Released on 2013-08-15Categories Business & Economics

You Can Do More That Matters

You Can Do More That Matters

Author: Greg Hammond

Publisher: Advantage Media Group

ISBN: 9781599323428

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 178

View: 432

Discover How to Live More & Give More Have you ever wondered how to create a personal legacy that will endure? Greg Hammond and Ron Ware help people just like you discover that both generous living and generous giving are possible! With their guidance, you can learn how to gain confidence, clarity, and financial freedom. You can create a life and legacy plan that provides abundantly for your family and makes a powerful impact on the charitable causes and organizations you care about most. After all, if you knew you could, wouldn’t you? A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be directed to the Do More That Matters Foundation Fund.
Released on 2018-07-24Categories Social Science

Places That Matter

Places That Matter

Author: Dr. Joan Ferrante

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520965928

Category: Social Science

Page: 232

View: 699

Places that Matter asks the reader to identify a place that matters in their life—their home, a place of worship, a park, or some other site that acts as an emotional and physical anchor and connects them to a neighborhood. Then readers are asked: In what ways do I currently support—or fail to support—that neighborhood? Should support be increased? If so, in what ways? Joan Ferrante guides students through a learning experience that engages qualitative and quantitative research and culminates in writing a meaningful plan of action or research brief. Students are introduced to basic concepts of research and are exposed to the experiences of gathering and drawing on data related to something immediate and personal. The class-tested exercises are perfect for courses that emphasize action-based research and social responsibility. The book’s overarching goal is to help students assess their neighborhood’s needs and strengths and then create a concrete plan that supports that neighborhood and promotes its prosperity. Accompanying the book is a facilitator’s companion website to guide action-based research experiences, which includes rubrics that are aligned to common learning objectives and are also designed to make tracking and reporting easier.
Released on 2013-11-28Categories Self-Help

No More Suffering Fools

No More Suffering Fools

Author: Brian Taylor


ISBN: 9781304624796

Category: Self-Help

Page: 480

View: 458

Collected from the works of philosophy and social criticism of Brian C. Taylor from 2006 to 2013, this anthology contains everything of value written so far. This collection also has unpublished works formerly unavailable online or in book form.
Released on 2020-06-16Categories Fiction

Afraid of the Light

Afraid of the Light

Author: Cynthia Ruchti

Publisher: Kregel Publications

ISBN: 9780825446573

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 493

She helps others manage their desperate lives--but who will help her? Clinical psychologist Camille Brooks isn't put off by the lifestyle of her hoarding clients. After all, she lost her mother to the crippling anxiety disorder. She'll go a long way to help others avoid the same pain and loss. Despite Camille's expertise, her growing audience for her Let in the Light podcast, and the national recognition she's gaining for her creative coaching methods, there are some things she isn't prepared for. A client who looks far too much like her mom catches her off guard. And the revelation that she's also hoarding something sends her spinning. Can she stand to let the light into her own life with the help of a friend who wants to stand by her for life and the God who created and loves her? Or will she find that defeating her demons proves too much to bear?
Released on 1994Categories Creative writing (Elementary education)

The Art of Teaching Writing

The Art of Teaching Writing

Author: Lucy McCormick Calkins

Publisher: Portsmouth, N.H. : Heinemann ; Toronto, Irwin

ISBN: UCSC:32106011111447

Category: Creative writing (Elementary education)

Page: 550

View: 574

Clearly, during the time in which Calkins' original ideas have spread like wildlife, her focus has not been on articulating and defending those ideas, but on developing and rethinking them. Respecting and responding to the questions that have arisen as thousands of teachers establish writing workshops in their classrooms, and drawing upon the latest knowledge in the field and her own intimate understanding of classroom life, Calkins has re-thought every line and every facet of her original text.