101 Things to Do Before You Die

Author: Richard Horne



Category: Self-Help

Page: 108

View: 669

A guide to living life to the fullest offers suggestions on seizing the day through adventures and challenges, from flying a plane to swimming with sharks to milking a cow, all of them entertaining to read and exciting to experience. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Juvenile Nonfiction

101 Things to Do Before You're Old and Boring

Author: Richard Horne



Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 102

View: 841

Tips for starting one's own blog, learning how to become a spy, and working to save the planet are a few of the things teens suggested in this interactive guide to avoiding boredom and making each day count, enhanced with fill-in pages, checklists, and adhesive stars. Original.
Conduct of life

Sod That!

Author: Sam Jordison

Publisher: Orion


Category: Conduct of life

Page: 224

View: 903

For anyone who is fed up of being told what to do with their time, or made to feel inferior because they don't want to fly half way round the planet on the off chance that a dolphin might swim somewhere their vicinity, this is the perfect book. A slacker's bible, it is the anti-list book in a world where we are surrounded with too many lists - '101 Things to Buy', '50 Things to do in Keighley' - offering us all too many very avoidable treats.Who has the time to read all these lists, let alone follow up on the suggestions? Is it really such a good idea to touch a tiger? All these ludicrous suggestions should be treated with the contempt they deserve. In short, this is a very funny rallying call for common sense and dignified indolence rather than wasteful over-activity. Now comes the final and best list book of all time, easily trumping those books with 100 or 101 things to do, as Life's Too Short comes up with the t op 103 things not to do. You know it makes sense.

101 Things NOT to Do Before You Die

Author: Robert W. Harris

Publisher: Macmillan


Category: Humor

Page: 192

View: 579

A humorous list of one hundred and one things that the average person should not attempt to do in his or her lifetime, including reading "War and Peace," searching for the "best" parking space, and confusing Randy Quaid with Dennis Quaid.

101 Places Not to See Before You Die

Author: Catherine Price

Publisher: Harper Collins


Category: Travel

Page: 272

View: 432

“I had no idea so many god-awful places exist in this world….Catherine Price is a hilarious guide to all that is sucky.” —Novella Carpenter, author of Farm City: the Education of an Urban Farmer Irreverent and compulsively readable, 101 Places Not to See Before You Die highlights desitinations we can all live without--like Jupiter's Worst Moon, an Outdoor Wedding During the 2021 Reemergence of the Great Eastern Cicada Brood, and fan hours at the Las Vegas Porn Convention--while reminding us why we're willing to put up with the bed bugs and the food poisoning and set out to explore the world.
Business & Economics

Maverick Startup

Author: Yanik Silver

Publisher: Entrepreneur Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 188

View: 953

The Intangibles. The X-Factors. 1. The Big Idea 2. Your Vision 3. High Margins and Premium Prices 4. Get It Out The Door 5. Test and Improve 6. Listen and Shift 7. Create Zealots 8. What's Next? 9. Tap Your Mastermind 10. Create the Fun 11. Create the Impact Shattering the myth that you need money to make money, serial entrepreneur and millionaire Yanik Silver reveals the 11 X-Factors to turn your big idea into even bigger profits—without taking on debt, partnering with outside investors, or even writing a business plan. We’re not talking your typical B-school advice. These are the real-world, underground insights that can take your idea from a little concept on a napkin to throwing off serious revenue in a way that supports and builds up whatever else is important to you These maverick rules are the “little hinges” that swing big doors of opportunity, applied by the most successful and innovative entrepreneurs who dared to fast track their big idea, blaze their own path and simply write their own rules for success. The MAVERICK philosophy: Set your own rules Make more money Have more fun Experience a rich life And give more to make a difference

Discover the Wealth Within You

Author: Ric Edelman

Publisher: Harper Collins


Category: Self-Help

Page: 400

View: 421

Achieve a Healthy, Balanced, and Richly Rewarding Life! Have your goals and dreams gotten lost in your daily struggle to earn and provide for your family? If so, join Ric Edelman on a journey to self-discovery and personal fulfillment. In Discover the Wealth Within You, he shows you how to choose fun, enriching ... and rewarding goals and gives you a simple, straightforward plan for achieving them. You'll discover how easy it is to create wealth, once you're headed in the right direction. After using Ric's work sheets to help you get started, you'll embark on a detailed exploration of personal investing and discover Ric's formula for creating a plan to achieve your goals, build your financial future ... and finance your dream.

101 Things to Do in Florida Before You Up and Die

Author: Ellen Patrick





View: 621

Survive a hurricane. Touch an alligator. Drink from the Fountain of Youth. Count tourists. How many things can you think of to do in Florida? You'll want to share all 101 ideas here (and some of your own) with everyone you know.