You've written your content but not sure what is missing? You need advice on what to do after your content is written? You're missing those final pieces for your next step? Find out what is needed to increase your credibility. You will learn a holistic approach on what you can do to improve your reputation and integrity. There are many facets to communicating your content, and in this book, we will explore what they are and the various linkages. When creating brilliant content, there are certain factors that should not be overlooked, the platforms that you use must superbly reflect your brand and your communication skills must be properly developed. This book will enlighten you and give you practical solutions so that you can obtain more customers and receive great commendations. Content marketing allows you to create credibility with people you've never met Become a credible source of information by getting it right. Learn the right lesson inside my book: Website framework Your content Social media Case studies The value of listening to your audience Personal advancement And much more This is your time to shine and show the whole world how credible you are. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sam Slydell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/089471/bk_acx0_089471_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
How does one become a CEO? Many people know they want to climb the corporate ladder, but don't have a clue about how to ascend that ladder without losing their grip. In this insightful, controversial program, Jeffrey J. Fox offers solid, practical advice and recommendations on how to fulfill your ambition to better yourself, to be a contributor, to make a difference, to grow professionally, and to be more successful. The seventy-five "rules" that Mr. Fox, founder of a marketing and consulting firm and an MBA graduate of Harvard Business School, outlines are actions you must take, traits you must develop, and things you must avoid in order to succeed. Mr. Fox's short and simple one-lesson-per-topic approach is an intelligent and straight-forward method of business instruction. This guide sets forth the qualities that every successful leader must have: vision, persistence, integrity, and respect for superiors, subordinates, and peers. Whether you want to become president or CEO of a corporation, buy a business, start a business, run your own business, or have a long and fruitful career in a large corporation, How to Become CEO will give you the power to control your own business destiny. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeffrey J. Fox. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/aren/000349/bk_aren_000349_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
An F-14 fighter pilot's top lessons for leading fearlessly - and bringing a team to peak performance As an aviation pioneer, Carey D. Lohrenz learned what fearless leadership means in some of the most demanding and extreme environments imaginable: the cockpit of an F-14 and the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Here, her teams had to perform at their peak - or lives were on the line. Faltering leadership was simply unacceptable. Through these experiences, Lohrenz identified a fundamental truth: high-performing teams require fearless leaders. Since leaving the Navy, she's translated that lesson into a new field, helping top business leaders, from Fortune 500 executives to middle managers, supercharge performance in today's competitive business environments. In Fearless Leadership, Lohrenz walks you through the three fundamentals of real fearlessness - courage, tenacity, and integrity - and then reveals fearless leadership in action, offering advice on how to set a bold vision, bring the team together (as wingmen, not Top Gun mavericks), execute effectively, and stay resilient through hard times. Whether you're stepping into your first leadership role or looking to get out of a longstanding rut, Fearless Leadership will act like your afterburner - rocketing you to ever-higher levels of performance. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Carey D. Lohrenz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/061918/bk_acx0_061918_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In the tradition of the popular business classics Leadership Is an Art and What They Don't Teach You at Harvard Business School, Dr. Helen Rothberg, a sought-after consultant to CEOs and entrepreneurs, reveals memorable insights about leadership developed while she worked as a bartender and restaurant manager. Good managers and good leaders are not always the same. Dr. Helen Rothberg trains leaders, from Fortune 500 executives to start-up entrepreneurs, with her particular brand of ADVICE - Action, Determination, Vision, Integrity, Communication, Empathy. Based on the management and life lessons she learned from working as a bartender while getting graduate business and behavioral science degrees, each aspect of ADVICE helps leaders hone their vision - of themselves and their business. You will explore who you are and who you need to become, analyze what has worked in the past and what might work better in the future, and realize ways to continually adapt - with courage and grace - to the unpredictable, uncertain business environment. Through the book's colorful stories of barroom brawls and boardroom bravado, competition and cooperation, conflict and other challenges, you'll conceive of new ways to develop working relationships with colleagues and customers, keep things running smoothly, and manage infuriating, delightful, and sometimes dangerous clients as well as temperamental and talented employees, and owners or bosses with brilliant ideas who may not communicate well. Leading an organization is knowing when to stir or shake things up, blend or serve neat, and Dr. Rothberg finishes each chapter with the recipe for a creative cocktail that embodies a lesson, to mix perfectly, contemplate, and savor. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Candace Thaxton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007974/bk_sans_007974_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
