Just One Thing

This guide offers simple things you can do routinely, mainly inside your mind, that will support and increase your sense of security and worth, resilience, effectiveness, well-being, insight, and inner peace.

Just One Thing

You've heard the expression, “It’s the little things that count.” It's more than a simple platitude. Research has shown that integrating little daily practices into your life can actually change the way your brain works. This guide offers simple things you can do routinely, mainly inside your mind, that will support and increase your sense of security and worth, resilience, effectiveness, well-being, insight, and inner peace. For example, they include: taking in the good, protecting your brain, feeling safer, relaxing anxiety about imperfection, not knowing, enjoying your hands, taking refuge, and filling the hole in your heart. At first glance, you may be tempted to underestimate the power of these seemingly simple practices. But they will gradually change your brain through what’s called experience-dependent neuroplasticity. Moment to moment, whatever you're aware of—sounds, sensations, thoughts, or your most heartfelt longings—is based on underlying neural activities. This book offers simple brain training practices you can do every day to protect against stress, lift your mood, and find greater emotional resilience. Just one practice each day can help you to: • Be good to yourself • Enjoy life as it is • Build on your strengths • Be more effective at home and work • Make peace with your emotions With over fifty daily practices you can use anytime, anywhere, Just One Thing is a groundbreaking combination of mindfulness meditation and neuroscience that can help you deepen your sense of well-being and unconditional happiness.

Just One Thing

Artist Lexie McCain spends her days literally weaving the story of her life into a gorgeous tapestry.

Just One Thing

“Sometimes, you find yourself inadvertently in the dark. But I'd discovered that if you stopped fighting against it and just stood still, sometimes something marvelous comes along.” Artist Lexie McCain spends her days literally weaving the story of her life into a gorgeous tapestry. But on Monday nights, she walks to the Corner Bar, drinks a Killian's, and answers the same question every week from Sam the bartender: “One thing?” She starts with her name, then her cottage, slowly moving on to the devastating tragedies that tore her life apart. Sam Corner's smile doesn't seem to hide any pain. One night, Lexie turns the tables on him, asking Sam, “One thing?” To her surprise, Sam reveals his own tragic history. Together, Lexie and Sam learn that, with good beer and a trusted friend, sharing just “one thing” might lead to the one thing they both thought was lost forever: love. From award-winning author Holly Jacobs comes the story of heartache, hope, and the power of sharing just one thing.

Just One Thing Card Deck

We are so busy these days that it's great to have just one thing to focus on: a simple practice to reflect on and be inspired by that will gradually strengthen your neural pathways of happiness, love, and wisdom.These practices are grounded ...

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Just One Thing Not Everything

The Just One Thing, Not Everything guided journal is part diary, part business coach and part mindfulness notebook.

Just One Thing  Not Everything

The Just One Thing, Not Everything guided journal is part diary, part business coach and part mindfulness notebook. This guided journal will help you do one thing with purpose each day that moves you toward your dream. This journal is designed to intentionally guide you from where you are now to where you want to be. The Just One Thing aka "J.O.T. Method" will help you: Identify your big goal Find your "why" Brainstorm possible actions Identify one achievable step you can take that moves you toward success each day Keep from becoming overwhelmed and quitting or simply never starting Remember to celebrate your accomplishments Each day is a new page that offers you an opportunity to brainstorm 3 possible actions, narrow it to 1 feasible commitment and then celebrate your achievement for that day. There are also gratitude and manifestation exercises, inspirational quotes, personal affirmations and other activities to keep you motivated. You will also learn how to make your journaling and goal-getting a habit!

Just One Thing

In Just One Thing you will learn: How to boost returns with "the 2% alpha solution" The risk-return fallacy Why you should use "volatility throttling" when assembling your portfolio The secret of "investing in the fog" Why "the winner's ...

Just One Thing

In Just One Thing, author John Mauldin offers an incomparable shortcut to prosperity: the personal guidance of an outstanding group of recognized financial experts, each offering the single most useful piece of advice garnered from years of investing. Conversational rather than technical in tone, each contributor’s personal principle for success is illustrated with entertaining and illuminating real-life stories.

