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The Art and Science of Results

What is The Missing Secret to Achieving Your Goals? In this fascinating, mind stretching and empowering new book, bestselling author Dr. Joe Vitale, one of the stars of the hit movie The Secret, provides the surprising answers for achieving your goals faster than ever―even the biggest goals you can imagine!

Secrets of Self-Mastery

In Secrets of Self-Mastery, Mitch Horowitz, one of today’s most literate voices of self-help and practical spirituality, produces a powerful and immensely useful guide to heightening your persuasiveness, abilities, business acumen, charisma, and overall ability to attract backing, money, customers, and clients.

The Politically Incorrect Success System

The cancer of political correctness has not only helped to form a society of insincere, oversensitive, and under-achieving people-it has deprived individuals from the joy of living authentically and boldly. Well, living authentically and boldly has never been a problem for Larry Winget. 

From Loving One to One Love: Transforming Relationships Through a Course In Miracles

Relationships give us some of our best moments… and also our worst. It’s no wonder we’re so preoccupied with them….Typically, relationships are special arrangements made between two people. A Course in Miracles takes a radically different approach. It teaches that relationships are the classrooms in which we learn to awaken to our true nature, which is only love.


In this entrepreneurial age, it’s very tempting to leave your job to start your own business. Before you do, learn all you can from the best. This book is just that.


In Sell!: The Way Your Customers Want to Buy, Dale Carnegie Training shares the REAL modern sales cycle–one that depends on your ability to influence more than just one buyer, understand what today’s customers want from you (and don’t want), and use time tested human relations principles that will help you strengthen relationships anywhere in the global economy. 

12 Power Principles for Success

12 Power Principles for Success teaches in depth the principles and mind-sets you must master to ensure you’re always ahead on the scoreboard of life.

Master Successful Personal Habits

What will your legacy be? What lasting imprint do you want to make on the world? With this classic collection of success ideas from Zig Ziglar, you won’t leave your legacy to chance. 

New Paperback Releases

8 Ways to Declutter Your Brain

In this revolutionary new book, edu-tainer, speaker, and author Theresa Puskar sheds light on the incessant mind chatter that clutters your brain and uncovers the myriad of traps your ego sets to deplete your energy and keep you conflicted, confused and running.

Sales Magic

Kerry Johnson reveals the hidden and subliminal techniques that top sales Professionals unconsciously use and how you can master these simple
but profound techniques by using NLP (Neuro-Linguistic
Programming), a series of powerful discoveries about behavior,
communication and trust. You will learn how to speak the language of
how your prospect thinks.

The Joy Of Living

This is a cheerful and optimistic book on the pleasures to be found every day. Intended for those seeking the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, the author points out that you should find the jewels strewn along the way instead.

The Master Key to Power

Newly abridged and introduced by PEN Award-winning historian and New Thought writer Mitch Horowitz, these five condensed classics provide you with all the elements and principles of power, which you can put into use right now to create a better, more dynamic self.

The Key to Prosperity

DR. ORISON SWETT MARDEN was an American inspirational author who founded Success Magazine in 1897. His writings focus on common-sense principles for achieving success while still enjoying a well-rounded life. Many of his ideas are based on New Thought philosophy. Marden bridged the gap between the old notion of success made popular by authors such as Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie, Norman Vincent Peale and today’s authors like Stephen R. Covey and Brian Tracy.

Escape From Iran

This is the story of the dramatic rescue and emigration of thousands of Iranian Jewish students to America, and the miraculous rebirth of an ancient civilization in a brand new world.


What To Do When The Bubble Pops

Harry Dent has been predicting for some time that we are about to enter a prolonged downturn, one that will be looked at by historians as a classic economic depression, due to demographic factors…He believes that the Fed cannot keep the bubble from popping much longer – and when it does pop, every individual will need to be prepared for a period he calls an “economic winter”. In this book, you’ll learn the personal and business strategies that will be essential to protect and preserve your assets and the few areas of the economy that will still do well during this winter period.

The Truth In Network Marketing

Network marketing, if done correctly, is the best business model that will produce a win-win situation for all those involved… Finally, success in network marketing is about growing as a person and understanding what one must do to achieve their goals. In this book there is a wealth of information for all involved in network marketing that can be the missing piece to your success.

