Mark Jeffries is a trusted advisor and communications consultant to the world's largest and most successful corporations, agencies, and accounting and law firms. As a keynote speaker and executive coach, Mark has built a business addressing professional conferences around the world and coaching top business executives, lawyers, and politicians. His leading clients include Ernst & Young, Microsoft, IBM, Boeing, Royal Bank of Canada, HSBC, and McDonald's. As a leader in the fields of strategic communication, influence, and soft skills, Mark's advice is widely sought in the corporate world as well as on TV and radio.In business, you need an edge. In every business situation-to get that job, get that promotion, lead that negotiation, make that sale-you need to win people over. In highly competitive situations, you need to stand out, get noticed, and be remembered. The Art of Business Seduction gives you the edge you need. So much in business success depends on first impressions, personalRead More »from Mark Jeffries Jennifer Ford Berry Hilary Williams Howard Guttman Dr. Mayer Eisenstein.
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- Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Wed, Nov 24, 2010 4:51 PM EST
- Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Tue, Nov 23, 2010 5:46 PM EST
William Gladstone is the author of the international bestselling novel THE TWELVE. He is also the literary agent for Eckhart Tolle, Neale Donald Walsch. Thomas Hartmann, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Dr. Ervin Laszlo and many other prominent leaders and visionaries.Bill is a graduate of Yale College and Harvard University and has traveled throughout the world as a cultural anthropologist and researcher for films such as In Search of Ancient Mysteries. Easy to use, enjoyable to read, and proven effective, this is a revolutionary new method for taking advantage of the "law of attraction" drawn from the legendary Master Key System. Thanks to such books as Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich and the recent best-selling The Secret, millions of people now realize that success comes from more than just chance, fate, good connections, or even hard work. At the same time, these volumes don't offer a practical daily process for attaining your goals-and that's exactly what Tapping the Source provides. ItRead More »from William Gladstone author of Tapping the Source & Women's Lunch Place
- Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Tue, Nov 23, 2010 5:41 PM EST
Rick Dacri is the president and founder of Dacri & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in helping business owners and managers improve the performance and productivity of their organization and workforce. Much of Rick's success can be attributed to his ability to work with managers to get to the heart of their problems and provide them practical solutions with simple, straightforward steps for implementation. Human resources consultant Rick Dacri literally wrote the book on how to manage employees effectively. As we emerge from a devastating recession, employers need guidance with this post recession workplace. It is imperative that every effort, every person be productive every minute of the working day. Dacri minces no words in his recipe for managing successfully. Uncomplicating Management provides insights to managers so that they can avoid problems and overcome challenges through the use of proven strategies developed by Dacri. The book provides a blueprint for eliminatingRead More »from Uncomplicating Management, The Baby Bump, The Secret of Negotiation, & Sunday's with Sullivan
Authors Daniel S. Shaffer, Michael Takiff, Super Shpper Kathy Spencer, & Karen Morgan from Blackbird BakeryBy Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Mon, Nov 22, 2010 6:10 PM EST
Daniel S. Shaffer is president and CEO of Shaffer Asset Management, Inc. He is a certifi ed public accountant (CPA) as well as chartered fi nancial consultant (ChFC). He has a master's of science degree in accounting from New York University and bachelor's degree in speech communications from Syracuse University. A look at lessons of the past that could help secure profits in an uncertain economic future In this era of unprecedented economic disruption, author Dan Shaffer warns investors and traders to be skeptical of the day-to-day pronouncements of the media and financial pundits, and instead look to the lessons of history and long-term economic cycles to inform their financial decisions. To successfully navigate today's economic storms, he asserts, investors need to break free of crowd psychology and think for themselves. Shaffer believes that the study of past financial crises provides the surest guide to assessing the current environment, and with this reliable resource he showsRead More »from Authors Daniel S. Shaffer, Michael Takiff, Super Shpper Kathy Spencer, & Karen Morgan from Blackbird Bakery
Dr. Lon Jones, a 30-year veteran in healthcare, was an Osteopathic Board certified Family Physician at the Hi-Plains Hospital and Clinic in Hale Center, Texas until retiring in 2001 and educating people about Xylitol and Xlear. An expert in family medicine, Dr. Jones is internationally known for his initiatory work in nasal xylitol in the upper airways. A pioneer of xylitol research, Dr. Jones is the patent holder for the first and only nasal wash that contains the natural substance for nasal administration designed to wash the nose. Before the 1997 nasal wash clinical research study, he formulated the xylitol solution to administer to his granddaughter to reduce her frequent ear infections. After testing it on many patients, Dr. Jones discovered that washing the nose with xylitol aided in the relief of many of his patient's upper respiratory problems. The nasal wash helps assist the body's natural cleansing process by flushing out bacteria and allergens that normally live in the backRead More »from Dr. Lon Jones with an AMAZING OFFER from Xlear!
