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*Just search The Dark That Dwells Beneath Te Aro at your library service of choice.
Do you take life too seriously even though you know it is so temporary…….? Have you found yourself postponing the things that you really want to do……….? Do you ever wish you could enjoy your work a little more or wonder where to find purpose, happiness, or just contentment?
Signing off on an exhilarating 35-year-long career in managing hotels, Rahul drew a line in the sand and repurposed. This mindset to contentment is explored and challenged in this ‘why to’ rather than ‘how to' book. Here in his third publication, he takes a deep dive into perspective in life and the joy of philanthropy as he takes you on a journey to disrupt the norm and be part of something bigger than yourself.
Is it wise to postpone so many of the things that make our heart sing, to sometime later on when there is no guarantee that such a time will come for you and what state of mind or health you will be in? Repurpose, the realignment of life to create a purpose, maybe the answer and that can be done at any time. The key message is not to postpone anything that is important to you!
This book will help readers in their twenties right across to their sixties and beyond to think about the bigger picture, as they ponder the thought-provoking questions at the end of some chapters and the disruptive challenges at the end of others. The emotions and complexities of our lives are balanced against the practicalities of real-life financials The very last chapter reviews the meaning of life with perspectives from the world’s great intellectual traditions, intricately blended in with the author's own references.
New Zealand bilingual children’s picture books and audiobooks in English and Te Reo Māori.
Nana’s Shed Books Read-Along Audiobooks are a collection of child-centred stories that provide opportunity for growing readers to hear, first-hand, what fluent reading in English and te reo Māori should sound like.
The narrations model how each story should sound, by incorporating proper pacing, the intonations of reading, and how punctuation should sound. They also provide growing readers with an expanding vocabulary and help to improve reading accuracy, fluency and speed - skills that are key to future success in independent reading, and in reading aloud.
The Nana’s Shed Books Read-Along Audiobook collection complements the matching hard copy collection. Using the two together allows growing readers to utilise the visual clues embedded in the illustrations, while following the words on the page with their eyes, listening to the words being read to them, learning to pronounce new words, and responding to the ruru call to turn the page.
The added benefit of Nana’s Shed Books Read-Along Audiobooks is that they can be listened to in all manner of situations; on long car trips, on wet days, while also supporting the development of reading skills, including language comprehension, the ability to understand and retain information, and the thrill of reading independence.
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Read Along Audiobooks
*Just Search Marie Munro at your library service of choice.
Written and Read By: Brett Ashley
After spending many years in the corporate world, during which time he became aware of how easy it is to become trapped in an unsatisfying workplace, Brett Ashley is clear that the most important lesson he learned involved creating an environment in which everyone thrived. Although he didn’t always have the support of his employers, he persevered and before long senior management could see that the structures he put in place not only brought increased profits, but also greater job satisfaction for everyone in his team. ‘The Key to Unlocking Your Potential’ takes a refreshing approach to making the most of every day at work, especially for those tasked with getting the best from their team, as well as making fascinating and valuable reading for anyone who feels ‘locked’ into their job.
Written By: Karen Mcmillan