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Title Lessons From a Third Grade Dropout
Author Rick Rigsby
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release 2019-02-05
Category Religion
Total Pages 224
ISBN 140410934X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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* USA Today and Wall Street Journal best seller* Be inspired by the book behind the graduation speech by Dr. Rick Rigsby – now with 200+ million views on Facebook and YouTube Reacquaint yourself with the wisdom of a generation gone by. We live in an era of low expectations. In fact, we tend to celebrate low expectations. The way in which we choose to live and work today is a far cry from the purposeful living of our parents. Have we reached the point in our society where it is more important to look good rather than be good? Has the pride in doing good work been replaced by self-entitlement, perfect offices, and slick suits? This book reacquaints readers with the wisdom—the common sense that was practiced simply and unwittingly by those who represent a generation gone by: A generation that worked hard without complaining. A generation that did whatever was necessary to support their families. A generation that took pride in doing a good job. A generation that had high expectations for themselves and the others they were responsible for. One such member of this generation was a third-grade dropout, a man who never hid behind any excuse. A man who never allowed his problems or lack of a formal education to determine his present or affect his future. A man who realized that destiny was a choice and not a chance. This book communicates lessons from that man’s life—the kind of wisdom that is rare in society today. It’s the kind of wisdom that will help you be a better person, a greater leader, a more effective worker. That man was Rick Rigsby’s father, and this book contains his impactful, far-reaching story—of how a life can be enhanced, of how a corporate culture can be changed, of how a family can be united—by living the simple lessons of a third-grade dropout.

The Learning Cycle by Muriel I. Elmer

Title The Learning Cycle
Author Muriel I. Elmer
Publisher InterVarsity Press
Release 2020-04-21
Category Education
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0830855300
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With insights from neuroscience, educational psychology, and learning theory, veteran educators Muriel and Duane Elmer provide a holistic model for how learning takes place. Their learning cycle moves beyond mere recall of information to helping learners value and apply their learning in ways that are integrated into behavior and practice.

Leadership Lessons From a Chef by Charles Carroll

Title Leadership Lessons From a Chef
Author Charles Carroll
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2007-07-09
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 176
ISBN 0470125306
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Chef Charles Carroll has answered our prayers and delivered abook, a bible, a life's journal shared by a real chef in today'smodern kitchen." —Chef John Folse, CEC, AAC "From time to time, I buy motivational books for my managingpartners and chefs, and this book is my all-time favorite gift.What Chef Carroll has to say is the real thing." —Johnny Carrabba, founder, Carrabba's Restaurant A unique guide to leadership in the culinary arena, by a cheffor chefs Leadership Lessons from a Chef is about creating excellence inthe professional kitchen.Here the difference between good and greatcomes down to the details, and attentionto these details comes fromthe right attitude reaching across all staff. A good culinarymanager, according to author and award-winning Certified ExecutiveChef Charles Carroll, skillfully cultivates this attitude forsuccess, and so leads the way toward kitchen excellence. Using stories and examples drawn from his many years'experience, Chef Carroll gives you a leader's tour through theworking kitchen. Offering proven wisdom in plainspoken termsinstead of abstract management theories, the practical tools andideas found in this groundbreaking book can be used immediately tomotivate and develop an effective team environment among kitchenstaffs. Leadership Lessons from a Chef features: Chef Carroll's formula for managing kitchen staffs—SEF:Scheduling, Empowering, and Follow up—and how the formulaworks in practice Take-away boxes that reinforce key points Chapters that progress logically, helping you evaluate andrefine your goals, develop a mission and principles, and implementthese in a motivational and positive way Helpful forms for both greater efficiency and esprit decorps Inspiring quotations, as well as life and work tips from ChefCarroll Whether you're a student just starting your culinary education,or an executive chef seeking to take your operation to a whole newlevel of excellence, Leadership Lessons from a Chef is anindispensable resource for all stages of your culinary career.

50 1 by Nate Tanguay

Title 50 1
Author Nate Tanguay
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2019-11-25
Category Reference
Total Pages 146
ISBN 1532085915
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Although some of the information in the book may seem simplistic—it is not. In Chapter One, 50+1, are the most improper word usages on the internet. As I have obtained each of these egregious errors from there, it stands to reason that this chapter will help writers to be more grammatically correct. As English, to many, is not their primary language, this chapter should become their go-to resource.

Take It Back by Tim Clinton

Title Take It Back
Author Tim Clinton
Publisher Charisma House
Release 2021-04-06
Category Religion
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1629998753
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Our culture is determined to redefine masculinity as something it was never meant to be. The American Psychological Association asserts that "traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful." Many agree that "forcing men to behave in accordance with the worst stereotypes of manliness harms them, and it harms others." But is the answer then to marginalize and feminize men? Despite culture's determination to redefine masculinity, the great heart cry of our day is for men to rise up and take back their rightful place. It's a cry that echoes deep in the soul and from all ends of our society, and particularly from the women who love their fathers, husbands, brothers, and sons. Most women want their men to be honored and to stand up and be men. Men have faltered and lost a lot of influence and territory. The good news is that for many who struggle there is often a daily yearning to make it right. The reality is, masculinity is not and never was "toxic." Tim Clinton, president of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), challenges readers to reject culture's redefinition and seek biblical examples of true manhood. Fast-paced, filled with relevant biblical and contemporary stories of godly men like David, Nehemiah, George Foreman, and Tim Tebow, Take It Back empowers men to be who God created them to be and to impact the culture that is in desperate need of their influence. Readers will find encouragement and affirmation that they matter as men, that they can be difference-makers in their circles of influence and have a positive impact on the culture. They will find grace for their shame over past mistakes and find the ability to move forward. This book will help you find encouragement and affirmation that you matter as a man, that you can be a difference-maker in your circle of influence and have a positive impact on the culture. You will find grace to overcome your shame over past mistakes and find the ability to move forward.

