'If I had a flower for every time I thought of you... I could walk through my garden forever.' Alfred Lord Tennyson Packed with heartfelt sayings and quotes, this is the perfect gift for the person in your life who, no matter what your mood, never fails to brighten your day.
Revelatory new book about the dangers of misusing language. Author is one of the world's most acclaimed professional speechwriters and has written speeches for Prime Ministers, government ministers and CEOs of some of the biggest companies in the world, including Unilever, HSBC and InterContinental Hotels.
'Believe you can and you're halfway there.' Theodore Roosevelt This inspirational little book is packed with uplifting and positive quotations to spur you into action and give you a high-five. Let nothing stop you and nobody knock you, because you're awesome - and don't you forget it!
Own who you are. Own what you do. And own your life story. Stand tall, stay strong and don't let anything come between you and your dreams. This little book, packed with positive statements and life-affirming quotes, will help you rise above the bad vibes and find your inner strength. You got this.
Seven million copies of his books in print! This daily devotional from the bestselling author of such spiritual classics as The Return of the Prodigal Son and The Wounded Healer offers deep spiritual insight into human experience, intimacy, brokenness and mercy.
A collection of wisdom and empowering messages from beloved teacher and 'father of motivation' Wayne W. Dyer. This book scontains a message for each day of the year so that readers can carry his wisdom with them always.
Elite trainer has been at the front lines of preparing US Special Operations soldiers for action, getting them lean and strong in record time. In this book, he shares the secrets to his simple, yet amazingly effective regimen to get you into the best shape of your life.
You Belong to the Universe documents Buckminster Fuller's six-decade quest to "make the world work for one hundred percent of humanity." Jonathan Keats sets out to restore Fuller's good name, placing Fuller's philosophy in a modern context.