How to Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome to Succeed in Any Situation. With Action Plans to Make Money Even With Zero Capital
Author: Paul Democritou
Think You're unsuccessful because you've been unlucky? Learn how to create your own luck, and turn your life around! Success isn't easy. The dreams modern media sell you should come with a warning: Anything worth doing may take longer to achieve than you are led to believe. It takes many years to become an overnight success. While there's no such thing as guaranteed success, there are established principles, and breadcrumbs you can follow. Paul Democritou is an entrepreneur, sales expert, and speaker. He's also a cancer survivor. Using his own experience, and sharing the teachings of his real-life and online mentors, he lays out a path that anyone can follow to become successful - no matter what life has thrown at you so far. By learning to Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome, and following his 11-step action plan, you can change your mindset, and upgrade your life, however hopeless it might seem. Inside Success IAO, You'll Discover: The two things you'll need to succeed that no amount of bad luck can take away The only difference between the successful and you, and how you can close the gap How to stop sabotaging yourself and allow yourself to become successful How to overcome fear and step into your authentic self And much, much more! Success I.A.O. lays out the roadmap you need to finally take charge of your own destiny, happiness, and success. With Democritou's rules, you'll learn to Improvise you way out of anything, Adapt your mindset and your surroundidngs, and Overcome all obstacles, internal and external. Democritou's book is packed with straight-talking, honset, and practical advice, interwoven with humour and candour that takes the sting out of the tail. If you need a no-bull pep talk from a guy you know is on your side, you'll love having Paul as your coach. One third of profits from this book go to cancer patients and charities. Buy Success I.A.O. to start your success transformation today!
Experience gripping wartime stories and honest prayers by this Camp David chaplain now serving in Iraq. When words mean less and less, but money talks more and more; when blasphemy is a best seller, and eternal war has replaced hopeful diplomacy; in times like these is prayer even possible? Patrick J. McLaughlin thinks so. McLaughlin is an active duty Navy Chaplain who has ministered to heads of state and to soldiers living and dying in the heat of Iraq. No Atheists in Foxholes assembles Chaplain McLaughlin's experiences and prayers from e-mails, private notes, and personal conversations that take us real-time into realms of duty and spirit: from the quiet darkness of his infant son's New England bedroom on September 11, 2001, to the bomshelled medical tents and blistered Army Humvees of Anbar Province. Chaplain McLaughlin believes that prayer is not only possible, but critical. "We must all learn to pray for peace," he says, "and then become an answer to that prayer."
Release on 2015-12-31 | by Mary E. Mcnaughton-cassill
Essays on the Student Veteran Experience
Author: Mary E. Mcnaughton-cassill
Pubpsher: Cognella Academic Publishing
Category: College students
The essays in this text explore issues faced by veteran-students when they confront the demands of college. Written for students, faculty and staff, and university administrators, the text helps readers gain a deeper understanding of the veteran-student experience.
When I first started writing poetry at 16, I never intended to write a book. Writing poetry for me was over a girl. Then it turned into more of a biography of my own life, such as a snapshot of that moment in time. When I was feeling in love, I wrote poems about love, and also those more depressing moments that come with heartbreak and loneliness. Poetry became a method of therapy at first, but as I experienced different moments in life through the military, traveling, marriage, children, and divorce, I have grown through the years and so has my poetry. Writing was something I knew I could do, and for some reason I was able to express myself through words. It was a way I was able to escape from reality, by expressing myself in poetry. Many poems have been lost over the years, but for the most part, this poetry collection is still a very close representation of my personal life and all its Tears, Wishes, and Dreams.
PRAISE ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR "INNOVATE. ADAPT. OVERCOME." "Sometimes businesses become so complex that it's easy to take one's eye off the ball. Generally, when management is truly passionate, focused, and committed to achieving company performance goals their business is successful. I feel this book will serve as a valuable tool to inspire the very passion and commitment businesses need to remain on top of their game." -Jim Reid, Vice President, Budget Rent a Car of Southern California "Ken Keller is one of the most insightful business advisors I have ever met, from the standpoint of being able to zero in on what really matters in building a successful business. His advice essentially comprises everything they don't teach you in college about running a company." -Tom Jackson, Stonewall Ventures, Charlotte, North Carolina "Ken, like no other author, has a unique way of sending a clear message in a manner that we can all receive. He has a knack of summarizing the works of others, giving his own sound business advice and just leaving us feeling a whole lot better. He helps to stuff our knapsacks with tools we can use today and with ideas that will prepare us for the future." -Georgene Waterman, Ph.D., Leadership One, Sacramento, California "Ken couples 'common sense' business practices with a code of professional ethics and integrity. The result is a set of inspirational and practical tips for CEOs, business owners and other top executives!" -Lee Self, President, Renaissance Executive Forums of Northern Virginia "If a business owner had the choice between an MBA and reading Ken Keller on an on-going basis, there's no question in my mind . . . study Ken Keller . . . start with IMPROVISE.ADAPT. OVERCOME." -Jim Neidhardt, The Country's Most Uniquely Qualified Success CoachT, Whippany, New Jersey "In a world of overcrowded business books, Ken Keller hits a home run. He packs practical, sometimes funny, and always dead-on ideas you can implement today into his latest book." -Maureen Boyt, Turning Point Consulting Group, Ft. Collins
The United States military is often presented as a model of equal-opportunity employment. In this work, the author examines and challenges this assertion with respect to the Navy. Dunklin studies Navy claims of meritocracy and training processes, profiles the careers of eight senior enlisted African American servicemen, and examines barriers to African American inclusion. First-hand accounts and interviews provide insight into the coping mechanisms and struggles of African Americans in the Navy. The author concludes by offering suggestions to improve the Navy equal opportunity environment.
Release on 2011-06-27 | by James D. Ford,Lea Berrang-Ford
From Theory to Practice
Author: James D. Ford,Lea Berrang-Ford
Pubpsher: Springer Science & Business Media
It is now widely accepted that adaptation will be necessary if we are to manage the risks posed by climate change. What we know about adaptation, however, is limited. While there is a well established body of scholarship proposing assessment approaches and explaining concepts, few studies have examined if and how adaptation is taking place at a national or regional level.