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How to be a boss b*tch : stop apologizing for who you are and get the life you want / Holtzman, Rachel
How to be a boss bitch
"Part prescriptive how-to, part manifesto, part tell-all, Christine Quinn's How to Be a Boss Bitch candidly covers sex and money, fashion and fame, gossip and gratitude, confidence and consciousness. Quinn has been called everything from "the most-talked-about woman on TV" to "the villain 2020 needed," and she isn't shy about any of the qualities that got her the success she has today: tenacity, confidence, and fearlessness, all while dressed in full glam and designer. By sharing details of her journey from high school dropout to self made millionaire, reality TV star, and fashion and beauty entrepreneur, Quinn gives her readers the tools to define their own Boss Bitch style and manifest their own success--without being held back by society's terms. From branding yourself with a signature style that reflects your unique strengths, to using your opponent's poison as your power, to learning the basics of a successful negotiation, to getting fired--and being ecstatic about it, How to Be a Boss Bitch is a modern guide to living a bold, authentic life"--Provided by publisher.

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Listening in the dark : women reclaiming the power of intuition / Tamblyn, Amber

Women working in literature, science, art, education, medicine, and politics share their experiences with intuition and engaging with their own inner wisdom in pivotal, crossroad moments.

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Remember : the science of memory and the art of forgetting / Genova, Lisa

Memory -- Age factors
Memory -- Physiological aspects

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The 12 hour walk : invest one day, conquer your mind, and unlock your best life / O'Brady, Colin.
Twelve hour walk
Featuring life lessons from explorer, endurance athlete, and entrepreneur Colin O'Brady--whose adventures in such extreme places as Antarctica and the perilous Drake Passage and on the peaks of Mount Everest and K2 have seen him establish ten world records--this book's narrative and insight will show you how you can embark on your own life-changing journey. With Colin as your guide, The 12-Hour Walk asks you to invest one day in yourself. The goal? Conquering your mind and becoming your best self. By walking alone, unplugging, listening to the voice within, and rewriting the limiting beliefs etched into your psyche, you can break free of the patterns holding you back and learn how to cultivate a "Possible Mindset"--an empowered way of thinking that unlocks a life of limitless possibilities. The reward: being the hero of your own destiny.

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The earned life : lose regret, chose fulfillment / Goldsmith, Marshall

"Discover the steps to earning your path to fulfillment and living without regrets-from the world-renowned executive coach and New York Times bestselling author of Triggers and What Got You Here Won't Get You There. Our lives exist on a continuum between two poles: fulfillment and regret. We invest enormous resources of time and energy into staying healthy, being recognized for our achievements, nurturing our relationships, and making money. When we make the right investments, we earn our lives: Our choices, risks, and efforts lead us to a rewarding outcome that we regard as fair and just, regardless of external validation. But how can we know if we're investing in the right things? How can we ensure that our "earned rewards" add up to an overarching sense of purpose in our lives? In The Earned Life, pioneering leadership coach Marshall Goldsmith shows us how to live our own lives-not someone else's version of them. The key to living the earned life, unbound by regret, requires our commitment to a habit of earning and connecting it to something greater than the isolated achievements of our personal ambition. Taking inspiration from Buddhism, Goldsmith implores readers to accept impermanence and avoid the Great Western Disease of "I'll be happy when...". He offers practical advice for shedding the obstacles, especially our failures of imagination, that prevent us from creating our own lives. With this book as their guide, readers can close the gap between what they plan to achieve and what they actually get done. Packed with illuminating exercises and stories from Goldsmith's storied career as a coach to some of the world's highest-achieving leaders, The Earned Life is a powerful roadmap for ambitious people seeking a higher purpose"--Provided by publisher.

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What works : a comprehensive framework to change the way we approach goal setting / Mcmullin, Tara.

"My second-grade teacher noticed. She guided me out of the classroom and into the hall. She gently asked why on earth I was crying over a game of bingo. As only a precocious 8-year-old could, I tried to explain that I hated bingo because it required no skill. It was pure luck. There was no strategy to employ, no natural talent to rely on to win. Either your numbers were called, or they weren't. I couldn't extract value out of a win. There was no meaning to victory-although loss still hurt. My teacher gently explained that it was "just a game" and encouraged me to enjoy it. But that's the thing. There has been nothing in my life that has been "just a game." Every win was a small indication that things would work out, that I'd be okay. Every loss was a devastating reminder that I could lose everything-and probably would."--Provided by publisher.