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Last but not least, you can be the initiator. ... 80, you can make yourself more findable, or go out on your own quest to find him. ... They think Mr. Right won't recognize them—he has bad taste or he cares about the wrong things.
Author: J. M. Kearns
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Family & Relationships
How many of us never meet the person with whom we could be happy? How many of us limit our romantic choice to the people who happen to wash up on our shore? In Why Mr Right Can’t Find You, J.M. Kearns, Ph. D., shows that finding true love can be a proactive adventure. In chapters like How Men See Women, The Underrated Chance Encounter, and The Truth About Bars, J.M. Kearns lays bare the surprising vulnerabilities of the single male, and the power they confer on women. Men, he explains, are not shallow, not the enemy, and not aliens from Mars. In fact, the good man who is searching for you is your greatest ally, and Kearns shows you exactly how to take advantage of that fact. In the process he overturns the classic dating myths – that destiny chose the "one and only" man for you, that baggage is bad, that all men prefer the same body type – and solves the fascinating riddle of compatibility, with a hilarious and practical guide to the factors that make two people click, illustrated with real-life vignettes straight from the dating trenches. Finally, in a full online dating section, Kearns (who met his partner online) gives clear, simple advice on sites, photo sets, matchmaking, body issues, and that crucial first meeting. Review "If you’ve been on the lookout for ages but still haven’t found The One, this is for you...you’ll be in the arms of your true love in no time!" —OK! Magazine "A literary MRI of the male brain." —Georgie Banks, CBC News Viewpoint. "Kearns insists it’s really not difficult to direct the right man to you, whether it’s online, someone you already know, or a total stranger. So read this, sit back and wait for the offers to pour in... Kearns says we should break the mentality of ‘acceptable’ places and realize ‘any time is a good time to meet Mr. Right.’ And sadly, men can’t read our minds to establish our interest, so direct him to you." —Cosmopolitan-UK
What can you do right now ? Sing a song ; write a poem ; carve a boat ; plant a garden ; draw a picture ; build a kite ; design a house ; make a sandbox . Just go out and create something that didn't exist before .
Author: Sara J. Moulton RegerPublish On: 2006-03-27
Insights from IBM's Tangible Culture Approach 14 □ Right vs. Right—The good thing that can cause big trouble. Having lots of good options is a good thing, isn't it? Well, not always—and definitely not when the options conflict and are ...
Author: Sara J. Moulton Reger
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Nowadays, nearly every business leader recognizes the crucial importance of culture. But, in many organizations, attempts to handle culture issues remain “squishy,” unfocused, and unlikely to bring any value or results. Now, IBM’s leading experts reveal the way to make culture tangible to everyone involved—and how to effectively deal with a variety of culture challenges. Can Two Rights Make a Wrong? leverages the lessons learned during IBM’s $3.5 billion acquisition of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting: insight that IBM has crystallized into a powerful methodology for transforming business culture. The authors introduce “Business Practices,” an actionable surrogate for “culture” that business people can identify with, gauge, and act upon. Then, one step at a time, you’ll learn how to apply IBM’s practical culture transformation techniques in your unique environment. You’ll discover common patterns that lead to culture clashes so you can resolve or, better yet, prevent them. You’ll learn to clarify your expectations so people really “get” it—and do it. You’ll gain the way to measure culture change progress in terms everyone can understand and buy into. Whether you’re involved with M&As, joint ventures, major transformation, internal restructuring, or any other initiative where culture is important, this book can help you take culture from a worrisome risk to a competitive advantage. Business Practices: the unseen hand that propels action Uncover what makes your organization unique Right vs. Right: What to do when good options conflict Understand and manage the source of culture clash Outcome Narratives: Get to the right place, the right way Clarify your desired future, clear the obstacles, measure progress, and deliver results
Girls who kept right were not as well off as those who went wrong . What was a poor girl to do when the season was over ? How could she go home to her grandmother and see her silently starving ? She was trying for a lady's - maid's ...
