Description : Monday's Message is a weekly devotional consisting of fifty-two of the most popular messages sent out by author James Harrison through his weekly e-mail ministry. The unique and captivating style of Reverend Harrison's writing has challenged and encouraged his readers for over three years now. The spiritual motivation for Monday's Message began with the birth of a special-needs little girl named Klaire Sampson. This engaging and heartwarming story can be found in the first week's message. The positive and uplifting stories of Monday's Message will bring you into the very presence of God. In cheerful kindness, Monday's Message conveys the eternal truth of God's love for you!
Description : "Dr. Brown has the perfect prescription for a dull, drag down life. Give it up. Every story in her remarkable book suggests life has more to offer everyone willing to take a chance and surrender to their best instincts. Her profiles, tales and approach are lessons to us all. There's no time like the present to define the future. She's collected some amazing stories from people who no longer believe that 9 to 5 is the way to go. She inspires us all to not only think outside the box but burst it wide open on our way to new horizons." -Michael Blowen, President, Old Friends, Inc., and former movie critic for the Boston Globe "Joyful Mondays is an insightful, compelling book with real-life examples of triumphs, failures, and recoveries. This book will help you embrace change and explore possibilities that will bring new passion and joy to your work." -Jacques S. Yeager, Sr., former President, E. L. Yeager Construction Company and former Regent, University of California "In the pages of this fascinating book, the reader will ind insight into the mindset of the uncommon individual. In these real life examples, success is measured on a scale of life satisfaction, a goal in reach for many more of us." -Dr. Paul McClellan, Veterinarian to Olympic horses "This book will stoke the ire in the bellies of entrepreneurs. Follow your dream and you will never have to work another day in your life." -David C. Hunt, Entrepreneur Lola Brown holds a Ph.D. from the Claremont Graduate University. She has been a professor at several colleges and the University of Southern California. Lola continues to find passion and joy in her work as a psychologist. She lives in San Juan Capistrano, California, with her husband, Les. www.joyfulmondays.com
Description : Dive into the Middle East through a whole new perspective. Cross shares the the Rgood stuffS readers don't know about the Middle East. (Social Issues)
Description : Mondays at 3 is a story about the transformation of a newly promoted manager, Justin O'Brien, who is neither ready nor prepared to take on the position that was surprisingly given to him. Faced with a disgruntled department, an absentee boss, and essentially no management experience whatsoever, Justin suddenly finds himself very alone as captain of what is quickly becoming a sinking ship. Then, just as things go from bad to worse, Justin's fate changes as he accidentally discovers a daily advice column in the local newspaper called Ask Dr. Mac, written by a management guru of the same name. Partly out of desperation and partly out of curiosity, Justin, using the alias of "Desperate Dave," begins submitting many of his newly created management problems to the Ask Dr. Mac column, in hopes of receiving some kind of guidance. To Justin's surprise and delight, Dr. Mac takes a personal interest in him and their correspondence turns into a friendship and reveals to Justin the secrets of leadership that change his life around.
Description : Great marketing just got easier Marketing is about the relationship between an organization and its marketplace, and in particular its customers and potential customers. Customers are the lifeblood of a business; without customers a business has no future. In order to succeed and make a profit, a business must therefore aim to identify and satisfy the needs of its customers. The purpose of marketing is to help the business achieve these aims. In this book you will learn, in a week, about the nature and techniques of successful marketing and how it can improve business performance. Today's business world is highly competitive and changing fast, and marketing, as a body of knowledge and best practice, must respond to these changes. However, there is one fundamental fact about marketing that remains constant: it is that, to become successful and remain successful, an organization must be better at meeting customers' needs than the competition. Each of the seven chapters in Marketing In A Week covers a different aspect: - Sunday: What is marketing? - Monday: Marketing and the customer - Tuesday: Marketing information and marketing research - Wednesday: Strategic marketing - Thursday: The marketing mix - product and price - Friday: The marketing mix - place - Saturday: The marketing mix - promotion