This self-help guide shows readers step-by-step how to perform at their peak while gaining emotional and financial freedom, attaining leadership and self-confidence, and winning the confidence of others. It should enable the reader to gain the knowledge and courage to remake themselves.
The author offers advice on such matters as mastering emotions, overcoming debilitating habits such as over-eating, drinking and drug abuse, unleashing the hidden power of body and mind, improving personal and professional relationships, and taking control of personal finances.
Packed with case studies of actual success stories, this guide to unleashing your mental powers gives you guidelines for gaining promotions and prestige, amassing wealth, creating friendships, strengthening the bonds of marriage, conquering phobias, banishing bad habits, enjoying a refreshing sleep, and even healing minor health ailments.
Bestselling author and award-winning actor Shirley MacLaine invites readers to share in her quest for spiritual, physical and personal harmony and truth. This is a provocative and enlightening synthesis of what Shirley has discovered in her years of searching for a deeper meaning in her life.
An informative guide in which dog expert Stanley Coren explores the amazingly nuanced range of canine expression, reveals what your dog is saying to you with its body language and voice and - just as important - explains how to make yourself understood by your dog.
Forget about salad without dressing, dried-out skinless chicken breasts and tasteless steamed vegetables. Forget about tiny portions, no fat/no flavour food and no second helpings. With the recipies in this book you'll feast on juicy steaks, succulent chops, cheese dishes and desserts.
A guide that tells prospective mothers all they really need to know about pregnancy, including: choosing the doctor; foetal development; a woman's changing body; common symptoms; childbirth options and getting good care, every step of the way.
When Henri Desgrange began a new bicycle road race in 1903, he had little idea that the 60 cyclists who left Paris to ride through the night to Lyons were pioneers of the most famous of all bike races, which would reach its centenary as one of the greatest sporting events on earth.