If I Could Tell You Just One Thing

Richard Reed built Innocent Drinks from a smoothie stall on a street corner to one of the biggest brands in Britain.

If I Could Tell You Just One Thing

Richard Reed built Innocent Drinks from a smoothie stall on a street corner to one of the biggest brands in Britain. He credits his success to four brilliant pieces of advice, each given to him just when he needed them most. Ever since, it has been Richard's habit, whenever he meets somebody he admires, to ask them for their best piece of advice. If they could tell him just one thing, what would it be? Richard has collected pearls of wisdom from some of the most remarkable, inspiring and game-changing people in the world - in business, tech, philanthropy, politics, sport, art, spirituality, medicine, film, and design. From Hollywood greats like Judi Dench and Richard Curtis, to entrepreneurial legends like Richard Branson and Simon Cowell; from sports stars and TV personalities like Andy Murray and James Cordon to political activists and born survivors like Mandela's Comrades and Katie Piper, Richard has picked some of the world's most interesting brains to give you a lesson in how to live, how to love, how to create and how to succeed.

Just One Thing

The inertia of just going along creates a life of duplicating days, one
indistinguishable from the next because once we have accepted a viewpoint we
tend to seek experiences which support that position and ignore evidence that
tends to ...

Just One Thing

Just One Thing is an examination of a meaningful life by discussing the concepts of awareness, reason, change and creation.

Just One Thing

While Anthony Pantaloni tries to figure out his one talent before he leaves fifth grade, he must deal with a new nickname, an annoying cousin, and his father's new girlfriend.

Just One Thing

Every child about to enter middle school will be able to relate to this heart-warming, funny story. Anthony Pantaloni needs to figure out one thing he does well one thing that will replace the Antsy Pants nickname he got tagged with on the first day of fifth grade, one good thing he can own before moving up to middle school next year. It seems that every kid at Carpenter Elementary has a claim to fame: Marcus is Mr. Athletic, Alexis is Smart Aleck, Bethany has her horse obsession, and even Cory is known as the toughest kid in the school. Ant tries lots of things, but nothing sticks! It doesn t help that there are obstacles along the way a baton-twirling teacher, an annoying cousin, and Dad's new girlfriend, to name a few. Just One Thing! is chock full of hilarious adventures that will keep young readers cheering until the very end. For ages 8 12."

Just One Thing on My Mind Word Search

How sad! The honeymoon is not going according to plan. Oh well, get your naughty word search puzzles out and have a bit of fun. If sexy fun is what you want you will find it right between the covers of this saucy little book.

Just One Thing on My Mind Word Search

How sad! The honeymoon is not going according to plan. Oh well, get your naughty word search puzzles out and have a bit of fun. If sexy fun is what you want you will find it right between the covers of this saucy little book.

Only One Thing Can Save Us

Day to day, I go from annoyance with just about everyone in organized labor to a
religious-type awe at the way it now brings in the best people I'll ever know.
Maybe as labor gets weaker, with less clout to offer, it's attracting more
mendicants ...

Only One Thing Can Save Us

Is labor’s day over or is labor the only real answer for our time? In this new book, National Book Critics Circle Award finalist and labor lawyer Thomas Geoghegan argues that even as organized labor seems to be crumbling, a revived—but different—labor movement is now more relevant than ever in our increasingly unequal society. The inequality reshaping the country goes beyond money and income: the workplace is more authoritarian than ever, and we have even less of a say over our conditions at work. He tells us stories, sometimes humorous but more often chilling, about problems working people like his own clients—cabdrivers, cashiers, even Chicago public school teachers—now face in our largely union-free economy. He then explains why a new kind of labor movement (and not just more higher education) will be crucial for saving what is left of the middle class; pushing Keynes’s original, sometimes forgotten ideas for getting the rich to invest and reduce our balance of trade; and promoting John Dewey’s "democratic way of life"—one that would start in the schools and continue in our places of work. A "public policy" book that is compulsively readable, Only One Thing Can Save Us is vintage Geoghegan, blending acerbic and witty commentary with unparalleled insight into the real dynamics (and human experience) of working in America today.

Just One More Thing

The Academy Award-nominated actor best known for his work on the television show "Columbo" humorously relates stories from his past, covering his early attempts at employment, the loss of his right eye, and his Hollywood and Broadway ...

