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Dante Hall

Author : Dante Hall
ISBN : 1582619573
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This beautiful, limited-edition volume is hand-numbered and autographed by Dante Hall. Certificate of Authenticity included, only 500 copies available! X-citing. X-traordinary. X-cellent. Whatever adjective can be dreamed up, it cannot compare to the 2003 dream season Dante Hall enjoyed for the Kansas City Chiefs. From an appearance on the The Late Show with David Letterman to etching his name into the NFL record books, Dante ?The X-Factor? Hall turned the NFL into his own personal playground and helped the Chiefs get back to the postseason for the first time since 1998. As one of the most heralded running backs ever to hail from the football-crazy state of Texas, Hall enjoyed a great deal of success at Texas A&M before being unceremoniously dropped from the team because of a series of parking tickets that drew as much attention as his exploits on the football field.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The X Factor

Author : Ross R. Reck
ISBN : 0471218081
Genre : Business & Economics
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Ross Reck is a consultant who spent the last 15 years developing a four-step management process to help his global clients add millions to their bottom lines. His philosophy is built around what he terms as the "X-factor" -- the secret of getting ordinary people X-cited about going the X-tra mile to help their managers achieve X-traordinary results. The process he builds around it is comprehensive, easy to understand and use, and universal in its application. Presenting his techniques as a business parable, Reck shows how any manager can harness the "X-factor" to achieve extraordinary results from ordinary people.
Category: Business & Economics

The X Factor

Author : Alexander Amani
ISBN : 9781449085759
Genre : Fiction
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The X Factor offers a refreshingly new perspective from both sides on a well-documented and highly criticized event in world history. In so doing, it encourages introspection into the human condition, and draws sobering conclusions while shedding light into the shadowy world of espionage and child exploitation. Xavier Knight, an orphaned teenager is recruited, and trained as a commando at a top secret base in the U.S. Along with other orphaned boys aged (10-13), he is then deployed to Vietnam one year after the fall of Saigon (April 1975) to operate as a drug courier. Under the code name Operation Child's Play, Xavier and his peers traffic heroin, utilizing the tunnels that are ubiquitously located throughout southern Vietnam. Unbeknownst to the children is a plot to assassinate key Vietnamese military and political leaders that the CIA has identified. The protagonist, Xavier Knight, quickly realizes that the stakes are high as he loses friends and his innocence for life forever, while becoming an accomplished assassin. As The X Factor reaches eleven years into the future, Xavier has become a member of the elite U.S. Navy SEALs. The plot shifts gears when a stolen atomic demolition munition device is reported to be heading to Cuba from Russia. A chase after the stolen atomic device ushers in the presence of a mysterious and beautiful Israeli agent named Assyria Zalloua-Saad. The plot becomes more dangerous when the Red Mafia joins forces with a Mexican drug cartel, as plans go forward to relocate Heroin operations from the east coast of the U.S. to California. The two crime syndicates become the focus for SEAL team missions, abductions and a final show-down on the Las Islas de Coronados islands off the coast of Southern California.
Category: Fiction

The X Factor

Author : Clair T. Berube
ISBN : 9781617350351
Genre : Education
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What makes for a good teacher has been the topic of many academic studies. This book seeks to address this question as it pertains to outstanding science teaching. Effective science teaching demands a unique skill set and personality in order to capture students' attention and curiosity. Although many variables have been studied in this area, including methods, pedagogy, and best practices, not much has been revealed concerning traits of successful science teachers. What is different about that science teacher who made you fall in love with science so that you changed your career path as a result? Is is something we can identify and measure? And is it something we can embrace during this standards-driven, high-stakes test mentality educational climate we currently find ourselves in? This book uncovers those dimensions of exceptional science teaching in order to answer these questions. -- Back Cover
Category: Education

Cobra Sm

Author : Patrick D. Curran
ISBN : 9781438924816
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

