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The Walk At Work

Author : Andria Hall
ISBN : 1578566444
Genre : Religion
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God Is at Work Whether you work with your hands or your head, God wants your heart to be at work for Him. However, with all the confrontation, conflict, and frustration in the workplace, too often we leave God out of the equation. Amid the all-out pursuit of our hopes and dreams, we find ourselves wondering, How can my faith sustain me through challenges of work? How can I daily honor God on the job? The Walk at Work is a guidebook that combines daily inspirational readings with a seven-step plan for personal spiritual growth to answer those questions about faith at work. Whether you face difficult relationships, job anxiety, or office politics, Andria Hall will show you how to experience success by aligning your priorities with God’s. Through the down-to-earth, practical wisdom in these pages you will: · receive daily wisdom from God · discover the benefits of praying for others · learn how to carry out your God-given tasks in the workplace with integrity · unearth a new commitment to honor God in all that you do, say, and think · settle your mind and nurture your spirit through timely daily readings Excellent as a daily devotional or group study, The Walk at Work also includes a topical index of common work-related challenges, questions for further reflection, and recommendations for additional reading.

101 Ways To Have A Great Day At Work

Author : Stephanie Goddard Davidson
ISBN : 9781402252273
Genre : Business & Economics
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Turn every workday into a source of satisfaction with this treasure trove of 101 ways to improve productivity, minimize stress and find happiness on the job. For example: #34 Smile Do you smile at work? If not, you may be confusing your serious look with professionalism. The reality is that not smiling just makes you look unhappy. #41 Take Ten The next time you can't get started on a task or project, tell yourself you will only work on it for ten minutes. Chances are you'll stick with it once you've started, but even if you move on after ten minutes, you will have accomplished that much more. "This book offers a collection of simple yet powerful ideas to turn every workday into a great workday."--Jeff Anderson, VP Product Management, FranklinCovey

The Walk On

Author : David Bagga
ISBN : 1449041795
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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THE WALK-ON is a story about a young man and how he experiences the game of college basketball through his eyes, telling people what it is like going through the rigorous routine of being a division 1 athlete for one of the best basketball programs arguably in the country and finding out what the journey is all about. He experiences many highs and lows throughout the way but shows that inspiration, determination, a good work ethic and a team first attitude is what it takes to make the experience a great one. Playing for 3 coaches in 4 years David shows what it is like adapting to different methodologies and coming together with a group of guys from all around the country to make up a team. David Bagga was a Student-Athlete at the University of Arizona from 2005-2009 and had the privilege of playing for legendary Hall of Fame basketball Coach Lute Olson. He was also teammates with current NBA players Chase Budinger, Jerryd Bayless, Jordan Hill, Marcus Williams, and Hassan Adams. He graduated from the University of Arizona in June of 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and currently resides in Orange County, California. David is a very team oriented player, all he wants to do is help us win basketball games. Hall of fame coach Lute Olson

Contemplative Prayer At Work In Our Lives

Author : Geoff Colvin
ISBN : 9781666702682
Genre : Religion
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While many practicing Christians are relatively satisfied with their prayer life, others are not. The latter often find their prayer practice has dried up. Their traditional forms of prayer at churches have become routine and empty. In a very real sense, there is a void in their spiritual lives. They want a deeper union with God yet experience an unsettling estrangement with their current pathway in prayer. In Contemplative Prayer at Work in Our Lives, Geoff Colvin draws on his own experiences, studies of spiritual literature, and participation in retreats and meditation groups, to unravel the challenging practice of contemplative prayer, a unique form of meditation involving very few words in silence and stillness. Contemplative prayer centers on the fundamental belief that God dwells not only in the world at large but also at the center of our being. This book offers Christians an approach for understanding contemplative prayer followed by hands-on detail for developing and sustaining a practice that hopefully leads to a richer and fuller spiritual journey to union with God.

