"Success is not measured by how well you are doing in life, but it is measured by how many people you are bringing along with you. So come with me and enjoy the journey of success."

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Having It All By John Asaraf Free Ebook Download

Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement, Personality Development, Secrets Of Life, John Asaraf
In this book John Asaraf tells us various techniques how to recondtion your mind. He calls it "Neural Reconditioning Process"In this the one thing which I liked the most is that before going to bed do the following things for at-least 5-10 minutes.

1) View some positive photos.
2) Watch mental movies.
3) View Visualization Boards.
4) Watch Real life videos.
5) View or Listen Recorded or Laminated Affirmations.

Later on he also tells us about the "Power Of Meditation" and its various techniques. He also shares the benefits of meditation. The author says that meditation can cure many diseases like 
  • Stress
  • Reduces Insomnia
  • Increases your Intelligence
  • Reduces Anxiety & Depression Problems
  • Increases Energy Levels
  • Increases Inner Calm
  • Brings Happiness
  • Increases Your Self Esteem
  • Improves your Relationships and Health
He also explains about the "Power Of Visualization". How this power creates magic in our lives. This is an awesome book to read. The book contains some practical and proven methods that will definitely help any individual to change his/her personality and life.

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The Road Less Travelled By Scott Peck

Scott Peck Ebooks, Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement, Personality Development, Secrets Of Life,
This e-book is on psychology of love, traditional values and spiritual growth. The e-book contains chapters on DISCIPLINE, LOVE, GROWTH AND RELIGION, GRACE. The book content is awesome and the writer M. SCOTT PECK effort is appreciated. This is a must have book for everyone who want to change his life and personality.

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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Time Power By Brian Tracy Free Ebook

Time Management, Brian Tracy Ebooks Collection, Personality Development, Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement, Secrets Of Life,
In this Brian Tracy explains that he had gone through many life changing success stories and successful people. All of them had one thing in common and that is they placed a high value of their time. In this life we had a finite set of intervals and the time is ticking at every moment. So it become very vital that we value our time. 

Brian Tracy made a final conclusion that no success is possible without effective time management. He says that once you manage time properly you start to develop new habits that eventually lead to success and money making methods. Excellent book to read and everyone should read it atleast once in a lifetime.

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Why Men Don't Listen And Women Can't Read Maps - Allan & Barbara Pease

Allan Pease, Barbara Pease, Personality Development, Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement, Motivational Ebook, Relationship,
This is a controversial book as it explains the differences between how men and women think. In  this book the authors Allan and Barbara Pease explains about men and women psychology. They have travelled around the world finding new research on the brain and investigating evolutionary biology. They say that it is very shocking as the line of battle is drawn between both the sexes. The book is awesome explaining various secrets of men and women.
Things revealed in this book
  • Why men really can't do more than one thing at a time.
  • Why women make such a mess of parallel parking
  • Why men should not lie to women.
  • Why women talk so much, and men so little.
  • Why women prefer simply to talk it through.
  • Why men offer solutions, but hate advice.
  • Why women despair about men's silences.
This is a must read for all men and women who love, hate each other. In this book you will learn as much about yourself and about your opposite sex. You will also learn how to improve relationships.

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Body Language By Allan And Barbara Pease Free PDF

Body Language, Allan Pease, Barbara Pease, Motivational Ebook, Personality Development, Self Help, Self Improvement, Self Confidence,
This e-book explains each component of body language in very simple and easy to understand terms. It doesn't matter what is your position in life, you will be able to use this book to obtain a better understanding of life's complex topic that is reading people by their gestures. This will also make you aware of your own non-verbal cues and signals and will teach you how to communicate effectively and in a better way.

Things revealed in this book are:-
  • How to make a positive impression on others
  • How to interview and negotiate successfully
  • How to know if someone is available
  • How to bond quickly and get others to co-operate
  • How to make yourself likeable & approachable
  • How to tell if someone is lying
  • How to read between the lines of what is said
  • How to use body language to get what you want
  • How to recognize love-signs and power-plays

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Questions Are The Answers By Allan Pease

Networking Marketing, Self Improvement, Self Confidence, Personality Development,
This is a awesome book written by "Allan Pease". The book describes techniques and methods of network marketing business. The book tells about the "Law Of Averages", "How to Deal With People". This book really helps people who want to make a big network marketing business.

