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Time To Change

Author : Annie Davison
ISBN : 9781846949395
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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No one can deny the widespread doubt, dissatisfaction and agitation in the world today. Clearly a change of heart is urgently needed. Through the medium of channelled guidance - her relationship to which she describes in detail - Annie Davison suggests that the present moment marks a time of huge change, an opportunity for mankind to metamorphose into a new kind of humanity at the dawn of a New Creation. Book jacket.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Ethical Management Efficient Management Time To Change Paradigm

Author : Chantal Gensse
ISBN : 9781430318903
Genre : Business & Economics
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Undoubtedly, the management method Expert 5A offers an exciting opportunity to change our vision of the enterprise, and change our management practices. Its most outstanding feature is that it demonstrates how ethical management is by far the most efficient way of leading women and men through collective endeavour.This global and humanistic management method constitutes a true breakthroughy in this domain.
Category: Business & Economics

Real Time Strategic Change

Author : Robert W. Jacobs
ISBN : 1576750302
Genre : Business & Economics
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A top business consultant presents an eye-opening guide to fast, effective corporate change, based on successful experiences of organizations such as Marriott Hotel and Seattle Metro. ""This approach made a real difference when we needed to move fast"".--Donald Petersen, retired CEO, Ford Motor Company.
Category: Business & Economics

Is It Time To Make A Change

Author : Deanna Beisser
ISBN : 0883964511
Genre : Poetry
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In this candid and upbeat first collection of her work, Deanna Beisser gives new meaning to the statement, "Anything is possible." Her words capture all the doubts, fears, and excitement that occur whenever a life change is contemplated. Yet her refreshingly down-to-earth attitude and life-only-happens-once-so-enjoy-it! philosophy are quick to put the reader at ease. In short, this is a book about letting your life be the wonderful adventure it is meant to be. The opportunity to redirect your life's path and begin anew exists every day. The only person holding you back is you, and the only way your life is going to change is when you decide it is. Whether it's a little motivation you need or a reminder of the power you have within you to make things happen, this book is the perfect place to start. After that, it's up to you, because... "Life makes no guarantees as to what you'll have. It just gives you time to make choices, and to take chances, and to discover whatever secrets might come your way." - Deanna Beisser
Category: Poetry

Seven Words To Change Your Family While There S Still Time

Author : James MacDonald
ISBN : 0802480462
Genre : Religion
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With the power of God your family can be totally transformed!For anyone who's serious about improving the quality of their family life, Seven Words to Change Your Family gives hard-hitting practical guidance on how to make it happen. In his captivating and contemporary style, Pastor James MacDonald will challenge readers to avoid devastating complacency and become proactive in loving their families. Whether it's learning to speak words of blessing, extend forgiveness, or be faithfully committed, families will be transformed by the step-by-step realistic plan laid out in this excellent resource.
Category: Religion

The Economist Guide To Change And Project Management

Author : Paul Roberts
ISBN : 9781782837473
Genre : Business & Economics
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Change is a powerful force, but one that must be directed if it is to have a positive and calculated outcome. It can be shaped according to the needs of an organisation to grow or contract, respond to competition or threat, or simply to keep pace with the world around it. It is widely understood by leaders and managers that only effective project management has the potential to deliver the transformation they seek. However, many projects have failed to deliver the outcomes that their sponsors anticipated. Too many have produced apps, buildings, processes, products and services that remain on the shelf, unadopted, and a costly reminder that projects are vehicles that can just as easily deliver failure as success. The revised and expanded third edition of this much-admired guide explains the principles and techniques of change and project management. With its clear, structured approach it is an invaluable handbook for helping leaders and managers to be sufficiently informed, equipped and confident to use projects to deliver change, and to realise its benefits.
Category: Business & Economics

Mind Makeover Secrets For Losing Weight Change Your Mind To Change Your Eating Habits For Permanent Weight Loss

