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A Society With Fluid Money: Why You Should Dwell in Small Economies

A Society With Fluid Money: Why You Should Dwell in Small Economies

“Money isn’t everything,” that much we know already. Then what’s next? The author, a founder of a crowdfunding company, envisions a society of the future—it’s time to update money and economy.

Things are changing. You find projects online where people are supporting individuals they have never met in person. In return, those individuals pursue their passions, doing something socially meaningful. Money is moving fluidly, going beyond traditional boundaries. We are now witnessing a radical shift in how people relate to others in the society. Changes happening are a smaller scale in comparison to the enterprise activities, but surely, we will see a different world not before long. The author invites you to join him for this collective endeavor. 

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A Story From the World

A Story From the World

Author Maiko Tajima rubbed elbows with people from every corner of the world through her work for the United Nations. In the process, she learned what it takes for people from different backgrounds to cooperate and move toward a common goal.

A Story From the World will enchant and inspire you!

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A Survival Guide to Doing Your Business Globally

A Survival Guide to Doing Your Business Globally

With the increasing demands of globalism for our business, the questions is this: where shall we start to do our business globally? The author teaches nuts and bolts of it all. Read this book and start today!  

These days we hear about pros and cons of globalism on news and social media, but when it comes to its implication for our business, do we know how to take advantage of the ongoing trend? It’s a phenomenon too abstract and big, yet potentially quite profitable for us individually. The author, a Japanese national, is one of a few who truly understand how to start doing business globally. The author has traveled to almost 40 countries and experienced both sweet and sour days in his global entrepreneur career. Filled with hard-won lessons, this book shares what he wishes he knew when he started doing his business globally.

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A Textbook for Sales Leaders

A Textbook for Sales Leaders

Based on the questionnaire research from 1000 samples at 350 companies, this book reveals action principles that sales leaders all share in common. Looking at the results, the author goes on to explain what individual development and organizational management are needed in order to achieve higher sales performance.

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A Zen Guide to Enlightenment

A Zen Guide to Enlightenment

This guide to Zen, written by the vice-head priest of a temple established in 1543, covers everything you need to know about mindfulness, meditation,and more. Delving into topics on living in the now, interconnectedness,happiness, attachment, dealing with irritation, life and death, the afterlife,and temples. A perfect companion to Keisuke Matsumoto’ s international bestseller Buddhist Monk’ s Guidebook to Clean Own House .

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A Zen Psychiatrist’s Wisdom for A Restful Life

A Zen Psychiatrist’s Wisdom for A Restful Life

When is the last time you were truly well-rested? If you always feel tired no matter how much rest you get, you are probably not doing it right. The author, a Zen Buddhist and psychiatrist, will teach you the cutting edge, mindfulness approach to truly resting your mind and body. When is the last time you were truly well-rested? If you always feel tired no matter how much rest you get, you are probably not doing it right. The author, a Zen Buddhist and psychiatrist, will teach you the cutting edge, mindfulness approach to truly resting your mind and body.

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Abnormal Cleaning Services

Abnormal Cleaning Services

This is the printed version of a blog written by the “Service Captain” whose job is to provide “abnormal cleaning services” – in other words, the cleaning and disposal of dead bodies and their possessions. What were the life stories behind the deaths the author cleaned up after in modern Japanese society, where more and more people die from suicide and kodokushi (dying alone) each year? This inspirational account will make you think about what it means to live.

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Adventure Mazes

Adventure Mazes

A fun and innovative way to practice times tables!

Follow the mazes to the end by solving multiplication problems.  Not only that, each page has a list of hidden words, animals, and other objects to find once the maze has been completed.  

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Afraid of Coming Closer: Self-Defense and Love

Afraid of Coming Closer: Self-Defense and Love

How you ever wondered why you always react in a certain way to your significant others? The answer may be found in what the author calls the “self-defense strategy.” Understanding its mechanism is the first step. 

We are all products of our past, in good ways and bad ways. One of the bad influences of the past is what the author calls “self-defense” reaction, where you unconsciously distance yourself from your loved ones. This is the typical reaction found among those who did not receive enough love from their parents in early days. It’s not easy to recognize this by oneself, but more difficult to fix once it becomes habituated. Don’t worry though. This is the book for you. Understanding the mechanism and having a conversation with your significant others about it is the first, yet vital step you can take. Let’s face it, and become an owner of your past. 

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