... ISBN: 978-1-6642-3166-5 (sc) ISBN: 978-1-6642-3165-8 (hc) ISBN: 978-1-6642-3167-2 (e) Library of Congress Control Number: 2021908181 WestBow Press rev. date: 05/11/2021 FIVE SIMPLE RULES Ellen T. Reed I owe tremendous gratitude.
Author: Ellen T. Reed
Publisher: WestBow Press
Category: Family & Relationships
If you’re a man looking to attract a nice, Christian woman for a lifelong relationship—or if you’re a woman struggling to find an authentic partner—you need Five Simple Rules. Ellen T. Reed, a certified transformational life coach, reflects on personal experiences and shares observations to help men and women attract the right partner. Her lessons reveal how to make your relationship endure through even the most difficult conversations. Get answers to questions such as: • How do you really romance a woman? • When is the right time to introduce intimacy into a relationship? • How can you focus on someone’s depth of personality instead of looks? • How should you view online dating sites? The author also focuses on bolstering communication skills, how to determine if you’re compatible, and how to decide if you’re ready to date in the first place. At the end of the book, you’ll know how to find the right partner and keep your relationship blooming from the first date through years of marriage.
Author: Dr. Pierre ChristianPublish On: 2014-05-21
These five minutes seemed eternal;I had to end it myself by saying, “OK, now I am going to let you continue working now, we will talk some more ... This book will teach you my five simple rules to great classroom management: 1. Rule no.
Author: Dr. Pierre Christian
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
“They are just kids, it can’t be that bad”, this is what I told myself after accepting my first teaching job. But my first day in the classroom with a couple dozen of 8th graders gave me a reality check. I still remember that day like it was yesterday when I walked into that classroom, and that door closed behind me. As if they were trained, all their little head turned toward me and their eyes were analyzing every move I make. Physically I am pretty big man, about 6’2 over 280 pounds and I have never been so threaten in my life by a bunch of 12 -13 years old. I had just got hired at a new school on a career change. Not even in my wildest dream I taught I would be a teacher. Last time I had set foot into a classroom before that was back in college. It was a Monday, in January, a little after non, I was only suppose to sign some documents when one of the assistant principal called a gentlemen named Mr. Frank and said; Hey Mr. Frank, why don’t you show Mr. Christian his class. It was a very nice campus, very quiet and while walking I kept telling myself; it can’t be that bad, I just switch career from been a correctional officer, they are just kids. I had that mixed feeling, I was at the sane time hoping for the walk toward the classroom to last forever and at the same time I wanted to just see what I was up against and get it over with. We had just made a left and I heard; “here it is”. As he was turning that key into the doorknob I was trying pick through the half opened blinds to see them and it was about time to cross that line of no return. We walked in and Mr. Frank made his way to the front of the class and stated: Class meet Mr. Christian; your new teacher- Mr. Christian meet your class”. And he walked off and sat next to the sub that was in the classroom. I was standing, in front of them and they were just staring at me. I tried to introduce myself, and telling how it was a pleasure to meet them and that I was looking forward to working with them. Most of them acted as if they were actually listening, I don’t know if it’s because they were still studying me or what it was. There was that one boy in the back; little dark skin kid, with his socks matching his t-shirt, matching his backpack etc. Every sentence I started, he finished it with a comment, making the rest of the class laugh. I was hoping for someone to come to my rescue and make that boy disappear but that never happened. These five minutes seemed eternal, I had to end it myself by saying: “ Ok now I am going to let you continue working now, we will talk some more tomorrow.” I did not close my eyes that night, I was revising my speech, my action, I basically planned the entire day second by second. Well, comes tomorrow I realized that there are no such thing as typical day in middle school. I wish someone had told me not to loose my sleep over it. There is a specific reason why I shared my own story with you. I want to show you that I understand what you are going through. I have been in your shoes and I am sharing with you what helped me become a great classroom manager. I had to learn quickly how to manage a classroom in order to become to become successful. This book will teach you my 5 simple rules to great classroom management. Rule # 1: Build a lasting relationship. Rule # 2: Choose your battle. Rule # 3: Teach the whole child. Rule # 4 Occupy their mind. Rule # 5 Stay on the bridge.
