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99 Series Books

DocUmeant Publishing is proud to be the publisher of the 99 book series. These travel-size books are written by accredited academic, professional authors and are presented in a quick, easy read and an anecdote-laden format that gives practical advice on topics ranging from money, losing fat for life, marriage, dating, teen sex and child rearing, to self-esteem, retirement, financial planning, and so much more. There is literally ‘something for everyone’ in this ten-book package. No more reading through hundreds of pages of huge books to get to one paragraph that pertains to your particular issue – the ninety-nine concise bullet points make it so easy to get right to the point you need.

All 99 Book Series books are available in Print and eBook format.
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Business/Education

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Starting Your Own Business99 Things WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE® STARTING THEIR OWN BUSINESS is THE must-have guide for any woman starting her own business. Designed as your very own "coach in a pocket," it’s full of unique tips on creating a hugely successful business and incorporating it into your life. This guide will navigate you through your journey into entrepreneurship, with tips on how to unlock your passion; tricks on writing a stellar business plan that will be sure to get approved; techniques on developing a killer marketing and sales plan; proven methods on how to motivate employees, keep your clients loyal; manage the emotional side of business; how to balance it all... and MORE!

 

 

 

Going to Culinary School99 THINGS YOU WISH YOU KNEW BEFORE GOING TO CULINARY SCHOOL is the first book of its kind. In its pages, Regina Varolli—who grew up in restaurants and is a contributor to Huffington Post / Food—offers indispensible advice gathered over a lifetime spent with industry professionals. Full of insightful quotes from chefs like Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, Duff Goldman, Marcus Samuelsson, and Susur Lee, 99 THINGS YOU WISH YOU KNEW BEFORE GOING TO CULINARY SCHOOL will help everyone from high school students to career changers make the best decision about their education and career.

This easy-to-read book also reveals insights on making the most of school—or no school, and is packed with information you won’t find anywhere else. 99 THINGS YOU WISH YOU KNEW BEFORE GOING TO CULINARY SCHOOL is a must read for anyone contemplating an education and a career in the dynamic, competitive culinary industry.

 



General Education

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Servicing Your Car

At 20 years old, walking into a car dealer (new or used), you’re excited and nervous all at the same time!

You can’t wait to drive your first car! It’s all yours, no more parents saying you can’t use it, no more having to wait your turn after your brother or sister! It’s all yours! But, before you sign that paper....do you know everything you need to ask? We asked Towanda, our expert, the questions that young women just don’t know to ask. Read carefully and get behind that wheel knowing full well you’ve done your homework!

 

Culinary School

99 THINGS YOU WISH YOU KNEW BEFORE GOING TO CULINARY SCHOOL is the first book of its kind. In its pages, Regina Varolli—who grew up in restaurants and is a contributor to Huffington Post / Food—offers indispensible advice gathered over a lifetime spent with industry professionals. Full of insightful quotes from chefs like Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, Duff Goldman, Marcus Samuelsson, and Susur Lee, 99 THINGS YOU WISH YOU KNEW BEFORE GOING TO CULINARY SCHOOL will help everyone from high school students to career changers make the best decision about their education and career.

This easy-to-read book also reveals insights on making the most of school—or no school, and is packed with information you won’t find anywhere else. 99 THINGS YOU WISH YOU KNEW BEFORE GOING TO CULINARY SCHOOL is a must read for anyone contemplating an education and a career in the dynamic, competitive culinary industry.


Women's Empowerment

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retirement planning for women

Money and emotion are two worlds that never go well together, like oil and water! Women either have a great relationship with money, or it’s a disaster. With approximately 40 million baby boomers coming into retirement in America alone, the question that I have asked myself over and over again is: Are they ready?

Women work their whole lives to earn their pay and make their way, all while hopefully building a successful marriage and having children. They start to think about retirement only when they reach the near-50 mark. If you start thinking about retirement in your 50s, it’s too late.

Having worked in the financial world for over 20 years as a financial advisor, I’ve spent thousands of hours meeting with clients, helping them build retirement plans, and teaching them what investing means. The most significant part of my career focuses on building relationships. For the last 6 years, I have devoted all my energy towards baby boomer women. Many reasons influenced that decision, but the biggest reason was that I had become a statistic again!!

99 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE® PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT is your easy-to-read, easy-to-understand pocket coach to inspire you to do more for yourself where money is concerned! Get smart about your money!

Stressing Out

99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out! is a school house of stress relief insights and practices empowering men and women to live life without the stress.

