Audiobooks Narrated by George Newbern

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  1. And Away... Audiobook And Away...
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  2. The Man Who Died Twice Audiobook The Man Who Died Twice
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  3. The Betrayals Audiobook The Betrayals
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  4. Win at Losing: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Greatest Gains Audiobook Win at Losing: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Greatest Gains
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  5. The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed Audiobook The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed
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  6. A Touch of Darkness Audiobook A Touch of Darkness
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  7. We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economi Audiobook We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman's Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economi
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  8. Silverview: The Sunday Times Bestseller Audiobook Silverview: The Sunday Times Bestseller
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  9. Flora's Travelling Christmas Shop Audiobook Flora's Travelling Christmas Shop
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  10. The Facilitator, Part 2 Audiobook The Facilitator, Part 2
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The High-Performing Real Estate Team: Five Keys to Dramatically Increasing Sales and Commissions Audiobook

The High-Performing Real Estate Team: Five Keys to Dramatically Increasing Sales and Commissions

Author: Brian Icenhower Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: November 2021

Transform your real estate business into a sales powerhouse In The High-Performing Real Estate Team, experienced real estate coach Brian Icenhower shares the systems and secrets of top real estate agents and brokerages. The book offers actionable systems and processes that can be immediately implemented to take you, your fellow agents, and your team or brokerage to the next level. Focusing on the 20% of activities that drive expansion, this book shows you how to create renewed enthusiasm, productivity, engagement, and exponential growth at your real estate team. With this book, you will: - Discover how to create a viral goal that spreads throughout your team and drives change - Learn to focus on core activities that result in the majority of your growth and productivity - Cultivate personal responsibility with public accountability and accelerate growth with a custom team dashboard that measures metrics for success Written for real estate agents, teams, brokerages, and franchise owners, The High-Performing Real Estate Team is an indispensable resource that will guide you toward growth while providing you with the resources to reach your goals faster.

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Katrina: A History, 1915-2015 Audiobook

Katrina: A History, 1915-2015

Author: Andy Horowitz Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: November 2021

Hurricane Katrina made landfall in New Orleans on August 29, 2005, but the decisions that caused the disaster extend across the twentieth century. After the city weathered a major hurricane in 1915, its Sewerage and Water Board believed that developers could safely build housing away from the high ground near the Mississippi. And so New Orleans grew in lowlands that relied on significant government subsidies to stay dry. When the flawed levee system surrounding the city and its suburbs failed, these were the neighborhoods that were devastated. The homes that flooded belonged to Louisianans black and white, rich and poor. Katrina's flood washed over the twentieth-century city. The flood line tells one important story about Katrina, but it is not the only story that matters. Andy Horowitz investigates the response to the flood, when policymakers reapportioned the challenges the water posed, making it easier for white New Orleanians to return home than it was for African Americans. And he explores how the profits and liabilities created by Louisiana's oil industry have been distributed unevenly among the state's citizens for a century, prompting both dreams of abundance-and a catastrophic land loss crisis that continues today.

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Teach Your Own: The Indispensable Guide to Living and Learning with Children at Home Audiobook

Teach Your Own: The Indispensable Guide to Living and Learning with Children at Home

Author: John Holt, Pat Farenga Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: November 2021

The classic guide to teaching children at home for a new generation of homeschooling parents  In 2019, there were more than two million children being homeschooled. That number doubled during the pandemic and is now likely to continue increasing as more parents worry that school might not be the best place for their children to learn and grow.   Teach Your Own helped launch the homeschooling movement; now, its timeless and revolutionary message of recognizing the ways children come to understand the world has been updated for today's environment. Parents and caregivers will discover how to navigate: - Learning in a classroom versus learning in the world - The difference between a learning difficulty (which we all experience every time we try to learn anything) and a learning disability. - Schedules that achieve the homeschooling-work-life balance that you want as a family - The relationship between learning and play - Homeschooling and technology - And much more.  John Holt's warm understanding of children and his passionate belief in every child's ability to learn have made this book an essential resource for over forty years to homeschooling families.

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Sometimes at Night Audiobook

Sometimes at Night

Author: Ben Sanders Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: October 2021

Ray Vialoux is in trouble. Big trouble. And he needs Marshall Grade's help. Over dinner in a Brooklyn restaurant, Marshall learns that his former NYPD colleague owes money-a lot of money-to the wrong people. But the conversation is cut short by gunfire, and suddenly Ray is lying dead on the restaurant floor. As Marshall investigates the murder, tracking down the drug dealers, bag men, bent cops and mob players within Ray's orbit, it becomes clear there's far more to the killing than just a debt. But who is responsible for Vialoux's death ... and why? What secrets are his family hiding? And can Marshall find the answers before his own history marks him as the prime suspect?

