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Armed With God's Power: Changing Brokennes to Victory Through God's Love (signed)

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Be The GOAT: Careeer Readiness Manual for First Gen Students...

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Beyond Enough: How to Lead with Your Whole Self

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BULL SH*T WITH CREAM ON IT: A MEMOIR

BULL SH*T WITH CREAM ON IT: A MEMOIR

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Explore the vanishing Wyoming sheep ranching life of the 1950s while pondering parenting influences on young children to develop into leaders for the complexity of tomorrow's world. Linda F. Robertson takes you on a ride of personal adventures set in the solitude of Wyoming's sagebrush steppe and globally in far flung places such as Kyrgyzstan and Nigeria.


Set in the historical context of the times and made richer by family photos, Robertson's memoir weaves the details about the day-to-day life on a sheep and cattle ranch with developing dispositions for leadership. Each chapter ends with a question inviting the readers to ponder their own childhood experiences and those influences on actions later in life. Finish the book laughing as you discover the story of Bull Sh*t with Cream on It!


The pursuit of pleasure must be the goal of every rational person.


About the Author

Born in Powell, Wyoming, Linda F. Robertson's memoir weaves together the story of Wyoming's ranch life provided by parents Dot and Lee Brunk and the global challenges as a public-school administrator and university director in Ohio. Husband Darrell Robertson's military and civilian careers provided opportunities to explore the world. He also served as her partner in the study of effective leadership. Daughter Michelle Settecase's work with EY's Women Fast Forward initiative worldwide provided motivation for Robertson to examine her own career path reflectively.


However, enjoying life's great adventure and sharing it with others is central to Dr. Robertson's real passion. She framed this note card shared by her sister, Nancy Lewis (Nancy had received it from friends in New Zealand). Voltaire's quote and this photo from that card says it all.



Chronic Pain Doesn't Have to Hurt : Shift Your Perception of Pain, a Self-healing Guide

Chronic Pain Doesn't Have to Hurt : Shift Your Perception of Pain, a Self-healing Guide

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At a time when there are numerous books and magazine articles on pain management, diet and nutrition, exercise, and changing your lifestyle, Sandy Rozelman has put together a book incorporating all of these topics and more as they relate to chronic pain. As a person who has had to endure chronic pain for many years, Sandy has researched methods to empower herself and has compiled them into one book. All that she shares, she has applied to the management of her own chronic pain. If you are experiencing chronic pain and are looking for alternatives to conventional medicine, "Chronic Pain Doesn't Have to Hurt" has arrived just in time to guide you down a gentle path of self-healing. Sandy offers easy-to-use suggestions in an easy-to-understand format, knowing that when you are experiencing pain, the last thing you want to do is spend hours reading books on how to feel better.
Creative, Not Famous Activity Book

Creative, Not Famous Activity Book

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Are you a small potato, pursuing your creative passions without expectations of fame or fortune? This playful workbook is designed to help adults with years of creative experience explore unconsidered art forms, amp up your creative approach, and wrangle your personal triumphs into a sustained and fulfilling practice. Interactive exercises and assignments will inspire you to write, draw, sing, rhyme, craft, improvise, observe, engage, document and express yourself in every medium imaginable. Get out of your rut, embrace your inner child, and see which seeds will bear the fruit of larger projects. Prepare to discover fun ways to increase your creative visibility, live by the Golden Rule, and expand your community. Ayun Halliday, inveterate multidisciplinary creatress and author of Creative, Not Famous: The Small Potato Manifesto, made this exuberant, hilarious, and fun guide for anyone ready to subvert creative business and branding advice and realize a deeper relationship with their own uniquely weird and wonderful creativity.
Creative, Not Famous: The Small Potato Manifesto

Creative, Not Famous: The Small Potato Manifesto

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Few artists achieve fame and fortune, but that doesn't mean your creative life can't flourish. Writer, illustrator, zinemaker, and playwright Ayun Halliday interviewed dozens of creative people and shared her own experiences to produce this rallying cry for the "small potato"--someone whose focus is making cool, meaningful work and living a creative life rather than achieving wealth or celebrity. Sections range from the practice of artmaking to wrangling self-doubt to DIY marketing and self-promotion. Along the way, Halliday shows that your art can bring you satisfaction, success, community, and a modest income--without losing sight of your reasons for doing it in the first place. Want to amp up your creativity with weird, juicy activities? Check out the Creative, Not Famous Activity Book, a standalone companion workbook and journal for all flavors of creators.
God Is Always Hiring

God Is Always Hiring

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Beloved columnist and bestselling author Regina Brett offers her special brand of uplifting, yet practical advice to help readers find fulfillment in their work . . . and to deal with unexpected challenges.

In this inspiring collection, Brett focuses on how we relate to our work, or lack of work, and the seeking of something deeper and more meaningful in our career and life. With essays like "Every job is as magical as you make it" and "Only you can determine your worth," this book relates tales of discouragement turning into hope, and persistence paying big dividends. People with challenges in their jobs or job search will find solace and advice.

Hero: The Journal

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HOW WE SHOW UP: RECLAIMING FAMILY, FRIENDSHIP, AND COMMUNITY

HOW WE SHOW UP: RECLAIMING FAMILY, FRIENDSHIP, AND COMMUNITY

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An Invitation to Community and Models for Connection

After almost every presentation activist and writer Mia Birdsong gives to executives, think tanks, and policy makers, one of those leaders quietly confesses how much they long for the profound community she describes. They have family, friends, and colleagues, yet they still feel like they're standing alone. They're "winning" at the American Dream, but they're lonely, disconnected, and unsatisfied.
It seems counterintuitive that living the "good life"--the well-paying job, the nuclear family, the upward mobility--can make us feel isolated and unhappy. But in a divided America, where only a quarter of us know our neighbors and everyone is either a winner or a loser, we've forgotten the key element that helped us make progress in the first place: community. In this provocative, groundbreaking work, Mia Birdsong shows that what separates us isn't only the ever-present injustices built around race, class, gender, values, and beliefs, but also our denial of our interdependence and need for belonging. In response to the fear and discomfort we feel, we've built walls, and instead of leaning on each other, we find ourselves leaning on concrete.
Through research, interviews, and stories of lived experience, How We Show Up returns us to our inherent connectedness where we find strength, safety, and support in vulnerability and generosity, in asking for help, and in being accountable. Showing up--literally and figuratively--points us toward the promise of our collective vitality and leads us to the liberated well-being we all want.