Winning My Best Friend S Girl

Author : Piper Rayne
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Piper Rayne, Inc.
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 282 page

***NOW A USA TODAY BESTSELLER*** Imagine lying in a hospital bed and the doctor who pulls the curtain back to treat you is the one who got away. Even if you never really had her in the first place. She’s not only your high school crush, she’s the ex-girlfriend of your ex-best friend. The one girl you’ve always wanted. Here’s a step-by-step list to finally win her over… Key to win #1: Try not to take offense that she snuck back into town without telling you—six months ago. Key to win #2: Rekindle the friendship to ease the awkwardness. But… DO NOT enter the friend zone. Key to win #3: Ignore the fact that she went speed dating the night before. Take it as good a sign—maybe she’s looking for a relationship. Key to win #4: Attempt to keep the two of you out of the town gossip blog and away from your large family. Make sure you don’t let this last one throw you off your mission. Key to win #5: Don’t get deterred when you find out the past is about to repeat itself. Because the man she met at the speed dating night is your best buddy from work. Just remember, you sat back and let her slip away once, you won’t do it a second time. Failure is not an option. Author Note: This book does NOT contain cheating.

Winning Gifts

Author : Thomas C. Wilson
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780470233238
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 320 page

The secret to getting gifts and making donors feel like winners. Know the best approaches to people-centered fundraising. Understand the role of executive director, fundraisers, program managers, and volunteers in the win-win framework, the importance of listening, the case for a donor-centered approach, and the direct ways these concepts can be applied in a variety of fundraising settings. Includes numerous real-world examples taken from the author's own experience as chief philanthropy officer in nonprofits and as a leader in a well-known national nonprofit consulting company. Thomas D. Wilson is the vice president and western regional manager for Campbell & Company. His career in fundraising spans more than 25 years and includes building successful campaigns from inception, reinvigorating stalled initiatives, and board/staff training.

Winning Design

Author : James Jeffrey Trobaugh
Genre : Computers
Publisher : Apress
ISBN : 9781484221051
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 270 page

Design that works! It's what you need if you're building and competing with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robotics. You'll find uses for the new light sensors and gyro sensors in navigation, helping you to follow lines and make turns more consistently. Approach collision detection with greater confidence through EV3's ultrasonic sensor. Learn new designs for power attachments. Winning Design! is about building with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 for fun, for education, but especially for competition. Author James Trobaugh is an experienced coach and leader in the FIRST LEGO League. In this book, he shares his hard-won knowledge about design principles and techniques that contribute toward success in robotics competitions. Winning Design! unlocks the secrets of reliable design using LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. You’ll learn proven design patterns that you can employ for common tasks such as turning, pushing, and pulling. You’ll reduce and compensate for variation in performance from battery charge levels and motor calibration differences. You’ll produce designs that won’t frustrate you by not working, but that will delight you with their reliable performance in the heat of competition. Good design is about more than just the hardware. Software counts for a lot, and Winning Design! has you covered. You’ll find chapters on program design and organization with tips on effective coding and documentation practices. You’ll learn about master programs and the needed flexibility they provide. There’s even a section on presenting your robot and software designs to the judges. Winning Design! is the book you need if you're involved in competitions such as FIRST LEGO League events. Whether coach, parent, or student, you’ll find much in this book to make your design and competition experience fun and memorable, and educational. Don't be without this book if you're leading a team of young people as they build skills toward a future in technology. What You Will Learn Build winning robots on a foundation of good chassis design Reduce variability in robot mechanical movements Design modular attachments for quick change during competition Solve navigation problems such as steering, squaring up, and collision detection Manage software using master programs and other techniques Power your robot attachments via motors and pneumatics Who This Book Is For Students, parents, teachers, and coaches involved in LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robot design and programming.

Winning Debates

Author : Steven L. Johnson
Genre : Clean energy industries
Publisher : IDEA
ISBN : 1932716513
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 276 page

Powering the Future brings together material that assesses innovative solutions to the global climate and energy crises. It explores the fundamental differences between alternative and renewable energy sources, and the role of developing nations in implementing these technologies, among other issues. Chapters address: An overview of green energy sources and select worldwide initiatives The benefits of alternative energy Drawbacks to energy alternatives Differing approaches to alternative energy implemen-tation The alternative vs. renewable energy debate Alternative energy in the developing world. A general introduction and introductory essays to each chapter give the reader the necessary background to put the issue in perspective.

