Audiobooks Narrated by Teri Schnaubelt

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  1. The Silence of Scheherazade Audiobook The Silence of Scheherazade
  2. Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want Audiobook Think Big: Take Small Steps and Build the Future You Want
  3. Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food Audiobook Appetite: A Memoir in Recipes of Family and Food
  4. A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders Audiobook A Line to Kill: from the global bestselling author of Moonflower Murders
  5. Such a Quiet Place Audiobook Such a Quiet Place
  6. 1979 Audiobook 1979
  7. The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal Audiobook The Reckoning: America's Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal
  8. Land of Big Numbers Audiobook Land of Big Numbers
  9. Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose Audiobook Gene Keys: Embracing Your Higher Purpose
  10. What We Find Audiobook What We Find
Rethinking American Grand Strategy Audiobook

Rethinking American Grand Strategy

What is grand strategy? What does it aim to achieve? And what differentiates it from normal strategic thought-what, in other words, makes it 'grand'? In answering these questions, most scholars have focused on diplomacy and warfare, so much so that 'grand strategy' has become almost an equivalent of 'military history.' The traditional attention paid to military affairs is understandable, but in today's world it leaves out much else that could be considered political, and therefore strategic. It is in fact possible to consider, and even reach, a more capacious understanding of grand strategy, one that still includes the battlefield and the negotiating table while expanding beyond them. Rethinking American Grand Strategy assembles a roster of leading historians to examine America's place in the world. Its innovative chapters re-examine familiar figures, such as John Quincy Adams, George Kennan, and Henry Kissinger, while also revealing the forgotten episodes and hidden voices of American grand strategy. They expand the scope of diplomatic and military history by placing the grand strategies of public health, race, gender, humanitarianism, and the law alongside military and diplomatic affairs to reveal hidden strategists as well as strategies.

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Lost and Found Family: A Novel Audiobook

Lost and Found Family: A Novel

Author: Jennifer Ryan Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: July 2021

If you love Jill Shalvis, Lori Wilde, and Susan Mallery, then you won't want to miss New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Ryan’s riveting new novel about family, secrets, and a woman ready to embrace who she really is by facing down her past. As Sara Anderson drives up to the house in Carmel, she knows she’s on an impossible quest to make peace with the one person who truly hate her. For years, Sara has hidden the truth about her late husband’s lies from their children and their grandmother. When her mother-in-law, Margaret, threatens her with legal action to see the boys, Sara strikes a bargain: she’ll bring them for a six-week visit, hoping the boys, at least, will find connection and happiness with their extended family. It doesn’t help that attorney and part-time rancher Luke Thompson lives right next door, and as an old friend of the family’s he’s agreed to investigate Sara’s past. Luke doesn’t feel comfortable poking around in the very successful tech CEO’s private life. What he finds is a truth very different from the one he’s been led to believe. Far from being cold and unloving, Sara is devoted to her boys and as at home on the ranch as she is in a boardroom.  All Sarah ever wanted was a family, and all Luke wants now is her love. The time has come to reveal the terrible secrets that have been kept for so long. In losing the past, a new love—and family—can be found.  

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Not Today: The 9 Habits of Extreme Productivity Audiobook

Not Today: The 9 Habits of Extreme Productivity

Author: Erica Schultz, Mike Schultz Narrator: Erica Schultz, Mike Schultz, Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: June 2021

Ari Schultz was an extraordinary baby, beginning life in a pitched battle against heart disease. The same year, his parents launched their business, and they had to keep it going strong. For the next five years, Erica and Mike Schultz learned how to balance the demands of their jobs, commuting to the hospital, and spending time with their growing family-along the way, noting the tricks and techniques that allowed them to get work done, even while living in the cardiac ICU and later through heartbreaking loss. After reflection and recovery, Mike and Erica codified their method of coping and working, and set out to study the work habits of extremely productive people. They discovered what extremely productive people do things differently than everyone else, and went on to create The Productivity Code-a new approach to productivity that has helped tens of thousands of people manage their time for greatest effectiveness, fulfillment, and happiness. Now, Erica and Mike reveal the 9 Habits of Extreme Productivity along with easy-to-apply techniques, including: how to stay focused-and positive-even in difficult times; clearly defining your motivations through written goals and four-three-four planning; helpful hacks to stop procrastinating; how to disrupt unproductive thought cycles and break bad habits for good; and much more.

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HBR's 10 Must Reads on Lifelong Learning Audiobook

HBR's 10 Must Reads on Lifelong Learning

Author: Harvard Business Review Narrator: Steve Menasche, Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: May 2021

Create and sustain a learning culture. The ever-increasing pace of change in today's organizations requires us all to understand and quickly adapt to constant shifts in the way our companies operate and how work gets done. Developing your own and your team's learning agility will keep your skills fresh, and help you stay flexible, grow from mistakes, and successfully respond to unexpected challenges. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones to help you and your organization create a supportive learning environment, develop flexible learning processes and practices, and reinforce a growth mindset and behavior. This book will inspire you to: acquire skills and knowledge quickly; solicit constructive feedback as you try out new approaches; cultivate relentless curiosity; build an intellectually diverse network; learn from failure; build learning opportunities into daily job activities for yourself and your team; model the behaviors you'd like your team to adopt; and stay relevant.

