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The Blueprint Of Your Soul

Author : Joseph Ghabi
ISBN : 9780973823158
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Numerology is an easy-to-use system that shows your life from a different perspective, analyzes your experiences, and helps you to do something about it. Are you ready for the next generation of self help, personal growth and soul growth? The author's Blueprint Numerology is a way of looking at your life and experiences to align your-self with your soul and live the destiny you are meant to live. Your soul drew you a blueprint the moment you were born, and its guidelines are mapped for you to walk through your life. Your blueprint is your guided instruction manual you brought with you into the world. Did your parents read your instruction manual when you were born? Most probably not! But you now have it in your hands, so learn about your strengths and weaknesses, your gifts and karma, and your personal blueprint destiny. You owe it to yourself, so stop blaming everybody else and take responsibility. It's all in your name and numbers.

The Blueprint

Author : Gary L. McDowell
ISBN : 1589983335
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The Blueprint

Author : Julian Young
ISBN : 9781466941977
Genre : Religion
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In the first book of His Blueprint Series, Apostle Julian presents a practical approach to experiencing the kingdom lifestyle in a tangible expression. Within us all is the roadmap to success, victorious living, and the spiritual DNA of leaders, kings, and influencers. Power for Living offers results oriented teaching, life-enriching concepts, and supernatural keys for unleashing that kingdom influence in every arena of life. Prepare to experience life above and beyond its every limitation as you discover the following: • To understand God's kingdom • To experience real kingdom manifestation • To create a kingdom paradigm • To tap into heavenly influence • To eradicate frustrations of inconsistent living • To reshape your life and attract the things you want • To activate the kingdom's supernatural laws • To tap into God's blueprint within to create the life you desire • To win in times of adversity • To enlarge your vision and finish strong • To live a life with no limits

The Blueprint

Author : Jaeson Ma
ISBN : 9781441268440
Genre : Religion
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God is calling forth a generation that is passionate for His presence. What does that look like, and how can it be accomplished? Jaeson Ma offers a powerful vision of what God is radically doing in this generation. Students are already being set on fire for God, planting missional communities, praying fervently, and stepping out in faith to see God move in power to reach the lost. It is time to see this manifested on every campus, in every city, and in every nation. Through his own personal stories, student testimonies, and practical biblical teaching, Ma envisions and practically equips student and staff leaders to change themselves and their campuses for Christ. Readers of The Blueprint will receive a clear vision for revival and reformation of society, a specific spiritual DNA (passion for prayer, power evangelism, and planting simple churches), and practical tools to see the vision for reformation become a reality. That's the plan. Now to see the revolution unfold!

The Blueprint

Author : Christopher Price
ISBN : 9781466856424
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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For years, the New England Patriots were a certifiable joke of a franchise. They were run on the cheap and were once the very example of how not to manage a team. They hired inept coaches---one of whom (Clive Rush) was nearly electrocuted when he grabbed a microphone at his introductory press conference. In 1968 their scouting director, Ed McKeever, suggested they draft a wide receiver . . . before someone in the organization realized the player had been dead for six months. They plucked ex-players out of the stands minutes before kickoff---Bob Gladieux was enjoying a beer at the game when he heard his name called over the P.A. (The Patriots had cut a player earlier that morning and found themselves short. Gladieux, who would go on to spend four years in the league as a running back, made the tackle on the opening kickoff.) And they played in a run-down stadium that was one of the worst venues in professional sports. There were brief moments of success, but on each occasion, front-office infighting would invariably cause the franchise to slide back down to the basement again. But in the first four months of 2000, everything changed. The hiring of head coach Bill Belichick and Vice President of Player Personnel Scott Pioli and the drafting of quarterback Tom Brady turned the fortunes of the franchise around. And their nontraditional approach to acquiring personnel---remembering that it's not about collecting talent, it's about assembling a team---quickly led to three Super Bowl titles in four seasons. It's a feat that, in the salary cap era, with free agency, planned parity and balanced scheduling, is in many ways even more impressive than anything achieved by the past dynasties of Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Dallas, and San Francisco. Along the way, Christopher Price has had a front-row seat for football history, chronicling the rise to power of the NFL's unlikeliest superpower. Price takes the reader inside the franchise to give him a dynamic portrait of a mighty organization at the height of its power. Readers are immersed in the locker room during the strange and tumultuous days of 2001 and 2003, when major personnel moves involving a pair of the most popular players in franchise history---Drew Bledsoe and Lawyer Milloy---threatened to rock their championship foundation to the core. Readers get an up-close look at the team that dominated the league on the way to a record-setting winning streak in 2004. And Price analyzes what went wrong when they fell short in 2005 and 2006, and how they plan to return to Super Bowl form in 2007. The Blueprint will explore how the Patriots went from the dregs to a dynasty, becoming the gold standard for professional sports franchises everywhere. It will prompt sports fans (and those who study organizations) to acknowledge what many football insiders have believed for a long time: when it comes to building a successful system, the Patriots have the Blueprint. Praise for Christopher Price's Baseball by the Beach: A History of America's National Pastime on Cape Cod "[Price] provides anecdotes bound to amuse some, astound others, and inform all." ---Cape Cod Times "[Price] captures the true essence of the game and its people." ---Front Row, New England Sports Network "An excellent job . . . a solid, definitive story of the Cape Cod Baseball League." ---The Cape Codder

