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Embracing The Grind

Author : Justin Goldman
ISBN : 1537721739
Genre : Hockey
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Embracing The Grind features candid, motivational discussions with 11 NHL goaltenders and goalie coaches. A continuation of The Power Within, this book aims to help you embrace the mental, emotional, and physical challenges that come with playing one of the toughest positions in sports.
Category: Hockey

Embrace The Grind

Author : Michael F. Opolski
ISBN : 1522980725
Genre :
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Are you one of those people who has decided to go into business for yourself and from day one all you wanted to know was "How Hard is This Really Going to Be?" If you want to create breakthroughs for yourself in your business then you must improve your Confidence, you need to know how to be better Organized, You must create a Positive Mindset, Develop Productive Habits, and improve your ability to do Marketing and Branding with Social Media. What does that look like? Embrace The Grind is going to take you behind the scenes of what it takes to develop the right type of skills needed to get your past your fears so you can move forward in life and in your business.

Small Important Things

Author : Paul Broomfield
ISBN : 9781452594637
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The unasked, unanswered (and quite possibly unconscious) question on most males’ minds is “How do I become a man?” or “Where do I begin?” Take Daniel Shaughnessy, for example. By conventional standards, the thirty-one-year-old was successful and had everything he needed to be happy. Except for happiness. Internally, he was emotionally unfulfilled and incapable of meaningful intimate relationships; suffering from a subtle but consistent melancholic ignorance as to why he felt melancholic in the first place; plagued by a persistent lament: “Oh, God, why can’t this all just cease?” It was a silent humiliation, not always in the spotlight, but definitely lurking in the shadows. And when one chance encounter presented another option to stop the suffering? Well, then Daniel came face to face with the fears, insecurities, and doubts that were at the heart of his ache. Because we find that sometimes the greatest obstacle and enemy of a rich and satisfying life … is our own self. Set in the beautiful, bustling, and eclectic city of Montreal, Quebec, Small Important Things is an educational journey through the life of a man who didn’t quite feel like a man but had a deep-seated desire to initiate himself into manhood. So if the question “Where do I begin to become a man?” resonates, then the answer is, ding-dong—right here.
Category: Health & Fitness

Embracing Divine Grace

Author : John Hunyady
ISBN : 9781426993008
Genre : Family & Relationships
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In his own words and style, John Hunyady describes his changing life circumstances and experiences. John was born in a German Saxon village in Transylvania, Romania where German and Romanian were spoken and rich traditions were practiced. Villagers farmed and gypsies sold wares. As he grew, John worked with his father in a flour mill. Johns story shows the turmoil that came with shifting political control. In 1940, Hungarians marched into Romania. During World War II, his family became refugees, fled the Russian army, and eventually resettled in Germany in 1946. Looking for a new life, John and a sister immigrated to Canada. Speaking no English, John went to work for a dairy farmer. Years later he had his own dairy farm, a dear wife, and children. But in one terribly tragic moment Johns life changed. You will meet a man who, because of his unwavering faith and trust in his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, has lived a life of victory rather than defeat, in spite of the trials and grief he has faced. John believes there is nothing able to separate him from Gods love which is in Christ Jesus his Lord.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Spark And The Grind

Author : Erik Wahl
ISBN : 9780399564222
Genre : Business & Economics
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We’ve been conditioned to think about creative genius as a dichotomy: dreamers versus doers, creativity versus discipline, the spark versus the grind. But what if we’re wrong? What if it’s the spark and the grind? We love people whose creative genius arrives in sudden sparks of inspiration. Think of Archimedes in his bathtub or Newton under his apple tree. But we also admire people who work incredibly hard and long for their creative breakthroughs. Think of Edison in his lab, grinding through hundreds of failed variations on the lightbulb. We remember his words in tough times: “Genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration.” Now Erik Wahl, a visual artist, speaker, and entre­preneur, helps us unite the yin and yang of creativity— the dynamic new ideas with the dogged effort. He shows why we won’t get far if we rely on the spark without the grind, or the grind without the spark. What the world really needs are the creators who can hold the two in balance. Fortunately, it’s possible to get good at both, as Wahl knows from experience. After his corporate career sud­denly ended, he pursued a spark—to paint photorealistic portraits—and ground it out until he got good enough to make very good art very quickly. That’s the basis of his riveting live shows, which have captivated skeptical audiences who never expected to be inspired by art—and taught them to embrace creativity in a whole new way. This book offers surprising insights and practical advice about how to fan the sparks and make the grind more productive. Wahl deftly synthesizes the wisdom of other artists, philosophers, scientists, and business visionaries throughout history, along with his own views. Here’s how he sums up his approach: The world needs people who enjoy swimming in ideas until they discover a great one. The world also needs doers who have a gift for activation, a.k.a. “getting s*** done.” But the most potent individual creators in any industry or environment have learned how to be both. They’ve learned how to spark their grind and they’ve learned how to grind their sparks. As a result, they not only make things happen, they make great things. If you want to ensure constant creativity in your life and produce your most innovative work—this is your guide.
Category: Business & Economics