Author : Amanda Bianca
ISBN : 9789810773953
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Most people want to lose weight but failed because they start making changes from the food they eat, this books tells you that you should never start from food but from the mind. You can try all the diet programs in the world or try all kinds of exercise programs but none of these is going to help you lose weight. This is because losing weight is not just about dieting or exercise. The old formula of Weight Loss = Diet + Exercise does not work! Mind Makeover Secrets For Losing Weight will help you to lose the weight you always wanted after you have understood and apply the principles behind it. In this book, you will learn that before you can change your weight, you must change your mind. Most people go on a diet like they go for a vacation. After the vacation, they go back to the same old lifestyle and this is why they will eventually put back whatever weight they have lost. You don't want your weight loss to be temporary, you want permanent weight loss. To achieve permanent weight loss, you first have to change your mind. Permanent weight loss requires a personal change in thoughts and actions. The most effective weight loss machine is not the latest exercise equipment but your MIND. In order to change your eating habits or to force yourself to do some exercise requires a tremendous amount of self-discipline and willpower that most people do not have. To have willpower means you must have mind power. CHAPTER 1: The Power of Intention This chapter prepares your mind to be clear and ready to commit to lose weight which is the start of your weight loss success. CHAPTER 2: Mental Barriers That Prevent You From Eating And Living Healthy This chapter shows you the greatest mental barriers that are stopping you from achieving success in your weight loss journey and how to overcome them. CHAPTER 3: How Your Emotions Sabotage You This chapter covers the types of emotions that are causing your bad eating habits leading to your weight problem and how to remove them completely. CHAPTER 4: The Power Of The Subconscious Mind This chapter teaches you how to use affirmations and visualizations to program your mind to want to live healthy and eat healthy. CHAPTER 5: The Power of Actions This chapter shows you the actions you need to take to program your mind to stick to your weight loss routine. CHAPTER 6: Three Changes In Your Lifestyle This chapter teaches you the 3 major actions and changes you must take to achieve success in losing weight. These 3 actions will lead you to the ultimate transformation and permanent weight loss.
Category: Health & Fitness

How To Change The World While Waiting For Your Toast

Author : Randy Friesen
ISBN : 9781412035385
Genre :
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This book is purposely short. It is meant for people who don't have time to read. If that's you...this book is written for you. Take an hour, grab a coffee and read. While you are reading, have a pen handy. You'll come up with some ideas that will change your world. Write them down in the book. It's easy, quick and it could change your entire situation or business as you know it. People have asked us if this is a business book or a personal growth book. Our answer is simple. It's both! As business consultants we do something unique when starting a working relationship with a company. We begin with the business owner. What is their personal mission in life? What are their personal goals? We believe that who we are as people drives who we are in the workplace or who we are as business owners. This book specifically focuses on capturing moments of time and then applying that captured time to something of lasting value. In many cases the time needed to spawn a thought that will change the world is just about the time you wait for your toast to pop out of the toaster! We hope you enjoy the read.

Ten Ways To Change The World In Your Twenties

Author : Libuse Binder
ISBN : 9781402247668
Genre : Self-Help
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WHAT KIND OF WORLD DO YOU WANT TO LIVE IN? Throwing a party. Preparing a meal. Sending an email. These are things you do all the time. How can they really make a difference? Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties shows how to transform these everyday activities into world-changing events: Throw a party with a purpose. Prepare a sustainable meal. Send an email to your representative. An inspiring collection of ideas that can make the world a better place, this book taps into the potential of an energetic, influential generation and lights the path to shaping tomorrow by: Digging into what you love Volunteering in ways big and small Supporting political actions that reflect your values Leading an eco-active lifestyle Simplifying and reducing your footprint Using your buying power to encourage better business practices Eating well locally Hosting a party with a purpose Exploring the world through environmentally responsible travel Turning your passion into a vocation With a rating scale based on the time, money, and lifestyle impact required, and peppered with true tales of twentysomethings who've made an impact, Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties provides resources and opportunities for you to use your talents to help create a history we can all be proud of. *** "Everywhere I go around the planet, I find young people, fresh from college, leading the new green movement. With savvy and heart, they're making a real difference—and as this book shows, you can too!" Bill McKibben | 350.org
Category: Self-Help

