Outsizing by Steve Coughran

Outsizing: Strategies to Grow Your Business, Profits, and Potential by Steve Coughran
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.4 MB
Overview: Do you want to grow your business? In the past, have you struggled to realize the desired outcomes of your strategy? Do you feel that you’re making all the right business moves but are still coming up short? In Outsizing, author Steve Coughran assembles decades of research, hundreds of interviews, and multi-industry consulting experience to identify the strategic factors that dictate the difference between exorbitant success and bankruptcy. This helpful guidebook walks you through crafting and implementing proven strategies to outgrow your limitations to achieve extraordinary results. Outsizing uniquely combines the principles of strategy, innovation, and finance into a comprehensive framework for generating value.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Art & Design in Photoshop by Steve Caplin

Art & Design in Photoshop by Steve Caplin
Requirements: .PDF reader, 48,1 MB
Overview: In this unique book, acclaimed master of photomontage and visual trickery Steve Caplin shows you how to stretch your creative boundaries. Taking the same tried-and-tested practical approach as his best selling How to Cheat in Photoshop titles, Steve’s step-by-step instructions recreate a dazzling and diverse array of fabulous design effects. You’ll learn how to design everything from wine labels to sushi cartons, from certificates to iPod advertising, from textbooks to pulp fiction. Written by a working pro, the clear guidelines pinpoint exactly what you need to know: how to get slick-looking results with minimum fuss, with a 16-page Photoshop Reference chapter that provides an at-a-glance guide to Photoshop tools and techniques for less experienced users. Steve explains both typography and the design process in a clear, informative and entertaining way.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Unapologetically You by Steve Maraboli +

Unapologetically You by Steve Maraboli (Maraboli Book III)
Requirements: .ePUB, .MOBI/.AZW reader, 1.6MB
Overview: For over two decades, Steve Maraboli has captivated audiences worldwide. From the fields of Business to Behavioral Science to Social Philosophy, Steve lends his popular voice to various topics. His quotes, reflections, poetry, musings, and ramblings have entertained, inspired, and empowered millions across the globe in over 25 languages.

Many eye and heart opening moments in this collection of thoughts. With millions of copies shared globally, this book reflects Steve’s confidence in his own skin and willingness to share his unapologetic truth about happiness, success, spirituality, and life.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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The Startup Equation by Steve Fisher, Ja-Nae Duane

The Startup Equation: A Visual Guidebook to Building Your Startup by Steve Fisher, Ja-Nae Duane
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 15.7 Mb
Overview: You have a great idea for a new business. Now what? How do you turn that great idea into a viable business? Leveraging visual tools, The Startup Equation leads you step by step through the decisions you need to make to find your perfect startup model. You’ll learn things such as identifying your unique entrepreneurial type, creating a great product, building a great team, finding funding and scaling in addition to other elements essential to crafting a roadmap that fits you and your business.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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The Startup Equation by Steve Fisher, Ja-Nae Duane

The Startup Equation: A Visual Guidebook to Building Your Startup by Steve Fisher, Ja-Nae Duane
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 15.7 Mb
Overview: You have a great idea for a new business. Now what? How do you turn that great idea into a viable business? Leveraging visual tools, The Startup Equation leads you step by step through the decisions you need to make to find your perfect startup model. You’ll learn things such as identifying your unique entrepreneurial type, creating a great product, building a great team, finding funding and scaling in addition to other elements essential to crafting a roadmap that fits you and your business.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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The Startup Equation by Steve Fisher, Ja-Nae Duane

The Startup Equation: A Visual Guidebook to Building Your Startup by Steve Fisher, Ja-Nae Duane
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 15.7 Mb
Overview: You have a great idea for a new business. Now what? How do you turn that great idea into a viable business? Leveraging visual tools, The Startup Equation leads you step by step through the decisions you need to make to find your perfect startup model. You’ll learn things such as identifying your unique entrepreneurial type, creating a great product, building a great team, finding funding and scaling in addition to other elements essential to crafting a roadmap that fits you and your business.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Cheesecakes To-Die-For by Steve McQueen

Cheesecakes To-Die-For by Steve McQueen
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2 MB
Overview: Is there anyone who doesn’t relish the creamy delight of cheesecake? In this latest dessert recipe book, Steve takes you and your taste buds on a mouthwatering dessert journey of over 40 cheesecake recipes to die for! Who can resist the rich, creamy, melt-in-your-mouth bliss of cheesecake? In addition to ingredients lists and cooking instructions for each recipe, he has also included tidbits of information to help you in your baking journey.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Food & Drink

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The Science of Running by Steve Magness

The Science of Running: How to find your limit and train to maximize your performance by Steve Magness
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.8 Mb
Overview: If you are looking for how to finish your first 5k, this book isn’t for you. The Science of Running is written for those of us looking to maximize our performance, get as close to our limits as possible, and more than anything find out how good we can be, or how good our athletes can be. In The Science of Running, elite coach and exercise physiologist Steve Magness integrates the latest research with the training processes of the world’s best runners, to deliver an in depth look at how to maximize your performance.

