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Smashing Mindset

Author : Selena E Bartlett
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We all want a happy and healthy life but stress locks down our mindset and makes us fat, unhealthy, and unhappy. Dr Bartlett is a neuroscientist that has written a book for the average person. There are six easy to follow principles with exercises and tips to help you train the brain to reduce stress, have a healthy body and happy life.

Smashing Stereotypes

Author : Sheryl Miller
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Does it ever feel like you’re not good enough to be in the room? Do you want to get ahead in the kill-or-be-killed corporate world? SMASHING STEREOTYPES aims to help you conquer your fears and pursue your dreams in the business arena. Whether you’re sitting in the corner office or working your way up from the first floor, you have the tools to help you get the promotion you deserve, the raise you’ve waited a long time for, and ultimately, have the career you were born to have. The time is now. If you’re ready to level up and could use a little encouragement and proven tips and advice from someone who has been there, this book is a must-have. Inside this book, you’ll discover: Simple strategies to success Tested and proven practical advice Strategies to help you handle office politics Tips to secure a promotion and pay raises And so much more!

Smashing UX Design

Author : Jesmond Allen
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Discover Your Inner Photographer Transform Your Mindset The How To Guide

Author : Olaf Reinen
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Want to know how to take photos of the stars, or learn about long exposure photography? Perhaps you enjoy photographing flowers close-up, or want that perfect bird photo. Maybe you have always wanted to get more out of your camera, but never knew where to start? This step-by-step instructional guide will help you with more than 40 different types of photography, plus tips on filters and how to use them, and some pratcical tips on camera gear and digital management. All in an easy-to-follow format. Get your copy now! Learn about many kinds of photography in this practical and easy to follow guide. Topics covered include: Landscapes/Scenics Low Light, Hand Held Scenics/Landscapes Low Light (with Tripod) Star Photos Star Trails, Method 1 Star Trails Method 2 Street Photography Travel Photography Flash! Flash Exposure Compensation Flash with Slow Shutter Shooting the Moon Photographing at Night Focusing Methods Not Blurry Exposure Bracketing High Dynamic Range Good Exposure Sunburst effect Silhouettes Long Exposures Fireworks Lightning Panning Blur for Effect Portraits (Without Flash) Portraits (With Flash) Panorama (with stitching) Sports / Action Wildlife Bird Photography Macro Sunsets Pets Snow The Blue Hour Into the Sun Helicopters & Planes Time-Lapse Sunrise Cars Phonetography Clear Filter Circular Polarizer Graduated Neutral Density (GND) Neutral Density (ND) Filter Infrared (IR) Filter Fixing the Angles Hyperfocal Distance Focus Stacking Post Processing File Management All About Gear RAW vs Jpeg Risk Management Which Camera? Final Thoughts Follow the instructions for any of the topics covered, and get fantastic results every time!

Smashing Book 31 3

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With Web design, we can do much more than inform the audience. The power of storytelling and content strategy is in creating engaging, emotional connections that transcend their platforms. In this book, we will review emerging navigation design patterns and understand how to employ a content strategy, which is an important process, often underestimated and dependent on many factors. A case study of Smashing Magazines responsive redesign beautifully illustrates what this approach could look like in practice. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1) The Missing Element of Redesign: Story by Denise Jacobs 2) Rethinking Navigation: Techniques and Design Patterns by Christian Holst 3) Rework Your Content So It Works for You by Colleen Jones 4) Responsive Smashing Redesign, a Case Study by Vitaly Friedman

Smashing Pumpkins

Author : Amy Hanson
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The Smashing Pumpkins erupted out of the obscurity of the Chicago music scene with a raw and dissonant sound that encapsulated the dissatisfaction and disillusionment of late '80s youth. They were associated with the Seattle scene that produced Nirvana, Pearl Jam et al but their music transcended the grunge sound. After legitimising heavy metal with the acclaimed Siamese Dream album, the band's ever-metamorphosing vision and Billy Corgan's individual journey as writer and musician found an apogee in the massively ambitious US number one double Mellon Collie and The Infinite Sadness. Book jacket.

Redesign the Web

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Unlike its predecessors, the new Smashing Books 3 and 3 and a half have the main theme: Redesign. The books are a professional guide on how to redesign websites, but they also introduce a whole new mindset for progressive Web design. They challenge you to think differently about your work and will change the way you design websites forever. A detailed look at the business and technical side of redesign is followed by a comprehensive overview of advanced HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript techniques that you can use today. You will get useful advice on innovative UX techniques, learn about the peculiarities of mobile context in Web design and discover useful Photoshop techniques for the new Web. You will explore a practical hands on guide to a bulletproof workflow for responsive Web design. Finally, you will also dive deep into emotional design, content strategy and storytelling. TABLE OF CONTENTS - Preface - The Business Side of Redesign - Selecting a Platform: Technical Considerations for Your Redesign - Jumping Into HTML - Restyle, Recode, Reimagine With CSS3 - JavaScript Rediscovered: Tricks to Replace Complex jQuery - Techniques for Building Better User Experiences - Designing for the Future, Using Photoshop - Redesigning With Personality - Mobile Considerations in User Experience Design: Web or Native? - Workflow Redesigned: A Future Friendly Approach - Becoming Fabulously Flexible: Designing Atoms and Elements This Book was written by Elliot Jay Stocks, Paul Boag, Rachel Andrew, Ben Schwarz, David Storey, Lea Verou, Christian Heilmann, Dmitry Fadeyev, Marc Edwards, Aarron Walter, Aral Balkan, Stephen Hay, Andy Clarke and The Smashing Editorial Team.

