Learn how to go online with a winning sales and marketing strategy in this insightful resource Go Live! Turn Virtual Connections into Paying Customers helps readers understand and take advantage of several online tools to boost their sales and increase their revenue. Accomplished salesperson, consultant, and online personality Jeffrey Gitomer describes how tools like Facebook Live and podcasting can drive sales and help you connect with your customers. You'll discover: How to use tools like YouTube, LinkedIn Live, podcasting, and Facebook Live to connect with and develop your leads How to properly utilize social media like Instagram and Twitter to spread your message and sell to clients How to promote and repurpose content to create as big an impact on your audience as possible Written specifically for a post-pandemic sales audience, Go Live! Turn Virtual Connections into Paying Customers delivers results for anyone expected to deliver sales results in a virtual environment. It also belongs on the bookshelves of those who hope to take their successful offline sales strategies to the online world.
An inspirational guide for overcoming adversity and leading a fulfilled life, with contributions by more than two dozen experts on personal transformation. Trials and difficulties are a part of life. Whether these adversities are related to one’s health, finances, career, or family, we all have burdens to work through. With wisdom from more than 25 transformational leaders, including New York Times–bestselling authors Janet Bray Attwood, Marci Shimoff and Chris Attwood, this inspiring collection offers practical advice for pushing through hardships and consciously creating the life you’ve always wanted. Here you will find engaging personal accounts punctuated with humor, deep insight, and heart-centered wisdom. These entertaining tales contain the knowledge, tools, and motivation you need to build abundance, happiness, health, and love. Covering topics from career to relationships to personal growth, this international team of authors will show you how to finally overcome some of life’s most stubborn challenges and live the life you were destined for. No matter what your circumstances, there is a way to make a change. Let Ready, Set, Live! Be your guide.
The Divine Secret to Living Healthy, Happy, and Healed
Author: Gloria Copeland
Publisher: Hachette UK
In LIVE LONG, FINISH STRONG, Gloria Copeland presents a scripturally sound program to help readers claim the Bible promise of a long and blessed life . . . and a glorious death by "divine appointment." Gloria believes the Bible teaches that God desires for every Christian to live healthily beyond 100. In this book, Gloria reveals that the secret to finding this "Bible-based fountain of youth" is in daily receiving by faith and obedience the life-giving Word of God and allowing it to energize and renew our bodies. Each chapter helps readers discover and implement the principles of this amazing process. Here is an insightful new look at God's divine health plan for His children and a personal invitation by the author to join her in living a long and strong life until God calls us home in victory and triumph.
Be Your Light: Working with Conscious Thought to Feel Good
Author: Lesley MacCulloch
Publisher: Balboa Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
We are brought up in a world where living in fear is both encouraged and accepted. Its normal to feel doubt, to feel guilt, to feel anger, to feel a failure. Its normal to lack enjoyment, self-confidence, and fulfilment. Its normal to live our lives according to what other people want of us, or what we think other people want of us, and to feel that, in a world where we constantly criticise and compare, were simply not good enough. But good enough for what? And in whose view? Its time to turn that thinking around. You are good enough! You were born with confidence and a healthy self-esteem. You were born to smile more. You were born to feel ease, to feel well, and to listen to your heart and your intuition. And you can reconnect with that you. You can live true to yourself, and you can feel contentment, joy, and harmony. You can find peace, acceptance, and inner strength. You are perfect, human, worthy. You are special. You are you, and the world needs you. Free the spirit thats still burning deep inside you, and shine! You are and you can!
The Worship lifestyle journey. 30 Days of spending more time with God.
Author: Jason Bryant
Publisher: Elm Hill
Do you feel far away from God? Do you feel disconnected from Him? Do you need to develop a habit of connecting with God daily? Well you are not alone, many feel this way daily as the Christian walk can sometimes be consumed by social media, jobs, and family duties. Studies show that a habit is formed within 21 days of consistency and this is the powerful core of the inspiring book, To Live as a Worshipper: The Worship lifestyle journey 30 days of spending more time with God. This book emerged from the heart of well-known worship leader, singer, songwriter and teacher Jason Bryant. In this book, Jason breaks the unrealistic thoughts of worship and helps you build a strong lifestyle that is communing daily with God. If you desire a more authentic connection with God this Worship journey will help you develop that consistency by taking the journey you need toward a stronger relationship past the 21 habit forming days to 30 solid days. Make no mistake, this journey will be life changing, but will require you to stay the course and connect with the one who desires to be with you.
The documentation of practice is one of the principle concerns of performance studies. Focusing on contemporary performance practice and with emphasis on the transformative impact of video, photography and writing, this book explores the ideological, practical, and representational implications of knowing performance through its documentations.
