Business & Economics

Return on Courage

Return on Courage

Author: Ryan Berman

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

ISBN: 9781626346161

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

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Unlock Courage What do an astronaut, a Navy SEAL, the cofounder of Method, the former VP of communications at Apple, and the president of Domino’s all have in common? Ryan Berman spent three years shadowing the most courageous people and leaders on the planet to find out what they have done to accomplish liberating personal or business feats. ​ Fifty-two percent of Fortune 500 companies from the year 2000 are now extinct, and 80 percent of all start-ups will fail within their first 18 months. Yet there’s a lack of urgency to address this callous reality across the board in most organizations. And the solution can be unlocked with courage. Return on Courage (ROC) is the go-to courage instructional manual that helps readers attack and shrink business fears head-on. They will learn how to relentlessly play offense, drive change, and transform into a Courage Brand®. ROC can be the secret weapon to innovating new products and services, maximizing ROI, and revolutionizing their industry.
Social Science

The Civility of Indifference

The Civility of Indifference

Author: F. G. Bailey

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501735677

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

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The dissolution of Yugoslavia inspired F. G. Bailey to consider the relations among ethnic groups that had seemed reconciled to living together and then broke into murderous conflicts. For his exploration of the ancient, recurring problem of ethnic strife, Bailey considers the village of Bisipara in the state of Orissa, in eastern India. Bisipara was a community in which different ethnic groups were seen as distinct breeds of people, arranged in a hierarchy of worthiness. In The Civility of Indifference, Bailey documents a case of ethnic strife that threatened the village forty years ago but did not consume it in bloodshed. The restraint, he suggests, reflected not compassion but a sense of inevitability. The people of Bisipara perceived the world in such a way that violence enacted as ethnic cleansing would have seemed to them a disastrous indulgence and a sure path to self-destruction. Their story serves as a parable of pragmatic indifference, in contrast to the fanaticism that justifies civil war. A seasoned ethnographer, the author considers the social structure of the community, examining the multiple castes with sensitivity and respect. His detailed description reveals the competing moral visions held by various groups and his conclusions open a new perspective on ethnic violence.
Religion

God's Standard-Bearer

God's Standard-Bearer

Author: Rick Farley

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 9780768495638

Category: Religion

Page: 186

View: 105

God s Standard-bearer is a clarion call to leaders today, to return to the moral and ethical standard that God has set for leaders. It is a cry in the wilderness to a society that finds itself in corporate and ecclesiastical corruption, at nearly every turn. Chapter by chapter this book discusses God s standards for leaders in away that is interesting and easily understood.This book takes a look at the qualities that disqualified men from leadership,when God set forth His standard for the priesthood.The author takes the allegories of the past and translates them into our modern leadership society.
American Society of Newspaper Editors

ASNE

ASNE

Author: American Society of Newspaper Editors. Convention

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015067511025

Category: American Society of Newspaper Editors

Page:

View: 384

Social Science

The Furies of Indian Communalism

The Furies of Indian Communalism

Author: Achin Vanaik

Publisher: Verso Books

ISBN: UOM:39015041046866

Category: Social Science

Page: 392

View: 310

Moving beyond purely theoretical considerations, he assesses India's political future, the possible obstacles to the development of communalism, and the forces that exist on the Left which might be brought into alliance to halt the march of chauvinism.
Journalism

ASNE

ASNE

Author: American Society of Newspaper Editors

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556022472252

Category: Journalism

Page:

View: 177

History

Catholicism and the Shaping of Nineteenth-Century America

Catholicism and the Shaping of Nineteenth-Century America

Author: Jon Gjerde

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107010246

Category: History

Page: 293

View: 454

"Catholicism and the Shaping of Nineteenth-Century America offers one of the first comparative treatments of Protestant and Catholic history in nineteenth-century America. Gjerde argues that Protestant-Catholic conflicts helped shape the nation, fostering the development of broader ideas about religious diversity in American society"--
Religion

You Must Be Born Again

You Must Be Born Again

Author: Joy E. Addo-Noble

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781490727714

Category: Religion

Page: 54

View: 866

Without born-again, no eye shall see the kingdom of God. Born-again brings you into the program of God; without born-again you are outside the program of God and your prayer is an abomination to God. Your identity as a born-again gives you the passage/way to the journey to the kingdom of God. It is the fundamental/basic stage of Christiandom. Without you having Christ in you, you have no business with God, no program with God and Holy Ghost have no business with you, for it is the word of God that Holy Ghost sees in man to visit Him. The Word is the light that illuminates the man as house thereby attracts the attention of the Holy Ghost. Without the Word the man is full of darkness an evidence of emptiness or enemy occupant. Christ in you is your hope of glory. Bear in mind therefore that the status of born-again is more precious than all the treasures of the world put together. Protect and cherish it, strive to grow and develop it. This is a treasure in earthen vessel. Man is the earthen vessel containing the treasure (Jesus, the Word of God)
Philosophy

Reason and Religion

Reason and Religion

Author: Nicholas Rescher

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110320725

Category: Philosophy

Page: 117

View: 936

This book is avowedly written in what has been rather patronizingly called “the affable spirit of compromise or conciliation” between science and religion. Its key thesis is that these two enterprises can—and should be—seen as complementary in addressing different albeit interrelated questions: on the one side the nature of the natural world and our place in it, and on the other how we should proceed and act so as to capitalize on the opportunities that our place in the world affords to us for shaping our lives in a meaningful and satisfying way. How the world works is the crux of the one enterprise and how we are to live is that of the other.