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Onward And Upward

Author : James Drummond
ISBN : UOM:39015078421503
Genre : Home economics
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Onward And Upward In The Garden

Author : Katherine S. White
ISBN : 9781590178515
Genre : Gardening
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In 1925 Harold Ross hired Katharine Sergeant Angell as a manuscript reader for The New Yorker. Within months she became the magazine’s first fiction editor, discovering and championing the work of Vladimir Nabokov, John Updike, James Thurber, Marianne Moore, and her husband-to-be, E. B. White, among others. After years of cultivating fiction, White set her sights on a new genre: garden writing. On March 1, 1958, The New Yorker ran a column entitled “Onward and Upward in the Garden,” a critical review of garden catalogs, in which White extolled the writings of “seedmen and nurserymen,” those unsung authors who produced her “favorite reading matter.” Thirteen more columns followed, exploring the history and literature of gardens, flower arranging, herbalists, and developments in gardening. Two years after her death in 1977, E. B. White collected and published the series, with a fond introduction. The result is this sharp-eyed appreciation of the green world of growing things, of the aesthetic pleasures of gardens and garden writing, and of the dreams that gardens inspire.
Category: Gardening

Onward And Upward

Author : Jim Neglia
ISBN : 9781477298985
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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For years, I have wanted to write a book about the relentless determination it takes to succeed in the arts. Whether as a young artist in New York City, as a music coordinator of a Broadway musical, or as a musician traveling through Europe, I will share with you excitement, acclaim, and culture. Onward and Upward is the true account of my pursuit of a dream; a career in music. In this around-the-world journey, I share my stories of culture, family, laughter, friendship, wisdom, and heartache, with a generous splash of the likes of Strauss, motorcycle chases, and Hollywood. Any aspiring artist, would-be world traveler, or entrepreneur, will benefit from reading this book. Learn from another's experience about dedication, passion, and culture. Partly by means of behind-the-scene memoirs, partly by means of journal entries, we will walk hand in hand on this most extraordinary journey through a life in the arts.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Onward And Upward

Author : Carol Ann Young
ISBN : 9781477110607
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is a story about one woman's journey through life. Her journey began in a small town during the 1940s and follows her through many steps from being a housewife and mother, raising four children and surviving two failed marriages to pursuing a career and learning how to fly an airplane something which changed her life forever. This story is about the freedom and joy of flight, and much more. It is about family, confidence, exploration, adventure and making friends. It is about facing disappointment and finding the courage to persevere, about challenging yourself and meeting life head on. It is as story filled with much inspiration and hope.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Onward Upward

Author : Michael Wiese
ISBN : 1615931392
Genre : Performing Arts
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By always testing the limits, a young Michael had a yearning to understand “the secret of life” and began to “see things worth seeing.” During the turbulent ‘60’s in San Francisco he makes his first films exploring his inner world. Later, under the pressure to support a family, he moves to New York and lands “real jobs” in the entertainment industry. But while climbing the corporate ladder, he loses his footing on the spiritual path. With guidance from his mentors, friends, and wife, he regains his sense of purpose, which brings him today into the most productive and satisfying period of his life. This book is a record of that journey and of those things that are important to creating a contented life.
Category: Performing Arts

Onward Upward Forward

Author : Cindy Potts
ISBN : 9798555868503
Genre :
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Hey. Good morning. Breathe. This simple phrase began what turned out to be an ongoing essay series designed to encourage and support a group of friends through the earliest days of the COVID shut down. Part motivation, part poetry, and part tour of a free-range scholar's idiosyncratic reading list, Onward, Upward, Forward is a simple woman's guide to hanging in there.
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Onward Upward

Author : Nishiki
ISBN : 967478893X
Genre : Perseverance (Ethics)
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Onward Upward Sometimes Sideways Empathy Driven School Leadership In The 4th Industrial Revolution

Author : Ryan M. Cameron
ISBN : 1797956760
Genre : Education
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How will schools prepare for industry 4.0? Onward, Upward. Sometimes Sideways, is a practical leadership guide designed for educators. The 4 industrial revolution is rapidly influencing how we learn, communicate and work. School leaders are faced with the challenge of finding and retaining educators to prepare students to secure jobs in the age of AI and automation. Qualified teachers and institutions are suffering from burn-out and high turnover. At the same time, schools continue to miss the mark when pursuing excellence. The problem may be an absence of empathy-driven school leadership. The method described in this book takes a cue from contemporary design thinking processes that can be used to improve educational organizations. All school leaders should be ready to adapt their leadership style to meet the needs of a rapidly transforming world.
Category: Education

