When I was little, I loved playing with tiny furniture and cars in a sandbox. I still carry those childhood memories, and perhaps that has inspired me to work on a small scale. Also, I enjoy the feeling that I am like an almighty god of ...
Author: Eva Katz
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Twenty-four artists create stunning miniature art with almonds, matchsticks, test tubes, and more in this fabulous collection. From the astounding to the downright unbelievable, this little volume of mind-blowingly tiny artworks showcases the talents of twenty-four artists from around the globe. Makers, crafters, art enthusiasts, and fans of tiny works will delight in this homage to all things infinitesimally small. Replete with more than two hundred images of miniature masterpieces— including intricately carved pencil leads, fantastical dioramas floating in test tubes, ceramic vases smaller than a six-sided die, crystal cityscape shells designed for hermit crabs, and more—Think Small is sure to make a big impression. Praise for Think Small “Marvel at the extreme dexterity and patience of 24 contemporary artists who painstakingly labor to create artworks at minuscule scale in this adorably tiny coffee-table book. From Hasan Kale, who somehow turns halved almonds and matchstick heads into canvases, to Salavat Fidai, who carefully carves pencils into tiny lead sculptures, each diminutive piece offers mind-blowing demonstrations of craft, skill, and artistic vision.” —Artnet “Spectacular . . . . There are embroidered portraits no larger than a quarter, intricate landscapes painted on lockets, and exquisite sculptures carved into the tips of pencils . . . . This is a fun, accessible, and compact book that both casual and enthusiastic art fans will enjoy.” —Publishers Weekly
The Internet brings people out of their isolation and opens new doors in an extremely simple way. with a little effort and within a matter of weeks, ... wiNNiNg over The liTTle guy “What's required is a kind. 25 Think Small, Grow Big.
Author: Ab Kuijer
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
The advertising industry stands on its head since the arrival of web 2.0. With nearly two billion people online, the role of traditional media is under pressure and the consumer is increasingly dissatisfied with information overload and invasive commercial messaging. Unwilling to trust traditional brand marketing, the consumer is seeking advice online, discovering from other buyers which brands are worth committing to. In this revolutionary atmosphere, how can marketers and advertisers communicate their brand message effectively? Think Small, Grow Big is a survival guide for the marketing professional looking for answers and a clear road map for navigating social media. By reading Think Small, Grow Big, both seasoned and novice marketers and entrepreneurs will learn: how to focus on customer service by using dialogue marketing and social networking to develop businesses. how to appreciate current customers and their needs instead of trying to grab new customers without following through on marketing promises. that when current customers are happy, they will become ambassadors, bringing in others and growing the brand. that success is about relationship building beyond a sale, about using trust dialogue and friendly recommendations to build brand awareness, about keeping customers satisfied, and then growing BIG. "Ab Kuijer has managed to create what many are looking for: a simple and relevant "how to" book for social media."-Maarten Albarda, VP Global Connections, Anheuser-Busch InBev "Mandatory reading for all start-ups (and their investors) who want to grow BIG!"-Candace Johnson, co-initiator of SES ASTRA and SES Global, the world's pre-eminent satellite system AB KUIJER is a (social) media activist. He has broad experience in the communications field as a journalist, radio host, film and television producer, writer, and blogger. He is the founder and creative director of international communication agency JuniorSenior, based in Amsterdam. Kuijer was elected Europe's Best Youth Marketing Expert in 2010 by the Youth Research Partners. He frequently gives lectures and workshops on the innovation and application of social media. You can visit him online at www.abkuijer.com. Follow Ab on Twitter: @abkuijer.com
His hoard grew little by little , week by week . ... birthday cash that arrived in the mail from benevolent grandparents , and money he earned by taking on a additional tasks around the house all went into the 24 Dream Big , Think Small.