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Amplifiers: How Great Leaders Magnify the Power of Teams, Increase the Impact of Organizations, and  Audiobook

Amplifiers: How Great Leaders Magnify the Power of Teams, Increase the Impact of Organizations, and

Author: Tom Finegan Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: September 2021

Discover how to enable strategic change efforts by relying on your best people In Amplifiers, entrepreneur and expert management and technology consultant Tom Finegan delivers an insightful new way to think about human behavior in the execution of corporate transformations. Through an exploration of the career journeys of several leaders and analyses of 'True Amplifiers' in action, the book demonstrates how to deliver strategic and transformative change by relying on the efforts of key, exemplary followers. This important book: - Explains the different ways that being a true amplifier is experienced by different ethnicities and genders - Describes the 'Cell Concept' of amplifiers, and how they interact with other stakeholders of your organization - Discusses the work of amplifiers across global industries and organizations Perfect for executives, managers, and other business leaders responsible for change management and strategic execution, Amplifiers also belongs on the bookshelves of anyone who hopes to contribute to or lead organizations as they change direction.

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The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton Audiobook

The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton

Author: Andrew Porwancher Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: August 2021

In The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Porwancher debunks a string of myths about the origins of this founding father to arrive at a startling conclusion: Hamilton, in all likelihood, was born and raised Jewish. For more than two centuries, his youth in the Caribbean has remained shrouded in mystery. Hamilton himself wanted it that way, and most biographers have simply assumed he had a Christian boyhood. With a detective's persistence and a historian's rigor, Porwancher upends that assumption. This radical reassessment of Hamilton's religious upbringing gives us a fresh perspective on both his adult years and the country he helped forge. Although he didn't identify as a Jew in America, Hamilton cultivated a relationship with the Jewish community that made him unique among the founders. As a lawyer, he advocated for Jewish citizens in court. As a financial visionary, he invigorated sectors of the economy that gave Jews their greatest opportunities. As an alumnus of Columbia, he made his alma mater more welcoming to Jewish people. And his efforts are all the more striking given the pernicious antisemitism of the era. By setting Hamilton in the context of his Jewish world for the first time, this fascinating book challenges us to rethink the life and legend of America's most enigmatic founder.

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Made From Scratch: The Legendary Success Story of Texas Roadhouse Audiobook

Made From Scratch: The Legendary Success Story of Texas Roadhouse

Author: Kent Taylor Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: August 2021

* An Instant Wall Street Journal Bestseller * From founder Kent Taylor, the incredible made-from-scratch success story of Texas Roadhouse. In Made From Scratch, the late business maverick Kent Taylor tells the legendary story of Texas Roadhouse and in the process reveals its recipe for success: embracing unorthodox business practices. Because isn't it a little unusual for a company to do almost no advertising? Is it wild to give away free peanuts and rolls and keep prices low, even as costs rise, or to keep the menu basically the same since it opened? Does it fly in the face of reason to prohibit coats and ties at headquarters and to have a CEO who dressed like he was part of the landscaping crew? These business practices might be unconventional, but for Kent and Texas Roadhouse, they worked. What Kent and his Roadies cooked up is an island of misfits who are cool with being different. They love to have fun, but are serious about following meticulous recipes to serve up hand-cut steaks, fall-off-the-bone ribs, made-from-scratch sides, ice-cold beer, and irresistible fresh-baked bread. It's Legendary Food, Legendary Service, the Texas Roadhouse way. To show how this company became a staple of American dining and survived a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, Kent took a trip back in time to offer the lessons learned from his pathbreaking life, revealing how a distracted kid from Louisville, Kentucky, created anything worthwhile at all.

