" -Chris Yates, P&D Manager at Fed Ex "If people could adhere to the principles and the path to honesty that Cindy Yates has written in this book, our world would dramatically change from one of chaos and fear, to one of peace, love, and ...
Author: Cindy Yates
Read Yourself into Happiness and Success... just by being honest. Just Be Honest changes how we look at EVERYTHING. Cindy asks, "Do we keep our word to ourselves?" With raw vulnerability, Cindy helps others see how she rose above a very dark time because of her willingness to be honest. --- "It is so sad when I meet someone who is very successful in business and not so in their personal life. As Cindy shares, it always comes down to the subject of personal honesty." -Trent Sterling, Founder and CEO of Sterling Health Advisors "Inside the pages of this book, you will find refreshing ideas that will enhance everything in such a way that will surprise you because of their simplicity." -Amy Cowley, Former VP of MonaVie "Seriously inspired words. Holy Cow, goosebumps. Such a good read." -Chris Yates, P&D Manager at Fed Ex "If people could adhere to the principles and the path to honesty that Cindy Yates has written in this book, our world would dramatically change from one of chaos and fear, to one of peace, love, and the success of humanity." -Mary Young, Co-Founder and CEO of Young Living
What has life become that we'd rather eat a bowl of cat food than just be honest with our friends?' Til didn't say anything. Ollie yawned and drifted off back to his room. 'I'm going to try it,' I said, sitting up and looking at Til.
Author: Jess Vallance
Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre Ltd.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
'Hilarious' Holly Bourne 'Gracie Dart is the screamingly funny YA heroine I've been waiting for' Harriet Reuter Hapgood The second book in a brilliantly funny YA series featuring the trials and embarrassing tribulations of teenager Gracie Dart. Uncovering a family secret, Gracie decides she's had enough of lies and pledges to be completely honest to everybody she meets. For fifty days, nothing but 100% brutal honesty at all times. But total honesty doesn't always go down well when you've got a family dinner to go to, a job interview to get through and a new girlfriend to impress. And when Gracie finally goes too far, she realises she's going to have to think creatively if she's going to put things right.
Just be still and listen. If you lay aside the ego's voice, however loudly it may seem to call, if you do not accept the petty gifts, if you will listen with an open mind, then you will hear the Voice of Truth......quiet in power, ...
Author: Mary Bowers
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Honesty is my moral compass, which is grounded and rooted upon a solid and stable foundation. My sense of integrity, self-worth, and self-confidence is not dependent on the outside world, but it is an internal feeling. This feeling cannot be emulated. You have to build one for yourself. Learn to focus on more than the outer appearance of things, and use a soft focus on the senses you have been divinely blessed with. Believe me, there is always much more to a story than meets the eye and ear. Listen to your breathing and heartbeat, and then you will become aware of the rhythms around you. Mix all of the ingredients with a hungry thirst for knowledge and a curious mind, and it will help you build your moral compass of honesty.
I can't comment on the attractiveness of the doctor as he was a very old man and was just furious that he had to put his finger in my bum. ... I've always wanted to try one, to be honest, but I'm pretty regular as you know, Chris.
Author: Chris Ramsey
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Family & Relationships
Whether you've barely recovered from spending lockdown with your other half or desperately heading back to the clubs to meet 'the one', SH**GED. MARRIED. ANNOYED. is here to see you through . . . THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER FROM THE STARS OF THE CHART-TOPPING PODCAST NOW FEATURING A BONUS CHAPTER 'An absolute triumph' Daisy May Cooper 'These two are bloody hilarious' Zoe Sugg 'A hilarious look at the highs and lows of relationships' Sun __________ SH**GED. Hitting the bars, necking drinks and necking strangers, stumbling home, one-night-stands, nightmare dates, thinking this one's alright, ghosting, tears, more drinking, living off late-night chips. MARRIED. Meeting 'the one', weekends away, moving in, declaring life-long love, stags and hens, the perfect wedding, the honeymoon period, getting through the hard bits together, starting a family. ANNOYED. Can you close the bathroom door if you're doing that? Sleepless nights, arguing about whose turn it is to change the baby's nappy, toys everywhere, only having two drinks, still being hungover, wondering when it all stopped being easy. Whether you're sh**ged, married, annoyed, or all of the above, Chris and Rosie Ramsey write hilariously and with honesty about the ups and downs of dating, relationships, arguing, parenting and everything in between.
