Reynolds, Chanel, author
Maum, Courtney, 1978- author
Everything you've ever wanted to know about publishing but were too afraid to ask is right here in this funny, candid guide by acclaimed author Courtney Maum.
Provides a complete course of guitar lessons with techniques shown in step-by-step photographic instructions and offers information and advice on choosing an instrument, using a pick for the first time, and starting a band.
Sasaki, Fumio, 1979- author
Fumio Sasaki changed his life when he became a minimalist. But before minimalism could really stick, he had to make it a habit. All of us live our lives based on the habits we've formed, from when we get up in the morning, to what we eat and drink, to how likely we are to actually make it to the gym. In Hello, Habits, Sasaki explains how we can acquire the new habits that we want-and get rid of the ones that don't do us any good. Bringing together leading theories and tips from cognitive psychology, along with examples from his own life, he unravels common misperceptions about "willpower" and "talent," and offers a step-by-step guide to success. Ultimately, Sasaki shows how ordinary people like himself can use his principles of good habit-making to improve themselves and change their lives.
Novak, Jamie, author
Kondō, Marie, author
Stanley, Thomas J.
This book provides readers with an analysis of what it takes to achieve wealth with data-based conclusions. The authors detail how specific decisions, behaviours, and characteristics align with the discipline of wealth building, covering areas such as consumption, budgeting, careers, investing, and financial management in general. Through case studies, survey research, and a careful examination of quantitative studies of wealth, the authors illustrate what it takes to achieve financial success today, regardless of market conditions or rising costs.
Brogan, Kelly, author
In a book that's both provocative and promising, holistic psychiatrist Kelly Brogan, M.D. shows us that we don't have to medicate our mental, emotional, and physical pain away. She explodes the mistaken belief that our symptoms - from mood changes to irritability to fogginess and fatigue - are evidence that we are sick or broken. Then she charts a new path to get real, get well, and get free. Our experiences, Dr. Brogan argues, aren't problems or pathologies; they reflect what we need to accept, acknowledge, and transform in order to truly become who we are.