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AFTER COLLEGE: NOW WHAT DO I DO?
by David F. Cox
(ISBN 0-938609-49-1)

This is primarily for college graduates who, upon receiving their degree, are not sure of what they truly want to do with their lives. It also contains valuable information for a variety of other groups high school students; working people who are unhappy in their chosen career and are considering a change; and parents, teachers, guidance counselors and anyone else concerned with helping someone to find their place in the working world. 

 


BE A LEADER! LEARN LEADERSHIP SKILLS FROM AMERICA'S GREATEST PRESIDENTS
by Dr. Ron Felber

The basic tenets of character-based leadership are time-proven over generations. In order to demonstrate their importance, Dr. Ron Felber, president of a major manufacturing company and author of eight books, examines six of America's greatest presidents--Lincoln, Kennedy, Franklin Roosevelt, Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan---walks the reader through each leader's moment of greatest challenge then crystallizes the essence of the unique leadership they exercised in concrete lessons. Once a person studies Be A Leader's time-proven, character-based leadership tenets, he or she will never forget them!

 


BUILD YOUR VOCABULARY SKILLS!
A Quick and Easy Method
by John LaCarna 
(ISBN 0-938609-48-3)

This book is for those who want to increase their English vocabulary as quickly and easily as possible. The focus is on expansion of recognition vocabulary words that the reader can understand. This is a must for anyone trying to learn and retain the meaning of words most likely to be encountered in reading and on various psychological, academic and professional tests.

 


CAREER DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE SCHOOLS
Creating Positive Outcomes in the Community
by Rob Wall, Ph.D. 
(ISBN 0-938609-65-3)

This book was written to help young people grow to be productive and satisfied adults. It is intended for a wide audience, including those just entering their teen years, and their parents, mentors, coaches, and employers. It is divided into four parts. The first is for middle school students as it serves to prepare them for their teenage years and high-school. Part two is for parents and teachers, reminding them of their own youth and urging them to do their part to contribute to the productive growth of their charges. The third part encourages employers to take a active, significant role in the education of our young people. The final section presents a successful learning model from a private vocational school.

 


IMPROVE YOUR ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
by Sino Chika 
(ISBN 0-938609-52-1)

The primary purpose of this book is to help the reader avoid the most common mistakes made when speaking and writing in English. It offers clear explanations of why errors are errors and provides simple methods for correcting them. This is a comprehensive guide for anyone who would like to improve his or her speaking and writing skills significantly.

 


SPEED-READING, SPEED-LEARNING
by Dennis Brooks
(ISBN 0-938609-63-7)

This is a book to help everyone, no matter how fast they currently read, to significantly increase their reading speed. With the lessons presented here, those with a present reading rate of 400 words per minute can increase to a rate of 1000 words per minute. The lessons provide the practice needed to increase concentration and retrain the brain. This book is designed for students and non-students to work on their own and teach themselves.

 


WORKING TO BECOME AN ADULT: DIVERSE PRACTICES, INITIATIONS AND RITES
by Richard L. Sartore 
(ISBN 0-938609-08-4)

A fascinating, practical and clearly presented book to help guide young people through the confusing  and troublesome steps to adulthood. The theme throughout is that personal development, careers and  adulthood all require maturity, which can take many different forms.

 


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