Reference Quotations Books

501 Quotes About Love: Funny, Inspirational and Romantic Quotes: Volume 1

Interviewer: Why do you love quotes? Author: Everybody loves quotes don't they? Words are what we use to think and the best quotes are the most effective way to express those thoughts. Interviewer: Are these quotes any use? Author: They have lots of uses. They can order our thoughts expressing an idea that we haven't managed to put into words before. They can be used in conversation or communications to succinctly express what you are trying to say. People often use them in speeches to provide amusement and to get across the point they are trying to make more effectively. People also use quotes to provide inspiration or motivate them to do a task which they are finding difficult. If you can capture why you are doing something in a single phrase then it can help you give purpose to what you are doing. In addition there is the personal kudos of providing succinct wisdom if you can find the right time to use them. People may not mistake you for Albert Einstein or Oscar Wilde but some of the magic dust will rub off. Interviewer: How do you pick quotes? Author: There are plenty to choose from. People are saying things all the time, some more memorably than others. Often I see quote books that are little more than a collection of words. When I am going through quotes I will often get one that zings and really resonates. It could be funny, it could be inspirational, it could be anything but what it has done is express something in a way that stops you and makes you think. That is what I have tried to collect in The Big Book of Quotes. I hope that some will resonate with the readers.

106 Master Tweets from beautiful minds (tweet 106)

Since ancient times the great thinkers have had a special place in the consciences of individuals by inspiring their behavior and actions both public or private.

We often try to find the right words to say something, and we wish we could say that something using the words of these greatest masters. These 106 tweets have been written to help you to find the exact words you are looking for.

106 master tweets is a collection of elegant quotes from influential thinkers and writers about the concepts of culture, existence, thought (meaning the activity of thinking), politics (i.e. the political behavior of man as social being) and society.

As these texts are synthetic and decontextualized, they are often complex; in this e-book each one is presented with explanatory comment for better understanding and, above all, to keep you reflecting on them. In this way reading becomes an activity that is both pleasurable and profound, which touches upon the reasons why we believe and act in this world.

"Reading makes a full man, conference a ready man and writing an exact man."

This is the first tweet of this e-book and it was written by the English philosopher and scientist Francis Bacon in the 17th century.

It could be engraved on the stones of every school.

Learn Accounting in 1 Day: Interactive Examples to make Accounting simple



This is a beginner friendly guide to accounting and assumes no prior bookeeping knowledge.

The e-book has simplified all technical jargon of accounting and explained them step-by-step. Included in the content are several fun, educational example scenarios. It illustrates how accounting principles work in a real scenario and how you can apply it to your business. Whether it is calculating your gross profit or preparing an annual report, this edition will give you a complete tour of accounting and taxes. You'll learn all the accounting tips and tricks that are commonly practiced by accountants.

A glossary of terms is included, as well as interactive practice problems with solutions. Aspired entrepreneur, students, and beginners will admire this e-book and use it as a referral guide. The book made accounting interesting and worth its price. You will soon benefit from the e-book and master accounting fundamental in a very short time.

You will learn,

Accounting basicsDouble-Entry AccountingLedgersThe Interplay Between Assets, Liabilities, and EquityAccrual Accounting vs. Cash AccountingFinancial Statements (profit and loss)Bank ReconciliationCalculating depreciation and amortization expensesTrial Balance