Talk Less, Say More is a revolutionary guide to 21st century communication skills to help you be more influential and make things happen in our distracted, attention-deficit world. It's loaded with specific tips and takeaways to ensure that you're fully heard, clearly understood, and trigger positive responses in any business or social situation. It's the first book to deliver a proven method to master the core leadership skill of influence. Talk Less, Say More lays out a powerful 3-step method called Connect, Convey, Convince (R) and guides you in how to use these habits to be more influential. This succinct book solves your modern communication issues in today's demanding, distracted world at a time when interaction skills are plummeting. Communication is the single greatest challenge in business today. It takes just 3 habits to conquer it. Talk Less, Say More will help you achieve more with less. Less wordiness. Less tune-out. Less frustration. You'll gain more time. More positive outcomes. More rewarding relationships.
Babies and toddlers will love learning their first Christmas words with this magical board book filled with Christmassy things to spot and talk about. There are children decorating a snowman, Santa and his reindeer delivering presents, carol singers and much more. A lovely way to talk about and anticipate Christmas with little ones.
From marveling over lady bugs and caterpillars, marching like ants, stretching to the sun like a buttercup, and more, toddlers make friends with animals and plants alike. Of course playing with little bitty friends tires them out and the action winds down for a nap. Readers will be inspired to explore the backyard or the park and make little bitty friends of their own!
Angel and Faith: Season Ten Volume 4 A Little More Than Kin
A reassuring message for any child with an extended family . . .This little girl's family is huge! The only way to show how huge would be to draw a family tree. With a step-mum, a step-dad, four brothers and sisters, and a whole lot of grandparents, her family tree has a lot of branches - and a lot of people to love her. Mo O'Hara's warm and playful story will speak to any young child with an extended or step-family. Accompanied by Ada Grey's charming illustrations, More People To Love Me is a gorgeous book which shows that families come in all shapes and sizes.
The ultimate guide for parents who dream of having a little less chaos and a lot more time for the good things in life Written by mother of five, Nicole Avery, this book shows harried parents how, with just a bit of planning, family life can become easier to manage, less stressful, and decidedly more fun. «Dream on,» you say? «I might as well try to herd cats as to get my kids to follow a lot of arbitrary rules!» And Nicole would agree, which is why Planning with Kids isn't like any other parenting guide out there. It was inspired by Nicole's blog of the same name, which, over the past three years, has garnered a huge audience of likeminded parents who have achieved nothing short of miraculous results following her advice. While other prescriptive guides offer mums and dads cook-cutter solutions to the challenges of raising kids, this handbook focuses on one simple, straightforward idea: by implementing a few simple strategies for how you do things, you'll make more time for you to be you and your kids to be kids. You'll find strategies for streamlining and enhancing everything from the routines of daily life, to family relationships, to budgeting and finances, playtime and much more! Contains a full section on menus and cooking, including recipes, supported online by a planning-with-family meal planner Divided into sections so that readers can dip-in and dip-out for information as they need it as their family expands and grows up!
This little girl's family is huge! The only way to show how huge would be to draw a family tree. With a step-mum, a step-dad, four brothers and sisters, and a whole lot of grandparents, her family tree has a lot of branches - and a lot of people to love her. Mo O'Hara's warm and playful story will speak to any young child with an extended family. Accompanied by Ada Grey's charming illustrations, More People To Love Me is a gorgeous book which shows that families come in all shapes and sizes.
A teacher is considered to be an architect of a nation. The role played by teachers has paramount importance in building up an educated society, and eventually an enlightened nation. They actively contribute to dispelling the darkness of ignorance from a society and a nation. One of the reasons for one to be a teacher is that teaching is recognized as a highly respectable, decent, and magnanimous profession in the society, even though in Bangladesh it is regarded as a less attractive and less dignified profession hardly chosen by many a lot qualified people due to low pay scale, poor job security, less job satisfaction and many others. This book is a little effort from the authors'' side on measuring the level of job satisfaction of teachers in schools, colleges and universities in Bangladesh. The study reveals that for the success of educational institutes, it is very important to ensure quality teaching and employees'' job satisfaction. Only if they are satisfied, will they work more passionately with dedication and project a positive image of the institutes they belong to.
Chinese television programs have been drawing inspiration from their counterparts in America since the founding of the state television network China Central Television (CCTV) in 1958. This is especially true for the development of talk shows in China. Against the backdrop of political and economic reform in the 1990s, a steady stream of American talk show programs was imported, then adapted for the Chinese audience, starting with the Chinese version of The Oprah Winfrey Show – called Tell It as It Is – in 1996, which marked the beginning of a new era. Recent years have seen a new cycle of importation of American talk shows: Thanks to the less-regulated Internet and with the help of volunteer translators, a number of American talk shows were introduced to China through the Internet and have attracted a growing online follower base. Meanwhile, programs of similar format have mushroomed in China both on television and on the Internet. The following book will explore how American talk shows influence the Chinese audience and assess the extent to which such influence may be instrumental in creating a more favorable environment for domestically produced talk shows in China. ?