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The Missing Element

Author : Debra Silverman
ISBN : 9781844098132
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Everyone longs to be understood in their essence. In "The Missing Element", author Debra Silverman describes human nature in a compassionate and succinct way, and offers ways for us to get to know ourselves in depth with the wisdom of archetypes. The information in this book stands on the shoulders of our elders, who understood the four directions, the four elements, the four noble truths. Whatever pain you experience is specific to your personality type, based on the four elements. The 'missing element' is twofold: it refers to the Observer inside you – the part of you that can stand outside of judgment and see yourself with a more wise and compassionate approach – much like our elders did. And it also refers to the elements that make up your personality and more specifically, to the element which is your weakest. Your issues will repeat themselves again and again until you can see yourself and others from the compassionate vantage point that unites all of us. You will understand that your life and all its stories were designed by your soul to get your attention right now. It is inviting you to seek the wisdom of the ages to help you grow... that’s why you found this book at this moment in time!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Missing Element

Author : John L. Betcher
ISBN : 9781451512717
Genre : Fiction
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After decades of clandestine government operations, James "Beck" Becker and his wife Elizabeth return to Beck's childhood home town to enjoy a settled retirement in the small Mississippi river community of Red Wing, Minnesota. But "settled" is a relative term and no matter where Beck goes, intrigue follows.When Minneapolis computer genius, Katherine Whitson, disappears under peculiar circumstances, her husband exploits a sympathetic Red Wing acquaintance to enlist Beck's aid in finding her. As Beck searches for Katherine, the tangled trail leads from her luxury Minneapolis warehouse district condo, through her husband's extra-marital escapades, past the entrenched hierarchy of elite computer professionals, and into the mind-bending world inside computer microprocessors.Katherine's kidnapping is clearly more complicated than a typical abduction.As it turns out, the Beckers must use all of their considerable experience -- his as a military intelligence operative; hers as a CIA code-cracker -- to save Katherine and bring her abductors to justice.
Category: Fiction

The Missing Element

Author : Levorn Daniels
ISBN : 9781665500975
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 51.66 MB
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I am a graduate of Mississippi College with degrees in business administration and marketing. I have twenty plus years of sales and customer service experience including Sprint Store manager and Comcast Focus Team Member. I trained employees concepts I learned on the job firsthand and tweaked to best serve my customers.
Category: Business & Economics

Redeeming Economics

Author : John D. Mueller
ISBN : 9781497636378
Genre : Business & Economics
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“Groundbreaking.” —Washington Examiner Economics is primed for—and in desperate need of—a revolution, respected economic forecaster John D. Mueller shows in this eye-opening book. To make the leap forward will require looking backward, for as Redeeming Economics reveals, the most important element of economic theory has been ignored for more than two centuries. Since the great Adam Smith tore down this pillar of economic thought, economic theory has been unable to account for a fundamental aspect of human experience: the relationships that define us, the loves (and hates) that motivate and distinguish us as persons. In trying to reduce human behavior to exchanges, modern economists have forgotten how these essential motivations are expressed: as gifts (or their opposite, crimes). Mueller makes economics whole again, masterfully reapplying the economic thought of Aristotle, Augustine, and Aquinas.
Category: Business & Economics

Social Perspective

Author : Richard U'Ren
ISBN : 9781442695214
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 40.14 MB
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Social Perspective explores the impact of social factors on individual health, a topic often overlooked in the practice of psychiatry, psychology, and medicine. Richard U'Ren synthesizes viewpoints and information usually dispersed among many disciplines to show how social roles, political-economic conditions, and the social stratification system all contribute to individual well-being or disorder. U'Ren investigates how access to income, education, and social affiliations buffers individuals against stress and facilitates coping. He demonstrates that those who lack access to such resources suffer the poorest health and the greatest mental distress — a problem that has only grown more challenging with rising inequality. Adding a new dimension to understandings of mental health, mental illness, and psychological distress, Social Perspective offers clinicians a concise account of society's impact on the individual.
Category: Psychology

