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by Victor Hugo Costa

Imagine if you could better understand the world around you… If you could reprogram your brain to tackle life differently.

It turns out you can! Welcome to COACH WORDS.

COACH WORDS is a book of simple explanations to help you tackle everyday words. It is like reprogramming your mind on how to see the world, or better yet a DIFFERENT way to see the world. The book is made up a new perspective to everyday words with quotes from famous athletes, CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Government Officials, and many more. COACH WORDS can help you at work, in your relationships, in your family, and with yourself, the inner soul.

Help COACH WORDS create a difference. Chances are good that it can help you, too.

COACH WORDS by Victor Hugo Costa

Victor Hugo da Costa is a book writer, which, considering where you’re reading this, makes perfect sense. A New York University Stern School of Business Alumni and Serial Entrepreneur Victor Hugo Da Costa takes on writing in order to help readers mature and make sense of the senseless nonsense surrounding us. Read on and understand how simple words can carry greater meaning.

“Your past is written with a black sharpie on a whiteboard, do not dwell on what you cannot erase. Focus on your future, a spotless whiteboard from which you have the power to stain.” – Victor Hugo Costa

Facts, Tips and Tricks About Google

by Sharma

Google, a search engine launched in 1997 by two Stanford students: Larry Page and Sergy Brin. For two years, these students had worked on an advanced method for finding information on the Internet. Since the creation of Google, the company is already worth $ 400 billion! This makes Google one of the most valuable brands in the world. Google has also developed much further than just a search engine. Today you can navigate, mail, watch videos, upload your own videos, read the news, translate other languages and much more. Google is with 3.5 billion searches a day, the most popular search engine in the world. We’ve collected the 10 most interesting and funny facts about Google!


by j lynch

John’s early years had been relatively uneventful, and his grammar school education had left him with more questions than answers regarding his fascination with life beyond that on Earth. he was also left with a curiosity about Australia, which was to result in his emigrating there some years later. Whilst there, he learned about the Aboriginal belief in the ‘Dreamtime’- that time between heaven and earth, where everyone goes when they die. He later makes a discovery so enormous in its implications for him personally, that he questions not only his ability to survive, but even his very identity. We journey with him into these unknown and previously undiscovered territories where anything is possible, and every answer is given – and yet, in the final analysis, do we actually have the power to control our destiny? Will we ever truly come to terms with the limitation of our human understanding? And indeed is the difference between life and death only a dream away?

customs of japan: customs of japan (japan series)

by ouji fukumaru

You can under stand japan “NOW” and customs of old japan .

Green’s Thumb (Men of Retail Book 1)

by Alexander Elliott

Real men, real love, real happy.

Mitch Graham and Karl Hartman are meant for each other – they just don’t know it yet. They’re both gay, middle aged, single, and open to meeting that special someone. Problem is, they never get out of the house!

With Karl working from home, and Mitch’s non-existent social life, it seems unlikely the two will ever meet. When Mitch decides on a whim to visit a new dog park, Karl’s greyhound takes a shine to him and the game is on.

In a sneaky bid to spend more time together, Karl hires Mitch to do some landscaping work on his front yard. It doesn’t take long for something special to grow along with the flowers.


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