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Choices Made

Author : Christine McMahon
ISBN : 9781412051965
Genre : Fiction
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Introducing, Jamy MacGregor: Drug Enforcement Agent's son, talented artist, best friend, poor boy; a.k.a. Lord Chance: heroin addict, gang leader, teen father, BNDD Narc, rich boy; which future is his?

You Are The Choices You Make

Author : Brian Abbey
ISBN : 9781682135457
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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How did I get here? Who is to blame? How do I change the outcome? Through understanding why, we can learn how to make better choices for our future. We Are the Choices We Make is the insight we need to make our clouded judgement clear.

Street Children And The Asphalt Life Delinquent Street Children

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ISBN : 8182053072
Genre : Juvenile delinquency
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Street Blues

Author : John L. Taylor Jr.
ISBN : 9781477121405
Genre : Poetry
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THE GOOD NEWS OF DELIVERANCE The Lord has filled me with his spirit. He has chosen me and sent me to bring good news to the poor to heal the broken hearted, to announce release the captives and freedom to those in prison. He has sent me to proclaim that the time has come when the Lord will save his people and defeat their enemies. He has sent me to comfort all who mourns. My book is biblical encouraging, educational,inspiring, and beneficial to all. This book is for the readers encouragement and inspiration of my experience, strength and hope. Based on a true story, I talk about real life issues to embrace the readers heart and soul. Trusting only in God for my understanding. This book will tell you what I went through, how it was, how I overcame and how it is now. This book will change your whole outlook on dealing with life on its terms. Letting go and letting God is the key to a better life and you shall find it to be true. It helps you to find yourself dealing with your defects of character that you thought you never had and those you would like to get rid of. Your faith can carry you a long way because all things are possible through God our higher power. This book is written in a poetic and vertical form explaining my emotions, feelings, and deep thoughts on both ways of sharing in my experience, strength and hope.

Choices Made And Promises Kept

Author : Latimore Praiseworthy
ISBN : 9781543413670
Genre : Education
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The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines choice as the following: 1. the act of choosingfinding it hard to make a choice 2. power of choosingyou have no choice 3. the best part; a person or thing chosenshe was their first choice. 4. a number and variety to choose amonga plan with a wide choice of options 5. care in selecting 6. a grade of meat between prime and good of choice 7. to be preferred This book touches on all these definitions of choice, but I consider Eleanor Roosevelts definition to be the testimony we should have when standing by the decisions we make in our lives: In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility (https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/choices.html). With that being said, enjoy the ride!

God And Man On Wall Street The Conscience Of Capitalism

Author : Mark Hendrickson
ISBN : 9781883283797
Genre : Business & Economics
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“This remarkable book will change the way you look at fixing Wall Street and redeeming capitalism.” — Scott Umstead, President, Fusion Investment Group Fed up with Wall Street? You’re not alone. It doesn’t have to be this way! Craig Columbus and Mark Hendrickson turn the subject of financial reform upside down. The authors pull no punches, taking both Wall Street and central bankers to task. They also show you a different side of the financial system, reminding us of the good Wall Street is capable of doing. This hopeful book connects the head and the heart of free markets—uncovering original solutions that cannot be reached by regulations alone. Written for the financial professional and layman alike, GOD AND MAN ON WALL STREET will both challenge and inspire you. https://plus.google.com/u/0/117681616430711223508/videos#117681616430711223508/videos

Three Way Street

Author : Joshua S. Goldstein
ISBN : 0226301583
Genre : Political Science
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How can the world's most powerful nations cooperate despite their conflicting interests? In Three-Way Street, Joshua S. Goldstein and John R. Freeman analyze the complex intersection defined by relations among the United States, the Soviet Union, and China over the past forty years. The authors demonstrate that three major schools of international relations theory—all game-theoretic, psychological, and quantitative-empirical approaches—have all advocated a strategy that employs cooperative initiatives and reciprocal responses in order to elicit cooperation from other countries. Critics have questioned whether such approaches can model how countries actually behave, but Goldstein and Freeman provide a wealth of detailed empirical evidence showing the existence and effectiveness of strategic reciprocity among the three countries between 1948 and 1989. Specifically, they establish that relations among the three countries have improved in recent decades through a "two steps forward, one step back" pattern. Their innovative and remarkably accessible synthesis of leading theoretical perspectives brilliantly illuminates the nature and workings of international cooperation.

