Debbie and Anna also reveal their own journeys to success--the gritty reality, the lessons learned and how they really got to the top. This is an inspirational, practical, and accessible guide to becoming the boss you want to be.
Author: Debbie Wosskow
Publisher: Virgin Books
Want to be your own boss? Or want to be THE boss? Start here. Believe Build Become is a hands-on manual designed to help any woman develop the skills and mindset she needs to become a successful leader. Based on the AllBright Academy courses created by entrepreneur Debbie Wosskow (OBE, Founder of Love Home Swap) and leading businesswoman Anna Jones (former CEO of Hearst), Believe Build Become offers a chapter-by-chapter system for readers to work through, focusing on the skills and confidence required to master the mindset of leadership. Debbie and Anna also reveal their own journeys to success--the gritty reality, the lessons learned and how they really got to the top. This is an inspirational, practical, and accessible guide to becoming the boss you want to be.
Believe, Build, Become astutely identifies that this female solidarity is
fundamental to success and equality. This is an important book with a crucial
message.' Nancy Josephson, Partner, WME 'It is so important to instil these
values in women.
Author: Debbie Wosskow
Publisher: Random House
Category: Business & Economics
Want to be your own boss? Or want to be THE boss? Start here. Believe. Build. Become. is a hands-on manual designed to help any woman develop the skills and mindset she needs to become a successful leader. Based on the AllBright Academy courses created by entrepreneur Debbie Wosskow (OBE, Founder of Love Home Swap) and leading businesswoman Anna Jones (former CEO of Hearst), Believe. Build. Become. offers a chapter-by-chapter system for readers to work through, focusing on the skills and confidence required to master the mindset of leadership. Debbie and Anna also reveal their own journeys to success - the gritty reality, the lessons learned and how they really got to the top. This is an inspirational, practical and accessible guide to becoming the boss you want to be.
Author: Girl Scouts of the United States of AmericaPublish On: 1995
Councils were alerted that girls might suddenly be relocated back to the States
and were urged to help place them in troops and groups to help ease the ... Become , Belong , Believe , Build E or Girl Scouts , it's not a question of just
whether or ...
Author: Girl Scouts of the United States of America
I was on my way to becoming . . . well, a Pharisee. Laying ... It's the same with
Jesus, with God-— we're supposed to be building a relationship. “We say, 'Care
for the homeless and the widow and the orphan,' and I believe that. But it's not
Author: Jon Spayde
Publisher: Random House
After seeing Christianity become increasingly defined in the media as a narrow and punitive political movement, Spayde began to wonder: Are religions now just combatants in the culture wars? Should he leave the organized church? How are ordinary people using faith positively to search for the truth and improve their lives? Spayde takes a journey across America that introduces him to an array of believers, eminent and obscure, who relate their personal stories of active and living faith–how they balance Jesus’s love and judgment, the church’s dictates, and their own free will–to live and love completely while on Earth. Here are veteran religious leaders such as John Shelby Spong, a retired Episcopal bishop who advocates a radical reform of Christian teaching that would eliminate talk of miracles and stress social justice, and Kosuke Koyana, an important Protestant voice in Asia whose firsthand knowledge of World War II horrors made him see Christ’s teachings as neither liberal nor conservative but simply “care for the widow and the orphan.” Spayde meets those committed to unorthodox beliefs, such as Joyce Rupp, a Catholic sister dedicated to the concept of the feminine as divine, as well as those who have for the sake of their faith drastically altered their lives, including Cynthia Williams who left a high-powered job in finance to work for a struggling inner-city church in Minneapolis, and Thien-an Dang, a Vietnamese refugee who became a top Radio Shack executive only to quit and work for a Texas ministry deeply connected to Vietnam. We’re also introduced to Mary Forsythe, a self-described “train wreck for Jesus,” who found the roots of her work as an evangelical preacher while serving time in prison, and hospice chaplain Anna Bradshaw, who was transformed by the “aliveness” of people near death and personally touched Spayde’s life while tending to his dying mother. Spayde’s odyssey brought him to a new understanding of why action is more important than the intellect in faith, how true solace is found in forging a personal relationship with God, and why worrying about one’s own “worthiness” is always beside the point. This is a crucial book that reveals the different paths that can lead to the same inspiring place, a book that teaches “how to believe” in ways that honor individuality, allow for personal journeys, and spiritually enrich not just our own lives but the lives of those around us. Advance praise for How to Believe “Jon Spayde has assembled a wonderfully vivid portrait gallery of Christian faith in our times. It’s a wild ride, this mystery tour across the deep divides of contemporary religion into the lives of believers and seekers. These are not ‘arguments’ against atheism or in favor of belief, but compelling voices of struggle and astonishment gathered by a writer of integrity on his own ardent search.” –Patricia Hampl, author of The Florist’s Daughter “Jon Spayde is a convivial and wise spiritual scout, who guides us in the direction of a robust Christianity that is deeply grounded in love. Along the way we meet remarkable figures from diverse religious traditions who inspire with their intelligence, insight and faith. This is the perfect book for all of us who yearn for a greater connection with the divine but still feel a little nervous walking through the church doors.” –Jay Walljasper, senior editor, Ode magazine and former editorial director of Utne Reader
... repairing old houses there may they cannot see the necessity of carefully be
contingencies that cannot be foreseen , Necessity of Uniform Prices in the
following the instructions to that end if and the builder may justly believe that he Building ...
