This is Your Complete Manual of Digital Marketing Magic. How do you stay out in from when everything’s moving so fast? The internet and social media have changed how we do our jobs beyond recognition. Sometimes it’s exciting; other times it’s just frightening. Online Marketing has all the answers. Murray Newlands tells you everything you need to know; how to do it; how to do it even better; and what the future might hold. With this book you’ll get closer to your customers, increase conversions, learn more about the tools, understand digital brands, and become better networked. What more could you want?
Release your potential and get better exam results Do you panic at the thought of exams? Do you think you're just not the academic type? No matter how old you are, exams can be stressful—but they don't need to be. This essential guide provides expert tips on how to change your mindset, improve how you learn and revise, control your anxiety, and get good marks—whether you're studying at school, college, or university, or to advance your career. In Passing Exams For Dummies, you'll get hands-on, expert help to find out what motivates you and how you learn best; make your brain more receptive to incoming information and cope with exam pressure and anxiety; improve your reading style and condense your notes using visual mapping techniques; learn association techniques using memory pegs; use visualization to mentally and physically rehearse passing your exams; and more. Fully updated to reflect new research in how the brain thinks, learns, and remembers Information on the key role that astrocytes play in learning and the five key principles for rapid learning (attention, sensory input, solid effort, emotion and time sequence) that get these astrocytes engaged more quickly Reworking of terminology used in the model of the mind to bring the book fully up to date and simplify the content If you're preparing for a school, college, university, or career-related exam, Passing Exams For Dummies has you covered.
Attempting to better themselves—learn new skills, break bad habits, realize their potential—people read books, attend seminars, take training courses. And companies pitch in too, spending billions of dollars every year on professional development programs aimed at helping their employees become more effective. But in spite of what people sincerely believe are their best efforts, all too often their behavior doesn’t change. The fact that it seems to be so hard to make new learning stick is an endless source of frustration for both individuals and organizations. For years Ken Blanchard has been troubled by the gap between what people know—all the good advice they’ve digested intellectually—and what they actually do. In this new book he and his coauthors, Paul J. Meyer and Dick Ruhe, use the fable format Blanchard made famous to lay out a straightforward method for learning more, learning better, and making sure you actually use what you learn. This engaging story identifies three key reasons people don’t make the leap from knowing to doing and then moves on to the solution. It teaches you how to avoid information overload by learning “less more, not more less.” You’ll find out how to adjust your brain’s filtering system to learn many, many times more than ever before, ignite your creativity and resourcefulness with Green Light Thinking, master what you’ve learned using spaced repetition, and more. At last, an answer to the question, “Why don’t I do what I know I should do?” Read this book and you will!
How to Sleep Like a Baby, Wake Up Refreshed, and Get More Out of Life
Minimally invasive surgeries are becoming common all over the world and are more relevant to the rural patients because of the shorter hospital stay, less pain and quicker recovery. However the problem is the high cost of the equipment and disposables and the steep learning curve. In India 30% or the rural patients do not get surgeries due to financial constraints and 16% of those who do have surgical procedures are pushed below poverty line. We describe our 25 years of experience in making laparoscopic and other minimally invasive surgeries available to the rural population in India. Diagnostic camp models, deferred payment and insurance models that were successful and the details of carrying out minimally invasive surgeries are described. Single incision gas less laparoscopic surgeries is an ideal solution for rural surgeons because it is simple to learn, the equipment sturdy and needs very little maintenance and is easy to cleaning & sterilize. Many modifications of equipment to reduce costs are described.Surgeons in more than 15 rural hospitals have learnt and are practicing these techniques
Life can be complicated and we all have the tendency to make it even more complicated. If only we could remember that life is lived only one slice at a time we wouldn't get chocked up with trying to swallow the whole block of life. However, the more we plan the more screwed up our lives become. The famous "To-Do-Lists" will be the undoing of us all. Just like the mice in our house, learn to enjoy the cheese, one slice at a time.
Do you want to manage your cashflow better and get rid of financial stress? Do you put finance products such as health insurance and mortgages in the too-hard basket? Money for Nothing is a call to action to wise up, get smart and get your finances in order. Complete this 12-week financial fitness program and discover how to make substantial savings running into the thousands! Learn how to: get better deals, cut fees and other unwanted charges from your daily spend, and redirect your money where it' most important to you understand your financial profile and how to get the best value for money when choosing your essential finance products shop around using the latest research from CANSTAR and other comparison sites. By breaking down the jargon and busting the fine print on everything from mortgages, car loans, personal loans and health insurance to car insurance, credit cards, superannuation, tax and much more, Justine Davies helps you make good choices on the key financial products and services in your life. Justine Davies is a financial planner, journalist, author and blogger who loves educating people about money.
