Closing the Deal is a handy tip book for anyone looking to buy, rent or sell their place. With tips that others won't share with you, Al gives you advice and ideas to educate you on how to get things done effectively. For instance, baking cinnamon buns before you have an open house gives your property a very pleasant and homey feel. Home staging for cheap can get you more money for your property, and having bad credit, doesn't mean you can't get a mortgage! Al will take you through the DOs and DON'Ts of buying, renting or selling property, including what to be aware of when looking for the best real estate agent.
Addressing areas of everyday life - from the anxiety of visiting the dentist to personal depression - this guide helps listeners eliminate the prohibitive nature of fear and sadness. Incorporating such techniques as visual meditation and self-recorded transcripts to listen to while sleeping, listeners learn to gain control over their negative thoughts and feelings and conquer the paralyzing and unhealthy symptoms associated with anxiety and depression.
For the last 25 years, Jeff Silverman has been the President of YukYuk's comedy club: one of the world's largest stand-up comedy chains.
With a career spanning more than forty years, Jeff has helped launchthe careers of Jim Carey, Howie Mandel and Russell Peters, and started his business career with the 99-cent Roxy Theatre back in the '70s, showcasing cult underground movie marathons. He went on to run the New Yorker Theatre and Horseshoe Tavern music venues, bringing in bands like The Police and The Ramones for the very first time.
In the '80s, Jeff turned his attention to television production, and produced one of the first all-night television shows, The All-Night Show, which was a fusion of zany experimental television, old favorites and interactive programming never seen on the air before, or since.
In this audio book, Jeff takes you behind the scenes of how a funny businessoperates, and explains how the hilarious and insightful ventures and adventures of his unconventional career path have sprung forth a well of invaluable skills along the way.
Rose Handy had a great life with a good job, great boyfriend, and was nine months pregnant. Realizing too late that her boyfriend was pocketing the rent money and they were now being evicted, the boyfriend left and Rose was forced into giving birth in a women's shelter. Angry, frustrated and embarrassed, she decided to fight back, creating a company that hit $1 million in 2010. The shelter provided Rose with a good environment in which she could take care of her newborn while also dealing with the trauma of what had happened to her. Rose was able to take advantage of the services that were made available to her in the shelter: counseling, education, and resources, while having a bed to sleep in and food to eat. Rose started her bilingual consultancy in the shelter. Today Rose's business has grown and she has run countless bilingual job fairs, helping to connect 16,000 people to jobs. Rose now teaches how to overcome adversity, anger and jealousy tocreate a successful and happy life.
Rose is from Cameroon and was voted Woman Entrepreneur of theYear in Canada in 2009 and has found jobs for 16,000 people.
Alexandra Orlando is an Olympic athlete who dedicated seventeen years of her life to the sport of rhythmic gymnastics, winning almost two hundred medals. Despite injury, she competed at the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008, and retired from the sport at the age of twenty-one as one of the top ten gymnasts in the world.Her incredible story is one of struggle and strength. Through it all, her family and friends watched the sport consume her; and every person that came into her life was affected by the constant fight for perfection, and the mental and physical exhaustion. Those who had the strength never left her side. And when the dust settled, a woman emerged who was stronger than she ever thought she could be. Reflecting back on her life as "Alex the Gymnast," Alexandra takes a deeper look on who she was during her career, who she had to be, and how this made her the person she is today.
