The Exam Class Toolkit:How to Create Engaging Lesson that Ensure Progression and Results Johannes Ahrenfelt, Neal Watkin
Are you seeking to realize the full potential of your relationship with God? Do you desire a method of prayer that is uniquely suited to your life? If so, this is the course on prayer you´ve always wanted. With a simple yet powerful approach, Talking with God: Lessons about Prayer will help you enliven and deepen your life of prayer. Your presenter is Jesuit priest Fr. James Kubicki, the national director of the Apostleship of Prayer, the ´´pope´s own prayer group´´. In these lectures he integrates decades of personal experience with deep wisdom about the Catholic spiritual tradition. As you will learn, there is no ´´one size fits all´´ method of prayer. These lectures will inspire you to find your own individual way of communicating with God. To do so, you will draw upon the wisdom of St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Teresa of Ávila, and other great teachers of prayer. Throughout this spiritual journey, you will explore such topics as the Lord´s Prayer, various types of prayer (intercessory prayer, contemplation, lectio divina), the Examen and discernment, and the roles of imagination and desire in prayer. This brilliantly taught program is ideal for both individual spiritual edification and use in group settings. In considering a wide variety of prayer methods, you will find encouragement to follow the path to which God is calling you. Enter deeply into God´s love today. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Fr. James Kubicki SJ MDiv. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/nykm/000156/bk_nykm_000156_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A brilliant young transplant surgeon brings moral intensity and narrative drama to the most powerful and vexing questions of medicine and the human condition. When Pauline Chen began medical school 20 years ago, she dreamed of saving lives. What she did not count on was how much death would be a part of her work. Almost immediately, Chen found herself wrestling with medicine´s most profound paradox: that a profession premised on caring for the ill also systematically depersonalizes dying. Final Exam follows Chen over the course of her education, training, and practice as she grapples at strikingly close range with the problem of mortality. She struggles to reconcile the lessons of her training with her innate knowledge of shared humanity, and to separate her ideas about healing from her fierce desire to cure. From her first dissection of a cadaver in gross anatomy class, to the moment she first puts a scalpel to a living person; from the first time she witnesses someone flat-lining in the emergency room, to the first time she pronounces a patient dead, Chen is struck by her own mortal fears. There was a dying friend she could not call, a young patient´s tortured death she could not forget, and even the sense of shared kinship with a corpse she could not cast aside when asked to saw its pelvis in two. Gradually, as she confronts the ways in which her fears have incapacitated her, she begins to reject what she has been taught about suppressing her feelings for her patients, and she begins to carve out a new role for herself as a physician and as human being. Chen´s transfixing and beautiful rumination on how doctors negotiate the ineluctable fact of death becomes, in the end, a brilliant questioning of how we should live. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pauline W. Chen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pnix/000041/bk_pnix_000041_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A raw, vulnerable, and authentic memoir about the daughter of illiterate, poor Lao refugees growing up in Stockton who defies the odds of being a welfare queen to earn a degree from Berkeley Law and work at a big law firm. Samorn Selim survived her first drive by shooting at the age of five. Her brother survived a mass gun shooting at his elementary school when a white man decided to terminate the children of Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Lao refugees. Pegged to be a teenage mom, a gang member, and a high school dropout, she was ecstatic to pass the California bar exam on her first try. When she started her big law job with a six-figure salary, she thought she had achieved happiness. But she was miserable. She felt like an impostor. She felt like a fraud. She felt like she didn’t belong. She woke up every day with dread and anxiety. She became the shell of who she once was. She was an outsider. She was a workaholic. She was depressed. She was an insomniac. She wondered if she would make it out alive. As the founder and creative joy director of career unicorns and a board member of the American bar association career center, she has helped over a thousand law students and lawyers who identify as women, people of color, first-generation professionals, and underdogs to transform their careers from dread to joy.Samorn Selim invites listeners to feel firsthand what it’s like to be a workaholic, depressed, and insomniac lawyer who is her own biggest bully. She shares candidly the ugly and awful things she beats herself up with. She shows how difficult it is for children from poor, immigrant backgrounds to succeed and the immense challenges of balancing professional and personal responsibilities. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Samorn Selim. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/150571/bk_acx0_150571_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Do you have plans to buy your first house soon? Have you considered real estate as a viable income source?If you are a newbie investor or seasoned realtor seeking updated knowledge on the world of real estate investing, then you definitely want to pay attention. Increasingly, the streets are lined with the carcasses of those who are eager to venture into real estate but are failing woefully at it.Like most of these budding investors, you will often be faced with the dilemma of whether to rent or own and the looming threat of money being tied up in low- and slow-yielding real estate assets. Fortunately for you, this audiobook is filled with actionable, industry-specific information that will take the guesswork out of real estate investing for you.Inside it, you will learn:Why you should invest in real estate.How to invest in real estate.The risks involved real estate investing and how to handle them.The lessons in this audiobook are clear, concise, and guaranteed to have you navigating the real estate market successfully in no time. So, what are you waiting for? Download your copy today and start building your portfolio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gary Westphalen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/139311/bk_acx0_139311_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
John Maxwell cree que las mayores lecciones que aprendemos en la vida son de nuestras pérdidas. Todo el mundo experimenta pérdida, pero no todos aprenden de la misma. En A Veces se Gana - A Veces Aprende, el Dr. Maxwell explora las lecciones más comunes que aprendemos cuando experimentamos la pérdida. A continuación, explica cómo convertir un revés en un paso adelante mediante el examen de los once rasgos que conforman el ADN de los que aprenden: 1. Humildad - El Espíritu de Aprendizaje 2. Realidad - La Fundación del Aprendizaje 3. Responsabilidad - el primer paso del aprendizaje 4. Mejora - El Enfoque de Aprendizaje 5. Esperanza - La motivación del aprendizaje 6. Enseñabilidad - El Camino del Aprendizaje 7. Adversidad - The Catalyst de Aprendizaje 8. Problemas - Las Oportunidades de Aprendizaje 9. Malas experiencias - La perspectiva para el Aprendizaje 10. Cambio - el precio del aprendizaje 11. Madurez - el valor del aprendizaje El aprendizaje no es fácil en los tiempos muertos, se necesita disciplina para hacer las cosas bien cuando todo anda mal. Este libro proporciona una guía para hacer precisamente eso. Como John Maxwell a menudo señala - no experiencia es la mejor maestra, la experiencia es evaluada. Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish. 1. Spanish. Pedro Anszniker. http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/001688/bk_hach_001688_sample.mp3.