Just One More Thing

The Academy Award-nominated actor best known for his work on the television show "Columbo" humorously relates stories from his past, covering his early attempts at employment, the loss of his right eye, and his Hollywood and Broadway achievements.

Do One Thing Feel Better Live Better

Dr. Scalise's breakdown of what could be considered 'the 31 Habits of Extremely
Healthy People' can be daunting, except for Just One Thing: her suggestion that
you tackle one small barrier at a time, rather than trying to correct everything in a
 ...

Do One Thing Feel Better Live Better

In my fifteen years of listening to clients say they’re overwhelmed with life’s responsibilities and financial challenges to keep up with health and wellness goals, I compiled these thirty-one tips to serve their needs. The tips are easy, mostly cost-free, and success-proven. In this book, you will learn: • nine tips for improving physical well-being • eight tips for improving mental well-being • seven tips for improving emotional well-being • seven tips for improving spiritual well-being Improving vitality and well-being is easier and less expensive than you might expect.

The One Thing More

From the New York Times–bestselling author of the William Monk and Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, acclaimed for her atmospheric historical settings, The One Thing More is a fascinating tale of suspense.

The One Thing More

A royalist out to save Louis XVI from the guillotine is murdered in this mystery set in revolutionary France by a New York Times–bestselling master. Célie Laurent stands in the convention hall of the French Republic, watching the deputies vote one by one. Most of them have just one word to say: “Death.” As the night wears on, the outcome of the vote moves beyond doubt, and Louis XVI is condemned to the guillotine. Célie will have just four days to save the king’s life. As the Revolution reaches a fever pitch, Célie falls in with a group of royalists who are willing to do whatever it takes to keep France from killing its king. Their plan is daring, but just might work—until the group’s leader is murdered in cold blood. Somewhere among the royalists lies a traitor, and Célie and her friends must find him soon, lest they lose their heads before Louis loses his. From the New York Times–bestselling author of the William Monk and Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, acclaimed for her atmospheric historical settings, The One Thing More is a fascinating tale of suspense.

The One Thing You Need to Know

They were willing to pay him a significant sum, almost enough to recoup the
money he'd sunk into the first film. But, as usual in deals between novice writers
and monolithic studios, there was just this one thing they wanted him to do: in this
 ...

The One Thing You Need to Know

Drawing on a wide body of research, including extensive in-depth interviews, THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO KNOW reveals the central insights that lie at the core of: Great Managing, Great Leadership and Great Careers. Buckingham uses a wealth of relevant examples to reveal that at the heart of each insight lies a controlling insight. Lose sight of this 'one thing' and all of your best efforts at managing, leading, or individual achievement will be diminished. For great managing, the controlling insight has less to do with fairness, or team building, or clear expectations (although all are important). Rather, the one thing great managers know is the need to discover and then capitalize on what is unique about each person. For leadership, the controlling insight is the opposite - discover and capitalize on what is universal to all your people, regardless of differences in personality, race, sex, or age. For sustained individual success, the controlling insight is the need to discover what you don't like doing, and know how and when to stop doing it. In every way a groundbreaking work, THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO KNOW offers crucial performance and career lessons for business people at every level.

One Thing At a Time

I had no problem with it except when they served oatmeal, which I hated, I would
always say, “No, thank you," but the ... If the thought of purging all the files in your
cabinet makes you nauseous, downscale your goal to purging just one drawer.

One Thing At a Time

Simple, effective ways to put things in their place Those piles of papers, clothes, and other things you thought you'd successfully de-cluttered have returned, and this time they brought friends. What's the use of trying to fight the clutter? Is there a better way? This powerful and useful guide delivers solutions that work, no matter how overwhelmed you feel. The answer isn't an elaborate new system, or a solemn vow to start tomorrow. Instead, psychotherapist and organizer Cindy Glovinsky shares 100 simple strategies for tackling the problem the way it grows--one thing at a time. Here's a sampling of the tips explained in the book: *Declare a fix-it day *Purge deep storage areas first *Label it so you can read it *Get a great letter opener *Practice toy population planning *Leave it neater than you found it Written in short takes and with a supportive tone, this is an essential, refreshing book that helps turn a hopeless struggle into a manageable part of life, one thing at a time.