Wealthology

Author : Michelle Lowbridge
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In the near future, every entrepreneur will want a coach who can deal with subconscious blocks to creating wealth. Many readers’ clients are probably already reading Napoleon Hill, Wallace D. Wattles and Gay Hendricks, and eager to know how and why they’re blocking money, and what to do about it. Readers can forget about months of mindset work and journaling exercises to figure out why their clients aren’t making more money. It can now be done in minutes. Wealthology is their essential manual for smashing their clients’ money blocks. The Wealthology® system allows readers to quickly identify how their client relates to money - their Wealthology Profile - and the exact places to find their money blocks - the Wealthology Themes. Readers can cross reference their client's profile with each money block theme and have a complete guide to how, why and where they're blocking money, and what to do about it. They know their clients have the potential to be superheroes. They just need someone to eliminate their kryptonite. That’s what The Science of Smashing Money Blocks is all about.

Smashing Terrorism in the Malayan Emergency

Author : Brian Stewart
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Smashing It

Author : Curtis Palmer
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He lost the use of his legs and in a tragic accident at the age of 15. Curtis Palmer was broken, but he was never beaten. Pushing aside depression and the end of a childhood dream to be a famous rugby league player, Curtis embarked on a mission to show himself and the world that anything is possible if you have the right mindset. Having achieved the hospital record for the fastest person out of bed and into a wheelchair, an astonishing 9 days, he has gone onto travel the world as a television reporter, an international sportsman and an intrepid traveller. His never quit attitude and determination to be the best lead him to achieve greatness at the 2004 Paralympic Games in Athens by winning Gold in wheelchair rugby. This is a humorous, honest and enlightening story of how a young boy turned adversity into an opportunity to grow and become an inspiring man.

The Forex Mindset The Skills and Winning Attitude You Need for More Profitable Forex Trading

Author : Jared Martinez
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Jared Martinez traded the forex market for a decade through the 1980s and ’90s before he discovered that successful trading requires 10 percent skill and 90 percent emotional intelligence. He founded the Market Traders Institute on that underlying principle, and now MTI is the most established leader in forex education worldwide. Jared is known as “FXCHIEF” in the industry, and now, in The Forex Mindset, he shares his secrets with you. Leadership experts and corporate executives are just waking up to what the FXCHIEF has known for more than 15 years—emotional intelligence matters. With The Forex Mindset, you get up close and personal with greed and fear, the two leading forces in the market. Everyone gets in for greed, but without a healthy understanding of fear, you may be in for one of the worst journeys of your life. This performance-oriented guidebook features a potent synthesis of psychology and strategy that will exponentially increase your ability to acquire wealth as a trader. Even veteran traders with bulletproof trading strategies are doomed to fail if they don’t know themselves. The Forex Mindset prepares you to be a successful trader by helping you identify your unique psychological strengths and weaknesses and how you naturally behave in times of financial crisis. With a newfound understanding of yourself, you can use this book to map out your own path to wealth by: Delving into human nature and market behavior Learning how to improve your emotional intelligence Doing what top traders do to control their emotions in trades and in times of crisis Implementing authoritative strategies for effective thinking in a state of fear If you want to make a living from trading forex, apply the lessons in The Forex Mindset and you’re already 90 percent there!

Pre independence Indian Muslim Mindset

Author : Ghulam Kibria
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The Employee Engagement Mindset The Six Drivers for Tapping Into the Hidden Potential of Everyone in Your Company