It is a unique book that conquers both the scientific and practical points of running in two different sections. The first is aimed at identifying what limits running performance from a scientific standpoint. You will take a tour through the inside of the body, learning what causes fatigue, how we produce energy to run, and how the brain functions to hold you back from super-human performance. In section two, we turn to the practical application of this information and focus on the process of training to achieve your goals. You will learn how to develop training plans and to look at training in a completely different way.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Steve Chou Create A Profitable Online Store Video Tutorial + Supplemental eBooks and Worksheets

High Performance Trading by Steve Ward

High Performance Trading: 35 Practical Strategies and Techniques to Enhance Your Trading Psychology and Performance by Steve Ward
Requirements: – ePUB reader, 431 KB
Overview: High Performance Trading provides proven practical techniques and strategies to help traders of all abilities, experience levels and styles to enhance their trading performance and psychology.
Based on practical coaching and training interventions, personal experiences, the latest research and feedback, and advice from leading traders, trading coaches and trading psychologists, this book offers something for everyone who wants to become a better trader.
– Discover how to avoid the common pitfalls of trading and how to take the practical steps that can set you up for trading success.
– Strengthen your trading discipline as you discover the art of flawless execution.
– Develop and hone your mental edge through learning to think like a successful trader.
– Programme yourself for trading success with powerful mental conditioning techniques.
– Develop unshakeable focus and concentration and learn how to get into the trading zone.
– Understand how to achieve and sustain a core of trading confidence.
– Learn how to utilise simple techniques to manage your emotional states.
– Build resilience to cope with trading stresses, and pressures and manage losses, setbacks and errors.
– Move towards greater consistency and success in your trading performance.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Steve Cotter – Mastering the Pistol

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Gunship Over Angola by Steve Joubert

Gunship Over Angola: The Story of a Maverick Pilot by Steve Joubert
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.4 MB
Overview: Growing up in suburban Pretoria, Steve Joubert dreamed of a career as a pilot. After undergoing SAAF pilot training, a freak injury put an end to his hopes of flying fighter jets. Instead he learned to fly the versatile Alouette helicopter.

He had barely qualified as a chopper pilot when he was sent to the Border, where he flew missions over Namibia and southern Angola to supply air cover to troops on the ground. As a gunship pilot, Steve saw some of the worst scenes of war, often arriving first on the scene after a contact or landmine attack.

He also recalls the lighter moments of military life, as well as the thrill of flying. A born maverick, his lack of respect for authority often got him into trouble with his superiors.

His experiences affected him deeply, and led him eventually to question his role in the war effort. As the Border War escalated, his disillusionment grew. This gripping memoir is a powerful plea for healing and understanding.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Who Was Steve Irwin? (Who Was/Is…?) by Dina Anastasio

Who Was Steve Irwin? (Who Was/Is…?) by Dina Anastasio
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 52MB
Overview: Steve Irwin did not have a typical childhood. Born in Melbourne, Australia, on February 22, 1962, he was raised on the wildlife park his parents owned. He cared for the animals and especially loved reptiles–he got a python for his sixth birthday! At nine years old, Steve was already helping his father wrestle small crocodiles. He became a crocodile trapper after graduating high school, catching the creatures before dangerous poachers could. Steve met his wife, Terri, at his family’s park, and instead of a honeymoon, the pair filmed a wildlife documentary that led to the creation of the well-known series The Crocodile Hunter. Tragically, Steve was killed on September 4, 2006 while filming a documentary when a stingray attacked, piercing his heart. He was forty-four years old. However, his life’s work obviously still strikes a chord with kids who voted him the winner of the 100th Who Was…? title.
Genre: Nonfiction > Biography | Children

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A Journalism of Humanity by Steve Weinberg

A Journalism of Humanity: A Candid History of the World’s First Journalism School by Steve Weinberg
Requirements: .PDF reader, 1.6 Mb
Overview: It might seem unlikely that a midwestern university located far from national media centers would be home to the world’s first journalism school, but the University of Missouri holds that distinction. Now celebrating its centennial, the School of Journalism, founded by a newsman who lacked a college education, is regarded as one of the highest-rated in the world.

Steve Weinberg, an alumnus and investigative reporter who returned to teach at Missouri, now covers-and uncovers-the many-faceted history of its School of Journalism, from the days of Walter Williams through the Dean Mills era. A Journalism of Humanity balances the dynamics of the university that set the school’s course with the external forces that shaped journalism and society. True to journalism, it reveals the school’s flaws as well as its virtues.

Bringing his investigative expertise to bear, Weinberg tells the school’s complex story through thematic chapters. He draws on internal documents and correspondence to uncover the politics of the school from its founding to the present-the struggles over resources as well as the constant battle to balance scholarly ambitions with professional mission. In the course of his chronicle, he depicts an institution ahead of its time in professional education but often lagging in dealing with social issues such as race and gender.

Weinberg’s account embraces faculty and staff members, students and alumni, supporters and detractors, as it covers all professional sequences taught at the school. It captures the freewheeling debate that has been a hallmark of the school and includes the perspectives of women, blacks, and gays, who all too often were marginalized. It also incorporates a wealth of insider detail, from a typical day at the school during the Williams era to tales of the “Missouri Mafia.”

Key players, significant programs, legal and ethical battles-all are covered in a candid history that makes captivating reading for those associated with the school or for anyone interested in the development of journalism education. A Journalism of Humanity is a story as big as its subject that looks back on a trailblazing century and forward toward a continuing dedication to journalistic excellence.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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