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Half the Battle

Half the Battle Book
Author : Jon Chasteen
Publisher : Gateway Press
Release : 2020-09
ISBN : 9781951227272
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Where have you put your pain? Do you ever feel the pressure to hide your struggles in order to look like a "good Christian"? The truth is, we all face battles and hurts in our lives. Scripture is full of God-fearing men and women who tried to cover up their problems. For Mary and Martha, the death of their brother, Lazarus, was the ultimate devastation. They put his body in a dark place and rolled a stone in front of it. But God knew where they buried their pain, and He knows where you bury yours too. Jon Chasteen explores Old and New Testament examples of people whom God invited to begin the healing process by confronting their secret pain. Through this book with an included study guide, you will learn to: Acknowledge the struggles you've been avoiding Let go of shame and regret Partner with God in your healing Find freedom and lasting peace God wants to visit the place of your pain, redeem your past, and set you free. Will you let Him? Dr. Jon Chasteen is President of The King's University in Southlake, Texas. He and his wife, Michele, also serve as the Lead Pastors of Victory Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Jon's greatest passion is to empower and equip the local church to live, move, and be in the fullness of Christ.

Half the Battle

Half the Battle Book
Author : Robert Mackay
Publisher : Manchester University Press
Release : 2002
ISBN : 9780719058943
File Size : 55,6 Mb
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"This book shows that before World War II the official prognosis in Britain was pessimistic but that measures to bolster morale were taken nevertheless, in particular with regard to protection against air raids. An examination of a range of indicative factors concludes that morale fluctuated but was in the main good, right until the end of the War. In explaining this phenomenon, due credit is accorded to government policies for the maintenance of morale, but special emphasis is given to the ?invisible? chain of patriotic feeling that held the nation together during its time of trial." -- Publisher's description.

Knowing Is Half the Battle

Knowing Is Half the Battle Book
Author : Joseph P. Byrd
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2016-06-17
ISBN : 9781534761414
File Size : 34,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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It is the culmination of a decade-long endeavor to chronicle the life of my father, Jonnie Byrd. He is a Vietnam veteran who served in the 82nd Airborne and also served as a police captain. I focused primarily on his life outside of the military.

Battle of the Labyrinth The Percy Jackson and the Olympians Book 4

Battle of the Labyrinth  The  Percy Jackson and the Olympians  Book 4  Book
Author : Rick Riordan
Publisher : Disney Electronic Content
Release : 2009-05-02
ISBN : 1423131983
File Size : 34,7 Mb
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Percy Jackson isn't expecting freshman orientation to be any fun. But when a mysterious mortal acquaintance appears on campus, followed by demon cheerleaders, things quickly move from bad to diabolical. In this latest installment of the blockbuster series, time is running out as war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord Kronos draws near.

To Win the Battle

To Win the Battle Book
Author : Robert Stevenson
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2013
ISBN : 110702868X
File Size : 40,8 Mb
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In 1915 the 1st Australian Division led the way ashore at Gallipoli. In 1916 it achieved the first Australian victory on the Western Front at Pozières. It was still serving with distinction in the battles that led to the defeat of the German army in 1918. To Win the Battle explains how the division rose from obscurity to forge a reputation as one of the great fighting formations of the British Empire during the First World War, forming a central part of the Anzac legend. Drawing on primary sources as well as recent scholarship, this fresh approach suggests that the early reputation of Australia's premier division was probably higher than its performance warranted. Robert Stevenson shows that the division's later success was founded on the capacity of its commanders to administer, train and adapt to the changing conditions on the battlefield, rather than on the innate qualities of its soldiers.

A full account of the battle of Waterloo the second restoration of Louis xviii and the deportation of Napoleon

A full     account of the     battle of Waterloo  the second restoration of Louis xviii  and the deportation of Napoleon Book
Author : Christopher Kelly
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1818
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 28,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Download A full account of the battle of Waterloo the second restoration of Louis xviii and the deportation of Napoleon book written by Christopher Kelly and published by with total hardcover pages 570 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

The Battle of Brandy Station

The Battle of Brandy Station Book
Author : Eric J Wittenberg
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Release : 2016-08-01
ISBN : 1614230293
File Size : 52,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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This Civil War history and guide examines a major turning point in cavalry combat and includes a GPS guided tour of the battlefield. Just before dawn on June 9, 1863, Union soldiers materialized from a thick fog near the banks of Virginia's Rappahannock River to ambush sleeping Confederates. The ensuing struggle, which lasted throughout the day, was to be known as the Battle of Brandy Station—the largest cavalry battle ever fought on North American soil. These events marked a major turning point in the Civil War: the waning era of Confederate cavalry dominance in the East gave way to a confident and powerful Union mounted arm. Historian Eric J. Wittenberg meticulously captures the drama and significance of these events in this fascinating volume. The GPS guided tour of the battlefield is supplemented with illustrations and maps by master cartographer Steven Stanley.

