The NetEffect series is your one source for hands-on, applied books for business "soft skills" training courses. The books in the NetEffect series are written by authors with experience in education and industry and contain real-world information and advice to help readers develop the skills they need to succeed in today's workplace. The books are supported by leader's guides, Companion Websites, free JWA Videos, and (selected titles) self-paced exercise guides. Topics covered include: Choosing a career, time management, interpersonal relationships and avoiding pitfalls. This book is of interest to anyone in the workforce.
Whether she's soaking her living room in Raid bug spray, fantasizing about living in a $50,000 sleep capsule, or dragging her brood of rowdy children out of Whole Foods, Jennifer Fulwiler's life is sure to be a source of inspiration (or at least entertainment) in this collection of essays originally published on her blog. With a new introduction and conclusion, as well as a foreword by author Simcha Fisher, Like Living Among Scorpions is a fresh look at the most popular humorous posts that chronicle Jen's attempts to keep her sanity while managing a house full of babies and scorpions. Longtime readers will love reliving these moments with Jen, and new readers will enjoy this introduction to her unique perspective on life.
Discover How to Use Yoga for Weight Loss, Meditation, Healthy Living and Stress Free at Work Today only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $0.99. Regularly priced at $2.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. You’re about to discover how to use Yoga for weight loss, meditation, healthy living. This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to learn yoga for beginners. It contains a step by step guide on the basic ons that anyone will need to begin their yoga journey. Each yoga posture is described thoroughly so that you can follow along without difficulty. Yoga is a way of life that incorporates a Hindu science of bodily and mental control. It is thought to be founded by a man named Patanjali who lived during the 300 BC. He first put into writing the teachings that had been passed verbally from teacher to student.
The word Yoga in Sanskrit means union. It aims at the union of the individual spirit with the universal spirit to free man from his own infirmities and limitations. Yoga is based on the laws of nature and is considered as one of the oldest sciences known to man. It has many branches like: Hatha, Guana, Lingnan-Yoni, Mantra, Raja, Kundalini, Karma, Bhakta, Laya and many other forms. This book will cover basic preparatory yoga that aims for perfect control of the body and mind and breathing. Benefits of Yoga Yoga masters called yogis say that un the body is fit, the mind cannot function to its fullest capacity. Yoga teaches that man has the power within himself to perfect himself, that man is the master of his own fate. We cannot lead a disorderly life and expect to have mental prowess and a body brimming with health and spiritual beauty.
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RAYLA 2212 follows Rayla Illmatic, a third generation citizen of Planet Hope, a former Earth colony that has claimed its independence. But the utopian world has turned upside down and Rayla is on a quest to right the wrongs and end the rule of the Dirk. After her lover, and rebel leader Carcine disappears on a mission to find mystical scientist Moulan Shakur, Rayla embarks on a journey to complete it. She soon finds herself on a journey to find The Missing, a group of New Age Astronauts who were lost in the teleport project. But all isn't what it seems in this world where time and space shift at will. This story ties reincarnation, space travel, virtual worlds and love. As Rayla discovers new worlds, she comes to discover herself and her power.
Submissive Zebadiah Pellegrino maybe down, but he's not out yet. He knows there is a Dom or Domme for him - it's just a matter of finding him or her. But after an attack by a brutal Mistress, the owners of New Beginnings have been hovering like a pair of over protective hens. It's been over a year and he's ready to move on, but now he just has to convince them or leave New Beginnings. New members, Dom Nicholaus Tarquinio and switch Stephanie McKeown have a unique D/s relationship and have been searching for sometime for a third member, a submissive to complete their triad. But the trick is to find a man who not only appeals to Nicholaus's domination but isn't above allowing Stephanie to have her fun too. When Zebadiah catches Stephanie's eye, she and Nicholaus approach the wounded sub, wondering if he's truly ready take what they have to offer him, or is Ethan right about Zebahiah not being ready? Only time will tell.
For the Palestinians who live in the narrow coastal strip of Gaza, the December 2008 Israeli invasion was a nightmare of unimaginable proportions: in the 22-day-long action 1,400 Gazans were killed, several hundred on the first day alone. More than 6,000 homes were destroyed or badly damaged. The cost of the destruction and disruption of economic life, in one of the world’s poorest areas, is estimated at more than $3 billion. And yet, while nothing should diminish recognition of Palestinian suffering through these frightful days, it is possible something redemptive will emerge from the tragedy of Gaza. For, as Norman Finkelstein details, in a concise work that melds cold anger with cool analysis, the profound injustice of the Israeli assault has been widely recognized by organizations impossible to brand as partial or extremist. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the UN investigation headed by Richard Goldstone, in documenting Israel's use of indiscriminate and intentional force against the civilian population during the invasion (100 Palestinians died for every one Israeli), have had an impact on traditional support for Israel. Jews in both the United States and the United Kingdom, for instance, are beginning to voice dissent, and this trend is especially apparent among the young. Such a shift, Finkelstein contends, can result in new pressure capable of moving the Middle East crisis towards a solution, one that embraces justice for Palestinians and Israelis alike.
The seeds of hope were thus sown in the bitter anguish of Gaza. This Time We Went Too Far, written with Finkelstein’s customary acuity and precision, will surely advance the process it so eloquently describes.
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Folly To Be Wise. 1966 • Arthur Sellings. Gift of the Gods. 1966 • William Spencer. The Long Memory. 1966 • Gerald W. Page. Guardian Angel. 1966 • Eric Frank Russell. Second Genesis. 1966 • Vincent King. Defence Mechanism. 1966