Download The Power Path by José (Jose) Stevens (.ePUB)

The Power Path: The Shaman’s Way to Success in Business and Life by José Stevens
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 388KB | Retail
Overview: According to José Stevens and Lena Stevens, business leaders and shamans share many important traits: the abilities to solve problems, to achieve goals, to see the big picture, and to forecast events. What their previous book, Secrets of Shamanism, did for the growth of the individual, The Power Path does for the growth of business managers and entrepreneurs. On the basis of years of study with shamans, the authors share a new way of thinking about the nature of power. By applying shamanic traditions of power to the workplace, readers learn how to improve work relationships, to understand employees’ strengths and limitations, and to inspire effective teamwork — techniques aimed ultimately toward increasing business success.
Genre: Non-fiction | General

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Download The Innovation Blind Spot by Ross Baird (.ePUB)

The Innovation Blind Spot: Why We Back the Wrong Ideas—and What to Do About It by Ross Baird
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.0MB | Retail
Overview: Our innovation economy is broken. But there’s good news: The ideas that will solve our problems are hiding in plain sight.

While big companies in the American economy have never been more successful, entrepreneurial activity is near a 30-year low. More businesses are dying than starting every day. Investors continue to dump billions of dollars into photo-sharing apps and food-delivery services, solving problems for only a wealthy sliver of the world’s population, while challenges in health, food security, and education grow more serious.

In The Innovation Blind Spot, entrepreneur and venture capitalist Ross Baird argues that the innovations that truly matter don’t see the light of day—for reasons entirely of our own making. A handful of people in a handful of cities are deciding, behind closed doors, which entrepreneurs get a shot to succeed. And most investors are what Baird calls "two-pocket thinkers"—artificially separating their charitable work from their day job of making a profit.

The resulting system creates rising income inequality, stifled entrepreneurial ambition, social distrust, and political uncertainty. Our innovation problem makes all our other problems harder to solve. In this book, Baird demonstrates how and where to find better ideas by lifting up people, places, and industries that are often overlooked. What’s more, Baird ultimately outlines how to create long-term success through "one-pocket thinking"—eliminating the blind spot that separates "what we do for a living" and "what we really care about."
Genre: Non-fiction | General

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Download The Only Way to Win by Jim Loehr (.ePUB)

The Only Way to Win: How Building Character Drives Higher Achievement and Greater Fulfillment in Business and Life by Jim Loehr
Requirements: ePub reader, 1.5 MB
Overview: Why Winning with Character Is the Only Way to Win

The conditioning begins early in our lives. Great achievements will bring lasting happiness and fulfillment; great achievements form the bedrock of stable self-esteem and strong character; great achievements will become the foundation for a successful life. If these well-intentioned promises are true, why does winning never seem to be enough?

In The Only Way to Win, Jim Loehr draws upon two decades of work with Fortune 500 executives; world-class athletes such as Monica Seles, Dan Jansen, and Eric Lindros; and other high achievers at the Human Performance Institute (HPI) to reveal surprising insights about achievement motivation. Specifically, Loehr finds that the blind pursuit of external achievement often results in emptiness, addiction, and, ironically, poor performance. It’s not really about what you achieve, he argues, it’s about who you become as a consequence of the chase.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Business & Money

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Download Young Leonardo by Jean-Pierre Isbouts (.ePUB)

Young Leonardo: The Evolution of a Revolutionary Artist, 1472-1499 by Jean-Pierre Isbouts, Christopher Heath Brown
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 12 MB
Overview: Provocative and original, this fresh look at Leonardo da Vinci’s formative years in Florence and Milan provides a radically different scenario of how he created his signature style that would transform Western art forever.