El escritor ecuatoriano, Fernando Dalgo Ballesteros, presenta su nuevo -Libro Interactivo- titulado: La Realidad de la Vida: Lecciones Fundamentales para hacer ´´más fácil´´ tu Camino a la Adultez con el auspicio de la Fundación Latinoamericana de Liderazgo y Emprendimiento ´´LIDEMP”.Bajo la premisa de que: ´´A los jóvenes hay que hablarles con la verdad”, el autor, se encarga de llevar a sus lectores por un ´´Viaje Literario” a través del cual expone, por medio de cinco principios, lo que para él constituyen los ejes fundamentales de la vida. Los ejes alrededor de los cuales se desarrolla La Realidad de la Vida son los siguientes: 1. La Vida es Como es: Alrededor de esta premisa, se expone un proceso de generación de conciencia, para que los lectores comprendan que deben adaptarse al contexto actual en el que están desarrollando su vida, todo esto, sin importar si aquello les guste o no, inclusive, así no estén de acuerdo y quieran cambiar el Statu Quo, el autor evidencia que el primer paso es integrarse al sistema, conocerlo, evaluarlo y vencerlo. 2. La Vida es una Película: El lector comprenderá que, si cometió un error, ya sea este haber sacado una mala nota en un examen, haber caído en algún vicio como las drogas o el alcohol, o cualquier otra cosa que se identifique como tal, esto no tiene porque definir toda su vida, y mas bien, debe ser tratado como una lección, sobre la base de la cual, se debe proponer una estrategia de aprendizaje para mejorar su existencia; lo mismo ocurre para las cosas buenas que le puedan ocurrir.3. La Vida es un Campo de Cosecha: Aunque este capítulo empieza explicando ´´La Tercera Ley de la Termodinámica de Newton” como premisa literaria introductoria, el eje del mismo, radica en el hecho de que: Nadie puede cosechar aquello que no ha sembrado; y que, ´´no se vale quejarse”, si las consecuencias de aquello que sembramos son 1. Spanish. Fernando Dalgo Ballesteros. http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/154595/bk_acx0_154595_sample.mp3.
Ready for the next step in your real estate agent lessons? Perhaps you have started your pre-licensing courses, but you also want to do some studying in your spare time? Maybe you have your license and you feel you need some additional help in determining how to get sales, how to make clients happy, and how to succeed? This book is for you. It is the next step in the beginner´s series that will help you learn how to be a better real estate agent. The tips compiled in the book are aimed at beginner agents, who need a little help or a new perspective on some topics they feel less confident about. You are going to learn: Tips for being a better salesperson Tips for residential real estate sales Tips for commercial real estate sales And tips on how to get listings As you listen to the content, you will also see these topics: How to stage a home How to set up open houses How to network with more success Your hard work will take you only so far. There are skills you require. The tips in this book are designed to help you work on the skills you need for being a real estate agent. Many of the tips are designed for a career agent versus an investor, but you will find topics like staging a home and holding open houses applies to renovation investors. Those topics can also apply to property managers who need to freshen up their staged apartment to help rent apartments. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pete Beretta. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/078345/bk_acx0_078345_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Media Type : BookLevel : Multiple LevelsMusical Genre : MiscellaneousNumber of pages : 32One of the most stressful situations that a music student (or any performer) encounters during their studies is the day, the hour or the moment of the performance. Whether it is a first lesson, entrance exam, graduation recital, audition, or music competition, there is always presence of this inner fight with our nerves. Participating in more then 35 International Guitar/Music Competitions, this book intends to transmit the authorâ€™s experiences from those events. You will find advice that relate to guitar performers and their specific ideas concerning competitions and repertoire, but mainly the book focuses on how to deal with the issue of stage fright, self control and how to deliver to the best of your abilities. Self doubt is part of all of us and enclosed are ways to control it, not to eliminate it. In essence the book is intended for anyone who plays an instrument, including vocalist, at any level (professional, amateur).