48 D as Hacia el Trabajo que Ama Spanish Edition

Author: Dan Miller
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1683509358
Format: PDF, Docs
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EN CUALQUIER ECONOMÍA, VALE LA PENA DESCUBRIR SU LLAMADO O VOCACIÓN De acuerdo con el experto en finanzas Dave Ramsey, "Pocas categorías de nuestras vidas nos definen y crecen espiritualmente, emocionalmente, relacionalmente y como personas. Nuestro trabajo es una de esas áreas decisivas. Lamentablemente, un 't-ra-b-a-j-o' es con lo que la mayoría de la gente se conforma. Pero como Dan Miller tan poderosamente señala en 48 días hacia el trabajo que ama, un llamamiento ilumina su vida. " Como principal pensador vocacional, Dan Miller le ayuda a comprender y organizar mejor sus habilidades dadas por Dios, rasgos de personalidad, valores, sueños y pasiones. A su vez, verá patrones claros que se formaran y le apuntaran hacia decisiones para una carrera exitosas. Lleno de conocimientos modernos y sabiduría intemporal, aquí hay un proceso paso a paso para crear un plan de vida y traducirlo en un trabajo diario significativo y satisfactorio. Con un montón de ideas inteligentes para prosperar en la fuerza de trabajo cambiante de hoy en día, esta edición revisada también incluye nuevos consejos sobre búsqueda de carrera y herramientas para la hoja de vida, habilidades de entrevista, negociación de salarios y más. Con contenido actualizado y nuevo, encontrará todo lo que necesita para proceder a encontrar en 48 días un trabajo que usted ame. ¡QUE COMIENCE LA CUENTA REGRESIVA! In Any Economy, It Pays to Discover Your Calling According to financial expert Dave Ramsey, “Few categories of our lives define us and grow us spiritually, emotionally, relationally, and as people. Our work is one of those defining areas. Sadly, a ‘j-o-b’ is what most people settle for. But as Dan Miller so powerfully points out in 48 Days to the Work You Love, a calling lights up your life.” As a leading vocational thinker, New York Times best-selling author Dan Miller helps you better understand and organize your God-given skills, personality traits, values, dreams, and passions. In turn, you’ll see clear patterns form that point you toward successful career decisions. Packed with modern insight and timeless wisdom, here is a step-by-step process for creating a Life Plan and translating it into meaningful, satisfying daily work. With plenty of smart ideas for thriving in today’s changing workforce, this revised edition also includes fresh tips on career search and resume tools, interview skills, negotiating salaries, and more. With both updated and brand new content, you will find everything you need to move you toward finding work that you love in just 48 Days. Let the Countdown Begin!

Translating New York

Author: Regina Galasso
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1786948672
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The pre-publication version of Translating New York was awarded the 2017 Northeast Modern Language Association Book Award for the best unpublished book-length manuscript on modern language literature. The cultural production of Spanish-speaking New York is closely linked to the Caribbean and to Latin America at large, but the city also plays a pivotal role in the work of a host of authors from the Iberian Peninsula, writing in Spanish, Catalan, and English. In many cases, their New York City texts have marked their careers and the history of their national literatures. Drawing from a variety of genres, Translating New York recovers cultural narratives occluded by single linguistic or national literary histories, and proposes that reading these texts through the lens of translation unveils new pathways of cultural circulation and influence. Looking beyond representations of the city's physical space, Translating New York suggests that travel to the city and contact with New York's multilingual setting ignited a heightened sensitivity towards both the verbal and non-verbal languages of the city, garnering literary achievement and aesthetic innovation. Analyzing the novels, poetry, and travel narratives of Felipe Alfau, José Moreno Villa, Julio Camba, and Josep Pla, this book uncovers an international perspective of Iberian literatures. Translating New York aims to rethink Iberian literatures through the transatlantic travels of influential writers.

It Happened on Washington Square

Author: Emily Kies Folpe
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801870880
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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A lively history of one of Manhattan's most interesting neighborhoods takes a close look at this long-time haven for writers, artists, and intellectuals built around one of the city's most popular parks. (History)

The Journey of Utopia

Author: Pablo Campos Calvo-Sotelo
Publisher: Nova Publishers
ISBN: 9781594545153
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In 1927, a group of advisors of King Alfonso XIII of Spain set off a journey to the United States. Their aim was to study the American University as a model for the design of the new University City in Madrid. Using the reconstruction of this cultural event as a guiding thread metaphor, the purpose of the Research Project is to study the roots and historical transformations that the University Space has experimented since its origins, under the impulse of Utopia, making special emphasis in its relation to the City. It will focus on the evolution of essential architectural models, beginning from its medieval germ in Europe: the exodus of the 'seed' of its embodied soul (the quadrangle) to the New World, the birth and diversification of the new model (campus) and, finally, in the early twentieth century, the 'return trip' to Europe of the modern idea, and the prolific heritage that it has generated in the contemporary University since then, from the point of view of the cultural connection between the Unites States and Europe.

Washington Square

Author: Henry James
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101635568
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"Washington Square is perhaps the only novel in which a man has successfully invaded the feminine field and produced work comparable to Jane Austen's," said Graham Greene. Inspired by a story Henry James heard at a dinner party, Washington Square tells how the rakish but idle Morris Townsend tries to win the heart of heiress Catherine Sloper against the objections of her father. Precise and understated, the book endures as a matchless social study of New York in the mid-nineteenth century. The Modern Library has played a significant role in American cultural life for the better part of a century. The series was founded in 1917 by the publishers Boni and Liveright and eight years later acquired by Bennett Cerf and Donald Klopfer. It provided the foundation for their next publishing venture, Random House. The Modern Library has been a staple of the American book trade, providing readers with afford- able hardbound editions of impor- tant works of literature and thought. For the Modern Library's seventy- fifth anniversary, Random House redesigned the series, restoring as its emblem the running torch- bearer created by Lucian Bernhard in 1925 and refurbishing jackets, bindings, and type, as well as inau- gurating a new program of selecting titles. The Modern Library continues to provide the world's best books, at the best prices.