Criticism Bites

Author: Brian Berry
Publisher: Group Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780764475559
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Maybe you've asked that question because you're tired of the relentless, nagging voice in your head saying you should quit, or you're inadequate, or your shortcomings are what people will remember most about you. Perhaps you're simply discouraged, frustrated, burned out, or isolated because of the criticism you've endured. This book is for you. After nearly 20 years as a pastor, Brian Berry has come to the conclusion that we cannot escape the critics, but we can learn how to think through and respond to them in healthy ways. Put another way: Criticism isn't something you solve. It's something you manage. Drawing from his own experiences, Brian will guide you through the painful but necessary journey we face in life. He'll examine why criticism hurts so bad, and he'll discuss specific methods and strategies for handling it--including those times when critical words reveal insight and truth from God. When you face criticism, the best response isn't to hide, run away, or quit. The answer is to search your soul, pick yourself back up, and determine how you can deal with, respond to, and learn from the critics.

Dogs Don t Bite when a Growl Will Do

Author: Matt Weinstein
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399530487
Format: PDF, ePub
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Complemented by charming photographs, a collection of canine wisdom demonstrates how human can benefit from a dog's approach to life in our relationships with others, explaining how such canine traits as sincerity, loyalty, a devotion to fun, and an open display of love can serve as examples. Reprint.

Critics Not Caretakers

Author: Russell T. McCutcheon
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791490742
Format: PDF
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A lively critique of the study of religion in the modern academy, one that makes the scholar of religion a cultural critic rather than a caretaker of a religious tradition or a guru dispensing timeless wisdom.

Multistate Bar Exam Mbe Review

Author: James J. Rigos
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
ISBN: 0735573344
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Aspen Publishers, the leading legal education publisher, introduces the first of many new products in the Emanuel Bar Review line. The Rigos Bar Review series, by James J. Rigos, provides a complete, yet manageable approach to Bar Exam preparation, and is an excellent home-study tool for students who are first-time or repeat test-takers. Using the time-tested and effective methods of Jim Rigos' more than 27 years of Bar Review expertise, this volume of the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) Review, covering Evidence, Constitutional Law, and Criminal Law, is invaluable as a self-study tool in Bar Review. This text contain comprehensive coverage of the three MBE subjects, and offer strategies for analyzing MBE questions. The unique Magic Memory Outlines software and Make Your Own Exam feature on the free, included CD present a whole new element to studying for the MBE - allowing students to develop successful outlines for memorization of MBE topics while continuing to hone their skills in necessary practice for the exam. Students using Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) Review are not just receiving a print book - they are receiving an entire program built within a successfully validated model. Why students will love Rigos: Comprehensive: Combines excellent coverage and outlines with practice questions with full answer rationales Dependable: Rigos is powered by Emanuel - the same Emanuel who got you through law school with CrunchTime, Law in a Flash, and Emanuel Law Outlines Affordable: Rigos volumes can be purchased individually or as a full set, and provide all the benefits of a comprehensive Bar Review course without requiring you to pay thousands of dollars A name you know. A name you trust. Emanuel Bar Review - helping law students succeed.

Emergency Medical Technician Exam Review

Author: Kirsten M. Elling
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1133131263
Format: PDF, ePub
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With over 1,500 practice questions, the second edition of Emergency Medical Technician Exam Review is essential for anyone planning a career as an EMT. Designed to prepare students for the certification exam, questions are based on the EMT level of the National EMS Educational Standards and follow the American Heart Association Guidelines for ECC and CPR. In addition, a CD-ROM included in the back of the book contains two full-length practice exams that are fully updated for the new second edition. Emergency Medical Technician Exam Review features simple to complex questions based on realistic scenarios to ensure that students practice for success! Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Collaborative Learning and Writing

Author: Kathleen M. Hunzer
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786489774
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Although most writing instructors know the benefits of collaborative learning and writing in college writing classes, many remain unsure how to implement collaborative techniques successfully in the classroom. This collection provides a diversity of voices that address the “how tos” of collaborative learning and writing by addressing key concerns about the process. Fresh essays consider the importance of collaborative work and peer review, the best ways to select groups in classes, integration of collaborative learning techniques into electronic environments, whether group learning and writing are appropriate for all writing classes, and ways special populations can benefit from collaborative activities. Despite its challenges, collaborative learning can prove remarkably effective and this study provides the advice to make it work smoothly and successfully.

The Paramedic Exam Review

Author: Bob Elling
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285401786
Format: PDF
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With over 2,000 multiple choice questions, the Paramedic Exam Review is a must-have tool for students preparing for State or National certification exams. Newly revised, the third edition reflects the requirements of the paramedic level in the National EMS Educational Standards and the American Heart Association Guidelines for ECC and CPR. Questions ranging from easy to complex are written in a style similar to those found on State and National exams, and corresponding answers offer insightful rationale to assist students with comprehension of critical information and ensure that they are prepared for success -- on their certification exam, and beyond. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Johns Hopkins ABSITE Review Manual

Author: Robert A. Meguid
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 1469831678
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Written by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty and surgical residents, the second edition of The Johns Hopkins ABSITE Review Manual delivers comprehensive coverage of the American Board of Surgery In-Training Examination through two full-length practice tests. Both tests are based on actual key words from recent ABSITEs, and are accompanied by test review sections, which go over every practice test question and answer, providing rationales behind surgical decision-making. ABSITE-style question format familiarizes readers with the test’s presentation and content. This edition features twice the number of questions as in the previous edition, offering even more opportunities for self-paced review. Rationales for correct and incorrect responses help to identify the test-taker’s strengths and weaknesses. A convenient companion website offers a complete online test bank to facilitate studying on the go and simulate the actual examination. This book is ideal not only for those preparing for the ABSITE, but also for surgeons and residents studying for the general surgery qualifying exam and for all surgical residents seeking to review key topics during rotations.

Project Management Case Studies and Lessons Learned

Author: M. Kemal Atesmen
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498700403
Format: PDF
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Project managers who lead globally dispersed teams face unique challenges in managing project stakeholders, scope, knowledge sharing, schedules, resources, and above all team execution in a global business environment. Finding timely solutions to challenging events becomes more difficult in a global project environment. This book presents more than 80 case studies designed to help project managers craft solutions to the typical problems that can occur in global projects. The author describes surprising, unexpected, and catastrophic cases that he encountered during his 35 years of project management experience in the global arena. The author details the background of each challenging case and then explains how he remedied the issue at hand. Some cases involve a logical step-by-step approach toward a solution, while others require unorthodox steps to get the project on the right track. The book includes lessons learned after every case. This book is designed to help global project managers become more proactive, careful, disciplined, and ready for sudden surprises that can affect their projects. The project cases detailed in this book support and guide the strategizing process that occurs during the execution of global projects. The book emphasizes the importance of documenting lessons learned after each project to prevent making the same mistakes in the future.