Based upon a long-term study to identify the most prevalent human attributes leading to career success, this book is designed to help individuals identify their own unique talents and succeed at every level.
Features various games, from Bridge to Newmarket to Whist and Pontoon. This book takes us through several games to choose from. It also covers games played with other types of cards. It offers a 'working description' of each game, with the rules, and variations and origins of each. It includes an appendix of games. It is suitable for novices.
With usage notes including details of common pitfalls and how to avoid them, the author presents the reader with advice on how to write essays, letters, speeches and CVs. This book is a complete guide to every aspect of the art of writing.
Whether you're organising a quiz night in your local or you simply want to get in a bit of practice on tricky subjects, this book contains questions and answers on topics ranging from the Roman Empire to Little Britain and from the Ryder Cup to Alex Rider.
Based on Mears's BBC2 survival series, this guide explains both to groups and individuals, the everyday skills required to live in and enjoy the natural world without violating it. Topics range from constructing a natural shelter, building a fire and orienteering, to identifying medicinal herbs.
Jonathan Little, a highly successful poker professional who has won over $4 million in tournament play in just four years, explains exactly how to succeed in the highly competitive field of tournament poker.