha are at the beach. All three are ambitious and artistic; all are hovering around thirty; and all are deeply and mercilessly invested in analyzing themselves and everyone around them. The friends discuss sex, shrinks, psychedelics, sculpture, and S and M in an ongoing dialogue where anything goes and no topic is off limits. Talk
is the result of these conversations, recorded by Linda Rosenkrantz and transformed into a novel whose form and content put it well ahead of its time. Controversial upon its first publication in 1968, Talk
remains fresh, lascivious, and laugh-out-loud funny nearly fifty years later.
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