The X Factor Diet

Author : Leslie Kenton
ISBN : 0091887755
Genre : Nutrition
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Permanent weight loss without hunger or hardship is everyone's dream. In this ground-breaking book Leslie Kenton reveals how to achieve your ideal body shape and weight in this way while simultaneously overcoming the health hazards that excess weight brings in its wake. A recently discovered group of metabolic disorders known as Syndrome X has spawned obesity on a scale never seen before. Also known as insulin resistance syndrome, it predisposes us to high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and early ageing. Cutting-edge research has recently shown that the major culprit is the high-carb/low-fat diet we have been urged to follow. This regime simply does not suit the way our bodies have evolved. Result: it makes many of us fat. Leslie Kenton's scientifically backed The X Factor Diet provides two fat-loss programmes, together with delicious recipes and easy meal plans to restore normal weight naturally, increase energy levels and make you fitter for life. Join her on a journey towards a leaner, healthier and more beautiful body.
Category: Nutrition

The X Factor

Author : Franklin W. Dixon
ISBN : 9781416996552
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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MISSION: To find out who is responsible for Bret Johnston's death, and save Galaxy X from another tragedy! LOCATION: Galaxy X, a new theme park in California. POTENTIAL VICTIMS: Any number of A-list celebs invited to the grand opening of the park. SUSPECTS: Tyrone McKenzie and his family seem to make enemies by the second. But is it a new enemy that wants to keep the park shut down? Or someone from the McKenzie family's past who has suddenly resurfaced...?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

How To Win The X Factor

Author : Keeley Bolger
ISBN : 9780857121301
Genre : Music
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Since it was first screened in 2004, the X Factor has become essential weekend viewing, with regular TV audiences of over 12 million – but the question remains, how do you win? How do you impress the judges, the cruel Simon Cowell, the twinkly Louis Walsh, the beautiful Cheryl Cole. Is it the singer or the song? Is it the presentation? The support from your friends? Your background? Your attitude? Or is it the hairstyle? Or the well timed tears? TV writer Keeley Bolger takes a light-hearted look at the show, the controversies over vote rigging, and the supposed rivalry between the judges and contestants and offers her tips – not all of them obvious – on how to win the coveted title. She also delves into the history of TV talent shows and profiles the judges and previous winners of the X Factor. Keeley Bolger is a London-based freelance journalist who has written extensively about X Factor, TV, music and pop culture for The Sun and other media.
Category: Music

The X Factor Discover The Secret Of The Mysterious Power Behind Uhuru

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ISBN : 9789966065315
Genre : Religion
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In this incredibly thought provoking book the author reveals a new powerful force that is sweeping across Kenya and convincingly demonstrates how this force is the power behind Uhuru Kenyattas' ascendancy to power. In this book you will discover; Why Uhuru Kenyatta is destined to become one of Kenyas' greatest presidents. The simple secret behind Uhurus increasing popularity which is far from its peak. What this enormous force behind Uhuru that rivals the scope of every single kenyan political and economic wave - fro the 1990s first multiparty elections to the Narc wave of 2002 is. The author suggests that you will see - you must see - that we are at the dawn of a new day, where the possibilities are so wonderful, fascinating and limitless they are almost bewildering. This enormous force will change everything from the way our country has been governed up to now and reshape our economic climate in the process making thousands upon thousands of Kenyans wealthier. From deep insights that grip your mind, the possibilities are limitless as the author takes you on a roller-coaster of scientific, spiritual, philosophic, financial and economic possibilities that are unfolding in-front of your eyes. The power so to speak is now in your hands and once you get a grip on this mysterious power your life can never be the same again.
Category: Religion

The Classroom X Factor The Power Of Body Language And Non Verbal Communication In Teaching

Author : John White
ISBN : 9781136738029
Genre : Education
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"Why is it that some teachers have a kind of magical charisma and charm in the classroom which sets them apart from their peers? The answer is: they have the 'X-Factor'. White and Gardner's gripping text, The Classroom X Factor, examines the notion of having what the public has come to call the 'X-Factor' from the perspective of the teacher, offering fascinating insight into the use of non verbal communication in the classroom. Using classroom and curricular examples this book sets out to show how both trainee and practicing teachers can identify their own 'X-Factor' in order to help transform their perspectives and perceptions of themselves during the 'live act' of teaching. White and Gardner show that by following simple methods borrowed from psychology and cognitive science teachers can develop their own 'X-Factor' and in so doing increase their enjoyment and efficacy as professionals. The techniques described include some of the following: - Facial and vocal expression - Gesture and body language - Use of space and physical arrangement of the classroom - Pupil motivation - Pedagogical approaches"-- Provided by publisher.
Category: Education