In contrast, the group that was encouraged to be creative without any simple rules performed no better than the group ... follows five simple rules: (1) no blues; (2) no guitar solos; (3) no slide guitar; (4) no covers; and (5) no bass.
Author: Donald Sull
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Business & Economics
Outlines an approach to high-performance problem-solving and decision-making that draws on insights from survival guides, pop culture and other sources. Co-written by the award-winning author of The Upside of Turbulence. 75,000 first printing.
Simple. Rule. Five. Extend the Shadow of the Future. I. n this chapter, we will describe a rule that creates feedback loops in a very particular and powerful way by exploiting the effect of time. What game theory calls the “shadow of ...
Author: Yves Morieux
Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
Category: Business & Economics
Two senior members of the Boston Consulting Group discuss how the complicated layers of management and hierarchy in business today make it difficult for people to do their jobs and describe a solution for managing this increasing complexity. 25,000 first printing.
Author: Institute of MedicinePublish On: 2014-01-11
(2012) identified five simple rules that were likely to enhance the success of transformation initiatives: “1) blend designated leadership with distributed leadership, 2) establish feedback loops, 3) attend to history, ...
Author: Institute of Medicine
Publisher: National Academies Press
Obesity poses one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century, creating serious health, economic, and social consequences for individuals and society. Despite acceleration in efforts to characterize, comprehend, and act on this problem, including implementation of preventive interventions, further understanding is needed on the progress and effectiveness of these interventions. Evaluating Obesity Prevention Efforts develops a concise and actionable plan for measuring the nation's progress in obesity prevention efforts-specifically, the success of policy and environmental strategies recommended in the 2012 IOM report Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention: Solving the Weight of the Nation. This book offers a framework that will provide guidance for systematic and routine planning, implementation, and evaluation of the advancement of obesity prevention efforts. This framework is for specific use with the goals and strategies from the 2012 report and can be used to assess the progress made in every community and throughout the country, with the ultimate goal of reducing the obesity epidemic. It offers potentially valuable guidance in improving the quality and effect of the actions being implemented. The recommendations of Evaluating Obesity Prevention Efforts focus on efforts to increase the likelihood that actions taken to prevent obesity will be evaluated, that their progress in accelerating the prevention of obesity will be monitored, and that the most promising practices will be widely disseminated.
Author: Catherine Shanahan, M.D.Publish On: 2020-03-24
This chapter will introduce you to the five simple rules that fix your fatburn. Throughout the Fatburn Fix Plan's two phases, you will be following these five simple rules. These rules form the foundation of the plan.
Author: Catherine Shanahan, M.D.
Publisher: Flatiron Books
Category: Health & Fitness
A proven plan to optimize your health by reclaiming your natural ability to burn body fat for fuel The ability to use body fat for energy is essential to health—but over decades of practice, renowned family physician Catherine Shanahan, M.D., observed that many of her patients could not burn their body fat between meals, trapping them in a downward spiral of hunger, fatigue, and weight gain. In The Fatburn Fix, Dr. Shanahan shows us how industrially produced vegetable oils accumulate in our body fat and disrupt our body’s energy-producing systems, driving food addictions that hijack our moods and habits while making it nearly impossible to control our weight. To reclaim our health, we need to detoxify our body fat and help repair our “fatburn” capabilities. Dr. Shanahan shares five important rules to fix your fatburn: 1) Eat natural fats, not vegetable oils. 2) Eat slow-digesting carbs, not starchy carbs or sweets. 3) Seek salt. 4) Drink plenty of water. 5) Supplement with vitamins and minerals. She then provides a revolutionary, step-by-step plan to help reboot your fatburn potential in as little as two weeks. This customizable two-phase plan is widely accessible, easy to follow, and will appeal to the full spectrum of diet ideologies, from plant-based to carnivore to keto and beyond. By making a few changes to what you eat and when, you will lose unwanted weight and restore your body’s ability to store and release energy. With The Fatburn Fix, Dr. Shanahan shows how regaining your fatburn is the key to effortless weight loss and a new, elevated life, paving the way to abundant energy and long-term health and happiness.
