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  5. 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think Audiobook 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think
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  7. State of Terror Audiobook State of Terror
  8. The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music Audiobook The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music
  9. Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them Audiobook Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them
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The Awe Factor: How a Little Bit of Wonder Can Make a Big Difference in Your Life Audiobook

The Awe Factor: How a Little Bit of Wonder Can Make a Big Difference in Your Life

Author: Allen Klein Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: May 2021

Bestselling author and Mr. Jollytologist Allen Klein's latest book will helps readers escape the everyday ruts of our lives and help them open their eyes and find the awe around them.

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Simple Wealth: Six Proven Principles for Financial Freedom Audiobook

Simple Wealth: Six Proven Principles for Financial Freedom

Author: David Ash Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: March 2021

Simple Wealth is an easy-to-follow roadmap—a new financial worldview that promises freedom from the bondage of debt and a well-ordered, prosperous financial future. In Simple Wealth, first-generation wealth creator, successful entrepreneur, and investor David Ash shares the timeless truths and contemporary wisdom that he built his family’s future on. Join him as he candidly shares his ups and downs—from bankruptcy at age twenty-eight—to financial freedom today. You will discover:   - The Six Proven Principles that govern the creation of wealth, and how to apply them.  - That true financial intelligence is more about persistence, determination, self-awareness, and self-control than it is about academic achievement or a high IQ.  - How to identify and fix your limiting thought patterns and beliefs about money. - Powerful, proven investment strategies for know-nothing investors. - How to embrace the entrepreneurial dream—without risking it all. Easy to read and to the point, Simple Wealth is based on real stories and action points that will impact your life quickly and significantly—forever. No matter who you are, where you are from, or how challenging your current circumstances may be, you can live a life filled with options and opportunities—instead of regrets and debts.

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Three Wise Men: A Navy SEAL, a Green Beret, and How Their Marine Brother Became a War's Sole Survivo Audiobook

Three Wise Men: A Navy SEAL, a Green Beret, and How Their Marine Brother Became a War's Sole Survivo

Author: Beau Wise, Tom Sileo Narrator: Beau Wise, Brian Troxell Release Date: January 2021

This program includes a preface and afterword read by Beau Wise. From Beau Wise and Tom Sileo comes Three Wise Men, an incredible memoir of family, service and sacrifice by a Marine who lost both his brothers in combat--becoming the only 'Sole Survivor' during the war in Afghanistan. Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, three brothers by blood became brothers in arms when each volunteered to defend their country. No military family has sacrificed more during the ensuing war, which has become the longest ever fought by America’s armed forces. While serving in Afghanistan, US Navy SEAL veteran and CIA contractor Jeremy Wise was killed in an al Qaeda suicide bombing that devastated the US intelligence community. Less than three years later, US Army Green Beret sniper Ben Wise was fatally wounded after volunteering for a dangerous assignment during a firefight with the Taliban. Ben was posthumously awarded the Silver Star, while Jeremy received the Intelligence Star—one of the rarest awards bestowed by the U.S. government—and also a star on the CIA’s Memorial Wall. United States Marine Corps combat veteran Beau Wise is the only known American service member to be pulled from the battlefield after losing two brothers in Afghanistan. Told in Beau’s voice, Three Wise Men is an American family’s historic true story of service and sacrifice. A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Press 'Many American families have sacrificed much for our freedom, but few if any in modern times have given as much as the Wise family from my home state of Arkansas. Theirs is the story of true heroes—those who gave their lives as well as those who remain to carry on and honor the memory of Jeremy and Ben. It’s a story that needs to be told and more importantly, needs to be read and shared. It will remind you that America is a great country because of great, God-fearing people who pay a price for all of us.'—Mike Huckabee, 44th Governor of Arkansas

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America in the World: A History of U.S. Diplomacy and Foreign Policy Audiobook

America in the World: A History of U.S. Diplomacy and Foreign Policy

Author: Robert B. Zoellick Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: August 2020