... an and butter motors . improving image and good Private buyers believe build
quality , so early V6s to be less reliable , more depreciation of the V6 cars
expensive to maintain and should be as low as insure and certainly less anything
in the ...
A lot of old plants that the owners wouldn't be very proud of in these days ,
earned the money to build the new ones . We did this building during the
depression , and naturally we believed then and still believe it was a good move .
This is ...
In all , eight hundred and building should be erected on it . ... one may believe
roundings might have been made to harmonize with the structure , he was an
honest , earnest man filled with the inspiration that comes as they do in many an
In Zero to One, legendary entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel shows how we can find singular ways to create those new things.
Author: Peter Thiel
Category: Business & Economics
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER If you want to build a better future, you must believe in secrets. The great secret of our time is that there are still uncharted frontiers to explore and new inventions to create. In Zero to One, legendary entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel shows how we can find singular ways to create those new things. Thiel begins with the contrarian premise that we live in an age of technological stagnation, even if we’re too distracted by shiny mobile devices to notice. Information technology has improved rapidly, but there is no reason why progress should be limited to computers or Silicon Valley. Progress can be achieved in any industry or area of business. It comes from the most important skill that every leader must master: learning to think for yourself. Doing what someone else already knows how to do takes the world from 1 to n, adding more of something familiar. But when you do something new, you go from 0 to 1. The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system. The next Larry Page or Sergey Brin won’t make a search engine. Tomorrow’s champions will not win by competing ruthlessly in today’s marketplace. They will escape competition altogether, because their businesses will be unique. Zero to One presents at once an optimistic view of the future of progress in America and a new way of thinking about innovation: it starts by learning to ask the questions that lead you to find value in unexpected places.
Should the heart . wood be found to equal the sap - wood , of which there can be
no reasonable doubt , the Dhao may become a very fair substitute for Sal , and it
is ... The Railway Department , I believe , build most of their carriages of teak .
I became intrigued as to how these women became who they are and how they
decided to build in the first place . I wondered if ... As women , we are socialized
to believe building and designing are things we cannot and should not do . We're
Author: Janice Goldfrank
Publisher: Papier Mache Press
Category: Social Science
Interviews with women who have designed and built their own homes, document their feelings towards the building process, sexism in the building industry, and work on a variety of building projects
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1890
Therefore you ought to be ready , if you can make it convenient , on Friday next .
... You have something to say , I believe , building , if it had been let at the market
value about the injury done to Derry by the refusal to at that time , would have ...
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
This is not that kind of book. A twenty-something hustler, rainmaker, and bootstrapper who has survived and thrived despite never having held the proverbial "real" job, Scott Gerber is the ultimate "Generation Y-er.
Author: Scott Gerber
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Young serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber is not the product of a wealthy family or storied entrepreneurial heritage. Nor is he the outcome of a traditional business school education or a corporate executive turned entrepreneur. Rather, he is a hard-working, self-taught 26-year-old hustler, rainmaker, and bootstrapper who has survived and thrived despite never having held the proverbial "real” job. In Never Get a "Real" Job: How to Dump Your Boss, Build a Business, and Not Go Broke, Gerber challenges the social conventions behind the "real" job and empowers young people to take control of their lives and dump their nine-to-fives—or their quest to attain them. Drawing upon case studies, experiences, and observations, Scott dissects failures, shares hard-learned lessons, and presents practical, affordable, and systematic action steps to building, managing, and marketing a successful business on a shoestring budget. The proven, no-b.s. methodology presented in Never Get a "Real" Job teaches unemployed and underemployed Gen-Yers, aspiring small business owners, students, and recent college graduates how to quit 9-to-5s, become their own bosses, and achieve financial independence.
Author: Southern Wisconsin Colony and Training SchoolPublish On: 1918
In my opinion , this branch of education is a very important one and should become a part of an educational system . The advantages ... I believe the building of a Superintendent's Residence should be one of the early projects .
Author: Southern Wisconsin Colony and Training School
Proceedings of a Meeting of Africa Networks and Associations that Build
Agricultural Capacity at Universities, ICRAF ... We believe that agriculture and
related industries must be the engine of Africa ' s development ; but we are
concerned that ...
part of his mystical building , become devoted to the rational service of the great
Father of Spirits ; a sentiment ... To you , then , who believe , there is , according
to this ancient oracle , “ honor ” ( for this is the literal meaning of the words ...
Author: National Pecan AssociationPublish On: 1913
I believe we have used soil that should never have been used , and methods that
should not be used . ... I think something should be growing on the land all the
time , and this taking place winter and summer will build up our soil rather than ...
that a out everywhere ; and in the least - used apartment , made of paper ; but
nobody , I believe , builds of where wooing ... The paper houses , if they any
decent young man , thinking of a proposal , would could be acclimated with us ,