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Thoughts Of An Average Joe

Author : Brian Daniels
ISBN : 1939017262
Genre : Humor
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In 2009, author Brian Daniels created Joe Wright—a clueless, middle-aged, thick-around-the-middle man who is hopelessly stuck in the twentieth century. Thoughts of an Average Joe is the hilarious ramblings of a man whose commentaries voice the confusion and angst of a simple, old dude trying to make sense of life in the modern world. In this book, Joe expresses his thoughts about the many issues that confuse or annoy him in “I’m Not Ready for the Wireless World,” “Poachers Are Not Hunters,” and “I’m Comfortable in My Old Skin.” You’ll get to know Joe, his beloved northern New England hometown—Smalltown, his fascinating friends and family members, Dan’s Market, Small-Mart, Blake’s Esso Station, and the Smalltown News. He hopes his stories will bring a smile to your face and warm your heart.

Average Joe To Speaking Pro

Author : Bill Haubrich
ISBN : 9781300402824
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Average Joe

Author : Robert Hickman
ISBN : 9781616633257
Genre : Fiction
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Do you ever find yourself shouting at the television as you listen to a politician spout ideas you know are unsound? Joe Blankenship has been doing that more and more often over the past several years, and it's his belief that someone needs to step forward and represent sound ideals for the community. Then one day, an idea presents itself: What if that someone was me? Join authors Robert Hickman and Susanna Hickman Bartee as they introduce you to Average Joe's everyman Joe Blankenship—a retired, small-town American rancher who decides to speak up and run for office just to see if the establishment will listen. Joe is no political expert, and not even his own family expects his campaign to last long. But when he begins giving speeches about how the government ought to be held to the same standards as private citizens and businesses, his message resounds with just enough people—and support—to keep him going. He may always be just an Average Joe, but it turns out that might be exactly who his community has been looking for.

Don T Be An Average Joe Direction

Author : Joseph Simmons
ISBN : 9781504341233
Genre : Self-Help
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Have you ever wondered why are you here? Have you ever wanted to know so desperately why everyone else seems to understand life, and why you just couldn’t seem to get it? It may just seem like everyone else finds their purpose(s), and you can’t. Does it sometimes feel like you are trying everything you possibly can, and no matter how perfect a situation, in your life-experience, seems to be, there is always something missing? If these questions have ever crossed your mind, this book is for you. This book explains how you can obtain everything you have EVER DESIRED. Better still, it teaches you application and execution of these tools, as well. Applied in everything from your business or personal life- experience, this guide is the first in a series to break ground for self-expansion in a way that you never knew were available to you. For example, picture yourself as you have always desired yourself to be. If you are ready to do whatever it takes to obtain that reality, look no further! This universe is your canvas, this guide is the road map to your Mona Lisa that is your life. As the author I can tell you, the life lessons, experiences, and transformations that ARE taking place inside you, even as you are currently reading this passage, cannot be taught in a textbook. This series IS my life-experience, and how I changed it, to be exactly what I have always DREAMED, and had no idea was truly possible from whence I came! I ASSURE you, I couldn’t have been further from the truth! So I’ll see you in there!

Overcoming Depression And Anxiety For The Average Joe

Author : Jeff Fredericks
ISBN : 9781450071000
Genre : Self-Help
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Book Summary (Web Site) Overcoming Depression and Anxiety for the average Joe is about how author Jeff Fredericks did just that. He draws from his personal experiences and insights to identify traits, behaviors, and illusions created in childhood and how they can effect the present. He also then shares the navigation skills he developed to deal with them. He writes a story that starts with his humble beginnings to the dark time in his life, then to the now. Jeff hopes to help others by sharing his story with them. the book opens with the evening of his breakdown. He then flashes back to the past to explain things leading up to that point. From there he takes us through the work he did in therapy and the discoveries he makes along the way to his full recovery.

