THE CHARISMATIC EDGE

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The Charismatic Edge The Art Of Captivating And Compelling Communication

Author : Owen Fitzpatrick
ISBN : 9780717156061
Genre : Self-Help
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The rules of communication are radically different than ever before. Standing out and being counted is no longer just an advantage. It is a necessity. You are your own brand and, unless you learn how to shine, you'll be left behind. Whether you are looking to get a promotion, become a better leader, master public speaking, build your business, sell more, improve your love life, social life or even your networking skills... you need to be more effective at engaging people -- you need to be more effective at branding yourself and making an impact on others. Charisma is a must. And here's the good news: You can learn it. Find out: • The secrets that the best speakers, screenwriters, comedians, politicians and gurus know about impacting their audience. • The keys to supreme self-confidence and high self-esteem. • How you can use your body, voice and energy to influence others. • How to create an irresistible first impression, instantly. • What only the very best business leaders, sales people, marketing executives, advertisers and world class negotiators all understand about winning the hearts and minds of their teams and customers. Charisma is often misunderstood as a quality that some people have but others don’t. In this book you’ll learn how, in reality, charisma is an impression you create in the mind of another person which can be improved and mastered by anyone, including you.
Category: Self-Help

Hitler The Germans And The Final Solution

Author : Ian Kershaw
ISBN : 9780300148237
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This volume presents a comprehensive, multifaceted picture both of the destructive dynamic of the Nazi leadership and of the attitudes and behavior of ordinary Germans as the persecution of the Jews spiraled into total genocide.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Stalinism And Nazism

Author : Professor of Modern History Ian Kershaw
ISBN : 0521565219
Genre : History
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A comparison of Stalinism and Nazism
Category: History

A Short History Of Global Evangelicalism

Author : Mark Hutchinson
ISBN : 9780521769457
Genre : History
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An overview of the history of evangelicalism as a global movement, from its origins in the eighteenth century to the present.
Category: History

Beholding Jesus

Author : John D Gillespie
ISBN : 9780988976795
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What you think about when you think about Jesus Christ is the most important thing about you. You are holding a unique book: Compelling, Challenging...Dangerous! Here is truth that can shape lives, families, and generations. Welcome to thirty letters written from a father to his children. These are not ordinary letters. They are about Jesus Christ, written from the heart of a father through the mind of a theologian. Their aim is to instruct the author's children in vital, life-changing, world-defying truth-sharp truth in a dull age. Truth about Jesus Christ: Who He is; What He has done; What He will do. Be prepared to have your life changed. Get ready to have your priorities revamped and your goals reset. Get ready to know Jesus Christ. John Gillespie pastored churches for thirty years in the UK and USA, and now travels with Global Training Network "off the beaten paths" to train and encourage pastors in the Majority (Third) World. John holds a PhD from Trinity College of the Bible, Newburgh, Indiana. He and his wife Tessa have been married thirty-one years, have seven children and an ever growing bushel of grand-children. Learn more at: www.johnandtessa.organd www.globaltrainingnetwork.org.
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On The Edge Of Grace

Author : Christine Watkins
ISBN : 9780975323311
Genre : Fiction
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ON THE EDGE OF GRACE: Mystical Stories of True Transformation Sometimes, as human beings, we find ourselves on the edge of grace. At that edge, an abyss falls away before us, and we are helpless not to tumble into it unless grace reaches out and saves us. We do not always know how we arrived at such a precarious point; but once there, we know we need healing, meaning, love, peace, hope and happiness. We know that we are seeking something to fulfill us and take away our angst and our sadness. What we do not know, is that we are seeking God. Each true life story in this book reveals a person who has teetered on the edge of grace, in seemingly hopeless situations, and discovered hope and healing in a loving God. The people-an atheist, a stripper, a car thief, a woman who had two abortions, a sex addict, a lonely youth, a woman who told God to go to hell, a woman who hears the voice of God, a priest, a man with the hidden stigmata, and a homosexual man abandoned by his mother-all possess, as diverse as they are, vital elements in common: they have truly found God, and they have received help in their journeys of faith through the Blessed Virgin Mary's presence and messages in Medjugorje. Each story, therefore, begins with a message that Mary has given to the world, a message which speaks to that person's life, and perhaps to our own.
Category: Fiction

The Edge Of Panic

Author : Marilyn Edwards
ISBN : 9781479737420
Genre : Fiction
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Dawn strolled over to another wall where a large, framed, penciled drawing presented a grinning skull, a transparent round pipe with smoke curling from it, and a horned skull with hollow eyes that appeared to be laughing at her, like the phantom of her nightmare. Devoid of color, gray and white swirls of smoke depicted illusionary demons-there were demons in the smoke. The artwork, a little on the dark side, seemed almost symbolic. She remembered a time, not so very long ago, when Preston City was the safest place to live. Then drugs became more than a troubling issue. Van Morrison and Bob Kaley invaded their town and death walked stealthily through the halls of their school, out onto their quiet streets. They had arrived in town at about the same time last year, a simple coincidence? Van Morrison, a drug pusher on the south side, Bob Kaley, a respected teacher in her school. It seemed unlikely the two would have any connection. Still, she had her suspicions. Dawn wondered if it was her imagination working overtime linking a social studies teacher to disreputable drug pusher.
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Knives On The Cutting Edge

Author : Bob Macdonald
ISBN : 9780983021995
Genre : Travel
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A respectful yet unvarnished tribute to the greatest chefs in Europe and the United States who over the last two decades have led a revolution unlike any in the history of dining. Knives on the Cutting Edge is a culinary pilgrimage that examines the several current and important megatrends such as the rise of celebrity chefs, the healthy eating movement, and the growing emergence of bolder flavors in gourmet foods. Through visits to many of the world's greatest restaurants, Bob Macdonald provides anecdotes, personal insights, and memories that demystify the dining experience and make ordering wine at a restaurant an enjoyable hobby rather than a formidable ordeal.
Category: Travel

Life On The Edge Of Faith

Author : Beth Huener
ISBN : 9780788017902
Genre : Religion
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"Life on the Edge of Faith" is a complete package of thematically related worship resources for the busy pastor looking for midweek programming. In addition to five sermons, monologues written in the voice of someone present at the Lord's Passion can be read by parishioners.
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On The Edge Of The Cold War

Author : Igor Lukes
ISBN : 9780195166798
Genre : History
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This book studies the early stages of the Cold War from the perspective of the U.S. Embassy in postwar Prague. The main personalities include Ambassador Steinhardt and U.S. Intelligence officers Katek and Taggart. They were highly educated and motivated. Nevertheless, in 1948 they suffered a strategic defeat that helped deepen the Cold War tensions for decades to come.
Category: History