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Moving Your Invisible Boundaries

Author : Jim Richards
ISBN : 1935769448
Genre : Religion
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Have you ever set goals, trained for maximum results, and followed the same personal development plan that seems to work for everyone else, only to hit an 'invisible boundary' that causes you to fall short? Unless you know how to expand your heart you will sabotage any success that might take you beyond your current heart boundaries. Even if you manage to push past your current heart boundaries, chances are you will experience some catastrophic event that pulls you back within the limits of life as you have known it Moving Your Invisible Boundaries is the result of forty years of research and clinical practice. These principles have been proven in counseling sessions, drug recovery programs, personal mentoring and by thousands who have put them into practice through Dr. Jim Richards' Heart Physics Programs. This book is designed to take you past information, past self-growth and into a life that experiences God, His promises, and the resurrection life of Jesus. By discovering and implementing the distinctions between the mind and the heart you will experience the secret to limitless living Rather than just hearing and reading the transformation stories of others, your life will be a transformation story. When you learn how to change your heart you will be able to move your invisible boundaries and begin to experience the joy of limitless living
Category: Religion

Invisible Boundaries

Author : Karen B. McWhorter
ISBN : 093161869X
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It is widely assumed that Yellowstone National Park is a year-round sanctuary for wildlife'a landscape that protects animals within park boundaries from human impacts. But the Park alone can neither contain nor sustain many of the wide-ranging species that people generally associate with it. Populations of large mammals, raptors, waterfowl, and many other species require space far beyond park boundaries during at least part of each year, to secure the resources necessary to survive and reproduce. To these creatures, the boundaries of our parks, forests, and ranches are invisible.In this publication and the museum exhibition it accompanies, noted authorities in several fields explore the invisible boundaries of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from diverse perspectives. Eminent conservation biologist Thomas Lovejoy places Greater Yellowstone in a global context, identifying the implications of animal movements for ecosystem conservation in our fragmented world. Ecologist and wildlife biologist Charles Preston reviews the genesis of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem concept and how it holds up to our current knowledge of wildlife movements and changing environments inside and outside Yellowstone National Park. Ecologist Arthur Middleton explains why elk and their spectacular annual migrations through the rugged country in and around Yellowstone are ideal vehicles to help us understand the challenges of cross-boundary movements. Wildlife photojournalist Joe Riis takes us along on the journeys of elk and other wildlife through Greater Yellowstone's magnificent backcountry, sharing his ground-breaking photography along with insights from nearly a decade of field work documenting these monumental journeys. Further extending the dialogue, artist James Prosek explores elk and other animal migrations through original artwork, freeing us from scientific and documentary boundaries to consider Yellowstone, conservation, and nature's fluidity from a different plane of human experience. Art historian Karen McWhorter ties everything together with observations and historical perspectives on collaborations among scientists, artists, and photographers toward increasing appreciation and understanding of the complex natural phenomenon of Yellowstone's great animal migrations.
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Invisible Boundaries

Author : Ernie B.
ISBN : 1450299318
Genre : Fiction
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Michael J. Belford is desperate when he hires Ernie Price Missing Persons to help locate his eighteen-year-old daughter, Meg. Seven months earlier, she didn’t arrive for their lunch date—planned to coincide with her departure from her senior class trip. Belford and Price must wade through a host of issues if they are to find Meg. First, Belford is stunned when he discovers that his parents, Andrew and Deborah, barely escaped from the death camps of World War II; they wanted their son to be free of the past. Then there’s the issue of Meg’s parentage—a strange turn of events that Belford’s parents never accepted. And, finally, he must come to terms with Meg’s upbringing by Bernice, a stern woman with little love in her soul. The eighteen years of control that Bernice held over Belford have been broken because of her untimely death. Now free to live his own life, he is determined to find Meg, which has become more urgent due to his mother’s illness. Meg, however, is caught in the trap of a slick rodeo star named Hank; she’s held as an emotional captive and doesn’t realize the danger she’s in.
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Invisible Boundaries

Author : Beth Ann Wenner
ISBN : 9780595421749
Genre : Education
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A collection of college essays from first-year English students attending McCann School of Business and Technology in Hazleton, PA. Students' essays that were chosen for publication include nontraditional students, the typical 18-year-old college student, retirees, and people wanting to further their education.
Category: Education

Invisible Boundaries

Author : Didier Houzel
ISBN : 9780429915239
Genre : Psychology
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The chapters of this book are all written by experienced psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapists and address different aspects of the psychotherapeutic treatment with psychotic children or adolescents. This volume collects the main contributions to the fourth conference of the child and adolescent section of the EFPP, held in Caen (France) in September 2001, on the general topic of "Psychotic Children and Adolescents and their Families".Contributors:Anne Alvarez; Britta Blomberg; Raymond Cahn; Genevieve Haag; Didier Houzel; Suzanne Maiello; Julia Pestalozzi; and Maria Rhode.
Category: Psychology