Frank D’Angelo is an intrepid entrepreneur, singer, restaurateur, and the James Bond of the Canadian beverage world. At least one of his products can be found in almost every convenience store in Canada under the brands D’Angelo or Arizona, and he has raised thousands of dollars for charities through his music. Born to Sicilian parents in Toronto, Frank nurtured his keen business sense as a boy by buying and consolidating paper routes, and then contracting them out. He flipped his first house at age 20. Six years later, he mortgaged his house to buy $150,000 worth of apple juice, which he used to start a multi-million dollar business empire from his truck. Frank appears in lots of his TV commercials, in various incarnations, and his inimitable “Eye-talian” style is arguably as famous as his drinks. You need only mention the catchphrase, “I Cheetah all the time,” and the infamous Ben Johnson Cheetah energy drink commercial springs to mind. Frank D’Angelo doesn’t just push the envelope—he pushes the entire post office; and in so doing, revolutionizes the very idea of merchandising. With a raw wit and seasoned debonair, Frank now hosts his own Friday night variety talk show, the Being Frank Show, with A-list guests and an assortment of comedy skits and live music. Despite his huge successes and achievements, Frank D’Angelo is probably best known for just...Being Frank!
The secret to knowing whether a person is telling the truth or not isn’t from their words, but from their actions! Body language will always tell the truth no matter how much a person may try to hide it. Now you can learn when a celebrity, politician or even someone around you is being honest! Is that person telling the truth if they lookyou in the eye? No. That’s a myth. Learn the truth and dispel the myths to get a better read on your boss, friend, family or even the people you watch on TV!
Examples from: Tiger Woods, Jesse James, Mel Gibson, Bill Clinton, Paris Hilton and many others.
From her father dying when she was 17 to married, divorced and surviving ovarian cancer all by 30, Jessica Gera has experienced life's lows and survived. It's from this she has written her ''life's survival manual' for people. With sarcastic, humor filled anecdotes, she encourages listeners to laugh out loud and see the positive behind every negative.
Dealing with adversity is the toughest thing you will ever go through in life. You may think you are the only one dealing with it, but you aren’t. These women have all achieved incredible success against the odds. Learn from the best mentors because they want you to succeed too! Making It in High Heels is never easy, so carry your own support team with you!
“You have an easy way of explaining things.” - Shirley Maclaine
See what is not being shown and hear what is not being said. Did you know that a micro-gesture occurs 1/8 of a second before a word is spoken? Or how about the person that pats you on the back while hugging you is actually uncomfortable? When you try to impress her and she smiles without showing “crows feet” around her eyes, don’t feel good about yourself. By looking at a desk, tell how the person reacts to pressure. Find what a person is most insecure about, and what they truly feel towards you. Reading people takes observing people. Through the exercises in this audio book you will get more comfortable doing so, and the techniques can help you in your personal and professional life. Don’t guess! Let them tell you everything!
A no-nonsense approach like never before!
So what’s your excuse?
LIFE ISN’T HARD. We make it harder than it is. We can always find something to complain about! Yes, times are tough, but no tougher than before. It’s our way of looking at things that have changed. Now I’m going to take you back to the basics. We are going to remove your fear of failure and even your fear of success! By the end of this audio book, if you dare to do all 8 exercises, I GUARANTEE that you will have far more success!
This program has worked in many government organizations and corporations.
Many women want their Mr. Right - now! And many men want their Ms. Tonight! There are a lot of books that explain how to play these fast-fix dating games; however, there are none that explain how to bring back the good old days when love had to be earned by both sexes. The Red Flag Rulebook is a tool to help women weed out the men who are not worthy by putting them through a carefully outlined test. This test can be used on first dates, or in short or long-term relationships. It instructs women on what personality traits to "red flag" and explains why it is important to watch for these traits.
In The Red Flag Rulebook, women share their stories about mortifying dating experiences, which will provide a good chuckle as well as a good eye-opener for listeners. The Red Flag Rulebook is an educational tool to give women sound advice on how to bring back patience and effort into the dating game, as well as an entertaining audio that will give women a good laugh to share on any “girls’ night out” occasion.
Author Lloyd Vaughan is a security expert who has protected such well known people as Jamie Foxx, Queen Noor, and many others. He teaches individuals how you use their instincts to protect themselves before they ever become victims. Mr. Vaughan practices what he preaches - he never has or will carry a gun! All he needs to successfully protect his clients are his intuitive methods and his basic human instincts.
In this audiobook, author Vaughan teaches listeners how to use their own inherent abilities for personal safety and survival.
