RULES OF THE GAME

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Rules Of The Game

Author : Neil Strauss
ISBN : 9780062130105
Genre : Social Science
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If you want to play the Game, you've got to know the Rules. In his international bestseller The Game, Neil Strauss delved into the secret world of pick-up artists—men who have created a science out of the art of seduction. Not only did he reveal the techniques that they had developed, but he became a master of The Game, and the world's No. 1 PUA, as Style. Now, in this bestselling companion, Strauss reduces three books of life-changing knowledge into a single-volume set. The first book, The Stylelife Challenge, breaks down the knowledge he learned and techniques he invented into simple step-by-step instructions that anyone can follow to meet and land the women of their dreams. In the second book, Strauss takes readers into the dark side of The Game. The Style Diaries offers a series of tales of seduction and sexual (mis)adventure. From accidentally getting married during a drunken night in Reykjavik, to luring a famous musician's granddaughter into a threesome; to the stress and frustration of the torturous and highly unorthodox "30 Day Sex Experiment," The Style Diaries takes you further into the seduction underworld than ever before. Finally, in the all-new, updated third volume, Strauss collects the greatest, most powerful, field-tested, word-for-word routines. You don't need money, looks, or fame to succeed with women. All you need is an understanding of how attraction works—and this thirty-day workout program for your social skills, which has already guided countless men from frustration to fulfillment.
Category: Social Science

New Rules Of The Game

Author : Susan Packard
ISBN : 9780698154797
Genre : Business & Economics
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Business is a team sport. Learn how to win. Where would your career be if you could understand how your colleagues--especially men--succeed and win at work? And if, in understanding and applying the rules, you could win, too? In New Rules of the Game, business leader Susan Packard shows you how to cultivate gamesmanship--a strategic way of thinking regularly seen in the video game and sports worlds, and most often among men--that develops creativity, focus, optimism, teamwork, and competitiveness. You'll learn the Ten Rules of Gamesmenship and how to use them effectively to: · Compete outwardly in a healthy, rewarding way · Build support groups to help you advance · Step up with more grit to get the next win · Approach your workplace with more lightness and insight · Take loss in stride and provide the emotional distance needed to win at work Packard shares her career story with humor and candor, including the successes and the mistakes, the triumphs and some personal and career setbacks, and presents them as teachable moments for you. But the book is much bigger that one person’s experience. Packard also shares the stories of other presidents and CEOs who have become great gamers in their own fields, providing you with the insight and inspiration to play the business game smarter, stronger, and more successfully. You will also be better able to coach others, inspiring your team to perform at higher levels as you drive them toward the next win. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Business & Economics

The Rules Of The Game

Author : Leonard Downie, Jr.
ISBN : 0307271226
Genre : Fiction
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From Leonard Downie Jr., longtime editor of The Washington Post, an eye-opening novel of corruption, deception, and intrigue in our nation’s capital. Sarah Page, a rising star at the Washington Capital, has been assigned to cover the dark world of politics and money in Washington. But when she begins to investigate an influential lobbyist and his clients, she realizes that little is what it seems. As Sarah digs deeper, one of her sources is murdered and others disappear. She herself is the target of a car bomb, and a late-night caller warns that she is jeopardizing national security. And while she is determined to pursue the story wherever it leads, her own romantic indiscretions leave her vulnerable. Sarah is helped by Pat Scully, an evasive, cryptic source in hiding; Kit Morgan, a ubiquitous presence in the national security community whose employer remains a mystery; and Chris Collins, a cooperative congressman whose motives are obscure. When President Susan Cameron—suddenly thrust into the job when her predecessor dies in the White House—is confronted with what Sarah has found, the scheming of her top aides and her own political survival come into conflict with her duty to the country. No one knows more about Washington, its inner workings and secrets than Leonard Downie Jr. And no novel has better captured the tensions among business interests, politicians, and the press, or the morally ambiguous ways in which all three really work. The Rules of the Game is a riveting and searing debut. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Fiction