Lauren brings 18 years of stress relief study and practice along with her own experience through two of the top stressors at the same time, cancer and divorce, as she lays out essential tools needed to maintain inner peace in the midst of life’s challenges.

This book is packed full of valuable, easy to use information that, when applied, holds the potential to transform your entire perception of life. Take back your ability to live life without rising and falling depending on the world around you.

Getting Fit Without Going to the Gym

There is a health crisis in this country, an epidemic of humongous proportion. Currently more than 1 billion adults are overweight—and at least 300 million of them are clinically obese.Time and money or lack of them are he biggest perceived barrier to living  a fit healthy life with the body you always dreamed of having. We are spending most of our waking hours at work, commuting  and  taking  care  of our family’s needs. With all of the demands placed on our time who has even an extra minute to get to the gym?

Our bodies are meant to be in motion, and in this book I will show you how to do that without spending a cent or ever setting foot in a gym!

EVERY person has the ability to eliminate their own personal barriers to becoming fit and live their healthiest life possible. Through that, you will obtain the body you’ve always wanted. It won’t cost you money and you won’t need a gym membership. These tricks and tools are meant for you to implement into your already busy life. I want to help you fit fitness into your day seamlessly in incremental amounts. Living a healthy life and being in great shape does not require an all or nothing approach, so please check your excuses at the door. Little by little you can start making healthier more concise choices to move more, eat less and find the balance you need to keep it sustainable. It is a lifestyle approach, a road to feeling your absolute best.

You will never regret a day you were active.
www.sarahrobichaud.com

Planning Your Wedding

It’s no wonder I love weddings so much, and no accident that I became a wedding and event designer. I grew up surrounded by it. My father was aBaptist minister, so he officiated many weddings. Mother was a caterer, so she would bake the cake, make the punch and mints, and open a can of nuts. I don’t remember many funny things from those weddings, although I am sure there were many things that went awry. I recall that they were all very sweet and intimate. It didn’t matter that there were just a few people in attendance; that made it more endearing. I miss those simple weddings where they promised to have and to hold until death would them part. More of those folks remained married than those who are getting married today. Was it the simplicity of the time, or was it that they had been taught the meaning of commitment? That was in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In the twenty-first century, we think we must have a wedding that costs thousands of dollars. The truth is that it doesn’t matter if you have an elaborate wedding or a simple one—the end result is the same. You are married!

99 THINGS BRIDES WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE® PLANNING THEIR WEDDING is a simple, easy-to-read pocket coach that will help the couple understand what really matters on your wedding day. Rich or poor has nothing to do with a “memorable” wedding; what you do with that day does.

Saying I Do

After You’re about to discover how to get the marriage of your dreams, right now! Are you considering marriage? Or, perhaps you’re searching for the secrets of a satisfying and fulfilling married life? Would you love to know how to survive marital challenges? Then this new book - 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Saying “I Do” - is the book you seek. Within its pages you will learn the answers to the questions you don't even know to ask. In fact, 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Saying “I Do” equips you with the answers to the 99 most important questions and challenges every woman considering marriage faces, including:

- What is marriage really like?
- How can I avoid the heartbreak of making poor choices?
- What should I know about myself before I say I do?
- What should I know about my husband to be?
- What are the secrets that make a marriage work?
... and more!

So, if you’re serious about having the marriage of your dreams, and you want to discover how to have a satisfying and fulfilling marriage, then you need to devour 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Saying “I Do”. In this easy-to-read book, marriage expert, Laurie Weiss, Ph.D., reveals how every woman considering marriage, regardless of experience level, can attain a satisfying and fulfilling marriage—today!



Lifestyle

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Stressing Out!

99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out! is a school house of stress relief insights and practices empowering men and women to live life without the stress.

Lauren brings 18 years of stress relief study and practice along with her own experience through two of the top stressors at the same time, cancer and divorce, as she lays out essential tools needed to maintain inner peace in the midst of life’s challenges.

This book is packed full of valuable, easy to use information that, when applied, holds the potential to transform your entire perception of life. Take back your ability to live life without rising and falling depending on the world around you.

Parenting

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Having THE Talk

TEENS GET SEX EDUCATION, BUT NOT FROM PARENTS!
Reuters (07.16.09)
A new CDC report on data from numerous studies shows the sexual and reproductive health of young People ages 10-24 remains a key public health concern.

