Uncommon Sense: Investment Wisdom Since the Stock Market's Dawn [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 19:04
2015 | EPUB + PDF | 1.17/5.14MB
Question everything – and become a better investor in the process
Uncommon Sense takes readers on a four-century journey; from the dawn of public share ownership (in 1602) right up to today. But this is not simply a history book. It's a book for serious investors. Along the way it reveals the fascinating stories, the market characters and the important financial developments that have sculpted the thinking behind the value investor's craft. Blended throughout the narrative Kemp delivers an array of interesting anecdotes and rock solid logic regarding what works when investing in the stock market, what doesn't, and why.
Early in the 20th Century, Charles Dow remarked of Wall Street Operators that 'the more they actually know, the less confident they become.' Continuing in the tradition of that simple, elegant statement, this enlightening and entertaining book will have you thinking, acting and succeeding on your own in your investment endeavours.
- Learn to question conventional wisdom at every turn and develop a healthy skepticism as you plan your own investment strategies
- Develop a rich understanding of the stock valuation process
- Discover the methods that have been used by successful investors from the dawn of the modern stock market (in 1602) right up to today
- Learn how to interact simply and successfully with markets that are vastly complex and largely inexplicable
Uncommon Sense will have you questioning and doubting much that's stated about stock market investing, then developing your own winning strategy based on reason and understanding.
Negotiation Manipulation Moves [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 19:02
2014 | EPUB + MOBI | 0.5/0.6MB
Drawing from his vast experience in the field of negotiation, Asaf Shani offers in this book, ‘Negotiation Manipulation Moves’ strategies that will make you a better negotiator.
'Better' in the sense that you'll be able to maximize your bottom line results along with retaining, and even increasing, the other side's satisfaction while still sticking to your ethical code.
By understanding the mechanism of manipulation in the context of negotiation and going through the negotiation manipulation moves offered in this book, one can take his negotiation abilities to the next level, become more aware of where to draw the line between the do's and don'ts and learn to better cope with negotiation manipulation moves done on him.
Asaf Shani is an international public speaker, trainer and consultant on the subject of confrontational situations: conflicts and negotiations. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and accountancy and two master degrees in Law and Philosophy.
In this book, Asaf shares his hands-on knowledge, acquired over more than 16 years of experience during which he worked with global giants such as I.B.M, Microsoft, Intel, eBay, Coca-Cola and other businesses and individuals worldwide.
Fit: When Talent And Intelligence Just Won't Cut It [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 19:00
2015 | EPUB | 0.86MB
Understand where you fit to understand where you'll excel
Fit: When Talent and Intelligence Just Won't Cut It answers the fundamental performance questions that people have asked for generations. Why is that some individuals are consistently high performers, how do they keep performing in varying situations, organisations and contexts, why can some people just not seem to be able to crack that code, and why do some individuals perform exceptionally well in certain organisations but not in others? This fresh new book challenges current thinking about the war for talent and the role intelligence plays in high performance sport and business. Over 3,000 profiles of elite corporate managers and professional elites have been studied to find the answers as to why certain individuals consistently get exceptional results and why great talent doesn't transfer across teams and businesses.
Fit considers real live cases and well-known examples of spectacular successes and failures through the lens of the Hogan Personality Tools. This shows how elite performance is dependent on three things; understanding what role your behaviours are best suited to, what culture you perform your best in and how you're likely to derail your career. Armed with this knowledge, this innovative text allows you to connect the dots on your past performances and prepares you to find roles, organisations and teams which best fit you - opening the door for elite performance. Instead of talent management and changing behaviour, look to Fit as a key to your performance improvement. You'll find that performance does not have a one-size-fits-all formula - it is bespoke, personal and different for each individual.
- Understand how you can align your natural style with the right roles to achieve elite performance in your professional and personal lives
- Appreciate your unique behavioural patterns that impact personal and team success
- Discover that true success is not totally dependent on talent and intelligence, but on discovering what you're good at and where you fit.
Fit: When Talent and Intelligence Just Won't Cut It unearths the hidden traits of elite performance and enables you to find your fit to further enhance your engagement and success.