Slavoj iek is undoubtedly one of the world's leading cultural critics. His witty, psychoanalytically-inspired analyses of contemporary society have almost single-handedly revived the notion of ideology. His brilliant commentaries on the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan and the 19th century German Idealists have brought alive their often difficult ideas for a new generation of readers. But does iek have anything to say in his own right? Is there a system of thought that we can properly call " iekian"? This book argues that there is, through a reading of two terms in his workthe master-signifier and the act. Featuring an interview with iek himself, Slavoj iek: Live Theory presents a snapshot of the iek system ideal for undergraduates in social and cultural theory and philosophy.
Dr. El March has 30+ years of experience in the field of orthomolecular holistic psychotherapy and wellness coaching; as well as years of hands-on coaching when it comes to manifesting abundance in life. In this book, Dr. March explains the Universal laws that have been around for thousands of years in an easy to apply manner letting you see the ways you can manipulate this knowledge in creating an easy and abundant life. Discover the secret of creating your destiny from the powerful unused portions of your mind known as the theta state. The rich information in this book shows you how to reach that greater intelligence through easy steps that change your thinking from ordinary beta to theta, tapping into your inherent capacity in commanding your health, wealth and overall prosperity. Take a Step to Transform your life Today!
Why, you may ask, did I write this testimony? Because God wanted me to witness to you and those who feel that God is not the same as he was in the Bible days. To those who may be growing weary in waiting on God and thinking that maybe God is not going to do it for me like he did it for others; maybe it's just my dream. You may be feeling like I am going to go to my grave with all these gifts inside of me. God told me to write and prove to you that you will "live" until God's will for your life is complete, that you are never too old for God to use you, to heal you, to raise you up and manifest himself in your life. Get up from that down position in your mind and spirit, speak to yourself and say "I shall live. I shall not die until God brings his will forth in my life." The devil is a liar and a loser-I shall live and have life more abundantly; that is God's will for my life. God bless you all, my brothers and sisters in the Lord and even those of you reading this testimony and have never believed in God. May you live long enough to see God work a miracle in your life. "O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?" (1 Corinthians 15:55).
Greatness is a journey. It's a trip. It's a time thing. You don't get to be great; you become great. You don't get to be a great athlete, president, teacher, doctor, or Christian. You become great. Success doesn't come to you; you have to go after success. Your ship will never come in; you have to swim out to it. Great people read, study, learn, practice, and work hard. We are made in the image of greatness. Say yes to becoming a great Christian. That's what this book is about. Learn to Live 2: The Image of Greatness.
Many people speak about their problems in life. In fact, this is one of the hottest topics of conversations. It doesn't really matter where you meet someone, all it takes is a friendly smile to start pouring out your life's woes to them. Everyone does the same. The result is that no one really knows how happy one is. Since everyone is talking about their miseries, it does seem that no one around is leading an optimal life. This is where the problem lies. We think that the term 'optimal life' should have a definition. We think that we should be able to peg down someone's life entirely and say, "Ah, now his is an optimal life!" But it doesn't happen that way. You might think that someone with a lot of money or someone with a beautiful wife must have an optimal life. But when you get to know them better, you begin to see the problems that lie behind the exterior façade of theirs and you realize that their life is not what you thought it to be. There's a great saying that "If everyone were to throw their problems in a pile, and see everyone else's, they would grab their own right back". This is true. We think the neighbours are always happier than we are. We think they are leading a more optimal life than we are. But if we were really to sit down and make comparisons, quite likely, we would find our problems to be the least. So, where are we heading with this? The point here is that our lives are only as optimal as we want them to be. We have it entirely in our hands how beautiful we want to make our lives. If we want to sit and brood that life is toying with us in every way possible, it is. But if we plan to take things in our hands and not let life jerk us around, it won't. We have to plan just how much control we want to give our lives. An optimal life is a very individualistic thing. For us, an optimal life would be one in which we are completely contented and satisfied with whatever we have.
In 1975 Saturday Night Live came out of the gate swinging, with a daring, bold, and rebellious vibe that was new to television back then. With a cast of comedic actors known as the Not Ready for Prime Time Players, television producer Lorne Michaels launched a style of live television comedy that appealed specifically to young viewers with a taste for questioning authority—and that style stood the test of time. From hilarious characters—the Conehead family, Wayne Campbell, the Spartan cheerleaders, the Target Lady, and Stefon—to impressions of US presidents and politicians performed with spot-on precision, the late-night comedy show has shaped American comedy for four decades. With millions of loyal fans across a wide range of viewership demographics, Saturday Night Live has made a significant impact on American culture. It introduced catchphrases such as "Well, isn’t that special?" and "More cowbell!" It influenced public opinion through satirical political sketches and news commentary. It provided rich material for box office hits such as The Blues Brothers and Wayne’s World. It created megastars out of dozens of comedians. And in the process, the show earned an impressive roster of accolades including thirty-six Primetime Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award, and three Writers Guild of America Awards. It's been ranked as one of the greatest shows of all time and has been inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcasting Hall of Fame. Discover how the SNL brand of raucous humor has stayed meaningful and fresh over the years and continues to draw audiences today.