Five. Simple. Rules. on. Eating. Out. Learn how and why to eat well while dining out with my five simple tricks. I'm constantly on the go... whether that's chauffeuring my four kids around, teaching yoga, or cycling to get to a meeting.
Author: Julie Montagu
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Category: Health & Fitness
Eating healthy doesn't have to be complicated or confusing. But somewhere along the way, even the most health-conscious of us can become overwhelmed by the endless information and advice available to us, and feel tempted to give up. Eat Real Food takes things back to basics, and guides you to make simple but positive dietary choices that will increase your intake of Julie's 'Flexi Five' – the five healthy food groups that are most important for keeping your brain and body balanced and happy: • Green leafy vegetables • Whole grains • Healthy fats • Natural sweeteners • Superfoods Julie introduces you to the superheroes in each of these different food groups, shares the best ways to prepare them, explains their nutritional benefits, and then provides a variety of imaginative ways to include these foods in your diet every day, whether you're at home or on the go. As well as delicious recipes, Julie shares how you can improve your health and increase your happiness with meditation, affirmations, simple breathing exercises, and gentle yoga poses. You can have boundless energy and glowing health, you just need to give your body the food and attention it craves and deserves. It really is that simple!
Rule 3: Make a remark about the name. ... Rule 4: Use the name during your initial conversation. ... Religiously apply these five simple rules and you will, you absolutely must better your memory for names by 20 per cent.
Author: Harry Lorayne
Publisher: Hachette UK
Completely practical and easy to use, the book advises in 24 chapters on how to recall names and faces; remember appointments; find keys, glasses, valuables; give speeches without notes; learn foreign words and phrases; memorise lists of items, quotations, facts and figures; and regain (or maintain!) the confidence that comes with having a sharp, active mind.
Identify a Few Simple Rules In the summer of 2015, my family spent a few weeks in Hanalei, Kauai. ... I saw a sign messaging a single rule that governs the behavior of hundreds of drivers each day: “Local courtesy is 5–7 cars” (Figure ...
Author: Shane Safir
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
LISTENING . . . THE KEY TO BECOMING A TRANSFORMATIVE SCHOOL LEADER The Listening Leader is a practical guide that will inspire school, district, and teacher leaders to make substantive change and increase equitable student outcomes. Rooted in the values of equity, relationships, and listening, this luminous book helps reimagine what is possible in education today. Drawing from more than twenty years of experience in public schools, Shane Safir incorporates hands-on strategies and powerful stories to show us how to leverage one of the most vital tools of leadership: listening. As a Listening Leader you'll feel more confident in these core competencies: Cultivating relationships with stakeholders Addressing equity challenges in your organization Gathering student, staff, and parent perspectives as rich data on improvement Fostering a thriving culture of collaboration and innovation The Listening Leader offers a much-needed leadership model to transform every facet of school life, and most importantly, to shape our schools into equitable places of learning. As Michael Fullan writes in the Foreword, "Read it, act on it, and reap the benefits for all." "This book is a 'must have' for any leader trying to move the needle on equity. Drawing from her lived experience as a principal and leadership coach, Safir offers stories that give insight and practical strategies that get results. It's one you'll keep coming back to." —Zaretta Hammond, author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain " The Listening Leader immediately changed the way I interact with students, teachers, families and community members." —Tamara Friedman, assistant principal, Berkeley High School "Shane Safir has written a brilliant book. As engaging as it is informative and as revelatory as it is relevant. It is a must-read for school leaders and those who aspire to lead." —Chris Emdin, associate professor of science education, Teachers College, Columbia University; author of For White Folks Who Teach In the Hood and the Rest of Ya'll too