The Blueprint

Author : Daniel Rirdan
ISBN : 9781470135881
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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We are faced with an impending calamity that threatens to bankrupt the planetary ecosystem and with it much of the manmade world. In this book, Rirdan submits a plan that truly goes the distance: a highly detailed, planetary-wide blueprint that lays out a new course for our technological and industrial engines. It calls for sweeping adjustments in the way every person thinks and lives.Rirdan takes existing key stressors—from climate change to land degradation to fossil fuel shortages—that are afflicting the planet, and offers solutions that put its survival at the center. The plan is grounded in over five hundred peer-reviewed articles, communication with scores of other top experts, advanced computations, and simulations. Rirdan offers immediately employable designs that lay down new paths for our economy, technology, industry, and politics. The plan includes renewables that in tandem can provide 24/7 power for the entire electrical grid; a radically altered economy, based on regenerative management of existing resources; and the use of rotational, intensive grazing of livestock as part of the effort to rewild nature. Furthermore, the book illustrates why a carbon neutral economy is inadequate at this late stage and introduces a practical plan to capture hundreds of billions of tons of carbon from the air over the span of a few decades.The author writes clearly and comprehensively, carefully exploring the logistics and infrastructure changes required in moving forward.The Blueprint is a call to arms, an argument for remaking the world and reclaiming the future for our children.

The Blueprint

Author : Kirk Franklin
ISBN : 9781101429532
Genre : Religion
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Seven-time Grammy award winning artist offers an inspiring blend of God and grit for building a fulfilling life "The Blueprint is a transparent approach to talking about issues-from marriage to politics to sex and religion-and it's from my perspective. Not from a Princeton, mainline, protestant, evangelical or liberal viewpoint, but from a 2010 Christian moderate with swag." --Kirk Franklin Gospel artist Kirk Franklin's faith wasn't always as strong as it is today. His father abandoned his family; his mother constantly told Kirk that he was an unwanted child and left him to be adopted when he was four; his sister became a crack addict; he never saw a black man who was faithful in marriage. Despite his shaky foundation he found strength and success through his music and through God. In The Blueprint, Franklin will explain how by communicating with life's architect, God, he learned to see hardships as necessary life propellants and moved on to become the bestselling gospel musician in recent history, as well as a devoted husband and loving father. This is not a step program, it's a lifelong journey. With Franklin's guidance, you will: -pursue your dreams without losing yourself in the chase -do some lifescaping to eliminate the "weeds" that hold you back -declare your life to be drama-free -get past your fears, so you can live and love fully -pass the baton to future generations by leading by example It's time to take faith out of the church pews and into our everyday lives. With hope, devotion, and strength, The Blueprint offers a plan to help you move beyond hardships to create your own personal Blueprint for life. Watch a Video

Beyond The Blueprint

Author : National Research Council and Institute of Medicine
ISBN : 9780309054850
Genre : Social Science
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On its 30th anniversary, public acceptance of Head Start is high, yet understanding of its goals is low, and evaluation research is limited in quality and scope. In this book, a roundtable of representatives from government, universities, medicine, and family support agencies identifies a set of research possibilities to generate a broader understanding of the effects of Head Start on families and children. Among the important issues discussed are the ethnic and linguistic diversity of Head Start families, the social conditions of the community context, and the implications of the changing economic landscape for both families and Head Start itself.

The Blueprint

Author : Steve Sullivan
ISBN : 9781412010481
Genre : Fiction
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Celebrated journalist Erin Caselli's uncompromising assault against injustice had made her a star. When the assignment came to interview American hero, Steven Shaw, Caselli relished the opportunity to separate the myth from the man. Little did she know she was about to take a roller-coaster ride through the bright lights and dark recesses of a planet in turmoil. The drama sweeps across continents to take you into the world of the Russian mafia, drug cartels and corporate halls of power and politics. The characters you will come to love or loathe are as original as the story that delivers them with Technicolor ferocity. The issues Steve Sullivan presents with a master-storyteller's artistry will have you thinking late into the night.

The Blueprint

Author : Roslind Blasingame-Buford Ed.D.
ISBN : 9781463407179
Genre : Business & Economics
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Tired of dry, theory-only reading you can’t connect to Real Life? If so, you’ve picked up the right book! Dr. Roz’s years of research and experience have equipped her to share with you a “blueprint” that will guide you in leading the process of constructing or redeveloping, a Culture of Excellence within your organization. Information and experiences shared, while based at a non-profit organization, are relevant for any industry. This book is written in an exciting, engaging manner, using acronyms, alliterations, metaphors, real life and workplace examples as well as hands-on activities that will catch your attention, stick in your mind, and ensure that you capture pertinent, usable information. Dr. Roz shares some power tools needed for positive organizational transformation, including Collaborative Leadership, Learning Organization Theory and -- her personal favorite -- Appreciative Inquiry. These change-management tools have been studied and written about, but not so much in the nonprofit/social context where they can have life-changing impact on organizations and on the people they serve and empower. Through defining these tools and demonstrating their impact, this book will prepare you and your organization to attain, maintain and sustain “A Culture of Excellence.” So, open this book and open yourself to an excellent journey ahead. Now let’s build!

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