One is being honest about recruiting new directors. ... The consultant hada sufficiently robust understandingwith the chairmanto offerhis honest views. ... In order for things to work, just be honest about who fits here.
Author: A. Kakabadse
Category: Business & Economics
This book provides unique and powerful insights into what it takes to succeed as a chairman leading a modern organization. Based on global research, the authors unveil the six disciplines of world-class chairmen. Leading the Board will become the standard work of reference and inspiration for the world's chairmen and would-be chairmen alike.
And just by necessity, in order to be all-sovereign, this means he would also have to be all-knowing, all-powerful, and present everywhere all the time (omnipresent). And not last or least, he would have to be completely selfsufficient ...
Author: Ted Even
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
It is true that mankind himself has probably always been characterized with the main desire to determine just what spiritual truth really is. For centuries and centuries, highly educated philosophers and religious men alike have always stood toe to toe, disagreeing on spiritual truth. Since they cannot all be right, this would strongly indicate that education, religious persuasion, or even intelligence has little to do with our discovery of the real spiritual truth. For if these things were truly critical, then obviously the spiritual/intellectual giants of history would have agreed on spiritual truth long ago. In this work, author Ted Even endeavors to show that the disagreeing intellectuals/skeptics of the past only serve to reinforce Christ's radical statement about our need to just become like little children in order to discover the spiritual truth, and that literally everyone has the same opportunity to enter the kingdom of heaven on that basis. However, while super intelligence or big degrees may not be necessary, the discovery of spiritual truth does require just one very reasonable quality of heart, which little children have always possessed. Find out just what this basic quality of heart is, as you continue your search for spiritual truth within this simple-to-understand work which only leaves the real spiritual truth left standing.
What if you chose to be just like one of those “ordinary” human beings? Whether for your family, ... It's been my great privilege to accompany you on what I hope has been an inspiring journey of learning what it means to be honest.
Author: Ron A. Carucci
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
Under what conditions will people tell the truth, behave fairly and act with purpose at work? And when will they lie, cheat and be selfish? Based on 15 years of research, To Be Honest explains how four factors (Clear Identity, Accountability, Governance and Cross-Functional Relationships) affect honesty, justice and purpose within a company. When these factors are absent or ineffective, the organizational conditions compel employees to choose dishonesty and self-interest. But when done well, the organization is 16 times more likely to have people tell the truth, behave fairly and serve a greater good. To Be Honest shares the stories of leaders who have acted with purpose, honesty and justice even when it was difficult to do so. In-depth interviews with CEOs and senior executives from exemplar companies such as Patagonia, Cabot Creamery, Microsoft and others reveal what it takes to build purpose-driven companies of honesty and justice. Interviews with thought leaders like Jonathan Haidt, Amy Edmondson, Dan Ariely and James Detert offer rich insights on how leaders can become more honest and purposeful. You'll learn how Hubert Joly took Best Buy from a company on the brink of bankruptcy to one that is profitable, thriving and purposeful. Filled with real-life examples, To Be Honest offers actionable steps, practical tools and approaches that any leader or manager can use to create a culture of purpose, honesty and justice.
The obvious implication: just because someone else is doing it, you don't have to also. As you navigate the waters of ... If a choice you make compromises your character, your dreams, your honesty, your purity or You Have a Choice.
Author: Adam Barnett
Publisher: WestBow Press
Category: Family & Relationships
Don’t Let College Catch You off guard! Identity. Independence. Academics. Money. Sex. Alcohol. Relationships. Spirituality. Future. These are some of the issues that are constantly on a college student’s mind. They are all presented in this book. Adam’s humorous approach and honest advice will steer you in the right direction and help you make the most of your college years.
Maybe this book is just an excuse to relapse, to rekindle my tragic romance with truth-telling. Ill-advised as it may be, I'm going to tell you stories that risk making you mad or sad at me. Usually, when you ask someone to be honest, ...