Time To Change Your Body

Author : FitLog Publishing
ISBN : 9798652661762
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The fitness Log This book is designed to help you keep track of your workouts so that you can make every workout count towards your goal! By keeping track of your progress, you can tell right away what works and what doesn't. this is the ultimate physical fitness diary. With a focus on workouts, it can also be used to keep track of any and all other exercise.easy-to-use layout for recording workout details.from equipment & settings, to reps & sets,to heart rate,muscle groups, and more. There is also space for listing the details of other (non-gym) exercise,from playing a sport,to walking the dog. In addition, each day's nutrition can be recorded as well as mind strength

Real Time Strategic Change

Author : Robert H. Jacobs
ISBN : 9781609946128
Genre : Business & Economics
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Real time strategic change is a way of redesigning how organizations change-a mindset and accompanying methodology-that ensures that • Change occurs at a fast pace and in real time throughout an organization. • Change occurs simultaneously within the whole organization. • Buy-in, commitment to, and ownership of a change effort is a natural by-product of involving people in the process of change. • People feel responsible for the ultimate success of the organization's change effort. • Broad, whole-picture views of the organization's reality form the basis of information used to support people in making changes. • Change is viewed as an integral component of people's "real business." • Substantial changes are made across an entire organization. The most successful organizations of the future will be those that are capable of rapidly and effectively bringing about fundamental, lasting, system-wide changes. In response to this challenge, Real Time Strategic Change advocates a fundamental redesign of the way organizations change. The result is an approach that involves an entire organization in fast and far-reaching change. Interactive large group meetings form the foundation for this approach, enabling hundreds and even thousands of people to collaborate in crafting their collective future. Change happens faster because the total organization is the "in group" that decides which changes are needed; and the actions people throughout the organization take on a daily basis are aligned behind an overall strategic direction that they helped create. Complete with conceptual frameworks, tools and techniques, agendas, and roles key actors need to play, this is the first book published on this powerful approach to organizational change. The process Robert Jacobs details has proven effective in diverse settings, ranging from business and industry to health care, education, government, non-profit agencies, and communities. Real Time Strategic Change demonstrates the flexibility and power of this approach in stories from such diverse organizations as Marriott Hotels, Ford Motor Company, Kaiser Permanente, First Nationwide Bank, United Airlines, and a group of 18 school districts.
Category: Business & Economics

Time Change And Freedom

Author : L. Nathan Oaklander
ISBN : 9781134851737
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Philosophy

Time Change And The American Newspaper

Author : George Sylvie
ISBN : 9781135658090
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Time, Change, and the American Newspaper focuses on newspapers as organizations, examining the role of change in the newspaper industry and providing a model from which to view and respond to change. Authors George Sylvie and Patricia D. Witherspoon discuss environmental and organizational influences on contemporary newspapers, and they analyze newspapers within the larger context of all organizations. This more general perspective provides insights into the nature of change, the change process, the rationale for organizational changes, resistance to such changes, and initiation and implementation strategies. In its examination of change, this volume explores the causes of newspaper change, how newspaper change takes shape, and when change does not work. This consideration sets the stage for detailed case studies examining the roles of new technology, product, and people as change agents in newspapers. The discussion concludes with the impact of change--or lack of it--on the contemporary newspaper industry and the subsequent impact of newspaper change on society. Sylvie and Witherspoon propose future directions of change and of newspaper decision-making processes pertaining to change, and they offer suggestions for changes in newspaper structures and thought processes. Providing a sound, theoretically-based approach to the topic of change and American newspapers, this volume is essential reading for educators and students in journalism, media/newsroom management, media economics, organizational behavior/communication, and related areas. It also provides a wealth of insights and practical knowledge for newspaper publishers, editors, and practicing journalists.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Eating Disorders Time For Change