Walking The Walk By Faith

Author : Mike Ratliff
ISBN : 9781413785340
Genre : Fiction
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In post-modern America, aThe Christian Religiona is seen as backward, stale, and not politically correct. Many churches have attempted to adapt by blending into the liberal landscape. They compromise their message, which results in a diluted Gospel or aEasy-Believism.a It burdens no one with conformity to outdated notions such as discipleship, morality, and self-denial. The adherents to this Cheap Grace blend into society very well and do not appear to be any different than their secular neighbors. Christ does not call people to be areligiousa pew-sitters. He came to seek and save the lost. Those who respond to His call are His disciples. Walking the Walk by Faith presents Christas Gospel and the steps to becoming a true disciple of Christ, who walks in the spirit. The true disciple of Christ does not conform to society, but will stand out with a character that is just like His.

The Walk To The Stage Of Honor

Author : Eby Aka
ISBN : 9781728373560
Genre : Fiction
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The Walk to the Stage of Honor is a moral story, and a guide to life for youth. It delivers a unique educational message with no cultural boundary. The words empower and direct young people as they struggle to find their way into the real world, soothe their feelings in the face of challenge, and teach them the importance of hard work, success, and service. The message also meets our valued young people at the crossroads where their hearts are pulling them in many directions searching for appropriate role models. They are tempted with many things, and most of them are troubled. They are entangled in a fast-paced world where most of them are left to raise themselves. The sacred traditional values of society have been lost to very unkind, selfish, and careless behaviors. This book will empower your teenage sons and daughters with a unique moral education and empowerment that will keep them walking the fine line through the daily challenges. In this great message Eby built a real “fire wall” for the young people and did it in a story that takes them on a journey through many beautiful patterns of West African Culture. And for parents, this book will build a new cultural bridge for your family. The message in this book is the best from his heart to guide young people throughout life. It is a moral compass, and in his own words what he calls “the trouble repellent” for young people.

Elizabeth Bishop At Work

Author : Eleanor Cook
ISBN : 9780674973145
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Critics and biographers praise Elizabeth Bishop’s poetry but have little to say about how it does its sublime work—in the ear and in the mind’s eye. Eleanor Cook examines in detail Bishop’s diction, syntax, rhythm, and meter, her acute sense of place, and her attention to the natural world. Writers, readers, and teachers will all benefit.

Walk With Your Wolf

Author : Jonathan Hoban
ISBN : 9781473693234
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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'Drawing on perceptive insight and profound wisdom, Jonathan Hoban reveals how the simple act of walking can displace our minds from a place of chaos to tranquil calm, and makes a beautiful and inspiring case for walking with your wolf.' - Dr Mithu Storoni, author of Stress-Proof Nature is our greatest healer. It's time to start walking and reclaim the wildness in all of us. When did you last take a walk? Not a stroll to the shops, or to the pub, but a walk that got you energised, stimulated your senses, allowing you to de-stress? If the answer is that you'd love to walk, but don't have the time, there really are more reasons to get outside than you might think. When we walk we find the space to process our feelings and we begin to have the courage to be vulnerable and honest with ourselves. Walking awakens the intuition that helps us face up to our difficulties and walk alongside them, enabling us to find positive solutions to our problems. Our ancestors knew all about movement - they walked across the planet, understanding nature and learning to respect and work in harmony with it. Written by a London-based therapist, Walk with your Wolf is part memoir, part self-help and part reflection on the connection we must re-establish with our natural, intuitive selves if we are to live healthy, fulfilling lives. Offering practical advice and exercises on how to walk and think as a method of confronting difficult emotions, this book will allow you to reconnect with your intuition, confidence and power. 'An important message about the power of reconnecting with the primal self to achieve balance in the modern world. A fascinating read' - Megan Hine 'Deftly blending science, his own narrative and his experience as a therapist, he is at our side as we find a way of engaging with and being healed by nature. Like the wolf in the book's title, we can reconnect with our own elemental lupine instincts which are so often repressed in our stressful and artificial world - both a wolf's wildness as well as its sociability and need to be part of a pack. Follow in Hoban's easy to apply footsteps and you will never walk alone again. - Rachel Kelly, bestselling author of Walking on Sunshine and The Happy Kitchen 'Jonathan Hoban challenges us to use nature as a setting for reconsidering our lives and our stresses. He asks us to 'walk alongside our difficulties' giving ourselves the physical and mental space to look at ourselves anew and to decide what we really need. For that commute to work, or indeed for that break on the park bench, I commend this book.' - Sir Ciarán Devane, CEO of the British Council