Really a great book to read once in a lifetime.

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Monday, October 13, 2014

The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind - Joseph Murphy

Life Transformation, Personality Development, Subconscious Mind, Joseph Murphy
In this book "The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind" Joseph Murphy explains about our subconscious mind and how we can use it to solve various problems in our lives. These problems can be with health, finances, spouses, friends, etc. The ultimate goal of this book is to bring about happiness, health, vitality in our lives and this is a pretty ambitious goal...

The powerful techniques explained in this book simply changes your life. The book presents scientifically proved methods of taking over your subconscious mind and using it to help yourself. This means everything in this book is real and can be achieved by any individual no experience required. Later in the book, some notable quotes leave no doubts.

"God is life, and that is your life now [...] because your life is God's life" "God is a loving father that watches over them" "[...] find happiness by dwelling on the eternal truths of God"

"you may not believe in God himself, but you probably believe in "nature", "universe", "inner soul" and things like that. All these are equivalent, and I'll just call it God". 

This is what the author describes about it. This book will completely transfer your life.

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Blink - The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

Free Great Ebook, Life Transformation, Malcolm Gladwell Ebooks, Secrets Of Life, Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement,
Blink is about the first two seconds of looking--the decisive glance that knows in an instant. Gladwell, the best-selling author of The Tipping Point, campaigns for snap judgments and mind reading with a gift for translating research into splendid storytelling. Building his case with scenes from a marriage, heart attack triage, speed dating, choking on the golf course, selling cars, and military maneuvers, he persuades readers to think small and focus on the meaning of "thin slices" of behavior. The key is to rely on our "adaptive unconscious" a 24/7 mental valet that provides us with instant and sophisticated information to warn of danger, read a stranger, or react to a new idea.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Accelerated C++ Practical Programming by Example

A new approach to C++ programming

C++, Computer Software Solutions, Programming,
We assume that you want to learn quickly how to write useful C++ programs. Therefore, we start by explaining the most useful parts of C++. This strategy may seem obvious when we put it that way, but it has the radical implication that we do not begin by teaching C, even though C++ builds on C. Instead, we use high-level data structures from the start, explaining only later the foundations on which those data structures rest. This approach lets you to begin writing idiomatic C++ programs immediately.
Our approach is unusual in another way: We concentrate on solving problems, rather than on exploring language and library features. We explain the features, of course, but we do so in order to support the programs, rather than using the programs as an excuse to demonstrate the features.
Because this book teaches C++ programming, not just features/it is particularly useful for readers who already know some C++, and who want to use the language in a more natural, effective style. Too often, people new to C++ learn the language mechanics without learning how to apply the language to everyday problems.

Our approach works—for beginners and experienced programmers

We used to teach a week-long intensive C++ course every summer at Stanford University. We originally adopted a traditional approach to that course: Assuming that the students already knew C, we started by showing them how to define classes, and then moved systematically through the rest of the language. We found that our students would be confused and frustrated for about two days—until they had learned enough that they could start writing useful programs. Once they got to that point, they learned quickly.
When we got our hands on a C++ implementation that supported enough of what was then the brand-new standard library, we overhauled the course. The new course used the library right from the beginning, concentrated on writing useful programs, and went into details only after the students had learned enough to use those details productively.
The results were dramatic: After one day in the classroom, our students were able to write programs that had taken them most of the week in the old course. Moreover, their frustration vanished.