Author: Michael Leviton
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A memoir about an unusual upbringing in a family fanatically devoted to honesty, and what came next If you’re like most people, you probably lied today. It may have been a small one, some insignificant falsehood meant to protect someone’s feelings or guard your true thoughts. Now imagine if your parents had raised you to never lie, if they’d ingrained in you a compulsion to never, under any circumstances, withhold the truth or fail to speak your mind. It might be wonderfully freeing. Everyone else might not appreciate it so much. To Be Honest is Michael Leviton’s extraordinary account of being raised in a family he calls a “little honesty cult.” For young Michael, his parents’ core philosophy felt liberating. He loved “just being honest.” By the time he was twenty-nine years old, Michael had told only three “lies” (by most people’s understanding of the word) in his entire life. But this honesty had consequences—in friendships, on dates, and at job interviews. And when honesty slowly poisoned a great romance, Michael decided there had to be something to lying after all. He set himself the task of learning to be as casually dishonest as the rest of us. To Be Honest is a tender and darkly comic memoir about what it means and how it feels to tell more than the truth.
It's just that we've all heard so much about John, and I've never seen him.” “Well, I'm showing him to you.” “Will I get to meet him when he comes?” “If you want to come to the airport in Hannover. He's not coming here.
Author: Hannah Hess
Publisher: PBS Publications
Fiction. Jewish Studies. Margot Brenner seems to have everything a 25-year-old could want: a medical degree, a pediatric internship at a prestigious New York hospital, an attentive boyfriend. So why does she abandon her boyfriend and internship for a position at a second-rate hospital in a small German city? She knows her father and brother were victims of the holocaust when they became trapped in Germany at the onset of WWII, but she wants...specifics. Her father's old friend, Willie Meinhof, who sheltered them as long as he could, and who suffered for that, should know. In Wolfenbuttel, where Willie and his son, also a doctor, now live, Margot finds surprising resistance from Willie. "Let the past stay buried; let sleeping dogs lie," is his attitude. But Margot persists, until the answers she finds show that things are rarely what they seem, and that an agonizing choice in 1939 has terrible consequences in the present.
Author: Dwayne Alistair ThomasPublish On: 2015-10-30
She knew she was in the business of playing make believe but seriously...couldn't people just be honest and real? Why care if you really don't? So she began to write about her true life experiences.
Author: Dwayne Alistair Thomas
A witty autobiographical work of fiction that takes a look at life through the eyes of a sister and brother as they try to figure it all out like the rest of us. And now...a poem There was this guy at work Who they told me not to get talking but when he finally spoke to me amongst men among men i found he had something pertinent to say funny how the intelligent are told not to speak or be heard
Author: Independent Order of RechabitesPublish On: 1864
Be just . ( All repeat , ' Be just . ' ) Be honest . All repeat , ' Be honest . " ) Be true . ( All repeat , ' ' Be true . The Lord knoweth our down sitting and , our uprising , and understandeth our thoughts afar off .
In my opinion, the people of the World War II generation had common sense, honesty, and personal responsibility that caused that generation to be the ... He considers what is the right thing to do, not just what is popular with people.
Just be honest with me. Why are you fucking this up?” John backed away, now completely regretting he'd even tried. He knew I was bad for him, so he didn't understand why he'd lost all reason and kissed me. Because I'm so attracted to ...
Author: Marit Weisenberg
Publisher: Charlesbridge Publishing
Category: Young Adult Fiction
A modern-day Romeo and Juliet with a supernatural twist that will appeal to fans of Ally Condie (Matched) and Kiera Cass (The Selection). Julia Jaynes has the perfect life. The perfect family. The perfect destiny. The daughter of a billionaire investor in Austin, Texas, it looks like Julia has it all. But there's something rotten beneath the surface‒dangerous secrets her father is keeping; abilities she was never meant to have; and an elite society of highly evolved people who care nothing for the rest of humanity. So when Julia accidentally jeopardizes the delicate anonymity of her people, she's banished to the one place meant to make her feel inferior: public high school. Julia's goal is to lay low and blend in. Then she meets him‒John Ford. He’s popular, quiet, intense, and strangely compelling. Then Julia discovers she can read his mind and her world expands. Their forbidden love is powerful enough to break the conditioning that has kept Julia in the cold grip of her manipulative father. For the first time, Julia develops a sense of self and questions her restrictive upbringing and her family prejudices. She must decide how she will define herself—and whom she will betray. “. . . a mighty twist at the end to look forward to.” –Kirkus Reviews “. . . the perfect combination between sci-fi and YA literature.” – A reviewer at NetGalley “. . . unique, fast-paced, intriguing and interesting.” –A reviewer at NetGalley “I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed the Twilight series and paranormal romance.” –A reviewer at NetGalley “Brilliant plot.” –A reviewer at NetGalley
Author: Josh Michael. WeidmannPublish On: 2012-04-01
Becoming Brutally Honest with a Gracious God Josh Michael. Weidmann ... By being vulnerable with God, I'm going to allow my beliefs, opinions, and doubts to be conformed to what really is, not just what I have accepted to be.” Honesty ...
