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The Secret of Directional Investing Making Money Amidst the Red-Blue Rumble [Audiobook]


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English | ASIN: B0D4R5SBFH | 2024 | 9 hours and 25 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 258 MB
Author: James P. Pinkerton
Narrator: Tom Parks

To know the trend, spot the trend, or shape the trend is to make money. The trend is your friend-investors know that. But the biggest money comes from the biggest events. The more delta, the more alpha. In that spirit, The Secret of Directional Investing offers a new way of thinking about investing, steeped in culture and history. Focusing on megatrends, this book points out ways to profit from an understanding of two kinds of trends: those that can be spotted, and those that can be shaped. There’s money in both. The Romans weren’t kidding when they said, Audentes Fortuna luvat-Fortune favors the bold. The Secret of Directional Investing is a bold look at investments and potential investments.

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The Secret Language of the Body Regulate Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, Free Your Mind [Audiobook]


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English | ASIN: B0CMVSZVZ2 | 2024 | 8 hours and 41 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 248 MB
Author: Jennifer Mann, Karden Rabin
Narrator: Jennifer Mann, Karden Rabin

Inspiring, refreshing and practical – a delightfully lucid guide to healing yourself. From two mind-body practitioners comes the new essential self-healing bible-a revolutionary body-first guide to reducing stress, curing long-term pain, and healing from trauma for good using your body’s own nervous system. Your autonomic nervous system is responsible for the constant but mostly subconscious communication between your brain and body. When you experience stress, anxiety, or trauma, your nervous system formulates responses to keep you alive. But you can also become trapped in survival mode if you’re consistently exposed to unsafe environments, toxic relationships, or destructive thought patterns.

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The Secret Language of the Body Regulate Your Nervous System, Heal Your Body, Free Your Mind [Audiobook]


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English | ASIN: B0CMVSZVZ2 | 2024 | 8 hours and 41 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 248 MB
Author: Jennifer Mann, Karden Rabin
Narrator: Jennifer Mann, Karden Rabin

Inspiring, refreshing and practical – a delightfully lucid guide to healing yourself. From two mind-body practitioners comes the new essential self-healing bible-a revolutionary body-first guide to reducing stress, curing long-term pain, and healing from trauma for good using your body’s own nervous system. Your autonomic nervous system is responsible for the constant but mostly subconscious communication between your brain and body. When you experience stress, anxiety, or trauma, your nervous system formulates responses to keep you alive. But you can also become trapped in survival mode if you’re consistently exposed to unsafe environments, toxic relationships, or destructive thought patterns.

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The Invisible Doctrine The Secret History of Neoliberalism (& How It Came to Control Your Life) [Audiobook]


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English | 16 May 2024 | ASIN: B0CJ9M7C42, B0CKRZXPBN | M4B@64 kbps | 4h 29m | 244 MB
Authors: George Monbiot, Peter Hutchison | Narrator: George Monbiot
Neoliberalism is the dominant ideology of our time. It shapes us in countless ways, yet most of us struggle to articulate what it is. Worse, we have been persuaded to accept this extreme creed as a kind of natural law. In Invisible Doctrine, journalist George Monbiot and filmmaker Peter Hutchison shatter this myth. They show how a fringe philosophy in the 1930s-championing competition as the defining feature of humankind-was systematically hijacked by a group of wealthy elites, determined to guard their fortunes and power. Think tanks, corporations, the media, university departments and politicians were all deployed to promote the idea that people are consumers, rather than citizens.
One of the most pernicious effects has been to make our various crises-from climate disasters to economic crashes, from the degradation of public services to rampant child poverty-seem unrelated. In fact, they have all been exacerbated by the "invisible doctrine," which subordinates democracy to the power of money. Monbiot and Hutchison connect the dots-and trace a direct line from neoliberalism to fascism, which preys on people’s hopelessness and desperation.

