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Forget spending 10,000 hours in the pursuit of perfecting just one thing. The true path to success and achievement lies in the pursuit of perfecting lots and lots of small things--for a big payoff.
As a small business owner, you can’t afford to farm paperwork and contracts out to a lawyer—you have to deal with them yourself. With Legal Forms for Starting & Running a Small Business, you can act with confidence.
The landlord ignores your repair requests. Your roommates are once again late with their share of the rent. Your upstairs neighbors party all the time. The landlord won’t return your security deposit. How can you deal with these problems—and others—or prevent them from happening at all?
Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court provides the information, tips, and strategies you need to sue someone successfully or put up a winning defense in any state.
This comprehensive and compassionate book covers both SSDI and SSI, shows you how to prove a disability, and explains how your age, education, and work experience affect your chances. Parents will find special information about benefits available to children with a disability.
An orthopedic surgeon and expert in stem cells and aging offers a scientific approach using diet, supplements, exercise and mental training that draws on new research findings and exclusive interviews to help people live longer, happier, healthier and more productive lives.
An uplifting meditation on the joys of grandparenthood shares practical suggestions for making the most of a grandparent relationship, building trust, knowing when and when not to get involved and managing long-distance challenges.
A man who spent thirty years on death row for a crime he did not commit describes how he became a victim of a flawed legal system, recounting the years he shared with fellow inmates who were eventually executed before his exoneration.
The editorial director of the award-winning site Feministing.com explains how gender biases are negatively impacting every level of medicine and health care today, arguing that incorrect diagnoses and treatments are threatening women's lives.
A first-hand account of life in a West African fishing village submerges readers in a community navigating a time of unprecedented environmental, economic and cultural upheaval with resilience, resourcefulness and wonder.
After his mother was diagnosed with a mysterious form of dementia, Max Lugavere put his successful media career on hold to learn everything he could about brain health and performance. For the better half of a decade, he consumed the most up-to-date scientific research, talked to dozens of leading scientists and clinicians around the world, and visited the country's best neurology departments--all in the hopes of understanding his mother's condition.
The activist author of the best-selling My Story shares counsel for trauma survivors on how to reclaim their lives and move forward with hope, drawing on her own experiences as an abductee, the insights of fellow survivors and conversations with leading thinkers and spiritual leaders to explore the meaning and power of hope to heal lives.
The award-winning author of The Six offers a portrait of the iconic mystery writer that shares insights into her Edwardian youth, her marriages, her relationship with her daughter and her mysterious 11-day disappearance in 1926.
Culled from the weekly column Ask a North Korean, which is published by NK News and invites readers around the world to pose questions to North Korean defectors, a collection of interviews provides authentic first-hand testimonies about what is happening inside the “Hermit Kingdom.”