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You Can T Get There From Here

Author : James E Woods
ISBN : 0997332409
Genre : Religion
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Are you stuck and want to get to a better life? You are invited on the journey of a lifetime as you are moved from an insufficient life to one with meaning. Each step is spelled out, and that better life is waiting for you. Get ready, get set, Go!

You Can T Get There From Here

Author : Gayle Forman
ISBN : 1594860378
Genre : Travel
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When a journalist sets out on a round-the-globe adventure, she hopes to meet those that live outside mainstream society, only to find that even on the fringes, the unstoppable forces of globalization encroach on daily life. 30,000 first printing.

10 Smart Things Women Can Do To Build A Better Life

Author : Carter, Donna
ISBN : 9780736935289
Genre : Religion
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Gifted communicator Donna Carter believes the choices we make today define the quality of our lives tomorrow. With enthusiasm and encouragement, she helps readers discern their priorities--how they want to live and what they want to accomplish--and then helps them use these choices to build lives filled with excitement, fulfillment, and joy. Women will discover practical ways to... keep their connections to people strong and encouraging decrease stress and accomplish more through organization develop and maintain an upbeat, biblical self-image stay positive when problems and disagreements occur forgive when wounded As women make positive changes in their lives, they'll have more time and energy to focus on what truly makes life worth living--serving and worshiping God, loving family members, spending time with friends, helping others, overcoming trials, and achieving their dreams.

Can T Get There From Here

Author : Todd Strasser
ISBN : 9780689841699
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Tired of being hungry, cold, and dirty from living on the streets of New York City with a tribe of other homeless teenagers who are dying, one by one, a girl named Maybe ponders her future and longs for someone to care about her.

The Life And Times Of James W Shirley Sr You Can Get There From Here

Author : James W. Shirley, Sr.
ISBN : 9781434914637
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the small town of Harrison City, Pennsylvania, Jim Shirley began his life surrounded by family and community members. It didn¿t matter that they didn¿t have electricity, used a galvanized steel washtub for bathing, and had an outhouse for other necessities. A loving and caring mother, older siblings, and a home built of love were the stepping stones to a self made man. As Jim grows older, he learns what he wants to do in life, how to create a family of his own, and how to draw the most out of what life has to offer a person. After becoming a licensed funeral director in 1959, he was employed in the Pittsburgh area. Later, he purchased a home under unusual circumstances in North Huntingdon Township, Pennsylvania. As a budding funeral director he inadvertently became a community leader in the Lions International organization and, presented his speaking skills, he showed us what it means to bring a new meaning to life and enjoy every moment of it with the same wondrous awe we had as children.

You Can Get There From Here

Author : Bob Knowling
ISBN : 9781101544549
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Not just another business autobiography, this is a fascinating and uplifting look into one man's leadership journey through poverty, hardship, racism, and betrayal to becoming one of the most inspirational business leaders of our time." -Jane Marvin, former SVP human resources, Ross Stores, Inc. Bob Knowling is respected by many of America's most admired executives, from Jack Welch to Michael Bloomberg. He has led large organizations through periods of dramatic transformation; management guru Noel Tichy calls him "a change agent's change agent." But even more impressive than Knowling's résumé is the road he took to the top. He grew up as one of thirteen children in Indiana, shuttling between the homes of his divorced parents, surrounded by crime, poverty, drug abuse, and racism. Later he lived and worked on his grandparents' farm in Missouri. No one encouraged him to have big ambitions or even bothered to ask, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" But Knowling used his athletic and academic talents to earn a college scholarship and later an MBA. He became an expert at leading change-helping others see a better future, then work hard to make it real. Knowling's story proves that almost any disadvantage can be overcome with persistence and a passion for excellence. And it teaches us how to embrace change rather than cling to the past. It is easy to lose sight of our potential in a time of economic turmoil, joblessness, and confusion. Knowling reminds us that none of those conditions is permanent and, more important, that none of them excuses us from making a concerted effort at whatever we try to do. As he puts it, "You turn around organizations, in most cases, by turning around individuals. . . . The real lesson of transformation is that it happens not in companies and not in offices, but in lives." Knowling believes that we do not define ourselves by our upbringing or the external conditions of our lives. It's our response to those conditions that counts. It's not where you came from; it's what you do with your potential. You'll be amazed to learn where Knowling came from and how he got from a really distant "there" to a very inspiring "here."

Daddy S Girls

Author : Suzanne Gold
ISBN : 9781462832750
Genre : Fiction
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Daddys Girls is a rich yet simple family tale of love, madness and spirit told in the three first-person points of view of its three women. Overlapping vignettes create a vivid patchwork of lifes defining moments to reveal dark forces lurking beneath the familys typical middle-class veneer as they struggle to love one another. The story is fiction with a dash of magical realism, but the inspiration is autobiographical. Daddys Girls recently received a glowing review from Terry Mathews of She calls it A book that will speak to you on many levels...that can alter your perception of the world, broaden your horizons and urge you to think outside the box. The best book Ive read since Cunninghams THE HOURS. And Ruth Williams, author of Younger Than That Now says Daddys Girls is a luxuriant narrative, telling the stories of three complex women two sisters and their mother and how their lives are impacted by the mental illness of one. A fascinating and obviously well-informed look at heartbreaking realities. This is a book written from the heart.

Jesus For Most People

Author : Emanuel Polioudakis
ISBN : 1456828673
Genre : Religion
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“Jesus for Most People” is for people who believe God used the Big Bang to create the universe, used evolution to create people, and sent Jesus to teach. The book updates the Enlightenment outlook. It summarizes scholarly work on Jesus and the early Church. It explains the biological evolution of morality and it looks there for clues about God. Some ideas here about Jesus and about the evolution of morality are new but not silly. The book builds a solid base for reasonable belief, so people can avoid religious and secular wackiness.

You Can T Get There From Here

Author : Elaine C. Baumbach
ISBN : 1949033058
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When a woman of advanced age, previously independent and purposeful, is required to transition to a senior living community against her will, she initially isolates herself unaccepting of the changes, experiences "What If" moments reflecting alternative life choices, until she accepts the reality that with age comes the need to compromise, to accept dependency on others, to learn how to redirect purpose and to assume responsibility for one's own happiness.


Author : Jay Strack
ISBN : 9781418583521
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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For over 20 years, Dr. Jay Strack has been working with young Christian leaders throughout the U.S. and teaching them have a better understanding of God's Word and His calling in their lives. The topics chosen for the Student Leadership University Study Guide Series represent part of the teaching model that Dr. Strack has developed over the years and address tough questions that young people are asking today. In Life, Dr. Strack and David Edwards will take the student on a journey to reveal that purity is more than the sum of what we don't do, but instead is an issue of how we live our lives day by day. Students will learn the foundations of living a pure life--mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally--and will be challenged to assess their own lives and discover how they can purposely make alternate choices that will enhance their growth in purity.

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