Author: Jeff Manion
How do you build a life of significance? As pastor and writer Jeff Manion shares in Dream Big, Think Small, truly great lives are built on the foundation of a holy redundancy--a persistence and determination to move faithfully in the right direction. Dream Big, Think Small will provide: The plan for extraordinary living for ordinary life. Big dreams are achievable through steady progress over time. The motivation you need to stick with it for the long haul. The tools necessary for passionate longevity. You can faithfully lead, serve and love others over a lifetime without sacrificing your passion. So many believers want their lives to count, but they are impatient with the slow pace at which goodness grows. Many of us struggle to embrace the faithfulness required to show up day after day after day. In Dream Big, Think Small Manion helps to reveal the joy in the small, seemingly inconsequential actions you take every day. Ultimately, you will learn how small persistent steps lead to tremendous and lasting results. Filled with Manion's trademark inspiring stories and insightful biblical teaching, Dream Big, Think Small challenges you to explore the spiritual prescription of steady faithfulness. Following the principles of perseverance, intentionality, and discipline outlined in this book, you will see lasting and astonishing results in your spiritual health, within your marriage and family, in the quality of your work, and in a more authentic ability to honor God with your life.
Stepping closer to Fiona, Rudy said, “What do you think, Little Fee?” What did she think? Fiona adored all four of her sisters, she truly did. That's why she wanted to please them all. But no matter how hard she tried, she would always ...
Author: Leigh Riker
The best Christmas gift… is a second chance with her! Cody Jones is a good cowboy with a bad past. But he’s paid for his mistakes and is finally coming home to Barren, Kansas. Only this time, ranch princess Willow Bodine won’t be waiting. She’s gotten engaged to another man: Cody’s enemy. Now Cody must prove that a bad boy cowboy can change his spurs…and become the man Willow truly deserves by Christmas. USA TODAY Bestselling Author Kansas Cowboys Book 1: The Reluctant Rancher Book 2: Last Chance Cowboy Book 3: Cowboy on Call Book 4: Her Cowboy Sheriff Book 5: The Rancher’s Second Chance Book 6: Twins Under the Tree Book 7: The Cowboy’s Secret Baby Book 8: Mistletoe Cowboy
1 1 It pays to think big This little book will set you on your way to big things . Bigger ideas , bigger answers and bigger plans than you've ever had before . About who you are , what you want , what you're doing and where you're going ...
Author: Richard Newton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Sunday Times #1 bestseller and long-awaited follow-up to the #1 bestselling Stop Talking, Start Doing You can think big or you can think small, it all starts in the mind. What have you got to lose? If you aim for the stars you might just get there. Sometimes it pays off to think BIG and Richard Newton is here to get us thinking on a bigger scale than we ever imagined. With the right thinking tools and the right approach you can release your inspiration and creativity, reset your ambition and direct your attention to the things that truly matter to you. And that can change your life. Short and punchy with quick tips and inspiring graphics, The Little Book of Thinking Big will have your imagination, creativity and determination firing on all cylinders. You'll come away with a set of BIG goals to fuel and drive your BIG life. Here’s where it starts. This is a reset button. Push it. Think bigger.
This is small thinking! The thing I can't understand at the moment is why should young people of today are so ultra-conservative, so narrow in their views of the future? Every day there are more signs of expanding opportunities and ...
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Author: MY MBA
Publisher: MY MBA
Category: Study Aids
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Author: Rudolf-Ernst Brünnow
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz
Category: Social Science
The text excerpts are accompanied by grammatical and lexical commentaries, supplemented, where necessary, by notes pointing to historical, cultural, and religious background information. The notes are conceived as a pedagogical tool for students in their third semester of Arabic or above. Elements of native Arabic grammatical theory and issues in comparative Semitic linguistics are introduced, where appropriate. Throughout the chrestomathy, students will find copious references to Wolfdietrich Fischer's Grammatik des Klassischen Arabisch (viz. Jonathan Rodgers' English translation) and William Wright's A Grammar of the Arabic Language. Following a suggestion by August Fischer, three lexicographical and three geographical textual specimens have been added to the text corpus. The glossary is modernised in both content and style. The principal editions of the text excerpts are indicated and interesting textual variants are noted. Important annotated translations, where available, are mentioned as well.
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By those who think little and feel with chilly temperance Mrs. Meynell's latest volume * will be considered small. It is large only in quality. The chaste passion of Mrs. Meynell's genius burns up every unessential thought and phrase.