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Title : Administrative Side of Coaching
Author : Richard Leonard
Total pages: 308 pages
Coaches and athletic program administrators face a wide array of challenges as they attempt to ensure that their programs are efficient and effective. Difficult decisions are made on a daily basis regarding issues such as facility scheduling, fundraising, travel budgeting, and marketing. Their decisions concerning those and other matters determine a programa s current and future success. The Administrative Side of Coaching: Applying Business Concepts to Athletic Program Administration and Coaching, 2nd Edition, guides future practitioners and current professionals in adapting the tools utilized by todaya s top business managers to assist them in meeting the demands they face on a daily basis. In developing the second edition of this text, author Dr. Richard Leonard, a former coach himself at the collegiate level, updated the concepts of coaching administration to include the most recent business models and applied those theories to the professions of coaching and athletic program administration. While the foundational information from the widely adopted first edition remains intact, this new edition of The Administrative Side of Coaching offers a greater focus on practical application of coaching administration. Updates include new chapter designs, contemporary support references, additional administrative philosophies, and a more comprehensive coverage of the individual topics of coaching administration.
Title : Living Outside The Cubicle - The Ultimate Success Guide For The Aspiring Entrepreneur
Author : Darren Sugiyama
Total pages: 256 pages
"Living Outside The Cubicle truly is The Ultimate Success Guide For The Aspiring Entrepreneur. If you've ever dreamed of accomplishing greatness, and building your own business, this book lays down the blueprint of how to achieve massive success in both business, and life in general.Written by multi-talented entrepreneur Darren Sugiyama, this book clarifies, directs and inspires all who dream of one day becoming a successful entrepreneur. Darren not only shares his secrets on what has made him successful, but also teaches you his step-by-step process of business development, goal setting, marketing, branding, leadership, and confidence building.Never before has there been a book that has fully encompassed each step of becoming a successful entrepreneur, where you can say to yourself, "Now I know EXACTLY what I need to do!" This book will literally change your business life forever"--Amazon.com.
Title : Doctrine of the Priesthood Vol 5 No. 1 - President Brigham Young’s Doctrine on Deity — An Organized Collection of His Own Statements Part 2
Author : N.A
Publisher: Collier's Publishing
Total pages: N.A pages
Title : The Shades of blue: upgrading coastal resources for the sustainable development of the Caribbean SIDS
Author : UNESCO. Office of the Caribbean
Total pages: 140 pages
Title : The World From Outside Its Box
Author : Brent Lang
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Total pages: 202 pages
The World from Outside Its Box takes an in-depth look at what many of us do not consider as we get caught up in our everyday routines, our collection of thoughts and emotions that wrap us up into what we think is our reality. The World from Outside Its Box is exactly that, a world from outside its box.
Title : The Timeline of Presidential Elections
Author : Robert S. Erikson,Christopher Wlezien
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 216 pages
In presidential elections, do voters cast their ballots for the candidates whose platform and positions best match their own? Or is the race for president of the United States come down largely to who runs the most effective campaign? It’s a question those who study elections have been considering for years with no clear resolution. In The Timeline of Presidential Elections, Robert S. Erikson and Christopher Wlezien reveal for the first time how both factors come into play. Erikson and Wlezien have amassed data from close to two thousand national polls covering every presidential election from 1952 to 2008, allowing them to see how outcomes take shape over the course of an election year. Polls from the beginning of the year, they show, have virtually no predictive power. By mid-April, when the candidates have been identified and matched in pollsters’ trial heats, preferences have come into focus—and predicted the winner in eleven of the fifteen elections. But a similar process of forming favorites takes place in the last six months, during which voters’ intentions change only gradually, with particular events—including presidential debates—rarely resulting in dramatic change. Ultimately, Erikson and Wlezien show that it is through campaigns that voters are made aware of—or not made aware of—fundamental factors like candidates’ policy positions that determine which ticket will get their votes. In other words, fundamentals matter, but only because of campaigns. Timely and compelling, this book will force us to rethink our assumptions about presidential elections.
Title : Double Blindside
Author : Don Pendleton
Publisher: Gold Eagle
Total pages: 320 pages
When U.S.-Turkish relations are jeopardized by the killing of U.S. operatives in Turkey, Phoenix Force must race against time to stop stolen nuclear devices from being detonated in both Turkey and America with the help of Able Team, who will do whatever it takes to neutralize the threat. Original.