More Grace For The Daily Grind

Author : Larry Briney
ISBN : 9781615790807
Genre : Religion
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Larry Briney is a graduate of LIFE Bible College, Los Angeles, Class of 1956, and is currently Associate Pastor of Valley Christian Center in Fresno, California. He has been in active ministry for 53 years, having served churches in Illinois for 5 years, in Eureka, California for 24 years, and in Fresno, California for nearly 24 years. He and his wife Beth have been married for 55 years and have 3 children, 5 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. Larry is a speaker, writer, counselor, multi-media creator, and Macintosh Computer consultant. He has traveled extensively in the Middle East and has led 14 groups on study tours of Israel and other countries in the Mediterranean region.
Category: Religion

Embracing Envy

Author : Josh Gressel
ISBN : 9780761864455
Genre : Psychology
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Envy is a universal emotion, yet people are very reluctant to confess their envy of another. In Embracing Envy, Josh Gressel suggests it is our shame at admitting we feel inferior to another person that keeps envy so hidden. Through interviews with everyday people, reviews of mainstream psychological research, and lessons from wisdom literature, this book delves into how envy can be seen as meaningful and useful in our daily lives.
Category: Psychology

The Grind Don T Stop

Author : L. E. Newell
ISBN : 9781451617719
Genre : Fiction
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The sequel to Durty South Grind —an erotic novel about 500 spirits forever linked through love and devotion as they travel through a maze of deceit and mischief from the upper classes to the underbelly of Atlanta. T he Grind Don’t Stop offers a raw realization of one individual balancing her passion for dedicated police work in her beloved hometown with the unbridled love for her longtime friends who are hustlers. Police chief Beverly Johnson has a secret. Her lover is Sparkle, the forty-one-year-old street hustler. Sparkle and his gang of pimps, drug dealers, and prostitutes run the streets of Atlanta, going up against their rivals, the Black Don. The exciting nightlife of one of America’s fabulous cities is on full display and its world-renowned historical sites are the background to this compelling drama. Lifelong friends and their associates roam through the underbelly of the glitter and glitz in a maze of whodunit that are sure to delight everyone who loved Durty South Grind .
Category: Fiction

The Daily Grind

Author : Marquita R. Walker
ISBN : 9780739193341
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Daily Grind:How WorkersNavigate the Employment Relationship introduces students to the tensions between labor and management within the U.S. employment relationship and explores how workers, operating in a socially and culturally structured system of capitalism, are influenced and manipulated by economic institutions and polity which exploit, devalue, and dehumanize workers in the name of corporate profit. The text covers how the American work ethic of the early nineteenth century helped shape the current perspective on the labor-management relationship, and how, over time, the Protestant and patriarchal influences of that period have countered the collective actions of workers in profound ways. The text further explores the effect of societal, cultural, and economic structures, both global and local, which limit workers’ ability to achieve the "American Dream" and result in depressed economic conditions and discouraged workers. The text’s focus on the current economic inequality and lack of social mobility challenges the current neoliberal ideology that capitalism is the best economic system. The overarching framework for The Daily Grind: How Workers Navigate the Employment Relationship is situated in Labor Process Theory (LPT) which explores the control and resistance dichotomy between labor and management, the systematic deskilling of the workforce in order to increase production and increase owners’ profits, and examines conflict over control of the labor process. An extension of Marxist theory about the organization of work, LPT explores the employment relationship, the control of work, the payment of work, the skills necessary for work, and the facilitation of work.
Category: Business & Economics

Gas Review

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ISBN : UIUC:30112045459051
Genre : Internal combustion engines
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Category: Internal combustion engines