Trading Psychology 2.0: From Best Practices to Best Processes [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:58
2015 | EPUB | 0.75MB
Practical trading psychology insight that can be put to work today
Trading Psychology 2.0 is a comprehensive guide to applying the science of psychology to the art of trading. Veteran trading psychologist and bestselling author Brett Steenbarger offers critical advice and proven techniques to help interested traders better understand the markets, with practical takeaways that can be implemented immediately. Academic research is presented in an accessible, understandable, engaging way that makes it relevant for practical traders, and examples, illustrations, and case studies bring the ideas and techniques to life. Interactive features keep readers engaged and involved, including a blog offering ever-expanding content, and a Twitter feed for quick tips. Contributions from market bloggers, authors, and experts bring fresh perspectives to the topic, and Steenbarger draws upon his own experience in psychology and statistical modeling as an active trader to offer insight into the practical aspect of trading psychology.
Trading psychology is one of the few topics that are equally relevant to day traders and active investors, market makers and portfolio managers, and traders in different markets around the globe. Many firms hire trading coaches, but this book provides a coach in print, accessible 24/7 no matter what the market is doing.
- Understand the research at the core of trading psychology
- Examine the ways in which psychology is applied in real-world trading
- Implement practical tips immediately to see first-hand results
Gain the perspective and insight of veteran traders who apply these techniques daily While markets may differ in scale, scope, and activity, humans remain human, with all the inherent behavioral tendencies. Studying the market from the human perspective gives traders insight into how human behavior drives market behavior. Trading Psychology 2.0 gives traders an edge, with expert guidance and practical advice.
No One Ever Told Us That: Money and Life Lessons for Young Adults [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:57
2015 | EPUB + PDF | 0.4/5.12MB
The "new grownup" guide to managing your life and money in the modern economy
No One Ever Told Us That is a series of essential life and financial lessons that every adult needs to read before they embark upon their own life's adventures. You've completed your education, your couch surfing, and your internships—now it's time to grow up. You have a "real" job, maybe a family, and maybe a mortgage; but you've been launched into an uncertain world. This book is your much-needed guide to life as an adult, giving you the answers you need about becoming a professional, becoming financially secure, and becoming your own person. You see the world differently when you spend your days supporting yourself and your family, and money management quickly becomes an integral part of everything you do. This useful guide shows you how to do what you need to do, find the people you need on your side, and fulfill your obligations to those who matter most to you.
You may have been used to the idea of "independence" for a while by now, but when the reality of it hits, many new adults are thrown into a sudden state of panic. This book is your guide through the storm, your handbook for adulthood, and your personal companion for the journey ahead.
- John D. Spooner has a dual life. He has been named by Barrons as one of the top 100 financial advisors in America. As an author, the great mystery writer Robert B. Parker has said, "John Spooner is, quite simply, one of the best writers in America."
- Gain a fresh perspective on the world as a grownup
- Meet financial challenges with smart money management
- Assemble your personal, legal, medical, and financial support team
- Learn essential lessons before you suffer their consequences
- Written by the only full-time writer and money manager in America
Nothing in your experience has ever prepared you for the responsibility of responsibility. You've been thrown into the deep end, the undertow is strong, and the stakes are high—it's time to start swimming. No One Ever Told Us That gets you right on track to your brightest future.
The Most Dangerous Trade [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:55
2015 | EPUB | 0.6MB
How short sellers profit from disasters that afflict individuals, markets, and nations
The Most Dangerous Trade serves up tales from the dark side of the world marketplace to reveal how traders profit from the failure and, often, the financial ruin of others. In this book Richard Teitelbaum profiles more than a dozen short sellers to reveal how they employ the tactics, strategies, and various styles to zero in on their target, get the needed financing, and see their investment through to its ultimate conclusion.
The short sellers profiled will include stories of both their successful investments as well as their disastrous ventures. The book will examine the different styles, strategies, and tactics utilized, looking at how each short seller researches his or her targets, obtains financing, puts on a trade, and sees the investment through to fruition—or failure. With the appeal of a well-written adventure novel, The Most Dangerous Trade reveals how these investors seek publicity to help drive down a stock and shows the often bitter and controversial battles that ensue.
- Includes profiles of well-know short sellers such as Jim Chanos, Steve Eisman, Manuel Ascencio, Doug Kass, and many more
- Discover how short sellers make the "puts" that make them billions
- Uncover the short selling controversies that make headlines
- Written by award-winning journalist Richard Teitelbaum
Discover what motivates investors who wager against the stock market and how they often profit from the misery of others.