“Tales of Power meets the Peaceful Warrior...in Silicon Valley! It's entertaining, humble, insightful and valuable - not just to entrepreneurs, but to anyone looking to manifest their dreams and make a difference in the world.” (Foster Gamble, creator and host, Thrive: What on Earth Will It Take)“You will come away with insight about yourself, guidance…and knowledge that you may not be able to acquire anywhere else save the mountaintops of the Himalayas.” (Bookreview.com)Listen to Zen Entrepreneurship, the book that has inspired entrepreneurs and spiritual seekers worldwide! Based on a true story, this book is about succeeding in life while walking a spiritual path. Follow the travels of a young entrepreneur as he starts and grows a multi-million-dollar business, only to discover that real success is tied to the hidden worlds and learn the secrets of being a career warrior. This book is not just for entrepreneurs, but for anyone who wants to find their work and place in life, who want to bring more integrity into their work and be more successful personally and financially. Zen Entrepreneurship will teach you the 14 hidden keys for success, including: how to use your work for spiritual growthhow to achieve success using the Four Keys to Manifestationhow to discover and transcend your Energetic Pattern, rather than letting it run youhow to bring the magic and mystery of a treasure hunt into your career.how to find the Seven Clues that are pointing you to the person you were meant to be!How to utilize your dreams and synchronicity to serve as your guideHow to find and utilize Places of Power and Times of Power to be more successfulHow to manifest appropriately to propel you to financial and business successHow to find and walk your own Warrior’s Path, the unique combination of lesson and contributions you are here for/l 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chris Lynch. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/169980/bk_acx0_169980_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Beloved stage and screen actor Danny Aiello’s big-hearted memoir reveals a man of passion, integrity, and guts - and lays bare one of the most unlikely success stories ever told. Danny Aiello admits that he backed into his acting career by mistake. That’s easy to see when you begin at the beginning: Raised by his loving and fiercely resilient mother in the tenements of Manhattan and the South Bronx, and forever haunted by the death of his infant brother, Danny struggled early on to define who he was and who he could be. Shoeshine boy, numbers runner, and pool hustler were among the first identities he tried on. After getting into trouble on the streets, he enlisted in the army at 17, served in Germany, and was honorably discharged. Later, as an unemployed high school dropout raising a family of his own, Danny was burdened with serious depression by the time he landed a job as a bouncer at a Hell’s Kitchen comedy club. Taking to the stage in the wee hours to belt out standards, Danny Aiello found his voice and his purpose: He was born to act. Performing in converted churches and touring companies led to supporting roles in such films as The Godfather: Part II and Moonstruck, and an Oscar nomination for his role as the embattled Salvatore in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing. For a guy who had never set foot in an acting class, this was supreme validation for being an outsider who followed his heart. In a raw and real chronicle of his gritty urban past, Danny Aiello looks back with appreciation, amusement, and frank disbelief at his unconventional road to success. He offers candid observations on working with luminary directors and a vast roster of actors. He opens up about friends he loved, friends he lost, and the professional relationships that weren’t meant to be. Above all, Danny Aiello imparts a life lesson straight out of his own experience to anyone who’s ever felt like an outsider. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Danny Aiello. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/020835/bk_adbl_020835_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This study aims to understand how the nineteenth-century African agent of mission appropriated change without losing cultural integrity. Drawing essentially from the contexts that produced the man, from Sierra Leone to the Yoruba country, the study shows Samuel Johnson as embodying the opportunities and ambivalence that progressively accompanied Yoruba contact with Britain in the people's war-weary century of change. Largely influenced by German missionaries in the British mission environment of Yorubaland, Johnson had confidence in the bright prospect the missionary message held for his people. This propelled him into a struggle to relieve the distressed country from its woes and to preserve the fading memory of its people. In an age of renewed cultural ferment called globalization, could Johnson offer a lesson in how to appropriate change? This is the concern of this volume.
Biblical interpretation and theological speculation are inseparable: each has constantly influenced the other for good or for ill. But which of the two is the final criterion? Though universally the church has given lip-service to the Scriptures as the source and norm of its theology, it has nonetheless allowed its theological commitment to shape and at times distort its principles of biblical interpretation. It has used the Bible more as a support for its dogmas than as a basis for testing and correcting them. This has proven to have been truce in liberal as well as in orthodox circles, and nowhere so clearly as in the Dutch modernist controversy of the late nineteenth century.The present study attempts: (1) to outline the major theological movements in The Netherlands previous to and following the crucial year 1850, bringing this forward to the early years of the present century, (2) to enter into a description and analysis of Dutch biblical criticism during this same period, paying special attention to the interpretation of the Old Testament, where the problems have been the greatest and the influence of Dutch scholars has been the most lasting, (3) to draw from this analysis conclusions regarding the relationship between theology and biblical exegesis that are valid not only for theological scholarship in one land and in one particular period but for the entire ongoing theological endeavor throughout the world.The greatest lesson that emerges from this study is that respect for the integrity of the biblical text is an indispensable prerequisite to genuine and lasting theological progress.
The use of local languages in primary education has been seen by some as an aspect of ethnically divisive policy that encourages the perception of differences and the development of regional nationalisms. The proponents believe that the use of local languages is inherently politically divisive and compromises the integrity of the State. Convinced with this logic, Ethiopia's successive leaders followed a one language policy in education and other official activities wishing to promote a homogeneous national identity as a way of building a stable country until the 1991 regime change. The political change of the late 20th C in Ethiopia has resulted in a far-reaching education reform and transition from a one language media to a multilingual approach in the education sector. Although a novel beginning, the new policy's major obstacles remain material and professional shortages. The writer of this book strongly believes that readers will enjoy reading the challenges in formulating language and education policies in multilingual countries and will grasp a lesson from the successes and pitfalls of Ethiopian policy.