Most of the time, people living within a state obey its laws because they think that is the right thing to do. Similarly, other countries are more likely to cooperate with a state's foreign policy, and refrain from attacking it, ...
Author: Alasdair Roberts
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Political Science
Across the Western world, people are angry about the inability of government to perform basic functions competently. With widespread evidence of policy failures at home and ill-conceived wars and interventions abroad, it is hardly surprising that politicians are distrusted and government is derided as a sprawling, wasteful mess. But what exactly is government supposed to do, and is the track record of Western governments really so awful? In this compelling book, leading scholar of public policy and management, Alasdair Roberts, explores what government does well and what it does badly. Political leaders, he explains, have always been obliged to wrestle with shifting circumstances and contending priorities, making the job of governing extraordinarily difficult. The performance of western democracies in recent decades is, admittedly, far from perfect but - as Roberts ably shows - it is also much better than you might think.
And I thought, “Gee, I don't have to explain to anyone why I want to do that. ... What is that going to do? ... We were programmed by society and by our parents that it was a good place to find our life 214 You Can Be RIGHT (or You Can ...
Author: Dana Adam Shapiro
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Family & Relationships
The Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker of Murderball and former senior editor at Spin draws on three years of interviews to present a racy, tongue-in-cheek guide to marriage that reflects today's jaded views on the institution and real-world insights into topics ranging from sex and in-laws to money and the Internet.
How can we use professional development to provide the best teaching and learning opportunities for all students? Teachers who know their content and strategies can open a virtual toolbox and take out what they need to help all students become successful. This revised and updated edition explains how educational leaders can design, deliver, and evaluate collaborative standards-based professional development, and contains: Essential questions about high-quality professional development Information on creating the culture for a learning community Conditions and processes for professional development Suggestions on designing your own model Tools for evaluating and rethinking professional development and learning Strategies for deepening a leader’s impact on a standards-based system
Robert Coles, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Medical Humanities, Harvard University, and author of The Moral Life of Children A hard-hitting and controversial book, Why Johnny Can't Tell Right from Wrong will not only open eyes but ...
Author: William Kilpatrick
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
An analysis of why American schools fail to provide a moral education argues that the new decision-making-based educational theory fails to teach values
“We're interested in anything you can do right away,” he said. “The Senate Rackets Committee's top lawyer is looking into the mob's drug operations. He's asked to shadow one of our agents to witness him making a heroin buy from a dealer ...
Author: Robert J. Brown
Publisher: Convergent Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An unforgettable account of a quietly remarkable life, Robert Brown's memoir takes readers behind the scenes of pivotal moments from the 20th century, where the lessons he learned at his grandmother's knee helped him shape America as we know it today. Called "a world-class power broker" by the Washington Post, Robert Brown has been a sought-after counselor for an impressive array of the famous and powerful, including every American president since John F. Kennedy. But as a child born into poverty in the 1930s, Robert was raised by his grandmother to think differently about success. For example, "The best way to influence others is to be helpful," she told him. And, "You can’t go wrong by doing right." Fueled by these lessons on humble, principled service, Brown went on to play a pivotal, mostly unseen role alongside the great and the powerful of our time: trailing the mob in 1950s Harlem with a young Robert F. Kennedy; helping the white corporate leadership at Woolworth integrate their lunch counters; channeling money from American businesses to the Civil Rights movement; accompanying Coretta Scott King, at her request, to Memphis the day after her husband had been shot; advising Richard Nixon on how to support black entrepreneurship; becoming the only person allowed to visit Nelson Mandela in Pollsmoor prison in Cape Town. Full of unbelievable moments and reminders that the path to influence runs through a life of generosity, YOU CAN'T GO WRONG DOING RIGHT blends a heartwarming, historically fascinating account with memorable lessons that will speak to the dreamer in all of us.