Warsaw 1920: Lenin's Failed Conquest of Europe [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:54
2008 | EPUB | 1.08MB
The dramatic and little-known story of how, in the summer of 1920, Lenin came within a hair's breadth of shattering the painstakingly constructed Versailles peace settlement and spreading Bolshevism to western Europe.
In 1920 the new Soviet state was a mess, following a brutal civil war, and the best way of ensuring its survival appeared to be to export the revolution to Germany, itself economically ruined by defeat in World War I and racked by internal political dissension.
Between Russia and Germany lay Poland, a nation that had only just recovered its independence after more than a century of foreign oppression. But it was economically and militarily weak and its misguided offensive to liberate the Ukraine in the spring of 1920 laid it open to attack. Egged on by Trotsky, Lenin launched a massive westward advance under the flamboyant Marshal Tukhachevsky.
All that Great Britain and France had fought for over four years now seemed at risk. By the middle of August the Russians were only a few kilometres from Warsaw, and Berlin was less than a week's march away. Then occurred the 'Miracle of the Vistula': the Polish army led by Jozef Pilsudski regrouped and achieved one of the most decisive victories in military history.
As a result, the Versailles peace settlement survived, and Lenin was forced to settle for Communism in one country. The battle for Warsaw bought Europe nearly two decades of peace, and communism remained a mainly Russian phenomenon, subsuming many of the autocratic and Byzantine characteristics of Russia's tsarist tradition.
Poland: A History [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:52
2009 | EPUB | 1.69MB
Adam Zamoyski first wrote his history of Poland two years before the collapse of the Soviet Union. This substantially revised and updated edition sets the Soviet era in the context of the rise, fall and remarkable rebirth of an indomitable nation.
In 1797, Russia, Prussia and Austria divided Poland among themselves, rewriting Polish history to show that they had brought much-needed civilisation to a primitive backwater. But the country they wiped off the map had been one of Europe’s largest and most richly varied, born of diverse cultural traditions and one of the boldest constitutional experiments ever attempted. Its destruction ultimately led to two world wars and the Cold War.
Zamoyski’s fully revised history of Poland looks back over a thousand years of turmoil and triumph, chronicling how Poland has been restored at last to its rightful place in Europe.
Rites of Peace: The Fall of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:51
2012 | EPUB | 4.04MB
Following on from his epic ‘1812: Napoleon's Fatal March on Moscow’, bestselling author Adam Zamoyski has written the dramatic story of the Congress of Vienna.
In the wake of his disastrous Russian campaign of 1812, Napoleon's imperious grip on Europe began to weaken, raising the question of how the Continent was to be reconstructed after his defeat. There were many who dreamed of a peace to end all wars, in which the interests of peoples as well as those of rulers would be taken into account. But what followed was an unseemly and at times brutal scramble for territory by the most powerful states, in which countries were traded as if they had been private and their inhabitants counted like cattle.
The results, fixed at the Congress of Vienna in 1815, not only laid the foundations of the European world we know; it put in place a social order and a security system that lie at the root of many of the problems which dog the world today. Although the defining moments took place in Vienna, and the principle players included Tsar Alexander I of Russia, the Austrian Chancellor Metternich, the Duke of Wellington and the French master of diplomacy Talleyrand, as well as Napoleon himself, the accepted view of the gathering of statesmen reordering the Continent in elegant salons is a false one. Many of the crucial questions were decided on the battlefield or in squalid roadside cottages amid the vagaries of war. And the proceedings in Vienna itself were not as decorous as is usually represented.
Drawing on a wide range of first-hand sources in six languages, which include not only official documents, private letters, diaries and first-hand accounts, but also the reports of police spies and informers, Adam Zamoyski gets below the thin veneer of courtliness and reveals that the new Europe was forged by men in thrall to fear, greed and lust, in an atmosphere of moral depravity in which sexual favours were traded as readily as provinces and the 'souls' who inhabited them. He has created a chilling account, full of menace as well as frivolity.