Just One

Not because she wanted to forget the past or the memory of Joe, but because
they were just things and the memories were what was important. I think now
though, she is glad I held on to them. A person can only think of one thing when
they ...

Just One

Just One covers the life of Bill Roble as he tries to learn why one name on the Vietnam Memorial Wall, that of his brother, Joseph Edward Roble, meant so much to so many. Throughout his younger years and into adulthood, Bill was influenced by correspondence his late brother sent while a Marine in Vietnam, as well as comments from his brother's friends and relatives. This influence led to an enlistment in the U.S. Marine Corps, and later a meeting with many of his brother's comrades in arms all of which culminated in an attempt to retrace his brother's footsteps to Vietnam. Bill attempts to show how the loss of just one man in one war can impact many lives. Just One attempts to give the reader a new perspective on the ideals of the men and women that fought in Vietnam, as well as show how their lives impact some of us even today.

If It Ain t One Thing

“I was going to take you out to dinner and propose to you the romantic way, but I
need to make love to you once and for all before I ... Maybe Carlton will be the
next Tiger Woods after all, and neither one of them will have to worry about a
thing.

If It Ain t One Thing

A serious relationship isn’t the main thing on Porter Washington’s mind. At least not after he leaves his girlfriend when he learns her baby isn’t his. Who needs it? He’s a fine Detroit firefighter, and women practically throw themselves at him. But something’s missing in his life. Something that will take a near-fatal beating for Porter to find. The mother of two children by different men, Winona Fairchild has made more than her share of mistakes in life—a fact her father never lets her forget. But now she’s coming home from Texas to try to get things right. She’s got a great new job, her own house, a fledging Tiger Woods in her son—and a devastating secret that could destroy it all. It’s a small world—even in a city as big as Detroit. Can their pain and regret fade into the past and their futures look as bright as day? “A gifted writer, one of the best among contemporary African-American novelists on the scene today.”—Book Remarks

One Thing in Mind

Again I'm thinking, I found the treasure and I guess I'm rich, but I don't have any
spending money. Rather than try to sell a coin ... The last thing you want is to say
yes to that ... So the banks are just one more entity that gets a cut of the proceeds.

One Thing in Mind

A present day unbelievable zigzagging journey involving deception and danger coupled with laughter and love while hunting for "stolen treasure" buried but never recovered after WW II, almost sixty years ago in Europe. Bob Phoenix inherits treasure maps and can't resist searching for these riches. He had no idea the price he'd pay for a chance at wealth. Bob and his cast of dynamic characters travel throughout Europe in search of this buried treasure. Did they find it? If they did, what would they do with it? Keep it? Why? Fence it? To Whom? Sell it? Where? Smuggle it through customs after 9/11? How? Also, why are the CIA, Russian and German Intelligence, the Aryan Nation and so many other national and international groups so interested in some rogue treasure hunters? What started out a joyride to wealth ended up a collision with Hell. Bob and company stumble across the one thing on the face of the planet that everybody wants and nobody wants. Unfortunately, he'll have to go to Hell to find it. Feel free to bring your get out of Hell free card, but don't bet the Beamer on it working, or you might be taking the bus.

Just One Evil Act

He said lightly, 'Got your gear out. Few things that you'll need but you better
check through it. ... It was the same thing everyone thought, but it was also the
one thing he himself could not yet bear to address. He said lightly, 'Not that I can
think of ...

Just One Evil Act

When Hadiyyah Upman disappears from London in the company of her mother, Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers is as devastated as the girl's father. They are her close friends as well as neighbours, but since the child is with her mother, nothing can be done. Five months later, Hadiyyah is kidnapped from an open air market in Lucca, Italy, and this triggers an investigation in the full glare of the media spotlight. Barbara's clever manipulation of the worst of London's tabloids forces New Scotland Yard to become involved. But rather than Barbara herself, her superior officer DI Thomas Lynley is assigned to handle a situation made delicate by racial issues, language difficulties, and the determination of an Italian magistrate to arrest and convict someone - anyone - for the crime.