Our approach is possible only because C++, and our understanding of it, has had time to mature. That maturity has let us ignore many of the low-level ideas that were the mainstay of earlier C++ programs and programmers.
The ability to ignore details is characteristic of maturing technologies. For example, early automobiles broke down so often that every driver had to be an amateur mechanic. It would have been foolhardy to go for a drive without knowing how to get back home even if something went wrong. Today's drivers don't need detailed engineering knowledge in order to use a car for transportation. They may wish to learn the engineering details for other reasons, but that's another story entirely.
We define abstraction as selective ignorance—concentrating on the ideas that are relevant to the task at hand, and ignoring everything else—and we think that it is the most important idea in modern programming. The key to writing a successful program is knowing which parts of the problem to take into account, and which parts to ignore. Every programming language offers tools for creating useful abstractions, and every successful programmer knows how to use those tools.
We think, abstractions are so useful that we've filled this book with them. Of course, we don't usually call them abstractions directly, because they come in so many forms. Instead, we refer to functions, data structures, classes, and inheritance—all of which are abstractions. Not only do we refer to them, but we use them throughout the book.
If abstractions are well designed and well chosen, we believe that we can use them even if we don't understand all the details of how they work. We do not need to be automotive engineers to drive a car, nor do we need to understand everything about how C++ works before we can use it.


If you are serious about C++ programming, you need to know everything in this book— even though this book doesn't tell you everything you need to know.
This statement is not as paradoxical as it sounds. No book this size can contain everything you'll ever need to know about C++, because different programmers and applications require different knowledge. Therefore, any book that covers all of C++—such as Stroustrup's The C++ Programming Language (Addison-Wesley, 2000)—will inevitably tell you a lot that you don't need to know. Someone else will need it, even if you don't.
On the other hand, many parts of C++ are so universally important that it is hard to be productive without understanding them. We have concentrated on those parts. It is possible to write a wide variety of useful programs using only the information in this book. Indeed, one of our reviewers, who is the lead programmer for a substantial commercial system written in C++, told us that this book covers essentially all of the facilities that he uses in his work.
Using these facilities, you can write true C++ programs—not C++ programs in the style of C, or any other language. Once you have mastered the material in this book, you will know enough to figure out what else you want to learn, and how to go about it. Amateur telescope makers have a saying that it is easier to make a 3-inch mirror and then to make a 6-inch mirror than to make a 6-inch mirror from scratch.
We cover only standard C++, and ignore proprietary extensions. This approach has the advantage that the programs that we teach you to write will work just about anywhere. However, it also implies that we do not talk about how to write programs that run in windowing environments, because such programs are invariably tied to a specific environment, and often to a specific vendor. If you want to write programs that will work only in a particular environment, you will have to turn elsewhere to learn how to do so— but don't put this book down quite yet! Because our approach is universal, you will be able to use everything that you learn here in whatever environments you use in the future. By all means, go ahead and read that book about GUI applications that you were considering—but please read this one first.

A note to experienced C and C++ programmers

When you learn a new programming language, you may be tempted to write programs in a style that is familiar from the languages that you already know. Our approach seeks to avoid that temptation by using high-level abstractions from the C++ standard library right from the start. If you are already an experienced C or C++ programmer, this approach contains some good news and some bad news—and it's the same news.
The news is that you are likely to be surprised at how little of your knowledge will help you understand C++ as we present it. You will have more to learn at first than you might expect (which is bad), but you will learn more quickly than you might expect (which is good). In particular, if you already know C++, you probably learned first how to program in C, which means that your C++ programming style is built on a C foundation. There is nothing wrong with that approach, but our approach is so different that we think you'll see a side of C++ that you haven't seen before.
Of course, many of the syntactic details will be familiar, but they're just details. We treat the important ideas in a completely different order from what you've probably encountered. For example, we don't mention pointers or arrays until Chapter 10, and we're not even going to discuss your old favorites, printf and malloc, at all. On the other hand, we start talking about the standard-library string class in Chapter 1. When we say we're adopting a new approach, we mean it!