The traditional view of Leonardo da Vinci’s career is that he enjoyed a promising start in Florence and then moved to Milan to become the celebrated court artist of Duke Ludovico Sforza. Young Leonardo presents a very different view. It reveals how the young Leonardo struggled against the prevailing style of his master Verrocchio, was stymied in his efforts to produce his first masterpiece in Florence, and left for Milan on little more than a wing and a prayer. Once there, he was long ignored by Duke Ludovico, and enjoyed only tepid Sforza support after his great equestrian project came to nothing. Meanwhile, all the major Sforza commissions went to artists whose names are now forgotten.

Isbouts and Brown depict Leonardo’s seminal years in Milan from an entirely new perspective: that of the Sforza court. They show that much of the Sforza patronage was directed on vast projects, such as the Milan Cathedral, favoring a close circle of local artists to which Leonardo never gained entry. As a result, his exceptional talent remained largely unrecognized right up to the Last Supper. The authors also explore a mysterious link between the Last Supper and the fresco of the Crucifixion on the opposite wall, a work that up to now has fully escaped public attention. Finally, they present a sensational theory: that two long-ignored, life-sized copies of the Last Supper, now in Belgium and the U.K., were actually commissioned by the French King Louis XII and painted under Leonardo’s direct supervision.

Young Leonardo is a fascinating window into the artist’s mind as he slowly develops the groundbreaking techniques that will produce the High Renaissance and change the course of European art.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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Download Smoke Snort Swallow Shoot by Jacob Hoye (.ePUB)

Smoke Snort Swallow Shoot: Legendary Binges, Lost Weekends, and Other Feats of Rock ‘n’ Roll Incoherence edited by Jacob Hoye
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2 MB
Overview: These are the highest of the highs, the rainbow rides before the crash, from some of the music industry’s most fabled drug takers. Smoke Snort Swallow Shoot includes incredible excerpts from memoirs by Mötley Crüe, Aerosmith, Marilyn Manson, Johnny Cash, Lemmy (Motörhead), Slash (Guns N’ Roses), Gregg Allman (The Allman Brothers), Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Marianne Faithfull, Rex Brown (Pantera) and NOFX, among others.

Take a ride with Marilyn Manson as he negotiates a bad acid trip and an unexpected mind-bending psycho-sexual encounter. Head upstate with Aerosmith as they shoot guns and heroin, crash cars and consume infinite quantities of cocaine, pausing now and again to record Draw the Line. Travel to Amsterdam with Guns N’ Roses as they navigate through the red light district in search of a legendary fix. Disappear into a desert cave with Johnny Cash on a mission of death. Take a hilarious crash course in junkie studies with Smelly from NOFX, from introduction to withdrawal.

Smoke Snort Swallow Shoot is a rollicking, often uproarious collection of some of the best writing on drugs ever to appear on the page. Sit back, relax and read. They did it so you don’t have to.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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Download Reagan’s America by Garry Wills (.ePUB)

Reagan’s America: Innocents at Home by Garry Wills
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2 MB
Overview: Updated with a new preface by the author, this captivating biography of America’s fortieth president recounts Ronald Reagan’s life—from his poverty-stricken Illinois childhood to his acting career to his California governorship to his role as commander in chief—and examines the powerful myths surrounding him, many of which he created himself.

Praised by some for his sunny optimism and old-fashioned rugged individualism, derided by others for being a politician out of touch with reality, Reagan was both a popular and polarizing figure in the 1980s United States, and continues to fascinate us as a symbol. In Reagan’s America, Garry Wills reveals the realities behind Reagan’s own descriptions of his idyllic boyhood, as well as the story behind his leadership of the Screen Actors Guild, the role religion played in his thinking, and the facts of his military service.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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Download Nixon Agonistes by Garry Wills (.ePUB)

Nixon Agonistes: The Crisis of the Self-Made Man by Garry Wills
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1 MB
Overview: With a new preface: A “stunning” analysis of the troubled Republican president by the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Lincoln at Gettysburg (The New York Times Book Review).

