Resilience

Author: Eric Greitens
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 054432398X
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The Navy SEAL, humanitarian and best-selling author of The Heart and the Fist draws on ancient wisdom and personal experience to counsel readers on how to promote personal resilience and overcome obstacles through positive action. 100,000 first printing.

The Unofficial Workbook For Eric Greitens Navy Seal S Resilience

Author: Jan Bananberg
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781508899211
Size: 63.98 MB
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PLEASE NOTE: This unofficial workbook was created by Jan O. Bananberg to be used as a compliment to Eric Greitens Navy SEAL's book: Resilience. Imagine 2 scenarios. In the first one you have just finished reading Resilience. It was a great book and you remember that it mentioned a lot of smart things. But you can't remember much of it now as you close the book. In the second scenario you have just finished the same book. The difference now is that you have a plan for how to implement this new knowledge to improve your life. Most people will find themselves in scenario one. We believe that reading is an investment. You spend time with a book because you hope that it will make you happier, healthier, wealthier or smarter. But simply just reading a great book is not enough. You have to take action! In this workbook Jan O Bananberg will help you make real changes from what you have read by turning that knowledge into lasting habits.

Pi Of Life

Author: Sunil Singh
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475833776
Size: 26.58 MB
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Blending classic wisdom with over 100 pop culture references, Singh whimsically switches the lens in this book from the traditional society teaching math to a new and bold math teaching society. With charming buoyancy and intimacy, he takes us on an emotional and surprising journey through the deepest goldmine of mathematics—our personal happiness.

Walk On The Road To Resilience

Author: Mel Shipman
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0359217958
Size: 60.38 MB
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Walk On: The Road to Resilience" captures how resilience of the human spirit is developed through the micro decisions we make when we face trials of any kind. No matter the level of difficulty, the challenges of life provide us with the opportunity to triumph when we operate from our place of victory. The ability to rise up lies within all of us and is recorded time and time again through the development of our resilience. In this book, Mel Shipman uncovers bravery and courage in its rawest form through different kinds of challenges and setbacks. With featured stories of her father on escaping war, her friend's triumph over sexual and emotional trauma, and her own story of reclaiming her peace, she ends with a call to action for the reader to discover their own resilience. Whether you have survived extreme physical and emotional turmoil or are struggling to make ends meet, this book will help you see how you can take any circumstance to garner the strength and resolve you need to overcome and move forward.

The Resilience Dynamic

Author: Jenny Campbell
Publisher: Practical Inspiration Publishing
ISBN: 1788601076
Size: 78.41 MB
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As a leader, do you feel you face a straight choice between high performance versus wellbeing? Strategic resilience allows you to achieve both, without compromise. At The Resilience Engine, we believe that everyone deserves to perform well without compromising their wellbeing. We know our approach works because it’s backed up by ten years of research and experience with thousands of clients in over 75 organisations. The Resilience Dynamic® illustrates, with practical tools, how to develop resilience as a buffer to stress and how it can transform how you lead change and increase performance in a complex and uncertain world.

The Warrior S Heart

Author: Eric Greitens
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780606353335
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Shares the author's adventures as a young man that led him to a life of service as both a humanitarian and a Navy SEAL.

Carry You Home

Author: Eric Greitens
Publisher: Harper
ISBN: 9780061964299
Size: 29.95 MB
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Hard Won Wisdom

Author: Fawn Germer
Publisher: Perigee Trade
ISBN: 9780399528484
Size: 15.21 MB
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More than fifty remarkable women share their personal insights into what it takes to achieve success and live a more fulfilling life, offering advice and guidance from Jane Goodall, Cokie Roberts, Rita Moreno, General Claudia Kennedy, Pat Schroeder, Susan Butcher, and others who represent a broad spectrum of personal and professional endeavors. Reprint.

A Theological Approach To The Old Testament

Author: Leslie C. Allen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630874639
Size: 18.72 MB
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The Old Testament has two great themes: creation and covenant. They embrace subthemes: wisdom in the case of creation; Israel's religion and the Davidic covenant under the general umbrella of covenant; and internationalism, which mostly develops the theme of covenant and partly the theme of creation. These topics cluster around a common center: Yahweh, the God of the Old Testament. This God is portrayed in different roles, which have attached to them role expectations for both Yahweh and those with whom he assumes relationship. Through contextual exegesis of key texts, we come to understand these roles and associated themes. While the Old Testament has its own distinctive contributions to make to divine revelation, much of its material is reused in the New Testament to explain and validate the New Testament message. By concentrating on the Old Testament, we learn to appreciate the enormous debt the New Testament owes to the Old in clarifying New Testament theological and moral perspectives.

The Sweet Spot

Author: Christine Carter, Ph.D.
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0553392050
Size: 48.70 MB
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Learn how to achieve more by doing less! Live in that zone you’ve glimpsed but can’t seem to hold on to—the sweet spot where you have the greatest strength, but also the greatest ease. Not long ago, Christine Carter, a happiness expert at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center and a speaker, writer, and mother, found herself exasperated by the busyness of modern life: too many conflicting obligations and not enough time, energy, or patience to get everything done. She tried all the standard techniques—prioritizing, multitasking, delegating, even napping—but none really worked. Determined to create a less stressful life for herself—without giving up her hard-won career success or happiness at home—she road-tested every research-based tactic that promised to bring more ease into her life. Drawing on her vast knowledge of the latest research related to happiness, productivity, and elite performance, she followed every strategy that promised to give her more energy—or that could make her more efficient, creative, or intelligent. Her trials and errors are our reward. In The Sweet Spot, Carter shares the combination of practices that transformed her life from overwhelmed and exhausting to joyful, relaxed, and productive. From instituting daily micro-habits that save time to bigger picture shifts that convert stress into productive and creative energy, The Sweet Spot shows us how to • say “no” strategically and when to say “yes” with abandon • make decisions about routine things once to free our minds to focus on higher priorities • stop multitasking and gain efficiency • “take recess” in sync with the brain’s need for rest • use technology in ways that bolster, instead of sap, energy • increase your ratio of positive to negative emotions Complete with practical “easiest thing” tips for instant relief as well as stories from Carter’s own experience of putting The Sweet Spot into action, this timely and inspiring book will inoculate you against “The Overwhelm,” letting you in on the possibilities for joy and freedom that come when you stop trying to do everything right—and start doing the right things. ONE OF GREATER GOOD’S FAVORITE BOOKS OF THE YEAR “[For fans] of a certain kind of self-improvement book—the kind, like The Happiness Project or 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think or Getting Things Done, that offers up strategies for making certain areas of life work better without requiring that you embrace a new belief system.”—KJ Dell’Antonia, The New York Times (Motherlode blog) “A breath of fresh air . . . Based on personal experiments with living life in what she calls the ‘pressure cooker,’ Dr. Carter offers advice in easily digestible nuggets.”—Working Mother “Carter gives actionable ways to balance your life, your health, and your career. This book is packed with smart advice and hard-earned wisdom.”—Inc. “Learn more about escaping the ‘busyness trap’ and uncovering a happier, less stressed you.”—Shape “A highly readable, diligently researched advice book that offers concrete tips on how to get off the treadmill of busyness.”—Greater Good “Chock-full of concrete tips on how to sharpen your focus, improve your efficiency, and use technology to your advantage.”—The Week “Illuminates the simple and sustainable path toward a precious and happy balance.”—Deepak Chopra From the Hardcover edition.