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The Girl from Hollywood Centennial Edition Audiobook

The Girl from Hollywood Centennial Edition

Author: Edgar Rice Burroughs Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: May 2021

The Girl from Hollywood   Special Centennial Edition Authorized by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.   She is known by the stage name Gaza de Lure, an icon of the silver screen-the epitome of success for every aspiring actress who dreams of becoming a star in Hollywood. No longer is she Shannon Burke, the innocent Midwestern girl who moved to California seeking fame and fortune, for in her heart she holds a dark secret…one so dreadful, so shameful, that she can never hope to escape its grasp. When the Penningtons, a wholesome ranching family from the nearby foothills, come into her orbit, will they too become forever trapped in the tangled web of Hollywood corruption, drug peddling, addiction-and murder?

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The Tolls of Uncertainty: How Privilege and the Guilt Gap Shape Unemployment in America Audiobook

The Tolls of Uncertainty: How Privilege and the Guilt Gap Shape Unemployment in America

Author: Sarah Damaske Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: May 2021

Through the intimate stories of those seeking work, The Tolls of Uncertainty offers a startling look at the nation's unemployment system-who it helps, who it hurts, and what, if anything, we can do to make it fair. Drawing on interviews with one hundred men and women who have lost jobs across Pennsylvania, Sarah Damaske examines the ways unemployment shapes families, finances, health, and the job hunt. Shaped by a person's gender and class, unemployment generates new inequalities that cast uncertainties on the search for work and on life chances beyond the world of work, threatening opportunity in America. She reveals the high levels of blame that women who have lost jobs place on themselves, leading them to put their families' needs above their own, sacrifice their health, and take on more tasks inside the home. This 'guilt gap' illustrates how unemployment all too often exacerbates existing differences between men and women. Class privilege, too, gives some an advantage, while leaving others at the mercy of an underfunded unemployment system. Middle-class men are generally able to create the time and space to search for good work, but many others are bogged down by the challenges of poverty-level unemployment benefits and family pressures and fall further behind.

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The Future Starts Now: Expert Insights into the Future of Business, Technology and Society Audiobook

The Future Starts Now: Expert Insights into the Future of Business, Technology and Society

Author: Bronwyn Williams, Theo Priestley Narrator: Graham Rowat, Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: April 2021

Featuring contributions from an international array of futurists, The Future Starts Now provides fascinating insights and guidance into how society and business will transform in the years to come. The future is an uncertain, uncomfortable prospect for employees, employers, and society at large. A flurry of unprecedented events have proven that, despite what some politicians and economists may tell us, the future is not set in stone. In light of this uncertainty, The Future Starts Now looks toward the various innovations and technologies that may shape our future. Authors Theo Priestley and Bronwyn Williams have brought together the world's leading futurists to articulate and clarify the current trajectories in technology, economics, politics, and business. This is a comprehensive history of tomorrow, exploring groundbreaking topics such as AI, privacy, education, and the future of work. While the guidance, insight, and predictions are fascinating for anyone curious about what the future may hold, the book also functions as an invaluable guide for business professionals looking to steer their career or their organization with foresight and confidence.

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Redefining Financial Literacy: Unlocking the Hidden Forces of Your Financial Future Audiobook

Redefining Financial Literacy: Unlocking the Hidden Forces of Your Financial Future

Author: Cfp Cindy Couyoumjian, Cindy Couyoumjian, R.F. Georgy Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: April 2021

Redefining and Reclaiming Financial Literacy As a certified financial planner with thirty-five years of industry experience, Cindy Couyoumjian is committed to filling the financial literacy void for many Americans. In her timely and thought-provoking book, Cindy gives a unique macro perspective of what she calls “the hidden forces behind your money,” which are the unseen political and economic forces that may influence your investment decisions. Through meticulous research, Cindy shows how these hidden forces have contributed to a complex retirement system, which includes pensions, social security, and what she believes is the outdated 60/40 investment model. To address this issue, Cindy spent endless hours developing a new multi-asset class investment methodology, known as the REALM model, that may offer broader investment strategies aimed to mitigate risk from the hidden forces that may negatively impact your goals. Redefining Financial Literacy can help you • Understand the complex macro forces that you cannot control, yet could determine your financial future, • Take actionable steps to regain command of your retirement strategy, • Build a retirement with potential durable income strategies, lesser volatility, and risk-adjusted returns. Redefining Financial Literacy and Cindy’s innovative REALM model can open your eyes to investment possibilities while helping you regain confidence in the American dream. Diversification does not guarantee profit nor is it guaranteed to protect assets. There is no assurance that any strategy/model will achieve its objectives. Registered Principal offers securities and advisory services through Independent Financial Group, LLC (IFG), a Registered Investment Adviser. Member FINRA/SIPC. IFG, Cinergy Financial, and Greenleaf Book Group are not affiliated companies.