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Shady Characters The Secret Life of Punctuation, Symbols, and Other Typographical Marks [Audiobook]


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English | November 14, 2023 | ASIN: B0CLVT8X1S | M4B@64 kbps | 7h 9m | 213 MB
Author: Keith Houston | Narrator: Elliot Fitzpatrick
A charming and indispensable tour of two thousand years of the written word, Shady Characters weaves a fascinating trail across the parallel histories of language and typography.
Whether investigating the asterisk (*) and dagger ()-which alternately illuminated and skewered heretical verses of the early Bible-or the at sign (@), which languished in obscurity for centuries until rescued by the Internet, Keith Houston draws on myriad sources to chart the life and times of these enigmatic squiggles, both exotic () and everyday (&).

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Mathematica A Secret World of Intuition and Curiosity [Audiobook]


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English | ASIN: B0D3FF7Y3D | 2024 | MP3@64 kbps | ~09:12:00 | 253 MB
Math has a reputation for being inaccessible. People think that it requires a special gift or that comprehension is a matter of genes. Yet, the greatest mathematicians throughout history, from Rene Descartes to Alexander Grothendieck, have insisted that this is not the case. Like Albert Einstein, who famously claimed to have "no special talent," they said that they had accomplished what they did using ordinary human doubts, weaknesses, curiosity, and imagination.
David Bessis guides us on an illuminating path toward deeper mathematical comprehension, reconnecting us with the mental plasticity we experienced as children. With simple, concrete examples, Bessis shows how mathematical comprehension is integral to the great learning milestones of life, such as learning to see, to speak, to walk, and to eat with a spoon.
Focusing on the deeply human roots of mathematics, Bessis dispels the myths of mathematical genius. He offers an engaging initiation into the experience of math not as a series of discouragingly incomprehensible logic problems but as a physical activity akin to yoga, meditation, or a martial art. This perspective will change the way you think not only about math but also about intelligence, intuition, and everything that goes on inside your head.

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Counter-Intelligence What the Secret World Can Teach Us About Problem-Solving and Creativity [Audiobook]


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English | ASIN: B0CVSF9C4Z | 2024 | 8 hours and 17 minutes | MP3@64 kbps | 228 MB
Author: Robert Hannigan
Narrator: Robert Hannigan

From the codebreakers and problem solvers, to the engineers, mathematicians and other problem-solvers – what the secret world can teach us about performance and creativity. How do you hire smart people who can work together to prevent terrorist attacks and decode encrypted technology? How do you come up with creative, counterintuitive solutions to solve major global problems? How do you provide the right environment for these people to thrive and work at their best when under immense pressure? Written by Robert Hannigan, the former Director of GCHQ, this book explores the role of the counter-intelligence services in history and today’s world – from the codebreakers and problem solvers, to innovation and creativity, secrecy and transparency and the global tech community. It will trace the history of counter-intelligence – from the early days of Bletchley Park, to the ongoing work of GCHQ – while reflecting on some of the unique characteristics of the engineers, mathematicians and other problem-solvers that make up the world’s intelligence community. An exhaustive and authoritative account of the history of counter-intelligence from Bletchley Park to modern day GCHQ, this brilliant and unique book will appeal to business readers, history readers and fans of smart thinking and big ideas around the world.

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Secret Disk Professional 2024.03 Multilingual


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Secret Disk can create additional disk on your PC, which can be invisible and locked with a password within one second. You can make your private files and folders invisible and protected. You don’t need to format your hard disk or make any changes to boot sector.

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The Wolves of K Street The Secret History of How Big Money Took Over Big Government [Audiobook]


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English | ASIN: B0CLHHKWXK | 2024 | 19 hours and 54 minutes | MP3@64 kbps | 546 MB
Author: Brody Mullins, Luke Mullins
Narrator: Jacques Roy

Two veteran investigative journalists trace the rise of the modern lobbying industry through the three dynasties-one Republican, two Democratic-that have enabled corporate interests to infiltrate American politics and undermine our democracy. On K Street, a few blocks from the White House, you’ll find the offices of the most powerful men in Washington. In the 1970s, the city’s center of gravity began to shift away from elected officials in big marble buildings to a handful of savvy, handsomely paid operators who didn’t answer to any fixed constituency. A dazzling and infuriating portrait of fifty years of corporate influence in Washington, The Wolves of K Street is a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction-irresistibly dramatic, spectacularly timely, explosive in its revelations, and absolutely impossible to put down.

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