Do you have a dream? No, not plans and goals. No need to achieve success in life. We do not doubt that you have them. Our question does not refer to this, not to logic, but to such an intangible category as dreams.Perhaps these are unrealizable dreams, it’s not scary if they seem to you to be “frivolous” or “childish”.
‘It was the seventh day of the storm. We didn’t know where we were. Everyone on the ship believed that death was very near. The Robinson family do not die at sea; they find their way to a small island. But what can they do now? Where will they live? What will they eat? Luckily, the father and their mother have useful skills and they can teach their four young sons. But how long will they be there, on the island?
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Overloaded? I’ll bet you are. We all lead busy lives. You fall into bed exhausted at the end of the day, feeling that you’ve got a lot done. Perhaps you are getting lots done. But is it stuff that really matters? Or is it just stuff? It’s time to wise up. You will never clear that list. Get used to the idea that some things will never get done. Not delayed. Not rescheduled. Not re-prioritized. But simply dropped. And from now on, instead of trying to clear that endless to-do list, you’re going to do a much smarter thing. You’re going to just do the important stuff. And the brilliant thing is, you already have the power to do this. That power is to do less. Soon enough, you’ll have the space to enjoy the moment, be creative, find new or better ways of doing things, get ideas, and spot opportunities you would have missed when you were running around. In short – you’ll be happier. Much happier. As soon as you stop doing, the power of doing less will begin to flow.
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We are delighted that you are holding one of our Define Fine travel books in your hands. This book is a result of our very personal and very careful research of the life of this amazing city. It is also a result of very long walks, many sleepless nights and early mornings, heated discussions and our passion for everything beautiful. In this book you will not find the usual selection of big hotels and famous sights, those you already know or will discover without difficulty on your own or in other guides. We are offering you a selection of places we personally love, the best that this city and its people have to offer - the places that the locals consider to be special, the places they love and are proud of. We are grateful for their guidance and recommendations. But ultimately this is our and very personal choice of the finest of privately owned and operated businesses, in all spheres of life and all price ranges. Being entrepreneurs ourselves we made it our mission to support and promote projects which have unique esthetical value. We are travelling the world with our eyes and hearts wide open to beauty in all its manifestations. We are delighted to share with you the treasures we found on the way. We do believe that your travel through this city guided by us will be exciting, enchanting, enriching. We are not claiming this selection to be final, there are always new places to discover. But we are sure that we can guide you to what a world traveller should experience - the e...
Complete and unabridged text in the direct voice of Carter Godwin Woodson. Anyone studying influence, persuasion, or social controls would do well to study this book.“When you control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his actions. You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He will find his 'proper place' and will stay in it.”
How do we bring into our lives what is truly best for us?If we can learn to identify what truly is best for us and choose to bring it into our lives, then the desires we attain will be life enhancing beyond what we have ever experienced before.Life is beautiful. Sometimes, though, we seem to be distracted by outside circumstances that make us lose focus on what is really important to us, what makes us happy, and what we truly desire in life. With this book, learn the complete process of the Positive Attraction System to take control and bring more of what you desire into your life. Apply the simple proven steps to attract anything you want: Attract more money, lower or eliminate your debts, become wealthier, and have more time to do what you enjoy. Improve your relationships with loved ones and friends, or even find that perfect someone. Lose those extra pounds, look younger, grow healthier, and have a stronger and more energetic body. The purpose of the Positive Attraction System is not to merely lift your spirits. That feeling usually lasts for a few hours to a couple of days, but eventually the feel-good effect wears off. With proper usage this book will help you reach higher levels and permanently improve your life in the areas that matter the most. Regardless of what you already know about attracting positive things into your life, this book provides new and essential information that will open your eyes to how powerful you really are and how to take more control of your...
We may have lived knowing that the world around us operates in a way as if we observe them to be. This knowledge of how the universe operates, based primarily of our observations, has enabled us to predict actions and motions and allowed us to build machines and equipments that have made our lives easier and more enjoyable. The field that allowed us to do that is classical physics. The world, however, is advancing and our knowledge of how things are expands over time. We have discovered in the last few decades that these sets of rules that we have devised can perfectly describe the large-scale world but cannot accurately define the behaviors of particles in the microscopic world. This necessitated another field to explain the different behavior in the microscopic world: quantum physics.
