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READ LIKE GANDHI

READ LIKE GANDHI

Tolstoy wrote it. Gandhi read it. The effects of that combination rippled through four centuries - and ripples still. First published in 1894 it has left - and leaves - its mark through the present 21st century. It was Gandhi‘s reading of it in the 20th century that...

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MONEY – GET IT, GROW IT, KEEP IT

MONEY – GET IT, GROW IT, KEEP IT

This book has been “hailed” by millions as “the greatest of all inspirational books on the subject of thrift, financial planning, and personal wealth.”  Even the great Jim Rohn - father of the personal development field, and go-to guru of such self-development giants...

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FOR AMERICAN SCHOLARS

FOR AMERICAN SCHOLARS

“The American Scholar”  is the title of one of the essays in this book. This title also works as a clarion call to anyone - to everyone - hungry to learn deeply and to live fully.   The author, Ralph Waldo Emerson, born in 1803 in Boston, Massachusetts, was a...

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ANGER – OLDER THAN ARISTOTLE

ANGER – OLDER THAN ARISTOTLE

But Aristotle summed it up best: "Anybody can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose - that is not within everybody's power and is not easy." To be human is to...

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TO READ NOR NOT TO READ – SHAKESPEARE

TO READ NOR NOT TO READ – SHAKESPEARE

That is the question. When, as a teen in high school, President Obama was assigned a Shakespeare play to read, he thought "My God, this is boring." He changed his mind after taking “this wonderful Shakespeare class in college.” He began by reading Shakespeare’s...

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THE RHODES LESS TRAVELED

THE RHODES LESS TRAVELED

They were children, boys with the same name. They were related - not by blood - but geography. They grew up within blocks of each other in a part of Baltimore known for its poverty, violence, and generational hopelessness. Better said, they grew up in the stranglehold...

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THEY RUN US – CAN WE RUN THEM?

THEY RUN US – CAN WE RUN THEM?

According to Pulitzer-prize-winning reporter and New York Times bestselling author Charles Duhigg, the answer to that question is a resounding yes - or at least “yes” most of the time. That is because the habits that run us are often rooted in our unconscious....

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GRIP OF THE STREET

GRIP OF THE STREET

He had no choice. He had to join a gang - if he wanted to survive. Indeed, survival was all he could think about. And so the “street” pulled him into its grip. This story is as old as it is new - and as heart-wrenching now for other young men “with only one place to...

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CREATIVITY – AN  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY GIFT

CREATIVITY – AN  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY GIFT

Everyone has the gift of creativity. The author of this book - an award-winning playwright, novelist, poet, and songwriter with countless credits in theater, film, and television - is certain of that. This gift belongs not only to writers, actors, singers, and others...

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ROSES, TEARS AND OPEN HEARTS

ROSES, TEARS AND OPEN HEARTS

This book consists of “must-have” poems revealing the deepest thoughts and feelings of African Americans throughout modern times. The poems are works of African American literary giants including Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovanni, Ishmael Reed, and...

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OWN A ROHN

OWN A ROHN

If the books of Jim Rohn (Rohn rhymes with own) were cars, they would be Rolls Royces – and you would want to own at least one of them.

The Keys to Success is one of these books. The words of wisdom in it run and hum like a Rolls Royce engine – supremely smooth, quietly efficient, and arriving at the destination of the mind with stealth, style, and elegance.

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