How To Attract Money

Joseph Murphy’s most powerful program for visualizing faculties of thought to attain the life you want.

The Secrets of Successful Selling Habits

Nobody can make a career in selling sound better than Zig Ziglar can. That’s because he sincerely believes in his product. When he tells you it’s the best career known to man, he really believes it. Once you’ve experienced this inspiring presentation from Zig Ziglar, you will too!

Positive Attitude Training

Change self-defeating attitudes into self-affirmations. Finally, you’ll learn to think of building positive attitudes the way you would think of building your physical strength, and you’ll soon begin seeing and feeling the results


Blindsided is a blow-by-blow account of how a lone attorney challenged a dangerous threat to public health….and how the defenders never saw defeat coming. It’s a real life David and Goliath story―a true courtroom drama for the ages.

77 Best Practices In Negotiation

There is a lot of room for creativity in negotiating, but few folks pay attention to the possibilities. You need LOTS of tools, techniques, strategies, ploys, feints, and bluffs in order to come out on top. That’s why expert negotiator Dr. Gary Goodman has provided you with no fewer than 77 Best Practices!

The Power of Faith

The Power of Faith is one of the earliest and most profoundly practical works to come from the Rev. Norman Vincent Peale, author of The Power of Positive Thinking. Written in 1940,The Power of Faith describes in simple, clear terms how to harness the extraordinary energies of prayer, reflection, faith, and religious insight to revolutionize your life in the areas of relationships, business, self-image, healing, guilt, peace of mind, and purpose.

Be Your Own Boss

In Be Your Own Boss: How to Prosper in the Coming Entrepreneurial Decade, Harry Dent wants to encourage you to start your own business in the best way suited for you.

How to Get Paid Far More Than Your Worth!

Businesses are holding on to money in record numbers. Here’s how to get employers and business owners to share some of it with you.

Powerful Mindset

At the turn of the 20th century New Thought proponents sought to use mysticism to unleash the forces of the universe in themselves. WILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON was one of the most influential thinkers of this early “New Age” philosophy.

12 Years A Slave

This harrowing true story of Solomon Northup was the basis for the Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave. In it, he takes the reader on an unforgettable journey from the slave markets in Washington, D.C., and New Orleans to the major cotton and sugar plantations in Louisiana.

The Souls of Black Folk

This classic groundbreaking work of American literature first published in 1903 is a cornerstone of African-American literary history and a seminal work in the field of sociology.

A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens’ timeless classic, A Christmas Carol, is a beloved tale, which has captivated generations of readers for over 150 years.

The Call Of The Wild

This beloved classic tells the story of Buck, a kind-hearted dog suddenly uprooted from his California home and transplanted to the exotic wilds of Alaska during the 1890s Yukon Gold Rush. Enslaved and forced to pull a heavy sled through miles and miles of frozen ice with little or nothing to eat and frequent beatings, Buck regresses into a primitive form of himself, which allows him to survive the harsh conditions and dangerous environment. He quickly learns the rules of the wild and fights for, and wins, his place as the leader of the team. When new incompetent drivers take over the sled, a kind man named John Thornton rescues Buck from this life of cruelty and certain death.

Little Women

This unabridged top quality edition of the beloved classic, Little Women, is a portrait of nineteenth-century family life that has been read by young and old for generations. It is the story of four sisters―Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March, and details their passage from childhood to womanhood as they defy society’s expectations.


This beautifully designed original edition of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, twice released as a major motion picture, is about a spoiled, precocious, headstrong young woman, Emma Woodhouse, who is blind to the dangers of meddling in other people’s lives. Set in Regency England in the early nineteenth century, Emma lives with her wealthy, kindly, yet eccentric father who is quite the hypochondriac. Lovable, beautiful, wealthy and smart, Emma enjoys matchmaking and believes that she can determine people’s emotions and whom they love simply by watching them. Unfortunately, she is also a spoiled, meddlesome snob and not at all good at arranging marriages. Her rich imagination and mistaken perceptions lead her astray in this playful comedy of manners which highlights England’s country society and their obsession with social distinctions as well as the dependence of women on marriage at that time to secure their class rank and economic security.