After more than twenty years of studying and profiling the politically powerful, the rich and the famous, former CNN and CNBC correspondent and executive producer and host of the PBS-TV series "Great Entrepreneurs" and "Great Leaders" Donald Van de Mark learned that not all newsmakers are exemplary human beings.
Among the world's mega-successes, however, is another group. Van de Mark describes a minority who is surprisingly aware, egalitarian, dutiful and happy. Their associates and staffs love them; their competitors respect them. These people care deeply about others and regularly use their positions to help the larger community. Why is it that just a small minority of leaders are truly good people? How does a person become a super high achiever and remain a great human being?
In the new book, THE GOOD AMONG THE GREAT, Donald Van de Mark went and sought the answer to these questions from dozens of the highest achievers and most beloved characters of modern times. Based on over two decades of interviews, Donald recognized a pattern of attitudes and behavior that makes this group admirable, creative and joyous. Drawing on his observations and in-depth conversations with truly great people like Andy Grove of Intel, Senator Bill Bradley, Dr. Andrew Weil, and Meryl Streep and insights from renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow's study of peak or “self-actualizing” human beings,
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Dietitian Clara Schneider Tells Us How We Can Manage Our Metabolism and Control Our Weight With Our Diet!
Thyroid problems, affecting an estimated 25 million people, can wreak havoc on your metabolism and overall health. With this diet book, you will find more than 100 recipes that are specifically designed to help you manage your condition and weight.
Clara Schneider, RN, LDN, RD, MS, CDE has lived with thyroid disease for more than thirty years and has the same number of years' experience in the fields of nutrition and health. She provides personal counseling, workshops, and recipe analysis for her patients; is a public speaker; and helps businesses work with special health and nutrition needs. Schneider has a Master of Science Degree from the University of Maryland in Human Nutrition, and is the former Director of the Diabetes Program at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, VA. She has written books on diabetes and disease prevention and has a private nutritional practice in North Carolina.
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KFC is opening its restaurant doors to choirs in the hopes of raising the roof – and some funds for financially struggling choirs nationwide – as part of a new national pilot program.
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