Leading Imperfectly The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings Book photo 01
August 19th, 2015 by admin

Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings Book
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Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings

by: Aviva Publishing

Product rating: 5.0 with 2 reviews


There is a problem in today’s developing leaders-they think they need to be someone they are not to get what they want. In short, none of us is perfect, and when we pretend to be, people quit listening to us. Instead, we need to focus on trying to connect with others. Leading Imperfectly is full of examples for how to make those connections. The book is divided into a series of short, often humorous, and always insightful essays filled with real-life stories from James’ own life. The through line for the book is the significance of practicing authentic leadership. The essays discuss topics such as realizing our story has value, the importance of love in leadership, how to prevent over-committing because you can’t be everything to everyone, realizing you don’t have all the answers, and some practical advice about the importance of valuing the time we have and giving that time to the most important people in our lives. James also challenges us to look at the lies we tell ourselves that hold us back in life, and to learn how to listen to others so they will listen to us. James’ humor provides comic relief in the middle of some of the more serious stories, but the humor always makes his examples hit home and keeps his stories memorable. Readers will appreciate that while he speaks as someone who has had success in life, his leadership background is not that of the typical leader who writes leadership books-he’s not a former company CEO or a famous athlete-and that makes his points stand out all the more. Educators, business professionals, student leaders, and others will find this book to be introspective, validating, and motivational. Most importantly they will take away that their story is good enough. Check out Leading Imperfectly. Between the chuckles, there’s quite a bit of wisdom that will stick with you long after you turn the last page.

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Little Book of Big Advice Enlightening Ideas for Bellydance Professionals Book picture 1
July 9th, 2015 by admin

Little Book of Big Advice: Enlightening Ideas for Bellydance Professionals Book
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Little Book of Big Advice: Enlightening Ideas for Bellydance Professionals

by: Bellydance by Tava

Product rating: 5.0 with 2 reviews


Little Book of Big Advice: Enlightening Ideas for Bellydance Professionals is an essential read for dancers who may be considering a transformation from hobbyist to professional. Tava Naiyin, author and highly-accomplished bellydancer in NYC and CT, writes candidly about her experiences as an artist who has relied exclusively on dance-generated income for 10+ years. After receiving countless questions from budding dance professionals across the U.S., she compiled her answers and wrote this book to address what she perceived as possible gaps in training. This book cannot take the place of a mentor, however, it aims to promote industry standards and help bellydance artists determine if they have the right skills and circumstances to turn their passion into a career. Readers can expect information about costume purchasing and care, performance etiquette, general do’s and don’ts, how to get the most out of practice, staying inspired, juggling art vs. commerce and more. Ms. Naiyin’s bellydance colleagues and mentors weigh in to share their thoughts and resources on topics ranging from: how to find your own dance voice, keeping the dance flame lit and effective marketing strategies. Readers can expect inspiring and practical tidbits from top bellydancers Andrea (NY), Angelica Jordan (Quebec), Maria (CA), Riskallah Riyad (CT), Sira (NY) and Zaina (Globetrotter). Anyone who is considering a career in dance or the performing arts will come away with useful information to help them make informed choices and avoid costly mistakes. To learn more about Tava, visit BellydancebyTava.com

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Drug Information Handbook A Clinically Relevant Resource for All Healthcare Professionals Book photo 1
April 22nd, 2015 by admin

Drug Information Handbook: A Clinically Relevant Resource for All Healthcare Professionals Book
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Drug Information Handbook: A Clinically Relevant Resource for All Healthcare Professionals

by: Lexi Comp

Product rating: 4.8 with 4 reviews


Endorsed by the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), the Drug Information Handbook is chosen daily by healthcare professionals as their resource to help improve medication safety and enhance patient care. This handbook follows a dictionary-like format, with drug products organized alphabetically and cross-referenced by U.S. and Canadian brand names and index terms. Clinicians have access to more than 1570 drug monographs, each offering up to 39 fields of information specific to a particular medication. Supplementing the drug information is an extensive Appendix, offering helpful treatment guidelines and therapy recommendations, and a Pharmacologic Category Index.

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