Two lost stories from the Fourth Doctor's era: The Foe from the Future and The Valley of Death.
"What a treat! The Doctor and Leela"
The phenomenal international best seller Fish! told the story of a fictional company that transformed itself by applying lessons learned from Seattle's Pike Place Fish market. Now, with Fish! Tales, listeners can learn how people in real-life businesses boosted morale and improved results by implementing these same principles. Here are specific and tested techniques that can be put to use right away in any kind of business or organization, even at home.
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We have entered into an entirely new era, an age of increasingly frequent and intense periods of turbulence in the global economy. Unlike past recessions, today's crises have precipitated a need for businesses to develop a new mindset, one that takes into account intermittent periods of disturbance, allowing them to thrive while under the constant threat of chaos.
John Phillip Santos won immense acclaim for his book Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation, a finalist for the National Book Award. In this beautifully written new book, Santos tells of how a family—his mother’s—erased and forgot over time their ancient origins in Spain. Blending genres brilliantly, Santos raises profound questions about whether we can ever find our true homeland and what we can learn from our treasured, shared cultural legacies.
Here we present to you with three audiobook summaries on the topic. Each audio file has been compressed down to 10 minutes—the perfect length to grasp the book’s main ideas and put you ahead of the pack.
In this course, you'll find out how to gain a winner's mentality! Wish you had more drive? Remember when you first started your business, or your job or your new hobby? You had all the drive in the world and you felt like you could do anything but now you're hitting walls. Developing the correct mindset enables you to open up more drive and find motivations for your hustle. It's possible. It's not easy, but it's possible.
In this touching and humorous essay, John Philip Drury recounts coming of age during the Vietnam Era. With a low draft number and an exit from college looming, Drury faces the imminent possibility of fighting in a war that he opposes. In the meantime he tries and abandons a dream to become a songwriter, labors mightily to lose his virginity, and looks to the adult world around him for models of what he most wants to be - an artist.
How do we find God in a senseless world where we are overloaded with information and technology, distraught by the futility of politics and are constantly being controlled by the machines of progress? In a world obsessed with power and control, many are finding the inner peace we all seek by taking a step back instead of "forward" to identify with nature and common sense, back to the Garden of Eden in a sense. God has a far deeper and more personal meaning beyond the increasing complications of world religions and the rapid "progress" that mankind claims to be experiencing.
In this selection from The Fortune Book Club, two Pace University Business professors show you how to apply economics to business decision-making. Other programs from the Portable M.B.A. series are available in management, marketing, and entrepreneurship.
While Trump garnered enthusiastic applause from the Republican side of the aisle for marquee items such as replacing former president Obama’s health care law and reforming the tax code, major differences remain within the GOP on the specifics of how to move forward.
On Friday morning, Trump and his wife Melania Trump attended a service at St. John’s Episcopal Church near the White House, continuing an inauguration-day tradition. One of the preachers was expected to be Robert Jeffress, a Southern Baptist minister who is pastor of a Dallas megachurch, and who has made inflammatory condemnations of both Mormonism and Islam in the past.
"How Bernie Sanders Missed His Chance to Beat Hillary Clinton" is from the June 05, 2016 Politics section of The Washington Post. It was written by John Wagner, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"Hanging On" by Philip Gourevitch; "Subprime Homesick Blues" by James Surowiecki; "What's Normal?" by Jerome Groopman; "The Knowledge" by Henry Alford; "Cooked Books" by Adam Gopnik; "Blood on the Borders" by Clive James; "Dorian Purple" by Sasha Frere-Jones; "Designated Mourner" by John Lahr; and "In Disguise" by Anthony Lane.
What is the meaning of existence? Is there a "Grand Architect"? Is there an ultimate truth searched for by countless generations and lost in the mists of time? Today we have a new science, a new terminology to explain and expound upon the biggest beliefs and religious systems. It has become apparent that the truth and understanding of our inner selves is, in the end, our ultimate quest. The void between belief and reality is indicative of the troubled planet we live on.