The Battle of Loos

The Battle of Loos Book
Author : Philip Warner
Publisher : Wordsworth Editions
Release : 2000
ISBN : 9781840222296
File Size : 39,8 Mb
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"On 25th September 1915, and for a few days afterward, the small town of Loos, between Lens and La Bass?e in Northern France, became the centre of one of the most intense and bloody battles of the First World War ... Philip Warner's narrative is vividly brought to life through the words of survivors from all parts of the line: the infantry, the gunners, the officers, and including extracts from the letters and diaries of Sir John French ... Through their accounts and diaries of the time, they reveal one of the most horrific tales of war yet told as well as the heroism and determination that in the end tipped the scales to victory"--Page 4 of cover.

The Battle for Goose Green

The Battle for Goose Green Book
Author : Mark Adkin
Publisher : Casemate Publishers
Release : 2017-04-30
ISBN : 1526707187
File Size : 24,6 Mb
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“Probably the best and most detailed description of a key battle in the 1982 Falklands War . . . an excellent and fast paced narrative.” —Michael McCarthy, historical battlefield guide This book tells the story of the battle for Goose Green—the first crucial clash of the Falklands War—through the eyes of the commanders, both British and Argentine, from brigadier to corporal. It follows in detail, with the aid of maps, the fourteen hours of vicious infantry as both sides struggled for the tiny settlement of Goose Green. The book explains how 2 Para came close to failure as the battalion fought over open ground, in daylight, without adequate fire support against prepared positions. Controversial questions—such as: Was it an unnecessary battle? Why did London overrule the brigadier commander’s reluctance to attack? Did Col. Jones’s solo charge, which won him the Victoria Cross, decide the issue?—are discussed frankly. The author, himself a former infantry officer, has had the full support of the Parachute Regiment, and has assembled the views and comments of over forty-five veterans of all ranks who fought there. “The Falklands War showed British military personnel at their best and most innovative under the most testing of conditions, and the Battle of Goose Green was one of the classic actions . . . The author has made an impressive job of reviewing the important factors, the events and decisions that led to the battle.” —Firetrench “This brought home to me how the infantry fight and how the British Paratrooper has gained a worldwide reputation for being one of the best fighting men around. A superb read.” —Army Rumour Service

The Battle with the Slum

The Battle with the Slum Book
Author : Jacob A. Riis
Publisher : DigiCat
Release : 2022-09-04
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 21,6 Mb
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DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "The Battle with the Slum" by Jacob A. Riis. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.

The Battle of Carthage Missouri

The Battle of Carthage  Missouri Book
Author : Kenneth E. Burchett
Publisher : McFarland
Release : 2012-11-29
ISBN : 0786469595
File Size : 34,7 Mb
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The Battle of Carthage, Missouri, was the first full-scale land battle of the Civil War. Governor Claiborne Jackson's rebel Missouri State Guard made its way toward southwest Missouri near where Confederate volunteers collected in Arkansas, while Colonel Franz Sigel's Union force occupied Springfield with orders to intercept and block the rebels from reaching the Confederates. The two armies collided near Carthage on July 5, 1861. The battle lasted for ten hours, spread over several miles, and included six separate engagements before the Union army withdrew under the cover of darkness. The New York Times called it "the first serious conflict between the United States troops and the rebels." This book describes the events leading up to the battle, the battle itself, and the aftermath.

The Battle over a Civil State

The Battle over a Civil State Book
Author : Limor Lavie
Publisher : State University of New York Press
Release : 2018-06-25
ISBN : 1438470444
File Size : 52,7 Mb
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Traces the genealogy of the Western philosophic concept of the civil state, how that concept was assimilated into Egyptian political thought, and how it affected the 2013 coup against President Mursi. How is the concept of the civil state understood in Arab countries? In The Battle over a Civil State, Limor Lavie examines how this important concept, which originated in Western philosophy, became incorporated into Arab discourse. The civil state as understood in Arab political discourse, Lavie argues, attempts to bridge Islamic history and culture with modernity. It is an attempt to forge a middle ground between a purely theocratic rule and a purely secular rule, and a solution for the tensions between a desire to catch up with global modernization and democratization processes and the desire to reject those same processes. In the political discourse of most of the Arab Spring countries, the concept of the civil state played a pivotal role. In the public debate over the character of Egypt, in particular, following the January 25, 2011 uprising, the demand to establish a civil state was shared by all the political currents. However, when these currents sought to set out basic guidelines for Egypt’s future, it soon became clear that they were far from reaching a consensus, and that the concept of the civil state was at the heart of the controversy between them. The struggle over Egypt's civil character in the post-Mubarak era was the main reason for the turbulence the country experienced on June 30, 2013—leading to the ouster of President Muhammad Mursi. Limor Lavie teaches at Bar Ilan University.