Ranging from Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, and Thomas Jefferson to Henry Kissinger, Ronald Reagan, and James Baker, America in the World tells the vibrant story of American diplomacy. Recounting the actors and events of U.S. foreign policy, Zoellick identifies five traditions that have emerged from America's encounters with the world: the importance of North America; the special roles trading, transnational, and technological relations play in defining ties with others; changing attitudes toward alliances and ways of ordering connections among states; the need for public support, especially through Congress; and the belief that American policy should serve a larger purpose. These traditions frame a closing review of post-Cold War presidencies, which Zoellick foresees serving as guideposts for the future. Both a sweeping work of history and an insightful guide to U.S. diplomacy past and present, America in the World serves as an informative companion and practical adviser to readers seeking to understand the strategic and immediate challenges of U.S. foreign policy during an era of transformation.

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Privacy Means Profit: Prevent Identity Theft and Secure You and Your Bottom Line Audiobook

Privacy Means Profit: Prevent Identity Theft and Secure You and Your Bottom Line

Author: John Sileo Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: July 2020

By interlacing his personal story with cutting-edge research, John focuses on teaching readers how to bulletproof their organization against data breach and inspires everyone to comprehend the profitability of privacy. John shows how to protect your identify through '7 Mindsets': 1st Mindset: Accumulate Privacy One Step at a Time 2nd Mindset: Simplify Your Identity 3rd Mindset: Destroy Private Information 4th Mindset: Secure the Essentials 5th Mindset: Observe & Evaluate 6th Mindset: Interrogate the Enemy 7th Mindset: PLAN B In Privacy Means Profit, John will insert two new chapters to demonstrate why this is both a corporate and a personal issue and discuss the effects of social media on identity theft. He will update a more personal introduction, all statistics, links, new forms of identity since 2005, and identity theft anecdotes with highly publicized identity theft cases. John will also integrate new forms of identity theft and knowledge that he has gained into the existing structure of the 7 Mindsets.

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Hyperformance: Using Competitive Intelligence for Better Strategy and Execution Audiobook

Hyperformance: Using Competitive Intelligence for Better Strategy and Execution

Author: T. J. Waters Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: July 2020

With many businesses struggling to survive, and less consumer spending to go around, its no longer a question of becoming the next Google, IBM or Coca-Cola - it's all about knowing what your competitors are doing. This book will help managers and leaders devise better strategies and get better execution from emploees. T.J. Walker has turned his experience collecting and analyzing competitive intelligence for the CIA into strategies for businesses wanting to stay on the leading edge of their industries. He describes his practical process from planning (identifying competitive threats and determining the resources needed to counter them) through implementation (creating an organizational strategy) to execution (collecting key information and turning it into bottom-line results), using examples of companies from start-ups to multi-nationals that have used similar strategies successfully.

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Collaborate: The Art of We Audiobook

Collaborate: The Art of We

Author: Dan Sanker Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: July 2020

Collaboration is not a new concept, but globalization and new technologies have turned it into one of the best methods of competitive advantage available. Rather than engaging in an endless tug-of-war over the dwindling crumbs in a finite market, collaborative companies find ways to make the pie bigger, or create whole new pies, expanding everyones market and revenue. By collaborating, companies can tap into talent sources beyond their means, overcome organizational weaknesses cheaply by combining capabilities, eliminate waste and overhead by sharing resources, and better engage their markets by providing a more comprehensive and integrated array of products and services. The authors company, CaseStack, is a model of collaboration. Its a full-service logistics company that offers warehousing, transportation and an award-winning tech platform, without owning any actual warehouse buildings or trucks, and using cloud-based hardware. Many of its key business partners could easily be construed as competitors, and its most important service platforms have been developed with retailers who arent customers, vendors, or even partners, in a legal sense. Yet by sharing strengths, all have seen greater profits while cutting costs and improving service.   This book shows how others can successfully pool resources and competencies, develop new innovative products and services, access new markets, and reduce costs through collaboration. It explores the tools that facilitate the collaborative process, particularly new online tools that have revolutionized the process, and the outsourcing boom. Case examples illustrate both large-scale (e.g. Disney and McDonalds partnering with Happy Meals) and small-scale collaborations that have succeeded in the real world.