Author : Mona Villapiano
ISBN : 9781135057695
Genre : Psychology
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This collection for therapists and clients presents practical, how-to information, for the treatment of eating disorders. The authors have kept the needs of the therapist in mind by considering managed care as well as specific therapeutic issues. This resource will maximize the efficient use of time and resources for the therapist and increase the efficacy of work with clients with eating disorders. Clients will find the tools to be helpful resources and a critical extension of individual therapy.
Category: Psychology

A Time For Change

Author : Asher Keren
ISBN : 9652293547
Genre : Religion
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This moving and compelling tour de force will not leave a single reader unaffected, as every individual who reads this book will embark on a personal journey of struggle and inner confrontation. The author acts as the readers' personal guide, examining society's most private basic assumptions, as well as life's most fundamental values and doctrines. Several of the issues revealed, include: Have our most natural and passionate understandings of masculinity and femininity been entirely swapped in today's world for a life that is 'politically correct' and numb? Is secular Jewry as unfettered and liberal as they claim and are the religious truly following Judaism and not Christianity? How is it that Peace Now and the religious settlers are actually moving towards the same goal, despite the apparent polarity of opinions? And which side is making the wrong assumptions, thereby delaying the common objective? What does science, if anything, have to do with Judaism, and why is it that almost all those that ask questions about the relationship between the two are missing the point? Why is love and hate the perfect partners, and how is it possible to accomplish love through hate? After exploring the root causes of the various personal and societal trends within the Jewish world today, Keren presents a fresh entry into a Judaism that has been forgotten by most, religious and secular alike. For those courageous enough to enter, the author offers a brave, passionate and embracing new Jewish world and the opportunity for a time to change. This book pulls no punches and not many sacred cows emerge unscathed. Warning: Not for the timid.
Category: Religion

Built To Change

Author : Edward E. Lawler, III
ISBN : 9781118046913
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this groundbreaking book, organizational effectiveness experts Edward Lawler and Christopher Worley show how organizations can be “built to change” so they can last and succeed in today’s global economy. Instead of striving to create a highly reliable Swiss watch that consistently produces the same behavior, they argue organizations need to be designed in ways that stimulate and facilitate change. Built to Change focuses on identifying practices and designs that organizations can adopt so that they are able to change. As Lawler and Worley point out, organizations that foster continuous change Are closely connected to their environments Reward experimentation Learn about new practices and technologies Commit to continuously improving performance Seek temporary competitive advantages
Category: Business & Economics

Time For A Change

Author : Roger Joseph Robicheau
ISBN : 9781468913163
Genre : Poetry
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Author Robicheau has been very thankful for his God given talent to be able to write meaningful poetry. He says that experiences through the years has greatly aided him in his writings. You will see how he uses his way with words to bring out the utmost importance of faith, love, and life itself. This book is only his second edition of poetry. Time For A Change is very much about living a fulfilling life. You will be glad that you read this fruitful book from cover to end. As a little bonus to you, his upcoming third edition of poetry will be entitled Boston's Kid. And yes, he is from Boston.
Category: Poetry

Time For A Change

Author : Tanya Anina
ISBN : 9781481769938
Genre : Fiction
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Taya created her own world with her bare hands. In a foreign country, a mother of two children devoted to her husband. She was fighting for survival, but deep inside she wanted romance, to be looked after, loved and cherished. To feel like a woman! What is a young woman thinking about? What are her dreams? What does she worry about, feels sorry for? What does inspire her? What can she forgive, or forever hold the grudge? As in a maelstrom, she threw herself into a relationship with a man who worshipped her. Overcoming the distance, Taya, like a butterfly flew into the light. She didn't know what destiny had planned for her. Betrayal and disappointment are waiting for Taya every step of the way. What is she going to be left with? What is going to be her decision? What does the future holds for her? What's most important in her life? Deep inside her she is going to find answers to difficult questions. She is going to prove to the world, that she is happy!! She's a woman!! This book reveals a woman's heart. After reading this book, every woman will gain understanding of what is going to support and help her in a difficult time and push her towards change.
Category: Fiction