The Game Of Life Affirmation And Inspiration Cards

Author: Florence Shinn
Editor: Devorss Publications
ISBN: 9780875166179
Size: 19,11 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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For more than three generations, The Game of Life & How to Play It has been an immensely popular manual of simple, easy-to-use ideas and techniques illustrated with fascinating and entertaining real-life examples that demonstrate how the power of your word can make your dreams come true. With these powerful cards, you can now keep the positive words of The Game of Life with you everyday as you set your course to success.

The Game Of Life Workbook Your Prosperity Manual

Author: Florence Scovel Shinn
Editor: Devorss Publications
ISBN: 9780875168692
Size: 19,43 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Winning At The Card Game Of Life

Author: Bob McGlenn
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462811564
Size: 19,86 MB
Format: PDF
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Do you want to be successful? Of course, you say, everyone wants to be successful, yet how many people know what it takes or how to develop what it takes or even know what it looks like? Is success fame or wealth, or is it something else? Not everyone can be famous or rich, yet everyone can be successful. Success is within the grasp of anyone who learns how to turn the cards they were dealt into a winning hand. Winning at the Card Game of Life not only identifies the behaviors and approach involved in someone being successful, but also how you can develop those same skills yourself. Through the example of everyday people who achieved success, you can see how you too can win at the card game of life. *********************** Everyone wants to succeed . . . and everyone can. Winning at the Card Game of Life shows how success does not depend upon the cards you were dealt, but rather how you play them. Success starts with learning how commitment, attitude, resources, decision making, and scheme (CARDS) make up the foundation of all successful people. A journey through the lives of twenty-three seemingly commonyet also dedicated, inspirational, and successful peopleconfirms the books premise that there are many roads to success. To help the reader with their own journey to success, there are exercises included in the book for self-exploration and skill development. The lessons, role models, and tools found in Winning at the Card Game of Life show how anyone can turn the cards they were dealt into a winning hand. ************************ Winning at the Card Game of Life is a book that was designed with the young adult in mind but is applicable to anyone who is seeking the road to success. The basic premise of the book is that Success depends not on the cards you were dealt, but rather on how you play them. There are twenty-three stories of successful people, such as a circus clown, a chief of police, and a POW who, through the course of their lives, reached a level of personal success. The book reveals that their success is hidden in the CARDS, which stands for: commitment, attitude, resources, decision making, and scheme. The book concludes with identifying how the reader can develop and apply these attributes to their journey to success. There are also exercises in the book that can be used in the classroom to teach theses concepts. Winning at the Card Game of Life is for anyone who wants to create and achieve a successful life. Based upon the basic premise that Success depends not on the cards you were dealt, but rather on how you play them, the book reveals how everyone can be successful. Through the use of twenty-three life stories of noncelebrity yet successful people as examples, Dr. McGlenn develops the concept that success is hidden in the CARDS and how everyone can design their own blueprint for success.

American Bookseller

Size: 14,23 MB
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I Am You

Author: Karl F. Morrison
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400859433
Size: 14,72 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Important trends in contemporary intellectual life celebrate difference, divisiveness, and distinction. Speculative writing increasingly highlights "hermeneutic gaps" between human beings, their histories, and their hopes. In this book Karl Morrison identifies an alternative to this disruption. He explores for the first time the entire legacy of thought revolving around the challenging claim "I am you"--perhaps the most concise possible statement of bonding through empathy. Professor Morrison shows that the hope for thoroughgoing understanding and inclusion in another's world view is central to the West's moral/intellectual tradition. He maintains that the West may yet escape the fatal flaw of casting that hope in paradigms of sexual and aesthetic dominance--examples of empathetic participation inspired by hunger for power, as well as by love. The author uses diverse sources: in theology ranging from Augustine to Schleiermacher, in art from the religious art of the Christian Empire to post-Abstractionism, and in literature from Donne to Joyce, Pirandello, and Mann. In this work he builds on the thought of two earlier books: Tradition and Authority in the Western Church: 300-1140 (Princeton, 1969) and The Mimetic Tradition of Reform in the West (Princeton, 1982). "I Am You" goes beyond their themes to the inward act that, according to tradition, consummated the change achieved by mimesis: namely, empathetic participation. Originally published in 1988. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Triathlon Revolution

Author: Terri Schneider
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9781594852589
Size: 13,44 MB
Format: PDF
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* Includes a foreword by Iron Man Hall-of-Famer Scott Tinley * Written with a fresh, non-technical yet authoritative approach * Provides the latest-and-greatest developments in the industry * Author is a widely-respected athlete and coach Whether just getting interested in triathlons or a multi-sport veteran, readers of this new handbook will get tuned up and stoked to reach any performance goal! Author Terri Schneider explains how to train for a first triathlon, as well as how to formulate an ongoing experience or a longer-term race regimen. Basic techniques for building a foundation of success are accompanied by lessons in heart-rate levels and suggestions for how to integrate a training schedule into daily life. From the early stages of training and making decisions on what gear to buy through to race day and beyond, Schneider covers everything from nutritional information to endurance issues, mental strategies, stretching, setting up transition areas, off-season training, and more.

A Simple Kind Mirror

Author: Leonard Roberto
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595724221
Size: 14,54 MB
Format: PDF
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With over 35 million albums sold in their thirty-year career, the Canadian rock trio Rush clearly has been embraced by discerning music fans around the world. The band's musical and lyrical depth and complexity has inspired everything from comic books to novels. Fans on all levels extract varying degrees of meaning and emotion from the band's extensive and ever-changing catalog. This book is one fan's labor of love; an exploration of how the band's lyrical panorama changed from the fantastic to the realistic, from sci-fi adventures to gritty portraits of how humans face the modern world. This is by no means a definitive work exposing what the band's implicit messages and themes convey-that is beyond anyone's scope save that of the band itself. Rather, A Simple Kind Mirror is a song-by-song journey through Rush's 1980 to 1996 offerings, placing the social commentaries covered within. The beauty of this band is that fans can identify with them on many levels and process their messages in personal and individual ways. In A Simple Kind Mirror, Len Roberto explores the foundation of hope and inspiration Rush carries throughout its portfolio.

Dare To Dream

Author: Karen Offord
Editor: Balboa Press
ISBN: 145252419X
Size: 16,17 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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When we are alone, our shields can come down. We no longer need to hide behind the many masks we wear. We don’t have to waste energy hiding our flaws from others. But in the apparent safety of that solitude, there lurks a trap. Too many of us choose to focus on past traumas and dramas. It’s easy to get trapped by the regrets, pains, and failures of the past—and fears of what disappointments may await in the future. Why do we choose to allow what has happened and what may happen to destroy any hope of a happy life today? There is a way to escape this negative, unproductive, and self-destructive way of life—and you won’t believe how much your life will change when you decide you’ve had enough of being your own worst enemy. Dare to Dream: Your Journey of a Lifetime focuses on developing the most important and valuable relationship you will ever have—the relationship you have with yourself. When you can embrace yourself, you can embrace others. When you can forgive yourself, you can forgive others. When you can accept yourself, you can accept others. When you can love yourself, you can love others. Throughout Dare to Dream, you will fi nd simple truths, tools, techniques, and resources to start living an authentic life you can love, starting right now—authentically. One step at a time, each step consciously leads you in the direction you choose to go with love and with joy.