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Pearls of Wisdom: Little Pieces of Advice (That Go a Long Way) Audiobook

Pearls of Wisdom: Little Pieces of Advice (That Go a Long Way)

AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER! In this 'sage, valuable volume' (Publishers Weekly), First Lady Barbara Bush shares the best of her advice to family, staff, and close friends. First Lady Barbara Bush was famous for handing out advice. From friends and family to heads of state and Supreme Court justices, and certainly to her staff, her advice ranged from what to wear, what to say or not say, and how to live your life. She especially loved visiting with students of all ages, from kindergartners to college graduates. When she turned 80, she owned up to all her advice-giving and explained it this way: After all, in 80 years of living, I have survived 6 children, 17 grandchildren, 6 wars, a book by Kitty Kelly, two presidents, two governors, big Election Day wins and big Election Day losses, and 61 years of marriage to a husband who keeps jumping out of perfectly good airplanes. So, it's just possible that along the way I've learned a thing or two. At the end of the day, she taught all of us some valuable lessons. As First Lady, she made a point of cuddling a baby with AIDS and hugging a young man who was HIV positive and whose family had rejected him, showing us by example the importance of compassion and the myth of fear. As a mother, she made sure we all knew that your children must come first, and one of the most important things you can do is to read to them. As a friend and mentor, she showed that you had to be true to yourself, and even at the end of her life, she taught us how to die with grace. Full of Barbara Bush's trademark wit and thoughtfulness, Pearls of Wisdom is a poignant reflection on life, love, family, and the world by one of America's most iconic -- and beloved -- public figures.

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Race of Aces: WWII's Elite Airmen and the Epic Battle to Become the Master of the Sky Audiobook

Race of Aces: WWII's Elite Airmen and the Epic Battle to Become the Master of the Sky

Author: John R Bruning Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: January 2020

'Brings you into the cockpit of the lethal, fast-paced world of fighter pilots...Fascinating.' -- Sara Vladic 'Extraordinary...A must-read.' -- US Navy Captain Dan Pedersen 'A heart-pounding narrative of the courage, sacrifice, and tragedy of America's elite fighter pilots.' -- James M. Scott 'Vivid and gripping...Confirms Bruning's status as the premier war historian of the air.' -- Saul David The astonishing untold story of the WWII airmen who risked it all in the deadly race to become the greatest American fighter pilot. In 1942, America's deadliest fighter pilot, or 'ace of aces' -- the legendary Eddie Rickenbacker -- offered a bottle of bourbon to the first U.S. fighter pilot to break his record of twenty-six enemy planes shot down. Seizing on the challenge to motivate his men, General George Kenney promoted what they would come to call the 'race of aces' as a way of boosting the spirits of his war-weary command. What developed was a wild three-year sprint for fame and glory, and the chance to be called America's greatest fighter pilot. The story has never been told until now. Based on new research and full of revelations, John Bruning's brilliant, original book tells the story of how five American pilots contended for personal glory in the Pacific while leading Kenney's resurgent air force against the most formidable enemy America ever faced. The pilots -- Richard Bong, Tommy McGuire, Neel Kearby, Charles MacDonald and Gerald Johnson -- riveted the nation as they contended for Rickenbacker's crown. As their scores mounted, they transformed themselves from farm boys and aspiring dentists into artists of the modern dogfight. But as the race reached its climax, some of the pilots began to see how the spotlight warped their sense of duty. They emerged as leaders, beloved by their men as they chose selfless devotion over national accolades. Teeming with action all across the vast Pacific theater, Race of Aces is a fascinating exploration of the boundary between honorable duty, personal glory, and the complex landscape of the human heart.

