From Last To First

Author: Jon Salfield
Editor: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1789041341
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With the exciting sport of fencing steadily becoming more mainstream in the UK, US and around the world, parents are spending thousands each year to help and encourage their children to train and excel in this unique Olympic sport. Fencing can be a mysterious world to the uninitiated, and parents and young fencers will have many questions about the sport, the fencer’s potential and the dos and don’ts. From Last to First aims to answer all these questions and many more. Written by a team comprising Jon Salfield, a leading Youth Development and High Performance coach (London Olympics 2012), and Daniela I. Norris, an experienced author and fencing-parent of an international youth fencer, with input from Strength and Conditioning and Psychology experts, and a foreword from a multiple champion and highly-regarded author, it is meant for anyone who wants to know how to support their young fencer from the start of their fencing adventure, all the way through to success at international competitions.

From Last To First

Author: Al Angrisani
Editor: Humanix Books
ISBN: 1630061042
Size: 10,34 MB
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“The trick to success is not avoiding failure; rather, it’s having in your back pocket the secrets for transforming the inevitable failure into success.” For more than twenty-five years Al Angrisani has been helping troubled and under-performing companies experience a “reversal of fortunes” and turn failure into success and new shareholder wealth. Along his journey, he has developed a proven business turnaround model that has created hundreds of millions of dollars of wealth over and over again. In his first book, Win One for The Shareholders, Al shared his model with the world and the book instantly became a must-read. In this new book, From Last to First, Angrisani expands his turnaround philosophy to personal lives and careers, showing success- oriented readers how to turn the tables on failure and losing when life deals them a bad hand. Working professionals who have hit a rough patch in their business and/or personal lives can now turn to Al’s turnaround philosophy and model to create new success and wealth for them, their families, and shareholders. In From Last to First, Angrisani examines the failure-breeding mistakes he has seen people make over and over again. He then offers his ten key steps proven to turn these failures into success. Readers will learn: •How to begin by taking responsibility for their own lives •That failure is one of life’s greatest gifts; it’s the ONLY route to real change and success •Once they have faced failure head-on, success and wealth are just a few steps away After you have readFrom Last to First, you will be empowered by the insight and tools it gives you to meet life’s adversities head-on and defeat failure by achieving success again and again. Turn the Tables on Failure When Life Deals You a Bad Hand Are you struggling in the face of adversity and finding it impossible to succeed and create wealth for yourself, your family, and your business? If the answer is yes, you need to read this book. In his first book, Win One for the Shareholders author Al Angrisani presented his proprietary system for business turnarounds. In From Last to First, Angrisani explains how his proven system can be used to achieve success in personal and family relationships and career planning.

From Last To First

Author: Charlie Spedding
Editor: Aurum Press Limited
ISBN: 1845136896
Size: 13,19 MB
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DIV Charlie Spedding describes himself as ‘not particularly talented’ – at least, compared to the group of people he had chosen to find himself among. These were the athletes in the Olympic marathon. So how did he end up with a bronze medal? How did he win the London Marathon? And why does he still hold the English record for the distance? In this remarkable autobiography he explains how – how someone who was almost bottom of the class when he first went to school, and even worse at sport, eventually turned himself into a genuinely world-class athlete, competing in top marathons all over the world, and genuinely going from last to first. As well as the enthralling life story of one of our finest distance runners, this book is a wonderfully clear and inspiring piece of life coaching for anyone who wants to make the most of their talents. But more than this, as Spedding says at the start, ‘I believe that on occasions you can create the circumstances in which you can perform at a higher level than your talent says you can’. Spedding’s own story, and his chronicle of the big races he excelled in, proves it’s true. For anyone aspiring to run a marathon, or indeed anyone who wants to set themselves a goal they think beyond their reach – and achieve it – this is an essential book. /div

Mathematics Of Social Choice

Author: Christoph Borgers
Editor: SIAM
ISBN: 0898716950
Size: 13,34 MB
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An accessible exposition of social choices such as selecting a winning competitor, or dividing up resources.

