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The Path Redefined

Author : Lauren Maillian Bias
ISBN : 9781939529770
Genre : Business & Economics
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Success is not about climbing over colleagues or climbing the corporate ladder; it’s about the ability to rise to your full potential and tackle challenges with enthusiasm. In today’s career climate, you have to be innovative and ambitious and capitalize on your individual talents. The Path Redefined: Getting to the Top on Your Own Terms shows you how to achieve the highest levels of success and satisfaction in business and in life by tapping into the essence of what makes you unique. You can reach the pinnacle of your work and personal lives, faster and more independently than you ever imagined possible—on your own terms. In The Path Redefined, serial entrepreneur Lauren Maillian Bias shares the lessons and tactics that rocketed her to the top of three completely different fields—all before she reached the age of 30. Using her extensive experience as a successful business owner, venture capitalist, and startup advisor, Lauren explains in easy-to-understand terms how to reinvent yourself and plan for success, all while embracing failure but learning from your mistakes. Including advice and lessons from some of the nation’s most successful entrepreneurs and business executives, The Path Redefined will become an indispensable tool to maximize your full potential without compromising who you truly are.

Redefined

Author : Pete Dellerba with Dave Taylor
ISBN : 9781490810386
Genre : Religion
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Defining moments—we all have them. All of us can look back and remember moments when events occurred and decisions were made that drastically altered the course of our lives. Defining moments shape our perception of the world, and they become major forces in defining who we are and what we are capable of. They become the scales by which we measure our worth. Our reality is anchored in our interpretation of those moments, and how we respond to them often determines how we respond in life. Mankind’s fall from glory in the garden of Eden was a catastrophic event of epic proportions, one of the great defining moments in human history. It altered the course of humanity and redefined who we were at our core. Before the Fall, we were sons and daughters in paradise; after the Fall, we were orphans and strangers in exile. Our interpretation of that one event has shaped our self-identity. And our interpretation of God’s words and actions in the midst of the event has shaped our perception of who he is and the nature of his heart toward us. Redefined chronicles a journey back to the time of the orphaning of the human heart. It dares to reinterpret the story in the light of the smile of Abba God. It offers the hope that if Adam’s darkest moment can be redefined, then our darkest moments can as well. But the ramifications are huge. For the life of Christ and his work on the cross will never look the same to us again. And our excuses for remaining powerless against the enemy will be lost forever.

German Romantic Painting Redefined

Author : MitchellBenjamin Frank
ISBN : 9781351565660
Genre : Art
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The modernist aesthetic and, later, Nazi ideology split German Romantic painting into two opposed phases, an early progressive movement, represented by Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840) and Philipp Otto Runge (1777-1810), and a later reactionary one - epitomized by Friedrich Overbeck (1789-1869) and Peter von Cornelius (1783-1867). In this rich and engaging book, Mitchell Frank explores the continuities between these two phases to reconstruct the historical position that existed in the nineteenth century and to look once again at the Nazarenes - and Overbeck in particular - as a fully integrated part of the Romantic movement. His innovative book is crucial to an understanding of German Romanticism and the legacy of this period in European art.

Hinduism Redefined

Author : Ambika Prasad Sharma
ISBN : 8180690822
Genre : Hinduism
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Seeks To Trace The History Of Hinduism Form Indus Valley Civilization Through Vedic And Brahman Period And Explains How Hindu Beliefs Have Emanated. Points At The Best In Hinduism And Also Its Inadequacies-How New Customs And Tradition Have Arisen And Looks At The Apathy Of People For Visiting Temples And Performance Of Rituals. Has Four Chapters.

