Author: Theresa Caputo, Kristina Grish
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Blending together personal stories, anecdotes, and client readings, the star of TLC's "Long Island Medium" shares her world and her gift of communicating with those who have crossed over to the other side.
Author: Carole Matthews
Publisher: Hachette UK
Kate Lewis is thirty-five and feeling restless. She's fed up of worrying about the ironing and would like her husband Jeffrey to pay more attention to her than his golf clubs. There must be more to life than this! Kate enrols herself on a T'ai Chi course and takes best friend Sonia along for the ride. She's determined to 'find herself' but it's easier said than done, especially when she finds the distracting Ben Mahler first . . .
Author: Joseph Lobrutto, III
Revised 2014 Addition Have you ever asked yourself any of the following questions: Why are we here on earth? Is there really a Supreme Being who created the universe? When we die, do we rot in a grave or is there a heaven? If there is a heaven, how can we communicate with loved ones who've already crossed over? Are we the only life created by God or are there others like us? Have you ever wondered how the supernatural perceptions of psychics, mediums, and channels relate to God? Expect some surprises when reading Is There More To Life Than What We Know? Remember to keep an open mind - you might find yourself getting answers to some of those "what if" questions, although not necessarily the answers you were expecting. For all us who have ever looked into the night sky and wondered if there is more to life than there is? - This book is a must-read!
Author: Malcolm Gilbert
Publisher: Xulon Press
In today's age and culture, almost anything goes. This book exists to detail a true, graphic, and honest perspective of my life and to show where to obtain the truth for our lives. In my past, I was hurting and I was allowing this world to consume me. I was going in the right direction in a wrong world. I wanted change, but I didn't want to change. We have reached a critical and saturated level of desensitization. The world is in a current state of spiritual depression. A true connection is being lost with today's generation. I had to stand up and shine light into a dark world to which I was once a part of. There millions of adults and young adults who are looking for truthful answers in their current situations. This book describes, in detail, aspects of my past, negative mindset and the subtle destruction that was occurring. I have been saved by grace! I have been fortunate to live in many U.S. cities and also overseas. I have traveled to many foreign countries. I have also experienced many aspects in my young life. This sinful world will not last. My life has been sustained to show the present light of my life, through glimpses, of my past darkness. My life has been completely changed. I was lost just like millions of souls are right now. But I knew that there had to be more to life than what I was going through. I am so grateful and thankful! I have accepted my free gift.
Author: Lamar Smith, Tammy Kling
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
When you’re working in the fast lane, it’s easy to keep your eye trained on personal performance, profitable deals, and every rung of the corporate ladder. But what happens when your climb to success leads to a dead end? When the coveted office with the prime view and corporate board access not only overpowers everything else that’s meaningful—but sabotages your ability to target new opportunities? There’s More to Life Than the Corner Office tells the story of Patrick Mitchell, a young, up-and-coming dealmaker with energy and ideas to burn. Patrick is powered by his desire to stake a claim in his own corner office, until a fateful encounter with business icon Al Crafton changes his life. With a remarkable blend of intelligence, creativity, and patience, the older executive walks him through a set of lessons that forces Patrick to examine his life, his failing marriage, and his career choices—and to see new paths to true fulfillment and unique business prospects. There’s More to Life Than the Corner Office will show you how to: Get back in the driver’s seat: Don’t let the status quo direct your career path—only you can tap into the opportunities that can lead to real growth Beware of target fixation: When all your energy is focused on one goal, you can lose sight of obstacles that can sabotage your success Embrace every opportunity: A balanced, well-rounded life leads to a more objective world view, which can show you new avenues of productivity you’d otherwise miss Packed with insightful wisdom and solid methodologies, There’s More to Life Than the Corner Office will help you plot your own path to spiritual, physical, mental, and career success. Because when you begin the quest for true fulfillment, you’ll be primed to make the most of every moment, every encounter, and every opportunity that comes your way.
Author: Ian Gittins
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Bjork is the most successful radical rock experimentalist of her generation. Contrary, inimitable, and gloriously her own, she has awed her famously dedicated fans for more than a decade with a swooping, querulous voice that has been likened to a glass not quite breaking. Bursting onto the Icelandic musical scene with a precocious album at the age of 11 and a series of releases in the 1980s that notably include her work with the Sugar Cubes, Bjork soon found herself gaining international renown as she released the jazzy Gling-Glo and her breakout solo album Debut. Since then the superstar wordsmith has continued to produce idiosyncratic, well-received works. In 1995 Bjork combined hit-making tunes with her maverick sounds to produce Post, and then after working with an army of collaborators, Telegram. Two years later, Homogenic took listeners on a compelling journey through the outer reaches of electronica. Again abruptly switching directions, Bjork starred as a blind mother in the critically acclaimed Dancer in the Dark, producing the renowned Selmasongs soundtrack. Returning to explorations of herself the next year, she produced Vespertine, an intimate and sensual fan favorite that continues to sell well. Drawing on years of experience covering Bjork and her industry, music journalist Ian Gittins explores and celebrates the creative processes and motivations behind her amazing career and musical history. With 70 color and black-and-white photographs, Bjork is a must-have for her legions of devoted fans.