Structure of this book

You may find it convenient to think of this book as being in two parts. The first part, through Chapter 7, concentrates on programs that use standard-library abstractions. The second part, starting with Chapter 8, talks about defining your own abstractions.
Presenting the library first is an unusual idea, but we think it's right. Much of the C++ language—especially the harder parts—exists mostly for the benefit of library authors. Library users don't need to know those parts of the language at all. By ignoring those parts of the language until the second part of the book, we make it possible to write useful C++ programs much more quickly than if we had adopted a more conventional approach.
Once you have understood how to use the library, you will be ready to learn about the low-level facilities on which the library is built, and how to use those facilities to write your own libraries. Moreover, you will have a feeling for how to make a library useful, and when to avoid writing new library code altogether.
Although this book is smaller than many C++ books, we have tried to use every important idea at least twice, and key ideas more than that. As a result, many parts of the book refer to other parts. These references look like §39.4.3/857, which refers to text on page 857 that is part of section 39.4.3—or at least it would do so if this book had that many sections or pages. The first time we explain each idea, we mention it in bold italic type to make it easy to find and to call your attention to it as an important point.
Every chapter (except the last) concludes with a section called Details. These sections serve two purposes: They make it easy to remember the ideas that the chapter introduced, and they cover additional, related material that we think you will need to know eventually. We suggest that you skim these sections on first reading, and refer back to them later as needed.
The two appendices summarize and elucidate the important parts of the language and library at a level of detail that we hope will be useful when you are writing programs.

Getting the most out of this book

Every book about programming includes example programs, and this one is no different. In order to understand how these programs work, there is no substitute for running them on a computer. Such computers abound, and new ones appear constantly—which means that anything we might say about them would be inaccurate by the time you read these words. Therefore, if you do not yet know how to compile and execute a C++ program, please visit http://www.acceleratedcpp.com and see what we have to say there. We will update that website from time to time with information and advice about the mechanics of running C++ programs. The site also offers machine-readable versions of some of the example programs, and other information that you might find interesting.


We would like to thank the people without whom this book would have been impossible. It owes much of its form to our reviewers: Robert Berger, Dag Brück, Adam Buchsbaum, Stephen Clamage, John Kalb, Jeffrey Oldham, David Slayton, Bjarne Stroustrup, Albert Tenbusch, Bruce Tetelman, and Clovis Tondo. Many people from Addison-Wesley participated in its publication; the ones we know about are Tyrrell Albaugh, Bunny Ames, Mike Hendrickson, Deborah Lafferty, Cathy Ohala, and Simone Payment. Alexander Tsiris checked the Greek etymology in §13.2.2/236. Finally, the idea of starting with high-level programs grew over many years, stimulated by the hundreds of students who have sat through our courses and the thousands of people who have attended our talks.
Andrew Koenig                           Gillette, New Jersey

Barbara E. Moo

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Monday, February 18, 2013

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100 Ways To Boost Your Self Confidence

100 Ways To Boost Your Self Confidence, Barton Goldsmith, Personality Development, Self Confidence, Self Improvement,
The book "100 Ways To Boost Your Self Confidence" is all about believing in yourself. When you believe in yourself you think good about yourself and this is what increases your self-confidence. Once your self-confidence is raised that will totally transform your life. Moreover if you have self-belief not only you people will also develop faith in you.

This book also tells you about your personal powers. Once you develop self-confidence you will aso discover the essence of your personal power. It says that each and every individual has enormous power in itself, the only difference between a successfull and an un-successfull person is lack of self-confidence, faith and self-belief. The author says that to create a successfull life you require a practical "feel good" behaviors. Never under estimate yourself, know your self-worth and make your life a better one.

The author also says that the way you think changes or improves your personal and social relationships. Just by using these simple techniques you can change your surroundings with positive vibes and make this world a better place to live.

Happy Reading !!!

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Sun Signs Linda Goodman

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About Linda Goodman
Linda Goodman, Sun SignsMary Alice Kemery popularly known as Linda Goodman was a American astrologer and poet. Linda Goodman was born on April 9, 1925 in Parkersburg which is in West Virginia. She completed her education in  Parkersburg High School. Initially she worked as a columnist with Parkersburg news-sentinel and then she worked with Clasksville (Tennessee) courier. From then onwards she starting writing for various radio and television stations. She also worked with NBC writing "Monitor" and "Emphasis" for three years. she lived happily in New York with her husband and four sweet childrens. She died in October 21, 1995 at Colorado Springs United States.

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