In The House I Live In, award-winning historian Robert J. Norrell offers a truly masterful chronicle of American race relations over the last one hundred and fifty years. This scrupulously fair and insightful narrative--the most ambitious and wide-ranging history of its kind--sheds new light on the ideologies, from white supremacy to black nationalism, that have shaped race relations since the Civil War. For, Norrell argues, it is ideology, more than politics or economics, that has powerfully sculpted the landscape of race in America. Beginning with Reconstruction, Norrell shows how the democratic values of liberty and equality were infused with new meaning by Abraham Lincoln, yet soon became meaningless for generations of African Americans, as white supremacy drove a wedge between the races. Indeed, the heart of this book paints a vivid portrait of the long, dangerous struggle of African Americans to defeat this pernicious mode of thought. Along the way, Norrell offers fresh and at times controversial appraisals of figures such as Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Martin Luther King, Jr., and dissects the ideas of racists such as novelist Thomas Dixon. Most important, he offers striking new insights into black-white history, observing for instance that the Civil Rights movement really began as early as the 1930s, and that contrary to much recent writing, the Cold War was a setback rather than a boost to the quest for racial justice. He also breaks new ground on the role of popular culture and mass media in first promoting, but later helping defeat, notions of white supremacy. Though the struggle for equality is far from over, Norrell writes that today we are closer than ever to fulfilling the promise of our democratic values, a promise first made by Lincoln at the battlefield of Gettysburg.
“Love Don't Live Here,” the first book from a generational series. A story about two young women in their early 20's and takes place during the early 1970's into the 80's.Barbara loves her boyfriend Trini dearly but finds out the hard way when he leaves her while she's six months pregnant, that love is not always what it seems. Having to raise their son Jermaine by herself poses to be a great task.Like Barbara, Beverly also becomes a single mother but through different circumstances. Her boyfriend Malik, a conscious young man in his early 20's and is a member of the Black Panther party, winds up getting killed during a bank robbery. This leaves Beverly to fend for herself and two children, Derrik and Tinesha. Being a woman she knows what it takes to raise Tinesha into womanhood, but is lost when it comes to Derrik.The two women invite us into the world of relationships and single motherhood. In the end we all find out “it's about doing and being the best that one can be.”
YOU ARE DOOMED IF YOU LIVE IN THESE AREAS! The worst spots on Earth and places in America infested with negative energy and bad luck. Published by Times Square Press and the Ramadosh Society, New York. Originally written in 1964, in Cairo, Egypt, and taken from the "AT Transcripts" 1947-1948, USA. In secret meetings the United States had with alien species in 1947 and 1948, the "Galactic Beings" explained and pinpointed to us countries and locations (Areas and States) which are infested with negative energy and producing all sorts of mishaps, catastrophes, and bad luck.
In today's competitive, always-on global marketplace, businesses need to be able to make better decisions more quickly. And they need to be able to change those decisions immediately in order to adapt to this increasingly dynamic business environment. Whether it is a regulatory change in your industry, a new product introduction by a competitor that your organization needs to react to, or a new market opportunity that you want to quickly capture by changing your product pricing. Decisions like these lie at the heart of your organization's key business processes. In this IBM® RedpaperTM publication, we explore the benefits of identifying and documenting decisions within the context of your business processes. We describe a straightforward approach for doing this by using a business process and decision discovery tool called IBM Blueworks LiveTM, and we apply these techniques to a fictitious example from the auto insurance industry to help you better understand the concepts. This paper was written with a non-technical audience in mind. It is intended to help business users, subject matter experts, business analysts, and business managers get started discovering and documenting the decisions that are key to their company's business operations.
31 Easy Tips to Improve Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Vitality
Author: Julia Scalise, DN, PhD
Category: Health & Fitness
In my fifteen years of listening to clients say they’re overwhelmed with life’s responsibilities and financial challenges to keep up with health and wellness goals, I compiled these thirty-one tips to serve their needs. The tips are easy, mostly cost-free, and success-proven. In this book, you will learn: • nine tips for improving physical well-being • eight tips for improving mental well-being • seven tips for improving emotional well-being • seven tips for improving spiritual well-being Improving vitality and well-being is easier and less expensive than you might expect.