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Designed to become a career-change classic and job hunter's bible, this book contains more than 100 resumes and cover letters written by the world's largest and oldest resume writing company. One reviewer praised the title as "an indespensable tool in an era of downsizing, when research shows that most of us have not one but three distinctly different careers in our working lifetime." Executives, students launching careers, and people changing fields will find useful examples to use in creating resume and cover letters designed to blow doors open and increase salary.
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If your looking for a good way to get started playing blues/jazz improvisation, look no further. Aebersold did a wonderful job making this book/CD set extensive enough for the beginner, but not so extensive that it would bore them with the fine details of playing "improv". What a great set for students who are just learning the basics!
“The solution isn’t to do away with dreaming and positive thinking. Rather, it’s making the most of our fantasies by brushing them up against the very thing most of us are taught to ignore or diminish: the obstacles that stand in our way.”
We humans tend to get in our own way time and time again—whether it comes to not speaking up for ourselves, going back to bad romantic partners, dieting for the umpteenth try, or acting on any of a range of bad habits we just can’t seem to shake. In Rewire, renowned psychotherapist Richard O’Connor, PhD, reveals exactly why our bad habits die so hard. We have two brains—one a thoughtful, conscious, deliberative self, and the other an automatic self that makes most of our decisions without our attention.