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How to Archer

by Sterling Archer

Hi. I see you're reading the back of my book. This tells me that you either: A) are hoping to find a brief summary of what to expect from a how-to book by Sterling Archer, the world's greatest secret agent, or B) don't know how books work. If your answer was "A," your best bet is probably the table of contents, which is where you'll find the "contents" of this book listed in a convenient, easy-to-read "table" format. So maybe go check that out for a minute and then come back here. I'll wait. . . . Pretty cool, right? What other book will teach you how to dress properly and how to drive an elephant? How to field strip an AK-47 and how to haggle with a Thai prostitute-in her native tongue? How to pilot an airboat and how to make about a million delicious cocktails, including a Molotov one? How to kill a guy and how to prepare a fabulous brunch? Plus how to do tons of other stuff that I forgot, but that is nonetheless probably in this book (which, to be honest, I really only kinda skimmed). So if you want to learn more about how to be more-or at all-like Sterling Archer, the world's greatest secret agent, quit smearing your greasy fingerprints all over this book and buy it. For one thing, I really need the royalties. For another thing, the last time I checked, this wasn't a damn library. (Note: If your answer was "B," this probably isn't the book you want to start with.)

How to Argue and Win Every Time: At Home, at Work, in Court, Everywhere, Every Day

by Gerry Spence

The Laws of Arguing According to Gerry Spence. Everyone is capable of making the winning argument. Winning is getting what we want, which also means helping "others" get what they want. Learn that words are a weapon, and can be used hostilely in combat.

How to Avoid Shipwreck

by Mark Barclay

In this book, the author discusses how people are giving in to sin, and not holding onto their faith and a good conscience. This leads to shipwreck. He tells how we can avoid this.

How to Avoid the Ten Biggest Home-Buying Traps

by Patrick Hogan A. M. Watkins

Buying a house can be a wonderful experience if you understand not only what to buy, but also what not to buy. But can you avoid common homebuying mistakes if you don't know what they are? Let How to Avoid the 10 Biggest Homebuying Traps guide you safely through the process of buying your home by showing you what pitfalls to identify and sidestep. With this guidance, you can successfully navigate potential money traps to find the home of your dreams. How To Avoid the 10 Biggest Homebuying Traps reveals the ten most common, and costly, mistakes homebuyers make. Guided by real estate expert Art Watkins, you'll learn how to spot and avoid: Houses that are overpriced for their value New construction by shady builders Homes that are marginal in quality Houses packed with special features for an impulse buy Garbled floor plans that reduce a home's value Homes that are expensive energy guzzlers, and much more.

How to Babysit a Grandpa

by Lee Wildish Jean Reagan

This is a hilarious and accessible picture book about a child spending time with his grandpa. Written in a how-to style, the narrator gives important tips for "babysitting" a grandpa, including what to eat for snack (anything dipped in ketchup, ice cream topped with cookies, cookies topped with ice cream) what to do on a walk (find lizards and dandelion puffs, be on the lookout for puddles and sprinklers), and how to play with a grandpa (build a pirate cave, put on a scary play). Filled with humor, energy, and warmth, this is a great gift for or from a grandparent, and perfect for lap reading when Grandpa comes to visit!

How to Back Up a Trailer

by Kurt Anderson

This is an informative yet funny read that no real guy should be without.

How to Be a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of Wealth

by Martin S. Fridson

A comprehensive picture of the real strategies and tactics that built the great business fortunes of modern times. Packed with engaging accounts of titans, How to Be a Billionaire will show you principles that can increase your wealth and business acumen.

How to Be a Budget Fashionista®

by Kathryn Finney

Good news: You don't have to sacrifice style just to pay your electric bill. Kathryn Finney, a. k. a. the Budget Fashionista, is the expert on all things chic and cheap. Now she opens up her Prada bag of shopping and style tips to make you fashionably frugal, with change to spare. It's as easy as 1-2-3! 1. Know your budget: Learn innovative, money-saving ways to increase your clothing funds. 2. Know your style: Get helpful hints from fashion insiders and use them to develop your own mode of self-expression. 3. Know your bargains: Discover the art of scoring exclusive friends-and- family coupons for your favorite department stores Whether you're a homemaker from Houston, a grandma from Grand Rapids, or an M. D. from Manhattan, you don't need to break the bank to look your best. With great cost-cutting tips, at-home spa secrets, designer discount websites, and access to exclusive deals, The Budget Fashionista is like having your own personal stylist at your beck and call. So before you go out and commit the eighth deadly sin-buying a fake Louis Vuitton-read this must-have guide and learn to be style-smart and budget-wise!