The Mathematics Of Voting And Elections A Hands On Approach

Author: Jonathan K. Hodge
Editor: American Mathematical Soc.
ISBN: 1470442876
Size: 13,96 MB
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The Mathematics of Voting and Elections: A Hands-On Approach, Second Edition, is an inquiry-based approach to the mathematics of politics and social choice. The aim of the book is to give readers who might not normally choose to engage with mathematics recreationally the chance to discover some interesting mathematical ideas from within a familiar context, and to see the applicability of mathematics to real-world situations. Through this process, readers should improve their critical thinking and problem solving skills, as well as broaden their views of what mathematics really is and how it can be used in unexpected ways. The book was written specifically for non-mathematical audiences and requires virtually no mathematical prerequisites beyond basic arithmetic. At the same time, the questions included are designed to challenge both mathematical and non-mathematical audiences alike. More than giving the right answers, this book asks the right questions. The book is fun to read, with examples that are not just thought-provoking, but also entertaining. It is written in a style that is casual without being condescending. But the discovery-based approach of the book also forces readers to play an active role in their learning, which should lead to a sense of ownership of the main ideas in the book. And while the book provides answers to some of the important questions in the field of mathematical voting theory, it also leads readers to discover new questions and ways to approach them. In addition to making small improvements in all the chapters, this second edition contains several new chapters. Of particular interest might be Chapter 12 which covers a host of topics related to gerrymandering.

Abstract Musical Intervals

Author: Ming Tsao
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1430308354
Size: 19,81 MB
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This book is an introduction to GIS (Generalized Interval Systems) theory that includes the major results of pitch-class theory. It provides mathematicians with applications of group theory to music and music theorists with the essential connections between GIS theory and pitch-class theory. Many of the results in pitch-class theory are not addressed by David Lewin (such as power functions or the Common Tone Theorem for inversions). The book states those results and generalizes them to conform with GIS theory. Finally, it addresses recent criticisms leveled at pitch-class theory and suggests how they can be addressed in GIS theory.

And The Last Went First

Author: Deborah Franklin
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 146917359X
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Travelling on this road we call life, many are headed for destruction. The devil would delight in us dangling at the end of our ropes to be last in the eyes of men. But God takes Tyrone on a journey that propels him from ... "last to first"... Witness for yourselves this incredible and divine transformation. And know that with God all things are possible. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me..." Phillippians 4:13

Roberto Clemente

Author: Robert Kingsbury
Editor: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780823936021
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Traces the personal life and baseball career of the Puerto Rican baseball superstar, from his childhood love of the game through his professional career and untimely death to his election to the Hall of Fame in 1973.

Summary From Worst To First

Author: BusinessNews Publishing
Editor: Primento
ISBN: 2806243009
Size: 10,57 MB
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The must-read summary of Gordon Bethune’s book: “From Worst to First: Behind the Scenes of Continental's Remarkable Comeback”. This complete summary of the ideas from Gordon Bethune’s book “From Worst to First” shows that all successes in your business or in your career will be the result of your ability to create, develop and maintain healthy and honest relationships. As the author rightly points out, there is no such thing as a successful company that sells a product nobody wants and where employees don’t want to come to work. In his book, Bethune explains how you must create a working environment that adds value and motivates employees to achieve success. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your business knowledge To learn more, read “From Worst to First” and find out how you can add value to your business by making it a great place to work.

You Gotta Have Heart

Author: Frederic J. Frommer
Editor: Taylor Trade Publishing
ISBN: 1589798449
Size: 15,11 MB
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“First in War, First in Peace . . . and Last in the American League.” Expressions such as this characterized the legend and lore of baseball in the nation's capital, from the pioneering Washington Nationals of 1859 to the Washington Senators, whose ignominious departure in 1971 left Washingtonians bereft of the national pastime for thirty-three years. This reflective book gives the complete history of the game in the D.C. area, including the 1924 World Series championship team and the Homestead Grays, the perennial Negro League pennant winners from the late 1930s to the mid-1940s who consistently outplayed the Senators. New chapters describe the present-day Nationals, who, in 2012, won the National League East led by the arms of Gio Gonzalez and Stephen Strasburg and the bats of Ryan Zimmerman, Adam LaRoche and rookie Bryce Harper. The book is filled with the voices of current and former players, along with presidents, senators, and political commentators who call the team their own.