The Greatest Battle

The Greatest Battle Book
Author : Andrew Nagorski
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2007-09-18
ISBN : 1416545735
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The battle for Moscow was the biggest battle of World War II -- the biggest battle of all time. And yet it is far less known than Stalingrad, which involved about half the number of troops. From the time Hitler launched his assault on Moscow on September 30, 1941, to April 20, 1942, seven million troops were engaged in this titanic struggle. The combined losses of both sides -- those killed, taken prisoner or severely wounded -- were 2.5 million, of which nearly 2 million were on the Soviet side. But the Soviet capital narrowly survived, and for the first time the German Blitzkrieg ended in failure. This shattered Hitler's dream of a swift victory over the Soviet Union and radically changed the course of the war. The full story of this epic battle has never been told because it undermines the sanitized Soviet accounts of the war, which portray Stalin as a military genius and his people as heroically united against the German invader. Stalin's blunders, incompetence and brutality made it possible for German troops to approach the outskirts of Moscow. This triggered panic in the city -- with looting, strikes and outbreaks of previously unimaginable violence. About half the city's population fled. But Hitler's blunders would soon loom even larger: sending his troops to attack the Soviet Union without winter uniforms, insisting on an immediate German reign of terror and refusing to heed his generals' pleas that he allow them to attack Moscow as quickly as possible. In the end, Hitler's mistakes trumped Stalin's mistakes. Drawing on recently declassified documents from Soviet archives, including files of the dreaded NKVD; on accounts of survivors and of children of top Soviet military and government officials; and on reports of Western diplomats and correspondents, The Greatest Battle finally illuminates the full story of a clash between two systems based on sheer terror and relentless slaughter. Even as Moscow's fate hung in the balance, the United States and Britain were discovering how wily a partner Stalin would turn out to be in the fight against Hitler -- and how eager he was to push his demands for a postwar empire in Eastern Europe. In addition to chronicling the bloodshed, Andrew Nagorski takes the reader behind the scenes of the early negotiations between Hitler and Stalin, and then between Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill. This is a remarkable addition to the history of World War II.

War and Conflict Quotations

War and Conflict Quotations Book
Author : Michael C. Thomsett,Jean Freestone Thomsett
Publisher : McFarland
Release : 2015-09-02
ISBN : 1476611483
File Size : 30,9 Mb
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History is replete with pronouncements on war. Some reflect on man’s warlike nature (“We are quick to flare up, we races of men on the earth”—Homer); others deal with the practical strategies of the combatants (“If Hitler invaded hell I would make at least a favorable reference to the devil in the House of Commons”—Winston Churchill); and still others offer advice for avoiding conflict (“The most disadvantageous peace is better than the most just war”—Desiderius Erasmus). More than 2,700 quotations on war and conflict are presented in this reference work. The quotations are arranged by more than 100 broad categories, from action to winning. For each, the quotation is first given, followed by its author, the work in which it appeared (when appropriate), and the date. The book includes numerous cross-references, and keyword-in-context and author indexes are provided for further utility.

Missing Half the Story

Missing  Half the Story Book
Author : Kalpana Sharma
Publisher : Zubaan
Release : 2012-12-31
ISBN : 9381017360
File Size : 49,7 Mb
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Toilets, trees and gender? Can there be a connection? Is there a gender angle to a business story? Is gender in politics only about how many women get elected to parliament? Is osteoporosis a women's disease? Why do more women die in natural disasters? These are not the questions journalists usually ask when they set out to do their jobs as reporters, sub-editors, photographers of editors. Yet, by not asking, are they missing out on something, perhaps half the story? This is the question this book, edited and written by journalists, for journalists and the lay public interested in media, raises. Through examples from the media, and from their own experience, the contributors explain the concept of gender-sensitive journalism and look at a series of subjects that journalists have to cover - sexual assault, environment, development, business, politics, health, disasters, conflict - and set out a simple way of integrating a gendered lens into day-to-day journalism. Written in a non-academic, accessible style, this book is possibly the first of its kind in India - one that attempts to inject a gender perspective into journalism. Published by Zubaan.