How to Be a Christian in a Brave New World

by Joni Eareckson Tada Nigel M. de S. Cameron

Stem-cell research. Cloning. Genetic engineering. Today, discoveries in biotechnology are occurring so rapidly that we can barely begin to address one ethical debate before another looms overhead. This brave new world we've entered is a daunting one as well, with disturbing implications for the sanctity of life and for human nature itself. How should we respond as Christians? Drawing on an abundance of cutting-edge information and life experience, Joni Eareckson Tada and Nigel M. de S. Cameron help you think through issues no Christian can afford to ignore. As a quadriplegic who has spent three decades advocating for the disability community out of a wheelchair, Joni offers the insights of a woman intimately acquainted with suffering and struggle. Dr. Cameron shares from his vast knowledge as one of today's foremost bioethics. Together, they offer deeply informed perspectives on such pressing issues as Human cloning Designer babies Redefining human nature Human harvesting Here is thoughtful, passionate, and gripping reading about the world that is coming-that, indeed, is already here-and how to live out your faith with conviction in its midst.

How to Be a Great Call Center Representative

by Robert W. Lucas

Give your front-line call center staff the training they need! With How to Be a Great Call Center Representative, call-center staff will learn what technology-based customer service is all about, including the history, terminology, legislation, and technology options. This book is designed to supplement and enhance the industry-specific policies and procedures plus local, state, and federal guidelines to which a call center staff must adhere. Filled with exercises and self-assessments, the course presents specific, practical strategies for improving listening skills, building trust with customers, problem solving, and decision-making--all within the context of a busy call center. How to Be a Great Call Center Representative provides all the tools needed to be confident in handling customers and building a foundation for future growth and advancement. Readers will learn how to: * Identify the roles and responsibilities of a call center staff * Prepare yourself to deliver quality service * Learn to communicate successfully * Identify current legislation, terminology, and technology affecting call center staff * Develop skills for building trust * Enhance telephone verbal skills and vocal quality * Build problem solving and decision-making skills * Learn to handle difficult customer situations * Improve your time-management and multitasking skills * Identify ways to control your stress level * Learn to recover from mistakes--yours and your customer's

How to Be a Grown Up

by Stacy Kaiser

Are you pleased with the progress you've made so far in achieving your hopes and dreams? Are you excited about what's coming next in your life? Or do you need a complete overhaul? In How to Be a Grown Up, renowned psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser demonstrates the life-changing benefits of embracing the concept of the "fully loaded grown up." After counseling thousands of patients, she has identified ten critical areas that determine success, happiness, and fulfillment--from conscientious money management to developing strong coping skills to building the right kind of friendships and intimate partnerships. How to Be a Grown Up begins with "The Quiz," the first step to empowering you by helping you become an expert on your own life, exploring what you really want and need in every area of life. In chapters packed full of tips, tools, and exercises, Stacy takes you on a journey of self-discovery in which you evaluate your individual strengths and weaknesses as well as identify self-sabotaging traits and learn how to change them once and for all. Had trouble keeping your cool the last time you talked to your mom? Read up on the secrets of dynamic communicators. Reevaluating your circle of friends? Discover the six types of grown-up friendships and appreciate your relationships for what they are. Stuck on a frustrating rung of the corporate ladder? Learn the traits that every employer loves--and how to master them yourself. Fully loaded grown ups are fully empowered and in charge of their own lives. They are able to initiate change instead of just reacting to events, bounce back from setbacks and disappointments, and enjoy more satisfying relationships--with everyone, including themselves. Most important, fully loaded grown ups enjoy true freedom--not the kind envisioned as a child, meaning eating ice cream for dinner, but absolute confidence in their ability to live their own best life. With her trademark mix of warmth and toughness, Stacy motivates readers to rally their strengths, let go of childish, outgrown attachments, and arrive at a peaceful balance between freedom and responsibility. Whether you feel you've lost control of your life or you just need a tune-up in an area or two, How to Be a Grown Up is a wise and witty life guide for the twenty-first century.