Among the report’s findings:
*Among girls ages 15-17, 30 percent reported they had engaged in sex, rising to 70.6 percent for girls ages 18-19.
*For boys, 31.6 percent of those ages 15-17 had ever had sex, increasing to 64.7 percent of those ages 18-19.
*Almost 70 percent of teenage girls and 66 percent of boys had received instruction on birth control methods.
*Among 18- and 19-year-olds, 49.8 percent of girls and 35 percent of boys said they had talked with a parent about methods of birth control.
*More than 80 percent of girls and boys said they had received formal instruction before age 18 on how to say no to sex.
*Almost 10 percent of young women ages 18-24 reported their first intercourse was involuntary.
*HIV infections among boys ages 15-19 nearly doubled in the past 10 years, from 1.3 cases per 100,000 in 1997 to 2.5 cases in 2006.

This is why every parent needs to read and share this book’s insight with their teenager(s).

Choosing Adoption

99 Things You Wish You Knew Before... Choosing Adoption is your comprehensive guide to help you through your adoption journey. If you have ever been interested in adoption-as a prospective adoptive family, a birth parent, or even as an adoption practitioner-this book is for you! It addresses the mysteries and myths that surround and permeate the adoption process, simplifying them for the non-lawyer and keeping the reader entertained all the while. Fear not the adoption process! The Kaskys, with their 60+ years of combined experience, efficiently answer all of your questions in a straightforward no-nonsense manner.


 

Facing a Bully

99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Facing a Bully …is a must have for parents and teens or anyone who has experienced this negative behavior. What is bullying? Why do people bully? How does it affect others? How can you help a victim? How can you stop the behavior? These long asked questions are answered in an easy to read bullet point format, placing the knowledge at your fingertips, easily educating you about this ongoing, serious worldwide pandemic. With this valuable knowledge in your pocket you will be able to better understand bullying as well as halt and prevent future bullying behavior.

 

 

 

Turning 16

99 Things Teens Wish They Knew Before Turning 16 … is a go-to guide for teenagers, forwarded by racing legend Michael Andretti. A manual for anyone trying to navigate their way through the twists and turns of adolescence, teen racer Zach Veach gives fellow teenagers a uniquely relatable perspective through his personal stories and offers insight from someone who is right there with them in the pits of youth. Veach also includes words of wisdom from professional athletes like Danica Patrick and Tony Kanaan and kid celebrities like Olivia Bouler.

 

 

 



Sports

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Turning 16

99 ThingsTeens Wish They Knew Before Turning 16... is a go-to guide for teenagers, forwarded by racing legend Michael Andretti. A manual for anyone trying to navigate their way through the twists and turns of adolescence, teen racer Zach Veach gives fellow teenagers a uniquely relatable perspective through his personal stories and offers insight from someone who is right there with them in the pits of youth. Veach also includes words of wisdom from professional athletes like Danica Patrick and Tony Kanaan and kid celebrities like Olivia Bouler.

 

 

Getting Behind the Wheel of Their Dream Job

99 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE® GETTING BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THEIR DREAM JOB is a speed read written by professional race car driver, Sarah Fisher, that gives women the knowledge and tools to broaden their careers. Peppered with quotes from other female pioneers who have made names for themselves in their respective industries, this book offers success stories and tips aimed at creating opportunities for a new generation of women leaders. Whether you’ve just begun window-shopping for your dream job or are finally kicking up your heels in your own corner office, use this guide to harness the horsepower of your own potential.

 

 

 

Hoops Bracket 2011

The NCAA Tournament is an American institution. For a month in March, college basketball expands far beyond the hard-court into living rooms and offices, while cultivating the spirit of sport and bringing out the competitive nature in men and women from all walks of life and with all types of hoops IQ.

This "personal coach in a pocket" is exactly that—a one-stop shop for collegebasketball experts and enthusiasts as well as bracket novices filling out their Sweet Sixteen as a bonding ritual with friends and family.

Through 99 practical points—some based on seasonal trends and coaching records and others based on the deciding factors novices use in picking winners like favorite colors, best-looking coeds and best mascots—this book offers something for every NCAA Tournament participant.

The NCAA Tournament is about Roy Williams’ record in games decided by five points or less. It is also about which high school a certain player went to or how much an individual liked a certain school’s sorority party. As much as experts cringe, there is no flawless system to the perfect bracket pool.

The 99 Series offers the best combination of analysis and anecdotes, success stories and satire to paint the portrait of a sports institution helping men and women of all levels fill out their own perfect bracket pool.

So when you’re up at midnight with work just six hours away and Texas—the team you have winning the national title—can’t seem to put away a small school from central Wisconsin, you will be prepared for March’s complete Madness.



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