Released on 2013-03-13Categories Fiction

Brutal Honesty

Brutal Honesty

Author: Leonard Chivers

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781257246793

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Does life have you down Need common sense back in your life Brutal Honesty is a common sense odyssey in logic and emotion that touches on multiple of life issues. Some of the topics covered are love, family, racism, sex, violence, religion, economy, and even gas prices. These writings are delivered in a straight forward manner in which the author has no fear of describing the world and its problems directly and harshly. He offers what he feels are simple, common sense solutions to some of the issues that ail teens, family, communities and society. His hope is that when people read Brutal Honesty they can look at their lives in a different perspective, and that people can start treating others with a little more respect. This book is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud, and you will find yourself agreeing whole-heartedly or crying in outrage.
Released on 2016-11-04Categories Social Science

Hire Honesty

Hire Honesty

Author: Bill McConnell

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781480838475

Category: Social Science

Page: 282

View: 453

If you want good employees, you need to know which quality makes them good. What makes some workers show up on time, perform admirably, work enthusiastically, get along with coworkers, and make conscientious decisions? That supreme quality is honesty, and its the character equivalent of the good-worker gene. In Hire Honesty, author Bill McConnell explains how good-worker genes affect the productivity, compatibility, and profitability of your business. Then he provides details and specific methods for screening, selecting, and managing employees so they will become and remain productive and contented in their jobs. He describes the tools needed for effective interviewing and hiring and he shows employers how to use them. Employers will learn about: honesty as the foundation of exceptional job performance; good-worker genes; managed conversations; all-about-you interviews; and trust as the principle motivator for honest workers. McConnell, who spent twenty-eight years as CEO of Patusan Trading Company, a wholesaler and importer of oriental rugs, and five years as general manager of Triple Creek Ranch, named the worlds top-ranked luxury hotel in 2014, developed and implemented the techniques of Hire Honesty in settings as diverse as remote Himalayan villages and elite American resorts. Simple and practical, these methods and principles help businesses run more smoothly, cultivate happier employees, and experience rising profits.
Released on 2022-09-01Categories Language Arts & Disciplines

Good Naked

Good Naked

Author: Joni B. Cole

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: 9780826364371

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 199

View: 941

From veteran teacher and acclaimed author Joni B. Cole comes the revised and expanded edition of her popular writing guide Good Naked. Once again, Cole’s humor and wisdom shine through as she debunks long-held misconceptions of how we’re supposed to write, replacing them with advice that works. Feeling overwhelmed? Having trouble getting started or staying motivated? In this edition, Cole offers more stories, strategies, tips on craft, and exercises to serve new and seasoned writers from the first draft to the final edit. Writers will even find help making peace with rejection. Admirers as well as newcomers to Cole’s work appreciate her uniquely cheerful approach, time tested to foster creativity and productivity. Keeping this generous and essential guide close by will provide a jump start to inspiration and a daily reminder of the meaning, humor, and happiness that can be discovered in your own writing life.
Released on 2018-04-16Categories Business & Economics

Company Culture For Dummies

Company Culture For Dummies

Author: Mike Ganino

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119457886

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 408

View: 602

Make a difference with company culture Organizations around the world are looking for the “secret sauce” to create strong company cultures—and this book lets you in on what you can do to share the same culture that drives places like Google, Southwest, and Wegman’s to succeed. Inside, expert author on corporate culture Mike Ganino distills company culture down to the four core elements that you need to consider when making any business decision. Packed with real-world examples and practical approaches to help you build a culture that drives performance, increases bottom line results, and creates brands that people talk about and remember, this is the book you’ll want to keep close by as you create your own unique culture. Implement and manage cultural change effectively Apply key principles to achieve organizational goals See how new technologies influence organizations Retain employees and attract new talent With this helpful guide, you’ll boost your company’s culture in no time!
Released on 2005-11-15Categories Self-Help