Media Ethics At Work

Author : Lee Anne Peck
ISBN : 9781506315300
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A fresh approach to building integrity in all media Media Ethics at Work: True Stories from Young Professionals transforms students into confident, self-reliant, and ethical decision makers, prepared to resolve moral dilemmas from day one of their first media job or internship. The highly anticipated Second Edition of this text continues to engage students with true stories of young professionals working in today’s multimedia news and strategic communications organizations, helping readers create meaningful connections to real-world applications. Each story is presented as a narrative, so students can work through the ethical dilemmas as they unfold, encouraging readers to think about and ask the question: "What would I do if this happened to me?" By creating a more personalized experience for students beginning their first entry-level media jobs or internship, this book helps readers develop their own ethical standards and apply in the workplace what they have learned.

Avatars At Work And Play

Author : Ralph Schroeder
ISBN : 9781402038983
Genre : Computers
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Avatars at Work and Play brings together contributions from leading social scientists and computer scientists who have conducted research on virtual environments used for collaboration and online gaming. They present a well-rounded and state-of-the-art overview of current applications of multi-user virtual environments, ranging from highly immersive virtual reality systems to internet-based virtual environments on personal computers. The volume is a follow-up to a previous essay collection, ‘The Social Life of Avatars’, which explored general issues in this field. This collection goes further, examining uses of shared virtual environments in practical settings such as scientific collaboration, distributed meetings, building models together, and others. It also covers online gaming in virtual environments, which has attracted hundreds of thousands of users and presents an opportunity for studying a myriad of social issues. Covering both ‘work’ and ‘play’, the volume brings together issues common to the two areas, including: What kind of avatar appearance is suitable for different kinds of interaction? How best to foster collaboration and promote usable shared virtual spaces? What kinds of activities work well in different types of virtual environments and systems?

Building Great Working Relationships At Work And At Home

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ISBN : 1931863997
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The Velvet Revolution At Work

Author : John Smythe
ISBN : 9781351880633
Genre : Business & Economics
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What drives or delivers engaged people? Employers need to focus on creating the right conditions. Employers can't impose engagement: people need to choose to engage themselves. In The Velvet Revolution at Work, the follow-up to his best-selling The CEO: Chief Engagement Officer, John Smythe explains that the essential ingredient of the right conditions is a culture of distributed leadership which enables people at work to liberate their creativity to deliver surprisingly good results for their institution and themselves. Using models, examples and anecdotes from his client research he goes on to demonstrate exactly how to design an engagement process; one that is integrated with your business strategy and that is sustainable.

Walk To Win

Author : Fred A. Stutman
ISBN : 0934232083
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Dr. Walk's" new bestseller! Learn how to walk for health and fitness with this new guide to shopping mall walking. Walking is the key to feeling better without strenuous exercise.

