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📒Stuff Matters ✍ Mark Miodownik
📝Stuff Matters Book Synopsis : A world-leading materials scientist presents an engrossing collection of stories that explain the science and history of materials, from the plastic in our appliances to the elastic in our underpants, revealing the miracles of engineering that seep into our everyday lives. 25,000 first printing.
📒Stuff Matters Genius Risk And The Secret Of Capitalism ✍ Harry Bingham
📝Stuff Matters Genius Risk and the Secret of Capitalism Book Synopsis : A counter-blast to the bashing of capitalism and a fresh and bold re-evaluation of the fundamentals that turn genius into hard currency.
📒Why Stuff Matters ✍ Jen Waldo
📝Why Stuff Matters Book Synopsis : When Jessica, a grieving widow, inherits an antique mall from her mother she also inherits the stallholders, an elderly, amoral, acquisitive, and paranoid collection.When one of the vendors, a wily ex-con named Roxy, shoots her ex-husband, she calls on Jessica to help bury the body and soon Jessica is embroiled in cover-ups, lies, and misdirection. Into this mix comes Lizzie, Jessica's late husband's twelve-year-old daughter by his first marriage, who's been dumped on Jessica's doorstep by the child's self-absorbed mother and it soon becomes apparent that Lizzie is as obsessed with material possessions as Jessica's elderly tenants.Why Stuff Matters is a compelling ode to possession, why people like things and the curious lengths they will go to keep them. Returning to her fictional Caprock, Waldo turns her wry wit on the lives of those afraid to let go.
📒The Little Stuff Matters Most ✍ Bernie Brillstein
📝The Little Stuff Matters Most Book Synopsis : A noted Hollywood manager and producer draws on his own fifty-year career to provide fifty important lessons, insights, words of wisdom, and rules that can be applied to the business world, including such memorable tips as "Don't pet the snakes," "Have an opinion, even if it's wrong," "It's all lies, and that's the truth," and "Know the difference between hot and good." 50,000 first printing
📒Napkin Sense ✍ Eric Whitaker
📝Napkin Sense Book Synopsis : “Divine perspective,” “raw,” “real,” and “impacting” all might describe the author’s gift. Imagery through his storytelling allows Bible characters to come alive. Perhaps some of these descriptions, if not all, describe author, Eric Whitaker. He explores twelve life issues about stuff that matters. In Napkin 1, he begins with “getting real.” Travel with him on this fourteen-year journey as he delves into these relevant issues. Our dreams, identity, legacy, wounds, worship, ministry, grace, and the journey are explored. In Napkin 12, he revisits the topic of love. Be challenged in this unique workbook to become a world changer, in which we are admonished as “common people to do uncommon things.” The author believes a God-breathed truth with a simple yet revealing catchphrase will simplify our ability to be a world changer as we give glory to God, not man ... and we will change our world! taggnapkinsense.info
📒What S What On Stuff That Matters ✍ Humza Aamir
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📒Girlology ✍ Melisa Holmes, M.D.
📝Girlology Book Synopsis : Presents straight talk about friendships, parents, sexuality, teen relationships, media influences, and values to empower girls to build confidence, understand their bodies, and envision their potential.
📒Real Life 101 ✍ Derek Avdul
📝Real Life 101 Book Synopsis : Real Life 101: A Guide To Stuff That Actually Matter is an easy-to-understand book for life in the real world. It teaches adults how to make smart, informed decisions on everyday living issues such as: renting an apartment, budgeting, moving, buying or leasing a car, understanding healthcare, and organizing personal finances.
📒Stuff That Matters ✍ James G Watt
📝Stuff That Matters Book Synopsis : "Dad, tell us the story about... Our kids don't remember it." So I started writing down the stories about the incidents of my life that have impacted me, made a difference - that have value: A legacy, not of goods or money, but of influence and of principles for life that have transferable value, the stuff that matters. Some of you reading these random, short stories are not directly related; some of you will have heard a few of them in one form or other - or are the subject of them. I make no apology. Some of you were there when they happened and some of you never knew it mattered to me. I want all you kids to know that great moments and valued experiences don't come from the complexities of life and sophisticated education, but from simple truths and day to day experiences - the ah-ha's of life. Or as your mother would say, the holy moments: the insightful times in our lives when we should say, Selah, that Hebrew word we find in the Bible, that means stop and pause and think on these things you have just read. This book is about the Selah moments in my life plus a few other incidents, stories and fun times - stuff that matters. James G. Watt - has lived a full life as Husband -'57; Father - '60; Christian - '64; and Grandfather - '82. He was born ('38) and raised in small rural Wyoming towns and educated at the University of Wyoming (BS '60, JD '62). His professional career included a host of US Government positions starting with a United States Senator from Wyoming and ended as President Ronald Reagan's first Secretary of the Interior. He practiced public interest law, started two public companies, was a consultant, professor, professional speaker and now teaches Sunday School and leads men's Bible study groups.