Upward And Onward

Author : Bob Cossey
ISBN : 9781844158201
Genre : History
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John Howe started his flying career in the post-war South African Air Force, learning to fly on Tiger Moths, Harvards and Spitfires. He was posted to No 2 Squadron SAAF and sent to Korea to fly with South Africa's contribution to the war in support of the UN forces. This is his story.
Category: History

U S Capitalist Development Since 1776

Author : Douglas Fitzgerald Dowd
ISBN : 1563241668
Genre : Business & Economics
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We'll All Go Together When We Go
Category: Business & Economics

Original Verses

Author : R. E. Page
ISBN : UCD:31175035228884
Genre :
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Triumphant Songs

Author : Edwin Othello Excell
ISBN : HARVARD:HN59NM
Genre : Gospel music
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Category: Gospel music

Upward Bound

Author : Michael Useem
ISBN : 9781400051960
Genre : Business & Economics
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Your team has faltered at a critical moment. A key member says he can’t continue, requiring you to make a snap decision: Do you write him off? Or do you risk the whole venture by trying to get him back on his feet? It could be a scenario straight from the business world. Yet this one occurred high on the slopes of the world’s deadliest mountain, K2, where lives, not just livelihoods, depended on the leader’s choice. Decisions don’t get much starker. That’s why mountains—though seemingly a world apart from business—hold unique and surprising insights for managers and entrepreneurs at any altitude. More than just symbols of our upward strivings, they are high-altitude management laboratories: testing grounds where risk, fear, opportunity, and ambition collide in the most unforgiving of settings. Upward Bound brings together a remarkable team of nine writers equally at home among the high peaks and in the corridors of corporate power, including Good to Great author Jim Collins, legendary climber and outdoor clothing entrepreneur Royal Robbins, and Stacy Allison, the first American woman to summit Mount Everest. Their riveting, often harrowing accounts, reveal • Why rock climbers’ distinction between failure (giving up before reaching the edge of your abilities) and what they call “fallure” (committing 100 percent and using up all your energy and reserves) can help companies transcend their vertical limits • What happens when a leader abdicates responsibility in the Death Zone of Mount Everest—and how a similar vacuum at sea level can corrupt corporate purpose • How large climbing expeditions use exquisite organization and “pyramids of people” to place just two climbers on top, making heroes of some from the sacrifice of all • What “ridge-walking” between deadly avalanches and the lure of Mount McKinley’s summit taught a venture capitalist about nurturing risky high-tech start-ups • How a simple insight—using “proximate goals”—propelled a faltering climber up El Capitan in a seemingly undoable solo ascent, a ten-day lesson that would later jump-start a business • Why more accessible peaks like Mount Sinai can exert a pull every bit as powerful as Mount Everest • How to think like a guide While most people will never find themselves in the thin air of the world’s highest places, Upward Bound brings those places down to earth for anyone seeking the path to his or her own summit. Whether it’s up the career ladder or toward a creative peak, Upward Bound addresses the fundamental question of why we climb, while capturing the power of mountains to instruct as well as inspire.
Category: Business & Economics

Transformation

Author : Candice Irene
ISBN : 9781449763046
Genre : Religion
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Transformation begins with Candice Irene desiring to get to know God and to be in a more intimate relationship with her Heavenly Family. In the beginning, Candice did not recognize God’s blessings because she did not know how to actually understand or feel God. After hours of writing and study of The Bible, she became more aware of God’s Holiness in her life, the same as the feelings of hunger or thirst. So throughout her life experiences, trials and tribulations, she came to feel, hear, and know God, her Savior Jesus Christ, and The Holy Spirit dwelling within her! After years of seeking the Lord wholeheartedly she discovered she had become a new, spiritual-minded woman. Her old desires and way of life had changed as in 2 Corinthians 5:17, “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” Candice discovered after writing this book she had indeed become a new creation in Christ, and was forever transformed! She delights in the feeling of being loved for eternity. She learned through her personal journey stories that God has always been with her and will never - ever forsake her.
Category: Religion

An Apostle Of The North

Author : H.A. Cody
ISBN : 0888644000
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Bishop William Carpenter Bompas was a difficult man, cantankerous, stubborn, and more than a little eccentric. He carried on his shoulders the deep spirituality of his own faith, the assumptions of his background, and the cultural aggressiveness of the Victorian age. He was a church leader who often disagreed with his church and ignored its advice. Bompas's life in the North offers insights into the compelling forces of religion and faith. In a new Introduction, historians William Morrison and Ken Coates examine Bompas's career, exploring themes central to the history of the church in Canada and to aboriginal-newcomer relations.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Winning Job Interviews

Author : Paul Powers
ISBN : 9781427098092
Genre : Education
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