Scraps

Author : Michel Leiris
ISBN : 9780300227840
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The second volume of Michel Leiris’s hugely influential four-volume autobiographical essay, available to English-language readers in a brilliant and sensitive translation by Lydia Davis One of the most versatile and beloved French intellectuals of the twentieth century, Michel Leiris reconceives the autobiography as a literary experiment that sheds light on the mechanisms of memory and on the way the unconnected events of a life become connected through invented narrative. In this volume, the second in his four-volume epic autobiographical enterprise, Leiris merges quotidian events with profound philosophical self-exploration. He also wrangles with the disillusionment that accompanies his own self-reflection. In the midst of struggling with his own motives for writing an autobiographical essay, he comes to the revelation that life, after all, has aspects worth remembering even if moments of beauty are bookended by misery. Yet what can be said of human life, of his own life, when his memory is unreliable, his eyesight is failing, and his mood is despairing?
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Rules Of The Game

Author : Christopher Brady
ISBN : 0273644645
Genre : Business & Economics
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What game do you think you are playing? What game are you playing? What game s hould you be playing? Human beings are, by nature game players, and the business world is no more than a series of sometimes interconnected and sometimes self-standing games. The team which best understands the actual game in which it is involved will prevail, and players with the most finely tuned gaming instinct will prove the most successful. The players who have first-hand experience of the rules, structure and strategies of their own games are always the most successful. It is not enough simply to know which business you are in, you must also understand the deeper complexities of the game. Drawing inspiration from sources as diverse as Manchester United , Kosovo and Ferrar i; using individuals from Thelma and Louis e, through to Michael Schumacher and Sun Tzu , the Chinese Warrior, the authors can show you why players play and how to beat everybody else at their own game. Rules of the Game is not only about the theory of a gaming instinct but also a practical account of how to hone the game playing process and then use it for competitive advantage. Welcome to the great game of business... you'll need a player's guide. Contents Part 1 The idea Part 2 The game Part 3 Winning Part 4 Game plans: 10 The glory game - Manchester United and the treble 11 The expansion game Manchester United and BskyB 12 The dirty games - NATO and Kosovo - Game one - civil war- Game two - humanitarian war- Game three - the Cold War leftover- Game four - the domestic political game: 13 The crisis game - Marks & Spencer 14 The litition game - Microsoft v the US Government 15 The brand game - BMW and Rover Conclusion Further Reading Index
Category: Business & Economics

Rules Of The Game 1

Author : Mary Page
ISBN : 0838822371
Genre : Education
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Rules Of The Game

Author : Mark R. Amstutz
ISBN : 9781317252627
Genre : Political Science
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Anyone interested in the forces behind globalization, terrorism, job outsourcing, or the price of gas needs at least a fundamental understanding of international relations. Using the relevant and accessible metaphor of a game, The Rules of the Game provides an introductory explanation of international relations. The book is broken into three inviting parts. First, it examines the basics of the international relations game by explaining the nature of the game, its players, its goals, and its strategies. Then, the book looks at the rules of the game from the perspectives of politics, economics, law, and morality. The book ends with a pertinent discussion of the future of the international relations game in the context of globalization. Intended for general readers, this book provides a succinct, jargon-free framework for understanding contemporary international relations.
Category: Political Science

Rules Of The Game

Author : Michael E. Jones
ISBN : 9781442258075
Genre : Law
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This book is an engaging and informative text written by one of the leading authorities in the field of sports law. Readers will learn how contracts are formed, the rights of athletes, the economics of fielding teams, how copyright and trademark laws affect the industry, how commissioners discipline errant athletes, and more.
Category: Law

The Rules Of The Game

Author : Andrew Gordon
ISBN : 9781612512327
Genre : History
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Foreword by Admiral Sir John Woodward. When published in hardcover in 1997, this book was praised for providing an engrossing education not only in naval strategy and tactics but in Victorian social attitudes and the influence of character on history. In juxtaposing an operational with a cultural theme, the author comes closer than any historian yet to explaining what was behind the often described operations of this famous 1916 battle at Jutland. Although the British fleet was victorious over the Germans, the cost in ships and men was high, and debates have raged within British naval circles ever since about why the Royal Navy was unable to take advantage of the situation. In this book Andrew Gordon focuses on what he calls a fault-line between two incompatible styles of tactical leadership within the Royal Navy and different understandings of the rules of the games.
Category: History