Walk Into Your Season

Author : Peyton McCoy, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781475983081
Genre : Social Science
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The significance of “Walk into Your Season” is that it ponders whether a cultural worker can renew the role of free spaces of empowerment to address power differentials utilizing key contributors such as the traditions and language of a culture; the cultural worker’s potential to facilitate action and transformation; and the intentional effort to make the hidden transcript of resistance public. By illustrating how free spaces are effective in discursive communities affected by the aftermath of historical dominance and still vulnerable to the ploys of power, “Walk into Your Season” illustrates cultural work in two different settings, one with a history of free spaces (Thirty First Street Baptist Church) and one without a history of free spaces (older youth transitioning from foster care in the Richmond Department of Social Services). By uniting a group’s words, narrative(s), images, visual art, music, film, and other cultural legacies of voice in an effort to inform and inspire individual and collective transformation, cultural work creates a repertoire that exposes empowering features of the group’s free spaces. Tacit knowing, reflective practice, and creativity, that is, the artistic, tacit, intuitive processes that practitioners bring to situations of problem solving are explored. Cultural work as repertoire building and creating free space is central to democratic progress and important due to its work in (1) identifying, engaging, and illuminating, the empowering features of free space (2) discerning the gaps between reality and the democratic ideal, (3) facilitating a creative space in which recognized gaps can be explored, (4) building a repertoire that empowers individually and collectively through renewal and initiation, (5) making hidden transcripts public when appropriate, and (6) celebrating the emergent creative repertoire in the community. A set of principles for effective cultural work is revealed.

The Secrets To Happiness At Work

Author : Tracy Brower
ISBN : 9781728230900
Genre : Business & Economics
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For working adults, business leaders, and HR professionals who want to lead a more fulfilling life, THE SECRETS TO HAPPINESS AT WORK shows how we can thrive at work by making empowered, wise choices about the kind of work we do, the people we work with, and the ways we manage our work-life boundaries. Expert Tracy Bower sets a foundation by making the case for joyful work and life, pointing to research on personal, family, and child health. From stress and sleep to marriage and child development, joyful work is a critical part of a healthy life. The book goes on to provide key touchpoints on fundamental human needs and compelling neuroscience that drive our understanding of experiences at work. In addition, the book debunks myths of work and life in order to provide the reader with new ways of thinking about work and life. THE SECRETS TO HAPPINESS AT WORK lays down fundamentals through descriptions of how to create purpose and meaning, and how to find the right match with a company's culture. Tracy emphasizes the power of relationships at work—and the importance of colleagues and coworkers—and how to foster the very best of trust, empathy, and work with others. THE SECRETS TO HAPPINESS AT WORK explains the growth mindset and how to say yes more often, learn from failure, embrace stress, and stretch to achieve fulfillment.

Food At Work

Author : Christopher Wanjek
ISBN : 9221170152
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume establishes a clear link between good nutrition and high productivity. It demonstrates that ensuring that workers have access to nutritious, safe and affordable food, an adequate meal break and decent conditions for eating is not only socially important and economically viable but a profitable business practice too. Through case studies from a variety of enterprises in 28 industrialized and developing countries, the book offers valuable and practical food solutions which can be adapted to workplaces of different sizes and with different budgets. It also addresses an often-overlooked issue in nutrition: access to clean drinking water. Relevant laws, regulations and guides pertaining to meal breaks and workplace nutrition are also highlighted in this volume, and an extensive section containing checklists and other useful resources for unions, employers and governments is included.

Indians At Work

Author : United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs
ISBN : UOM:39015034628225
Genre : Indians of North America
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Men At Work

Author : James E. Dittes
ISBN : 0664254810
Genre : Religion
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This book defines the proper place of work in men's lives and shows how to recognize unhealthy dependencies to work. Dittes provides profound spiritual support for men as they reevaluate and reclaim the rest of life's possibilites.

Building A Professional Learning Community At Work? ?

Author : Parry Graham
ISBN : 9781936765003
Genre : Education
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Get a play-by-play guide to implementing PLC concepts. Each chapter begins with a story focused on a particular challenge. A follow-up analysis of the story identifies the good decisions or common mistakes made in relation to that particular scenario. The authors examine the research behind best practice and wrap up each chapter with recommendations and tools you can use in your school.

The Austrian Officer At Work And At Play

Author : Dorothea Gerard
ISBN : 9781108022217
Genre : History
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A detailed social study of the development of the officer class within the Austrian Imperial army, first published in 1913.

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