How Changing What You Believe Will Give You the Great Life You've Always Wanted
Author: Gary Smalley
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Out of your heart flow your words and actions. Change your heart, and you'll change your life. According to best-selling author Dr. Gary Smalley, nobody has to live by the destructive subtle lies or believe the distortions of truth this world holds out to us. There are steps, strategies, and beliefs people can bring to their lives to either totally transform them or quietly improve them-and it all starts with hiding God's Word in their hearts. Hiding God's Word in his heart radically changed the life of Smalley himself, and he is seeing it revolutionize the lives of people around him as well-from lust, materialism, selfishness, anger, stress, overeating, anxiety, and guilt, just to name a few. No matter a person's age, experiences, or previous patterns, this book will guide readers to the whys and hows of orchestrating their beliefs to forever change their lives and relationships.
This poetry is a result of my quiet time. It is the product of my devotional time spent in prayer and meditation. It is the quiet yearnings from my heart to the heart of God. These are more than peoms, or words on paper. The words set to poetry are my prayers to God. I pray that whoever reads them will be touched and changed. The message is simplistic but real.
My book is about weight lose. Basically, stress, environment, food effects the body and you gain weight. Stress is demanding on the heart. Therefore, your heart should be the primary goal in training. As well as eating the appropriate foods needs to be the focus to lose weight.
Tools And Tactics for Leading Change in Your Organization
Author: Dan S. Cohen
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
Category: Business & Economics
In 1996, John P. Kotter's Leading Change became a runaway best seller, outlining an eight-step program for organizational change that was embraced by executives around the world. Then, Kotter and co-author Dan Cohen's The Heart of Change introduced the revolutionary "see-feel-change" approach, which helped executives understand the crucial role of emotion in successful change efforts. Now, The Heart of Change Field Guide provides leaders and managers tools, frameworks, and advice for bringing these breakthrough change methods to life within their own organizations. Written by Dan Cohen and with a foreword by John P. Kotter, the guide provides a practical framework for implementing each step in the change process, as well as a new three-phase approach to execution: creating a climate for change, engaging and enabling the whole organization, and implementing and sustaining change. Hands-on diagnostics—including a crucial "change readiness module"—reveal the dynamics that will help or hinder success at each phase of the change process. Both flexible and scaleable, the frameworks presented in this guide can be tailored for any size or type of change initiative. Filled with practical tools, checklists, and expert commentary, this must-have guide translates the most powerful approaches available for creating successful change into concrete, actionable steps for you and your organization. Dan Cohen is the co-author, with John P. Kotter, of The Heart of Change, and a principal with Deloitte Consulting, LLC.
First time in print?the fantastic new Celta novel from the award-winning author of Heart Fate. Robin D. Owens returns to the world of the faraway planet Celta in the eighth novel of her award-winning series. Signet D?Marigold?s lonely life is shaken when a prophet reveals she is a catalyst for change. But to accept her new life?and the charge of the noble child Avellana?means embracing a danger that may be fatal for them both. Especially when Signet?s attraction to her new bodyguard signals a secret enemy sworn to destroy them.
A Change of Heart: Understanding the Kingdom of God by Clemmie A. Scott, Jr. is a piece of Christian non-fiction literature for anyone—new or life-time believer—looking to deepen their relationship with God. Focusing on the heart as the metaphorical connection between men and women and their Creator, the book makes use of multiple points of scripture to argue for the condition of the heart with and without Christ. The book is broken down into five parts: The precondition of the heart and its connection to inherited sin, the transformation of the heart when dedicated to God, the role of the Holy Spirit in transforming the heart, understanding the kingdom of God with a transformed heart, and the role of the heart in transforming marriages. As Scott summarizes, “The heart, the seat of human intention, desire, and belief, must be understood, transformed, and renewed in community in order to allow one entrance and full participation in the Kingdom of God. “ A Change of Heart is uplifting, approachable, and encourages a positive relationship with God.
Emerson “Em” Jordan always wanted a Valentine’s Day wedding. But after being dumped by her boyfriend, she spends the holiday at Seashell Cottage on the Gulf Coast of Florida with Devin Gerard, a family friend who has no interest in her or any other woman and is instead concentrating on his pediatric medical practice and continuing medical missions in Costa Rica. Em, who’s always wanted a large family, doesn’t mind his disinterest. At thirty-two, she’s decided she doesn’t need a husband to have a child or to adopt one. First, she’s going to fulfill her dream of setting up her own landscape design business in upstate New York and has promised to continue to help run her grandmother’s flower shop. It isn’t until Em and Devin become friends that Em realizes she might want more than friendship from him. But with his work in Miami and Costa Rica and her busy life in New York, it’s out of the question until something happens that changes everything, even a couple of hearts.
Real-life Stories of how People Change Their Organizations
Author: John P. Kotter
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
Category: Business & Economics
Outlines an eight-step program by which companies can implement effective large-scale change, noting the importance of shifting employee thinking patterns and citing the stories of more than 100 organizations.
When teaching the Bible, what is the best theory, and what are the best practices to stimulate deeper student learning? Heart-Deep Teaching was written for parents, teachers, and students of the Word who desire to apply its principles in life transforming ways. The concept of “heart-deep teaching and learning” is based on a Hebrew understanding of the “heart” as the innermost essence of a person that involves the mind, emotions, and will. When the heart is engaged by the power of the Holy Spirit within the context of God’s Word, both character and behavioral changes occur. To actively engage students’ emotions, mind, will, and body in learning, a heart-deep teacher uses strategies involving interaction, drama, reflection, story-telling, wonder, movement, creativity, acting-out, problem-solving, and wrestling with the principles discovered in the biblical text. By integrating accurate methods of analyzing the biblical text and current research in teaching and learning, the book attempts to help teachers understand the theoretical and practical skills to create their own lessons, adapt lessons from published curriculums, and improve their own strategies of studying and teaching the Word.