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Pat Conroy: Our Lifelong Friendship Audiobook

Pat Conroy: Our Lifelong Friendship

Author: Bernie Schein Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: September 2019

For Pat Conroy fans, a loving, laughter-filled homage to a loyal, big-hearted friend. Pat Conroy, the bestselling author of The Prince of Tides and The Great Santini among many other books, was beloved by millions of readers. Bernie Schein was his best friend from the time they met in a high-school pickup basketball game in Beaufort, South Carolina, until Conroy’s death in 2016. Both were popular athletes but also outsiders as a Jew and a Catholic military brat in the small-town Bible-Belt South, and they bonded. Wise ass and smart aleck, loudmouths both, they shared an ebullient sense of humor and romanticism, were mesmerized by the highbrow and reveled in the low, and would sacrifice entire evenings and afternoons to endless conversation. As young teachers in the Beaufort area and later in Atlanta, they were activists in the civil rights struggle and against institutional racism and bigotry. Bernie knew intimately the private family story of the Conroys and his friend’s difficult relationship with his Marine Corps colonel father that Pat would draw on repeatedly in his fiction. A love letter and homage, and a way to share the Pat he knew, this book collects Bernie’s cherished memories about the gregarious, welcoming, larger-than-life man who remained his best friend, even during the years they didn’t speak. It offers a trove of insights and anecdotes that will be treasured by Pat Conroy’s many devoted fans.

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Home from the Hill: A Novel Audiobook

Home from the Hill: A Novel

Author: William Humphrey Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: August 2019

National Book Award Finalist: The mesmerizing saga of a Texas family torn apart by passion and pride. Twelve years after Hannah Hunnicutt was committed to a Dallas asylum, her body is brought home to northeast Texas to be buried alongside those of her husband and son. Etched on all three gravestones is the same date of death: May 28, 1939. Home from the Hill is the story of that tragic day and the dramatic events leading up to it. The biggest landowner in the county, Captain Wade Hunnicutt was a charismatic war hero whose legendary hunting skills extended to the wives of his friends and neighbors. Humiliated by her husband's philandering, Hannah grew to despise Captain Wade but was too proud to ask for a divorce; instead, she devoted herself to her only child. Torn between his mother's adoration and an overwhelming need to win his father's approval, Theron tried to become his own man. And he might have succeeded if he hadn't fallen in love with the beautiful and innocent Libby Halstead. William Humphrey's dazzling debut novel, the inspiration for a major motion picture starring Robert Mitchum, is a masterpiece of twentieth-century American literature, as intense and thrilling as the Hunnicutts themselves.

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The End of Killing: How Our Newest Technologies Can Solve Humanity's Oldest Problem Audiobook

The End of Killing: How Our Newest Technologies Can Solve Humanity's Oldest Problem

Author: Rick Smith Narrator: Brian Troxell Release Date: July 2019

Technology will make killing a thing of the past.The gun is antiquated technology, and it is responsible for tens of thousands of senseless killings every year. Humanity has accepted that killing is an unavoidable fact of life?but Rick Smith argues that it doesn't need to be this way and that we have the means to make the bullet obsolete in our lifetime. Smith is the founder of TASER (now Axon), and in this book, he demonstrates that we are on the cusp of a world in which killing is neither required nor acceptable. That change won't come by way of stricter gun control laws. No, what holds us back from making an overdue and necessary shift in how we think about weapons is our skepticism about new technologies and their potential. Smith has devoted his career to understanding why and how we kill each other. In The End of Killing, he reviews the history of weaponry and warfare as well as the latest technologies in crowd control, surveillance, and artificial intelligence. He delves into the big, thorny questions about how technology is creating more tools for police, homeland security, and military, and offering more options for our personal safety and our justice system. With clarity and conviction, he challenges the conventional wisdom on these subjects, showing how technologies that appear strange and scary at first can be the key to making the gun a relic of the past. In our current impasse of dead-end debates about gun violence and police brutality, Smith offers us a clear roadmap into a safer future. Thought-provoking, insightful, and controversial, The End of Killing will make you reconsider the violent world you inhabit?and imagine the safer world on the horizon.

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