Moving Your Invisible Boundaries

Author : Dr. Jim Richards
ISBN : 9781935769620
Genre : Self-Help
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Have you ever set goals, trained for maximum results, and followed the same personal development plan that seems to work for everyone else, only to hit an ‘invisible boundary’ that causes you to fall short? Unless you know how to expand your heart you will sabotage any success that might take you beyond your current heart boundaries. Even if you manage to push past your current heart boundaries, chances are you will experience some catastrophic event that pulls you back within the limits of life as you have known it! Moving Your Invisible Boundaries is the result of forty years of research and clinical practice. These principles have been proven in counseling sessions, drug recovery programs, personal mentoring and by thousands who have put them into practice through Dr. Jim Richards’ Heart Physics Programs. This book is designed to take you past information, past self-growth and into a life that experiences God, His promises, and the resurrection life of Jesus. By discovering and implementing the distinctions between the mind and the heart you will experience the secret to limitless living! Rather than just hearing and reading the transformation stories of others, your life will be a transformation story. When you learn how to change your heart you will be able to move your invisible boundaries and begin to experience the joy of limitless living!
Category: Self-Help

Invisible Boundaries Grooming For Adult Roles

Author : T. S. Saraswati
ISBN : 818511949X
Genre : Kamatipura (Vadodara, India)
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A significant contribution to the study of socialization of children in India. It captures the essence to child and adolescent socialization in the context of poor settings in rural and urban areas.
Category: Kamatipura (Vadodara, India)

The Culture Map Intl Ed

Author : Erin Meyer
ISBN : 9781610396714
Genre : Business & Economics
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An international business expert helps you understand and navigate cultural differences in this insightful and practical guide, perfect for both your work and personal life. Americans precede anything negative with three nice comments; French, Dutch, Israelis, and Germans get straight to the point; Latin Americans and Asians are steeped in hierarchy; Scandinavians think the best boss is just one of the crowd. It's no surprise that when they try and talk to each other, chaos breaks out. In The Culture Map, INSEAD professor Erin Meyer is your guide through this subtle, sometimes treacherous terrain in which people from starkly different backgrounds are expected to work harmoniously together. She provides a field-tested model for decoding how cultural differences impact international business, and combines a smart analytical framework with practical, actionable advice.
Category: Business & Economics

Porous Borders Invisible Boundaries

Author : Jayne Howell
ISBN : 0692191720
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This volume explores from an anthropological perspective the complexities of borders and migration: the difficulties of crossing a militarized geographic boundary, engaging in the process of moving across a social barrier delineated by linguistic, religious cultural or political differences, or aiding migrants' survival through the arrival, resettlement and assimilation process? The authors of the 22 carefully written, sensitive essays included here provide invaluable insights into the legal, social and moral dimensions of migration.
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Invisible Boundaries

Author : Renée DePalma
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131675253
Genre : Education
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British children's diverse experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender identities in their families, communities, personal lives and schools were explored by researchers, practitioners, interest groups, policy makers and young people. They came together over 18 months until May 2007 and this book tells the stories that emerged. The narrative and analysis opens a new arena for those working with children and presents: new ways of conceptualizing and overcoming homophobia and transphobia in educational settings; ideas about how to translate policy supporting sexualities equality into the experiences of children and their families; the voices of young LGBT people on their own experiences of childhood; and fresh insights for people who work with children and may not have considered the importance and implications of sexualities equality for children's lives. Contributors include Mark Jennett, author of Stand Up For Us, British government guidelines on challenging homophobia in schools; Stephen Whittle, trans activist and professor of equalities law; members of Lesbian and Gay Youth Manchester; members of the No Outsiders research team challenging homophobia in primary schools; Sue Sanders, co-chair of Schools Out and teacher David Watkins. This is an important book for anyone living or working with children: parents, teachers, community workers, voluntary workers, and all those brought under the broad scope of children's services across the UK, and equivalent services elsewhere. It brings together the voices of people from many sectors that realize the urgency of addressing issues of sexualities equality as early as possible in young children's lives.
Category: Education

Invisible Borders

Author : Enrico Gargiulo
ISBN : 9783030538361
Genre :
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Invisible Borders

Author : Zaynab Alkali
ISBN : 9789183690
Genre : Nigerian fiction (English)
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Category: Nigerian fiction (English)

Teaming

Author : Amy C. Edmondson
ISBN : 9781118216767
Genre : Business & Economics
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New breakthrough thinking in organizational learning, leadership, and change Continuous improvement, understanding complex systems, and promoting innovation are all part of the landscape of learning challenges today's companies face. Amy Edmondson shows that organizations thrive, or fail to thrive, based on how well the small groups within those organizations work. In most organizations, the work that produces value for customers is carried out by teams, and increasingly, by flexible team-like entities. The pace of change and the fluidity of most work structures means that it's not really about creating effective teams anymore, but instead about leading effective teaming. Teaming shows that organizations learn when the flexible, fluid collaborations they encompass are able to learn. The problem is teams, and other dynamic groups, don't learn naturally. Edmondson outlines the factors that prevent them from doing so, such as interpersonal fear, irrational beliefs about failure, groupthink, problematic power dynamics, and information hoarding. With Teaming, leaders can shape these factors by encouraging reflection, creating psychological safety, and overcoming defensive interpersonal dynamics that inhibit the sharing of ideas. Further, they can use practical management strategies to help organizations realize the benefits inherent in both success and failure. Presents a clear explanation of practical management concepts for increasing learning capability for business results Introduces a framework that clarifies how learning processes must be altered for different kinds of work Explains how Collaborative Learning works, and gives tips for how to do it well Includes case-study research on Intermountain healthcare, Prudential, GM, Toyota, IDEO, the IRS, and both Cincinnati and Minneapolis Children's Hospitals, among others Based on years of research, this book shows how leaders can make organizational learning happen by building teams that learn.
Category: Business & Economics

