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Ask any small business owner if they wish they had the wisdom and knowledge they have today when they were first starting out and the answer will absolutely be "Yes!"

In a world of limitless resources available both online and in person, where does the prospective business owner begin? What if the thought of determining a revenue goal or profit and loss statement feels insurmountable? (Right-brained creatives raise your hand.) How does anyone make time for family and a career, much less their own enterprise?

#Create is the guide every entrepreneur - or parentpreneur - needs to start and scale their small business, define goals and live a more fulfilling life as an individual or parent. More than a manual, #Create is a holistic account that reaches beyond its borders to inspire and empower creative proprietors to tackle the unknown one step at a time.

Danielle LeFebvre is an accomplished professional photographer of twelve years who got her start as an architectural designer. She's the grateful and proud owner of a successful portrait and wedding business in Rhode Island. Danielle is a wife and mother with a refreshing and authentic voice on overcoming fear, improving self-worth and measuring (financial and emotional) success.

In #Create, Danielle balances life experiences and advice with numerous resources and tools to grow a small business profitably, identify a target customer base, market meaningfully and achieve work life balance.

"When we say we want to have more 'work-life balance, ' what we really mean is we want to feel like we're making progress. We want to feel more accomplished and less stressed at the end of the day."

Entrepreneurs looking to get started need not look further. #Create is the toolbox every professional needs to build something wonderful.

In this book you will learn:

- How to change your mindset and overcome your barriers to create success and wealth in life and business

- How to find meaning and joy in your work

- How to set a revenue goal and achieve your desired income

- How to create a business plan, a marketing plan and a plan for financial sustainability

- How to navigate the various social media platforms and get started with Facebook Ads

- How to market your business and create a brand that resonates with your ideal client

- How to have success in sales

- How to practice self-care and balance your time as both a parent and an entrepreneur

10% Happier Revised Edition: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works--A True Story (USED)

10% Happier Revised Edition: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works--A True Story (USED)

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I wrote a memoir about a fidgety, skeptical newsman who reluctantly becomes a meditator to deal with his issues - and in the process of publishing it, I occasionally, to my embarrassment, found myself failing to practice what I preach. I was kind of like a dog that soils the rug, and the universe kept shoving my face into it.

In 2014, Dan Harris published his memoir 10% Happier. The book--which describes his reluctant embrace of meditation after a drug problem, an on-air freak-out, and an unplanned spiritual journey--became an instant bestseller and Dan, to his own surprise, became a public evangelist for mindfulness. Hoist on My Own Petard is the story of what happens to Dan Harris after the runaway success of his memoir and the lessons he had to (re)learn in the process.

1001 Ways to be Romantic (USED)

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32 Third Graders and One Class Bunny (USED)

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A Big New Free Happy Unusual Life (USED)

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A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows Through Loss (USED)

A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows Through Loss (USED)

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With vulnerability and honesty, Jerry Sittser walks through his own grief and loss to show that new life is possible--one marked by spiritual depth, joy, compassion, and a deeper appreciation of simple blessings.

Loss came suddenly for Jerry Sittser. In an instant, a tragic car accident claimed three generations of his family: his mother, his wife, and his young daughter. While most of us will not experience such a catastrophic loss in our lifetime, all of us will taste it. And we can, if we choose, know the grace that transforms it.

Whether your suffering has come in the form of short-term illness, chronic illness, disability, divorce, rape, emotional abuse, physical or sexual abuse, chronic unemployment, crushing disappointment, mental illness, or the loss of someone you love, Sittser will help you put your thoughts into words in a way that will guide you deeper into your own healing process.

A Grace Disguised plumbs the depths of our sorrows, asks questions many people are afraid to ask, and provides hope in its answers:

  • Will the pain ever subside?
  • Will my life ever be good again?
  • Will the depression ever lift?
  • Will I ever overcome the bitterness I feel?
  • What is God's plan in all of this?
  • The circumstances are not important; what we do with those circumstances is. In coming to the end of ourselves, we can come to the beginning of a new life.

    A Love Like Ours (USED)

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    A Miscellany of Artists' Wisdom (USED)

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    A Return to Civility and a Path to Get There; An Exploration of Responsibility, Accountability, and Compassion (USED)

    A Return to Civility and a Path to Get There; An Exploration of Responsibility, Accountability, and Compassion

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    "Having just watched the first presidential debate, the level of civility in the United States has sunk lower than we ever thought possible. This book, therefore, couldn't come at a better time. Through examples from his own life as a professional drummer, Tai Chi practitioner, father, and therapist; as well of the life's of the famous and infamous, David Medeiros not only reminds us how important the qualities of responsibility, accountability, compassion, and civility are but also provides clear guidelines for achieving them." -Richard Schwartz, Ph.D. Founder and Developer of the Internal Family Systems Model of psychotherapy

    "Since David began working with us almost ten years ago, he has saved many young people's lives. This book is a reflection of his influences and integration of models of psychotherapy, the performance arts, real life experiences, and relevance of universal truths." -Dorothy Jungels and Aaron Jungels, Co-Founding Artistic Directors, Everett: Company, Stage & School

    We, as a nation, are experiencing one of the most openly divisive times in our countries history. How did we get here, why are we languishing here, and what can we, as individuals, do about it? More than we think.

    Through self-reflection and a recommitment to a sense of responsibility we can, on an individual and collective level, get back on a path towards civility. Some of the paths described in this book may surprise you, and one of them, the Internal Family Systems Model, can provide a clear, practical, and elegant framework that we can apply to ourselves and our actions, and improve the way we relate to and acknowledge the dignity and humanity of others.

    David Medeiros was a musician for 20 years and inducted into the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame as a drummer. Currently, he is a Clinical Social Worker/psychotherapist in private practice. Areas of specialization and training include Complex and Developmental Trauma, Threat Assessment and Risk Management, integrated with models such as Internal Family Systems, and EMDR. In addition, he is proud to be involved with the Everett: Company, where he collaborated on the development of Good Grief; an exploration, through the lens of performance arts and Internal Family Systems, on how trauma is encoded, embodied, and experienced.

    Active Wellness (USED)

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