How to Be a Hepburn in a Hilton World: The Art of Living with Style, Class, and Grace

by Jordan Christy

In a society driven by celebutante news and myspace profiles, women of class, style and charm are hard to come by. The Audrey and Katharines of the world continue to lose their lustre as thongs, rehab and outrageous behaviour burn up the daily headlines. But, despite appearances, guys still want a girl they can take home to their mother, employers still like to see a tailored suit and peers still respect classy conduct. So is it possible to maintain old fashioned virtues in a modern world without looking like a starchy Amish grandma? Christy shows women how in this guide to glamorous style, professional success and true love...the classy way. Full of fun assignments, notable names and real-life examples, Christy offers a new look at seemingly 'old fashioned' advice. She covers diet, speech, work ethic, friends, relationships, manners, makeup and fashionable yet modest clothing, showing modern ladies how they can be beautiful, intelligent and fun while retaining values and morals

How to Be a High School Superstar: A Revolutionary Plan to Get into College by Standing Out (Without Burning Out)

by Cal Newport

What if getting into your reach schools didn't require four years of excessive A. P. -taking, overwhelming activity schedules, and constant stress?

How to Be a Medieval Knight

by Fiona Macdonald Mark Bergin

Are your estates in order? Can you recite poetry, or sing, or play a lute? Have you had your hair cut, squire? Are you sitting comfortably in all that armor? Will you perform your duties with honor and chivalry? Are you really worthy of pursuing your destiny as a knight of olde, among the elite of medieval society in status and wealth? You know you are! So arise, Sir Reader, and go forth and nobly answer your calling.

How to Be a Movie Star

by William J. Mann

Elizabeth Taylor has never been short on star power, but in this unprecedented biography, the spotlight is entirely on her--a spirited beauty full of magic, professional daring, and wit. Acclaimed biographer William Mann follows Elizabeth Taylor publicly as she makes her ascent at MGM, falls into (and out of) marriages, wins Oscars, fights studio feuds, and combats America's conservative values with her decidedly modern love affairs. But he also shines a light on Elizabeth's rich private life, revealing a love for her craft and a loyalty to the underdog that fueled her lifelong battle against the studio system. Swathed in mink, disposing of husbands but keeping the diamonds--this is Elizabeth Taylor as she lived and loved, breaking and making the rules in the game of supreme celebrity.

How to Be a Person

by The Staff of The Stranger Dan Savage Lindy West Christopher Frizzelle Bethany Jean Clement

Most colleges provide a pile of orientation materials, but they're basically useless. Feel free to throw all that away. This guide from the writers and editors of The Stranger has the information you will actually need that no one else will tell you--for college and for the rest of your existence--including: which majors to avoid, how to not get a STD, everything there is to know about philosophy (in a single paragraph!), what the music you like says about you, how to turn a crush into something more, how to come out (should you happen to be gay), how to binge drink and not die, how do laundry, how to do drugs (and which ones you should never do), good manners, tips on flirting with film nerds, how to write a great sentence, and a state-by-state guide to the U.S. of A. It's all here, along with Dan Savage's very best advice about sex and love. Hi!

How to Be a Pirate

by John Malam David Antram

Pirates Needed-- apply at the Singing Sailors Inn. Do you have what it takes to become a pirate aboard the sloop Dolphin and sail the Spanish Main? The year is 1680, and once you sign on to the ship, there's no turning back. You'll need to learn new skills, like tying knots, rowing, and sword fighting. You'll be taught how to pump out the bilge and repair torn sails. But most of all, you'll want to capture ships and seize their treasure. Be ready to answer questions during your job interview at the end of the book. Answer most of them right, and you'll get the job!