Finding God s Will by Gregg Matte

Title Finding God s Will
Author Gregg Matte
Publisher Baker Books
Release 2010-11-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1441224149
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pastor Gregg Matte writes, "God's will is not the needle in the haystack discovered only by 'Navy SEALs for Jesus'; it is actually the hay in the haystack to be found by every believer." This is great news for any Christian who has ever wondered about finding and living in the will of God. Through an extensive, intimate examination of God's encounter with Moses in the burning bush, Finding God's Will invites readers to shift their understanding of God's will from an event to be experienced to a process to live; God's will is what happens when we seek him. Readers will discover how to be on the lookout for their own burning bushes, how to focus on pleasing "Thee not they," and how to expect God's power as they seek his will. They may also be surprised to find that, as they seek a deeper relationship with God, his direction and guidance become clear. A life centered in God's will is a promise offered to every believer and every Christian can learn how to receive that gift.

The Impressionist by Tim Clinton

Title The Impressionist
Author Tim Clinton
Publisher Destiny Image Publishers
Release 2014-09-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 192
ISBN 0768404924
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Dr. Clinton’s novella will encourage, inspire and challenge you to greatness.” Pat Williams, Orlando Magic senior vice president, Author of Coach Wooden’s Greatest Secret “This book is so compelling that I skipped an NFL playoff game because I could not stop reading. This story will instruct and inspire.” —Michael Lyles M.D., Christian psychiatrist, author and speaker “The Impressionist causes us to face the truth about ourselves and our desperate need for a Savior.” —Liz Curtis Higgs, New York Times bestselling author of Mine is the Night Middle aged, disappointed and self-loathing, Adam Camp is anything but the picture of a successful man. With his wife threatening to leave him and their son addicted to drugs, Adam teeters on the verge of absolute despair—questioning his own existence and purpose for living. After an explosive argument with his wife, Adam searches for an escape as he sets out on a journey that will dramatically recolor his world. While walking through the city park, Adam is approached by an old painter. The mysterious artist convinces Adam to let him paint his portrait and what happens next is nothing short of a masterpiece. “Combine the insights of Tim Clinton and the storytelling of Max Davis, and what you get is a wonderfully entertaining glimpse into the very soul of human existence.” —Mark Gilroy, bestselling author Cuts Like a Knife and Every Breath You Take “The Impressionist is one of those rare books that tugs on your heartstrings, unveiling things deep within your soul, things you didn't even know were there. Anticipate it and savor it!” —Larry J. Koenig, Ph.D., Author of Smart Discipline and Mental Toughness: the Path to Extraordinary Success in Life “Transformation is waiting to be unlocked in these pages!“ —Margaret Feinberg, author of Wonderstruck “…a heart-warming story of hope and redemption.” --Max Lucado, pastor and NY Times bestselling author

Title NKJV The Lucado Life Lessons Study Bible eBook
Author Thomas Nelson
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release 2010-09-06
Category Bibles
Total Pages 1680
ISBN 1418546917
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discover the life-enriching biblical application you're searching for in The Lucado Life Lessons Study Bible. With more than 1,000 "Life Lessons" offering insights straight from Max, the message of God's Word will be more meaningful and impactful than ever. This beautifully designed Bible contains practical application drawn from Max Lucado's entire career—from his first book to his latest release, Outlive Your Life. For the first time, all the devotional material in this fully-revised edition of The Inspirational Study Bible is from Max Lucado and uses the popular and reliable New King James Version® (NKJV) translation! Features include: Two-color design throughout More than 1,000 insightful Life Lessons Christ Through the Bible sidebars Topical Index New King James Version text A perfect companion for Max Lucado's Outlive Your Life DVD-Based Study (9781418543945). Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles The New King James Version—More than 60 million copies sold in 30 years

Hunted in Warsaw by Henry G. Gribou

Title Hunted in Warsaw
Author Henry G. Gribou
Publisher McFarland
Release 2014-01-10
Category History
Total Pages 228
ISBN 0786490705
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As a teenage Jew in Nazi–occupied Poland, Henry Gribou went to great lengths to conceal his true identity. Fluent in German and Polish, he acquired papers with a fake Polish birth certificate and became a master of slipping unobtrusively between the Jewish and non–Jewish worlds. In this chronicle of his remarkable double life, Gribou recounts his complicated relationship with the Nazi chemist who became his mentor, his parents’ death from German bombs, his efforts to smuggle food to his sister inside the Warsaw ghetto, his life and fledgling career as a chemist outside the ghetto walls, his involvement in the Polish Underground, and his marriage to a local girl who remained ignorant of his secret until after the war. Throughout, Gribou powerfully conveys his anxiety at being exposed at any moment, offering a vivid portrait of a man hiding in plain sight and an extraordinary perspective on the Holocaust.

Title American Book Publishing Record
Author
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Release 2005
Category American literature
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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