Brown S Boundary Control And Legal Principles

Author : Walter G. Robillard
ISBN : 9781118758564
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The new edition of Brown's Boundary Control and Legal Principles has been updated to reflect ongoing changes in surveying technology and surveying law, notably by adding water boundary expert George Cole as a contributor to revamp information on Riparian and Littorial Boundaries. Additionally, a new appendix has been introduced containing a comprehensive list of surveying books that have been referenced in court cases and legal decisions as persuasive authority over the years. It is indispensable reading for students and practicioners studying for the Fundamentals of Land Surveying licensure exam.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Invisible Borders

Author : Enrico Gargiulo
ISBN : 3030538354
Genre : Social Science
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This book analyses residency, a form of municipal membership that plays a strategic role in administrative processes in Italy. Residency is a two-faced juridical status: a means for exercising rights and moving freely within a state territory and, at the same time, a tool of control that operates through identification and registration. Gargiulo investigates residency both historically and theoretically, showing that the status of resident is a special kind of border, namely, a status border, which draws the lines of local citizenship. By explaining that the mechanisms of exclusion from residency work as administrative barriers, and showing their aims and effects in terms of civic stratification and differential inclusion, this book contributes to the debates on local citizenship, borders, and discretionary power. ‘’While the legal concepts of (un)authorized presence and citizenship in bounded territorial states govern how we envision “immigrants” and debate their treatment, this perceptive book raises novel issues. Local residency registration, studied with rich material from Italy, regulates access to socially distributed resources, and shapes stratification of labor. The case made in this book is original, penetrating, and theoretically insightful. Scholars of migration will want to read this exceptional work.’’ — Josiah Heyman, University of Texas at El Paso, USA ‘’Enrico Gargiulo has made an important addition to our sociological understanding of the ways in which states and individuals relate to one another. The humble, often taken-for-granted status of "resident" turns out to be a major pathway to rights and privileges for individuals who have it; those without it may be legal non-persons who barely exist in the eyes of the state. This book is a major contribution to our expanding appreciation of the many kinds of borders, both physical and conceptual, that shape our relationships with the social and political world.’’ — John Torpey, Presidential Professor of Sociology and History, Director, Ralph Bunche, Institute for International Studies, CUNY Graduate Center, USA
Category: Social Science

Applied Groundwater Modeling

Author : Mary P. Anderson
ISBN : 9780080886947
Genre : Science
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Creating numerical groundwater models of field problems requires careful attention to describing the problem domain, selecting boundary conditions, assigning model parameters, and calibrating the model. This unique text describes the science and art of applying numerical models of groundwater flow and advective transport of solutes. Key Features * Explains how to formulate a conceptual model of a system and how to translate it into a numerical model * Includes the application of modeling principles with special attention to the finite difference flow codes PLASM and MODFLOW, and the finite-element code AQUIFEM-1 * Covers model calibration, verification, and validation * Discusses pathline analysis for tracking contaminants with reference to newly developed particle tracking codes * Makes extensive use of case studies and problems
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Signals And Boundaries

Author : John H. Holland
ISBN : 9780262304979
Genre : Computers
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An overarching framework for comparing and steering complex adaptive systems is developed through understanding the mechanisms that generate their intricate signal/boundary hierarchies. Complex adaptive systems (cas), including ecosystems, governments, biological cells, and markets, are characterized by intricate hierarchical arrangements of boundaries and signals. In ecosystems, for example, niches act as semi-permeable boundaries, and smells and visual patterns serve as signals; governments have departmental hierarchies with memoranda acting as signals; and so it is with other cas. Despite a wealth of data and descriptions concerning different cas, there remain many unanswered questions about "steering" these systems. In Signals and Boundaries, John Holland argues that understanding the origin of the intricate signal/border hierarchies of these systems is the key to answering such questions. He develops an overarching framework for comparing and steering cas through the mechanisms that generate their signal/boundary hierarchies. Holland lays out a path for developing the framework that emphasizes agents, niches, theory, and mathematical models. He discusses, among other topics, theory construction; signal-processing agents; networks as representations of signal/boundary interaction; adaptation; recombination and reproduction; the use of tagged urn models (adapted from elementary probability theory) to represent boundary hierarchies; finitely generated systems as a way to tie the models examined into a single framework; the framework itself, illustrated by a simple finitely generated version of the development of a multi-celled organism; and Markov processes.
Category: Computers