1812: Napoleon's Fatal March on Moscow [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:50
2004 | EPUB | 8.64MB
Adam Zamoyski’s bestselling account of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia and his catastrophic retreat from Moscow, events that had a profound effect on European history.In 1812 the most powerful man in the world assembled the largest army in history and marched on Moscow with the intention of consolidating his dominion. But within months, Napoleon’s invasion of Russia – history’s first example of total war – had turned into an epic military disaster. Over 400,000 French and Allied troops perished and Napoleon was forced to retreat.Adam Zamoyski’s masterful work draws on the harrowing first-hand accounts of soldiers and civilians on both sides of the conflict. The result takes the reader beyond the invasion of Russia to present both a poignant tale of the individual foot soldier and a sweeping history of a turbulent time.
Phantom Terror: Political Paranoia and the Creation of the Modern State, 1789-1848 [EPUB]
28 February 2016, 18:48
2015 | EPUB | 1.23MB
After the French Revolution, conservative governments from Britain to Russia created bulwarks to protect their power against the threat of further rebellions. They repressed and spied on their citizens, policing both speech and actions. In nations across Europe, politicians and cultural leaders from Edmund Burke to Mary Shelley chose sides, either propelling or resisting the counter-revolutionary spirit embodied in these omnipotent central states. These years of paranoia not only witnessed the first stirrings of modern totalitarian regimes, but gave birth to the political contest between the privileged and the underprivileged—a legacy that haunts us to this day.In Phantom Terror, award-winning historian Adam Zamoyski reveals that the years after the French Revolution were the crux upon which the rest of European history would turn—a moment when desperate monarchs took the world down the path of revolution, terror, and world war.
Science of Self [TTC Video]
28 February 2016, 17:12
Course No 1592 | AVI, XviD, 640x480 | MP3, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | 4.51GB
Some of the most profound secrets about what it means to be human are now being revealed, thanks to the amazing tools of biotechnology. The Human Genome Project, completed in 2003, opened the book on the genetic instructions that go into making a human. Now other species are being studied at the same level of detail, providing astonishing insights into the whole range of life on Earth.
Armed with these and other findings, scientists are beginning to address age-old mysteries, including these:
- What is the difference between living organisms and nonliving things?
- How does DNA instruct a single-cell embryo to create a body with a brain that produces a self-conscious mind?
- What makes us human? Our minds, genes, appearance, or something else?
- Is the human species at the end of an evolutionary line, or will it evolve into something entirely different?
In 24 thought-provoking lectures designed for nonscientists, The Science of Self explores these and many other questions in today's exciting field of genomics, the study of the vast storehouse of information contained within chromosomes.
Your professor is Princeton University biologist Lee M. Silver, an acclaimed teacher, scientist, and author of popular books on biotechnology, genetics, and its impact on society. As a participant in the ongoing revolution in biology for the past three decades, Professor Silver has seen his field radically transformed. Even so, he says that he and his colleagues are astonished by the pace of discoveries in recent years and by how much has been learned about the human condition from studying the basic ingredients in genes. "We're teasing out all of the secrets," he marvels.
Enlivened by Dr. Silver's clear and enthusiastic presentation, The Science of Self is an unrivaled opportunity to investigate this dramatic new picture of our past, present, and future as a species.
DNA: Your Genetic "Hard Drive"
Professor Silver begins by surveying the history of ideas about life and inheritance, from Aristotle's remarkably prescient scientific model of life to Darwin's theory of natural selection, Mendel's laws of heredity, and Watson and Crick's discovery that the molecule DNA encodes genetic information in an elegantly simple way. In one of his many vivid analogies, Professor Silver compares genetic information to music files purchased over the Internet. The music is not a material substance; it's simply a string of numbers copied to the hard drive of a computer. Similarly, the only thing that survives through the generations of life is immaterial genetic information, copied to the cellular equivalent of a hard drive, the DNA in the chromosomes and their constituent genes inside the cell nucleus.
Cracking the Code
Equipped with this powerful understanding of heredity as information, you peer into the human genome to read its code, compare it with the genomes of other species, and trace how information is translated into individual humans with all of our rich diversity. In a riveting example of the details hidden in our genes, Dr. Silver recounts the results of genetic profiling recently done on his own DNA:
- The analysis shows that Dr. Silver has a relatively common allele, or mutation, that leads to a dopamine deficiency in one part of the brain—a trait associated with risk taking, which may explain his love of travel.
- His maternal line can be traced back 35,000 years to Spain and the original hunter-gatherers who invaded Europe and then retreated after the onset of the last ice age.
