• Business, Economics & Law
      July 2016

      Cooking Up Success

      Helping You Discover the Job of Your Dreams

      by Cindy Etsell

      What inspires you and makes you jump out of bed in the morning? Have you always wanted a career where you cannot wait to start the day? Have you always wondered what your core skills are and what makes you tick? Then you will enjoy and find inspiration and amazing advice in Cooking up Success by an inspiring new writer, Cindy Etsell. In this innovative book Cindy shares her professional journey through her love of food; capturing funny stories and using her personal anecdotes to tell you everything you need to know about finding a job you'll love. What makes this book different is Cindy's ability to capture the fun of food and its similar process: taking raw ingredients for a recipe and identifying the key elements of your dream job. The fact is most people put more effort into planning their next trip than finding their next role. Cindy inspires and encourages you to do what you love and this step-by-step process will capture your imagination and direct your passions! Let Cindy help guide you, regardless of where you are now in your career, to discover what you love and cook up an individual recipe for success. As Confucius says, "Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life."

    • Health & Personal Development
      April 2018

      How to be a SuperAger

      Living Life to the Max in your 50s, 60s and beyond

      by Angela S. Lucas

      On her 82nd birthday, a grandmother was challenged to hike 100 kilometres (62miles) in Spain’s Galician mountains. Walking the ancient Camino de Santiago route with a heavy backpack, she faced adventures with other pilgrims, sticky mud, steep climbs and blistering midday heat. This was one way she faced the adventures and challenges of the third or late age. This uplifting book addresses the question for those in their 50s and beyond: ‘What now, what next, what has it all been about?’ It shows that far from settling into comfy slippers, whatever problems life presents, if a new challenge is accepted, a purposeful new life adventure begins.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      September 2018

      More to Give

      Stepping into your new life at any age

      by Cindy Galvin

      Are you over 50 and facing a crossroads in life? Feel you’re too old to change or don’t have time to start over? Think again. In this down-to-earth book, Cindy Galvin explains why it’s never too late to launch your next career. With cheeky wit, Cindy takes you on a journey with clients who transformed their lives by developing careers filled with purpose. She explains why it’s never been a better time to create the life you want. Cindy’s book is a toolbox you can dip into for help with: • Leveraging decades of experience, skills and wisdom • Building a ‘success network’ • Recognising the control and influence you have

    • Health & Personal Development
      September 2017

      Solo Success

      You CAN do things on your own

      by Christine Ingall

      Millions of people, who live alone and are without a partner, avoid everyday leisure pursuits for fear of being seen to be on their own. Many people in a relationship never do anything on their own. This step-by-step guide helps such people to conquer their fear, and build the confidence to pursue the things that they enjoy doing, regardless of their relationship status.

    • Medicine
      December 2019

      The Doctor Can’t See You Now

      Reflections of a Retiring GP

      by David John Maddams

      A Doctor’s Dilemma. Juggling a busy medical career and a carer to two elderly parents, his final year as a GP was never going to be easy. The NHS is on the brink of collapse as David Maddams tells his funny yet poignant story.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      February 2020

      Building Your Dream Life

      How Property Can Help You Quit the Rat Race

      by Bronwen Vearncombe

      Forget waiting until retirement to start living your life. Start now! Bronwen Vearncombe spent 21 years as a banker in one of the top five UK banks, but when she was told she wouldn’t be able to draw her pension until she was 67, she became determined to escape the rat race. An impulse purchase of a rental flat led her to becoming a landlord and achieving financial freedom. After just 12 months, Bronwen and her husband John owned over £2m worth of rental property and created an income of £60,000 per annum, enough to leave their day jobs. A year later, they travelled the world and discovered they could manage their property business from anywhere in the world! In this inspirational book, you will learn... • Why now is the best time to invest in property • How to overcome the fear factors and minimise risks • How to follow your dreams • How to build a property portfolio and achieve financial freedom

    • Lifetyle & personal style guides
      January 2014

      Downsize With Style

      A 5-Step Process To Create A Happy Home and Refine Your New Lifestyle

      by Bettina Deda

      Downsize with Style is the first practical guide for empty nesters helping them reduce stress while downsizing, get rid of clutter and excess stuff, prioritise what to keep and optimise storage. Downsize with Style received the following accolades: * Shortlisted – Agent’s Pick of the Month, Andrew Lownie, London, October 2104 * Rated ‘Outstanding’ – Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards, November 2014 * Bronze medal at the 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards, National category Home & Garden * Finalist 2015 USA Best Book Awards The book is based on an easy-to-follow 5-step process to achieve a stylish and functional home in a more compact space. De-clutter and tidy up Find your personal style Visualise your ideas Layout your space Start decorating Additionally, it covers expert tips from international designers, real estate and removal specialists.

    • Health & Personal Development

      Amazing Ageing

      by David Buswell

      Amazing Ageing' is the must-have psychological survival manual for those approaching older age. When you buy this book you will discover that: 1) Ageing is an opportunity for inner growth. 2) Amazing Ageing can be achieved by making conscious choices, by letting go, by accepting your circumstances and by being grateful. 3) You can shed the shackles of the past and mature into Amazing Ageing by being positive, being realistic, taking action, being flexible and by discarding redundant rules. This is not a book about dementia or dying or about delaying the effects of ageing through lifestyle, diet, exercise. It is a highly practical book about living, which informs through a combination of explanation (i.e. what to do) and experiential exercises (i.e. how to do it). The exercises are drawn from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Psychosynthesis and Buddhism. If you are 50+ and have an interest in your own development, this book is for you. It is also essential reading for the employees and volunteers of organisations and charities which work with older people, for Care or Retirement Homes, local councils and others with responsibility for the welfare of the elderly, and for therapists, counsellors, coaches and health professionals.

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