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Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present Audiobook

Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present

Author: Mary Ziegler Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: April 2021

With the Supreme Court likely to reverse Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion decision, American debate appears fixated on clashing rights. The first comprehensive legal history of a vital period, Abortion and the Law in America illuminates an entirely different and unexpected shift in the terms of debate. Rather than simply championing rights, those on opposing sides battled about the policy costs and benefits of abortion and laws restricting it. This mostly unknown turn deepened polarization in ways many have missed. Never abandoning their constitutional demands, pro-choice and pro-life advocates increasingly disagreed about the basic facts. Drawing on unexplored records and interviews with key participants, Ziegler complicates the view that the Supreme Court is responsible for the escalation of the conflict. A gripping account of social-movement divides and crucial legal strategies, this book delivers a definitive recent history of an issue that transforms American law and politics to this day.

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Remote, Inc.: How to Thrive at Work . . . Wherever You Are Audiobook

Remote, Inc.: How to Thrive at Work . . . Wherever You Are

Author: Alexandra Samuel, Robert C. Pozen Narrator: Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: April 2021

You can thrive and excel when you’re working remotely, if you adopt the mindset, habits and tech tools of professionals who are even more productive outside the office: Learn to think like a “business of one,” and that entrepreneurial mindset will transform your experience of remote work. Remote work can be satisfying and productive—once you craft a strategy that taps into the unique advantages of working from home. After a year in which many of us plunged into remote work overnight, we finally have a chance to make thoughtful choices about how to combine remote and office work, and how to make the most of our days at home. Remote, Inc. gives you the strategies and tools you need to make remote work a valuable part of your renewed working life. Learn how to... - Gain control over how and when you work by focusing on objectives, not the 9-to-5 workday. - Wow your managers by treating them like valued clients. - Beat information overload by prioritizing important emails and messages. - Make online meetings purposeful, focused and engaging. - Build great relationships with your colleagues—whether at the next desk, or another city. - Find a balance between work from home, and life at home. - Make a remote work plan that lets you get the best from time at the office—and the best of home. Remote, Inc. takes you inside the mindset and habits of people who flourish while working outside the office some or all of the time: people who function like a “business of one”. That’s how productivity experts Robert C. Pozen and Alexandra Samuel describe the mindset that lets people thrive when they’re working remotely, whether full-time or in combination with time at the office. You can follow their lead by embracing the work habits and independence of a small business owner—while also tapping into the benefits of collegiality and online collaboration.

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HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself, Vol. 2 Audiobook

HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself, Vol. 2

Author: Harvard Business Review Narrator: Steve Menasche, Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: March 2021

You're adept at managing your job-working toward the goals of your team, your unit, and your company. But too often busy managers neglect to apply their planning, management, and execution skills to themselves. How do you make time to manage yourself? You need to focus on your work-succeeding in the job you have now. But you also need to think about your career and professional growth-actively plotting, nurturing, and developing the arc of your working life. Finally, you need to balance your work with the rest of your life-finding time to strengthen the connections between your work, your family, and your other commitments. Get more of the management ideas you want, from the authors you trust, with HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself (Vol. 2). We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones to help you stay engaged, be productive, and maintain your sanity throughout your working life. With insights from leading experts, this book will inspire you to identify areas for personal growth; assess your strengths, work preferences, values, and contributions; build your skill set and stay relevant; develop learning agility; map out a plan for where you'd like your career to go-both short and long term; find fulfillment in your work; and prepare for your next opportunity.

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Archaeologies of Violence and Privilege Audiobook

Archaeologies of Violence and Privilege

Author: Bradley D Phillippi, Christopher N. Matthews Narrator: Jonathan Yen, Teri Schnaubelt Release Date: March 2021

Violence is rampant in today's society. From state-sanctioned violence and the brutality of war and genocide to interpersonal fighting and the ways in which social lives are structured and symbolized by and through violence, people enact terrible things on other human beings almost every day. In Archaeologies of Violence and Privilege, archaeologists Christopher N. Matthews and Bradley D. Phillippi bring together a collection of authors who document the ways in which past social formations rested on violent acts and reproduced violent social and cultural structures. The contributors present a series of archaeological case studies that range from the mercury mines of colonial Huancavelica (AD 1564-1824) to the polluted waterways of Indianapolis, Indiana, at the turn of the twentieth century-a problem that disproportionally impacted African American neighborhoods. The individual chapters in this volume collectively argue that positions of power and privilege are fully dependent on forms of violence for their existence and sustenance.

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