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When Rick Hansen was paralyzed from the waist down at the age of 15, he knew he had to learn to change. He and psychologist Joan Laub present what he learned about change. They describe how to embrace and benefit from change, outlining seven steps to set and plan goals, overcome obstacles, and follow through to success.
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THE SIZZLING SEQUEL THAT IS NOW A NETFLIX MOVIE STARRING JOEY KING AND JACOB ELORDI! Visit the kissing booth for another dose of fun, fresh romance from Beth Reekles. Elle Evans seems to have finally tamed hotter-than-hot bad boy Noah Flynn, but now they're facing a new challenge. Noah's 3,000 miles away at Harvard, which means they're officially a long-distance couple - and it's tough. After all, there's only so much texts and calls can do- and when Elle sees a post which suggests Noah's getting friendly with someone else, she's devastated. On top of that, it's hard to ignore new boy Levi. He's gentle, sweet, cute - and definitely interested in Elle. With her heart on the line, what's a girl to do? Join Elle, Noah, Lee and all your favorite Kissing Booth characters for another amazing romantic story that's sure to have you swooning.
"Long-distance oceanic and overland trade along the Eurasian landmass in the 1400s was largely dominated by Chinese, Indian, and Arabic traders and predominantly conducted over short trajectories by sole traders or organized around small-scale enterprises. Yet, within two centuries of Europeans' arrival in the Indian Ocean in 1498, long-distance trade throughout Eurasia was mainly taken over by them. By 1700, they had formed new, large-scale, and impersonal organizations, primarily a joint-stock business corporation between English East India Company (EIC) and Dutch East India Company (VOC). This allowed them to transform trade from an enterprise dominated by many small traders moving goods over short segments to a vertically integrated firm that was able to control goods from their origin to the end consumers. This rise of the business corporation proved essential for the economic rise of Europe. Why did the corporation arise indigenously only in Europe, and given its effective organization of long-distance trade, why wasn't it mimicked by other Eurasian civilizations for 300 years? Harris closely examines the role played by forms of organization in the transformation of Eurasian trade between 1400 and 1700, comparing the organizational forms that were used in four major civilizations: Chinese, Indian, Middle Eastern, and Western European. Through this comparative perspective, he argues that the organizational design of the EIC and VOC, the first long-lasting joint-stock corporations, enabled large-scale multilateral impersonal cooperation for the first time in human history. He also argues that this new organizational form enabled the English and Dutch to deploy more capital, more ships, more voyages, and more agents than other organizational forms"--
Going the Distance is the compelling tale of George Thomas's quest to prove himself physically and emotionally after a car accident left him with life-threatening epileptic seizures. It is told through Thomas's own eyes. The harsh elements, grueling climbs and sleep deprivation bring to his mind the obstacles that he overcame in order to simply ride a bicycle after the accident.
Sea-kayaking in the Hauraki Gulf, mountain-biking in the Maniototo, horse-trekking in the Urewera, canoeing on the Whanganui River, camping and tramping are some of the activities in this book encouraging women to venture into the outdoors. Travel journalist Tess Redgrave and award-winning photographer Becky Nunes left their comfortable, Auckland urban lives to make the ten journeys described in their inspirational book. * Fiordland * Catlins, Southland * Otago Central Rail Trail * Port Pegasus, Stewart Island * Tora Walkway, South Wairarapa * Whanganui River, Central North Island * Te Urewera, East North Island * Eastern Bay of Plenty * * Rangitoto and Motutapu Islands * Cape Reinga, Far North All the practical information required to embark on each of these journeys - maps, gear lists, contact details of operators - is included at the end of each chapter together with a list of futher reading, both historical and contemporary. Although women have always 'gone outdoors' in New Zealand, in the last 10 to 15 years they have started to go out in droves and there are now operators offering opportunities both for those who want to be challenged to their physical limits and for those seeking a more gentle meander through the land. The journeys in Going the Distance are medium adrenalin and should be accessible to women of all ages and reasonable fitness. Another dimension is added to several stories where the modern day journey is layered over the top of an early colonial woman's experience. For example the seven-day sea voyage from Doubtful Sound to Preservation Inlet was inspired by the 1898 trip of 2 Victorian travellers. The account of their journey makes an interesting contrast as does Katherine Mansfield's The Urewera Notebook which accompanies Tess and Becky on their horse-trek into the same country. These personal stories capture the essence of the journeys - the human side of the experience and the women's response to the environment. From venturing into the sub-Antarctic ocean to kayak in Stewart Island to tramping in the far-north they are challenged by the elements, however their adventures illustrate the joy and satisfaction to be gained by going outside one's comfort zone and heading into the outdoors. 130 colour photographs illustrate the stories and entice the reader to explore further. 'These stories are about journeying 'distances' in the widest sense - through a physical landscape, following the paths of those who've gone before. But they are also about distances travelled with other people and with oneself. As can often be true of the outdoor experience: sometimes the more difficult the journey, the greater the distance travelled.' Tess Redgrave
The 1970s ushered in boxing's greatest class of heavyweight fighters. The fight game has never before or since seen such a talented and charismatic group. Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Larry Holmes, and Ken Norton have been hailed as "Champions Forever, " as the world heavyweight title was passed among them throughout the decade. On March 31, 1973, Norton broke Ali's jaw in the process of winning a 12-round decision over "The Greatest." Going the Distance traces the incredible path of Norton's life, from Jacksonville, Illinois, to Northeast Missouri State University, to the U.S. Marines, to his historic bout with Ali in San Diego, California, and on to his life today. The book includes exclusive personal photos from Norton's collection, as well as a chronology of Norton's 49 professional fights.
