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Science Briefs (15 Book Series)
From Book 1: Science Briefs are designed to be short summaries of very specific concepts in science, especially chemistry. They cover no more than ten of the most salient points of that concept from the perspective of the educating scientist or the scientific educator.
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IMTS (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: “I’ve read tons of Instagram marketing ebooks and they don’t have this genuine content.“ - Peter Aguilera

Did you know, Instagram is twice as big as Twitter, and as big as all the major social media platforms, combined? Or that a revolutionary feature is coming that will make you two clicks away from a sale? Probably not, because this is the only book that tells you the secrets marketing gurus don’t want you to know.
My mission is not upselling you on some thousand dollar marketing webinar, or some “get rich now!” scheme. My mission is to spread the word on the secrets brands, and companies, don’t want you to know; because something huge is coming.

Are you prepared?
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Intuition (2 Book Series)
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SCIENTIST INTEGRATES INTUITION AND LOGIC

Book of Intuition - an Introduction to the Power of Intuition

The power of intuition is strong. When acted upon it can alter not only individual lives but the course of history, the turn of events in business and help develop personal growth to innumerable heights. It is an inexplicable pull that defies logic, disrupts the status quo and delivers unexpected often exponential results. We often simply refer to it is gut feel.

As a young semiconductor engineer in Silicon Valley, Yama inexplicably felt a pull towards Canada. Born and raised in Japan, trained as an engineer and scientist, Canada had never appeared on his radar before, and yet, there it was, out of the blue, a sudden curiosity about a country which was foreign to him in more respects than one. He spent hours at the local library boning up on the country and ultimately visiting it before returning to Japan.

Yama is a space scientist, an engineer and, improbable as it may appear, a lifelong student of “the invisible world.” He now lectures on and holds international seminars on the power of intuition. This is his first book. Here he adroitly intertwines the visible with the invisible; with examples of intuitive powers that drove ancient generals to sacrifice in order to save; of dreams visited upon titans of industry that made the difference between success and defeat, and how by following his own intuitive signals he built a life on two seemingly opposing pillars: logic and intuition.

As a primitive society we humans honed our intuitive powers. It is the very essence of our survival. With continued progress and the introduction of technology, Yama believes that our intuitive powers are being silenced by all the external noise about us and that we are fast losing our ability to hear the faint whisper that is intuition. That is dangerous as we begin to depend on indoctrination rather than intuition.

In this book, Yama not only builds a case for the power of intuition, but tells us how we can reawaken this powerful natural ability we call intuition that is within each one of us.


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Accelerated Learning Series (2 Book Series)
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Accelerated Learning Series Book #1

Still wondering how some people can remember information in great detail? In Photographic Memory, you won't just learn about the concept of photographic memory but you'll also discover the secret to expanding your retention capacity. Learn more about how your memory works and what makes a person remember things clearly.

If you are one of those people who still memorize things through repeating them over and over until retained, then it's time to get rid of that old habit and discover a range of various memory tricks and techniques in this book. You'll able to practice every technique through the exercises included in each method.

To have a glimpse of the important knowledge you’ll potentially learn once you read this book, here's an overview:

  • Simplified discussion on how the mind makes, stores and remembers a memory
  • The photographic memory and how it is different from eidetic memory
  • Significance of creative thinking and visualization as a platform to achieve extraordinary memory
  • How peg systems work including the special systems that are specifically developed to memorize numbers
  • Tips and tricks to remember names
  • How emotions can be used to easily remember information
  • How to organize and visualize information through mind mapping
  • The concept of the palace method and how to construct your own memory palace to be able to store and retrieve information in an instant

It's time to step up your memorization skill and discover the things you need to maximize and expand your retention capacity.

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Coffee Table Philosophy (13 Book Series)
From Book 1: 101 Questions for Humanity - The supreme coffee table book for armchair philosophers. Designed to provoke, question, and challenge. Crack the cover open during big parties, small gatherings, or lonely nights on the couch. Once you taste one question, you'll want to devour them all.
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