The Battle of Principles

The Battle of Principles Book
Author : Newell Dwight Hillis
Publisher : DigiCat
Release : 2022-09-04
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 23,7 Mb
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DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "The Battle of Principles" (A Study of the Heroism and Eloquence of the Anti-Slavery Conflict) by Newell Dwight Hillis. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.

The Battle of Hue 1968

The Battle of Hue 1968 Book
Author : James H Willbanks
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Release : 2021-11-25
ISBN : 1472844637
File Size : 38,9 Mb
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In late January 1968, some 84,000 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops launched a country-wide general offensive in South Vietnam, mounting simultaneous assaults on 36 of 44 provincial capitals, and five of the six autonomous cities (including the capital city of Saigon). The longest and bloodiest battle occurred in Hue, the most venerated place in Vietnam. The bitter fighting that raged there for more than three weeks drew the attention of the world. Hue was the ancient capital of Vietnam, and as such, had been previously avoided by both sides; it had not seen any serious fighting prior to 1968. All that changed on the night of January 31 that year when four North Vietnamese battalions and supporting Viet Cong units simultaneously attacked and occupied both parts of the city straddling the Perfume River. The Communist forces dug in and prepared to defend their hold on the city. US Marines and South Vietnamese soldiers were ordered to clear the city, supported by US Army artillery and troops. A brutal urban battle ensued as combat raged from house to house and door to door. It was a bloody fight and resulted in large-scale destruction of Hue. Eventually, the Marines and the South Vietnamese forces retook Hue, but it turned out to be one of the longest and bloodiest battles of the Tet Offensive, and led to a sea change in US policy in Vietnam.

The Battle Of France

The Battle Of France Book
Author : Peter Cornwell
Publisher : After the Battle
Release : 2008-02-28
ISBN : 1399076876
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Peter Cornwell tells the story of the greatest air battle of the Second World War when six nations were locked in combat over north-western Europe for a traumatic six weeks in 1940. He describes the day-to-day events as the battle unfolds, and details the losses suffered by all six nations involved: Britain, France, Holland, Belgium, Germany and, rather belatedly, Italy. As far as RAF fighter squadrons in France were concerned, it was an all-Hurricane show, yet it was the Blenheim and Battle crews who suffered the brunt of the casualties. Every aircraft lost or damaged through enemy action while operating in France is listed together with the fate of the crews. The RAF lost more than a thousand aircraft of all types over the Western Front during the six-week battle, the French Air Force 1,400, but Luftwaffe losses were even higher at over 1,800 aircraft.

Barbarossa Derailed The Battle for Smolensk 10 July 10 September 1941

Barbarossa Derailed  The Battle for Smolensk 10 July 10 September 1941 Book
Author : David Glantz
Publisher : Helion and Company
Release : 2010-11-02
ISBN : 190767750X
File Size : 38,7 Mb
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The first half of a two-part study on Operation Barbarossa, Hitler’s plan to invade Soviet Russia during World War II, and what went wrong. At dawn on 10 July 1941, massed tanks and motorized infantry of German Army Group Center’s Second and Third Panzer Groups crossed the Dnepr and Western Dvina Rivers, beginning what Hitler and most German officers and soldiers believed would be a triumphal march on Moscow, the Soviet capital. Less than three weeks before, on 22 June Hitler had unleashed his Wehrmacht’s massive invasion of the Soviet Union, code-named Operation Barbarossa, which sought to defeat the Soviet Red Army, conquer the country, and unseat its Communist ruler, Josef Stalin. Between 22 June and 10 July, the Wehrmacht advanced up to 500 kilometers into Soviet territory, killed or captured up to one million Red Army soldiers, and reached the western banks of the Western Dvina and Dnepr Rivers, by doing so satisfying the premier assumption of Plan Barbarossa that the Third Reich would emerge victorious if it could defeat and destroy the bulk of the Red Army before it withdrew to safely behind those two rivers. With the Red Army now shattered, Hitler and most Germans expected total victory in a matter of weeks. The ensuing battles in the Smolensk region frustrated German hopes for quick victory. Once across the Dvina and Dnepr Rivers, a surprised Wehrmacht encountered five fresh Soviet armies. Quick victory eluded the Germans. Instead, Soviet forces encircled in Mogilev and Smolensk stubbornly refused to surrender, and while they fought on, during July, August, and into early September, first five and then a total of seven newly mobilized Soviet armies struck back viciously at the advancing Germans, conducting multiple counterattacks and counterstrokes, capped by two major counteroffensives that sapped German strength and will. Despite immense losses in men and materiel, these desperate Soviet actions derailed Operation Barbarossa. Smarting from countless wounds inflicted on his vaunted Wehrmacht, even before the fighting ended in the Smolensk region, Hitler postponed his march on Moscow and instead turned his forces southward to engage “softer targets” in the Kiev region. The “derailment” of the Wehrmacht at Smolensk ultimately became the crucial turning point in Operation Barbarossa. This groundbreaking study, now significantly expanded, exploits a wealth of Soviet and German archival materials, including the combat orders and operational of the German OKW, OKH, army groups, and armies and of the Soviet Stavka, the Red Army General Staff, the Western Main Direction Command, the Western, Central, Reserve, and Briansk Fronts, and their subordinate armies to present a detailed mosaic and definitive account of what took place, why, and how during the prolonged and complex battles in the Smolensk region from 10 July through 10 September 1941. The structure of the study is designed specifically to appeal to both general readers and specialists by a detailed two-volume chronological narrative of the course of operations, accompanied by a third volume and a fourth, containing archival maps and an extensive collection of specific orders and reports translated verbatim from Russian. The maps, archival and archival-based, detail every stage of the battle.