The Seven Levels of Intimacy

The Seven Levels of Intimacy

Author: Matthew Kelly

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743274692

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

View: 954

Build the strong, deeply powerful relationships you’ve always desired in this inspirational guide to intimacy from Matthew Kelly, bestselling author of The Rhythm of Life. We all crave the heartwarming, incomparable connection of intimacy. But oftentimes, this complete, unrestrained sharing of ourselves is too daunting a task. Now, in The Seven Levels of Intimacy, Matthew Kelly explains step-by-step how to move beyond our fears and experience the power of true intimacy. By achieving each of Kelly’s seven levels, we can understand and gain confidence in our partners and ourselves until we are fully able to experience love, commitment, trust, and happiness. With profound insight and the use of powerful and relatable examples, The Seven Levels of Intimacy redefines the most important relationships in our lives and how we view our interactions with one another. By finally comprehending and experiencing the great depths of intimacy, we can create the strong connections, deep joy, and lasting bonds that we all long for in our lives.
Released on 2014-12-18Categories Language Arts & Disciplines

Speaking Professionally

Speaking Professionally

Author: Alan Jay Zaremba

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317459491

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 371

View: 925

Updated with new and current examples throughout, this concise guide is a rich resource for anyone who wants to become more effective in speaking settings. It covers all the basics and identifies essential principles that will help readers to efficiently prepare, deliver, and evaluate presentations.
Released on 2013Categories Business & Economics

Elements of Leaders of Character

Elements of Leaders of Character

Author: Wayne Hogue

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490803432

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 277

View: 899

Leaders spend their lifetime learning leadership; it is every leader's infinite responsibility. Leadership is such an abstract, personal, and situational combination of art and skill that a cookie-cutter recipe for anyone and everyone is an impossibility. However, becoming the kind of person the world desperately needs leading is certainly an attainable objective. Though not simple, the formula is found in Elements of Leaders of Character. Elements of Leaders of Character is a leader development book; but not just any kind of leader, the kind of leader who wants to make a positive difference. Elements is a detailed illustration of the most significant attributes, practices, and principles of leaders who highly value the quality of people's character-especially their own. Leaders of character are people who care about the kind of person they are because they know the impact their character has on their own lives and world. Leaders of character step up to lead because they want to make the world a better place by being a better person and leader. If you want to be a leader, or you are a leader, and you are the kind of person who genuinely values ideals like commitment, honor, morality, and respect, you will readily discover how Elements of Leaders of Character applies directly to you, your leadership, and your success in life.
Released on 2011-07-11Categories Art

The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning

The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning

Author: Maggie Nelson

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393082234

Category: Art

Page: 304

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"This is criticism at its best." —Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times Writing in the tradition of Susan Sontag and Elaine Scarry, Maggie Nelson has emerged as one of our foremost cultural critics with this landmark work about representations of cruelty and violence in art. From Sylvia Plath’s poetry to Francis Bacon’s paintings, from the Saw franchise to Yoko Ono’s performance art, Nelson’s nuanced exploration across the artistic landscape ultimately offers a model of how one might balance strong ethical convictions with an equally strong appreciation for work that tests the limits of taste, taboo, and permissibility.
Released on 2022-08-25Categories Business & Economics

