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The World's Largest Man


The World's Largest Man


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The riotous, tender story of a bookish Mississippi boy and his flawed, Bunyanesque father, told with the comic verve of David Sedaris and the deft satire of Mark Twain or Roy Blount, Jr. Harrison Scott Key was born in Memphis, but he grew up in Mississippi, among pious, Bible-reading women and men who either shot things or got women pregnant. At the center of his world was his larger-than-life father?a hunter, a fighter, a football coach, ?a man better suited to living in a remote frontier wilderness of the nineteenth century than contemporary America, with all its progressive ideas, and paved roads, and lack of armed duels. He was a great man, and he taught me many things: How to fight, how to work, how to cheat, how to pray to Jesus about it, how to kill things with guns and knives and, if necessary, with hammers. Harrison, with his love of books and excessive interest in hugging, couldn?t have been less like Pop, and when it became clear that he was not able to kill anything very well or otherwise make his father happy, he resolved to become everything his father was not: an actor, a Presbyterian, and a doctor of philosophy. But when it was time to settle down and start a family of his own, Harrison started to view his father in a new light, and realized?for better and for worse?how much of his old man he?d absorbed. Sly, heartfelt, and tirelessly hilarious, The World?s Largest Man is an unforgettable memoir?the story of a boy?s struggle to reconcile himself with an impossibly outsized role model, a grown man?s reckoning with the father it took him a lifetime to understand.

The World's Largest Man


The World's Largest Man


$15.65


The riotous, tender story of a bookish Mississippi boy and his flawed, Bunyanesque father, told with the comic verve of David Sedaris and the deft satire of Mark Twain or Roy Blount, Jr. Harrison Scott Key was born in Memphis, but he grew up in Mississippi, among pious, Bible-reading women and men who either shot things or got women pregnant. At the center of his world was his larger-than-life father?a hunter, a fighter, a football coach, ?a man better suited to living in a remote frontier wilderness of the nineteenth century than contemporary America, with all its progressive ideas, and paved roads, and lack of armed duels. He was a great man, and he taught me many things: How to fight, how to work, how to cheat, how to pray to Jesus about it, how to kill things with guns and knives and, if necessary, with hammers. Harrison, with his love of books and excessive interest in hugging, couldn?t have been less like Pop, and when it became clear that he was not able to kill anything very well or otherwise make his father happy, he resolved to become everything his father was not: an actor, a Presbyterian, and a doctor of philosophy. But when it was time to settle down and start a family of his own, Harrison started to view his father in a new light, and realized?for better and for worse?how much of his old man he?d absorbed. Sly, heartfelt, and tirelessly hilarious, The World?s Largest Man is an unforgettable memoir?the story of a boy?s struggle to reconcile himself with an impossibly outsized role model, a grown man?s reckoning with the father it took him a lifetime to understand.

The X and Y of Buy: Sell More and Market Better by Knowing How the Sexes Shop (NelsonFree)


The X and Y of Buy: Sell More and Market Better by Knowing How the Sexes Shop (NelsonFree)


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Shopping for a man's suit? Walk into a department store, and they're right by the door?men's suits in every color and size. A guy gets in and out in plenty of time for kick-off. Need a woman's suit? Block out the afternoon?her clothing is strategically placed in the farthest corner of the store, past the handbags (on sale!), behind the lingerie, and through the jewelry section. Men and women are wired to shop and buy differently, and smart business people not only know it, they know just how to put it to use every day. In The X and Y of Buy, veteran branding, marketing, and salesperson Elizabeth Pace breaks the gender code for you to be successful, generate revenue, and market and sell more effectively."Wow, what an awesome book! I wish it had been written earlier in my career because I definitely would have made more sales. This book is a must read for sales people in all levels of business. I've always said you must be a chameleon to be a successful seller when working with various types of people. The X and Y of Buy takes this a step further, revealing fascinating, successful strategies in working with men and women."Michael Oppenheimer, Market Manager, Clear Channel Radio-Memphis"Reading Elizabeth Pace's The X and Y of Buy is like having the "answers to the test"…knowing the key in communicating to women vs. men makes it simple to be successful! This is a great tool, with great insight, and it is hilarious! I love to laugh and learn, and with this book you do both. It is definitely a "must read" for my Leadership Team!" Cordia Harrington, CEO & the "Bun Lady," Tennessee Bun Company

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