A Make-Believe MarriageCassie Phillips wasn't really married to Will Tolliver, no matter what he told people. Not that being the wife of a man as kind and thoughtful as Will wouldn't be a dream come true. But even Will would abandon her once he learned what she was running from.Cassie Phillips was the kind of girl you took home to mother, and Will was determined to do just that. But he'd never expected that in order to protect her he'd have to tell a lie that could get them both in a lot of trouble. Especially if he couldn't convince Cassie that marrying him for real was the right thing to do.
We are facing a future of unbounded complexity. Whether that complexity is harnessed to build a world that is safe, pleasant, humane and profitable, or whether it causes us to careen off a cliff into an abyss of mind-numbing junk is an open question. The challenges and opportunities–technical, business, and human–that this technological sea change will bring are without precedent. Entire industries will be born and others will be laid to ruin as our society navigates this journey. There are already many more computing devices in the world than there are people. In a few more years, their number will climb into the trillions. We put microprocessors into nearly every significant thing that we manufacture, and the cost of routine computing and storage is rapidly becoming negligible. We have literally permeated our world with computation. But more significant than mere numbers is the fact we are quickly figuring out how to make those processors communicate with each other, and with us. We are about to be faced, not with a trillion isolated devices, but with a trillion-node network: a network whose scale and complexity will dwarf that of today’s Internet. And, unlike the Internet, this will be a network not of computation that we use, but of computation that we live in. Written by the leaders of one of America’s leading pervasive computing design firms, this book gives a no-holds-barred insiders’ account of both the promise and the risks of the age of Trillions. It is also a cautionary tale of the head-in-the-sand attitude with which many of today’s thought-leaders are at present approaching these issues. Trillions is a field guide to the future–designed to help businesses and their customers prepare to prosper, in the information.
Yes you can! Hands up who feels like a completely inadequate underachiever whenever you hear about someone’s great achievement. When someone in the office is off cycling around the world, or someone on TV has just launched a great new business which will save the planet? Most of us envy the drive and determination of these people. They’ve actually made this stuff happen rather than just day-dreamed about it. We all ask…Could I Do That? Well Simon Hartley is here to show us that we can! Taking on a challenge – big or small – in your career or personal life, can be intimidating but also totally transformational. Simon will show us how to work out what it is we want to do and then how to make that happen. He uses examples and advice from others who have achieved big things. The book examines how you should go about preparing for change, which problems you’ll face along the way, and demonstrates why and how your life will be better as a consequence. Practical and motivational, it’s about embracing change and defeating limiting beliefs It challenges readers to think big and take steps to achieving their goals It puts power in the hands of people who don’t yet realise that they can do extraordinary things too
Times have changed. Long gone are our days of being kings of the manufacturing industry, we are now immersed in the world of ‘service’ where the relationship between an organization and the customer is an integral part of the ‘product’ offering. The nation is suffering from a widespread lack of truly customer-satisfying service. We lack the very thing that we need to make this new paradigm work efficiently: service-ability. Organizations of all kinds are facing high customer churn, serious customer antagonism, loss of consumer confidence and plummeting customer satisfaction. Research shows that totally satisfying the customer is the only thing that will secure loyalty and offer significant competitive advantage. Yet still, on a daily basis we encounter service that frustrates us. Whilst the emergence of technology has no doubt brought efficiency to many areas of business activity, including the third sector, it has led to the standardised and indifferent service we regularly receive. We appear to have lost sight that people do business with people. Through efficient technology, our organisations may be serviceable but they are not service able. The arrival of Generation Y and the developments in social media, provide businesses with a whole new way to engage with their customers, but also provide a new way for customers to rate companies, products and services: not always in a positive manner. ‘Like’ or ‘#Fail’ have become part of our social language. Organizations that refocus on the need to treat customers in a way that satisfies them, and not the technology, will have better customer retention, lower costs of replacement and will build their brand value through better reputations. Service-Ability delves deeply into these areas to show how today’s managers need to re-think the way we structure, manage, lead and organize our companies to achieve total ‘customer-centric’ work cultures that develop lasting relationships with customers.
After the blizzard of a century ago, it was weeks before anyone got in or out. By that time, what had happened there, what the Devil had done, was already fable. Devil's Day is a day for children now, of course. A tradition it's easy to mock, from the outside. But it's important to remember why we do what we do. It's important to know what our grandfathers have passed down to us. Because it's hard to understand, if you're not from the valley, how this place is in your blood. That's why I came back, with Kat; it wasn't just because the Gaffer was dead. Though that year we may have let the Devil in after all…