Closing The Candor Chasm

Author : Paul Paolozzi
ISBN : IND:30000139167096
Genre : Honesty
File Size : 76.55 MB
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Candor stands as the keystone element in creating the foundation of trust in the Army, yet the topic is muted. Stewards of the Army Profession build trust through authentic communication -- in education, training, and modeled in application. Candor was previously included in Army Doctrine, yet nearly no mention of it currently exists in professional military education and dialogue. Through personal experiences and review of literature, two examples -- the demands placed on the Army Reserve Components and a review of the Army's counseling and evaluation environment -- serve as illustrations where candor requires revitalization. Candor must be reinforced to be valued or it remains peripheral, serving as a lesson that is equally damaging to individual character as is it institutionally to the Army.
Category: Honesty

The Missing Element

Author : Simply Notebooks
ISBN : 9798657213577
Genre :
File Size : 27.95 MB
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Keep all of your logins & passwords in one practical and useful place! It contains 108 pages where the websites can be written down alphabetically. The only thing you have to do now is just adding your email, username and password. There is also a place for your own notes where you can insert other important information. Thanks to this notebook you will never have a problem with logging in to your websites! Specifications: Cover Finish: Matte Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm) Interior: Black Ink, white Paper, Alphabetized Pages Total Number Of Pages: 110
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Trickle Down Mindset

Author : Michal Stawicki
ISBN : 1507690223
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 26.1 MB
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Why is it so hard to fulfill our true potential? We all want more money. We all want to be better partners and parents. We all want to be in our peak physical condition. We all want to be as intelligent as we can be. But try as we might, few of us ever reach our potential. Why is it so difficult to truly fulfill our desires and achieve our goals? It's surely not for a lack of wanting. What if it was as simple as flipping a switch? So many of us have set goals religiously, attended expensive seminars and workshops, joined expensive gyms, emptied our pockets to fill our walls with degrees and certifications--yet we're still not who or where we want to be. What if grinding so hard isn't the way to get there? What if we could save ourselves a ton of blood, sweat, and tears? The good news is, we can. The Missing Element in Your Success With one simple shift in your mindset, you can supercharge your success and start fulfilling your true potential. And the good news is, this simple shift in attitude is easy to do, accessible to everyone, and will instantly start to spread like wildfire into your daily habits, routines, and the achievement of your goals. No more fighting yourself and fighting life. Make the switch, and watch your world transform. In The Trickle Down Mindset, time management, mindset, and productivity expert Michal Stawicki reveals his #1 catalyst for bringing about real change to every area of your life. Stop fighting an uphill battle and become who you've always wanted to be before it's too late. You only live once, and The Trickle Down Mindset will help you make it count!
Category: Self-Help

Closing The Candor Chasm

Author : Paul Paolozzi
ISBN : IND:30000139167096
Genre : Honesty
File Size : 42.21 MB
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Candor stands as the keystone element in creating the foundation of trust in the Army, yet the topic is muted. Stewards of the Army Profession build trust through authentic communication -- in education, training, and modeled in application. Candor was previously included in Army Doctrine, yet nearly no mention of it currently exists in professional military education and dialogue. Through personal experiences and review of literature, two examples -- the demands placed on the Army Reserve Components and a review of the Army's counseling and evaluation environment -- serve as illustrations where candor requires revitalization. Candor must be reinforced to be valued or it remains peripheral, serving as a lesson that is equally damaging to individual character as is it institutionally to the Army.
Category: Honesty

Environmental Medicine

Author : Institute of Medicine
ISBN : 9780309051408
Genre : Medical
File Size : 27.70 MB
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People are increasingly concerned about potential environmental health hazards and often ask their physicians questions such as: "Is the tap water safe to drink?" "Is it safe to live near power lines?" Unfortunately, physicians often lack the information and training related to environmental health risks needed to answer such questions. This book discusses six competency based learning objectives for all medical school students, discusses the relevance of environmental health to specific courses and clerkships, and demonstrates how to integrate environmental health into the curriculum through published case studies, some of which are included in one of the book's three appendices. Also included is a guide on where to obtain additional information for treatment, referral, and follow-up for diseases with possible environmental and/or occupational origins.
Category: Medical