- His paternal line emerged more recently, in the last 3,000 years, among members of a Jewish tribe in Israel that left the Middle East between 2,000 and 1,000 years ago.
- Intriguingly, Dr. Silver has DNA markers that point to a Chinese ancestor about 300 to 500 years ago, who may have been one of the innumerable descendants of Genghis Khan!
The Biotech Tool Chest
Part of the fascinating story of The Science of Self involves the technological tool chest that allows scientists to decipher the intricacies of living things. These sophisticated procedures and devices are part of the biotech revolution, and Professor Silver introduces you to some of the tools in detail, so that you can understand through graphics and his descriptions how we have arrived at our current state of knowledge. For example, you investigate the following:
- Gene sequencing: In the early 1970s a multiyear effort decoded an unprecedented 63-letter sequence of DNA. The invention of DNA sequencer machines in the 1980s allowed the decoding of the entire human genome of 3 billion letters by 2004. A few years from now, complete genomes for any individual will be sequenced as part of routine medical care.
- FISH: Standing for Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization, this technique identifies major features on chromosomes. Among its many applications, FISH has been used to compare humans and chimpanzees, showing that the chromosomes of the two species are virtually indistinguishable—except for an intriguing difference.
- DNA microarray: Built like a computer chip, this small but powerful device allows scientists to observe genes in action, something few experts thought would ever be possible. The technique can link particular genes to diseases that are quite complex, such as juvenile-onset diabetes.
- Molecular clock: The known rate at which genetic mutations occur can be used as a clock to calculate how far apart two species are in terms of evolution. The technique shows that humans and Neanderthals share a common ancestor from about 700,000 years ago, while humans and mice trace their mutual ancestor to 75 million years ago.
A Sense of Wonder
At Princeton University, Professor Silver is a member of both the Department of Molecular Biology and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, straddling both the world of science and the public policy realm that is addressing the momentous implications of genomic research. Early in his career, he worked under the direction of Nobel laureate James D. Watson, a codiscoverer of the structure of DNA and later the first director of the Human Genome Project.
But beyond these impressive credentials, Professor Silver's most important qualification as a teacher is that he has never lost his sense of wonder. "I'm still amazed by the fact that a single cell, smaller than I can see, is all that it takes to create a complete human being with a human brain," he says at the outset of the course. Such cells are hardly different in size from the protozoa that have been swimming around the planet for more than 3 billion years, he points out. "And yet, somehow, in these cells there are DNA molecules that contain the complete genetic information required to give rise to a person who can think and who can present lectures, as I am doing."
Watching this very timely course, you will feel the same sense of awe as you probe deeply and wondrously into The Science of Self.
Moist Heat Cooking Methods [Video]
28 February 2016, 17:04
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS, NTSC, 720x480 | AC3, 448 kbps, 2 Ch | 1.9 hours | 3.46GB
Moist-heat techniques—steaming, cooking foods en papillote, shallow poaching, deep poaching, and simmering-rely on liquid and/or water vapor as the cooking medium. Braising and Stewing are often thought of as peasant dishes because they frequently call for less tender (and less expensive) main ingredients than do other techniques. Monitoring cooking temperatures and times vigilantly and determining doneness accurately are key to a mastery of moist-heat methods.
This moist-heat cooking method is gentle enough for delicate food and versatile enough to add flavor and interest. This section show you how to:
- Learn how to select and prepare foods for steaming
- Capitalize on the health benefits of this low-fat technique
- Prepare Beef and Pork Tamales and Red Snapper en Papillote
- Expand on the basic technique of this cooking method
Expand your culinary talents and knowledge by developing a more profound understanding of this moist-heat technique. During this section you will:
- Explore the various methods of submersion cooking
- Examine how the cooking liquid enhances the flavor of the menu item as well as the sauce
- Learn how to select and prepare foods for poaching
- Watch how Sea Bass with Watercress Sauce, Poached Salmon with Dill Butter, and Corned Beef and Cabbage are prepared
Explore how this cooking technique can play a key role in creating and maintaining healthy profit margins while delighting your customers and enriching your bottom line.