Conservatism Redefined

Author : Patrick Garry
ISBN : 9781594034565
Genre : Political Science
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After reaching high levels of public popularity in the 1980s and 1990s, political conservatism has become beset with criticism and disillusionment. As demonstrated by the 2008 election results, political conservatism has been blamed for an unpopular Iraq war, an economy nose diving into recession, and a barrage of high profile instances of corporate misbehavior. This crisis in the ideological identity of and public confidence in conservatism is partly due to conservatism itself. Contrary to the intellectual vibrancy that characterized the 1980s and 1990s, political conservatism in recent years has become complacent and dormant. It has been more focused on simply protecting political power than on reexamining its philosophical principles and policy prescriptions. Because of this failure to continually reexamine, conservatives have allowed their ideology to slip back into various ruts caused by certain historical deviations from the conservative creed. These deviations, beginning in the early twentieth century, mischaracterized conservatism as a special-interest defender of the wealthy and corporate class. The deviations also allowed conservatism to be miscast as a political creed that advocates aggressive U.S. intervention in the affairs of foreign nations. Perhaps because of all its successes, as well as the political influence it has been able to achieve, political conservatism in America has somewhat lost its foundational bearings. Its basic principles and ideological identity have been lost amidst the various political maneuverings and issues associated with partisan politics. Consequently, conservatives need to get their ideology back to a firm foundational setting, so as to allow it to once again provide a strong beacon of guidance to American society. In this book, Patrick Garry attempts to provide a clear definition and ideological identity to conservatism—an identity that not only connects conservatism to the past, but allows it to position itself for the challenges of the future. With a concise simplicity, Garry provides a definition of conservatism that relies on two fundamental propositions. Garry also argues that the focus of conservatism needs to be redirected toward the interests of the poor and disadvantaged. As Garry argues, it is conservatism and not liberalism that offers the best hope for the poor and disadvantaged to prosper in America. This new focus of conservatism will allow conservatism to flourish as a governing ideology.

The Urban Ethnography Reader

Author : Mitchell Duneier
ISBN : 9780199325917
Genre : Social Science
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Urban ethnography is the firsthand study of city life by investigators who immerse themselves in the worlds of the people about whom they write. Since its inception in the early twentieth century, this great tradition has helped define how we think about cities and city dwellers. The past few decades have seen an extraordinary revival in the field, as scholars and the public at large grapple with the increasingly complex and pressing issues that affect the ever-changing American city-from poverty to the immigrant experience, the changing nature of social bonds to mass incarceration, hyper-segregation to gentrification. As both a method of research and a form of literature, urban ethnography has seen a notable and important resurgence. This renewed interest demands a clear and comprehensive understanding of the history and development of the field to which this volume contributes by presenting a selection of past and present contributions to American urban ethnographic writing. Beginning with an original introduction highlighting the origins, practices, and significance of the field, editors Mitchell Duneier, Philip Kasinitz, and Alexandra Murphy guide the reader through the major and fascinating topics on which it has focused -- from the community, public spaces, family, education, work, and recreation, to social policy, and the relationship between ethnographers and their subjects. An indispensable guide, The Urban Ethnography Reader provides an overview of how the discipline has grown and developed while offering students and scholars a selection of some of the finest social scientific writing on the life of the modern city.

Flight Tests Of Three Dimensional Path Redefinition Algorithms For Transition From Radio Navigation To Microwave Landing System Navigation When Flying An Aircraft On Autopilot

Author : Richard M. Hueschen
ISBN : NASA:31769000518913
Genre : Guidance systems (Flight)
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Redefining Stalinism

Author : Harold Shukman
ISBN : 9781135760854
Genre : Political Science
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Born in 1879 in Georgia, Stalin joined the Bolsheviks under Lenin in 1903 and became General Secretary of the Communist Party in 1922. These edited papers reassess the deeds, policies and legacy of a man who was responsible for innumerable deaths and untold human misery.

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ISBN : UOM:39015022340270
Genre : Aeronautics
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Black Woman Redefined

Author : Sophia Nelson
ISBN : 9781937856793
Genre : Self-Help
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It’s time for a REDEFINITION among black women in America. In its 2011 hardcover release, Black Woman Redefined was a top-selling book and took home a 2011 Best Non-Fiction Book of the Year Award from the African American Literary Awards. Author Sophia A. Nelson won the 2012 Champions of Diversity Award, given each year by diversity business executives in Fortune 100 companies. Black Woman Redefined was inspired in part by what Nelson calls “open season on accomplished black women”: from Don Imus’s name-calling of black female basketball players in 2007 and a 2009 Yale University study titled “Marriage Eludes High-Achieving Black Women,” to the more recent revelation that First Lady Michelle Obama is concerned about being painted as an “angry, black woman.” In Black Woman Redefined, Nelson sets out to change this cultural perception, taking readers on a no-holds-barred journey into the hearts and minds of accomplished black women to reveal truths, tribulations, and insights like never before. This groundbreaking book provides black women of a new generation with essential career and life-coaching advice. Based on never-before-done research on college-educated, career-driven black women, Nelson offers her fellow “sisters”—and those who know, love, and work with them—a feel-good volume for personal and professional success that empowers them without tearing others down.

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