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The Deadline Effect Audiobook

The Deadline Effect

Author: Christopher Cox Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: July 2021

'I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.' So said author Douglas Adams - but what if there was a way of making deadlines work for you and using them to ensure others provide you with what you want when you want it? In Christopher Cox's brilliant new book, he looks at the impact deadlines have on us, and how we can use them to deliver the best results for all parties. Social scientists have revealed that most negotiations run right up to the deadline before a deal is finally struck. What they also discovered was that this deadline effect usually results in a worse deal for both parties. Cox shows you how, instead, the deadline effect can be used to bring about success not failure. The truth is that most of us think of deadlines all wrong. They aren't immutable laws of nature; they are a game we can play - and win. This book will show you the strategies different workplaces have come up with to do just that. They are the businesses and individuals who are rehabilitating the deadline effect, taking the urgency it provides and jettisoning all the down-to-the-wire nonsense. Based on his own experience as a magazine commissioning editor, where coaxing writers to deliver on time is an art form, he also embeds himself in other businesses, such as a ski patrol ahead of the first day of the winter season, to see how they meet deadlines that cannot be missed.  Above all, this book is an argument to embrace the power of deadlines. When time is limited, people are less wasteful, more focused, productive and creative. It's a liberating realisation: excellence and timeliness are not at odds, and the deadline effect can be highly effective.  

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The Arrangement Audiobook

The Arrangement

Author: Kiersten Modglin Narrator: George Newbern, Sarah Mollo-Christensen Release Date: July 2021

So when Ainsley realizes her marriage is at its breaking point, she makes a decision to repair it, no matter the cost. Approaching her husband to propose the arrangement is supposed to be the hard part, but Peter agrees to the salacious plan almost immediately. The rules are simple: They will each date someone new once a week. They will never discuss what happens on the dates. Soon, though, the rules are broken, turning terrible mistakes into unspeakable consequences. When the only person they can count on to keep their darkest secret is each other, new questions and deceits surface. Can they truly trust the person they share a life with, or will the vicious lies that have mounted over the years destroy everything they've built? Once, Peter and Ainsley vowed to stand together forever, but as they push boundaries of deception, suspicion, and temptation, each begins to wonder if 'til death do us part may come sooner than they'd intended.

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The Book of Accidents Audiobook

The Book of Accidents

Author: Chuck Wendig Narrator: George Newbern, Xe Sands Release Date: July 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. A family returns to their hometown - and to the dark past that haunts them still - in this masterpiece of literary horror by the New York Times bestselling author of Wanderers When Nate's father dies, he leaves behind a final gift for his son: his childhood home. Married now, Nate decides to move in with his wife, Maddie, and their son, Oliver, seeking peace from the chaos of the city. But it doesn't take long before things get strange in the night and even stranger by day. Because Nate was a child being abused by his father, and has never told his family. Because Maddie was a little girl who saw something she shouldn't have. Because something sinister, something hungry, walks in the tunnels and the mountains and the coal mines of this town in rural Pennsylvania... And now, what happened all those years ago is happening again, and this time, it is happening to Oliver. When he meets a strange boy with secrets of his own and a taste for dark magic, he has no idea that what comes next will put his family at the heart of a battle of good versus evil. © Chuck Wendig 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Strange and Obscure Stories of World War II: Little-Known Tales about the Second World War Audiobook

Strange and Obscure Stories of World War II: Little-Known Tales about the Second World War

Author: Don Aines Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: June 2021

Here are overlooked or forgotten tales from the world's greatest conflict. These are stories of courage, daring, and stupidity, some of which would challenge the imaginations of Hollywood scriptwriters. Some of the many true tales that author Donald Aines recounts include: - He would never be cast as a dashing war hero, but a cast member of The Addams Family television show volunteered for one of the most dangerous jobs the Army Air Force had to offer. - The US Navy's deadliest submarine claimed an unexpected victim with its last torpedo, and led to one of the war's most harrowing tales of survival. - Bob Hoover's escape from a German stalag would have made a great movie. - British commando 'Mad Jack' Churchill earned his nickname, arming himself to fight a twentieth century war with a fifteenth century attitude and weapons. Within the pages of Strange and Obscure Stories of World War II, the reality of war trumps fiction.

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Vaccines: Are They Worth a Shot? Audiobook

Vaccines: Are They Worth a Shot?

Author: Andrea Grignolio Narrator: George Newbern Release Date: May 2021

The dangerous decline in vaccinations in many developed countries is at the heart of a lively debate that confirms how important the subject is today. Vaccinations are among mankind's most important scientific discoveries, yet they continue to be viewed with suspicion by part of the public-the victims of disinformation campaigns, instrumentalization, and unfounded fears. There is, however, also an evolutionary explanation for these irrational beliefs, and countering the growing social opposition will be extremely difficult without grasping it. This audiobook, which sheds new light on the safety and importance of vaccinations, is intended both for parents and those listeners who want to understand the role of vaccinations in contemporary society, where the ease of access to knowledge is both a great opportunity and a great responsibility. The chapters follow a historical progression and conclude with a discussion of the most recent cognitive theories on how to overcome this opposition to vaccinations.

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