If you are starting college or know someone who is, this concise and powerful book will provide the tools every freshman needs.
Success in the first year of college means more than a high GPA. To be truly successful in college and beyond requires emotional intelligence.
Average 2 Awesome will guide readers through the four components of emotional intelligence. Learn how to become more self-aware and how to control your emotions. Then discover the importance of empathy and how to increase that valuable “soft skill.” Finally, find out what it takes to become a leader.
Is your boss a bully or merely a boob? Bad bosses are everywhere, but you don’t have to allow them to ruin your life. You’re Not the Boss of Me examines the types of bosses you may encounter and offers valuable advice on how to cope.
How did you figure out what to be when you grew up? Did you follow in the footsteps of one of your parents without giving it much thought? Did you go through a process of trial and error? Did you have a goal in mind but no role model to answer your questions? Would your decision have been easier to make if you had a blueprint to follow?
In my book, Career Finder Workbook for Teens, I have laid out a concise program to introduce middle school age students to the process of career exploration. Only thirty pages in length, the book asks students to consider personality, interests, and values in choosing a career.
Pine Island is a barrier island off the coast of Southwest Florida. Unlike its neighbor Sanibel, it has no beach to speak of. What it does have is a thriving artist population, lots of local fishermen, and a fascinating history. If you are planning a visit, this guide book will give you all the information you need on where to stay, where to eat, and where to play. As the former editor of the Pine Island Eagle, I had extensive personal knowledge to include in Discover Pine Island, FL.
You’re off to a cruise. How exciting! Use 7 Day Crusie.Journal and Planner to plan ahead and then to keep track of all the memories you are about to make.
For most of my life, I’ve been involved in music. In I Guess I’ll Keep My Day Job: Memoirs of a Sometime Singer , I tell what happened along the way.
The first time I sang in a chorus, I was ten years old. Since that long ago time, I’ve sung with church choirs, community choruses, and symphonic chorales. I’ve sung in England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. I’ve sung in various languages, none of which I speak. Through it all, I’ve had the most wonderful experiences. Take a look behind the curtain.