See It First: John Endris, Jarem Sawatsky, and Daphne Kapsali

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Business

Exclusive Good Business: An Ethics Workshop by John Endris MBA

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What is your definition of ethics?

What does “business ethics” really mean? Decisions affect everything, and every choice has an impact. Have you ever taken the time to deconstruct how you think and make your decisions? Or analyzed how the people or the groups around you make decisions? Have you ever found yourself struggling to make the “right” decision?

Business is a complex network of people, decisions affect everything and every choice has an impact. Learning ethics theory is key to establishing healthy and productive partnerships at work and also at home. This workbook provides you with proven theory and interactive case studies so you can explore the boundaries of good business in a group or alone.

Health

Dancing with Elephants by Jarem Sawatsky

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How to live life to the fullest in the face of traumatic illness. There are countless guides for those climbing the ladder, caring for the ill, and healing the curable, but what about those of us who are not on the ladder, or curable? How can we flourish?

What do you do when life throws curveballs? Dancing with Elephants is the first book in Jarem Sawatsky’s exploration of a more healing way to face illness. If you like Thich Nhat Hanh, Marianne Williams or Patch Adams, then you’ll love a series that combines their traits in a great mix of humour, reality and mindfulness.

Selfhelp

This Reluctant Yogi by Daphne Kapsali

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“If you roll your eyes at things more than an average person would, this book will be perfect for you.”

Passive-aggressive hamstrings, rude yogis, a frustrated pelvis and coconut oil as the answer to everything: This Reluctant Yogi explores the mysterious world of yoga and the extremes we often go to in the name of spirituality, in a collection of honest, humorous and often irreverent essays that will appeal to all the “cynical optimists” out there.

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6 Comments

  1. Frieda

    I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the authors who have given me free books. I have this unfortunate habit of reading the end before I read the rest of the book. I’ve tried my whole life not to do that but I can’t help myself. I’m told my father did the same thing. He passed away when I was 4 and I figured if he did then I’m good.

  2. Frieda Knight

    I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the authors who have given me free books. I have this unfortunate habit of reading the end before I read the rest of the book. I’ve tried my whole life not to do that but I can’t help myself. I’m told my father did the same thing. He passed away when I was 4 and I figured if he did then I’m good.

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