In this acclaimed biography that earned him a spot on Nixon’s infamous “enemies list,” Garry Wills takes a thoughtful, in-depth, and often “very amusing” look at the thirty-seventh US president, and draws some surprising conclusions about a man whose name has become synonymous with scandal and the abuse of power (Kirkus Reviews).

Arguing that Nixon was a reflection of the country that elected him, Wills examines not only the psychology of the man himself and his relationships with others—from his wife, Pat, to his vice-president, Spiro Agnew—but also the state of the nation at the time, mired in the Vietnam War and experiencing a cultural rift that pitted the young against the old. Putting his findings into moral, economic, intellectual, and political contexts, he ultimately “paints a broad and provocative landscape of the nation’s—and Nixon’s—travails” (The New York Times).

Simultaneously compassionate and critical, and raising interesting perspectives on the shifting definitions of terms like “conservative” and “liberal” over recent decades, Nixon Agonistes is a brilliant and indispensable book from one of America’s most acclaimed historians.
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Download Berlitz Pocket Guide Berlin by Berlitz (.ePUB)

Berlitz Pocket Guide Berlin, 13th Edition (Berlitz Pocket Guides) by Berlitz
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 9.0 MB
Overview: Berlitz Pocket Guide Berlin is a concise, full-colour travel guide that combines lively text with vivid photography to highlight the very best that this bustling, sophisticated city has to offer. The Where To Go chapter details all the key sights in the city, as well as those in the nearby elegant town of Potsdam, from the Reichstag building to the Brandenburg Gate, via the Jewish Museum and the Pergamonmuseum with its wonders of the ancient world. Handy maps on the cover help you to get around with ease. To inspire you, the book offers a rundown of the Top 10 Attractions in Berlin, followed by an itinerary for a Perfect Day in the city. The What to Do chapter is a snapshot of ways to spend your spare time, from classical music, cabaret and clubs to shopping, sports and festivals. You’ll also be armed with background information, including a brief history of the city and an Eating Out chapter covering its great variety of cuisine. There are carefully chosen listings of the best hotels and restaurants, and an A-Z to give you all the practical information you will need.
Genre: Non Fiction Travel

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Download Strategic Thinking Skills by Stanley K. Ridgley (.PDF)

Strategic Thinking Skills by Stanley K. Ridgley
Requirements: PDF Reader, 2.9 mb
Overview: Strategic thinking is a powerful and invaluable skill, one that leads to greater chances of success in whatever professional and personal projects you’re involved in. It involves setting goals, developing long-range plans, anticipating the unexpected, analyzing your environment, and even cooperating with your competitors.
Genre: Nonfiction > General

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Download Extreme Cities by Ashley Dawson (.ePUB)

Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change by Ashley Dawson
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2 MB
Overview: A cutting exploration of how cities drive climate change while being on the frontlines of the coming climate crisis

How will climate change affect our lives? Where will its impacts be most deeply felt? Are we doing enough to protect ourselves from the coming chaos? In Extreme Cities, Ashley Dawson argues that cities are ground zero for climate change, contributing the lion’s share of carbon to the atmosphere, while also lying on the frontlines of rising sea levels. Today, the majority of the world’s megacities are located in coastal zones, yet few of them are adequately prepared for the floods that will increasingly menace their shores. Instead, most continue to develop luxury waterfront condos for the elite and industrial facilities for corporations. These not only intensify carbon emissions, but also place coastal residents at greater risk when water levels rise.

In Extreme Cities, Dawson offers an alarming portrait of the future of our cities, describing the efforts of Staten Island, New York, and Shishmareff, Alaska residents to relocate; Holland’s models for defending against the seas; and the development of New York City before and after Hurricane Sandy. Our best hope lies not with fortified sea walls, he argues. Rather, it lies with urban movements already fighting to remake our cities in a more just and equitable way.

As much a harrowing study as a call to arms Extreme Cities is a necessary read for anyone concerned with the threat of global warming, and of the cities of the world.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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