Title : perforations: After the remainder: calls, comings, desiderata
Author : Robert Cheatham
Total pages: 636 pages
A selected perforations compilation of material from 1992 until 2014: calls, articles, and more. Theory, anti-data, communitarian, ghostly, hysterical, missed aim, infra thin (where the brain rubber hits the road)
Title : Siddhartha
Author : Hermann Hesse
Publisher: Bezige Bij b.v., Uitgeverij De
Total pages: N.A pages
Siddhartha is het verhaal van een brahmanenzoon die zijn leven wijdt aan het zoeken naar het ware zelf. Als asceet in de bergen mediteert en vast hij, maar vindt de waarheid niet. Zwervend als bedelmonnik hoort hij spreken over de Boeddha, maar ook de grote Meester kan hem de waarheid niet geven. Dan stort hij zich in het wereldse leven, wordt minnaar van de courtisane Kamala, verwerft rijkdom en bezit, totdat hij voelt hierin ten onder te zullen gaan; en opnieuw wordt hij bedelaar. Geleid door het heilige Om komt Siddhartha ten slotte aan de grote rivier, symbool van harmonie en vergankelijkheid. In de hut van de oude veerman leert hij de wereld der dingen lief te hebben en te begrijpen. "Van een steen kan ik houden, en ook van een boom of een stuk schors. Het zijn tastbare zaken, en van wat tastbaar is kan men houden. Maar van woorden kan ik niet houden. Daarom zie ik niets in een leer." Zo is Siddhartha van asceet en bedelmonnik, levensgenieter en rijkaard teruggekeerd tot de eenvoud van een kind: hij heeft de harmonie, het eeuwige Om gevonden. Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) ontving in 1946 de Nobelprijs voor Literatuur. Tot zijn beroemdste romans horen Demian, De steppewolf, Narziss en Goldmund en Het Kralenspel.
Title : The Quest for Leadership: Thomas E. Cronin and His Influence on Presidential Studies and Political Science
Author : Michael A. Genovese
Publisher: Cambria Press
Total pages: 322 pages
This publication from Cambria Press is released in conjunction with the 2015 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (#APSA2015) The book's main focus is on presidential leadership and draws inspiration from the scholarship of eminent political scientist Thomas E. Cronin. From evaluating the leadership successes and failures of President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama (e.g., on education policy, social security reform, health care, the surveillance of Americans) to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan and their handling of coalitions, this book also discusses presidents as war-time leaders, presidential leadership and authority, public leadership, US world leadership, and the role of chief justices. In addition, the book touches on leadership in higher education and in the global corporate context. Given its coverage, this book will be an important resource for many years to come. The Quest for Leadership, edited by distinguished political scientist Michael A. Genovese, brings together the thought-provoking analyses and critical discussions of top scholars and practitioners. This book is a must read not only for political scientists but also for anyone with an interest in leadership, especially in US politics.
Title : Insiders' Guide® to the Great Smoky Mountains
Author : Katy Koontz
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total pages: 264 pages
For more than twenty years, the Insiders’ Guide® series has been the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information—from true insiders whose personal, practical perspective gives you everything you need to know. The Great Smoky Mountains and their environs have been one of America’s most popular vacation destinations for more than half a century—and for good reason. From the awe-inspiring natural beauty and peaceful tranquility of the region’s wilderness areas to the world-famous craftspeople and attractions that make East Tennessee a first-rate family destination, this authoritative guide shows you how to take full advantage of the many wonders of “the Smokies.” Inside you'll find: • Countless details on how to live and thrive in the area, from the best places to shop and dine to neighborhoods and real estate • The inside scoop on the real Smokies, including mountain crafts, music theater, and Dollywood • Comprehensive listings of annual events, accommodations, and recreation opportunities • Sections dedicated to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the arts, children, and much more
Title : Insiders' Guide® to North Carolina's Mountains
Author : Constance Richards,Kenneth Richards
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total pages: 400 pages
Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Mountains is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to the region that includes Asheville, Biltmore Estate, Cherokee, Blue Ridge Parkway, and other nearby environs. Written by a local (and true insider), this guide offers a personal and practical perspective of the area and its surrounding environs.
Title : Insiders' Guide to the Great Smokey Mountains
Author : Dick McHugh,Mitch Moore
Publisher: Insiders' Guide
Total pages: 480 pages
In this ever changing area, authors Dick and Mitch bring the latest developments to you, leaving you time to get out there to enjoy all that the Great Smoky Mountains have to offer. Arranged in an easy-to-use format, the book guides you from Sevierville, Tennessee, south through Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, and on through the national park to Cherokee, North Carolina. Along your journey, you'll discover outdoor activities such as camping and river rafting. You can explore attractions such as Dollywood and even find that perfect place to eat and stay the night. If you're moving to the area, the chapters on Neighborhoods and Real Estate and Education and Childcare will be especially helpful. With the Insiders' Guide in hand, you're ready to take the Mountains by storm.
Title : Presidential Retreats
Author : Peter Hannaford
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 352 pages
A fascinating history of U.S. presidential vacation spots—collected for the first time in one guide that covers everything from Mount Vernon to Kennebunkport to Camp David. Where do you go to relax when you’re the leader of the free world? Even the president needs to get away from it all sometimes. From George Washington to Barack Obama, each of our presidents has sought solace from the tightly structured daily routines of the White House. As Ronald Reagan once said of his California ranch, “I do some of my best thinking there.” Peter Hannaford takes readers on a fascinating armchair vacation with each of our leaders, offering unique historical context for the why and the where of their chosen retreats. Which president asked visiting foreign dignitaries to send him seeds to plant at his family home? Who called his vacation property “Sherwood Forest” because it was “a good place for an outlaw”? Which adventure-loving Commander-in- Chief set up a Summer White House in New York every year? Who liked to cruise aboard the presidential yacht when faced with momentous wartime decisions? Who polled the American people to help him decide where to vacation? Presidential Retreats explores a side of the American presidency that we don’t often see—the downtime—as it offers an intriguing glimpse at the evolution of leisure time in this country.