Author: Josh Michael. Weidmann
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Enjoy these SAMPLE pages from Honest to God- Is hypocrisy eroding your trust in relationships, the church, or even yourself? We long to know there is a God - and, yes, a community - who is big enough to accept us for who we are and loving enough not to leave us that way. Imagine how our relationships and witness would change if Christians everywhere began to live in a more authentic manner. Throughout the Bible, we find heroes of the faith who lived with daring, messy honesty before God and others--their example is worth emulating. Honest to God is a practical and riveting study of biblical honesty. Follow next generation author, Josh Weidmann, as he takes the reader on a journey toward true Christian authenticity. Both biblical and contemporary examples will give you practical principles and tools for self-examination that will lead to the freedom and transformation that come only through honesty.
He states, “I was angry that I couldn't just be me, couldn't just be honest and say, 'No, I'm not a woman or a man, I think what I am is a somewhat masculine androgyne, and can we just turn me into that?' But that wasn't an option.
Author: Maya Socolovsky
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This book examines the ways in which recent U.S. Latina literature challenges popular definitions of nationhood and national identity. It explores a group of feminist texts that are representative of the U.S. Latina literary boom of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s, when an emerging group of writers gained prominence in mainstream and academic circles. Through close readings of select contemporary Mexican American, Puerto Rican, and Cuban American works, Maya Socolovsky argues that these narratives are “remapping” the United States so that it is fully integrated within a larger, hemispheric Americas. Looking at such concerns as nation, place, trauma, and storytelling, writers Denise Chavez, Sandra Cisneros, Esmeralda Santiago, Ana Castillo, Himilce Novas, and Judith Ortiz Cofer challenge popular views of Latino cultural “unbelonging” and make strong cases for the legitimate presence of Latinas/os within the United States. In this way, they also counter much of today’s anti-immigration rhetoric. Imagining the U.S. as part of a broader "Americas," these writings trouble imperialist notions of nationhood, in which political borders and a long history of intervention and colonization beyond those borders have come to shape and determine the dominant culture's writing and the defining of all Latinos as "other" to the nation.
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Yeah, you can just be honest for a change (but not for my sake, for your own). Hold on, You're getting way ahead of me and I'm still not even following you. Look, I know you're lying— Oh no you don't! You merely presume to imagine that ...
Author: U. C. Fate
U. C. Fate has only one little thing to do before he dies. That is, to kill God. The novel opens on the very day Fate has scheduled for this public execution. We are in Sri Lanka, at the Buddhist Temple of the Tooth during Esala Perahera (the sacred procession of the Tooth Relic.) But a not-so-simple twist of fate interrupts U. C. Fates plans. God easily escapes, while Fate himself is killed (and by a pious mob of monks, no less.) Yet, instead of experiencing death, our protoplasmic protagonist is rescued by an unasked-for Resurrection. U. C. Fate instantly Awakens; both with God Consciousness and a far better sense of humor. From here, all the way to the hereafter, U. C. Fate goes on a Magical Mythos Tour. He revisits thousands of years of religious history, each of his steps on this Inter and Intra-Religious journey are taken while wearing satiric slippers. Culture, chronology, and traditional time simply lose their fixed frames as Ancient Greeks, modern Rock n Rollers, Catholic Conquistas of Spain, and present day Mormons, argue with tribal American Indians over whose Truth is True. The Incarnated God Quetzalcatl is also here to fulfill Meso-American prophecy (i.e. The Second Coming only salsa style.) After this cosmic Love connection we come to the long awaited meeting with The Buddha. Buddhas Paradiso bridge is only open for Open-Ended-BeginningsThis means U. C. Fate must return Buddhas Tooth! He does so, thereby restoring every religion to their Rightful Rites.
The penalties are severe because academic honesty is central to the university. You need to be especially alert to these citation issues when you use the Web. Internet research is very efficient, especially when you don't need to read ...
Author: Charles Lipson
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Describes the principles of academic honesty and provides advice on writing academic literature using citations while avoiding plagiarism.