141 Good Habits For Young People
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|Author||: Ricardo Miller Sr.|
|Publsiher||: Xlibris Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 64|
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You were born to lead and designed to win in life, but in order to win you must decide to win. Life is grafted with principles and laws that govern the world. If you follow those principles, you can win. What you see and hear becomes what you continue to ponder and process all day. These become your dominant thoughts, the focus of your creative capacity and thus continuing reality. Unfortunately, your friends and family are tuned into the same channels, so your conversations propagate and reinforce these attitudes. This book was written for those who want to be achievers.; to do more, grow, learn, be better and live richer and fuller lives. These principles have changed my life and the life of hundreds of children I have ministered to over the years.
Plain Home Talk about the Human System the Habits of Men and Women embracing Medical Common Sense Applied to Causes Prevention and Cure of Chronic Diseases
|Author||: Edward Bliss Foote|
|Total Pages||: 926|
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|Author||: Ricardo Miller, Sr.|
|Publsiher||: Xlibris Corporation|
|Total Pages||: 148|
Download The Traveling Minister s Handbook Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The need for successful traveling ministers is greater now than ever before. As an individual accepts his or her calling to minister the gospel, there are some important principles and practices one must adhere to in order to ensure they maximize their efforts in fulfilling the Great Commission. There have been hundreds, if not thousands of men and women who have been called to ministry and falter along the way as a result of not knowing how to structure their ministry and develop it into an organization that is built to last. With over sixteen years developing my own itinerant ministry, this book is a collection of experiences and thoughts beneficial for anyone interested in developing a thriving itinerant ministry. It includes forms, contacts of organizations, associations and companies useful for the travelling minister. In this book you will learn about: 1. Financing your itinerant ministry 2. Marketing your ministry for growth 3. The Place of Prayer in a Minister’s Life 4. Habits of a Successful Travelling Minister 5. Common Problems Some Traveling Ministers Face And much, much more... This book was written for those who want to be achievers, to do more, to grow, learn to be better and live richer and fuller lives as they maximize their potential in the calling of God upon their lives.
|Author||: Michal Clements,Teri Lucie Thompson|
|Publsiher||: Purdue University Press|
|Total Pages||: 200|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Tuning into Mom Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
American mothers are household CFOs, in charge of an estimated $2.45 trillion in direct spending. They are also an important influence on other family members' buying habits. Many organizations have identified moms as an important customer group, but the broad, age-based definitions these companies work with mask an array of different consumer behaviors. Written by two leading marketers, this book provides a new approach to understanding the "American Mom" market, examining the effect of age of the eldest child on women's values and attitudes to food, exercise, education, health, technology, and fashion. The authors examine the mom's influence on (or control of) the purchasing habits of children of all ages;from infants and toddlers to young adults. In doing so, it brings focus to the frequently-overlooked purchase influence of moms on teenagers.The authors combine large scale quantitative research of more than 4,700 mothers with qualitative case studies from individual participants. The authors also draw on decades of real-world experience to combine their research with implementable examples of best practice. Highly recommended for practitioners in retailing and product development, this book will also be a valuable supplemental text for college courses in consumer behavior and marketing strategy.
|Author||: Edward Bliss FOOTE|
|Total Pages||: 912|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
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