Summer Reading ~ June 2021~ Hot NEW releases
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A how-to guide for first-time managers adjusting to their new leadership roles.
Mikil Taylor presents first-time managers with a how-to guide for adjusting to their new leadership roles so they can become successful managers without learning exclusively from mistakes. Few managers are adequately prepared and trained, which has a severely negative effect on the newly-promoted manager, their team, and the quality of the team's work. After reading this book, new managers will be able to successfully run their new teams without falling flat on their faces.
Journey to 8 states, 3 national parks and 3 countries to experience the life-changing education that led Trent A. Romer to finding sustainability for his plastic bag manufacturing business and himself.
What if the foundation of your family business were threatened by something out of your control? What if the livelihood of 70 employees and their families were at stake, as the license to operate your business became called into question? What if 57 years of family history, grown through generations of hard work and sacrifice, were at risk of being lost? What if the reasons were actually one with which you fundamentally agreed?
Journey to 8 states, 3 national parks and 3 countries to experience the life-changing education and adventures that led Trent A. Romer to finding sustainability for his plastic bag manufacturing business and himself.
Generation Panic is a one stop shop with over 100 tips and techniques to help busy professionals combat anxiety.
Feeling anxious and on the back foot? No idea where or how to start getting relief? Anxiety making you feel overwhelmed and alone?
In bite-sized chapters, Generation Panic is a simple, easy-to-follow guide that teaches you to take back control and combat your anxiety. With its dip-in-and-out format, Generation Panic is ideal for busy professionals in their twenties and thirties who are not feeling themselves, are out of control and are struggling to manage their anxiety.
From setting boundaries to using the 7-7-7 breathing method, Generation Panic sets out over 100 quick techniques. Start learning all the tools and techniques you need to get back on track and start living a fulfilled, happy and panic-free life again.
The history of the Goddess and the signs she may be coming to you.
The Temple of the Bones is a gathering of witches, priest/ess/xes, and pagans under the dark of the moon to honor Hekate through public ritual. This book contains information on witching herbs, daily practices, moon magic and how the Temple seeks to strengthen community through the honoring of the dead. As they are, soon we shall be and their message often is to not waste your precious time on the things that do not serve your highest purpose. The Temple of the Bones encourages you to look into your own power. What wants to be brought to the surface? Are you using your strengths, or are you feeding your weakness? How are you creating magic in your own life with the wisdom of your bones?
Journey down the Nile from its ancient source to the modern world, and discover the beliefs and rituals of Ancient Egypt.
Pantheon - The Egyptians is aimed at the person who has an interest in the beliefs and rituals of Ancient Egypt but has yet to put ideas into practice. With enough detail to also appeal to the more experienced practitioner, Robin Herne's new book interweaves history with theology, philosophy, ethics, and mysticism, with some practical advice on how to engage with the deities and spirits of the ancient land.
Part of a new Pantheon series from Moon Books.
The ultimate guide to running a real estate office, a company and a network.
From France to California, from journalism to real estate, from sales associate to founder, executive vice-president, general manager, CEO, or president of several of the top companies in the US, such has been the professional itinerary of Alain Pinel, an American real estate icon in constant search for business excellence.
In Real Estate Management Strategies and Tactics, Alain shows managers of all levels, from office sales managers to CEOs, how to reach top performance and make success more predictable, measurable and sustainable. A must read for real estate leaders.
Contemporary analysis and application of the ancient Stoic wisdom of Epictetus
In Slave and Sage William Ferraiolo distills and reanimates the original spirit of Epictetus’ Enchiridion for a 21st century audience, and shows how the lessons Epictetus offered are more relevant than ever to modern life. Much like the original stoics, Ferraiolo's work prides itself on a combination of erudition and accessibility, to teach and counsel every reader.
"This little gem of philosophical insight will help you dig down into the best wisdom of the ancient Stoic philosopher, Epictetus, and see how it can apply powerfully in our lives today. Highly recommended."
Tom Morris, author of The Stoic Art of Living
Christine Louis-Dit-Sully examines the origins of racial thinking and the relationship between race and culture, asking us to recognise that racial thinking is not the only way of understanding ourselves and the world around us.
Martin Luther King, Jr once said, ‘I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character’. This is one of the aspirations many had when they fought against racism. They understood that for this aspiration to succeed everyone must participate in the project of completely transforming society to eradicate racial divisions and achieve equal treatment.
Today, with the increasing demand to recognize the seemingly insurmountable gap between black people and white people, identity-based anti-racism has become more of a hindrance than a solution for a better and freer world for us all.
The shift, from aspiring to transform social organization in order to transcend racial divisions to demanding recognition of racial divisions and identities and protection for minorities, represents the defeat of the universalist and radical politics of the past. Racial thinking, actively promoted by racists, has now become an acceptable tool for identity-based anti-racist activists in their demand for representation, diversity, inclusivity, segregation and safe spaces.
Christine Louis-Dit-Sully examines the origins of racial thinking and the relationship between race and culture, she asks us to recognise that racial thinking is not the only way of understanding ourselves and the world around us.
The greatest undisclosed secret of the war haunts the lives of 4 people across three continents and 15 years.
In this standalone sequel to The Girl From Krakow, the greatest undisclosed secret of the Second World War haunts the lives of four people across three continents and fifteen years.
The only Second World War secret not revealed soon thereafter was that the Allies had broken the German Enigma codes. This secret was kept for 30 years after the war. In the Shadows of Enigma is a 15 year-long narrative of how knowing the secret changed the lives of four people: Rita Feuerstahl, who learned that the German Enigma had been deciphered by the Poles just before she escaped a Polish ghetto, Gil Romero, her prewar lover whom Rita marries after the war, Stefan Sajac, the infant son Rita had smuggled out of the ghetto and lost track of, and Otto Schulke, the German Gestapo detective who apprehended Rita during the war and suspected that she knew the secret of the Enigma’s decoding.
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