"Going the Distance" identifies eight key obstacles to the long-term success of great businesses--and shows exactly how to overcome them. Former Cisco SVP Kevin Kennedy and leading consultant Mary Moore show how to assess corporate health and correct weaknesses in leadership, strategy, product, marketplace alignment, governance, and more--before it's too late. "Going the Distance" provides a total framework for maintaining market leadership into the next generation!
A posthumous memoir by the physician, writer, and master athlete offers a moving and honest account of his battle against inoperable cancer, describing his pain, fear, and anger at the illness and his impending death and his struggle to live life to its fullest. 50,000 first printing.
One girl, one horse, one dream only need one chance to prove themselves. A girl and her mixed bred horse try to join the world of horse racing, but nobody is willing to take them on, no one to test them. A girl wanting to join in a man's sport "Sport of Kings", and a mixed bred horse running among the world's pristine and carefully bred "Pure bloods". Can they accomplish the impossible and be able to join their world when all odds are against them?
A visceral, true telling of life growing up with an abusive mother, a hard-working father, and four siblings who I leaned upon to overcome depression, immense sorrow, and crippling guilt. Through my experiences, I've learned that everyone has a story. Everyone deals with hardships and obstacles and losses and failures. And too often, people use these traumatic events as excuses to give up and not try to be the best version of themselves possible. I thought about giving up on myself, about quitting and allowing myself to be enveloped by destructive emotions and things I couldn't control. My story delves into all that I faced, the choices I had to make, and the life lessons I learned along the way.
Olivia Clarke’s fall from pretty, perfect, and popular happened in an instant. With her life in tatters, she impulsively accepts a teaching job in the small city of Lazhou, China. Three months in, she’s ready to admit she made a huge mistake. She doesn't speak Mandarin, the teachers at her school refuse to include her in anything, and she spends her nights watching counterfeit DVDs in her twin bed. Alone. Jarek McLean is a loner. He’s not looking for friends, and he’s definitely not looking for love. The former army interrogator now works as a carpenter for a small construction company rebuilding a travel office in Lazhou. When he meets Olivia he knows immediately she’s too wholesome to be his type, but when he discovers the pretty kindergarten teacher is hiding a secret, his inquisitive side rears its nosy head and demands answers. Olivia isn't interested in a one-sided interrogation, and makes her position clear: if Jarek wants to ask questions, he’ll have to answer some, too. Jarek’s never let anyone in—not into his apartment, not into his life, certainly not into his heart. But the closer he gets to Olivia, the more he falls for her, and suddenly the man who doesn't do relationships finds himself in a most unexpected one. When he reluctantly admits that this could be love, he’s faced with the most terrifying question of all: What the hell does he do now?
Bestselling author Steve Farrar has good news for the average man: it doesn't matter if you've had a great start in the Christian life, or a rough one. It doesn't matter if you've stumbled time and again, or even fallen flat on your face. What matters most in this all-important race of life is how you finish. According to Farrar, the man who hangs in there for the long haul with his wife, his kids, and his Lord is an exception these days. Finishing Strong, now in trade paperback, offers lively use of Scripture, contemporary illustrations, and study questions to equip every reader to be that exception. For the man who wants to climb the character ladder more than the corporate one, this is an essential tool.
The second edition contains updated research and new materials on blending, assessment, student retention, course development, course design, conferences, awards, copyright, tips and teaching techniques for the online classroom.