The Battle of Peach Tree Creek

The Battle of Peach Tree Creek Book
Author : Earl J. Hess
Publisher : UNC Press Books
Release : 2017-08-09
ISBN : 1469634201
File Size : 20,9 Mb
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On July 20, 1864, the Civil War struggle for Atlanta reached a pivotal moment. As William T. Sherman's Union forces came ever nearer the city, the defending Confederate Army of Tennessee replaced its commanding general, removing Joseph E. Johnston and elevating John Bell Hood. This decision stunned and demoralized Confederate troops just when Hood was compelled to take the offensive against the approaching Federals. Attacking northward from Atlanta's defenses, Hood's men struck George H. Thomas's Army of the Cumberland just after it crossed Peach Tree Creek on July 20. Initially taken by surprise, the Federals fought back with spirit and nullified all the advantages the Confederates first enjoyed. As a result, the Federals achieved a remarkable defensive victory. Offering new and definitive interpretations of the battle's place within the Atlanta campaign, Earl J. Hess describes how several Confederate regiments and brigades made a pretense of advancing but then stopped partway to the objective and took cover for the rest of the afternoon on July 20. Hess shows that morale played an unusually important role in determining the outcome at Peach Tree Creek--a soured mood among the Confederates and overwhelming confidence among the Federals spelled disaster for one side and victory for the other.

Earn Twice as Much with Half the Stress

Earn Twice as Much with Half the Stress Book
Author : Paul Lemberg,Tom Matzen
Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
Release : 2006-05-01
ISBN : 9781933596242
File Size : 52,9 Mb
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Would you like to know how to earn twice as much income with half the personal and business stress? It's really not that complicated. Here's how... 1. Create an inspiring vision for your business as you want it to be and get people to do what you want by helping them get what they want; 2. Build efficient marketing systems that generate leads for as small of a cost as possible; 3. Qualify those leads so you do business only with clients that you can really help; 4. Delivery extraordinary value to those clients; 5. Manage your financial resources with vigor and passion; 6. Turn-key your business to deliver consistent, predictable, ever-increasing results; 7. Recruit and train enthusiastic staff that share your values; and 8. Make space for abundance, organize your mind for prosperity, and give something back. Do these eight things well, and you'll beat the high-profile mega-corp competitors and turn your "sweat equity" into the business of your dreams. Simple? Yes. Easy? Not a chance. On your own, this process can take years. The statistics published by the US Small Business Administration are that two out of three small businesses don't last beyond six years. That means if you plan to survive, two of your colleagues may not. So how do you increase the odds of you not only surviving, but thriving? Learn from others. Learn what works, learn what doesn't, and learn better, faster, more cost-effective ways. And no doubt, that's why you're reading this today, because you're looking for a better, faster way to build your business. The good news is that is exactly why this site exists. My partner and I have started more than two dozen businesses over the last couple of decades. We have helpedliterally thousands of business owners start, grow, expand, and turn-key their businesses. Have all of these succeeded massively? Nope. Some have, some haven't. And in looking for the secrets to why some did so well, some struggled for years, and some failed, we concluded their were eight areas each business owner needs to have working well. Just like a big old V-8 car engine, you can run with one or two cylinders not working well, but to really get the performance you want, all eight cylinders need to be working together. Your business is the same. If all eight areas work smoothly, delivering consistent, predictable, ever-increasing results, you will have the business of your dreams. And you can literally save years of effort, struggle and expense this way.