- Review the fundamentals of this slow-cooking method
- Learn how to select and prepare products for braising
- Discover seasoning and flavoring techniques
- Examine the principles of braising through our Yankee Pot Roast and Braise Romaine recipes
Take your culinary skills to new heights through the implementation of this moist-heat cooking method. During this section you will:
- Review how to select and prepare the equipment for stewing
- Explore seasoning techniques for stewed dishes
- Learn how to select the proper cooking liquid for the product
- Prepare the classic Veal Blanquette
Dry Heat Cooking Methods Volume 1 & 2 [Video]
28 February 2016, 16:51
MKV, AVC, 2149 kbps, 712x480 | English, AC3, 192 kbps, 2 Ch | 4.8 hours | 3.34GB
Dry Heat Volume 1
This chef instruction video explores techiques of grilling, broiling, roasting and baking. These cooking methods rely on dry heat without fats or oils. The food is cooked either by a direct application of radiant heat (grilling and broiling) or by indirect heat in the oven (roasting and baking). The result of these cooking methods is a highly flavored exterior and moist interior.
Topics covered include:
Dry Heat Volume 2
The cooking techniques presented in this DVD rely on fat or oil as the cooking medium. Since dry heat does not have a tenderizing effect, any food prepared using these cooking methods must be naturally tender or should be prepared in a way that introduces additional moisture. Once you have developed these skills, you can being the process of refining and creating virtually endless variations employing dry-heat cooking methods.
Topics covered include:
- Pan Frying
- Deep Frying
- Sitr Frying
Sacred Cows: A Lighthearted Look at Belief and Tradition Around the World [Audiobook]
28 February 2016, 13:33
2015 | MP3@64 kbps | 5 hrs 4 mins | 140.86MB
Did you know that God forbids the tying of shoelaces on Saturdays? Or that humans emit a colorful aura that can be discerned only with a Third Eye? That bountiful harvest requires the flinging of a live goat from a church bell tower? That instead of wishing upon a star, we can wish upon a…cow? Well into the 21st century, our species continues to participate in beliefs and customs that seem more suited to the Bronze Age than the Information Age, some of which involve poisonous snakes, holy smoke, urine bubbles, crystals, tarot cards, aliens, costumed virgins, and, of course, an offering plate. Join Seth Andrews for a random romp across the planet and a humorous look at some of humanity's Sacred Cows.
Confidence: How To Think, Feel, And Be Unstoppable [Video]
28 February 2016, 05:29
MP4, AVC, 1280x720 | AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 2.5 hours | 1.0GB
Develop the ability to break through your fears, stand out in life, and get what you want.
Do you say these things to yourself:
- I KNOW I have value to add to the world, I just don't have the confidence to put myself 'out there.'
- I wish I didn't feel so unbelievably anxious and uncomfortable in social situations - it's so frustrating and I know others talk about me when I'm not around!
- Why do I feel like I'm stuck in a rut, not really doing much in life other than what's 'comfortable', which makes me feel like I'm wasting my life away?
- I've got to get up and speak in front of others for my job - I wish I didn't dread it so much that it makes me sick!
- How can I be attractive to others if I don't feel good about myself?
- How can I develop the confidence I need in life to do amazing things?
If these are the kinds of conversations you have in your head, you're going to love this course!
Not only does it provide practical solutions to all these challenges (and many others), but the course is delivered to you in a energetic, simple, and fun way.
So…what makes this course so unique?
- My relentless focus on delivering high-quality content within the course - It comes with a workbook!
- The high value of the ideas
- The unique and engaging way lessons are presented
- How practical and usable the ideas are that I teach you
- The transformation you'll see in yourself
- The transformation others will see in you
This course is for you if you:
- Want to quickly become a more confident person with a strong sense of personal power
- Have very little time to watch boring, complicated lessons
- Tired of ideas that are really nothing more then weak, boring cliche's that are largely worthless nonsense ('be yourself', 'let go of your fear', etc.)
- Enjoy video training over book-learnin'
- Want actionable, practical strategies and tools that you can use right now - today
- Think visual guides for the course content is cool and useful for reference later
- Like having some fun while you learn
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 29 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
- Contribute your unique knowledge, skills, and talents to the world
- Get more of what you want
- Experience more fun and freedom
- Become more attractive to others
- Have a greater influence on others
- Feel more positive emotions like joy, happiness, and satisfaction
- Become a force for making your dreams a reality
- Destroy stress and take control of what happens in your life
- Become a positive role model for your kids, co-workers, or tribe
- Believe in your ability to be a force for change and influence