Organise your way to renewed focus and calm Smart Work is the busy professional's guide to getting organised in the digital workplace. Are you drowning in constant emails, phone calls, paperwork, interruptions and meeting actions? This book throws you a lifeline by showing you how to take advantage of your digital tools to reprioritise, refocus and get back to doing the important work. You may already have the latest technology, but if you're still swamped, you're not using it to your advantage. This useful guide shows you how to leverage the technology you have to centralise your work into one integrated tool. You'll develop a simple and sustainable productivity system to organise your actions, manage your inputs and achieve your outcomes. The highly visual nature of the book helps you quickly grasp the ideas you need most. Like most professionals, you want to do great work and achieve great things. But when half your day is spent on emails, phone calls and 'extra' duties, you rarely get a chance to shine. This book changes that. Get back in control so you can start performing like a star. Get organised, focused and proactive Conquer the daily incoming deluge Spend more time on important work Leverage your desktop and mobile technology When work is coming at you from every direction, it's difficult to focus and prioritise. Things get lost in the shuffle. But when you channel everything into a single stream, you settle into a flow and get more accomplished in less time. Smart Work is your guide to finding your flow— and the bottom of your inbox.
Claire Flannery has had more than a few sleepless nights lately. Maybe she shouldn't have walked out of her job with no idea what to do next. Maybe she should think before she speaks -- and maybe then her mother would start returning her calls. Maybe she should be spending more time going to art galleries, or reading up on current affairs, and less time in her pyjamas, entering competitions on the internet. Then again, maybe the perfect solution to life's problems only arises when you stop looking for it . . .
Many children in their preschool age have poor attention skills. These children usually pay less attention to the teacher’s instructions; they do have more difficulty to stay focused, stay on task and to complete their assignments. Fine arts, as a fun program can help children to pay more attention to the instructions, and stay more on task. Fine arts can be used as an inclusive and accommodating tool to develop attention skills in more preschoolers at different developmental stages and with different learning capabilities. Using interest and active engagement of children, parental involvement, and teachers’ efforts, children would become more attentive, responsive, motivated, and in return, better learners.
Have you ever played Mood Libs? How many fun facts do you know about chewing gum? Is your personality more like Judy’s or her brother Stink’s? From pranks to yoga poses, making paper snowflakes to matching up pet tracks, this book is bursting with quizzes, challenges, crafts and other cool stuff. Get in the mood to design your own T-shirt, walk through a piece of paper, invent a board game, find out what Judy Moody’s name is in other languages and lots more wack-tivities!
Have you put on weight in recent years that you can’t lose? Do you crave more energy and stamina in your day? Is your skin drier than it used to be? Has your hair started to feel dry and look limp?If you said yes to one or more of these questions, then Glow15 is your answer. Based on the breakthrough Nobel Prize-winning science of autophagy—the process by which cells remove toxins, recycle parts, and repair their own damage—Glow15 is a lifestyle plan that will make you look and feel younger. In just 15 days, you’ll begin to harness the power of autophagy to drop pounds, get glowing skin, and restore your energy through• DIET Discover IFPC: a combination of intermittent fasting and protein cycling to lose weight—and wrinkles.• ENERGY Drink an autophagy-activating ketogenic tea to boost your metabolism.• EXERCISE Do less to get more out of your workouts.• SLEEP Identify your sleep type and create a customized routine for your best rest yet.• BEAUTY Find the newest ingredients and cutting-edge treatments to get glowing.Naomi Whittel travels from spice markets in Bangalore, India, to farms in Okinawa, Japan, to vineyards in Bordeaux, France, with one mission: to discover the purest health-promoting ingredients that can help women transform their lives. Her travels give her unprecedented access to renowned scientists around the world, and in Glow15 she shares the research and advice she’s learned from these experts, who include MDs, dermatologists, sleep doctors, nutritionists, and fitness physiologists.Get step-by-step guidelines from America’s best-loved “wellness explorer” for each part of this easy-to-follow program, including more than 50 delicious autophagy-boosting recipes, as well as illustrated exercises you can do at home. Plus, find out what this 44-year-old CEO and mother of four does to defy aging—from her personal autophagy hacks, to youth-boosting “Powerphenols,” to how to get glowing.