8 Critical Lifetime Decisions

Author by : Ralph Palmen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Beacon Hill Press
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Description : Learning to make wise decisions helps make the rest of life's choices easier, toppling impulsiveness and creating the freedom to be all that God intended.


Biblical Principles For Releasing Financial Provision

Author by : Rich Brott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rich Brott
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Description : From the Foreword written by Jack Hayford: This book presents the real deal, because God does covenant to bless those who learn to live within His covenants and revealed principles of giving. I see the evenhanded instruction herein as providing a study that can open your life to receiving a mantle, a kind of covering or anointing, for every aspect of your life.


Turning Change Into A Payday

Author by : Ralph Bruksos
Languange : en
Publisher by : CHANGE
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Description : Ralph Bruksos, trainer and consultant for over 45 years shares his knowledge and personal experience to help guide individuals and organizations undergoing dramatic change, or those wishing to create positive change in their lives.


Biblical Principles For Becoming Debt Free

Author by : Rich Brott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rich Brott
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Description : Break free from financial bondage! Biblical Principles for Becoming Debt Free's step-by-step approach will show you how, while laying a foundation of biblical understanding regarding the stewardship of your resources. Rescue your life and liberate your future! "Endorsed by: Dr. Jack Hayford; Dr. C. Peter Wagner; Ted Haggard; Christine Caine of Hillsong Austrailia; Ron Blue president of Christian Financial Professionals Network; Chen Hui-Lin of Campus Crusade Asia; Karen Minnis, Speaker of the House -Oregon House of Representatives; Bill Greig III, President Gospel Light Publishing; Dr. Barbara Wentroble; Marilyn Hickey; Dick Iverson, Founder/Chairman Ministers Fellowship International"


Establishing A Successful Business

Author by : Rich Brott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rich Brott
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Description : Author Rich Brott notes six themes that are mutually dependent upon each other, each of which represent a necessary requirement for a successful business. They are, Knowledge, Experience, Ability, Opportunity, Capital, and Commitment. When it comes to business failures, the stats are not pretty. Within the first year of operation, over 50% of businesses fail. Extend the time period to five years, and the statistics become even worse. In that time period over 95% of all businesses fail. From the beginning, business is risky and chances of success poor. But you can significantly improve your chances of success with good insight, preparation and planning. The author notes that in this book he wants to help you in the area of establishing your business and will do so by leading you step-by-step through these critical areas.


Developing A Successful Personal Business Vision

Author by : Rich Brott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rich Brott
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Description : Dreams worth pursuing do not have to be spectacular or amazing. The important thing is living a dream that is really yours. Those who are most fulfilled know what they want and go after it. Understanding and shaping vision is the basis for any new or existing personal or business career. Vision development is a process. But first, it seems appropriate to ask some questions. Why are you here? What is your personal purpose in life? Why are you doing what you are doing? What brought you to this profession? Why are you where you are? These are all questions you must ask yourself before developing a successful personal vision. They same holds true when it comes to a business vision. Understanding who you are and what you are all about is pertinent to understanding what it is you want to accomplish.


Critical Thinking Across The Curriculum

Author by : Diane F. Halpern
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Consider that many of the people who are alive today will be working at jobs that do not currently exist and that the explosion of information means that today's knowledge will quickly become outdated. As a result, two goals for education clearly emerge -- learning how to learn and how to think critically about information that changes at a rapid rate. We face a multitude of new challenges to our natural environment, difficult dilemmas concerning the use of weapons of mass destruction, political agendas for the distribution of scarce commodities and wealth, psychological problems of loneliness and depression, escalating violence, and an expanding elderly population. International in scope and in magnitude, these new problems strain resources and threaten the continuance of life on earth. To creatively and effectively attack these imminent problems, a well educated, thinking populace is essential. An abridged edition of Halpern's best-selling text, Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum is designed to help students enhance their thinking skills in every class. The skills discussed are needed in every academic area and setting -- both in and out of class. They are: determining cause; assessing likelihood and uncertainty; comprehending complex text; solving novel problems; making good decisions; evaluating claims and evidence; and thinking creatively. In this adaptation of her best-selling text, Diane Halpern applies the theories and research of cognitive psychology to the development of critical thinking and learning skills needed in the increasingly complex world in which we work and live. The book is distinguished by its clear writing style, humorous tone, many practical examples and anecdotes, and rigorous academic grounding. Everyday examples and exercises promote the transfer of critical thinking skills and dispositions to real-world settings and problems. The goal is to help readers recognize when and how to apply the thinking skills needed to analyze arguments, reason clearly, identify and solve problems, and make sound decisions. Also of importance, a general thinking skills framework ties the chapters together, but each is written so that it can "stand alone." This organization allows for maximum flexibility in the selection of topics and the order in which they are covered. This book is intended for use in any course emphasizing critical thinking as an approach to excellence in thinking and learning.


Subject Guide To Books In Print

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The Lifetime Of A Durable Good

Author by : G. Antonides
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : As a psychologist by education, my interest is in how people solve problems. At the Economic Institute of Leyden Universi ty, I learned that economists study human behavior too, although their studies are limited to economic affairs. At the Institute of Scientific Research on Consumer Affairs became (SWOKA), I aware of the needs of consumer organizations and the government for consumer research to base their policy on. At Erasmus University Rotterdam, I got the opportunity to integrate my interests and knowledge into this book. The first part of the book attempts to integrate psychological theories of attitude, perception, motivation and decision into economics. Both disciplines are concerned with human behavior, and the economic paradigm of demand, subj ect to restrictions, is combined with the psychological tradition of direct measurements of perceptions and motivations. This results in a micro-model of economic choice that can be tested by means of information obtained directly from consumers. The empirical study deals with the problem of scrapping a durable consumption good. By means of a consumer survey, the micro-model of choice is applied to the decision to scrap a durable good, or to repair the good in case of a defect. This individual decision obviously is connected with the large scale problem of waste, and with the manufacturer's problem of producing durable goods with a certain quality and durabili ty.


Handbook Of Marketing Decision Models

Author by : Berend Wierenga
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Marketing models is a core component of the marketing discipline. The recent developments in marketing models have been incredibly fast with information technology (e.g., the Internet), online marketing (e-commerce) and customer relationship management (CRM) creating radical changes in the way companies interact with their customers. This has created completely new breeds of marketing models, but major progress has also taken place in existing types of marketing models. Handbook of Marketing Decision Models presents the state of the art in marketing decision models. The book deals with new modeling areas, such as customer relationship management, customer value and online marketing, as well as recent developments in other advertising, sales promotions, sales management, and competition are dealt with. New developments are in consumer decision models, models for return on marketing, marketing management support systems, and in special techniques such as time series and neural nets.