Just An Average Joe

Author : Joe Gonzalez
ISBN : 9781413490381
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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I have toyed and struggled with the thought of compiling this book for a long time; almost 35 years, in fact. Since graduating from West Point in 1974, I have visited over forty countries in my military and business career. Everywhere I've been I have looked for articles or stories that I could include in this book. Many short stories came from friends and sources marked -Unknown.' This book is dedicated to young people everywhere and written for their benefit. I realize that many young people today would rather buy a CD or DVD rather than a guidebook or an owner's manual- a book about how to improve their lives from just an average Joe. Some young people will only get this book if a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle or probation officer gives it to them as a gift. I hope it is a gift worth keeping and sharing. Today, young people struggle with finding good examples of role models. My first role model was David Cortez while attending Rhodes Junior High School in San Antonio, Texas. David was a ninth grader and our Student Council President. He helped me with my successful political' campaign to be the next Student Council Secretary. I thought David walked on water.' David came from a strong family. He was smart, athletic, and good-looking. He had a beautiful girlfriend. David's story has a sad ending. He went on to Jefferson High, where he also excelled. He married his girlfriend- the girl of his dreams. A few years later, she tragically died in a car accident. Not much later in life, David, still a widower, died of a mysterious illness, leaving behind two young daughters. Parents should be their own kids' role models, but sometimes we, too, fall short of setting the good example for our kids. Parents lose credibility and respect because, from their kids' perspective, it seems like we were never young and rebellious. HELLO!!! We were. It is hard to believe, but we were and it was tough back then, too. It may actually be harder now in many ways- more distractions, more toys,' more peer pressure, more drugs, more gang violence, more graffiti, more sexual promiscuity, more TV, more video games and cyberspace but less family interaction and influence. Teachers, who genuinely care about their students' future success, are also rare. Teachers can be excellent role models and I applaud anyone who goes into this most honorable profession. In the business world, prudence is ignored and now takes a backseat to personal gain at any cost, recklessness, corruption and greed in some of our largest banks and corporations. In politics, the candidates tell the electorate what's popular rhetoric: who can be against better healthcare for all, better education for our children, and a strong defense. Once elected or defeated they find it difficult to work with the opposition for the benefit of our communities and nation. Today's politicians are no longer statesmen but socialists' bent on ridiculous spending programs and bailouts of mismanaged banks, companies and corrupt governments around the world at an exorbitant cost to American taxpayers. Having said all this, I am still optimistic about our country and about many of our youth and their positive impact on our society and our world. I wish I could say that I am optimistic about all of them, but unfortunately, it will be just a few of them that will make a difference. But these few will be the leaders of tomorrow, the peacemakers, the inventors, the farmers, the space explorers, the scientists, the teachers and the caregivers that will make all the difference in our world. Their answers to our world's problems and challenges will come from within- from a strong sense of leadership, character and responsibility, self-discipline; and respect for self, the unborn, the elderly, religious freedoms, strong families, authority and the environment. This book attempts to inspire & motivate more of to

A Spiritual Life

Author : Rebecca Spiers
ISBN : 9781440151934
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Join Rebecca Spiers on a personal journey, which begins with her days as an innocent child in awe of God's wonders to her time as an adult eager to learn more about spirituality. Rebecca's faith in the power of God was confirmed at a young age. While working at a nursing facility, she began to suffer from back pain and wasn't sure what to do until she saw a church sign that read: "Healing Sessions are on Thursday evenings at 7 p.m." She gave it a try, and her pain went away. This was just the first of many miracles she'd witness as she moved closer to God. Just like Rebecca, you also can begin a spiritual journey of your own. This book will help you: Develop faith Pray and reach out to God Interpret the Bible Find the courage to abstain from sin And much more! Move closer to the Lord and contribute to changing the world through peace and faith as you take steps to live "A Spiritual Life."

Yes Men Do Cry

Author : Gary Fish
ISBN : 9781479776160
Genre : Self-Help
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One mans personal journey of grieving the loss of his wife written over a period of 3 years January 11 2002 Oh Booby, Booby, Booby. This explains it all. I want you back so much, yet fully understand this is a fantasy. It must be my way of handling (or trying to) my pain, thinking of the good times, wanting the good times, knowing that now they have to come from what I make. Round and round we go, its an intriguing web we weave ourselves. The web breaks, so we have to spin a new one. This I will continue to do until I make a web so strong that I will feel safe, feel confident with myself. March 2 2002 Still feeling as though Im just floating like a feather in the wind. Like the feather I dont know where I will land. Its as though I have no control but I know for sure that this is not so. Im in complete control; it is me allowing myself to be in this state. I want companionship so much, but Im scared, I want to touch, explore, and feel someone. Selfishly for my own needs but its something I need to happen because I have to justify to myself that I can love again.

Average Joe And The Extraordinaires

Author : Belart Wright
ISBN : 0986367516
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On a dark and balmy Floridian night, a strange and mysterious dark haired woman stalks the shadows of the local college football stadium, on the prowl for secrets buried deep beneath the Earth. These secrets, she knows, may change everything including this small town.While knocking back illegal drinks with his friends at the hallowed Orangetown Pickers' college football stadium, average kid Joe Black finds himself desperately trying to save the life of a beautiful dark haired woman after a deadly explosion violently interrupts his fun and games. While trying to fathom why he would even do something so reckless he soon finds himself entangled in a dangerous game of terrorist plots, mistaken identities, hard boiled detectives, the criminal underworld, and of all things magic as he tries to escape with his life and make sense of it all.Joe faces many challenges from all new enemies, assassins, and even his own friends. Can Joe navigate all this danger, escape with his life, and handle his biggest challenge to date, finding something about himself that is truly extraordinary? Find out within the pages of Average Joe and the Extraordinaires.

The Onion And Philosophy

Author : Sharon M. Kaye
ISBN : 9780812697247
Genre : Philosophy
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The Onion, with its unique brand of deadpan satirical humor, has become a familiar part of the American scene. The newspaper has a readership of over a million, and reaches millions more with its spin-off books and Onion News Network. The Onion has shown us that standard ways of thinking about the news have their grotesque and silly side, and this invites philosophical examination. Twenty-one philosophers were commissioned to provide witty philosophical perspectives on just what makes the Onion so truthful and insightful. Former Governor Sarah Palin reported: “I just couldn’t put it down. The Onion and Philosophy is the most exciting book I’ve read since Principia Mathematica.” Are the Onion writers truly cynical, or just cynically faking it? Does the Onion really have a serious point of view on religion? On sex? On politics? Who cares what Area Man thinks? If everyone’s so dumb, how come so many Onion readers keep on laughing at how dumb they are?

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