BORN TO BUILD

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Born To Build

Author : Jim Clifton
ISBN : 159562127X
Genre : Business & Economics
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People will ask you throughout your life, “Where do you work?” and “What do you do?” They never ask you, “What are you building?” When conversations change to “What are you building?” the world will change. Written for anyone trying to figure out how to make the most of their lives, Born to Build seeks to inspire entrepreneurs and ambitious, self-motivated people to build something that will change the world. A builder’s venture could be a small business that grows into a mammoth enterprise, a thriving new division in an existing company, a nonprofit, a social enterprise, a church, a school — anything that creates economic growth and makes a lasting impact on society. Born to Build is written by Gallup Chairman and CEO Jim Clifton and Sangeeta Badal, Ph.D., Principal Scientist for Gallup’s Entrepreneurship and Job Creation initiative, and is grounded in years of research. This book goes beyond the conventional economics-based business training and instead offers a uniquely psychological approach to venture building. It gives readers the tools and techniques they need to understand who they are, what motivates them and what they can build — and how. By following the practical steps in Born to Build, readers will have the tools to build a sustainable and profitable venture of any size from scratch. Central to the book is a code that allows readers to take Gallup’s Builder Profile 10 (BP10) assessment, which identifies their innate talents and motivations and shows them how to make the most of their talents to build a successful enterprise.
Category: Business & Economics

Born To Build

Author : Gene Glick
ISBN : 157860012X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1945 a soldier recently returned from World War II service in France and Germany married "the most beautiful and wonderful girl in the world" and together the two of them set up a company which would build good, livable homes for families to enjoy. Pooling their modest cash resources and "moonlighting" days and nights at the construction sites of those first little homes, Eugene and Marilyn Glick initiated a tradition of excellence that grew until it became a standard for the entire housing industry.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

We Build Our Homes

Author : Laura Knowles
ISBN : 9780711240803
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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It’s not only humans who can build incredible structures: around the world, mammals, birds and insects can be found building incredible things. From big beaver dams to tiny caddisfly cases, this beautifully illustrated picture book explores each animal’s incredible home and uncovers the reasons why they build. Featuring 26 creatures from around the world, each amazing animal architect tells its own 'micro story' about its impressive architectural skills in this delightfully unique wildlife book. Among the amazing builders you’ll meet: Ovenbirds, who carry clumps of mud up into the trees to make their nest Darwin’s bark spiders, who build webs stretching out as far as three buses, end-to-end Moles, who use their spade-like paws to dig extensive networks of tunnels with nesting spaces and storerooms where they keep earthworms to snack on later Polar bear mothers, who make their dens under the snow to stay in for five long months, nursing their cubs and eating nothing themselves Through lyrical text and entrancing edge-to-edge illustrations, admire the spectacular ingenuity of these animal architects.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Building Information Modeling For Dummies

Author : Stefan Mordue
ISBN : 9781119060055
Genre : Business & Economics
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Everything you need to make the most of building information modeling If you're looking to get involved in the world of BIM, but don't quite know where to start, Building Information Modeling For Dummies is your one-stop guide to collaborative building using one coherent system of computer models rather than as separate sets of drawings. Inside, you'll find an easy-to-follow introduction to BIM and hands-on guidance for understanding drivers for change, the benefits of BIM, requirements you need to get started, and where BIM is headed. The future of BIM is bright—it provides the industry with an increased understanding of predictability, improved efficiency, integration and coordination, less waste, and better value and quality. Additionally, the use of BIM goes beyond the planning and design phase of the project, extending throughout the building life cycle and supporting processes, including cost management, construction management, project management, and facility operation. Now heavily adopted in the U.S., Hong Kong, India, Singapore, France, Canada, and countless other countries, BIM is set to become a mandatory practice in building work in the UK, and this friendly guide gives you everything you need to make sense of it—fast. Demonstrates how BIM saves time and waste on site Shows you how the information generated from BIM leads to fewer errors on site Explains how BIM is based on data sets that describe objects virtually, mimicking the way they'll be handled physically in the real world Helps you grasp how the integration of BIM allows every stage of the life cycle to work together without data or process conflict Written by a team of well-known experts, this friendly, hands-on guide gets you up and running with BIM fast.
Category: Business & Economics

Designed To Build

Author : Donald H. Abel
ISBN : OCLC:1107270297
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You Can Build Characters Too

Author : J. Pringle
ISBN : 1453548327
Genre : Performing Arts
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YOU CAN BUILD CHARACTERS, TOO! is an Acting textbook that shows the Actor and Acting student how to analyze and construct a character in fundamental, systematic, and step-by-step formats. This book begins by teaching the Actor two simple systems of Character Construction. This book also helps the Actor master the Four Tools of Tone so that he or she can build the characters voice and even identify—quickly—the vocal patterns of people observed in the streets. After showing the Actor how to construct the character’s voice and body, this book then shows him or her how to analyze the character in order to identify the character’s vision of the world and the people in it and how the character responds to the world and its people.
Category: Performing Arts

How To Build A Time Machine

Author : Brian Clegg
ISBN : 9781429990097
Genre : Science
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A pop science look at time travel technology, from Einstein to Ronald Mallett to present day experiments. Forget fiction: time travel is real. In How to Build a Time Machine, Brian Clegg provides an understanding of what time is and how it can be manipulated. He explores the fascinating world of physics and the remarkable possibilities of real time travel that emerge from quantum entanglement, superluminal speeds, neutron star cylinders and wormholes in space. With the fascinating paradoxes of time travel echoing in our minds will we realize that travel into the future might never be possible? Or will we realize there is no limit on what can be achieved, and take on this ultimate challenge? Only time will tell.
Category: Science

How To Build A Man

Author : EC NORMAN
ISBN : 1453571345
Genre : Fiction
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God created and from that beginning it was Eve, who is perceived to be the progenitor of women problems. E. C. Norman transforms the story of creation in her new book How To Build A Man, Construction on the “Wo.” She introduces the five construction tools used by Eve. She examines the differences between Adam and Eve and the interactions in the midst of Satan and Eve and other biblical women that followed Eve’s path. This book will transport you through creation and lead you back through the expectations of the “Wo.” E. C. Norman expresses how important it is for women to learn from Eve and her construction tools and see how they are still in operation today.
Category: Fiction

If The Lord Does Not Build The House

Author : Hilda; Kirt Bromley
ISBN : 9781449791704
Genre : Religion
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Hilda and Kirt Bromley have set up fifty-three libraries in rural communities in Ghana, West Africa. Responding to a call from the Lord, the Bromleys trusted in Him to provide. They set up a nonprofit organization, collected books, raised funds for shipping, and then traveled to Ghana to meet with local communities to help set up their libraries. The Bromleys view the work as a mission from God to provide opportunities for people in rural areas where textbooks and educational resources are very limited. “The Glory of God is the person fully alive” is the motto of Books for Africa Library Project. This book relates the experiences of this mission from its inception in 1996 to the present time, working with rural communities setting up libraries. There are also stories of Hilda’s childhood in the British colony of the Gold Coast, her youth as a national runner honored by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first president of Ghana, her intercultural marriage with Kirt, and their work with AA and Al-Anon in Ghana. Their stories relate the faithfulness of God from the time when the Lord first spoke to Hilda, “Go build Me a library in Kukurantumi.”
Category: Religion