Building An Award Winning Guitar Program

Author : Bill Swick
Genre : Guitar
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780197609804
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 209 page

"It was 2005, and I was sitting in a large ballroom with over a thousand other music educators in the convention center for the Music Educators National Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, when we were told that music education was in crisis. Student enrollment in music classes like band, choir, and orchestra were dropping at an alarming rate nation-wide. Music educators were going to lose their jobs if they could not figure out ways to attract students into their classrooms. The message was clear: we needed to start considering all types of alternatives such as guitar, music technology, Mariachi, blue grass, rock band, song writing, music theory, hand bells-any type of music class that would attract students and save jobs"--

J K Lasser S Winning With Your 403 B

Author : Pam Horowitz
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780471217930
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 273 page

BUILD A SOLID RETIREMENT FOUNDATION BY TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR 403(b) Learning how to properly choose and maintain a 403(b) plan can be confusing and downright frightening without the proper information. J.K. Lasser?s Winning with Your 403(b) will educate you on this unique and powerful tax-sheltered retirement plan for employees of nonprofit organizations. Retirement planning is an important aspect of everyone?s financial strategy. This indispensable guide to 403(b)s will give you the insight and knowledge needed to ask the right questions when choosing a 403(b) plan, receive respectable returns on your investment, and reap the rewards of your plan as you head into retirement. Whatever your goals may be, if you are investing in a 403(b) as a vehicle for retirement, you should also invest in J.K. Lasser?s Winning with Your 403(b). Critical coverage will help you: * Learn why selecting the right 403(b) vehicle is crucial to the success of your investment returns * Pick the 403(b) plan that fits your specific needs by using a 10-point checklist * Compare 403(b) plans with other retirement plans including 401(k)s, Roth and traditional IRAs, annuities, and pension plans * Select funds to meet the objectives of your 403(b) plan * Develop sound investment strategies that will keep your 403(b) healthy * Steer your 403(b) through job changes, retirement, and beyond J.K. Lasser?Practical Guides for All Your Financial Needs Please visit our Web site at

The Winning Culture

Author : Neeraj Bali
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Pan Macmillan
ISBN : 9789390742523
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File Download : 302 page

'A great book on leadership and institution-building' Subroto Bagchi 'A must-read' General V. P. Malik ‘A culture-building toolkit for CEOs and CXOs’ J. Suresh ‘An essential read for leaders and visionaries’ Radhika Ghai Organizations are known to invest huge sums of money and substantial resources to design elaborate business strategies. Why then do these well-laid plans so frequently run aground? How come leaders find themselves struggling to motivate their rank and file despite offering generous monetary compensations? What makes it so difficult to build loyal, unified teams that are willing to put their company’s success above all else? According to Neeraj Bali, an Indian Army veteran turned executive performance coach, the root of these persisting problems is the lack of a robust company culture. Drawing from his vast military experience as well as interviews with members of the Army fraternity, Bali provides an easy-to-use culture-building toolkit for all those at the helm of teams big and small. Through powerful anecdotes from the battlefield – the Kashmir Valley, the Sri Lankan civil war, the insurgency in Assam, among others – he shows us how fine strategies are crafted and applied, the gravest of crises thoughtfully navigated, how team members strive to perform better and eagerly support one another, ultimately gaining overarching victories, all by way of a cohesive underlying culture. Such examples are then distilled into intelligent blueprints to help leaders build their own durable culture – the ultimate fount of high performance, effective collaboration and success. A power-packed compendium of tried and tested guidelines, The Winning Culture is the perfect handbook for leaders looking to revolutionize organizational culture and lead their teams to guaranteed wins.

The Winning Way 2 0

Author : Anita Bhogle
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Penguin Random House India Private Limited
ISBN : 9789354926143
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File Download : 232 page

What makes a sports champion? What makes winning teams? Why do only some teams keep winning while others win only for a while and then lose?" In The Winning Way 2.0, Harsha Bhogle and Anita Bhogle share the key elements that make a winning team. Answering key questions on management and strategy, the authors highlight some important points to remember, making them easier to interpret and understand by comparing them to certain aspects of cricket. This book is a contemporary, refreshing approach to leadership. It aims to change the way people look at the goals in their lives and sets out ways to achieve them.

Winning Instinct

Author : Virender Kapoor
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9789386250278
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File Download : 252 page

Passion, purpose, potential, perseverance are the qualities required to make great achievers and leaders. This book tells you how to · turn people into leaders · build trust and confidence · make you reach your destiny · transform your organization

Winning The War On Poverty

Author : Brian L. Fife
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN : 9781440832826
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File Download : 248 page

Applying lessons from history to the reality of poverty today in the United States—the most affluent country in the world—this book analyzes contributing factors to poverty and proposes steps to relieve people affected by it. American history is replete with efforts to alleviate poverty. While some efforts have resulted in at least partial success, others have not, because poverty is a multifaceted, complicated phenomenon with no simple solution. Winning the War on Poverty studies the history of poverty relief efforts in the United States dating to the nineteenth century, debunking misperceptions about the poor and tackling the problem of the ever-widening gap between the rich and poor. It highlights the ideological differences between liberal and conservative beliefs and includes insights drawn from a well-rounded group of disciplines including political science, history, sociology, economics, and public health. Premised on the idea that only the lessons of history can help policymakers to recognize that the United States has a persistent poverty problem that is much worse than it is in many other democracies, the book suggests an 18-point plan to substantively address this dilemma. Its vision for reform does not pander to any particular ideology or political party; rather, the objective of this book is to explain how the United States can win the war on poverty in the short term.