Chemistry

Author : John S. Holman
ISBN : 0748762396
Genre : Science
File Size : 55.45 MB
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This series builds on the Nelson Science and Nelson Balanced Science series. It was developed for those studying for a Double or Triple Award at GCSE. It includes coverage of all the major GCSE science specifications, a range of case studies and other materials to further develop ideas and evidence in science and a range of questions including actual examination questions.
Category: Science

The Irresistible Growth Enterprise

Author : Donald Mitchell
ISBN : 1579220266
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 37.88 MB
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"The Irresistible Growth Enterprise" offers a revolutionary organizational concept that empowers businesses to convert unexpected events into their best allies and achieve exponential growth in challenging environments. A vital book for any manager whose organization's progress has been derailed by unstoppable events. Illustrations.
Category: Business & Economics

Iodine

Author : Alex G. Stewart
ISBN : OCLC:1076774844
Genre :
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Personal Health Records

Author : Holly Dara Miller
ISBN : 0980069769
Genre : Medical
File Size : 30.81 MB
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Personal Health Records provides a comprehensive overview and discussion of the many issues pertaining to the adoption and use of personal health records, a rapidly evolving and essential area of healthcare IT. The book covers issues such as privacy, confidentiality and security; predictive modeling, Web 2.0 and social networking; the new patient-provider paradigm; public trust; applicable laws; and PHR business and sustainability models. The book presents practical implementation guidelines, plus project planning and budgeting information, and provides perspectives of various stakeholders including consumers, providers and payors. The book also includes an insightful foreword by Blackford Middleton, MD.
Category: Medical

Proofs From The Book

Author : Martin Aigner
ISBN : 9783662223437
Genre : Mathematics
File Size : 87.5 MB
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According to the great mathematician Paul Erdös, God maintains perfect mathematical proofs in The Book. This book presents the authors candidates for such "perfect proofs," those which contain brilliant ideas, clever connections, and wonderful observations, bringing new insight and surprising perspectives to problems from number theory, geometry, analysis, combinatorics, and graph theory. As a result, this book will be fun reading for anyone with an interest in mathematics.
Category: Mathematics

A Tale Of Seven Elements

Author : Eric Scerri
ISBN : 9780199910748
Genre : Science
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In 1913, English physicist Henry Moseley established an elegant method for "counting" the elements based on atomic number, ranging them from hydrogen (#1) to uranium (#92). It soon became clear, however, that seven elements were mysteriously missing from the lineup--seven elements unknown to science. In his well researched and engaging narrative, Eric Scerri presents the intriguing stories of these seven elements--protactinium, hafnium, rhenium, technetium, francium, astatine and promethium. The book follows the historical order of discovery, roughly spanning the two world wars, beginning with the isolation of protactinium in 1917 and ending with that of promethium in 1945. For each element, Scerri traces the research that preceded the discovery, the pivotal experiments, the personalities of the chemists involved, the chemical nature of the new element, and its applications in science and technology. We learn for instance that alloys of hafnium--whose name derives from the Latin name for Copenhagen (hafnia)--have some of the highest boiling points on record and are used for the nozzles in rocket thrusters such as the Apollo Lunar Modules. Scerri also tells the personal tales of researchers overcoming great obstacles. We see how Lise Meitner and Otto Hahn--the pair who later proposed the theory of atomic fission--were struggling to isolate element 91 when World War I intervened, Hahn was drafted into the German army's poison gas unit, and Meitner was forced to press on alone against daunting odds. The book concludes by examining how and where the twenty-five new elements have taken their places in the periodic table in the last half century. A Tale of Seven Elements paints a fascinating picture of chemical research--the wrong turns, missed opportunities, bitterly disputed claims, serendipitous findings, accusations of dishonesty--all leading finally to the thrill of discovery.
Category: Science