Grow in prayer and hearing God By Sophia Kimani Nyoro
Would you like to start and grow in prayer and hearing God’s voice? This book was written with the desire and prayer for many. God is speaking to each one of us daily, we just need to listen. It is not complicated with the one who gave his life for you.
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The compound effect;Darren HardyKShs1,950.00Read more
The compound effect is the strategy of reaping huge rewards from small, seemingly insignificant actions. You cannot improve something until you measure it. Always take 100 percent responsibility for everything that happens to you.
Looters and grabbers;Joe KhamisiKShs3,990.00Add to cart
This book is about unbridled corruption, bribery and scandalous financial skullduggery in one of Africa’s most promising countries, Kenya.
It is a narrative of money-laundering, mega scandals, and international wheeler-dealing, and describes how Mafia-like lobbyists have been devouring the country’s resources with blatant impunity over four regimes since independence in 1963.
It is an important resource for historians, students, researchers, social and political scientists, non-governmental organizations, development and anti-corruption agencies.
Good to Great;Jim CollinsKShs2,295.00Add to cart
Can a good company become a great one? If so, how?
After a five-year research project, Jim Collins concludes that good to great can and doeshappen. In this book, he uncovers the underlying variables that enable any type of organisation to make the leap from good to great while other organisations remain only good. Rigorously supported by evidence, his findings are surprising – at times even shocking – to the modern mind.
Good to Great achieves a rare distinction: a management book full of vital ideas that reads as well as a fast-paced novel. It is widely regarded as one of the most important business books ever written.
Animal Farm;George Orwell (EAP)KShs595.00Add to cart
Mr Jones of Manor Farm is so lazy and drunken that one day he forgets to feed his livestock The ensuing rebellion under the leadership of the pigs Napoleon and Snowball leads to the animals taking over the farm Vowing to eliminate the terrible inequities of the farmyard the renamed Animal Farm is organised to benefit all who walk on four legs
488 Rules for Life by Kitty FlanaganKShs1,150.00Add to cart
488 Rules for Life is Kitty Flanagan’s way of making the world a more pleasant place to live.
Providing you with the antidote to every annoying little thing, these rules are not made to be broken. 488 Rules for Life is not a self-help book, because it’s not you who needs help, it’s other people. Whether they’re walking and texting, asphyxiating you on public transport with their noxious perfume cloud, or leaving one useless square of toilet paper on the roll, a lot of people just don’t know the rules.
But thanks to Kitty Flanagan’s comprehensive guide to modern behaviour, our world will soon be a much better place. A place where people don’t ruin the fruit salad by putting banana in it … where your co-workers respect your olfactory system and don’t reheat their fish curry in the office microwave … where middle aged men don’t have ponytails …
Other rules to live by include:
1. Men must wear shorts over leggings
The gym is no place for people to discover whether or not you are circumcised. That’s a private discussion for another place and time.
2. Team bonding activities should be optional
Some people love it when management decides that an afternoon of bowling or paintballing or (god forbid) karaoke will help everyone work better as a team. Others would rather be dead.
3. Don’t ever mention your ‘happy place’
To me, this sounds less like a pleasant, fun state of mind and more like some kind of utopian wank palace you’ve had built in the basement.
What started as a personal joke is now a quintessential reference book with the power to change society. (Or, at least, make it a bit less irritating.)
What people are (Kitty Flanagan is) saying about this book:
‘You’re welcome everyone.’
‘Thank god for me.’
‘I’d rather be sad and lonely, but right.’
‘There’s not actually 488 rules in here but it sure feels like it’.
Success is never ending Failure is never final;Robert H SchullerKShs1,250.00Add to cart
Success is Never Ending, Failure is Never Final reveals that one’s dreams, even if they are impossible are the way to success. By throwing out the impossibilities, one uproots all the negatives and see the possibilities bloom into positives. The book depicts the steps for turning dreams into reality and the amazing power of possibility thinking. The other topics covered in this book are the 4 Cs of success thinking, how to banish impossibility thinking from one’s life, and the miracle ingredients of faith and hope. Success is Never Ending, Failure is Never Final is for all those people who have been discouraged and are made to believe that they could never realise their dreams and reach their goals. The book motivates those people who are often suicidal as it brings out the positivity in their lives and creates enthusiasm in them to reach their final goal.