Gary Goldschneider's Everyday Astrology

Gary Goldschneider's Everyday Astrology

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by Gary Goldschneider
     
 

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Improve Your Relationships with Bosses, Friends, Family, Lovers, Coworkers, and Many Others!
 
Learn how to:
     •  give a sales pitch to an Aries.
     •  live peacefully with a Taurus.
     •  impress a Gemini.
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Improve Your Relationships with Bosses, Friends, Family, Lovers, Coworkers, and Many Others!
 
Learn how to:
     •  give a sales pitch to an Aries.
     •  live peacefully with a Taurus.
     •  impress a Gemini.
     •  discuss money issues with a Cancer.
     •  stay in touch with a Leo.
     •  break bad news to a Virgo.
     •  survive the holidays with a Libra.
     •  improve your sex life with a Scorpio.
     •  ask a Sagittarius for help.
     •  entertain a Capricorn.
     •  break up with an Aquarius.
     •  express affection to a Pisces.
 
And much, much more!


From the Trade Paperback edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594744716
Publisher:
Quirk Publishing
Publication date:
03/01/2010
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
279,458
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Gary Goldschneider is an astrologer and the author of several best-selling books, including The Secret Language of Birthdays, The Secret Language of Relationships, and The Secret Language of Destiny. He has studied astrology for forty years and frequently lectures and writes on the subject. An accomplished pianist and composer, he has performed in concerts and recitals worldwide. He lives in Amsterdam, where he writes a regular astrology column for AvantGarde magazine. Visit him on the Web at mypersonology.com and goldschneider.com.


From the Trade Paperback edition.

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Everyday Astrology: How to Make Astrology Work for You 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book had nothing to share with the reader astrologically speaking. Most of the content was made upnof present to buy your boss, your co worker, your employee based on their sun sign
Debra_Saturday More than 1 year ago
Upside: To say I am selective concerning Astrology books is on target. You see I had read one of the best Astrology books written, Sun Signs by Linda Goodman, in my teen years (circa late 1970's) and no one has come close to improving on her work in my opinion. Until now. I enjoyed reading Everyday Astrology by Gary Goldschneider. This book is destined for my desk where I can reference it easily. I found it to be easy to read, easy to understand. Here let me show you. As I thumbed through Everyday Astrology, I noticed the book was broken into sections and then into lean paragraphs. I had seen this formatting of information somewhere else. Yes, you guessed it in Linda's book. In the last paragraph of his Introduction, Gary tells us that not since Linda Goodman's Sun Signs , published in the late 1960's, has a book been published with this concept and formatting. Thank you Gary for acknowledging Linda. Everyday Astrology gives you exactly what it claims to.bits of information to help you everyday. The bits of information are broken into sections. Sections that are viable in today's world. Here is an example, 'Aries ~ Work, Love, Friends & Family'. Now Gary could have stopped here. I mean 'Aries ~ Work' what more could there be? How about a subsection about 'The Aries Boss' or even <gasp> 'Asking the Aries Boss for a Raise'? Yes, Gary tells us how to ask for a raise and what our chances are for success. Just what the overworked reader needs.information that is quick to find and easy to read yet makes an impact in their life. Let's say you want a keyword to sum up an Aries Boss. Gary has provided 'Strengths~Weaknesses~Interactive Style' as a keyword section (located in the sidebar for each section). Each sidebar section have three focus words, which I find great for reflection. Gary writes about each sign and the parts they play in our life with the strength of knowledge based on years in this field yet his words do not leave you feeling 'oh my goodness I wish I was a(n) <insert whatever astrological sign here>..', as some Astrology books seem to do. Gary shows that not one sign is better than another sign. And we can use Astrology to better our understanding of others, not to manipulate them but to allow everyone to have a better Now. Downside: The book cover has general keywords for each sign in color below the Astrological symbol. This was the only part of the book I did not care for. Why? The font size is small especially when in color on a dark gray background. Hard to read. Bottom-line: A great reference tool. Enjoyable read. I recommend Everyday Astrology by Gary Goldschneider. Disclosure: This is a non-paid review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Brittney_Hollywood More than 1 year ago
I was kind of skeptical on getting this book because a lot astrology books aren't really accurate, however this one pretty much rang true to how I am. I highly reccomend this book.