Joy Pain

Author : D.M. Jordon
ISBN : 9781453541654
Genre : Religion
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Navigating one’s way through everyday life is akin to riding a rollercoaster: We ‘ooh’ and ‘ah’ through all the twists and turns, laughing loudly along the way. Out of nowhere there is a reality check waiting for passengers at ride’s end—the inevitable big drop! Laughs turn to screams; we hold on for dear life and hope the safety equipment is in proper working order. The coaster stops, we touch ground safely, and move on with our lives. In a nutshell, life is the ultimate roller coaster filled with loads of twists and turns, coupled with its highs and lows. We are all moved through life by emotions that, at times, dictate how we live. However, it isn’t healthy to live on emotions alone. Sometimes we have to use common sense and take a step back to get a better view of what lies ahead. When we learn to control our emotions, the better equipped we become to handle what falls our way. Joy & Pain/Life Happens is a compilation of my personal views on how to deal with life’s ups and downs. I hope you, the reader, find it enjoyable, interesting, and insightful.

Progressive Corporate Governance For The 21st Century

Author : Lorraine Talbot
ISBN : 9781136233159
Genre : Law
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Progressive Corporate Governance for the 21st Century is a wide ranging and ambitious study of why corporate governance is the shape that it is, and how it can be better. The book sets out the emergence of shareholder primacy orientated corporate governance using a study of historical developments in the United Kingdom and the United States. Talbot sees shareholder primacy as a political choice made by governments, not a ‘natural’ feature of the inevitable market. She describes the periods of progressive corporate governance which governments promoted in the middle of the 20th century using a close examination of the theories of the company which then prevailed. She critically examines the rise of neoliberal theories on the company and corporate governance and argues that they have had a negative and regressive impact on social and economic development. In examining contemporary corporate governance she shows how regulatory styles as informed and described by prevailing regulatory theories, enables neoliberal outcomes. She illustrates how United Kingdom-derived corporate governance codes have informed the corporate governance initiatives of European and global institutions. From this she argues that neoliberalism has re-entered ex command transition economies through those United Kingdom and OECD inspired corporate governance Codes over a decade after the earlier failed and destructive neoliberal prescriptions for transition had been rejected. Throughout, Talbot argues that shareholder primacy has socially regressive outcomes and firmly takes a stand against current initiatives to enhance shareholder voting in such issues as director remuneration. The book concludes with a series of proposals to recalibrate the power between those involved in company activity; shareholders, directors and employees so that the public company can begin to work for the public and not shareholders.

Rediscovering Values

Author : Jim Wallis
ISBN : 9781439183175
Genre : Religion
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When we start with the wrong question, no matter how good an answer we get, it won’t give us the results we want. Rather than joining the throngs who are asking, When will this economic crisis be over? Jim Wallis says the right question to ask is How will this crisis change us? The worst thing we can do now, Wallis tells us, is to go back to normal. Normal is what got us into this situation. We need a new normal, and this economic crisis is an invitation to discover what that means. Some of the principles Wallis unpacks for our new normal are . . . • Spending money we don’t have for things we don’t need is a bad foundation for an economy or a family. • It’s time to stop keeping up with the Joneses and start making sure the Joneses are okay. • The values of commercials and billboards are not the things we want to teach our children. • Care for the poor is not just a moral duty but is critical for the common good. • A healthy society is a balanced society in which markets, the government, and our communities all play a role. • The operating principle of God’s economy says that there is enough if we share it. • And much, much more . . . In the pages of this book, Wallis provides us with a moral compass for this new economy—one that will guide us on Wall Street, Main Street, and Your Street. Embracing a New Economy Getting back to "the way things were" is not an option. It is time we take our economic uncertainty and use it to find some moral clarity. Too often we have been ruled by the maxims that greed is good, it’s all about me, and I want it now. Those can be challenged only with some of our oldest and best values—enough is enough, we are in it together, and thinking not just for tomorrow but for future generations. Jim Wallis shows that the solution to our problems will be found only as individuals, families, friends, churches, mosques, synagogues, and entire communities wrestle with the question of values together.

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