Beautifully bound in stylish black cloth, My BUCKETLISTis a funky new journal that invites you to decide what you want to do with your one wild and crazy life by collecting all your dreams & desires in one place. Whether it is to drive down Route 66 in a Cadillac, eat pizza in Naples, ride a zebra or just dance in the rain, this book is buzzing with tips, motivation and everything you need to start your life’s greatest adventures.
Jeff’s quest for the injury-free marathon training program led him to develop group training programs in 1978, and to author Runner’s World articles which have been used by hundreds of thousands of runners of all abilities. His training schedules have inspired he second wave of marathoners who follow the Galloway RUN-WALK-RUN, low mileage, three day, suggestions to an over 98% success rate.
Rites of Passage at $100,000 to $1 Million+ The Insider’s Strategic Guide to Executive Job-Changing is not your typical boring career book. It is an engaging, fun read that has proven effective in matching executive level people with executive level jobs.
Category: BUS037020 Business / Careers / Job Hunting
BUS012000 Business/ Careers / General
BUS030000 Business/ Human Resources & Personnel Management
Direct Hits’ Core Vocabulary focuses on the level 3 and 4 words a student needs to know to achieve a Critical Reading score above a 500. Students learn through learning vocabulary using relevant, vivid, and memorable examples from literature, historic events, contemporary issues, and pop culture.
In the casual style of storytelling to good friends, Sun-Up to Sun-Down reveals a rarely seen look into the personal lives of a diverse set of American entrepreneurs who by one path or another own golf courses. Even though today’s golf industry is truly global, the United States is home to roughly one-half of all the golf courses in the world, as well as roughly one-half of all the golfers in the world. From manufacturing, construction, retail, tourism, service and other broad sectors of the industry, golf has a very important role in the U.S. economy. At the core of the industry are the men and women who own and operate the playing fields, the golf courses.
Best-selling novelist and non-fiction writer Lee Gruenfeld has been entertaining the triathlon world with hilarious essays, in-depth profiles and insightful observations for more than a decade. Now his best writings have been collected into a single volume, Stumbling Towards the Finish Line. This collections will let long-time fans relive their favorite pieces while introducing new readers to his unique voice. Anyone who likes sports – any sports – and great writing will love this assemblage of amusing, penetrating, and often totally off the wall observations.
Anatomy in Black is a sophisticated coffee table book for anatomy lovers. It illustrates the beauty of human anatomy reflected in a contemporary hardback book, created entirely in black and gold. Traditional anatomical imagery is given a new lease of life through modern interpretation in this stylish publication.
The book comprehensively leads the reader through the human body in seven chapters dedicated to each area of the human body. It covers the same level of detail and content with each illustration as a standard academic anatomy book. A thorough evaluation of each anatomical part is conveyed in double page spreads with summary text to put the area in context and explain some of the more complicated anatomical terminology and function for those encountering anatomy for the first time.
Take This Job and Love It! Jim Harbaugh is packed with wonderful stories from Jim Harbaugh’s friends, teammates, and colleagues celebrating an amazing life and career in football.
At the press conference announcing his return to the University of Michigan Jim Harbaugh opened his speech saying: Throughout my life, I have dreamed of coaching at the University of Michigan, now I have the honor to live it.
This is the story of basketball great Clyde Lovellette. He was one of basketball’s all-time triumphs at every level of the game, Clyde Lovellette grew up in difficult circumstances in Terre Haute, Indiana. In high school he was twice named All-State. After graduating high school he headed to Kansas to play for coaching legend Phog Allen where he was three times an All-American and lead the 1952 Jayhawks to a national championship.
Directly following college Clyde went on to win Olympic gold. During his professional career he collected three NBA championship rings. His first championship was with the Minneapolis Lakers and with it he became the first player in history to win an NCAA title, an Olympic gold medal, and an NBA championship. He collected two more championship rings with the Boston Celtics playing behind the great Bill Russell.