Farheen Khan was the victim of an Islamophobic attack by a stranger in a residential apartment building in Toronto. She managed to elude her attacker but the assault on her body had only just begun. For fear of dishonoring her family in the South Asian and Muslim community, Farheen didn’t report the incident. Internalizing this experience so deeply sent her body into an allergic overdrive, resulting in fatal anaphylactic shock. Being unable to consume entire food groups gave her an insight into how a third of the people on earth are unable to eat for a very diﬀerent reason—poverty and food insecurity. Despite her allergies, Farheen worked tirelessly to make a diﬀerence locally on building the foundation for the Muslim social services sector in her city. From the ﬁrst lick of soy pudding, to despair and back again, she realized that not only can we not ﬁght adversity alone—we are not expected to. This is an honest and candid story about accepting the angels that come in and out of our lives when we need them the most, to show us to ourselves as a reﬂective surface on a dirty wall. Sometimes being swept away by a giant wave beyond our understanding can take us to beaches we never knew existed; and in losing control, we can often gain control of who we are and what we are really about. Today, cured of 95 percent of her allergies, Farheen has founded and presides over several non-proﬁt organizations to help relieve poverty.
In this candid confessional, comedian Carla Collins divides the world into the angels who guide us, inspire us, and save our butts; the sexy and trendy vampires who suck the life out of us; and the douche bags who constantly annoy, disgust and taunt us. With a fast wit, fake breasts and real heart, Collins shares her unconventional journey from a small steel town in Ontario, Canada to Tinseltown L.A. On this wild and revealing romp, she navigates her way through seventy-two imaginary friends, multiple fiancés, eight dogs, two marriages, and one topless grandmother. Her hard-earned life lessons will show you that by taking risks, embracing humiliation and tapping into the power of laughter, anything is possible—and everyone is manageable. Attract more angels into your life, control your vampires, and keep all the douche bags at bay. Angels, Vampires and Douche Bags is original, edgy, uplifting and laugh-out-loud funny.
We read what motivational speakers teach us, but what do they teach their families behind closed doors?
The Proctor Family shares what they have learned from the Godfather of motivation, Bob Proctor. From his 9-year-old grandson relaying how Bob gently explained the meaning of death, to his son’s view of money, the Proctor family relay what they have learned from living with Bob Proctor.
The chapters are honest, emotional and funny. They expose Bob Proctor’s trait as as a dad, husband, grandfather and much more!
What if I told you that it’s as important to manage the thoughts you feed yourself as it is to manage the food you eat? What if your physical condition is simply a reflection of your inner world? Perhaps in the past you have managed to lose weight through diet and exercise alone. However if you didn’t address the underlying subconscious thoughts that created the problem in the first place, the weight probably returned.
As a hypnotherapist I have come to deeply respect the power of the subconscious mind. I believe the root cause of becoming overweight is usually mental, emotional and spiritual, rather than physical. When you change your mind, the body follows automatically. Then you lose weight easily, steadily, seemingly without effort.
Through the rough patches in our life, we sometimes forget that we are not alone. It is when we need inspiration and guidance but can’t talk to our friends or family, we need someone who understands and has been through it before us, and is still…
MAKING IT IN HIGH HEELS
40 strong women from various ages, backgrounds and experiences have come together to share the most personal times in their lives. Listen in as these women 16-35 years of age each contribute a chapter about a hard time they have gone through and what they did to get through it.
These stories will help motivate and inspire you through any hard time in your life.
Your life is about to take a change for the better!
From selling his high school to Pepsi, to signing the authors of The Secret to his publishing company without even having enough money to pay the phone bill, Sanjay will show you how to deal with any obstacle. He will change your fear into fuel and overcome your hesitations of cold-calling, risk and most importantly...success! As a practicing Master Hypno-therapist, speaker, publisher and film producer, Sanjay will prove to you that you have what it takes to do anything you want at any age without money, contacts or formal education. Success is yours, but you are the only one holding you back.