How to be a Pirate

by Sue Fliess

Ahoy, landlubber! Come with me.Board me ship upon the sea!Not a pirate? Don't know how? Ye can learn to be one now!Little landlubbers get to earn their sea legs on a pirate ship amidst the goofiest pirates ever. There's lingo to learn (Gangway! Blimey! Yo-ho-ho!), a pirate look to choose (Pick a parrot for your arm. Every pirate's lucky charm!), and most importantly, pirate rules to learn (No more toothpaste! Farewell, bath! Once ye choose the pirate path!).This rollicking read-aloud will be a hit among boys, girls, and parents alike!

How to Be a Proper Lady

by Katharine Ashe

The Rules of Being a Proper Lady 1) Never take steps greater than six inches apart. 2) Never look boldly at a gentleman. 3) And never, ever, kiss a man who is not your fiancÉ. But beautiful, bold Viola Carlyle doesn't care about the rules. And she desperately wants to kiss the notoriously tempting Captain Jin Seton, the man who brought her kicking and fighting back to English society. Kidnapped as a child, now she longs to return to that life of freedom where she was able to live-and love-as she wished. Having hunted Viola for two years, Jin Seton has finally found his good luck-for, by finding Viola, his oldest, deepest debt will at last be paid. And although he has vowed not to let her win his heart, this very improper lady might finally be the one who tames him.

How to Be a Revolutionary War Soldier

by Thomas Ratliff

These are tense times between Britain and her American colonies. In Boston, tea has been dumped in the harbor and revolution is brewing in the streets. Militias are drilling in town squares and all around you can hear the call of freedom. But how will you be trained? How will you be paid? How will weapons be supplied? And uniforms? What if you are wounded? This abundantly illustrated book will prime you for the interview that will determine your fate-and the war that will forge America's future. Prepare to answer the call!

How to Be a Samurai Warrior

by Fiona Macdonald John James

Can you handle a horse? Are you skillful with a bow? Are you brave in the face of danger? Will you wear this smelly, lice-infested armor with dignity? Have you truly earned the respect and honor shown to the samurai? Are you of honorable lineage? Will you show absolute loyalty to your lord? Do you understand that dishonor will bring death-by that same sword that you must sleep beside every night of your life? Are you ready to rise in rank?

How to Be a Sister: A Love Story with a Twist of Autism

by Eileen Garvin

Eileen Garvin's older sister, Margaret, was diagnosed with severe autism at age three causing awkward, hilarious, and heartbreaking situations. What is she going to do about Margaret? Will she remain in Margaret's life, or walk away? How to Be a Sister will speak to siblings, parents, friends, and teachers of people with autism and to anyone who sometimes struggles to connect with someone difficult or different.

How to Be a Star

by M. Doty

High school is the time to shine.Tired of playing sidekick to her superstar-athlete best friend, Kimi Chen has decided it's time to step into the spotlight and snag her own place at the coveted center table of the cafeteria. When her low-budget music video hits the Web and goes viral, forget about being just popular -- Kimi is famous! Boys want to date her, girls want to be her, and she is even asked to perform on her favorite TV show. After years of feeling stranded on the bottom rung of the social ladder, Kimi finds that things are finally looking up.But when fame gets in the way of her friendships, Kimi's celebrity begins to lose some of its sparkle. Being a star, it turns out, may be more than she bargained for.Discover the high price of fame and stardom in this second novel in the Surviving High School series, based on the hit mobile game from Electronic Arts.

How to Be a Successful Online Student

by Sara Dulaney Gilbert

According to the National Center for Education Statistics more than 85% of public universities offer non-residential long-distance learning and courses, degrees, or career credentials.

How to Be a Vampire: A Fangs-on Guide for the Newly Undead

by Amy Gray

For those who join the decadent realm of the vampire, eternal life holds juicy perks--charm and strength, shape-shifting and flying, telepathy and super-powered senses. "How to Be a Vampire" is a comprehensive guide to the vampire lifestyle that quenches newcomers' thirst for lore--and tasteful tips. Illustrations.

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