Author: Bruce Guilmette
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
What do you do when according to modern medical science your only option is how you will die? The choices are limited. The time is painfully short. This is when it it hits home, There is More to Life Than Just Living. Dr. Guilmette faced that very moment in time by looking beyond the accepted way of doing things. Through hours of research and diligent study, he created a paradigm for defeating his cancer. This is his story about cancer, death, life, and encouragement.
Author: Nadia Finer
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Is the highlight of your day is a glass of wine at the end of it? Do you dream of changing your life, but you’re not sure how? This book is packed with smart and sensible advice from remarkable women that will give you the confidence and inspiration to finally take action and start reaching for your dreams. Nadia Finer and Emily Nash wanted to love what they did, not loathe it. So they set off on a mission to find the country’s coolest women (from neuroscientists to novelists, biologists to builders, and entrepreneurs to engineers), corner them and pump them for advice to find out exactly how they made their dreams come true. They discovered that there are thousands of women out there right now doing amazing things, and that there’s a way of living and tackling the world that produces results. In this book they share their discoveries with you so that you too can ditch the drudge and kick start your life!
It's true. There is more to life than sex and money. Like 'dropping out' of corporate life and finding even greater satisfaction, or confronting your fear by parachuting from a plane, or experiencing the miracle of holding your newborn baby in your arms. The personal stories of strength in this collection recount many magic moments, big and small. They provide models of tremendous courage that will help you turn the corners in your life. In them, a broad range of people - from public figures to business executives and housewives - share their heartfelt, real-life messages that will inspire your hope, re-awaken your dreams, and show you that there is so much more to do and love in life.
Author: Jeff Wheeland
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Tyler is a regular working stiff. He has a job that pays the bills, a boss who takes credit for his work, and a stable routine. And he is bored shitless. For years he has sat in his gray-carpeted cubicle trying to look busy while staring at the pictures on his wall, daydreaming of the adventures he was missing: drinking beers with an ex-dictator's nephew, riding cantankerous water buffaloes, backup dancing for the most popular band in Northern Brazil, evading kidnapping attempts by the Venezuelan military, encountering an infamous giant beaver, meeting a tiny psychedelic gnome named Gary, and perhaps even finding a love that could change his life forever. But to make these peculiar adventures a reality, he first must decide whether to continue in his comfortable, interminably boring life or leave behind his despised cubicle to head out into the world and discover what makes him happy.
Author: William P. Murchison
Publisher: Spence Pub
Bill Murchison -- a straight-talking Texan -- surveys the rich variety of ordinary life with the unpretentious wit that has made him one of America's favorite syndicated columnists.
Author: Emily Esfahani Smith
Publisher: Broadway Books
In a culture obsessed with happiness, this wise, stirring book points the way toward a richer, more satisfying life. Too many of us believe that the search for meaning is an esoteric pursuit—that you have to travel to a distant monastery or page through dusty volumes to discover life’s secrets. The truth is, there are untapped sources of meaning all around us—right here, right now. To explore how we can craft lives of meaning, Emily Esfahani Smith synthesizes a kaleidoscopic array of sources—from psychologists, sociologists, philosophers, and neuroscientists to figures in literature and history such as George Eliot, Viktor Frankl, Aristotle, and the Buddha. Drawing on this research, Smith shows us how cultivating connections to others, identifying and working toward a purpose, telling stories about our place in the world, and seeking out mystery can immeasurably deepen our lives. To bring what she calls the four pillars of meaning to life, Smith visits a tight-knit fishing village in the Chesapeake Bay, stargazes in West Texas, attends a dinner where young people gather to share their experiences of profound loss, and more. She also introduces us to compelling seekers of meaning—from the drug kingpin who finds his purpose in helping people get fit to the artist who draws on her Hindu upbringing to create arresting photographs. And she explores how we might begin to build a culture that leaves space for introspection and awe, cultivates a sense of community, and imbues our lives with meaning. Inspiring and story-driven, The Power of Meaning will strike a profound chord in anyone seeking a life that matters.