Holy F*ck and Sacred Water: The Secret Connections to Everything is bold, cocky, and politically and socially incorrect. It is divinely channeled and imprinted with sacred codes. This book will either have you say “F*ck YES! Or it will piss you off. Or maybe even both.
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A new era has arrived and with that more confusion and fear than ever before. This book reactivates a path of releasing the old so we can co-create a new thriving future together. It contains very raw, vulnerable personal stories, scientific information, ancient wisdom, taboo topics and ‘conspiracy’ theories. This book can help you to understand the importance of purifying your own water and using your passionate fire to live your true potential.
The world’s foremost entrepreneurial coach shows you how to make a mindset shift that opens the door to explosive growth and limitless possibility–in your business and your life.
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Our favorite picks for the month of August.
Creativity isn’t a “nice to have” leadership trait. It’s the key to success in every workplace and all industries. Learn to access yours, now―even if you don’t think you’re a “creative” person.
Have you ever wondered why you’re here? Do you feel like something’s missing? Are you seeking answers, but coming up empty-handed? Are limiting beliefs and self-doubt holding you back? If you want something more for your life, then this book is for you.
Using her songs as a framework, Myrick takes you on a journey from loss, rejection, and self-sabotage to a meaningful life filled with love, acceptance, belonging, and purpose.
In the face of something meaningful, material things don't resonate with us at all. It's the plot of every romance novel. The protagonist will stand out in the rain in front of their beloved's house. It's the story of the inspired artist or the driven scientist. They will skip sleep and miss meals to do something great. It's a damn fine Percy Sledge song.
This is what our journey is about. We are going to dig past what we're told was important and find what's meaningful.
Our favorite picks for the month of July.
Jordan O'Donnell strikes the heart of the American public with his salient debut novel. A disturbingly brilliant satire in the vein of Orwell's Animal Farm, Zoon Garden tells the story of Clarendon Zoo and the dogmatic wolf and sheep tribes that trigger its downfall.
We all get stuck in the challenges and struggles in life. This is the story of a
young man, Jake, who is forced to figure out how to be alive again after a tragic
accident leaves him and his friend dead…only Jake comes back to life. Trying to deal
with his guilt and make sense of the experience he had when his body stopped—yet a part of him continued—Jake struggles to find purpose and meaning in the day to day activities of life and comes close to ending it all again.
Our favorite picks for the month of June.
Psychologist and bestselling author Benjamin Hardy, PhD, debunks the pervasive myths about personality that prevent us from learning—and provides bold strategies for personal transformation.
Richly authentic, deeply personal and highly motivating, Z-isms offers new ways to better ourselves, our experiences and our encounters.
A pearl of wisdom, original wit or personal experience one shares to positively impact as many people as possible; Insights to Live By.
How can you become a better leader? What obstacles stand in your way right now? Do you often feel like you are spending a lot of energy and not seeing the expected results?
Selected Reading on Advocacy and Allyship
Michelle Alexander's book illuminates how America's racial history carries into today's system, with unflinching honesty and deep, detailed research. By examining the racial motives of the War on Drugs, today's prison systems, and standard policing methods, Alexander makes the case that "we have not ended racial caste in America; we have merely redesigned it."
Add a description about this itemIn this “vital, necessary, and beautiful book” (Michael Eric Dyson), antiracist educator Robin DiAngelo deftly illuminates the phenomenon of white fragility and “allows us to understand racism as a practice not restricted to ‘bad people’ (Claudia Rankine).
This innovative and timely guide illustrates how to leverage differences to move beyond unconscious biases, manage a culturally-diverse workplace, create an environment for more tolerant schooling environments, more trusted media, communicate across borders, find and retain diverse talent, and bridge the gap between working locally and expanding globally.
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