In Street Player, legendary drummer Danny Seraphine, a founding member of the iconic band Chicago, tells the dramatic story of his rise from the very mean streets of Chicago to the pinnacle of rock fame and fortune in the 1960s, a watershed period in music history. In this riveting book, Seraphine offers vivid portraits of his fellow band members and reveals how Chicago differs from all other bands and why they have captured the hearts of millions of fans worldwide. This lively inside story is filled with fascinating and colorful tales from Seraphine's time on the road. He recalls how his first meeting with Janis Joplin nearly turned into a fist fight (and how she sweetly apologized afterward), why Jimi Hendrix invited Chicago to tour with him, and how Hendrix, a former paratrooper, calmly reassured him during a very turbulent flight. He talks about touring with the Beach Boys, Bruce Springsteen, Led Zeppelin, and other music legends. Seraphine's tales of learning and perfecting hisRead More »from Legendary drummer Danny Seraphine, & Bob Ayers!
- Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Fri, Nov 19, 2010 5:34 PM EST
Suzy Cohen, RPh, has been a licensed pharmacist for more than 20 years and writes the syndicated health column "Dear Pharmacist®." Based on breakthrough studies, Cohen's program reveals how people with diabetes can reduce their need for prescription medication and minimize the disease's effect on the body Most doctors consider diabetes a one-way street-once you have it, your only option is to manage the symptoms with a restricted diet, close monitoring of blood sugar, and expensive medications. Pharmacist Suzy Cohen shows that diabetes can be treated instead through safe, natural means, like food and vitamins, rather than strictly relying on prescription drugs. She shifts the focus away from glucose management to a whole body approach, using supplements, minerals, and dietary changes to lose weight, repair cell damage, improve insulin function, and reduce the side effects from prescription drugs, many of which rob nutrients from the body and cause additional symptoms. This 5-stepRead More »from Suzy Cohen, RPh, Diabetes without Drugs & Lauren Ruotolo Unstoppable in Stilettos
Guy Devin, Ph.D., has an eclectic background, bridging the worlds of business, health, science and holistic living. He is a spokesperson and educator in the natural products industry traveling the country extensively as a guest speaker, public lecturer, and in-store staff trainer for various companies. In addition, he has done numerous radio and TV interviews. Devin continues as a frequent contributing writer to various industry trade journals such as Vitamin Retailer Magazine and Natural Food Merchandiser. Devin holds a Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences, specializing in Nutrition, Herbology and Clinical Nutritional Microscopy. During his internship with a well known research institute, Devin conducted research on more than 900 different natural supplements and their effect in the body using high-tech blood microscopy techniques. His work included in-depth study on probiotics and the use of therapeutic enzymes. Get a FREE copy of an enlightening book on the relationship of bacteria andRead More »from Guy Devin, Ph.D., & Dr. Ohhiraâ€™s Probiotics
- Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Tue, Nov 16, 2010 5:21 PM EST
Ten years in the making, Siddhartha Mukherjee's THE EMPEROR OF ALL MALADIES: A Biography of Cancer) is a magnificently written "biography" of this shape-shifting and formidable disease that has plagued and riddled humanity for thousands of years. From the first known reference to cancer on an ancient Egyptian scroll to the epic modern battles to conquer it, Mukherjee, a leading cancer physician and researcher, approaches this crucial subject with the passion and fixation of a biographer and the flourish of a novelist. THE EMPEROR OF ALL MALADIES is a story that touches on the brilliance and tenacity that frequently make scientific history-and also on the serendipitous discoveries. Mukherjee introduces readers to key figures such as Sidney Farber, the father of modern chemotherapy, holed up in the cellar of a Boston hospital and characterized by a colleague as a "cancer maniac," and William Halsted, bewhiskered, obsessive, and addicted to cocaine, who created and perfected the radicalRead More »from Siddhartha Mukherjeeâ€™s THE EMPEROR OF ALL MALADIES: A Biography of Cancer)
- Frankie | Author Blog Posts – Mon, Nov 15, 2010 7:56 PM EST
Chloë Atkins holds a PhD in political theory and is currently an associate professor in the Law and Society Program at the University of Calgary. She has received Fulbright, Clarke and Killam fellowships, as well as a fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. She is currently at work on two books, one on the difficulty of making ethical decisions in everyday life and the other on trust, human rights and vulnerability. At age twenty-one, Chloë Atkins began suffering from a mysterious illness, the symptoms of which rapidly worsened. Paralyzed for months at a time, she frequently required intubation and life support. She eventually became quadriplegic, dependent both on a wheelchair and on health professionals who refused to believe there was anything physically wrong with her. When test after test returned inconclusive results, Atkins's doctors pronounced her symptoms psychosomatic. Atkins was told not only that she was going to die, but also thatRead More »from ChloÃ« Atkins, Sanda Davis, Earl Mindell, R. Ph., Ph.D, &Dr. Jacqueline Sidman