Author : Tim Clark
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"Clark and his team discovered some surprising truths about highly engaged people that cross cultural, demographic, and industry lines. The Employee Engagement Mindset unlocks the door to our own personal and professional connectedness." --Marshall Goldsmith, author of the New York Times bestsellers MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There "The Employee Engagement Mindset is an outstanding companion guide for anyone who wants to sustain a high level of engagement in both personal and professional life. It lays out in clear, practical terms how highly engaged people think and what they do. I highly recommend it." --Vai Sikahema, NBC Philadelphia sports anchor and former NFL All-Pro, Philadelphia Eagles "The Employee Engagement Mindset shows that engagement is not mental gymnastics, but six specific drivers of management and employee action. The book captures the emerging search for meaning and purpose in organizations and offers fantastic concepts, tools, and examples of how to go beyond rhetoric to action and resolve." --Dave Ulrich, professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and partner, The RBL Group "There has been a lot written about employee engagement from the leader's perspective. What excites me about The Employee Engagement Mindset is that it is written for employees. It offers a blueprint for high engagement that really works." --Patricia Longshore, vice president, Duke Corporate Education "The six drivers introduced in this book have the powerful capacity to enrich your life, no matter where you are on the engagement spectrum. Read this book--for both inspiration and practical strategies to supercharge your organization!" --Elliott Masie, chair, The Learning CONSORTIUM "Clark advances a well-considered approach to creating a culture of superior employee engagement. This is a worthy read for every aspiring leader." --Douglas R. Conant, former president and CEO, Campbell Soup Company and New York Times bestselling author of TouchPoints About the Book: When it comes to employee engagement, Timothy R. Clark goes where no one has gone before. One of today's leading experts on the subject, Clark reveals that the business world has been focusing on only half the question--namely, the organization's role in driving employee engagement. Clark points to the other interested party--the employee. Through extensive research, the author has discovered that approximately 75 percent of employees are not fully engaged with their work--a frighteningly high number with frighteningly dire consequences for both companies and individual employees. The Employee Engagement Mindset is a step-by-step guide to reversing this pattern, one employee at a time. Clark breaks it all down into six key behaviors: Connecting: Form solid relationships with coworkers and align your behavior to the organization's culture and goals Shaping: Seize opportunities for tailoring experiences based on your personal preferences Learning: Take proactive measures to learn at or above the speed of change Stretching: Move out of your comfort zone and take calculated risks Achieving: Accomplish your goals Contributing: Make personal contributions that drive lasting positive change to others and to the company The Employee Engagement Mindset provides practical advice on how any employee can put him or herself on the fast track to true engagement using this six-part model. With high levels of engagement come organizational success and improvements in employees' professional and personal lives. Employees who take ownership and pride in their work get results with energy, passion, and purpose. They stay in their jobs longer, innovate faster, and execute better. Simply put, every engaged employee is worth his or her weight in gold. Whether you're in charge of driving employee engagement or feel the need to take personal responsibility for excelling at work, The Employee Engagement Mindset tells you everything you need to know.

Trace It to Erase It

Author : Selena E Bartlett
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Dr. Selena E. Bartlett, Neuroscientist has created an easy to follow guidebook that uses tracing and other fun techniques to help you learn how to tap into BRAINPOWER. The simple act of tracing helps to train the brain to manage stress, break free of old habits to be healthier and happier.

Investing From the Top Down A Macro Approach to Capital Markets

Author : Anthony Crescenzi
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Crescenzi makes frequent appearances on CNBC, Bloomberg, and NBC's “Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo” and he has acted as advisor to members of the White House The author is a featured columnist for thestreet.com's” Real Money” and has a strong professional following The book covers all major instruments and investment choices

The Fearless Mindset

Author : Peter L. Scott, IV
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This is a book for everyone who wants to conquer the fear holding them back from the life they've only dared to imagine. This is NOT a book for people who just want another feel good set of catch phrases or trite slogans. Because, inside this book you'll discover key insights and actionable strategies for creating a Fearless Mindset. Strategies and insights revealed include: - Understanding and Harnessing the "2/4 Fear Factor" - 4 Steps for smashing through goals in any area of life - The little-known "Code" that scientifically alters your DNA to overcome fear - What a Super Bowl Champion taught me about failure after success - 5 action steps for taking back control of your day - And much, much more - Plus, get $297 worth of bonus audio interviews and invitations to Peter's next live event. Download the book now so that you get fit in less time, double your income, and become unstoppable! Scroll to the top of the page and click the 'buy button'.

The Rotarian vol 190 no 3

Author : Rotary International
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Datamation

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The Godmen of India

Author : Janaki Ram
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India has become the breeding ground of myriad Godmen and Godwomen who cheat the gullible public in the name of God and amass wealth and build their own private empires. The author, a former police officer, who had the unique oppertunity to investigate in to the dubious affairs of certain godmen and their Ashrams, debunks the claims of such Godmen and exposes them in their true colours. An interesting and revaling book and it is his fourth published work.

Farmer Able A fable about servant leadership transforming organizations and people from the inside out

Author : Art Barter
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The pigs are running the farm. So begins the story of Farmer Able. Everyone on his farm -- people and animals alike – are downright downtrodden by him. He's overbearing and compulsively obsessed with profits and productivity. He's a typical top-down, power-based manager, forever tallying production numbers in his well-worn ledgers. But the more he pushes the hoofs and horns and humans, the more they dig in their heels. That is until one day when he hears a mysterious wind that whispers: "It's not all about me." Can he turn things around and begin attending to the needs of those on his farm, thus improving their attitudes and productivity? Farmer Able is an engaging parable that entertains as it enlightens. It reveals a profound truth about the dysfunction in organizations and how dramatic improvements can be made when leaders liberate employees to operate at their fullest potential and discover the significance in their work. If you're looking to develop a new and profoundly satisfying leadership style, one that advocates serving others and creating ethical, engaging workplaces and innovative environments, this book will set you on your way. If you are tired of "business as usual," this lively story will get you thinking about how to inspire your employees and produce better results.