Culture Won

Culture Won

Author: Keith Clarke

Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing

ISBN: 9781803811437

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 227

View: 850

This book is about the company culture that helped drive Arm Limited’s spectacular growth to become the world’s leading semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) company. Its extremely power-efficient processor technology has been licensed to hundreds of semiconductor chip manufacturers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Arm is still largely unknown to the broader public, yet Arm’s technology is nearly ubiquitous and has been a foundational building block of the global rise of the smartphone. Arm-based microprocessors power over 95% of the world’s mobile phones. However, this book is not about technology. It’s about how a company grew from being a small start-up in Cambridge, UK with 12 people and a £1.75m cash investment to a global organization with over 5,000 employees in over 50 countries and more than $1.5bn revenue in 2016 when SoftBank acquired it for $32bn. Arm Limited was founded as Advanced RISC Machines in November 1990, a joint venture between a British computer manufacturer, Acorn Computers Limited and its much larger US competitor, Apple Computers Inc. The purpose of the new venture was to develop and proliferate the uniquely power-efficient and high-performance RISC-based microprocessor technology that had been developed several years earlier by Acorn. Using first-hand interviews with founders and the author’s knowledge, this book charts some of the key people involved in the birth of the technology and the company Advanced RISC Machines. It considers how their behaviors and decisions led to the creation of the licensing business model and the strategy that underpinned Arm’s later success. This book reveals some of the layers that help explain how the combination of culture, strategy and execution built the world’s leading semiconductor IP company. It provides insight into ten essential ingredients of Arm’s success, including the company’s unique proposition, how the early business model and strategy were formed, the creation and evolution of the winning culture, the ecosystem of shared success and how Arm stayed unified throughout a period of extraordinary growth. The purpose of the book is to help readers create a culture of inclusiveness, collaboration and innovation within their own organizations. The book provides examples from Arm’s history which should provide inspiration and guidance for making the necessary changes to enable a winning culture. Additional details of interest to history lovers include the stories behind the BBC Microcomputer prototype, the Acorn RISC Machine microprocessor development, Advanced RISC Machines’ creation, the partnership-focused licensing business model’s development, the nearly lost design-win at Nokia for their new GSM mobile, the 20+ billion selling Cortex®-M product that almost didn’t happen and the battle for smartphones and tablets with Intel.
Released on 2014-02-17Categories Self-Help

Force of Mind, Song of Heart

Force of Mind, Song of Heart

Author: Lynne D'Amico, Ph.D.

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452591308

Category: Self-Help

Page: 220

View: 794

Force of Mind, Song of Heart unveils an unparalleled look at personal relationships and the dynamic tension between the merging and separating that is every relationship. By learning how to see your self as an emerging process of consciousness, and force of mind as an instrumental tool for creating the song of heart that is connection and the basis for every genuinely satisfying and positive relationship, you can improve any personal relationship in your life, be it one with a spouse, parent, in-law, or other family member. A stunning elucidation of the evolving dynamic that is every personal relationship, Force of Mind, Song of Heart shows you how to redirect a negative and polarizing relationship dynamic as a positive and unifying one as you shape your thoughts, recollections, imaginings, and interactions with your self and others. If you are struggling with a personal relationship right now and want to understand how to improve it, or if you want practicable guidance for more purposeful and satisfying living, this book is for you. Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama "Force of Mind, Song of Heart highlights the urgent need for compassionate action and ethical attitude to achieve happiness and sound health in our life...”
Released on 2017-02-03Categories Business & Economics

Industrial Design Engineering

Industrial Design Engineering

Author: John X. Wang

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351671842

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 297

Designing new products and improving existing ones is a continual process. Industrial design engineering is an industrial engineering process applied to product designs that are to be manufactured through techniques of production operations. Excellent industrial design engineering programs are essential for the nation’s industry to succeed in selling useful and ecologically justifiable and usable products on a market flooded with goods and services. This unique text on industrial design engineering integrates basic knowledge, insight, and working methods from industrial engineering and product design subjects. Industrial Design Engineering: Inventive Problem Solving provides a combination of engineering thinking and design skills that give the researchers, practitioners, and students an excellent foundation for participation in product development projects and techniques for establishing and managing such projects. The design principles are presented around examples related to the designing of products, goods, and services. Case studies are developed around real problems and are based on the customer’s needs. Industrial engineering is a field with a large and extensive presence in our nation's manufacturing and service industries. From this new book, researchers, practitioners, and students will get an easy access to a wide range of effective industrial engineering tools and techniques in a concise format that will provide in-depth coverage emphasizing new thinking paradigms, tools, techniques, and models for industrial engineering problem solving.