The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams and Reaching Your Destiny by motivational speaker and author Robin Sharma is an inspiring tale that provides a step-by-step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance and joy. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life, and the subsequent wisdom that he gains on a life-changing odyssey that enables him to create a life of passion, purpose and peace.
Reveals the inner dilemmas and desires of three male psychotherapists whose different approaches to their practices involve them in various relationships with their patients that go beyond the bounds of the professional. Reprint.
The culinary legend, reflecting on what she and her students have learned throughout the years, presents some of her best recipes for appetizers, desserts, and everything in between - all of which are inspired by the colorful Provencal countryside and the bustle of Parisian life. 100,000 first printing.
A behind-the-scenes story of Armstrong's efforts to achieve his sixth Tour de France victory describes his renewed training efforts after a near loss in 2003, his efforts to rebuild after a divorce, and the competitive factors that particularly challenged his 2004 season. 75,000 first printing.
Provides fans with necessary information about the 2006 World Cup in Germany. This title includes details about several key players, the history of the Cup, the teams to watch, and an interactive component allowing them to keep track of each country's performance.
Expresses the diversity of trends in kitchen design. This book focuses on decor - materials, lighting, colours, and windows - and specifics such as tables, wall units, flooring, appliances, and countertops.
Neurogeneticist Moalem takes us on a trip from prehistory to the forefront of cutting-edge medical research, and through a bedroom or two, to tell the story of how human sexuality has developed over time. This book challenges common perceptions about our bodies and presents astonishing discoveries from the frontiers of science as it traces the transformation of sex across species and through time to its current role in human societies. Find out the answers to such provocative questions as: Can the birth control pill influence the type of men women are attracted to? What do men and honeybees have in common when it comes to sex? When are women most likely to cheat? From the composition and function of human sex organs to the fascinating biochemistry behindsexual attraction, How Sex Works presents captivating new ideas and surprising answers to questions about contraception, fertility, circumcision, menopause, STDs, homosexuality, orgasms, and more.--From publisher description.
Provides advice for men on how to approach women, ask them for dates, and get a positive response, and recounts the author's experiences with women.
A guide to baby names for the 1990s and beyond furnishes a list of multicultural, ethnic, inventive, and traditional names, along with details about origins, meanings, pronunciation keys, and famous people with the name
A homemaking guide for 20- and 30-somethings takes the stigma out of cooking and household chores and provides a host home projects--from great decorating ideas to growing strawberries on a fire escape. Original. 30,000 first printing.
Focuses on what motivates men and provides tips on how women can use that knowledge to get more of what they need out of their relationships, whether it's more help around the house, more of the right kind of attention in the bedroom, more money in the joint bank account, or more truth when it comes to the hard questions.
A culmination of a career spent explaining flight and airplanes. It shows that for centuries people across the world have wrestled with similar fantasies and speculations about flight, and how in the 20th century with the spur of two world wars we moved from open cockpit bi-planes to supersonic jets.
A parenting handbook focuses on children from newborn to age nine and explains how to develop self-esteem and responsibility to help youngsters become confident, morally fit adults.
Chronicling her adventures during the twelve months she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages, scientific research, and lessons from popular culture about how to be happier, the author finds that money can buy happiness, when spent wisely, and that novelty and challenge are powerful sources of happiness.
Argues that some of the most pressing modern challenges--from climate change to poverty--are rooted in mankind's disharmony with nature, presenting a compelling case that the solution lies in our ability to regain a balance with the world around us.